Psychology and Aging 1999 - Abstracts

Psychology and Aging 1999
Adult age differences in short-term memory for serial order: data and a model.SeniorsBrown, Gordon D.A., Vousden, Janet I., Maylor, Elizabeth A.
Adult age differences in visual search accuracy: attentional guidance and target detectability.SeniorsAllen, Philip A., Madden, David J., Gottlob, Lawrence R.
Affective bonds of adult children with living versus deceased parents.SeniorsShmotkin, Dov
Age and individual differences influence prospective memory.SeniorsLeCompte, Denny C., Cherry, Katie E.
Age differences in implicit memory: Fragmented object identification and category exemplar generation.SeniorsZonderman, Alan B., Weingartner, Herbert, Maki, Pauline M.
Age differences in response to conformity pressure for emotional and nonemotional material.SeniorsPasupathi, Monisha
Age differences in saccadic averaging.SeniorsPratt, Jay, Hamaluk, Eleanor, Scialfa, Charles T., Skaloud, Petra
Age-related changes in processing auditory stimuli during visual attention: Evidence for deficits in inhibitory control and sensory memory.SeniorsAlain, Claude, Woods, David L.
Age-related changes in the associations of social network ties with mortality risk.SeniorsSchwartz, Joseph E., Tucker, Joan S.
Age-related decline in prospective memory: The roles of cue accessibility and cue sensitivity.SeniorsCraik, Fergus I.M., West, Robert
Age-related deficits in generation and manipulation of mental images: II. The role of dorsolateral prefrontal cortex.SeniorsRaz, Naftali, Briggs, Susan D., Marks, William, Acker, James D.
Age-related deficits in generation and manipulation of mental images: I. The role of sensorimotor speed and working memory.SeniorsRaz, Naftali, Briggs, Susan D., Marks, William
Age-related reduction in 3-D visual motion priming.SeniorsParasuraman, Raja, Jiang, Yang, Greenwood, P.M.
Aging on the input versus output side: Theoretical implications of age-linked asymmetries between detecting versus retrieving orthographic information.SeniorsMacKay, Donald G., Abrams, Lise, Pedroza, Manissa J.
An analysis of diversity in the cognitive performance of elderly community dwellers: Individual differences in change scores as a function of age.SeniorsChristensen, Helen, Rodgers, Bryan, Mackinnon, A.J., Korten, A.E., Jorm, A.F., Henderson A.S., Jacomb, P.
Attentional capture and aging: Implications for visual search performance and oculomotor control.SeniorsKramer, Arthur F., Irwin, David E., Theeuwes, Jan, Hahn, Sowon
Autobiographical remembering and hypermnesia: a comparison of older and younger adults.SeniorsBluck, Susan, Levine, Linda J., Laulhere, Tracy M.
Change in depressive symptoms among daughter caregivers: An 18-month longitudinal study.SeniorsWailing Li, Lydia, Mailick Seltzer, Marsha, Greenberg, Jan Steven
Contribution of cognitive abilities to performance and improvement on a substitution coding task.SeniorsPiccinin, Andrea M., Rabbitt, Patrick M.A.
Cross-sectional and longitudinal relationships among age, cognition, and processing speed.SeniorsSliwinski, Martin, Buschke, Herman
Differences in familism values and caregiving outcomes among Korean, Korean American, and White American dementia caregivers.SeniorsKnight, Bob G., Youn, Gahyun, Jeong, Hyun-Suk, Benton, Donna
Effects of divided attention and time course on automatic and controlled components of memory in older adults.SeniorsSchmitter-Edgecombe, Maureen
Episodic priming and memory for temporal source: Event-related potentials reveal age-related differences in prefrontal functioning.SeniorsFriedman, David, Ritter, Walter, Trott, Charlotte T., Fabiani, Monica, Snodgrass, Joan G.
Everyday cognition: age and intellectual ability correlates.SeniorsAllaire, Jason C., Marsiske, Michael
Experimentally disentangling what's beneficial about elderspeak from what's not.SeniorsKemper, Susan, Harde, Tamara
Generativity and moral development as predictors of value-socialization narratives for young persons across the adult life span: From lessons learned to stories shared.SeniorsPratt, Michael W., Arnold, Mary Louise, Norris, Joan E., Filyer, Rebecca
Influence of time on social preferences: implications for life-span development.SeniorsCarstensen, Laura L., Fung, Helene H., Lutz, Amy M.
