During the past two decades, there has been a dramatic increase in interest in the study of aging-related changes in cognitive abilities. In this volume researchers from a variety of theoretical perspectives discuss adult age differences in a wide range of cognitive skills. Of special interest is the extent to which aging effects on performance are related to variations in the representation, organization, and utilization of knowledge, broadly defined. Recent research and theory in the field of aging has emphasized the need to examine such processes more closely in order to provide a more complete understanding of aging effects on cognitive behavior.
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The Assessment of Qualitative Age Differences in Discourse Processing
Aging and Schematic Influences on Memory
Metamemory in Adulthood: Differentiating Knowledge, Belief, and Behavior
Cognition and Aging: A Theory of New Learning and the Use of Old Connections
Semantic-Memory Function and Dysfunction in Alzheimer's Disease
A Developmental Approach to the Study of Visual Cognition in the Elderly
Expertise and Aging: Life in the Lab
Levels of Knowledge Utilization and Visual Information Processing
Aging and Everyday Cognitive Abilities
Affect, Control, and Real World Problem Solving across the Adult Lifespan