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Ambulatory Assessment in the Research on Aging
Contemporary and Future Applications
Older adults have surprisingly high levels of well-being, which has been referred to as a paradox in the past. Improved emotion regulation has been suggested to underlie these high levels of well-being. Later life is also ...
Illuminating the dark matter of social neuroscience: considering the problem of social interaction from philosophical, psychological, and neuroscientific perspectives
Successful human social interaction depends on our capacity to understand other people's mental states and to anticipate how they will react to our actions. Despite its importance to the human condition, the exact mechanisms ...
Content-specific coordination of listeners' to speakers' EEG during communication
Cognitive neuroscience has recently begun to extend its focus from the isolated individual mind to two or more individuals coordinating with each other. In this study we uncover a coordination of neural activity between ...
Testing the Limits of Optimizing Dual-Task Performance in Younger and Older Adults
Impaired dual-task performance in younger and older adults can be improved with practice. Optimal conditions even allow for a (near) elimination of this impairment in younger adults. However, it is unknown whether such ...
Temporospatial dissociation of Pe subcomponents for perceived and unperceived errors
Previous research on performance monitoring revealed that errors are followed by an initial fronto-central negative deflection (error-related negativity, ERN or Ne) and a subsequent centro-parietal positivity (error ...
A Two-Phase Pathogenetic Model of Depression after Stroke
Depression is among the major long-term complications of cerebral stroke. Occurring in about 30% of all stroke survivors, ‘poststroke depression' (PSD) is known to be associated with prolonged recovery, reduced quality of ...
Editorial: Subjective Perceptions of Memory Functioning in Old Age - Nature, Correlates, and Developmental Trajectories
Subjective memory complaints are often used as diagnostic criteria for several neurocognitive disorders. Although a number of studies have examined subjective memory and its associations with memory functioning in adulthood ...
On the impacts of working memory training on executive functioning
Recent studies have reported improvements in a variety of cognitive functions following sole working memory (WM) training. In spite of the emergence of several successful training paradigms, the scope of transfer effects ...