Psychology and Aging 2004 - Abstracts

Psychology and Aging 2004
A descriptive epidemiology of lifetime trauma and the physical health of older adults.SeniorsKrause, Neal, Shaw, Benjamin A., Cairney, John
A diffusion model analysis of the effects of aging in the lexical-decision task.SeniorsRatcliff, Roger, McKoon, Gail, Thapar, Anjali, Gomez, Pablo
Adult age and digit symbol substitution performance: a meta-analysis.SeniorsHoyer, William J., Verhaeghen, Paul, Stawski, Robert S., Wasylyshyn, Christina
Adult age differences in self-regulated learning from reading sentences.SeniorsStine-Morrow, Elizabeth A.L., Miles, Joseph R.
Adult's age related differences in adaptivity of strategy choices: evidence from computational estimation.SeniorsLemaire, Patrick, Arnaud, Laurence, Lecacheur, Mireille
Age differences in the correction processes of context induced biases: when correction succeeds.SeniorsMo Wang, Yiwei Chen
Age differences in the effect of physical activity on depressive symptoms.SeniorsFukukawa, Yasuyuki, Nakashima, Chiori, Tsuboi, Satomi, Kozakai, Rumi
Age equivalence in switch costs for prosaccade and antisaccade tasks.SeniorsKramer, Arthur F., Bojko, Agnieszka, Peterson, Mattew S.
Age related differences in localized attentional interference.SeniorsMcCarley, Jason S., Mounts, Jeffrey R.W.
Age-related differences in performance on the Wisconsin card-sorting test: a meta-analytic review.SeniorsRhodes, Matthew G.
Age-related preservation of top-down attentional guidance during visual search.SeniorsMadden, David J., Whiting, Wythe L., Cabeza, Roberto, Huettel, Scott A.
Aging and input processing in dual-task situations.SeniorsHein, Grit, Schubert, Torsten
Aging and medical adherence: The use of automatic processes to achieve effortful things.SeniorsLiu, Linda L., Park, Denise C.
Aging and the detection of contingency in casual learning.SeniorsMutter, Sharon A., Williams, Thomas W.
Aging and the perception of biological motion.SeniorsNorman, J. farley, Payton, Sharon M.
Aging and the perception of depth and 3-D shape from motion parallax.SeniorsNorman, Farley J., Clayton, Anna Marie, Shular, Cassandra F., Thompson, Sarah R.
Aging and the strategic control of the fixation offset effect.SeniorsKramer, Arthur F., Cassavaugh, Nicholas, Peterson, Mathew S.
Aging and visual masking: sensory and attentional factors.SeniorsAtchley, Paul, Hoffman, Lesa
Aging: a switch from automatic to controlled processing of sounds?.SeniorsAlain, Calude, McDonald, Kelly L., Ostroff, Jodi M., Schneider, Bruce
A longitudinal study of implicit and explicit memory in old persons.SeniorsGabrieli, John D.E., Bienias, Julia L., Fleischman, Debra A., Wilson, Robert, S., Bennet, David A.
A meta-analytic review of prospective memory and aging.SeniorsHenry, Julie D., MacLeod, Mairi S., Philips, Louise H., Crawford, John R.
An associative memory deficit of older adults: further support using face-name associations.SeniorsBenjamin, Moshe Naveh, Guez, Jonathan, Kilb, Angela, Reedy, Sarah
Apolipoprotein E gene variability and cognitive functions at age 79: A follow-up of the Scottish Mental Survey of 1932.SeniorsDeary, Ian J., Witeman, Martha C., Pattie, Alison, Starr, John M.
Apolipoprotien E and cognitive performance: A meta-analysis.SeniorsFratiglioni, Laura, Backman, Lars, Small, Brent J., Rosnick, Christopher B.
A quantitative model-based approach to examining aging effects on information-integration category learning.SeniorsFiloteo, J. Vincent, Maddox, W. Todd
A test of the tripartite model of depression and anxiety in older adult psychiatric outpatients.SeniorsOrvaschel, Helen, Cook, Joan M., Simco, Edward, Hersen, Michel, Jointer, Thomas
Bilingualism, aging, and cognitive control: Evidence from the Simon task.SeniorsBialystok, Ellen, Craik, Fergus I. M., Klein, Raymond, Viswanathan, Mythili
Can practice overcome age-related differences in the psychological refractory period effect?SeniorsHartley, Alan A., Maquestiaux, Francois, Bertsch, Jean
Category norms as a function of culture and age: Comparisons of item responses to 105 categories by American and Chinese Adults.SeniorsHedden, Trey, Carolyn Yoon, Ping Hu, Gutchess, Angela Hall, Hiu-Ying Mary Chen, Qicheng Jing, Yao Cui
Change in cognitive capabilities in the oldest old: the effects of proximity to death in genetically related individuals over a 6-year period.SeniorsPedersen, Nancy L., Johansson, Boo, Berg, Stig, Hofer, Scott M., Allaire, Jason C., Maldonado-Molina, Mildred M., Piccinin, Andrea M.
Cognitive skill learning: Age-Related differences in strategy shifts and speed of component operations.SeniorsHoyer, William J., Touron, Dayna R., Cerella, John
Distinguishing age differences in knowledge, strategy use and confidence during strategic skill acquisition.SeniorsHertzog, Christopher, Touron, Dayna R.
Do behavioral disturbances in persons with Alzheimer's disease predict caregiver depression over time?.SeniorsGilley, David W., Beckett, Laurel A., Evans, Denis A., McCann, Judith J., Danhauer, Suzanne C., Bienias, Julia L.
