Sherry L. Willis, Ph.D.
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|Gerstorf D, Hülür G, Drewelies J, et al. (2020) Adult development and aging in historical context. The American Psychologist. 75: 525-539|
|Hülür G, Ram N, Willis SL, et al. (2019) Cohort differences in cognitive aging: The role of perceived work environment. Psychology and Aging. 34: 1040-1054|
|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|
|Graham EK, Rutsohn JP, Turiano NA, et al. (2017) Personality Predicts Mortality Risk: An Integrative Data Analysis of 15 International Longitudinal Studies. Journal of Research in Personality. 70: 174-186|
|Tomaszewski Farias S, Giovannetti T, Payne BR, et al. (2017) Self-perceived Difficulties in Everyday Function Precede Cognitive Decline among Older Adults in the ACTIVE Study. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : Jins. 1-9|
|Rast P, Kennedy KM, Rodrigue KM, et al. (2017) APOEε4 Genotype and Hypertension Modify 8-year Cortical Thinning: Five Occasion Evidence from the Seattle Longitudinal Study. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 1-12|
|Parisi JM, Gross AL, Marsiske M, et al. (2017) Control beliefs and cognition over a 10-year period: Findings from the ACTIVE trial. Psychology and Aging. 32: 69-75|
|Zahodne LB, Meyer OL, Choi E, et al. (2015) External locus of control contributes to racial disparities in memory and reasoning training gains in active. Psychology and Aging. 30: 561-72|
|Hülür G, Ram N, Willis SL, et al. (2015) Cognitive dedifferentiation with increasing age and proximity of death: Within-person evidence from the Seattle Longitudinal Study. Psychology and Aging. 30: 311-23|
|Parisi JM, Franchetti MK, Rebok GW, et al. (2014) Depressive symptoms and inductive reasoning performance: findings from the ACTIVE reasoning training intervention. Psychology and Aging. 29: 843-51|