Papers & Research Publications

 

Book on Aging Well

Available on Amazon »

Castel, A. D. (2018). Better with Age: The Psychology Successful Aging. Oxford University Press.

  • Highlights how old age is not downhill by illustrating the paradoxes and pleasures of old age, and presents new research about successful aging
  • Features personal interviews and insights from Maya Angelou, Bob Newhart, Jack LaLanne, Dave Brubeck, Jared Diamond, John Glenn, and John Wooden
  • Shows what activities one can do to age well, how attitudes and expectations about aging are linked to how we age, and ways to enjoy older age

Some recent general audience articles, information, and interviews about “Better with Age”:

 

Research Publications

Whatley, M. C., & Castel, A. D. (in press). The role of metacognition and schematic support in younger and older adults’ episodic memory. Memory & Cognition.

Murphy, D. H., Agadzhanyan, K., Whatley, M. C., & Castel, A. D. (in press). Metacognition and fluid intelligence in value-directed remembering. Metacognition and Learning

Siegel, A. L. M., Schwartz, S. T., & Castel, A. D. (in press). Selective memory disrupted in intra-modal dual-task encoding conditions.  Memory & Cognition.

Murphy, D. H., & Castel, A. D. (in press).  Metamemory that matters: Judgments of importance can engage responsible remembering. Memory. 

Silaj, K. M., Schwartz, S. T., Siegel, A. L. M., & Castel, A. D. (in press). Test anxiety and metacognitive performance in the classroom. Educational Psychology Review.

Murphy, D. H., & Castel, A. D. (in press). Responsible remembering and forgetting as contributors to memory for important informationMemory & Cognition

Fourquet, N. Y., Patterson, T. K., Li, C., Castel, A. D., & Knowlton, B. J. (2020). Effects of age-related stereotype threat on metacognition. Frontiers in Psychology, 11, 604978.

Whatley, M. C., & Castel, A. D. (2020).  Improving expectations regarding aging in younger adults: A classroom study. Educational Gerontology, 46, 785-795.

Whatley, M. C. Siegel, A. L. M., Schwartz, S. T., Silaj, K. M., & Castel, A. D. (2020). Younger and older adults’ mood and expectations regarding aging during COVID-19. Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine, 6, 1-9.

Murphy, D. H., & Castel, A. D. (in press). Age-related similarities and differences in the components of semantic fluency: Analyzing the originality and organization of retrieval from long-term memory. Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition.

Schwartz, S. T., Siegel, A. L. M., & Castel, A. D. (2020). Strategic encoding and enhanced memory for positive value-location associations. Memory & Cognition, 48, 1015-1031.

Murphy, D. H., & Castel, A. D. (2020). Responsible remembering: How metacognition impacts adaptive selective memory. Zeitschrift fuer Psychologie, 228, 301-303.

Hargis, M. B., Whatley, M. C., & Castel, A. D. (2020).  Remembering proper names as a potential exception to the better-than-average effect in younger and older adults.  Psychology and Aging, 35, 497-507.

Castel, A. D. & Rhodes, M. G. (2020).  When and why we (sometimes) forget really important things. In A. M. Cleary & B. L. Schwartz (Eds.),  Memory Quirks: The Study of Odd Phenomena in Memory (pp. 137-149). Routledge.

Siegel, A. L. M., Graup, R. S., & Castel, A. D. (2020). Emotion-enhanced binding of numerical information in younger and older adultsQuarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 73, 134-145.

De Brigard, F., Langella, S., Stanley, M. L., Castel, A. D., & Giovanello, K. S. (2020).  Age-related differences in recognition in associative memoryAging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 27, 289-301.

Siegel, A. L. M., Whatley, M. C., Hargis, M. B., & Castel, A. D. (2020). Changes in memory and metacognition in older adulthood. In A. Drolet & C. Yoon (Eds.) The Aging Consumer. (pp. 26-46). New York: Routledge. 

Hargis, M. B., Whatley, M. C., Siegel, A. L. M., & Castel, A. D. (2020). Motivated cognition and curiosity in the aging consumer. In A. Drolet & C. Yoon (Eds.) The Aging Consumer. (pp. 47-66). New York: Routledge. 

Hargis, M. B., Siegel, A. L. M., & Castel, A. D. (2019). Motivated memory, learning, and decision making in older age: shifts in priorities and goals. In G. Samanez-Larkin (Ed.) The Aging Brain. (pp. 135-164). Washington DC: American Psychological Association. 

Hargis, M.B., & Castel, A.D. (2019). Knowing what others know: Younger and older adults’ perspective-taking and memory for medication information. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 8, 481-493.

