Recent Submissions

  • Rethinking Memory Systems for Statistical Learning 

    Turk-Browne, Nicholas (2019-02-27)
    Dogma states that memory can be divided into distinct types, based on whether conscious or not, one-shot or incremental, autobiographical or factual, sensory or motor, etc. These distinctions have been supported by ...
  • Theories, Methods, and Data: A Dance and a Conversation 

    Boker, Steven M. (2019-01-30)
    Three dimensions of Cattell's persons by variables by time data box are discussed in the context of three types of researchers each wanting to answer their own categorically different question. The example of the well-known ...
  • Cognitive Aging and Self-Management: Opportunities for Technology 

    Insel, Kathleen C. (2019-01-16)
    Self-management of chronic conditions increases among older adults at the same time capacity for self-management may diminish. Addressing limitations in prospective memory through strategies developed to improve medication ...
  • Cognition on the Go: The Opportunities and Challenges for Mobile Cognitive Health Research 

    Sliwinski, Martin J. (2018-12-05)
    The use of mobile technology affords novel opportunities to mitigate temporal, geographic, and personnel constraints imposed by in-person cognitive testing procedures, and to improve temporal precision by increasing the ...
  • Work, Family, and Physiological Health 

    French, Kimberly (2018-09-19)
    Work and family are two core sources of personal identity, facilitating joy, accomplishment, and belonging. At the same time, work and family roles may conflict with one another, resulting in feelings of stress, strained ...
  • Optimizing Everyday Function in Older Adults: Translating the Evidence 

    Rebok, George W. (2018-05-02)
    Older adults are more likely to fear losing their cognitive abilities than their physical abilities. Fortunately, a growing body of research suggests that cognitive decline isn’t inevitable for most people as they age and ...
  • Imaging in "Healthy" Aging and Dementia: A Bigger Sandbox 

    Crosson, Bruce (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2018-03-28)
    A growing consensus in the field of dementia research is that Alzheimer’s disease (AD) starts long before, perhaps decades before, the manifestation of its cognitive phenotype. Further, recent research suggests that reduction ...