RSPANRemote Span (Switched Port Analyzer)
RSPANRemote Span
RSPANRemote Switched Port Analyzer (Cisco)
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The number of correctly recalled words in the RSpan, regardless of their order, and the number of correctly recalled positions and words in the Matrices task were used as scores in the present study.
Two combined working memory scores were used: (a) verbal working memory, assessing verbal aspects of working memory and regrouping scores obtained in the two conditions of RSpan and in the verbal part of Matrices (i.e., number of words correctly recalled at span level +1 and span level +2 in the verbal-spatial condition); (b) spatial working memory, regrouping the four conditions of the spatial aspect of Matrices (i.e., number of correctly recalled positions at span level and span level +1 in the visuo-spatial condition and at span level +1 and span level +2 in the verbal-spatial condition).
Note, however, that raw results (i.e., before regression and residualization) did present significant age differences in all tasks, as usual in cognitive aging studies: young adults were faster and less variable in RT tasks and had better performances in the spatial working memory task; they were, however, not significantly better in the RSpan task.
The behavioral performance was studied by means of a choice reaction time task administered in the scanner (CrossSquare task), on the one hand, and by a battery of several cognitive tasks, varying in complexity, administered in our laboratory: reaction time (CrossSquare), more complex processing speed (LetterComp), inhibition (interference score in the Stroop task), verbal working memory (a score combining RSpan and Matrices), and spatial working memory (memory for positions in the simple and double Matrices task, on the other hand).