Psychology and Aging 2000 - Abstracts

Psychology and Aging 2000
A comparison of primary stressors, secondary stressors, and depressive symptoms between elderly caregiving husbands and wives: the caregiver health effects study.SeniorsBookwala, Jamila, Schultz, Richard
Adult age differences in task switching.SeniorsKray, Jutta, Lindenberger, Ulman
Age and emotional response to the Northridge earthquake: a longitudinal analysis.SeniorsKnight, Bob G., Gatz, Margaret, Heller, Kenneth, Bengtson, Vern L.
Age differences in feeling-of-knowing and confidence judgments as a function of knowledge domain.SeniorsMarquie, Jean Claude, Huet, Nathalie
Age-related changes in the control of attention in depth.SeniorsAtchley, Paul, Kramer, Arthur F.
Age-related differences in collision detection during deceleration.SeniorsAtchley, Paul, Anderson, George J., Cisneros, John, Saidpour, Asad
Age-related effects in the marking of old objects in visual search.SeniorsAtchley, Paul, Kramer, Arthur F.
Aging and reflective processes of working memory: Binding and test load deficits.SeniorsMitchell, Karen J., Johnson, Mrcia K., Raye, Carol L., Mather, Mara, D'Esposito, Mark
Aging and the psychological refractory period: task-coordination strategies in young and old adults.SeniorsGlass, Jennifer M., Schumacher, Eric H., Lauber, Erick J., Zurbriggen, Eileen L., Gmeindl, Leon, Kieras, David E., Meyer, David E.
Aging and the Ranschburg effect: no evidence of reduced response suppression in old age.SeniorsMaylor, Elizabeth A., Henson, Richard N.A.
A speed-accuracy analysis of word recognition in young and older adults.SeniorsLaver, Gary D.
Associations among NEO personality assessments and well-being at midlife: facet-level analyses.SeniorsSiegler, Ilene C., Brummett, Beverly H.
Auditory habituation in young and older adults: the verbal transformation effect.SeniorsPilotti, Maura, Balota, David A., Sommers, Mitchell, Khurshid, Ayesha
Autonomic, subjective, and expressive responses to emotional films in older and younger Chinese Americans and European Americans.SeniorsTsai, Jeanne L., Levenson, Robert W., Carstensen, Laura L.
Centrality of women's multiple roles: Beneficial and detrimental consequences for psychological well-being.SeniorsMartire, Lynn M., Parris Stephens, Mary Ann, Townsend, Aloen L.
Choice-supportive source monitoring: do our decisions seem better to us as we age?SeniorsMather, Mara, Johnson, Marcia K.
Cognitive complexity and cognitive-affective integration: Related or separate domains of adult development?SeniorsLabouvie-Vief, Gisela, Diehl, Manfred
Comparing the effects of aging and background noise on short-term memory performance.SeniorsMurphy, Dana R., Schneider, Bruce A., Craik, Fergus I.M., Li, Karen Z.H.
Complex semantic processing old age: Does it stay or does it go?SeniorsMayr, Ulrich, Kliegl, Reinhold
Contribution of age, genes, and environment to the relationship between perceptual speed and cognitive ability.SeniorsFinkel,Deborah, Pedersen, Nancy L.
Converging evidence that visuospatial cognition is more age-sensitive than verbal cognition.SeniorsJenkins, Lisa, Myerson, Joel, Joerding, Jennifer A., Hale, Sandra
Cross-cultural differences in memory: the role of culture-based stereotypes about aging.SeniorsYoon, Carolyn, Hasher, Lynn, Feinberg, Fred, Rahhal, Tamara A., Winocur, Gordon
Developmental paths of psychological health from early adolescence to later adulthood.SeniorsJones, Constance J., Meredith, William M.
Effect of off-target verbosity on communication efficiency in a referential communication task.SeniorsArbuckle, Tannis Y., Nohara-LeClair, Nohara, Pushkar, Dolores
Evaluations by staff, residents, and community seniors of patronizing speech in the nursing home: impact of passive, assertive, or humorous responses.SeniorsRyan, Ellen Bouchard, Kennaley, Diane E., Pratt, Michael W., Shumovich, Martha A.
Experience-based attenuation of age-related differences in music cognition tasks.SeniorsMeinz, Elizabeth J.
Factors influencing word naming in younger and older adults.SeniorsSpieler, Daniel H., Balota, David, A.
Further evidence that negative priming in the Stroop Color-Word Task is equivalent in older and younger adults.SeniorsLittle, Deborah M., Hartley, Alan A.
