Psychology and Aging

Papers
(The TQCC of Psychology and Aging is 7. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-02-01 to 2024-02-01.)
ArticleCitations
The effectiveness of nonpharmacological interventions for informal dementia caregivers: An updated systematic review and meta-analysis.116
Age differences in reported social networks and well-being.87
Task characteristics influence facial emotion recognition age-effects: A meta-analytic review.59
Differential effects of cognitive training modules in healthy aging and mild cognitive impairment: A comprehensive meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials.54
Healthy ageing reduces the precision of episodic memory retrieval.45
Aging and altruism: A meta-analysis.42
Subjective age from childhood to advanced old age: A meta-analysis.35
Age-related change in self-perceptions of aging: Longitudinal trajectories and predictors of change.31
Tailored versus manualized interventions for dementia caregivers: The functional analysis-guided modular intervention.28
Self-perceptions of aging: A systematic review of longitudinal studies.27
Well-being trajectories of middle-aged and older adults and the corona pandemic: No “COVID-19 effect” on life satisfaction, but increase in depressive symptoms.26
A comparison of primary and secondary caregivers of persons with dementia.26
Aging and inhibition: Introduction to the special issue.24
The effects of stereotype threat on older adults’ walking performance as a function of task difficulty and resource evaluations.23
Introduction to the special issue on prosociality in adult development and aging: Advancing theory within a multilevel framework.22
Change in attitudes toward aging: Cognitive complaints matter more than objective performance.19
Trajectories of multiple subjective well-being facets across old age: The role of health and personality.19
Foreign language learning in older age does not improve memory or intelligence: Evidence from a randomized controlled study.19
Loneliness and hostility in older adults: A cross-lagged model.17
Risk of cognitive declines with retirement: Who declines and why?17
Longitudinal changes in subjective social status are linked to changes in positive and negative affect in midlife, but not in later adulthood.16
Age and gender differences in human values: A 20-nation study.16
Age differences in strategic reminder setting and the compensatory role of metacognition.16
A diffusion model analysis of the effects of aging in the Flanker Task.16
Does being active mean being purposeful in older adulthood? Examining the moderating role of retirement.15
Disaster stressors and psychological well-being in older adults after a flood.15
Helping out or helping yourself? Volunteering and life satisfaction across the retirement transition.15
Adverse childhood experiences and domain-specific cognitive function in a population-based study of older adults in rural South Africa.14
State mindfulness and affective well-being in the daily lives of middle-aged and older adults.14
Feeling younger as a stress buffer: Subjective age moderates the effect of perceived stress on change in functional health.14
Daily interpersonal tensions and well-being among older adults: The role of emotion regulation strategies.14
Stress, cognitive fusion and comorbid depressive and anxiety symptomatology in dementia caregivers.13
Cross-sectional and prospective association between personality traits and IADL/ADL limitations.13
Gaze patterns to emotional faces throughout the adult lifespan.13
Empathy at work: The role of age and emotional job demands.12
“I felt so old this morning.” Short-term variations in subjective age and the role of trait subjective age: Evidence from the ILSE/EMIL ecological momentary assessment data.12
Investigating message framing to improve adherence to technology-based cognitive interventions.12
Daily prosocial activities and well-being: Age moderation in two national studies.12
Internet use by middle-aged and older adults: Longitudinal relationships with functional ability, social support, and self-perceptions of aging.12
Subjective views of aging in very old age: Predictors of 2-year change in gains and losses.12
Longitudinal effects of subjective aging on health and longevity: An updated meta-analysis.12
Older adults show a more sustained pattern of effortful listening than young adults.11
Emotional approach coping in older adults as predictor of physical and mental health.11
Identifying predictors of self-perceptions of aging based on a range of cognitive, physical, and mental health indicators: Twenty-year longitudinal findings from the ILSE study.11
Prosociality across adulthood: A developmental and motivational perspective.11
Personal ideals of aging and longevity: The role of subjective discordances.11
Cognitive limitations in older adults receiving care reduces well-being among spouse caregivers.11
Complexity of work with people: Associations with cognitive functioning and change after retirement.11
Differential effects of proactive and retroactive interference in value-directed remembering for younger and older adults.11
A limit of the subjective age bias: Feeling younger to a certain degree, but no more, is beneficial for life satisfaction.11
More or less energy with age? A motivational life-span perspective on subjective energy, exhaustion, and opportunity costs.11
The bidirectional relationship between physical health and memory.11
Cross-sectional age differences in the Dark Triad traits in two Japanese samples.11
Trajectories of functional health and its associations with information processing speed and subjective well-being: The role of age versus time to death.11
Age-related differences in the impact of mind-wandering and visual distraction on performance in a go/no-go task.11
Age differences in intuitive moral decision-making: Associations with inter-network neural connectivity.10
Temporal discounting across adulthood: A systematic review and meta-analysis.10
Audiovisual speech is more than the sum of its parts: Auditory-visual superadditivity compensates for age-related declines in audible and lipread speech intelligibility.10
Creativity and aging: Positive consequences of distraction.10
Older adults remember more positive aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic.10
