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Cognitive Neuroscience of Aging

The research produced by YU-CARE members and associates along the theme of the cognitive neuroscience of aging are impactful at the individual, organizational, and societal levels. Research spans from topics including:

  • Attention;
  • Motor coordination;
  • Executive functioning
  • Bilingualism and aging;
  • Learning;
  • Memory;
  • Perception; and
  • Cognitive therapies and treatments.

Please click the hyperlink (content italicized and underlined in red) at each citation to find each article or abstract.

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Citations of Articles

  1. Sidani, S., Fox, M.T., Butler. J., & Ilo-Katryn Maimets (in press). Development of a multi-component intervention to promote sleep in persons with dementia transitioning from hospital to home.International Journal of Older People’s Nursing
  2. D‘Amour S, Harris LR,Berti S, Keshavarz B (2021) The role of cognitive factors and personality traits in the perception of illusory self-motion (vection). Attention Perception and Psychophysics. 83: 1804-1817
  3. Comishen, K.J., & Bialystok, E. (2021). Increases in attentional demands are associated with language group differences in working memory performance. Brain and Cognition, 147, 105658-105658.
  4. Turner, G.R., Novakovic-Agopian, T., KornblithAdnanA.,  Madore, M., Chen, A.J.W., & D'Esposito, M. (2019). Goal-Oriented Attention Regulation (GOALS) training in older adults. Aging and Mental Health. doi: 10.1080/13607863.2018.1534080
  5. Spreng, R., Stevens, W., Viviano, J. D., & Schacter, D. L. (2016). Attenuated anticorrelation between the default and dorsal attention networks with aging: evidence from task and rest. Neurobiology of Aging, 45, 149-160. [PDF]
  6. Kim, T. H., Pascual-Leone, J., Johnson, J., & Tamim, H. (2016). The mental-attrition Tai Chi effect with older adults. BMC Psychology, 4(29). [PDF]
  7. McLaughlin, P.M., Anderson, N.D., Rich, J.B., Chertkow, H., & Murtha, S.J.E. (2013). Visual selective attention in amnestic mild cognitive impairment. Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 69(6), 881–891. [PDF]
  8. McLaughlin Paula M., Anderson, Nicole D. Rich, Jill, Chertkow, Howard, Murtha, Susan J. E. (2014) Visual Selective Attention in Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment. The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 69 (6), 881-891.
  9. Levinoff, E. J., Li, K. Z. H., Murtha, S., & Chertkow, H. (2004). Selective Attention Impairments in Alzheimer's Disease: Evidence for Dissociable Components. Neuropsychology, 18(3), 580-588.
  1. Hurtubise JM, Gorbet DJ, Hynes L, Macpherson AK, Sergio LE (2020) White matter integrity and its relationship to cognitive-motor integration in females with and without post-concussion syndrome (In press, Journal of Neurotrauma)
  2. Rogojin A, Gorbet DJ, Sergio LE (2019) Sex, APOE, and dementia family history: Relationship between dementia risk and cognitive-motor integration performance. Rotman Research Institute Conference on Aging & Brain Health: Prevention & Early Detection of Dementia, Toronto, March 2019
  3. Echlin HE, Gorbet DJ, Sergio LE (2020) Assessment of a Cognitive-Motor Training Program in Adults At-Risk for Developing Dementia (in press, Canadian Geriatrics Journal)
  4. Mostafa AA, ’t Hart BM, Henriques DYPMotor Learning Without Moving: Proprioceptive and Predictive Hand Localization After Passive Visuoproprioceptive Discrepancy Training. PLoS One. 2019
  5. Modchalingam S, Vachon C, ’t Hart BM, Henriques DYP. The effects of awareness of the perturbation during motor adaptation on hand localizationPLoS One
  6. de Boer C, Eclin H, V, Rogojin A, Baltaretu B, R, Sergio L, E: Thinking-While-Moving Exercises May Improve Cognition in Elderly with Mild Cognitive Deficits: A Proof-of-Principle Study. Dement Geriatr Cogn Disord Extra 2018;:248-258. [PDF]
  7. Hawkins KM, Sergio LE (2016) Changes in resting-state functional connectivity associated with cognitive-motor impairment in older adults at increased Alzheimer’s disease risk. Alz. Dis.; Jun 18;53(3):1161-72.
