Psychology and Aging 1998 - Abstracts

Psychology and Aging 1998
Activities and well-being in older age: effects of self-concept and educational attainment.SeniorsHerzog, A. Regula, Franks, Melissa M., Markus, Hazel R., Holmberg, Diane
Adult age differences in the temporal characteristics of category free recall.SeniorsWingfield, Arthur, Kahana, Michael J., Lindfield, Kimberly C.
Age, attention, expertise, and time-sharing performance.SeniorsTsang, Pamela S., Shaner, Tonya L.
Age differences in context integration in memory.SeniorsSmith, Anderson D., Park, Denise C., Earles, Julie L.K., Shaw, Raymond J., Whiting, Wythe L., IV
Age-linked declines in retrieving orthographic knowledge: empirical, practical, and theoretical implications.SeniorsMacKay, Donald G., Abrams, Lisa
Age-related priming effects in social judgments.SeniorsHess, Thomas M., Bolstad, Cheryl A., McGee, Karen A., Woodburn, Stephen M.
Aging and deficits in associative memory: what is the role of strategy production?SeniorsDunlosky, John, Hertzog, Christopher
Aging and movement: variability of force pulses for saccadic eye movements.SeniorsAbrams, Richard A., Chasteen, Alison L., Pratt, Jay
Aging and the negative priming effect: a meta-analysis.SeniorsVerhaeghen, Paul, De Meersman, Lieve
Aging and the Stroop effect: a meta-analysis.SeniorsVerhaeghen, Paul, Meersman, Lieve De
A molar entropy model of age differences in spatial memory.SeniorsAllen, Philip A., Smith, Albert F., Kaufman, Miron, Propper, Ruth E.
Constraints on general slowing: a meta-analysis using hierarchical linear models with random coefficients.SeniorsHall, Charles B., Sliwinski, Martin J.
Distractibility, circadian arousal, and aging: a boundary condition?SeniorsLi, Karen Z.H., Hasher, Lynn, Rahhal, Tamara A., May, Cynthia P., Jonas, Deborah
Effects of increased response dominance and contextual disintegration on the Stroop interference effect in older adults.SeniorsWest, Robert, Baylis, Gordon C.
Effects of stimulus integrality on visual attention in older and younger adults: a quantitative model-based analysis.SeniorsFiloteo, J. Vincent, Maddox, W. Todd, Huntington, Jason R.
Emotional support and well-being of midlife women: role-specific mastery as a mediational mechanism.SeniorsMartire, Lynn M., Parris Stephens, Mary Ann, Townsend, Aloen L.
Fast noisy speech: age differences in processing rapid speech with background noise.SeniorsTun, Patricia A.
Financial strain, received support, anticipated support, and depressive symptoms in the People's Republic of China.SeniorsKrause, Neal, Liang, Jersey, Gu, Shengzu
Five-year retention of the classically conditioned eyeblink response in young adult, middle-aged, and older humans.SeniorsSolomon, Paul R., Brett, Marisa, Flynn, Deidre, Mirak, Jennifer, Coslov, Nina, Groccia, MaryEllen
Gait adjustments in older adults: activity and efficacy influences.SeniorsMcAuley, Edward, Mihalko, Shannon L., Rosengren, Karl S.
Human aging and duration judgments: a meta-analytic review.SeniorsZakay, Dan, Block, Richard A., Hancock, Peter A.
Identification of speeded and slowed familiar melodies by younger, middle-aged, and older musicians and nonmusicians.SeniorsBartlett, James C., Halpern, Andrea R., Dowling, W. Jay, Andrews, Melinda W.
Individual differences in 16-year memory changes.SeniorsZelinski, Elizabeth M., Stewart, Susan T.
Individual differences in trajectory of intellectual development over 45 years of adulthood.SeniorsArbuckle, Tannis Y., Pushkar, Dolores, Maag, Urs, Chaikelson, June S.
Influences of cognitive support on episodic remembering: tracing the process of loss from normal aging to Alzheimer's disease.SeniorsBackman, Lars, Small, Brent J.
Longitudinal invariance of adult psychometric ability factor structures across 7 years.SeniorsSchaie, K. Warner, Willis, Sherry L., Maitland, Scott B., Intrieri, Robert C.
Mood induction with older adults: a tool for investigating effects of depressed mood.SeniorsZelinski, Elizabeth M., Knight, Bob G., Fox, Lauren S.
