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Change in cognitive performance from midlife into old age: Findings from the Midlife in the United States (MIDUS) study
ML Hughes, S Agrigoroaei, M Jeon, M Bruzzese, ME Lachman
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 24 (8), 805-820, 2018
1222018
Aging 5 Years in 5 Minutes The Effect of Taking a Memory Test on Older Adults’ Subjective Age
ML Hughes, L Geraci, R De Forrest
Psychological Science, 2013
1062013
Social comparisons of health and cognitive functioning contribute to changes in subjective age
ML Hughes, ME Lachman
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 73 (5), 816-824, 2018
562018
Age‐and sex‐dependent effects of footshock stress on subsequent alcohol drinking and acoustic startle behavior in mice selectively bred for high‐alcohol preference
JA Chester, GD Barrenha, ML Hughes, KJ Keuneke
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 32 (10), 1782-1794, 2008
562008
Time for change: using implementation intentions to promote physical activity in a randomised pilot trial
SA Robinson, AN Bisson, ML Hughes, J Ebert, ME Lachman
Psychology & health 34 (2), 232-254, 2019
512019
The effect of cognitive testing and feedback on older adults’ subjective age
L Geraci, R De Forrest, M Hughes, G Saenz, R Tirso
Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition 25 (3), 333-350, 2018
352018
Aging in context: Incorporating everyday experiences into the study of subjective age
ML Hughes, DR Touron
Frontiers in Psychiatry 12, 633234, 2021
302021
The bizarreness effect: evidence for the critical influence of retrieval processes
L Geraci, MA McDaniel, TM Miller, ML Hughes
Memory & Cognition 41 (8), 1228-1237, 2013
262013
The effect of prior task success on older adults’ memory performance: Examining the influence of different types of task success
L Geraci, ML Hughes, TM Miller, RL De Forrest
Experimental aging research 42 (4), 365-381, 2016
212016
Resting frontal EEG asymmetry and emotion regulation in older adults: The midlife in the United States (MIDUS) study.
NJ Kelley, ML Hughes
Psychology and aging 34 (3), 341, 2019
182019
Misconceptions of Alzheimer’s Disease
DA Lowe, S Balsis, ML Hughes, HE Shine, BD Carpenter
Clinical Gerontologist, 0
16*
Using the Alzheimer’s Association website to improve knowledge of Alzheimer’s disease in healthcare providers
ML Hughes, DA Lowe, HE Shine, BD Carpenter, S Balsis
American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease and Other Dementias, 0
14*
Change in cognitive performance from midlife into old age: findings from the midlife in the United States (MIDUS) study–erratum
ML Hughes, S Agrigoroaei, M Jeon, M Bruzzese, ME Lachman
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 24 (8), 891-891, 2018
72018
Genetic Factors are More Predictive of Adult Drinking Behavior than Early Exposure to Alcohol in Mice Genetically Selected for Alcohol Preference
M Hughes
CONCEPT 32, 2008
32008
Control beliefs and susceptibility to the promises of memory improvement
EH Rickenbach, S Agrigoroaei, M Hughes, ME Lachman
Applied cognitive psychology 33 (4), 709-719, 2019
22019
Constructing Subjective Age: Physical Abilities May Be More Important than Cognitive or Social Factors
M Hughes, D Touron
Innovation in Aging 2 (Suppl 1), 911, 2018
12018
Cognition at midlife: Antecedents and consequences
S Agrigoroaei, SA Robinson, ML Hughes, EH Rickenbach, ME Lachman
12018
GETTING OLDER FASTER? CHANGES IN SUBJECTIVE AGE ARE TIED TO FUNCTIONAL HEALTH AND MEMORY
M Hughes, ME Lachman
Innovation in Aging 1 (Suppl 1), 30, 2017
12017
The Influence of Self-Perceptions of Aging on Older Adults' Cognition and Behavior
ML Hughes
12014
THE EXPERIENCE OF SUBJECTIVE AGE DURING EVERYDAY LIFE
D Touron, M Hughes
Innovation in Aging 6 (Supplement_1), 162-162, 2022
2022
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