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Handbook of cognitive aging: interdisciplinary perspectives

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Handbook of cognitive aging: interdisciplinary perspectives

Hofer, Scott M.
Alwin, Duane F.

Publication Year:

Cognition -- Age factors
Aging -- Psychological aspects
Aging -- psychology

Call Number:
BF 724.55 .C63 .H36 2008

  • Opportunities and Challenges for Interdisciplinary Research. Duane F. Alwin Scott M. Hofer. pp2-33.
  • Theoretical Approaches to the Study of Cognitive Aging: An Individual-Differences Perspective. Christopher Hertzog. pp34-49.
  • Integrative Perspectives on Cognitive Aging: Measurement and Modeling With Mixtures of Psychological and Biological Variables. Keith F. Widaman. pp50-68.
  • Population Processes and Cognitive Aging. Duane F. Alwain Ryan J. McCammon Linda A. Wray Williard L. Rodgers. pp69-89.
  • Consequences of the Ergodic Theorems for Classical Test Theory, Factor Analysis, and the Analysis of Developmental Process. Peter C. M. Molenaar. pp90-104.
  • The Missing Person: Some Limitations in the Contemporary Study of Cognitive Aging. Dale Dannefer Robin Shura Patterson. pp105- 121.
  • Challenges in Attention; Measures, Methods, adn Applications. Joan M. McDowd Lesa Hoffman. pp122-133.
  • Everything We Know About Aging and Response Times: A Meta-Analytic Integration. Paul Verhaeghen John Cerella. pp134-150.
  • Age-Related Changes in Memory: Experimental Approaches. Susan R. Old Moshe Naveh-Benjamin. pp151-167.
  • Prospective Memory and Aging: Old Issues and New Questions. Mark A. McDaniel Gilles O. Einstein. pp168-180.
  • Dimensions of Cognitive Aging: Executive Function and Verbal Fluency. Susan Kemper Joan M. McDowd. pp181-192.
  • Executive Function in Cognitive, Neuropsychological, and Clinical Aging. Mary A. Luszcz Anna P. Lane. pp193-206.
  • Everyday Problem Solving In Context. Cynthia A. Berg. pp207-223.
  • Individual Differences in Verbal Learning in Old Age. Daniel Zimprich Philippe Rast Mike Martin. pp224-243.
  • Expertise and Knowledge. Neil Charness Ralf T. Krampe. pp244-259.
  • Integrating Health Into Cognitive Aging Research and Theory: Quo Vadis?. Avron Spiro III Christopher B. Brady. pp260-283.
  • Cognitive Change as Conditional on Age Heterogeneity in Onset of Mortality-Related Processes and Repeated Testing Effects. Valgeir Thorvaldsson Scott M. Hofer Linda B. Hassing Boo Johansson. pp284-297.
  • Neurological Factors in Cognitive Aging. Robert S. Wilson. pp298-307.
  • Imaging Aging: Present and Future. Scott M. Hayes Roberto Cabeza. pp308-326.
  • Cognitive Aging and Functional Biomarkers: What Do We Know, and Where to From Here?. Kaarin Anstey. pp327-339.
  • Assessing the Relationship of Cognitive Aging and Processes of Dementia. Gwenith G. Fisher Brenda : Plassman Steven G. Geeringa Kenneth M. Langa. pp340-351.
  • Developing a Cultural Cognitive Neuroscience of Aging. Denise C. Park. pp352-367.
  • Historical Processes and Patterns of Cognitive Aging. K. Warner Schaie. pp368-383.
  • Minority Populations and Cognitive Aging. Keith Whitfield Adrienne Aiken Morgan. pp384-397.
  • Race, Culture, Education and Cognitive Test Performance Among Older Adults. Jennifer J. Manly. pp398-417.
  • Social Structure and Cognitive Change. Duane F. Alwin. pp418-445.
  • Integrative Analysis of Longitudinal Studies on Aging: Collaborative Research Networks, Meta-Analysis, and Optimizing Future Studies. Andrea M. Piccinin Scott M. Hofer. pp446-476.
  • Time-Based and Process-Based Approaches to Analysis of Longitudinal Data. Martin Sliwinski Jacqueline Mogle. pp477-491.
  • Considerations for Sampling Time in Research on Aging: Examples From Research on Stress and Cognition. Shevaun D. Neupert Robert S. Stawski David M. Almeida. pp492-505.
  • Cognitive Testing in Large-Scale Surveys: Assessment by Telephone. Margie E. Lachman Patricia A. Tun. pp506-523.
  • Continuous, Unobtrusive Monitoring for the Assessment of Cognitive Function. Mischa Pavel Holly Jimison Tamara Hayes Jeffrey Kaye Eric Dishman Katherine Wild Devin Williams. pp524-543.
  • Animal Models of Human Cognitive Aging. Gerald E. McClearn David A. Blizard. pp544-556.
  • Genetic and Environmental Influences on Cognitive Change. Chandra A. Reynolds. pp557-574.
  • Does Participation in Cognitive Activities Buffer Age-Related Cognitive Decline?. Brent J. Small Cathy L. McEvoy. pp575-586.
  • The Added Value of an Applied Perspective in Cognitive Gerontology . Matthias Kliegel Peter Rendell Mareike Altgassen. pp587-602.
  • Social Resources and Cognitive Function in Older Persons. Lisa L. Barnes Kathleen A Cagney Carlos F. Mendes de Leon. pp603-613.
  • Social Context and Cognition. Fredda Blanchard-Fields Michelle Horhota Andrew Mienaltnowski. pp614- 628.
  • Dyadic Cognition in Old Age: Paradigms, Findings, and Directions. Mike Martin Melanie Wight. pp629- 646.
  • Midlife Cognition: The Association of Personality With Cognition and Risk of Cognitive Impairment. Sherry L. Willis Julie Blaskewicz Boron. pp647-661.
  • The Future of Cognitive Aging Research: Interdisciplinary Perspectives and Integrative Science. Scott M. Hofer Suane F. Alwin. pp662-672.

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