  8. Hawkins, K. M., Goyal, A., & Sergio, L. E. (2015). Diffusion tensor imaging correlates of cognitive-motor decline in normal aging and increased Alzheimer's disease risk. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 44(3), 867-878.
  9. Schorer, J. & Baker, J. (2009). Aging and perceptual-motor expertise in handball goalkeepers. Experimental Aging Research, 35, 1-19.
  10. Horton, S., Baker, J., & Schorer, J. (2008). Expertise and aging: Maintaining skills throughout the lifespan. European Review of Aging and Physical Activity, 5, 89-96.
  1. Mok, J.N.Y., Green, L., Myerson, J., Kwan, D., Kurczek, J., Ciaramelli, E., Craver, C.F., & Rosenbaum, R.S. (2021) Does ventromedial prefrontal cortex damage really increase impulsiveness? Delay and probability discounting in patients with focal lesions. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 33(9), 1909-1927. https://doi: 10.1162/jocn_a_01721
  2. Adnan, A., Beaty, R., Lam, J., Spreng, R.N. & Turner, G.R. (2019). Intrinsic default – executive coupling of the creative aging brain. Social Cognitive & Affective Neuroscience, 14, 291–303
  3. Adnan, A., Beaty, R., Silvia, P., Spreng, R.N. & Turner, G.R. (2019). Creative aging: Functional brain networks associated with divergent thinking in older and younger adults. Neurobiology of Aging. 75, 150–158.
  4. Dimech, C.J., Anderson, J.A.E., Lockrow, A.W., Spreng, R.N. & Turner, G.R. (2019). Sex differences in the relationship between cardiorespiratory fitness and brain function in older adulthood. Journal of Applied Physiology, 126, 1032–1041.
  5. Spreng, R.N. & Turner, G.R. (2019). The shifting architecture of cognition and brain function in older adulthood. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 14, 523–542.
  6. Uhlmann L, Pazen M, van Kemenade BM, Steinsträter O, Harris LR, Kircher T,
    Straube B (2020). Seeing your own or someone else’s hand moving in accordance with youraction: The neural interaction of agency and hand identity. Human Brain Mapping
  7. Toth A, Harris LR, Bent LR (2019) “Visual feedback is not necessary for recalibrating the vestibular contribution to the dynamic phase of a perturbation recovery response” Experimental Brain Research 237: 2185-2196
  8. Craik FIM, Eftekhari E, Bialystok E, Anderson ND. Individual differences in executive functions and retrieval efficacy in older adults. Psychology and Aging. PMID 30507212 DOI: 10.1037/pag0000315
  9. McLaughlin P., Curtis, A. Branscombe-Laird, L., Comrie, J., Murtha S. J.E. (2017) The Feasibility and Potential Impact of Brain Training on Cognitive and Emotional Functioning in Middle-aged AdultsGames for Health Journal. Final publication is available from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. (note this was one of five most downloaded articles from the Games for Health journal from January 2018 to January 2019.
  10. Adnan, A., Chen, A. J. W., Novakovic-Agopian, T., D’Esposito, M., & Turner, G. R. (2017). Brain Changes Following Executive Control Training in Older Adults. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 31(10–11), 910–922.
  11. Hunt, A., Turner, G.R., Polatajko, H., Bottari, C., Dawson, D. (2013) Executive function, self-regulation and attribution in acquired brain injury:  a scoping review. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation.
  12. Spreng, R.N. & Turner, G.R. (2013). Structural covariance of the default network in healthy and pathological aging. Journal of Neuroscience, 33(38). 15226-15234.
  13. Spreng, R.N., Sepulcre, J., Turner, G.R., Stevens, W.D., & Schacter, D.L. (2013). Intrinsic architecture underlying the relations among the default, dorsal attention, and frontoparietal control networks of the human brain. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 25, 74-86.
  14. Turner, G.R. & Spreng, R.N. (2012). Executive control and neurocognitive aging: Dissociable patterns of brain activity for working memory and inhibition. Neurobiology of Aging. 33, 826.e1–826.e13.
  15. Noakovic-Agopian, T., Chen, A.J.W., Rome, S. Rossi, A., Abrams, G., D’Esposito, M., Turner, G.R. et al., (2012). Assessment of Sub-components of Executive Functioning in Ecologically Valid Settings: The Goal Processing Scale. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation.
