- Title Pages
- Chapter 1 Aging and response times: a comparison of sequential sampling models
- Chapter 2 Inconsistency in response time as an indicator of cognitive aging
- Chapter 3 Aging and the ability to ignore irrelevant information in visual search and enumeration tasks
- Chapter 4 Individual differences and cognitive models of the mind: using the differentiation hypothesis to distinguish general and specific cognitive processes
- Chapter 5 Reaction time parameters, intelligence, ageing, and death: the West of Scotland Twenty-07 study
- Chapter 6 The wrong tree: time perception and time experience in the elderly
- Chapter 7 The chronometrics of task-set control
- Chapter 8 An evaluation of the frontal lobe theory of cognitive aging
- Chapter 9 The gateway hypothesis of rostral prefrontal cortex (area 10) function
- Chapter 10 Prefrontal cortex and Spearman's <i>g</i>
- Chapter 11 On reducing age-related declines in memory and executive control
- Chapter 12 Working memory and aging
- Chapter 13 The own-age effect in face recognition
- Chapter 14 Cognitive ethology: giving real life to attention research
- Chapter 15 Are automated actions beyond conscious access?
- Chapter 16 Operator functional state: the prediction of breakdown in human performance
- Measuring the Mind: Speed, control, and age
- Oxford University Press
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