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healthy older adults. In T. P. Alloway & R. G. Alloway Working Memory: The Connected
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benefit untrained cognitive outcomes in older adults: A meta-analysis. Journal of the
American Geriatric Association, 60(1), 136-141.
- Zelinski E. M., Dalton S. E., Smith, G. E. (2011). Consumer-based brain fitness programs. In: Larue A,
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Development of Community Programs. New York: Springer, pp 45-66.
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Improvement in memory with plasticity-based adaptive cognitive training: results of the 3-
month follow-up. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 59(2), 258-65.
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Generations, 35(2), 13-20.
- Lewis, K. L. & Zelinski, E. M. (2010). List and text recall differ in their predictors: replication over
samples and time. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 65B(4), 449-458.
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cognitive training program based on principles of brain plasticity: Results from the
improvement in memory with plasticity-based adaptive cognitive training (IMPACT) study.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 57(4), 94-603.
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Neuroscience, 27(5), 455-471.
- Zelinski, E. M. & Reyes, R. (2009). Cognitive benefits of computer games for older adults.
Gerontechnology, 8(4), 220-235.
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cohort matters. In H. Bosworth & C. Hertzog (Eds.), Aging and Cognition: Research Methodologies and Empirical Advances
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Applied Cognitive Psychology, 22, 171-192.
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attrition bias and missing data treatment. Psychology and Aging, 20:3, 460-475.
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Hauppauge, NY, US: Nova Science Publishers.
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and Aging, 18:1, 38-53
- McGinnis, D. & Zelinski, E. M. (2003). Understanding unfamiliar words in young, young-old, and old-old adults: inferential processing
and the abstraction-deficit hypothesis. Psychology and Aging, 18, 497-509.
- Zelinski, E. M. & Gilewski, M. J. (2003). Effects of demographic and health variables on rasch scaled cognitive scores. Journal of
Aging and Health, 15, 435-464.
- Zelinski, E. M. & Lewis, K. L. (2003). Adult age differences in multipe cognitive functions: differentiation, dedifferentiation, or
process-specific change? Psychology and Aging, 18:4, 727-745.
- Zelinski, E. M., Burnight, K. P., & Lane, C. J. (2001). The relationship between subjective and objective memory in the oldest-old:
comparisons of findings from a representative and a convenience sample. Journal of Aging and Health, 13, 248-266.
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and cognition. Home Health Care Services Quarterly, 19, 45-55.
- McGinnis, D. & Zelinski, E. M. (2000). Understanding unfamiliar words: the influence of processing resources, vocabulary knowledge, and age.
Psychology and Aging, 15, 335-350.
- Zelinski, E. M., Crimmins, E., Reynolds, S., & Seeman, T. (1998). Do medical conditions affect cognition in older adults? Health
Psychology, 17, 504-512.
- Zelinski, E. M. & Stewart, S. T. (1998). Individual differences in 16-year memory changes. Psychology and Aging, 13, 622-630.
- McGinnis, D. & Zelinski, E. M. (1997). Sixteen-year longitudinal and time lag changes in memory and cognition in older adults.
Psychology and Aging, 12, 503-513.
- Zelinski, E. M. & Hyde, J.C. (1996). Old words, new meaning: aging and sense creation. Journal of Memory and Language, 35, 689-707.