  16. DiGirolamo, G. J., Kramer, A. F., Barad, V., Cepeda, N. J., Weissman, D. H., Milham, M. P., Wszalek, T. M., Cohen, N. J., Banich, M. T., Webb, A., Belopolsky, A. V., & McAuley, E. (2001). General and task-specific frontal lobe recruitment in older adults during executive processes: An fMRI investigation of task switching. Neuroreport, 12, 2065-2071. [PDF]
  1. Bialystok, E., Anderson, J.A.E., & Grundy, J.G. (2021). Interpreting cognitive decline in the face of cognitive reserve: Does bilingualism affect cognitive aging? Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism, 11(4), 484-504. https://doi.org10.1075/lab.18040.bia/
  2. Bialystok, E. (2021). Bilingualism: Pathway to Cognitive Reserve. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 25(5), 355-364.
  3. Berkes, M., Calvo, N., Anderson, J.A.E, & Bialystok, E. (2021). Poorer clinical outcomes for older adult monolinguals when matched to bilinguals on brain health. Brain, Structure & Function, 226(2), 415-424.
  4. Berkes, M., Bialystok, E., Craik, F.I.M., Troyer, A., & Freedman, M. (2020). Conversion of Mild Cognitive Impairment to Alzheimer's Disease in Monolingual and Bilingual Patients. Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders, 34(3), 225-230.
  5. DeLuca, V., Rothman, J., Bialystok, E., & Piliatsikas, C. (2020). Duration and extent of bilingual experience modulate neurocognitive outcomes. NeuroImage (Orlando, Fla), 204, 116222-116222.
  6. Berkes M, Bialystok ECraik FIM, Troyer A, Freedman M. Conversion of Mild Cognitive Impairment to Alzheimer Disease in Monolingual and Bilingual Patients. Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders. PubMed website ID 32049674DOI: 1097/WAD.0000000000000373
  7. Bialystok E, Dey A, Sullivan MD, Sommers MS. Using the DRM paradigm to assess language processing in monolinguals and bilinguals. Memory & Cognition. PMID 31975029 DOI: 10.3758/s13421-020-01016-6
  8. Barker RM, Bialystok E. Processing differences between monolingual and bilingual young adults on an emotion n-back task. Brain and Cognition. 134: 29-43. PMID 31108367 DOI: 10.1016/j.bandc.2019.05.004
  9. Grundy JG, Bialystok E. When a "Replication" Is Not a Replication. Commentary: Sequential Congruency Effects in Monolingual and Bilingual Adults. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 797. PMID 31031674 DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00797
  10. Berkes M, Friesen DC, Bialystok E. Cultural Context as a Biasing Factor for Language Activation in Bilinguals. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 33: 1032-1048. PMID 30899766DOI: 1080/23273798.2018.1446541
  11. Grundy JG, Bialystok E. Monolinguals and bilinguals disengage attention differently following conflict and errors: Evidence from ERPs. Brain and Cognition. 128: 28-36. PMID 30447505DOI: 1016/j.bandc.2018.11.006
  12. Anderson JAEChung-Fat-Yim ABellana BLuk GBialystok E. Language and Cognitive Control Networks in Bilinguals and Monolinguals. Neuropsychologia. PMID 29959966DOI: 1016/j.neuropsychologia.2018.06.023
  13. Sullivan MD, Poarch GJ, Bialystok E. Why is Lexical Retrieval Slower for Bilinguals? Evidence from Picture Naming. Bilingualism (Cambridge, England). 21: 479-488. PMID 29910667 DOI: 10.1017/S1366728917000694
  14. D’Souza, A. A., Moradzadeh, L., & Wiseheart, M. (2018). Musical training, bilingualism, and executive function: Working memory and inhibitory control. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications3(11).
  15. Bialystok, E., Hawrylewicz, K., Wiseheart, M., & Toplak, M. (2017). Interaction of bilingualism and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in young adults. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition20, 588-601.
  16. Bialystok,, & Sullivan, M.D. (Eds.) (2017). Growing old with two languages: Effects of bilingualism on cognitive aging. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing.
  17. Bialystok, E., Abutalebi, J., Bak, T. H., Burke, D. M., & Kroll, J. F. (2016). Aging in two languages: Implications for public health. Ageing Research Reviews, 27, 56-60.
  18. Grady, C. L., Luk, G., Craik, F. I., & Bialystok, E. (2015). Brain network activity in monolingual and bilingual older adults. Neuropsychologia, 66, 170-181.