Emotional support from parents early in life, aging, and health.SeniorsKrause, Neal, Shaw, Benjamin A., Chatters, Linda M., Connell, Cathleen M., Ingersoll-Dayton, Berit
Explicit and implicit stereotype activation effects on memory: Do age and awareness moderate the impact of priming?SeniorsHess, Thomas M., Hinson, Joey T., Statham, Jill A.
Exploring the identification-production hypothesis of repetition priming in young and older adults.SeniorsPrull, Matthew W.
Eye-fixation patterns of high- and low-span young and older adults: down the garden path and back again.SeniorsKemper, Susan, Crow, Angela, Kemtes, Karen
False memories: young and older adults think of semantic associates at the same rate, but young adults are more successful at source monitoring.SeniorsDehon, Hedwige, Bredart, Serge
Gender moderates the effects of independence and dependence desires during the social support process.SeniorsNewsom, Jason T., Nagurney, Alexander J.
Health-related stress, affect and depressive symptoms experienced by care giving mothers of adults with a developmental disability.SeniorsMeeks, Suzanne, Pruchno, Rachel A.
How young and older adults differ in their responses to perceived age discrimination.SeniorsSchmitt, Michael T., Branscombe, Nyla R., Garstka, Teri A., Hummert, Mary Lee
Implicit sequence learning: effects of level of structure, adult age, and extended practice.SeniorsHoward, Darlene V., Howard, James H. Jr., Japikse, Karin, DiYanni, Cara, Thompson, Amanda, Somberg, Rachel
Interpersonal control strivings and vulnerability to negative social exchanges in later life.SeniorsRook, Karen S., Sorkin, Dara H.
Life review therapy using autobiographical retrieval practice for older adults with depressive symptomatology.SeniorsGatz, Margaret, Serrano, Juan Pedro, Latorre, Jose Miguel, Montanes, Juan
Meeting Mr. Farmer versus meeting a farmer: specific effects of aging on learning proper names.SeniorsJames, Lori E.
Modeling age and retest processes in longitudinal studies of cognitive abilities.SeniorsSalthouse, Timothy A., Stewart, Walter F., Schwartz, Brian S., Ferrer, Emilio
Motivational changes in response to blocked goals and foreshortened time: testing alternatives to socioemotional selectivity theory.SeniorsFung, Helene H., Cartensen, Laura L.
Onset of frailty in older adults and the protective role of positive affect.SeniorsMarkides, Kyriakos S., Ottenbacher, Kenneth J., Ostir, Glenn V
Part-set cuing effects in younger and older adults.SeniorsMarsh, Elizabeth J., Balota, David A., Roediger, Henry L. III, Dolan, Patrick O.
Performance in auditory and visual emotional stroop tasks: a comparison of older and younger adults.SeniorsLabouvie-Vief, Gisela, Wurm, Lee H., Aycock, Joanna, Rebucal, Kristine A., Koch, Heather E.
Positive aspects of caregiving and adaptation to bereavement.SeniorsSchulz, Richard, Horowitz, Amy, Boerner, Kathrin
Predictors of subjective age before and after cataract surgery: Conscientiousness makes a difference.SeniorsSchwarzer, Ralf, Knoll,Nina, Rieckmann, Nina, Scholz, Urte
Preserved spatial memory over brief intervals in older adults.SeniorsMitchell, Karen J., Johnson, Marcia K., Zhang, John X., Olson, Ingrid R.
Prospective patterns of resilience and maladjustment during widowhood.SeniorsWortman, Camille B., Bonanno, George A., Nesse, Randolph M.
Relational integration, inhibition, and analogical reasoning in older adults.SeniorsKnowlton, Barbara J., Holyoak, Keith J., Hummel, John E., Viskontas, Indre V., Morrison, Robert G.
Sequencing, speech production, and selective effects of aging on phonological and morphological speech errors.SeniorsMacKay, Donald G., James, Lori E.
Specific-and partial-source memory: Effects of aging.SeniorsSchacter, Daniel L., Simons, Jon S., Dodson, Chad S., Bell, Deborah
Substitution and compensation in the social networks of older widowed women.SeniorsRook, Karen S., Zettel, Laura A.
Temporal patterns of negative and positive behavior among nursing home residents with Alzheimer's disease.SeniorsGilley, David W., Beckett, Laurel A., Evans, Denis A., McCann, Judith J., Bienias, Julia L.
The effect of social comparison information on the life satisfaction of frail older persons.SeniorsBuunk, Bram P., Frieswijik, Nynke, Steverink, Nardi, Slaets, Joris P. J.
The relationship between age, verbal working memory, and language comprehension.SeniorsKemtes, Karen, DeDe, Gayle, Capla, David, Waters, Gloria
The relationship of activity restriction and replacement with depressive symptoms among older adults.SeniorsBenyamini, Yael, Lomranz, Jacob
The role of age and perceptual symbols in language comprehension .SeniorsDijkstra, Katinka, Yaxley, Richard H., Madden, Carol J., Zwann, Rolf A.
The role of primary and secondary control in adaptation to age-related vision loss: a study of older adults with macular degeneration.SeniorsWahl, Hans-Werner, Becker, Stefanie, Burmedi, Dvid, Schilling, Oliver
Toward an alternative representation for disentangling age-associated differences in general and specific cognitive abilities.SeniorsSchmiedek, Florian, Li, Shu-Chen
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