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(p. 159) Problem-solving and judgment 

(p. 159) Problem-solving and judgment
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(p. 159) Problem-solving and judgment
Author(s):

Sarah E. MacPherson

, Sergio Della Sala

, Simon R. Cox

, Alessandra Girardi

, and Matthew H. Iveson

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199669523.003.0006
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date: 15 July 2020

The findings from studies involving neuropsychological patients and neuroimaging of healthy individuals are discussed as evidence of frontal localization of problem-solving and judgment processes. The performance of younger and older adults on these tests involving problem-solving and judgment is also reviewed.

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