Psychology and Aging 2006 - Abstracts

Psychology and Aging 2006
A comparison of higher order auditory processes in younger and older adults.SeniorsMurphy, Dana R., Schneider, Bruce A., Moraglia, Giampaolo, Speranza, Filippol
Adaptation in very old age: Exploring the role of resources, beliefs, and attitudes for centenarians' happiness.SeniorsJopp, Daniela, Rott, Christoph
Adult age differences in the effects of goals on self-regulated sentence processing.SeniorsMiles, Joseph R., Stine-Morrow, Elizabeth A. L., Shake, Matthew C., Soo Rim Noh
Age and sex differences in reaction time in adulthood: Results from the United Kingdom health and lifestyle survey.SeniorsDeary, Ian J., Der, Geoff
Age deficits in the control of prepotent responses: Evidence for an inhibitory decline.SeniorsZacks, Rose T., Butler, Karin M.
Age differences in attitude change: Influences of cognitive resources and motivation on responses to argument quantity.SeniorsMo Wang, Yiwei Chen
Age differences in the organization of emotion knowledge: Effects involving valence and time frame.SeniorsRobinson, Michael D., Ready, Rebecca E., Weinberger, Mark
Age differences in the sixth personality factor: Age differences in interpersonal relatedness among Canadians and Hong Kong Chinese.SeniorsFung, Helene H., Siu-Kei Ng
Age-differential motivational consequences of optimization versus compensation focus in younger and older adults.SeniorsFreund, Alexandra M.
Age effects in coding tasks: Componential analysis and test of the sensory deficit hypothesis.SeniorsGilmore, Grover C., Spinks, Ruth A., Thomas, Cecil W.
Age effects on social cognition: Faces tell a different story.SeniorsWinocur, Gordon, Keightley, Michelle L., Burianova, Hana, Hongwanishkul, Donaya, Grady, Cheryl L.
Age-related binding deficits and the content of false memories.SeniorsJohnson, Marcia K., Lyle, Keith B., Bloise, Suzanne M.
Age-related deficits in guided search using cues.SeniorsGottlob, Lawrence R.
Age-related differences in ambulatory blood pressure during daily stress: Evidence for greater blood pressure reactivity with age.SeniorsSmith, Timothy W., Uchino, Bert N., Berg, Cynthia A., Pearce, Gale, Skinner, Michelle
Age-related variation in the influences of aging stereotypes on memory in adulthood.SeniorsHess, Thomas M., Hinson, Joey T.
Aging and negative affect: The rise and fall of anxiety and depression symptoms.SeniorsTeachman, Bethany A.
Aging and the detection of observer and moving object collisions.SeniorsAndersen, George J., Enriquez, AnnJudel
Aging, practice, and perceptual tasks: A diffusion model analysis.SeniorsRatcliff, Roger, McKoon, Gail, Thapar, Anjali
Aging selectively impairs recollection in recognition memory for pictures: Evidence from modeling and receiver operating characteristic curves.SeniorsHoyer, William J., Howard, Marc W., Bessette-Symons, Brandy, Yaofei Zhang
An age apart: The effects of intergenerational contact and stereotype threat on performance and intergroup bias.SeniorsAbrams, Dominic, Eller, Anja, Bryant, Jacqueline
A systemic-wholistic approach to differential aging: Longitudinal findings from the Berlin Aging Study.SeniorsBaltes, Paul B., Smith, Jacqui, Gerstof, Denis
Attentional disregulation: A benefit for implicit memory.SeniorsHasher, Lynn, Rowe, Gillian, Valderrama, Steven, Lenartowicz, Agatha
Autobiographical memory, autonoetic consciousness and self-perspective in aging.SeniorsPiolino, Pascale, Eustache, Francis, Clarys, David, Taconnat, Laurence, Isingrini, Michel, Guillery-Girard, Berengere, Desgranges, Beatrice
Basic forms of cognitive plasticity extended into the oldest-old: Retest learning, age, and cognitive functioning.SeniorsBaltes, Paul B., Yang, Lixia, Krampe, Ralf T.
Caregiving decision making by older mothers and adult children: Process and expected outcome.SeniorsCicirelli, Victor G.
Cerebrovascular risk factors, activity limitations, and depressed mood in African American older adults.SeniorsYochim, Brian P., Kerkar, Sheetal P., Lichtenberg, Peter A.
Cognitive decline in old age: Separating retest effects from the effects of growing older.SeniorsWilson, Robert S., Bennett, David A., Yan Li, Bienias, Julia L.
