Cognitive Neuroscience of Aging: Linking Cognitive and Cerebral Aging

By Roberto Cabeza; Lars Nyberg et al. | Go to book overview

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Abe, O., 42, 48, 332, 338, 347
Abernethy, W. B., 110, 125
Aboitiz, F., 40, 48
Acker, J. D., 23, 32, 43, 54
Aertsen, A. M., 292, 301
Aguirre, G., 133, 154
Alain, C., 89, 99
Albanese, E., 326, 347
Albert, M. S., 193, 211
Alexander, G. E., 72–74, 75
Allan, K., 145–47, 151, 153, 288, 301, 327, 347
Allard, P., 66, 75
Allen, P. A., 158–59, 161, 162, 177, 181
Allison, T., 96, 99, 163, 164, 177
Alpert, N. M., 288, 307
Alsop, D. C., 111, 126
Alston, R. L., 21, 22, 53
Amalric, M., 59, 76
Amos, A. A., 372, 373
Anderson, J. R., 186, 211
Anderson, N. D., 221, 231, 233, 240, 289, 301, 326, 327, 338, 341–42, 344, 346, 347, 348, 373, 374–75
Andersson-Engels, S. R., 90, 99
Anderton-Brown, C., 132, 153
Andreasen, N. C., 288, 301
Andrew, R. D., 93, 99
Antonini, A., 66, 67, 76
Arenberg, D., 193, 211
Arendt, T., 19, 48
Arneric, S. P., 112, 128
Arnsten, A. F. T., 60, 77, 271, 282, 358, 359, 365, 373
Arthurs, O. J., 96, 99
Ashburner, J., 29, 48
Atchley, P., 162, 177
Atkinson, R. C., 187, 211
Attwell, D., 133, 151
Babcock, R. L., 190–91, 211, 216, 218, 219, 244
Bäckman, L., 59, 67–71, 73, 76, 221, 222, 232, 240, 271, 282, 290, 291, 296, 301–2, 316, 319, 334, 346, 347, 358, 363, 373–74
Baddeley, A., 188, 211
Baddeley, A. D., 186, 187, 211
Baker, J. T., 142, 151
Baldo, J. V., 195, 211
Balinsky, B., 337, 347
Ball, K., 310, 311, 318, 319
Balota, D. A., 160, 184–85, 271, 282, 286, 302
Baltes, P. B., 31, 52, 68, 80, 116, 128, 159, 177, 181, 235, 240, 243, 273, 281, 282, 284, 309, 312, 318, 319, 319, 337, 347, 354, 355, 370, 372–73, 374, 377
Bammer, R., 41, 53
Bandettini, P. A., 96, 99
Banich, M. T., 328–30, 338, 340, 343, 347, 353
Bannon, M. J., 66, 67, 76
Bao, S., 368, 374
Bar-Gad, I., 372, 374
Barg, F., 72, 77
Barker, W. W., 271, 282
Barnes, C. A., 19, 54
Baron, J.-C., 335, 348
Bartlett, J. C., 218, 240
Bartzokis, G., 21, 24, 28, 36, 48
Bashore, T. R., 88, 99
Baunez, C., 59, 76
Beardsall, L., 251, 256, 260, 262

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