Browse Dept. of Psychology by Contributor "Kramer, Arthur"
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(1993)Earlier research has shown that a task-irrelevant sudden onset of an object will capture or draw an observer's visual attention to that object (e.g., Yantis & Jonides, 1984). Further research however has demonstrated ...
(2015-01-21)How do we prepare for complex tasks? Can we optimize preparatory control processes, especially as they decline with age? The research program detailed here sheds light on these questions by employing integrative paradigms ...
(2009)Multiple Sclerosis, a neurodegenerative disease of the central nervous system currently affects about 1,000,000 people worldwide. It is considered to be the second leading cause of physical disability in young adults and ...
White matter hyperintensities and lower extremity physical function before and after an aerobic exercise intervention in healthy older adults (2017-04-18)Background: Age-related declines take many forms including white matter deterioration, cognitive impairments, and mobility limitations, all of which can have practical implications, such as falling and making risky pedestrian ...