Working Memory and Aging
Edited by Robert Logie, Robin Morris
Psychology Press – 2014 – 200 pages
Series: Current Issues in Memory
This edited collection contains chapters by major international level researchers in the field and represents the state-of-the-science on working memory and the ageing brain.
Logie & Morris, Introduction Angela Kilb & Moshe Naveh-Benjamin, The effects of divided attention on long-term memory in younger and older adults Anna Stigsdotter Neely & Lars Nyberg, Working Memory Training in Late Adulthood:A Behavioral and Brain Perspective, Irene E. Nagel and Ulman Lindenberger Functional neuroimaging investigations of age-related working memory decline Timothy A. Salthouse, Individual Differences in Working Memory and Aging Rebecca Charlton & Robin Morris, Structural correlates of age-related working memory decline Robert Logie & Mark Horne, What is and what is not affected by age in working memory Randall Engle, Commentary.