Siegel, A. L. M. & Castel, A. D. (2019). Age-related differences in metacognition for memory capacity and selectivity.  Memory, 27, 1236-1249.

Hennessee, J. P., Reggente, N., Cohen, M. S., Rissman, J., Castel, A. D., & Knowlton, B. J. (2019). White matter integrity in brain structures supporting semantic processing is associated with value-directed remembering in older adults. Neuropsychologia, 129, 246-254.

Hennessee, J. P., Patterson, T. K., Castel, A. D., & Knowlton, B. J. (2019). Forget me not: Encoding processes in value-directed remembering. Journal of Memory and Language, 106, 29-39. 

Gallo, H. B., Hargis, M.B., & Castel, A.D. (2019). Memory for weather information in younger and older adults: Tests of verbatim and gist memoryExperimental Aging Research, 45, 252-265.

Witherby, A. E., Tauber, S. K., Rhodes, M. G., & Castel, A. D. (2019). Aging and forgetting: Forgotten information is perceived as less important than remembered informationPsychology and Aging, 34, 228-241.

Blake, A. B., & Castel, A. D. (2019). Memory and availability-biased metacognitive illusions for flags of varying familiarity. Memory & Cognition, 47, 365-382.

Siegel, A. L. M., & Castel, A. D. (2018). The role of attention in remembering important item-location associationsMemory & Cognition, 46, 1248-1262.

Reggente, N., Cohen, M. S., Zheng, Z. S., Castel, A. D., Knowlton, B. J., & Rissman, J. (2018). Memory recall for high reward value items correlates with individual differences in white matter pathways associated with reward processing and fronto-temporal communication.  Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 12, 241.

Hargis, M.B., & Castel, A.D. (2018). Improving medication understanding and adherence using principles of memory and metacognition. Policy Insights from Behavioral and Brain Sciences 5, 147-154.

Blake, A. B., & Castel, A. D. (2018). On belief and fluency in the construction of judgements of learning: Assessing and altering the direct effects of belief. Acta Psychologica, 186, 27-38.

Hargis, M. B., & Castel, A. D. (2018).  Younger and older adults’ associative memory for medication interactions of varying severity. Memory, 26, 1151-1158.

Hartley, A., Angel, L., Castel, A., Didierjean, A., Geraci, L., Hartley, J., Hazeltine, E., Lemaire, P., Maquestiaux, F., Ruthruff, E., Taconnat, L., Thevenot, C., & Touron, D. (2018). Successful aging: The role of cognitive gerontology. Experimental Aging Research, 44, 82-93.

Fastrich, G. M., Kerr, T. K., Castel, A. D., & Murayama, K. (2018). The role of interest in memory for trivia questions: An investigation with a large-scale database. Motivation Science, 4, 227-250. [download trivia questions]

Hargis, M. B., McGillivray, S., & Castel, A. D. (2018).  Memory for textbook covers: When and why we remember a book by its cover. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 32, 39-46.

Middlebrooks, C. D., & Castel, A. D. (2018). Self-regulated learning of important information under sequential and simultaneous encoding conditions. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 44, 779-792.

Siegel, A. L. M., & Castel, A. D. (2018). Memory for important item-location associations in younger and older adults. Psychology and Aging, 33, 30-45.

Hennessee, J. P., Knowlton, B. J., & Castel, A. D. (2018). The effects of value on context-item associative memory in younger and older adults. Psychology and Aging, 33, 46-56.

Middlebrooks, C. D., Kerr, T. K., & Castel, A. D. (2017). Selectively distracted: Divided attention and memory for important informationPsychological Science, 28, 1103-1115. (see also the APS Press Release)

Hargis, M. B., & Castel, A. D. (2017). Younger and older adults’ associative memory for social information: The role of information importancePsychology and Aging, 32, 325-330.

Cohen, M. S., Rissman, J., Hovhannisyan, M., Castel, A. D., & Knowlton, B. J. (2017). Free recall test experience potentiates strategy-driven effects of value on memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 43, 1581-1601.

Middlebrooks, C. D., Murayama, K., & Castel, A. D. (2017). Test expectancy and memory for important information.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 43, 972-985.

Rhodes, M. G., Witherby, A. E., Castel, A. D., & Murayama, K. (2017). Explaining the forgetting bias effect on value judgments: The influence of memory for a past test. Memory & Cognition, 45, 362-374.

McGillivray, S., & Castel, A. D. (2017). Older and younger adults’ strategic control of metacognitive monitoring: The role of consequences, task experience and prior knowledge.  Experimental Aging Research, 43, 362-374.

