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    1. Stine-Morrow, EAL; Miller, LMS; Leno, R
      Patterns of on-line resource allocation to narrative text by younger and older readers

      AGING NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND COGNITION
    2. Rhee, J; Antiquena, P; Grossman, M
      Verb comprehension in frontotemporal degeneration: The role of grammatical, semantic and executive components

      NEUROCASE
    3. Finkel, D; Pedersen, NL; Larsson, M
      Olfactory functioning and cognitive abilities: A twin study

      JOURNALS OF GERONTOLOGY SERIES B-PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
    4. Huettel, SA; Singerman, JD; McCarthy, G
      The effects of aging upon the hemodynamic response measured by functional MRI

      NEUROIMAGE
    5. Lustig, C; Hasher, L; Tonev, ST
      Inhibitory control over the present and the past

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    6. Schweizer, K; Koch, W
      Capacity limitation and intellectual ability

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR EXPERIMENTELLE PSYCHOLOGIE
    7. Stine-Morrow, EAL; Milinder, L; Pullara, O; Herman, B
      Patterns of resource allocation are reliable among younger and older readers

      PSYCHOLOGY AND AGING
    8. Daily, LZ; Lovett, MC; Reder, LM
      Modeling individual differences in working memory performance: a source activation account

      COGNITIVE SCIENCE
    9. Brebion, G
      Language processing, slowing, and speed/accuracy trade-off in the elderly

      EXPERIMENTAL AGING RESEARCH
    10. Oberauer, K
      Removing irrelevant information from working memory: A cognitive aging study with the modified Sternberg task

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    11. Davis, HP; Trussell, LH; Klebe, KJ
      A ten-year longitudinal examination of repetition priming, incidental recall, free recall, and recognition in young and elderly

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    12. Singh, S; Bucks, RS; Cuerden, JM
      Evaluation of an objective technique for analysing temporal variables in DAT spontaneous speech

      APHASIOLOGY
    13. Caldwell, JI; Masson, MEJ
      Conscious and unconscious influences of memory for object location

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    14. Curran, T; Hills, A; Patterson, MB; Strauss, ME
      Effects of aging on visuospatial attention: an ERP study

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    15. MacKay, DG; James, LE
      Is cognitive aging all downhill? Current theory versus reality - Essay review of The Handbook of Aging and Cognition (2nd edition) by Fergus I.M. Craik and Timothy A. Salthouse (Eds.)

      HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
    16. Cepeda, NJ; Kramer, AF; de Sather, JCMG
      Changes in executive control across the life span: Examination of task-switching performance

      DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    17. Baddeley, AD; Baddeley, HA; Bucks, RS; Wilcock, GK
      Attentional control in Alzheimer's disease

      BRAIN
    18. Park, DC; Glass, JM; Minear, M; Crofford, LJ
      Cognitive function in fibromyalgia patients

      ARTHRITIS AND RHEUMATISM
    19. Moulin, CJA; Perfect, TJ; Jones, RW
      Global predictions of memory in Alzheimer's disease: Evidence for preserved metamemory monitoring

      AGING NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND COGNITION
    20. Greenwood, PM
      The frontal aging hypothesis evaluated

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    21. O'Connor, MG; Sieggreen, MA; Bachna, K; Kaplan, B; Cermak, LS; Ransil, BJ
      Long-term retention of transient news events

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    22. Groth, KE; Allen, PA
      Visual attention and aging

      FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE
    23. Fitzgerald, JM
      Younger and older jurors: The influence of environmental supports on memory performance and decision making in complex trials

      JOURNALS OF GERONTOLOGY SERIES B-PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
    24. Kahana, MJ; Wingfield, A
      A functional relation between learning and organization in free recall

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    25. Rankin, JL
      Age/cohort differences in judgments about criminal transgressions

      JOURNAL OF ADULT DEVELOPMENT
    26. Langley, LK; Madden, DJ
      Functional neuroimaging of memory: Implications for cognitive aging

      MICROSCOPY RESEARCH AND TECHNIQUE
    27. Masunaga, H; Horn, J
      Characterizing mature human intelligence - Expertise development

      LEARNING AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
    28. McArdle, JJ; Hamagami, F; Meredith, W; Bradway, KP
      Modeling the dynamic hypotheses of Gf-Gc theory using longitudinal life-span data

      LEARNING AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
    29. Hawthorn, D
      Possible implications of aging for interface designers