Inhibition and aging: Similarities between younger and older adults as revealed by the processing of unattended auditory information.SeniorsMurphy, Dana R., McDowd, Joan M., Wilcox, Kim A.
Inhibition in the processing of garden-path sentences.SeniorsHasher, Lynn, Zacks, Rose T., May, Cynthia P., Multhaup, Kristi
Inhibitory processes and spoken word recognition in young and older adults: The interaction of lexical competition and semantic context.SeniorsSommers, Mitchell S., Danielson, Stephanie M.
Interrelationships among biological markers of aging, health, activity, acculturation, and cognitive performance in late adulthood.SeniorsAnstey, Kaarin J., Smith, Glen A.
Judgments about estrogen replacement therapy: The role of age, cognitive abilities, and beliefs.SeniorsPark, Denise C., Shifren, Kim, Zwahr, Melissa D.
Longitudinal patterns of risk for depression in dementia caregivers: Objective and subjective primary stress as predictors.SeniorsParris Stephens, Mary Ann, Townsend, Aloen L., Zarit, Steven H., Liming Alspaugh, Mary E., Greene, Rick
Memory for new in young and old adults.SeniorsPark, Denise C., Frieske, David A.
Models of intelligence in late life: Comment on Hultsch et al.(1999)SeniorsPushkar, Dolores, Arbuckle, Tannis, Andres, David, Etezadi, Jamshid, Chaikelson, June, Schwartzman, A.E.
Naturally occurring and experimentally induced tip-of-the-tongue experiences in three adult age groups.SeniorsShenaut, Gregory K., Ober, Beth A., Heine, Marilyn K.
Neuropsychological function and apolipoprotein E genotype in the preclinical detection of Alzheimer's disease.SeniorsThomas, Ronald G., Thal, Leon J., Galasko, Douglas, Salmon, David P., Bondi, Mark w.
Neuroticism, coping strategies, and negative well-being among caregivers.SeniorsHicks Patrick, Julie, Mayden, Jason M.
Object-based attentional selection and aging.SeniorsKramer, Arthur F., Weber, Timothy A.
On the problem of detecting effects of lifestyle on cognitive change in adulthood: Reply to Pushkar et al.(1999)SeniorsHertzog, Christopher, Hultsch, David F., Dixon, Roger A.
Reducing gist-based false recognition in older adults: Encoding and retrieval manipulations.SeniorsKoutstaal, Wilma, Schacter, Daniel L., Galluccio, Lissa, Stofer, Kathryn a.
Regaining lost time: Adult aging and the effect of time restoration on recall of time-compressed speech.SeniorsWingfield, Arthur, Tun, Patricia A., Rosen, Merri J., Koh, Christine K.
Season's greetings: Adults' social contacts at the holiday season.SeniorsFingerman, Karen L., Griffiths, Patricia C.
Self-appraisal, life satisfaction, and retrospective life choices across one and three decades.SeniorsHolahan, Charles J., Holahan, Carole K., Wonacott, Nancy L.
Sense of coherence moderates the relationship between life stress and natural killer cell activity in healthy older adults.SeniorsVitaliano, Peter P., Lutgendorf, Susan K.
Separating habit and recollection in young and older adults: Effects of elaborative processing and distinctiveness.SeniorsJacoby, Larry L., Hay, Janine F.
The attentional demands of encoding and retrieval in younger and older adults: 2. Evidence from secondary task reaction time distributions.SeniorsAnderson, Nicole D.
The continuing effects of substantively complex work on the intellectual functioning of older workers.SeniorsSchooler, Carmi, Mulatu, Mesfin Samuel, Oates, Gary
The locus of adult intelligence: Knowledge, abilities, and nonability traits.SeniorsAckerman, Phillip L., Rolfhus, Eric L.
The role of client choice and target selection in self-management therapy for depression in older adults.SeniorsRokke, Paul D., Tomhave, Judith A., Jocic, Zeljko
Trait diagnosticity versus behavioral consistency as determinants of impression change in adulthood.SeniorsHess, Thomas M., Auman, Corinne, Bolstad, Cheryl A., Woodburn, Stephen M.
Unasked-for support and unsolicited advice: Age and the quality of social experience.SeniorsSmith, Jacqui, Goodnow, Jacqueline J.
Use it or lose it: Engaged lifestyle as a buffer of cognitive decline in aging?SeniorsHertzog, Christopher, Hultsch, David F., Small, Brent J., Dixon, Roger A.
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