The Handbook of Aging and Cognition

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The Handbook of Aging and Cognition

Second Edition

Edited by Fergus I. M. Craik
University of Toronto Timothy A. Salthouse
University of Michigan

LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS 2000 Mahwah, New Jersey London

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • 1 - Aging of the Brain and Its Impact on Cognitive Performance: Integration of Structural and Functional Findings 1
  • Acknowledgments 70
  • References 70
  • 2 - Age-Related Changes in Memory: A Cognitive Neuroscience Perspective 91
  • Acknowledgments 137
  • References 137
  • 3 - Implications of Perceptual Deterioration for Cognitive Aging Research 155
  • Acknowledgments 210
  • References 210
  • 4 - Attention and Aging: A Functional Perspective 221
  • Acknowledgments 282
  • References 282
  • 5 - Human Memory 293
  • Acknowledgments 343
  • References 343
  • 6 - Language and Speech 359
  • Acknowledgments 406
  • References 406
  • 7 - Metacognition in Adulthood and Old Age 417
  • Acknowledgments 459
  • References 459
  • 8 - Methodological Assumptions in Cognitive Aging Research 467
  • References 496
  • 9 - Cognitive Functioning in Very Old Age 499
  • Acknowledgments 540
  • References 540
  • 10 - Human Factors, Applied Cognition, and Aging 559
  • Acknowledgments 586
  • References 586
  • 11 - Emotion and Cognition 593
  • Acknowledgments 626
  • References 626
  • 12 - Life-Span Perspectives on Self, Personality, and Social Cognition 633
  • Acknowledgments 675
  • References 675
  • 13 - Closing Comments 689
  • References 701
  • Author Index 705
  • Subject Index 751
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