  19. Friesen, D. C., Luo, L., Luk, G., & Bialystok, E. (2015). Proficiency and control in verbal fluency performance across the lifespan for monolinguals and bilinguals. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 30(3), 238-250.
  20. Olsen, R. K., Pangelinan, M. M., Bogulski, C., Chakravarty, M. M., Luk, G., Grady, C. L., & Bialystok, E. (2015). The effect of lifelong bilingualism on regional grey and white matter volume. Brain Research, 1612, 128-139.
  21. Clare, L., Whitaker, C. J., Craik, F. I., Bialystok, E., Martyr, A., Martin-Forbes, P. A., ... Hindle, J. V. (2014). Bilingualism, executive control, and age at diagnosis among people with early-stage Alzheimer’s disease in Wales. Journal of Neuropsychology, 10(2), 163-185.
  22. Morris Freedman, Suvarna Alladi, Howard Chertkow, et al., “Delaying Onset of Dementia: Are Two Languages Enough?,” Behavioural Neurology, vol. 2014, Article ID 808137, 8 pages, 2014. (Bialystok, E.)
  23. Bialystok, E., Craik, F. I. M., Binns, M. A., Ossher, L., & Freedman, M. (2014). Effects of bilingualism on the age of onset and progression of MCI and AD: Evidence from executive function tests. Neuropsychology, 28(2), 290-304.
  24. Bialystok, E., Poarch, G., Luo, L., & Craik, F. I. M. (2014). Effects of bilingualism and aging on executive function and working memory. Psychology and Aging, 29(3), 696-705.
  25. Schweizer, T. A., Craik, F. I., & Bialystok, E. (2013). Bilingualism, not immigration status, is associated with maintained cognitive level in Alzheimer’s disease. Cortex, 49(5), 1442-1443.
  26. Schweizer, T. A., Ware, J., Fischer, C. E., Craik, F. I., & Bialystok, E. (2012). Bilingualism as a contributor to cognitive reserve: Evidence from brain atrophy in Alzheimer’s disease. Cortex, 48(8), 991-996.
  27. Bialystok, E., Craik, F., & Luk, G. (2008). Cognitive control and lexical access in younger and older bilinguals. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 34(4), 859-873.
  28. Bialystok, E., Craik, F. I., & Freedman, M. (2007). Bilingualism as a protection against the onset of symptoms of dementia. Neuropsychologia, 45(2), 459-464.
  29. Fernandes, M. A., Craik, F., Bialystok, E., & Kreuger, S. (2007). Effects of bilingualism, aging, and semantic relatedness on memory under divided attention. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie expérimentale, 61(2), 128-141.
  1. Curtis, A.F., Turner, G.R., Park, N.W., and Murtha, S.J.E. (2019). Improving visual spatial working memory in younger and older adults: effects of cross-modal cues. Neuropsychology, Development, and Cognition, Section B, Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition, 26, 24-43.
  2. Troyer, A. K., Leach, L., Vandermorris, S., & Rich, J. B. (2019). Measuring metamemory in diverse populations and settings: A systematic review and meta-analysis of the Multifactorial Memory Questionnaire. The measurement of participant-reported memory across diverse populations and settings: a systematic review and meta-analysis of the Multifactorial Memory Questionnaire
  3. Hudes, R., Rich, J. B., Troyer, A. K. Yusupov, I., & Vandermorris, S. (2019). The impact of memory-strategy training interventions on participant-reported outcomes in healthy older adults: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Psychology and Aging, 34(4), 587-597.
  4. Bernstein, L. J., McCreath, G. A., Nyhof-Young, J., Dissanayake, D., & Rich, J. B. (2018). A brief psychoeducational intervention improves memory contentment in breast cancer survivors with cognitive concerns: Results of a single-arm prospective study. Supportive Care in Cancer, 26(8), 2851-2859.
  5. Shaikh, K. T., Tatham, E. L., Parikh, P. K., McCreath, G. A., Rich, J. B., & Troyer, A. K. (2018). Development and psychometric validation of a novel questionnaire assessing the impact of memory changes. The Gerontologist.
  6. D’Souza, A. A., Moradzadeh, L., & Wiseheart, M. (2018). Musical training, bilingualism, and executive function: Working memory and inhibitory control. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications3(11).