Motivation to volunteer by older adults: a test of competing measurement models.SeniorsHerzog, A. Regula, Okun, Morris A., Barr, Alicia
Narrative comprehension and aging: the fate of completed goal information.SeniorsRadvansky, Gabriel A., Curiel, Jacqueline M.
Objective sleep measures and subjective sleep satisfaction: how do older adults with insomnia define a good night's sleep?SeniorsLichstein, Kenneth L., Riedel, Brant W.
Post-event review in older and younger adults: improving memory accessibility of complex everyday events.SeniorsJohnson, Marcia K., Koutstaal, Wilma, Schacter, Daniel L., Gross, Mara S., Angell, Kathryn E.
Practical intelligence at work: relationship between aging and cognitive efficiency among managers in a bank environment.SeniorsColonia-Willner, Regina
Predictors of eyeblink classical conditioning over the adult age span.SeniorsWoodruff-Pak, Diana S., Jaeger, Marianne E.
Production and perception of "verbosity" in younger and older adults.SeniorsJames, Lori E., Burke, Deborah M., Austin, Ayda, Hulme, Erika
Psychological adjustment variables as predictors of mortality among nursing home residents.SeniorsVallerand, Robert J., O'Connor, Brian P.
Quality of the caregiver-care recipient relationship: does it offset negative consequences of caregiving for family caregivers?SeniorsAssmann, Susan F., Tennstedt, Sharon L., Lawrence, Renee H.
Relation of task switching to speed, age, and fluid intelligence.SeniorsSalthouse, Timothy A., Fristoe, Nathanael, McGuthry, Kathryn E., Hambrick, David Z.
Repetition priming in normal aging and Alzheimer's disease: a review of findings and theories.SeniorsGabrieli, John D.E., Fleischman, Debra A.
Response latencies for false memories: gist-based processes in normal aging.SeniorsWingfield, Arthur, Tun, Patricia A., Rosen, Merri J., Blanchard, Lisa
Satisfaction with social networks: an examination of socioemotional selectivity theory across cohorts.SeniorsLansford, Jennifer E., Antonucci, Toni C., Sherman, Aurora M.
Selection, optimization, and compensation as strategies of life management: correlations with subjective indicators of successful aging.SeniorsBaltes, Paul B., Freund, Alexandra M.
Shared age-related influences on cognitive and noncognitive variables.SeniorsSalthouse, Timothy A., Hambrick, David Z., McGuthry, Katheryn E.
Sociodemographic variations in the sense of control by domain: findings from the MacArthur studies of midlife.SeniorsLachman, Margie E., Weaver, Suzanne L.
Spoken word recognition in individuals with dementia of the Alzheimer's type: changes in talker normalization and lexical discrimination.SeniorsSommers, Mitchell S.
Stressors in highly valued roles, religious coping, and mortality.SeniorsKrause, Neal
Taking a computational approach to aging: the SPAN theory of working memory. (speed, parallelism, activation and noise)SeniorsByrne, Michael D.
Temporal memory for remote events in healthy aging and dementia.SeniorsStorandt, Martha, Kaskie, Brian, Von Dras, Dean D.
The attentional demands of encoding and retrieval in younger and older adults: 1. evidence from divided attention costs.SeniorsCraik, Fergus I.M., Naveh-Benjamin, Moshe, Anderson, Nicole D.
The effect of age, retinal eccentricity, and speed on the detection of optic flow components.SeniorsAtchley, Paul, Andersen, George J.
The influence of perceptual load on age differences in selective attention.SeniorsMaylor, Elizabeth A., Lavie, Nilli
The psychological refractory period: evidence for age differences in attentional time-sharing.SeniorsAllen, Philip A., Smith, Albert F., Vires-Collins, Heli, Sperry, Susan
The role of gender in very old age: profiles of functioning and everyday life patterns.SeniorsSmith, Jacqui, Baltes, Margret M.
The role of problem definitions in understanding age and context effects on strategies for solving everyday problems.SeniorsWeir, Charlene, Berg, Cynthia A., Strough, JoNell, Calderone, Katerina S., Sansone, Carol
Three-year changes in cognitive performance as a function of apolipoprotein E genotype: evidence from very old adults without dementia.SeniorsBackman, Lars, Small, Brent J., Basun, Hans
Time course of allocation of visual attention after equating for sensory differences: an age-related perspective.SeniorsMadden, David J., Gottlob, Lawrence R.
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