Flores, C. C., Hargis, M. B., McGillivray, S., Friedman, M. C., & Castel, A. D. (2017). Gist-based memory for prices and “better buys” in younger and older adults. Memory, 25, 565-573.

Hennessee, J. P., Castel, A. D., & Knowlton, B. J. (2017). Recognizing what matters: Value improves recognition by selectively enhancing recollection. Journal of Memory and Language, 94, 195-205. 

Hargis, M. B., Yue, C. L., Kerr, T. Ikeda, K., Murayama, K., & Castel, A. D. (2017). Metacognition and proofreading: The roles of aging, motivation, and interest. Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 24, 216-226.

Ikeda, K., Yue, C. L., Murayama, K., & Castel, A. D. (2016). Achievement goals affect metacognitive judgment. Motivation Science, 2, 199-219.

Middlebrooks, C. D., Murayama, K., & Castel, A. D. (2016). The value in rushing: Memory and selectivity when short on timeActa Psychologica, 170, 1-9.

Eich, T. S., & Castel, A. D. (2016). The cognitive control of emotional versus value-based information in younger and older adults. Psychology and Aging, 31, 503-512.

Castel, A. D., Friedman, M. F., McGillivray, S., Flores, C. C., Murayama, K., Kerr, T., & Drolet, A. (2016).  I owe you: Age-related similarities and differences in associatve memory for gains and losses. Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 23, 549-565. (read the Wall Street Journal article about this research)

Murayama, K., Blake, A. B., Kerr, T., & Castel, A. D. (2016). When enough is not enough: Information overload and metacognitive decisions to stop studying informationJournal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 42, 914-924.

Middlebrooks, C. D., McGillivray, S., Murayama, K., & Castel, A. D. (2016). Memory for allergies and health foods: How younger and older adults strategically remember critical health informationJournal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 71, 389-399. [Selected as “Editor’s Choice“]

Vartanian, L. R., Chen, W. H., Reily, N. M., & Castel, A. D. (2016). The parallel impact of episodic memory and episodic future thinking on food intake. Appetite, 101, 31-36.

Cohen, M. S., Rissman, J., Suthana, N. A., Castel, A. D., & Knowlton, B. J. (2016). Effects of aging on value-directed modulation of semantic network activity during verbal learning. NeuroImage, 125, 1046-1062.

Blake, A. B., & Castel, A. D. (2016).  Metamemory. In S. K. Whitbourne (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Adulthood and Aging.  Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

McGillivray, S., Murayama, K., & Castel, A. D. (2015). Thirst for knowledge: The effects of curiosity and interest on memory in younger and older adultsPsychology and Aging30, 835-841.

Castel, A. D., Nazarian, M., & Blake, A. B. (2015). Attention and incidental memory in everyday settings.  In J. Fawcett, E. F. Risko & A. Kingstone (Eds.), The Handbook of Attention. (pp. 463-483). MIT Press.

Castel, A. D., Middlebrooks, C. D., & McGillivray, S. (2015). Monitoring memory in old age: Impaired, spared, and aware. In J. Dunlosky & S. Tauber (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Metamemory. Oxford University Press.

McDonough, I. M., Bui, D. C., Friedman, M. F., & Castel, A. D. (2015). Retrieval monitoring is influenced by information value: The interplay between importance and confidence on false memory. Acta Psychologica, 161, 7-17.

Ikeda, K., Castel, A. D., & Murayama, K. (2015). Mastery-approach goals eliminate retrieval-induced forgetting: The role of achievement goals in memory inhibitionPersonality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 41, 687-695.

Blake, A. B., Nazarian, M., & Castel, A. D. (2015). The Apple of the mind’s eye: Everyday attention, metamemory, and reconstructive memory for the Apple logoQuarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 68, 858-865. Take the on-line test.  Try drawing famous logos from memory (Time Magazine)

Friedman, M. C., McGillivray, S., Murayama, K., & Castel, A. D. (2015). Memory for medication side effects in younger and older adults: The role of subjective and objective importance. Memory & Cognition, 43, 206-215. 

Carr, V. A., Castel, A. D., & Knowlton, B. J. (2015). Age-related differences in memory after attending to distinctiveness or similarity during learningAging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 22, 155-169.

Eich, T. S., Murayama, K., Castel, A. D., & Knowlton, B. K. (2014).  The dynamic effects of age-related stereotype threat on explicit and implicit memory performance in older adultsSocial Cognition, 32, 559-570.

Noh, S. M., Yan, V. X., Vendetti, M. S., Castel, A. D., & Bjork, R. A. (2014). Multi-level induction of categories: Venomous snakes hijack the learning of lower levels. Psychological Science, 14, 1592-1599.