Daily stressors and memory failures in a naturalistic setting: Findings from the VA normative aging study.SeniorsSpiro, Avron, III, Mroczek, Daniel K., Almeida, David M., Neupert, Shevaun D.
Dealing with negative social exchanges in later life: Coping responses, goals and effectiveness.SeniorsRook, Karen S., Sorkin, Dara H.
Developmental changes in personal goal orientation from young to late adulthood: From striving for gains to maintenance and prevention of losses.SeniorsBaltes, Paul B., Freund, Alexandra M., Ebner, Natalie C.
Development and structural dynamics of personal life investment in old age.SeniorsStaudinger, Ursula M., Schindler, Ines, Nesselmade, John R.
Does aging influence people's metacomprehension? Effects of processing ease on judgments of text learning.SeniorsDunlosky, John, Hertzog, Christopher, Baker, Julie, M.C., Rawson, Katherine
Does expanded retrieval produce benefits over equal-interval spacing? Explorations of spacing effects in healthy aging and early stage Alzheimer's disease.SeniorsBalota, David A., Roediger, Henry L., III, Duchek, Janet M., Sergent-Marshall, Susan D.
Does marriage protect older people from distress? The role of equity and recency of bereavement.SeniorsCoyne, James C., Hagedoorn, Mariet, Ranchor, Adelita V., Sanderman, Robber, Van Yperen, Nico W., van Jaarsveld, Cornelia H.M., van Sonderen, Eric
Effective cue utilization reduces memory errors in older adults.SeniorsThomas, Ayanna K., Bulevich, John B.
Effects of environmental support and strategy training on older adults' use of context.SeniorsStorandt, Martha, Braver, Todd S., Barch, Deanna M., Paxton, Jessica L.
Emotional and self-evaluative effects of social comparison information in later life: How are they moderated by collective self-esteem?SeniorsBailis, Daniel S., Chipperfield, Judith G.
Emotional intelligence in young and middle adulthood: Cross-sectional analysis of latent structure and means.SeniorsChapman, Benjamin P., Hayslip, Bert, Jr.
Emotion experience and expression across the adult life span: Insights from a multimodal assessment study.SeniorsMagai, Carol, Consedine, Nathan S., Krivoshekova, Yulia S., Kudadjie-Gyamfi, Elizabeth, McPherson, Renee
Event understanding and memory in healthy and aging and dementia of the Alzheimer type.SeniorsJacoby, Larry L., Speer, Nicole K., Zacks, Jeffrey, Vettel, Jean M.
Expertise and age effects on knowledge activation in chess.SeniorsCharness, Neil, Jastrzembski, Tiffany S., Vasyukova, Catherine
Eye movements of young and older adults while reading with distraction.SeniorsKemper, Susan, McDowd, Joan
Factors predicting the use of technology: Findings from the Center for Research and Education on Aging and Technology Enhancement (CREATE).SeniorsCzaja, Sara J., Hertzog, Christopher, Sharit, Joseph, Charness, Neil, Rogers, Wendy A., Fisk, Arthur D., Nair, Sankaran N.
Flashbulb memories and posttraumatic stress reactions across the life span: Age-related effects of the German occupation of Denmark during World War II.SeniorsRubin, David C., Berntsen, Dorthe
Focusing and restricting: Two aspects of motivational selectivity in adulthood.SeniorsRiediger, Michaela, Freund, Alexandra M.
How do health and biological age influence chronological age and sex differences in cognitive aging: Moderating, mediating, or both?SeniorsWahlin, Ake, Nilsson, Lars-Goran, MacDonald, Stuart W.S., Dixon, Roger A., deFraias, Cindy M.
Intraindividual coupling of daily stress and cognition.SeniorsSmyth, Joshua M., Hofer, Scott M., Sliwinski, Martin J., Stawski, Robert S.
Lexical competition and phonological encoding in young and older speakers.SeniorsSpieler, Daniel H., LaGrone, Susan
Loneliness as a specific risk factor for depressive symptoms: Cross-sectional and longitudinal analyses.SeniorsWaite, Linda J., Cacioppo, John T., Thisted, Ronald A., Hughes, Mary Elizabeth, Hawkley, Louise C.
Loneliness is a unique predictor of age-related differences in systolic blood pressure.SeniorsCacioppo, John T., Hawkley, Louise C., Masi, Christopher M., Berry, Jarett D.
Marital closeness, functional disability, and adjustment in late life.SeniorsBonanno, George A., Mancini, Andthony D.
