Pat Rabbitt

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Manchester University, North Manchester, IN, United States 
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Rabbitt P. (2012) A life in grey areas: Cognitive gerontology from 1957 to 2007 Inside Psychology: a Science Over 50 Years
Rabbitt P. (2012) Introduction Inside Psychology: a Science Over 50 Years
Rabbitt P. (2012) Inside Psychology: A Science Over 50 Years Inside Psychology: a Science Over 50 Years. 1-312
Rabbitt P, Anderson M. (2012) The Lacunae of Loss? Aging and the Differentiation of Cognitive Abilities Lifespan Cognition: Mechanisms of Change
Ghisletta P, Rabbitt P, Lunn M, et al. (2012) Two thirds of the age-based changes in fluid and crystallized intelligence, perceptual speed, and memory in adulthood are shared Intelligence. 40: 260-268
Rabbitt P. (2011) Between-individual variability and interpretation of associations between neurophysiological and behavioral measures in aging populations: comment on Salthouse (2011). Psychological Bulletin. 137: 785-9
Rabbitt P, Lunn M, Pendleton N, et al. (2011) Terminal pathologies affect rates of decline to different extents and age accelerates the effects of terminal pathology on cognitive decline. The Journals of Gerontology. Series B, Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences. 66: 325-34
Md Yusof MY, Horan MA, Jones M, et al. (2010) Developing a self-reported comorbidity index to predict mortality of community-dwelling older adults. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics. 50: e63-7
Williams LR, Hutchinson CE, Jackson A, et al. (2010) Clinical correlates of cerebral white matter hyperintensities in cognitively normal older adults. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics. 50: 127-31
Payton A, Miyajima F, Ollier W, et al. (2010) Investigation of a functional quinine oxidoreductase (NQO2) polymorphism and cognitive decline. Neurobiology of Aging. 31: 351-2
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