Cohen, M. S., Rissman, J., Suthana, N. A., Castel, A. D., & Knowlton, B. J. (2014).  Value-based modulation of memory encoding involves strategic engagement of fronto-temporal semantic processing regionsCognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience, 14, 578–592.

Ariel, R., & Castel, A. D. (2014). Eyes wide open: Enhanced pupil dilation when selectivity studying important informationExperimental Brain Research, 232, 337-344.

Castel, A. D., McGillivray, S. & Worden, K. M. (2013). Back to the future: Past and future era-based schematic support and associative memory for prices in younger and older adults.Psychology and Aging, 28, 996-1003.

Friedman, M. C., & Castel, A. D. (2013). Memory, priority encoding, and overcoming high-value proactive interference in younger and older adultsAging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 20, 660-683.

Bui, D. C., Friedman, M. C., McDonough, I. M., & Castel, A. D. (2013). False memory and importance: Can we prioritize encoding without consquences? Memory & Cognition, 41, 1012-1020.

Vendetti, M., Castel, A. D., & Holyoak, K. J. (2013). The floor effect: Impoverished spatial memory for elevator buttons. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 75, 636-643.

Castel, A. D., Murayama, K., Friedman, M. C., McGillivray, S., & Link, I. (2013). Selecting valuable information to remember: Age-related differences and similarities in self-regulated learning.  Psychology and Aging, 28, 232-242.

Yue, C. L., Castel, A. D., & Bjork, R. A. (2013). When disfluency is—and is not—a desirable difficulty: The influence of typeface clarity on metacognitive judgments and memoryMemory & Cognition, 41, 229-241.

Castel, A. D., Rhodes, M. G., & Friedman, M. C. (2013). Predicting memory benefits in the production effect: The use and misuse of self-generated distinctive cues when making judgments of learningMemory & Cognition, 41, 28-35.

Castel, A. D., Rhodes, M. G., McCabe, D. P., Soderstrom, N. C., Loaiza, V. M. (2012). The fate of being forgotten: Information that is initially forgotten is judged as less important. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 65, 2281-2287.

Castel, A. D., Vendetti, M., & Holyoak, K. J. (2012). Fire drill: Inattentional blindness and amnesia for the location of fire extinguishers. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics74, 1391-1396.

Logan, J. M., Castel, A. D., Haber, S., & Viehman, E. J. (2012). Metacognition and the spacing effect: The role of repetition, feedback, and instruction on judgments of learning for massed and spaced rehearsal. Metacognition and Learning, 7, 175-195.

Castel, A. D., Drolet Rossi, A., & McGillivray, S. (2012). Beliefs about the “hot hand” in basketball across the adult lifespanPsychology and Aging, 27, 601-605.

Castel, A. D., McGillivray, S., & Friedman, M. C. (2012). Metamemory and memory efficiency in older adults: Learning about the benefits of priority processing and value-directed remembering. In M. Naveh-Benjamin & N. Ohta (Eds.), Memory and aging: Current issues and future directions (pp. 245-270). New York: Psychology Press.

McGillivray, S., Friedman, M. C., & Castel, A. D. (2012). Impact of aging on thinking.  In K. Holyoak & R. Morrison (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of thinking and reasoning (pp. 650-672). New York: Oxford University Press.

Castel, A. D., Humphreys, K. L., Lee, S. S., Galván, A., Balota, D. A., & McCabe, D. P. (2011). The development of memory efficiency and value-directed remembering across the lifespan: A cross-sectional study of memory and selectivityDevelopmental Psychology, 47, 1553–1564.

Friedman, M. C., & Castel, A. D. (2011). Are we aware of our ability to forget?  Metacognitive predictions of directed forgettingMemory & Cognition, 39,  1448-1456. 

Sungkhasettee, V. W., Friedman, M. C., & Castel, A. D. (2011). Memory and metamemory for inverted words: Illusions of competency and desirable difficultiesPsychonomic Bulletin & Review18, 973-978.

Halamish, V., McGillivray, S., & Castel, A. D. (2011).  Monitoring one’s own forgetting in younger and older adultsPsychology and Aging26, 631-635.

McCabe, D. P., Castel, A. D., & Rhodes, M. G. (2011). The influence of fMRI lie detection evidence on juror decision makingBehavioral Sciences & the Law29, 566-577.

Kornell, N., Rhodes, M. G., Castel, A. D., Tauber, S. K. (2011).  The ease of processing heuristic and the stability bias: Dissociating memory, memory beliefs, and memory judgments. Psychological Science22, 787-794.

