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Cognitive Mechanisms of Wise Reasoning Across the Adult Lifespan
Investigations have begun to unpack the cognitive architecture of wisdom, yet, controversies remain, including disparate notions of the role of memory. There is no agreed upon definition of wisdom; however, there is consensus ...
The Effects of Prior Knowledge on Mnemonic Discrimination in Young and Other Adults, and in Hippocampal Amnesia
The hippocampus is critical to discriminating between newly learned, highly similar stimuli; less clear is its role in discriminating representations based on prior knowledge. In this study, young adults, older adults ...
Development and Validation of the Memory Impact Questionnaire
Many healthy older adults experience age-related memory changes that can impact complex activities of everyday living. Whereas qualitative interviews have been useful in gaining insight into the experience of older adults ...
Accuracy of the Montreal Cognitive Assessment in Detecting Cognitive Impairment Following Stroke
Vascular cognitive impairment (VCI) post stroke is frequent, but may go undetected, which highlights the need to better screen cognitive functioning post stroke. We sought to examine the diagnostic accuracy of the Montreal ...