How aging affects the reading of words in noisy backgrounds.SeniorsDaneman, Meredyth, Speranza, Filippo, Schneider, Bruce A.
Influences of socioeconomic status, social network, and competence on subjective well-being in later life: a meta-analysis.SeniorsPinquart, Martin, Sorensen, Silvia
Inhibitory inefficiency and failures of intention activation: age-related decline in the control of saccadic eye movements.Seniorsvan der Molen, Maurits W., Nieuwenhuis, Sander, Ridderinkhof, K. Richard, de Jong, Ritske, Kok, Albert
Instance-based automaticity and aging: Acquisition, reacquisition, and long-term retention.SeniorsJenkins, Lisa, Hoyer, William J.
Is age-related stability of subjective well-being a paradox? Cross-sectional and longitudinal evidence from the Berlin aging study.SeniorsLittle, Todd D., Kunzmann, Ute, Smith, Jacqui
Item analyses of age relations on reasoning tests.SeniorsSalthouse, Timothy A.
Listening to discourse in distracting settings: The effects of aging.SeniorsSchneider, Bruce, A., Daneman, Meredyth, Murphy, Dana R., Sheree Kwong See
Longitudinal changes in the contribution of genetic and environmental influences to symptoms of depression in older male twins.SeniorsMiller, Bruce, Carmelli, Dorit, Swan, Gary E., Reed, Terry, Kelly-Hayes, Margaret, Wolf, Philip A.
Longitudinal relationships between depressive symptoms and health in normal older and middle-aged adults.SeniorsMeeks, Suzanne, Murrell, Stanley A., Mehl, Rochelle C.
Measures of fluency as predictors of incidental memory among older adults.SeniorsBryan, Janet, Luszcz, Mary A.
Memorizing while walking: Increase in dual-task costs from young adulthood to old age.SeniorsLindenberger, Ulman, Mariske, Michael, Baltes, Paul B.
Modeling caregiver adaptation over time: The longitudinal impact of behavior problems.SeniorsGaugler, Joseph E., Pearlin, Leonard I., Davey, Adam, Zarit, Steven H.
Negative and positive health effects of caring for a disabled spouse: longitudinal findings from the Caregiver Health Effects Study.SeniorsSchulz, Richard, Beach, Scott R., Yee, Jennifer L., Jackson, Sharon
Personal theories, intellectual ability, and epistemological beliefs: Adult age differences in everyday reasoning biases.SeniorsKlaczynski, Paul A., Robinson, Billi
Person-specific paths of cognitive decline in Alzheimer's disease and their relation to age.SeniorsWilson, Robert S., Gilley, David W., Bennett, David A., Beckett, Laurel A., Evans, Denis A.
Primary and secondary control strategies for managing health and financial stress across adulthood.SeniorsWrosch, Carsten, Heckhausen, Jutta, Lachman, Margie E.
Prospective memory and aging: forgetting intentions over short delays.SeniorsEinstein, Gilles O., McDaniel, Mark A., Manzi, Marisa, Cochran, Bryan, Baker, Meredith
Psychological treatment of secondary insomnia.SeniorsLichstein, Kenneth L., Wilson, Nancy M., Johnson, Christopher T.
Role-specific feelings of control and mortality.(older people)SeniorsKrause, Neal, Shaw, Benjamin A.
Social behavior and off-target verbosity in elderly people.SeniorsPushkar, Dolores, Basevitz, Paul, Arbuckle, Tannis, Nohara-LeClair, Michiko, Lapidus, Steven, Peled, Maya
Structural constraints on process explanations in cognitive aging.SeniorsSalthouse, Timothy A., Czaja, Sara J.
Target selection difficulty, negative priming, and aging.SeniorsGamboz, Nadia, Russo, Riccardo, Fox, Elaine
The effects of learning a new algorithm on asymptotic accuracy and execution speed in old age: a reanalysis.SeniorsKliegl, Reinhold, Verhaeghen, Paul
The effects of talker familiarity on spoken word identification in younger and older listeners.SeniorsYonan, Cynthia A., Sommers, Mitchell s.
Understanding unfamiliar words: the influence of processing resources, vocabulary knowledge, and age.SeniorsMcGinnis, Debra, Zelinski, Elizabeth M.
Unwanted thought: Age differences in the correction of social judgments.SeniorsChen, Yiwei, Blanchard-Fields, Fredda
Updating knowledge about encoding strategies: A componential analysis of learning about strategy effectiveness from task experience.SeniorsDunlosky, John, Hertzog, Christopher
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