David Maillet, Ph.D.

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2013-2015 Psychology Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
 2015- Rotman Research Institute U. of Toronto 
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M. Natasha Rajah grad student 2008-2013
Cheryl L. Grady post-doc 2017- University of Toronto
 (Topic: Bilingualism and aging. Source: Personal communication (Grady, 2019)ic: Mindwandering, the DMN and aging. Source: Personal communication (Grady, 2019))
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Maillet D, Beaty RE, Adnan A, et al. (2019) Aging and the wandering brain: Age-related differences in the neural correlates of stimulus-independent thoughts. Plos One. 14: e0223981
Maillet D, Beaty RE, Kucyi A, et al. (2019) Large-scale network interactions involved in dividing attention between the external environment and internal thoughts to pursue two distinct goals. Neuroimage
Maillet D, Beaty RE, Jordano ML, et al. (2018) Age-related differences in mind-wandering in daily life. Psychology and Aging. 33: 643-653
Turney IC, Dennis NA, Maillet D, et al. (2016) Exploring the influence of encoding format on subsequent memory. Memory (Hove, England). 1-11
Maillet D, Schacter DL. (2016) When the mind wanders: Distinguishing stimulus-dependent from stimulus-independent thoughts during incidental encoding in young and older adults. Psychology and Aging. 31: 370-9
Maillet D, Schacter DL. (2016) Default Network and Aging: Beyond the Task-Negative Perspective. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Maillet D, Rajah MN. (2016) Assessing the Neural Correlates of Task-unrelated Thoughts during Episodic Encoding and Their Association with Subsequent Memory in Young and Older Adults. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-16
Maillet D, Schacter DL. (2015) From mind wandering to involuntary retrieval: Age-related differences in spontaneous cognitive processes. Neuropsychologia
Kwon D, Maillet D, Pasvanis S, et al. (2015) Context Memory Decline in Middle Aged Adults is Related to Changes in Prefrontal Cortex Function. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Maillet D, Rajah MN. (2014) Age-related differences in brain activity in the subsequent memory paradigm: a meta-analysis. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 45: 246-57
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