Karen L. Campbell

Psychology Brock University (Canada) 
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Guardia T, Cote KA, Healey MK, et al. (2024) Self-reported physical activity and sleep quality is associated with working memory function in middle-aged and older adults during the COVID-19 pandemic. Neuropsychology, Development, and Cognition. Section B, Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition. 1-20
Davis EE, Tehrani EK, Campbell KL. (2024) Some young adults hyper-bind too: Attentional control relates to individual differences in hyper-binding. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Henderson SE, Campbell KL. (2023) Reduced distinctiveness of event boundaries in older adults with poor memory performance. Psychology and Aging
Ryan AD, Smitko R, Campbell KL. (2023) Effect of situation similarity on younger and older adults' episodic simulation of helping behaviours. Scientific Reports. 13: 9167
Torres RE, Emrich SM, Campbell KL. (2023) Age differences in the use of positive and negative cues to filter distracting information from working memory. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Lugtmeijer S, Geerligs L, Tsvetanov KA, et al. (2023) Lifespan differences in visual short-term memory load-modulated functional connectivity. Neuroimage. 270: 119982
Ryan AD, O'Connor BB, Schacter DL, et al. (2022) Episodic simulation of helping behavior in younger and older adults during the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. 12: 443-456
Henderson SE, Hall SA, Callegari JM, et al. (2021) Increased alpha suppression with age during involuntary memory retrieval. Psychophysiology. e13947
Davis EE, Chemnitz E, Collins TK, et al. (2021) Looking the same, but remembering differently: Preserved eye-movement synchrony with age during movie watching. Psychology and Aging
Ryan AD, Campbell KL. (2021) The ironic effect of older adults' increased task motivation: Implications for neurocognitive aging. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
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