Marital discord and well-being in older adults: Is the association confounded by personality?SeniorsWhisman, Mark A., Uebelacker, Lisa A., Tolejko, Natalie, Chatav, Yael, Mckelvie, Margaret
Memory self-efficacy predicts memory performance: Results from a 6-year follow-up study.SeniorsPonds, Rudolf W.H.M., Hill, Robert D., Valentijn, Susanne A.M., Van Boxtel, Martin P.J., Van Hooren, Susan A.H., Jolles, Jelle, Bosma, Hans
Modeling late-life adaptation in affective well-being under a chronic health condition: The case of age-related macular degeneration.SeniorsWahl, Hans-Werner, Schilling, Oliver K.
Object- and location-based inhibition of return in younger and older adults.SeniorsChasteen, Alison L., McAuliffe, Jim, Pratt, Jay
Older adults' motivated choice for technological innovation: Evidence for benefit-driven selectivity.SeniorsRogers, Wendy A., Melenhorst, Anne-Sophie, Bouwhuis, Don G.
Older spouses' perceptions of partners' chronic arthritis pain: Implications for spousal responses, support provision, and caregiving experiences.SeniorsMartire, Lynn M., Schulz, Richard, Beach, Scott R., Rudy, Thomas E., Keefe, Francis J., Ready, Rebecca, Starz, Terence W.
Personality and risk of cognitive impairment 25 years later.SeniorsPedersen, Nancy L., Gatz, Margaret, Fratiglioni, Laura, Crowe, Michael, Andel, Ross
Recollection and familiarity in recognition memory: Adult age differences and neuropsychological test correlates.SeniorsPrull, Matthew W., Rosenberg, Heather F., Dawes, Leslie L. Crandell, Martin, A. McLeish, III, Light, Leah L.
Relationship between age and aspects of depression: Consistency and reliability across two longitudinal studies.SeniorsZonderman, Alan B., Nguyen, Ha T.
Resources and life-management strategies as determinants of successful aging: On the protective effect of selection, optimization, and compensation.SeniorsSmith, Jacqui, Jopp, Daniela
Selective preference in visual fixation away from negative images in old age? An eye-tracking study.SeniorsWilson, Hugh R., Isaacowitz, Derek M., Wadlinger, Heather A., Goren, Deborah
Short-term visual recognition and temporal order memory are both well-preserved in aging.SeniorsWingfield, Arthur, McLaughlin, Chris, Kahana, Michael J., Sekuler, Rober, Yotsumoto, Yuko
Social support as a predictor of variability: An examination of the adjustment trajectories of recent widows.SeniorsBisconti, Toni L., Bergeman, Cindy S., Boker, Steven M.
Socioemotional selectivity in cancer patients.SeniorsPinquart, Martin, Silbereisen, Rainer K.
Stress-related cognitive interference predicts cognitive function in old age.SeniorsSmyth, Joshua M., Sliwinski, Martin J., Stawski, Robert S.
The associative-memory basis of cognitive skill learning: Adult age differences.SeniorsHoyer, William J., Cerella, John, Onyper, Serge V.
The cognitive interview enhances long-term free recall of older adults.SeniorsMcDaniel, Mark A., Dornburg, Courtney C.
The effect of word frequency, word predictability, and font difficulty on eye movements of young and older readers.SeniorsReichle, Erik D., Rayner, Keith, Pollatsek, Alexander, Stroud, Michael J., Williams, Carrick C.
The influence of emotional valence on age difference and processing memory.SeniorsHasher, Lynn, Thomas, Ruthann C.
The negativity bias is eliminated in older adults: Age-related reduction in event-related brain potentials associated with evaluative categorization.SeniorsWood, Stacey, Kisley, Michael A.
Using the concept of wisdom to enhance the expression of wisdom knowledge: Not the philosopher's dream but differential effects of developmental preparedness.SeniorsBaltes, Paul B., Gluck, Judith
Visual search for change in older adults.SeniorsAbrams, Richard A., Storandt, Martha, Veiel, Lori L.
Visual word recognition without central attention: Evidence for greater automaticity with advancing age.SeniorsAllen, Philip A., Ruthruff, Eric, Remington, Roger W., Mei-Ching Lien, McCann, Robert S., Grabbe, Jeremy
Which social needs are important for subjective well-being? What happens to them with aging?SeniorsLindenberg, Siegwart, Steverink, Nardi
Why do older adults have difficulty following conversation?SeniorsDaneman, Meredyth, Murphy, Dana R., Schneider, Bruce A.
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