  7. Turner, G.R., Novakovic-Agopian, T., KornblithAdnanA.,  Madore, M., Chen, A.J.W., & D'Esposito, M. (2019). Goal-Oriented Attention Regulation (GOALS) training in older adults. Aging and Mental Health. doi: 10.1080/13607863.2018.1534080
  8. Echlin HE, Gorbet DJ, Sergio LE (2020) Assessment of a Cognitive-Motor Training Program in Adults At-Risk for Developing Dementia (in press, Canadian Geriatrics Journal)
  9. Vachon C, Modchalingam S, ’t Hart BM, Henriques The effect of age on visuomotor learning processes. Under review in PLoS One. Uploaded July 2019. PsyArxiv.
  10. D’Souza, A. A., Moradzadeh, L., & Wiseheart, M. (2018). Musical training, bilingualism, and executive function: Working memory and inhibitory control. Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications3(11).
  11. Kim, A. S. N., Saberi, F. M., Wiseheart, M., & Rosenbaum, R. S. (2018). Ameliorating episodic memory deficits in a young adult with developmental (congenital) amnesia. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society24(9), 1003-1012.
  12. Bercovitz, K. E., Bell, M. C., Simone, P. M., & Wiseheart, M. (2017). The spacing effect in older and younger adults: Does context matter? Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition24, 703-716.
  13. Peisachovich, E, H., Murtha, S., Phillips, A, and Messinger, G.  (2016).  Flipping the Classroom: A Pedagogical Approach to Applying Clinical Judgment by Engaging, Interacting, and Collaborating with Nursing Students.  International Journal of Higher Education.
  14. Peisachovich, E., Nelles, L.J., Murtha, S., Popovic, C., Epstein, I., and Da Silva, C. (2017) Proposing a Model to Embed a Simulated-Person Methodology Program within Higher Education. Journal of Innovation in Teaching and Education International.
  15. Ryan, J. D., D'Angelo, M. C., Kamino, D., Ostreicher, M., Moses, S. N., & Rosenbaum, R. S. (2016). Relational learning and transitive expression in aging and amnesia. Hippocampus, 26(2), 170–184. [PDF]
  16. Ostreicher, M.L., Moses, S.N., Rosenbaum, R.S., & Ryan, J.D. (2010). Prior experience supports new learning of relations in aging. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 65B(1), 32–41 [PDF]
  17. Lubinsky, T., Rich, J., & Anderson, N. (2009). Errorless learning and elaborative self-generation in healthy older adults and individuals with amnestic mild cognitive impairment: Mnemonic benefits and mechanisms. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 15(5), 704-716.
  1. Halilova, J.G, Addis, D.R., & Rosenbaum, R.S. (2020). Getting better without memory. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 15(8), 815-825.
  2. Curtis, A., Turner G. A., Park N., Murtha S. J. E. (2017) Improving Visual Spatial Working Memory in Younger and Older Adults: Effects of Cross-Modal Cues. Journal of Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition, Fall 2017.
  3. Hudes, R., Rich, J. B., Troyer, A. K., Yusupov, I., & Vandermorris, S. (2019). The impact of memory-strategy training interventions on participant-reported outcomes in healthy older adults: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Psychology and Aging, 34(4), 587-597.
  4. Curtis, A. F., Park, N. W., Turner, G. R., & Murtha, S. J. E. Improving spatial working memory in younger and older adults: Effects of crossmodal cues.  2016 Cognitive Aging Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.
  5. Komal T Shaikh, Erica L Tatham, Preeyam K Parikh, Graham A McCreath, Jill B Rich, Angela K Troyer, Development and Psychometric Validation of a Questionnaire Assessing the Impact of Memory Changes in Older Adults, The Gerontologist. [PDF]
  6. Bercovitz, K. E., Bell, M. C., Simone, P. M., & Wiseheart, M. (2017). The spacing effect in older and younger adults: Does context matter? Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 24, 703-716. [PDF]
  7. Simone, P. M., Bell, M., & Cepeda, N. J. (2013). Diminished but not forgotten: Effects of aging on magnitude of spacing effect benefits. The Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 68, 674-680. [PDF]
  8. Rosenbaum, R., Winocur, G., Binns, M. A., & Moscovitch, M. (2012). Remote spatial memory in aging: all is not lost. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience [PDF].
  9. Crete-Nishihata, M., Baecker, R.M., Massimi, M., Ptak, D., Campigotto, R., Kaufman, L.D., Brickman, A.M., Turner, G.R., Steinerman, J., and Black, S.E. (2012). Reconstructing the Past: Personal Memory Technologies Are Not Just Personal and Not Just for Memory. Human-Computer Interaction. 27(1-2). 1-32.