      INTERACTING WITH COMPUTERS
    30. Whitfield, KE; Fillenbaum, GG; Pieper, C; Albert, MS; Berkman, LF; Blazer, DG; Rowe, JW; Seeman, T
      The effect of race and health-related factors on naming and memory - The MacArthur Studies of Successful Aging

      JOURNAL OF AGING AND HEALTH
    31. Mitchell, KJ; Johnson, MK; Raye, CL; Mather, M; D'Esposito, M
      Aging and reflective processes of working memory: Binding and test load deficits

      PSYCHOLOGY AND AGING
    32. Jenkins, L; Hoyer, WJ
      Instance-based automaticity and aging: Acquisition, reacquisition, and long-term retention

      PSYCHOLOGY AND AGING
    33. Murphy, DR; Craik, FIM; Li, KZH; Schneider, BA
      Comparing the effects of aging and background noise on short-term memory performance

      PSYCHOLOGY AND AGING
    34. Schneider, BA; Daneman, M; Murphy, DR; See, SK
      Listening to discourse in distracting settings: The effects of aging

      PSYCHOLOGY AND AGING
    35. Kennet, J; McGuire, L; Willis, SL; Schaie, KW
      Memorability functions in verbal memory: A longitudinal approach

      EXPERIMENTAL AGING RESEARCH
    36. Van Gerven, PWM; Paas, FGWC; Van Merrienboer, JJG; Schmidt, HG
      Cognitive load theory and the acquisition of complex cognitive skills in the elderly: Towards an integrative framework

      EDUCATIONAL GERONTOLOGY
    37. Salthouse, TA
      Aging and measures of processing speed

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    38. Friedman, D
      Event-related brain potential investigations of memory and aging

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    39. Meier, B; Perrig, WJ
      Low reliability of perceptual priming: Consequences for the interpretationof functional dissociations between explicit and implicit memory

      QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SECTION A-HUMAN EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    40. Yasuda, K; Nakamura, T; Beckman, B
      Comprehension and storage of four serially presented radio news stories bymild aphasic subjects

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    41. Grossman, M; Kalmanson, J; Bernhardt, N; Morris, J; Stern, MB; Hurtig, HI
      Cognitive resource limitations during sentence comprehension in Parkinson's disease

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    42. Light, LL; Prull, MW; Kennison, RF
      Divided attention, aging, and priming in exemplar generation and category verification

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    43. Nebes, RD; Butters, MA; Mulsant, BH; Pollock, BG; Zmuda, MD; Houck, PR; Reynolds, CF
      Decreased working memory and processing speed mediate cognitive impairmentin geriatric depression

      PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE
    44. Sherwin, BB
      Mild cognitive impairment: Potential pharmacological treatment options

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN GERIATRICS SOCIETY
    45. Madden, DJ; Welsh-Bohmer, KA; Tupler, LA
      Task complexity and signal detection analyses of lexical decision performance in Alzheimer's disease

      DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    46. Rubin, DC
      Frontal-striatal circuits in cognitive aging: Evidence for caudate involvement

      AGING NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND COGNITION
    47. Glass, JM; Park, DC; Zucker, RA
      Alcoholism, aging, and cognition: A review of evidence for shared or independent impairments

      AGING NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND COGNITION
    48. Li, KZH
      Selection from working memory: On the relationship between processing and storage components

      AGING NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND COGNITION
    49. Bruyer, R; Granato, P
      Categorical effects in the perception of facial expressions; MARIE - A simple and discriminating clinical tool

      EUROPEAN REVIEW OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE EUROPEENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE APPLIQUEE
    50. Park, DC; Nisbett, R; Hedden, T
      Aging, culture, and cognition

      JOURNALS OF GERONTOLOGY SERIES B-PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
    51. Jenkins, L; Myerson, J; Hale, S; Fry, AF
      Individual and developmental differences in working memory across the lifespan

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    52. Greller, MM; Simpson, P
      In search of late career: A review of contemporary social science researchapplicable to the understanding of late career

      HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW
    53. Roberts, RD; Stankov, L
      Individual differences in speed of mental processing and human cognitive abilities: Toward a taxonomic model

      LEARNING AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
    54. Madden, DJ; Gottlob, LR; Denny, LL; Turkington, TG; Provenzale, JM; Hawk, TC; Coleman, RE
      Aging and recognition memory: Changes in regional cerebral blood flow associated with components of reaction time distributions

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    55. Parkin, AJ; Java, RI
      Deterioration of frontal lobe function in normal aging: Influences of fluid intelligence versus perceptual speed

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    56. Hultsch, DF; Hertzog, C; Small, BJ; Dixon, RA
      Use it or lose it: Engaged lifestyle as a buffer of cognitive decline in aging?