Sensor-measured sedentariness and physical activity are differentially related to fluid and crystallized abilities in aging.10
Constraints on motor planning across the life span: Physical, cognitive, and motor factors.10
The interaction of curiosity and reward on long-term memory in younger and older adults.10
Satisfying singlehood as a function of age and cohort: Satisfaction with being single increases with age after midlife.10
Implementation intentions and prospective memory function in late adulthood.10
Verbatim and gist memory in aging.10
The psychology of portfolio withdrawal rates.10
The impact of age on the temporal compression of daily life events in episodic memory.10
Dissociable neural mechanisms of cognition and well-being in youth versus healthy aging.10
Age differences in vulnerability to distraction under arousal.10
Age and intranasal oxytocin effects on trust-related decisions after breach of trust: Behavioral and brain evidence.9
Dehydration predicts longitudinal decline in cognitive functioning and well-being among older adults.9
Intraindividual variability in neural activity in the prefrontal cortex during active walking in older adults.9
Young and restless, old and focused: Age-differences in mind-wandering frequency and phenomenology.9
Frequency and strategicness of clock-checking explain detrimental age effects in time-based prospective memory.9
Daily cognitive complaints and engagement in older adulthood: Personality traits are more predictive than cognitive performance.9
Predictors of engagement in young and older adults: The role of specific activity experience.9
Changes in married older adults’ self-perceptions of aging: The role of gender.9
Older adults consider others’ intentions less but allocentric outcomes more than young adults during an ultimatum game.9
Tracking the dynamics of global and competitive inhibition in early and late adulthood: Evidence from the flanker task.9
Effects of acute stress on cognition in older versus younger adults.9
Decision-making competence in older adults: A rosy view from a longitudinal investigation.9
Lexical frequency affects functional activation and accuracy in picture naming among older and younger adults.9
Adult age differences in working memory capacity: Spared central storage but deficits in ability to maximize peripheral storage.8
Age-related decline in visual working memory: The effect of nontarget objects during a delayed estimation task.8
Effect of mortality salience on charitable donations: Evidence from a national sample.8
Age differences in the precision of memory at short and long delays.8
Distraction by unintentional recognition: Neurocognitive mechanisms and effects of aging.8
Aging shifts the relative contributions of episodic and semantic memory to decision-making.8
COVID-19 and perceiving finitude: Associations with future time perspective, death anxiety, and ideal life expectancy.8
Responses to interpersonal transgressions from early adulthood to old age.8
Prevalence of anxiety disorders and subthreshold anxiety throughout later life: Systematic review and meta-analysis.8
Unwanted help: Accepting versus declining ageist behavior affects impressions of older adults.8
20-year trajectories of health in midlife and old age: Contrasting the impact of personality and attitudes toward own aging.8
Leveraging goals to incentivize healthful behaviors across adulthood.8
Online experimentation and sampling in cognitive aging research.8
Hearing and visual acuity predict cognitive function in adults aged 45–85 years: Findings from the baseline wave of the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging (CLSA).8
Looking the same, but remembering differently: Preserved eye-movement synchrony with age during movie watching.8
Subjective age and attitudes toward own aging across two decades of historical time.7
Conscientiousness is associated with less amyloid deposition in cognitively normal aging.7
Does early-stage intervention improve caregiver well-being or their ability to provide care to persons with mild dementia or mild cognitive impairment? A systematic review and meta-analysis.7
Associations between social network components and cognitive domains in older adults.7
Recurrent involuntary memories are modulated by age and linked to mental health.7
Accurate response selection and inhibition in healthy aging: An event-related potential study.7
Age-group differences in instructed emotion regulation effectiveness: A systematic review and meta-analysis.7
Collaborative inhibition in same-age and mixed-age dyads.7
Adult age differences in specific and gist associative episodic memory across short- and long-term retention intervals.7
Intelligence and wisdom: Age-related differences and nonlinear relationships.7
Concurrent and enduring associations between married partners’ shared beliefs and markers of aging.7
Explaining age differences in the memory-experience gap.7
Novel information processing at work across time is associated with cognitive change in later life: A 14-year longitudinal study.7
Same old, same old? Age differences in the diversity of daily life.7
Dispositional factors account for age differences in self-reported mind-wandering.7
Multilayered social dynamics and depression among older adults: A 10-year cross-lagged analysis.7
Adult age-related changes in the specificity of episodic memory representations: A review and theoretical framework.7
Are age differences in recognition-based retrieval monitoring an epiphenomenon of age differences in memory?7
Beyond money: Nonmonetary prosociality across adulthood.7
Effects of aging in a task-switch paradigm with the diffusion decision model.7
The influence of verbatim versus gist formatting on younger and older adults’ information acquisition and decision-making.7
Supporting robust research on adult emotional development by considering context.7
Cholesterol and cognitive aging: Between-person and within-person associations in a population-based representative sample not on lipid-lowering medication.7
A developmental–contextual model of couple synchrony across adulthood and old age.7
Coordinated data analysis: Knowledge accumulation in lifespan developmental psychology.7
A tale of two emotions: The diverging salience and health consequences of calmness and excitement in old age.7
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