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The importance of age-related differences in prospective memory: Evidence from diffusion model analyses
Event-based prospective memory (PM) refers to relying on environmental cues to trigger retrieval of a deferred action plan from long-term memory. Considerable research has demonstrated PM declinesExpand
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A behavioral database for masked form priming
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We present a single, large, high-precision, multicondition experiment to address these problems. Expand
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Influence of tau PET, amyloid PET, and hippocampal volume on cognition in Alzheimer disease
Objective To examine the independent and interactive influences of neuroimaging biomarkers on retrospective cognitive decline. Methods A total of 152 middle-aged and older adult participants with atExpand
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Clinical and psychological characteristics of the initial cohort of the Dominantly Inherited Alzheimer Network (DIAN).
OBJECTIVE The purpose was to describe clinical, cognitive, and personality characteristics at baseline assessment of 249 participants, 19 to 60 years of age, in a multinational longitudinal study ofExpand
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Additive effects of word frequency and stimulus quality: the influence of trial history and data transformations.
A counterintuitive and theoretically important pattern of results in the visual word recognition literature is that both word frequency and stimulus quality produce large but additive effects inExpand
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The effect of incremental changes in phonotactic probability and neighborhood density on word learning by preschool children.
PURPOSE Phonotactic probability or neighborhood density has predominately been defined through the use of gross distinctions (i.e., low vs. high). In the current studies, the authors examined theExpand
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Dissociative global and local task-switching costs across younger adults, middle-aged adults, older adults, and very mild Alzheimer's disease individuals.
A task-switching paradigm was used to examine differences in attentional control across younger adults, middle-aged adults, healthy older adults, and individuals classified in the earliest detectableExpand
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Alzheimer disease biomarkers, attentional control, and semantic memory retrieval: Synergistic and mediational effects of biomarkers on a sensitive cognitive measure in non-demented older adults.
OBJECTIVE Past studies have shown that measures of attentional control and semantic memory are sensitive markers of Alzheimer's disease (AD). The effects of established biomarkers of ADExpand
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Alzheimer Disease Cerebrospinal Fluid Biomarkers Moderate Baseline Differences and Predict Longitudinal Change in Attentional Control and Episodic Memory Composites in the Adult Children Study.
Cognitive measures that are sensitive to biological markers of Alzheimer disease (AD) pathology are needed to (a) facilitate preclinical staging, (b) identify individuals who are at the highest riskExpand
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Dynamic Adjustments of Attentional Control in Healthy Aging
In standard attentional control tasks, interference effects are reduced following incongruent trials compared to congruent trials, a phenomenon known as the congruency sequence effect (CSE). TypicalExpand
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