  10. Winocur, G., Moscovitch, M., Rosenbaum, R. S., & Sekeres, M. (2010). A study of remote spatial memory in aged rats. Neurobiology of Aging, 31, 143-150. [PDF]
  11. Rosenbaum, R. S., Furey, M. L., Horwitz, B., & Grady, C. L. (2010). Altered connectivity among emotion-related brain regions during short-term memory in Alzheimer's disease. Neurobiology of aging, 31(5), 780–786.
  12. Karantzoulis, S., Troyer, A., & Rich, J. (2009). Prospective memory in amnestic mild cognitive impairment. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 15(3), 407-415. [PDF]
  13. Levine, B., Svoboda, E.M., Turner, G.R., Mandic, M., & Mackey, A. (2009). Behavioral and functional neuroanatomical correlates of autobiographical memory in isolated retrograde amnesic patient M.L. Neuropsychologia, 47(11). Pages 2188-2196
  14. Stevens, W., Hasher, L., Chew, K. S., & Grady, C. L. (2008). A neural mechanism underlying memory failure in older adults. The Journal of Neuroscience, 28(48), 12820-12824.[PDF]
  15. Roncadin, C., Pascual-Leone, J., Rich, J., & Dennis, M. (2007). Developmental relations between working memory and inhibitory control. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 13(1), 59-67. [PDF]
  16. Phillips, N. A., Chertkow, H., Leblanc, M. M., Pim, H., & Murtha, S. (2004). Functional and anatomical memory indices in patients with or at risk for Alzheimer's disease. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 10, 200-210.
  17. Troyer, A. K., & Rich, J. B. (2002). Psychometric properties of a new metamemory questionnaire for older adults. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 57B(1), 19-27. [PDF]
  18. Fung, T. D., Chertkow, H., Murtha, S., Whatmough, C., Péloquin, L., Whitehead, V., & Templeman, F. D. (2001). The spectrum of category effects in object and action knowledge in dementia of the Alzheimer's type. Neuropsychology, 15(3), 371-379.
  1. Ebner, N.C., Ellis, D.M., Lin, T., Rocha, H.A., Yang, H., Dommaraju, S., Soliman, A., Woodard, D.L., Turner, G.R., Spreng, R.N. & Oliveira, D. (2019). Uncovering susceptibility risk to online deception in aging. The Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences.
  2. Massie, A. S., & Meisner, B. A. (2019). Perceptions of aging and experiences of ageism as constraining factors of moderate to vigorous leisure-time physical activity in later life. Society & Leisure, 42(1), 24-42.
  3. Harris LR, Jenkin M, Dyde RT, Jenkin H (2011) “Enhancing visual cues to orientation: suggestions for space travellers and the elderly”. Progress in Brain Research 191: 133-142 [PDF]
  4. Wilson, H. R., Mei, M., Habak, C., & Wilkinson, F. (2011). Visual bandwidths for face orientation increase during healthy aging. Vision Research, 51, 160-164. [PDF]
  5. McLaughlin, P.M., Murtha, S.J.E. (2010). The effects of age and exogenous support on visual search performance. Experimental Aging Research, 26 (3), p325-345.
  6. Habak, C., Wilkinson, F., & Wilson, H. R. (2008). Aging disrupts the neural transformations that link facial identity across views. Vision Research, 48(1), 9-15.
  7. Habak, C., Wilkinson, F., & Wilson, H. R. (2009). Preservation of shape discrimination in aging. Journal of Vision, 9(18). [PDF]
  8. Tippett W, J, Krajewski A, Sergio L, E: Visuomotor Integration Is Compromised in Alzheimer’s Disease Patients Reaching for Remembered Targets. Eur Neurol 2007;58:1-11.
  9. Tippett, W. J., & Sergio, L. E. (2006). Visuomotor integration is impaired in early stage Alzheimer's disease. Brain Research, 1102, 92-102. [PDF]
  10. Rivest J, Kim J, S, Intriligator J, Sharpe J, A: Effect of Aging on Visual Shape Distortion. Gerontology 2004;50:142-151. [PDF]
  1. Simic, T., Bitan, T., Turner, G.R., Chambers, C., Goldberg, D., Leonard, C. & Rochon, E. (2019). The role of executive control in post-stroke aphasia treatment. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 1-40. DOI: 10.1080/09602011.2019.1611607
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