      PSYCHOLOGY AND AGING
    57. Kramer, AF; Hahn, S; Irwin, DE; Theeuwes, J
      Attentional capture and aging: Implications for visual search performance and oculomotor control

      PSYCHOLOGY AND AGING
    58. Shifren, K; Park, DC; Bennett, JM; Morrell, RW
      Do cognitive processes predict mental health in individuals with rheumatoid arthritis?

      JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE
    59. West, R
      Visual distraction, working memory, and aging

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    60. Baltes, PB; Staudinger, UM; Lindenberger, U
      Lifespan psychology: Theory and application to intellectual functioning

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PSYCHOLOGY
    61. Faust, ME; Balota, DA; Spieler, DH; Ferraro, FR
      Individual differences in information-processing rate and amount: Implications for group differences in response latency

      PSYCHOLOGICAL BULLETIN
    62. Park, NW; Moscovitch, M; Robertson, IH
      Divided attention impairments after traumatic brain injury

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    63. Chuah, YML; Maybery, MT
      Verbal and spatial short-term memory: Common sources of developmental change?

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    64. Aleman, A; Verhaar, HJJ; De Haan, EHF; De Vries, WR; Samson, MM; Drent, ML; Van der Veen, EA; Koppeschaar, HPF
      Insulin-like growth factor-I and cognitive function in healthy older men

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL ENDOCRINOLOGY AND METABOLISM
    65. Perlow, R; Moore, DD; Kyle, R; Killen, T
      Convergent evidence among content-specific versions of working memory tests

      EDUCATIONAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL MEASUREMENT
    66. Etnier, J; Johnston, R; Dagenbach, D; Pollard, RJ; Rejeski, WJ; Berry, M
      The relationships among pulmonary function, aerobic fitness, and cognitivefunctioning in older COPD patients

      CHEST
    67. Swanson, HL
      What develops in working memory? A life span perspective

      DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    68. Guerrier, JH; Manivannan, P; Nair, SN
      The role of working memory, field dependence, visual search, and reaction time in the left turn performance of older female drivers

      APPLIED ERGONOMICS
    69. Park, DC; Hertzog, C; Leventhal, H; Morrell, RW; Leventhal, E; Birchmore, D; Martin, M; Bennett, J
      Medication adherence in rheumatoid arthritis patients: Older is wiser

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN GERIATRICS SOCIETY
    70. Chasseigne, G; Grau, S; Mullet, E; Cama, V
      How well do elderly people cope with uncertainty in a learning task?

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    71. Dempster, FN; Corkill, AJ
      Individual differences in susceptibility to interference and general cognitive ability

      ACTA PSYCHOLOGICA
    72. HERTZOG C; MCGUIRE CL; LINEWEAVER TT
      AGING, ATTRIBUTIONS, PERCEIVED CONTROL, AND STRATEGY USE IN A FREE-RECALL TASK

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section B, Aging, neuropsychology and cognition
    73. JUHEL J; AUFFRAY C
      COGNITIVE INHIBITION IN ELDERLY - SEARCHI NG FOR CONCEPTUAL VALIDATION

      European review of applied psychology
    74. MILLER LMS; STINEMORROW EAL
      AGING AND THE EFFECTS OF KNOWLEDGE ON ONLINE READING STRATEGIES

      The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences
    75. HESS TM; FOLLETT KJ; MCGEE KA
      AGING AND IMPRESSION-FORMATION - THE IMPACT OF PROCESSING SKILLS AND GOALS

      The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences
    76. GORMAN MF; FISHER DL
      VISUAL-SEARCH TASKS - SLOWING OF STRATEGIC AND NONSTRATEGIC PROCESSESIN THE NONLEXICAL DOMAIN

      The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences
    77. ZIMPRICH D
      SPEED OF INFORMATION-PROCESSING AND FLUID INTELLIGENCE IN THE ELDERLY

      Zeitschrift fur Gerontologie
    78. RAZ N; GUNNINGDIXON FM; HEAD D; DUPUIS JH; ACKER JD
      NEUROANATOMICAL CORRELATES OF COGNITIVE AGING - EVIDENCE FROM STRUCTURAL MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING

      Neuropsychology
    79. BYRNE MD
      TAKING A COMPUTATIONAL APPROACH TO AGING - THE SPAN THEORY OF WORKING-MEMORY

      Psychology and aging
    80. FLEISCHMAN DA; GABRIELI JDE
      REPETITION PRIMING IN NORMAL AGING AND ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE - A REVIEW OF FINDINGS AND THEORIES

      Psychology and aging
    81. VERHAEGHEN P; DEMEERSMAN L
      AGING AND THE STROOP EFFECT - A METAANALYSIS

      Psychology and aging
    82. SLIWINSKI MJ; HALL CB
      CONSTRAINTS ON GENERAL SLOWING - A METAANALYSIS USING HIERARCHICAL LINEAR-MODELS WITH RANDOM-COEFFICIENTS

      Psychology and aging
    83. LINCOURT AE; RYBASH JM; HOYER WJ
      AGING, WORKING-MEMORY, AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF INSTANCE-BASED RETRIEVAL

      Brain and cognition
    84. BERG CA; MEEGAN SP; DEVINEY FP
      A SOCIAL-CONTEXTUAL MODEL OF COPING WITH EVERYDAY PROBLEMS ACROSS THELIFE-SPAN

      International journal of behavioral development
    85. SASSI MS; GREENE JO
      THE IMPACT OF INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES ON MESSAGE-PRODUCTION SKILL ACQUISITION

      Communication research
    86. BELLEVILLE S; ROULEAU N; CAZA N
      EFFECT OF NORMAL AGING ON THE MANIPULATION OF INFORMATION IN WORKING-MEMORY

      Memory & cognition
    87. LAURENT B; THOMASANTERION C; ALLEGRI RF
      MEMORIES AND DEMENTIAS

      Revue neurologique
    88. SYSSAU A
      MEMORY AND AGING - GLOBAL AND ANALYTIC APPROACHES

      Annee Psychologique
    89. LINCOURT AE; FOLK CL; HOYER WJ
      EFFECTS OF AGING ON VOLUNTARY AND INVOLUNTARY SHIFTS OF ATTENTION

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section B, Aging, neuropsychology and cognition
    90. SMALL JA; ANDERSEN ES; KEMPLER D
      EFFECTS OF WORKING-MEMORY CAPACITY ON UNDERSTANDING RATE-ALTERED SPEECH

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section B, Aging, neuropsychology and cognition
    91. NILSSON LG; BACKMAN L; ERNGRUND K; NYBERG L; ADOLFSSON R; BUCHT G; KARLSSON S; WIDING M; WINBLAD B
      THE BETULA PROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY - MEMORY, HEALTH AND AGING

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section B, Aging, neuropsychology and cognition
    92. SCHUGENS MM; DAUM I; SPINDLER M; BIRBAUMER N
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF AGING ON EXPLICIT AND IMPLICIT MEMORY

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section B, Aging, neuropsychology and cognition
    93. BREBION G; SMITH MJ; EHRLICH MF
      WORKING-MEMORY AND AGING - DEFICIT OR STRATEGY DIFFERENCES

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section B, Aging, neuropsychology and cognition
    94. BRODEUR DA; ENNS JT
      COVERT VISUAL ORIENTING ACROSS THE LIFE-SPAN

      Canadian journal of experimental psychology
    95. BURKE DM
      LANGUAGE, AGING, AND INHIBITORY DEFICITS - EVALUATION OF A THEORY

      The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences
    96. SLIWINSKI M; BUSCHKE H
      PROCESSING SPEED AND MEMORY IN AGING AND DEMENTIA

      The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences
    97. PERLOW R; JATTUSO M; MOORE DDW
      ROLE OF VERBAL WORKING-MEMORY IN COMPLEX SKILL ACQUISITION

      Human performance
    98. VERHAEGHEN P; KLIEGL R; MAYR U
      SEQUENTIAL AND COORDINATIVE COMPLEXITY IN TIME-ACCURACY FUNCTIONS FORMENTAL ARITHMETIC

      Psychology and aging
    99. ANSTEY KJ; LORD SR; WILLIAMS P
      STRENGTH IN THE LOWER-LIMBS, VISUAL CONTRAST SENSITIVITY, AND SIMPLE REACTION-TIME PREDICT COGNITION IN OLDER WOMEN

      Psychology and aging
    100. FASTENAU PS; DENBURG NL; DOMITROVIC LA
      INTENTIONAL AND INCIDENTAL MEMORY - ORDER EFFECTS IN CLINICAL-TESTING

      Professional psychology, research and practice


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