Christopher Hertzog

Affiliations: 
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 
Area:
aging, meta-cognition
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Festini SB, Hertzog C, McDonough IM, et al. (2019) What makes us busy? Predictors of perceived busyness across the adult lifespan. The Journal of General Psychology. 1-23
Hülür G, Willis SL, Hertzog C, et al. (2018) Is subjective memory specific for memory performance or general across cognitive domains? Findings from the Seattle Longitudinal Study. Psychology and Aging. 33: 448-460
Hertzog C, Hülür G, Gerstorf D, et al. (2018) Is subjective memory change in old age based on accurate monitoring of age-related memory change? Evidence from two longitudinal studies. Psychology and Aging. 33: 273-287
Bottiroli S, Cavallini E, Dunlosky J, et al. (2017) Self-guided strategy-adaption training for older adults: Transfer effects to everyday tasks. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics. 72: 91-98
Chen X, Hertzog C, Park DC. (2017) Cognitive Predictors of Everyday Problem Solving across the Lifespan. Gerontology
Lebois LA, Hertzog C, Slavich GM, et al. (2016) Establishing the situated features associated with perceived stress. Acta Psychologica. 169: 119-132
Ennis GE, Moffat SD, Hertzog C. (2016) The cortisol awakening response and cognition across the adult lifespan. Brain and Cognition. 105: 66-77
Paggi ME, Jopp D, Hertzog C. (2016) The Importance of Leisure Activities in the Relationship between Physical Health and Well-Being in a Life Span Sample. Gerontology
Ariel R, Price J, Hertzog C. (2015) Age-Related Associative Memory Deficits in Value-Based Remembering: The Contribution of Agenda-Based Regulation and Strategy Use. Psychology and Aging
Fulton EK, Bulluck M, Hertzog C. (2015) Orienting to face expression during encoding improves men's recognition of own gender faces. Acta Psychologica. 161: 18-24
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