Timothy Salthouse

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University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 
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Laura Long research assistant 2011-2012
Arielle R. Mandell research assistant 2009-2013 UVA (PsychTree)
David Z. Hambrick grad student UVA
Karen L. Siedlecki grad student 2006 UVA
Lacy E. Krueger grad student 2009 UVA
Elliot M. Tucker-Drob grad student 2009 UVA (PsychTree)
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Siedlecki KL, Falzarano F, Salthouse TA. (2019) Examining Gender Differences in Neurocognitive Functioning Across Adulthood. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : Jins. 1-10
Tsapanou A, Habeck C, Gazes Y, et al. (2019) Brain biomarkers and cognition across adulthood. Human Brain Mapping
Falzarano F, Minahan J, Yazdani N, et al. (2019) EXAMINING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING AND SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING ACROSS AGE Innovation in Aging. 3: S649-S649
Falzarano F, Siedlecki KL, Salthouse T. (2019) INVESTIGATING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOCIAL SUPPORT AND COGNITION AS MEDIATED BY HEALTH AND POSITIVE AFFECT Innovation in Aging. 3: S648-S648
Falzarano F, Minahan J, Siedlecki KL, et al. (2019) INVESTIGATING MODERATORS OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SUBJECTIVE AND OBJECTIVE MEMORY Innovation in Aging. 3: S40-S41
Salthouse TA. (2018) Trajectories of normal cognitive aging. Psychology and Aging
Salthouse TA. (2017) Why Is Cognitive Change More Negative With Increased Age? Neuropsychology
Salthouse TA. (2017) Comparable Consistency, Coherence, and Commonality of Measures of Cognitive Functioning Across Adulthood. Assessment. 1073191117721742
Salthouse TA. (2016) Contributions of the Individual Differences Approach to Cognitive Aging. The Journals of Gerontology. Series B, Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences. 7-15
Salthouse TA. (2016) Shared and Unique Influences on Age-Related Cognitive Change. Neuropsychology
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