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Reaction Time, Age, and Cognitive Ability: Longitudinal Findings from Age 16 to 63 Years in Representative Population Samples
Abstract Reaction time variables are used widely in studies of human cognitive ageing and in research on the information processing foundations of psychometric intelligence. The research is largelyExpand
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Grip Strength across the Life Course: Normative Data from Twelve British Studies
Introduction Epidemiological studies have shown that weaker grip strength in later life is associated with disability, morbidity, and mortality. Grip strength is a key component of the sarcopenia andExpand
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The impact of retirement on physical activity
Most adults do not achieve the levels of physical activity currently recommended for a healthy lifestyle. Population surveys suggest that there is a linear decline of activity levels with age, yetExpand
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Reaction times and intelligence differences: A population-based cohort study
The association between reaction times and psychometric intelligence test scores is a major plank of the information-processing approach to mental ability differences. An important but unavailableExpand
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A Handbook of Statistical Analyses Using SAS
Introduction to SAS Introduction User Interface SAS Language Reading Data-The Data Step Modifying SAS Data Proc Step Global Statements SAS Graphics ODS-The Output Delivery System Enhancing OutputExpand
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Do housing tenure and car access predict health because they are simply markers of income or self esteem? A Scottish study.
OBJECTIVE: To investigate relations between health (using a range of measures) and housing tenure or car access; and to test the hypothesis that observed relations between these asset based measuresExpand
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Haemodynamic reactions to acute psychological stress and smoking status in a large community sample
Exaggerated haemodynamic reactions to acute psychological stress have been implicated in a number of adverse health outcomes. This study examined, in a large community sample, the cross-sectionalExpand
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A Handbook of Statistical Analyses using SAS, Third Edition
A Handbook of Statistical Analyses using SAS, Third Edition continues to provide a straightforward description of how to conduct various statistical analyses using SAS. Expand
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Increased blood pressure reactions to acute mental stress are associated with 16-year cardiovascular disease mortality.
Exaggerated cardiovascular reactions to acute psychological stress may be involved in the etiology of cardiovascular pathology. The present analysis examined the association between the magnitude ofExpand
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