McGillivray, S., & Castel, A. D. (2011). Betting on memory leads to metacognitive improvement in younger and older adults.  Psychology and Aging26, 137-142.

Castel, A. D., Lee, S. S., Humphreys, K. L., & Moore, A. N. (2011). Memory capacity, selective control, and value-directed remembering in children with and without attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Neuropsychology25, 15-24.

McGillivray, S., & Castel, A. D. (2010). Memory for age-face associations: The role of generation and schematic support.  Psychology and Aging25, 822-832.

Metcalfe, J., Eich, T. S., & Castel, A. D. (2010). Metacognition of agency across the lifespanCognition116, 267-282.

Kornell, N., Castel, A. D., Eich, T. S., & Bjork, R. A. (2010). Spacing as the friend of both memory and induction in younger and older adults.  Psychology and Aging25, 498-503.

Peters, E., & Castel, A. D. (2009). Numerical representation, math skills, memory, and decision making. Behavioral and Brain Sciences32, 347-348. (commentary)

Castel, A. D., Balota, D. A., & McCabe, D. P. (2009). Memory efficiency and the strategic control of attention at encoding: Impairments of value-directed remembering in Alzheimer’s diseaseNeuropsychology23, 297-306.

Rhodes, M. G., & Castel, A. D. (2009). Metacognitive illusions for auditory information: Effects on monitoring and control. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review16, 550-554.

Castel, A. D. (2008). The adaptive and strategic use of memory by older adults: Evaluative processing and value-directed remembering.  In A. S. Benjamin & B. H. Ross (Eds.), The psychology of learning and motivation (Vol. 48, pp. 225-270). London: Academic Press.

Rhodes, M. G., & Castel, A. D. (2008). Memory predictions are influenced by perceptual information: Evidence for metacognitive illusionsJournal of Experimental Psychology: General137, 615–625. 

Rhodes, M. G., & Castel, A. D. (2008). Metacognition and part-set cuing: Can interference be predicted at retrieval? Memory & Cognition36, 1429-1438. 

Castel, A. D. (2008). Metacognition and learning about primacy and recency effects in free recall: The utilization of intrinsic and extrinsic cues when making judgments of learning.  Memory & Cognition36, 429-437.

McCabe, D. P., & Castel, A. D. (2008). Seeing is believing: The effect of brain images on judgments of scientific reasoningCognition107, 343-352.    [see also related article in Science News Focus (2008), Growing pains for fMRI]

Rhodes, M. G., Castel, A. D., & Jacoby, L. L. (2008). Associative recognition of face pairs by younger and older adults: The role of familiarity-based processingPsychology and Aging23, 239-249.

Christ, S. E., Castel, A. D., & Abrams, R. A. (2008).  The capture of attention by new motion in young and older adultsJournal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences63, 110-116.

Castel, A. D. (2007). Aging and memory for numerical information: The role of specificity and expertise in associative memoryJournal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 62, 194-196.

Castel, A. D., McCabe, D. P., Roediger, H. L., III., & Heitman, J. L. (2007). The dark side of expertise: Domain specific memory errorsPsychological Science18, 3-5.

Castel, A. D., McCabe, D. P., & Roediger, H. L., III. (2007). Illusions of competency and overestimation of associative memory for identical items: Evidence from judgments of learningPsychonomic Bulletin & Review14, 107-111.

Castel, A. D., Balota, D. A., Hutchison, K. A., Logan, J. M., & Yap, M. J. (2007). Spatial attention and response control in healthy younger and older adults and individuals with Alzheimer’s disease: Evidence for disproportionate selection impairments in the Simon taskNeuropsychology21, 170-182.

Castel, A. D., Farb, N., & Craik, F. I. M. (2007). Memory for general and specific value information in younger and older adults: Measuring the limits of strategic controlMemory & Cognition35, 689-700. 

Dodd, M. D., Castel, A. D., & Roberts, K. E. (2006). A strategy disruption component to retrieval-induced forgettingMemory & Cognition34, 102-111.

Klein, R. M., Castel, A. D., & Pratt, J. (2006). The effects of memory load on the time course of inhibition of returnPsychonomic Bulletin & Review13, 294-299. 

Wilson, D. E., Castel, A. D., & Pratt, J. (2006). Long-term inhibition of return for spatial locations: Evidence for a memory retrieval account? Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology59, 2136-2148. 

Castel, A. D. (2005). Memory for grocery prices in younger and older adults: The role of schematic supportPsychology and Aging20, 718–721.

Castel, A. D., Pratt, J., & Drummond, E. (2005). The effects of action video game experience on the time course of inhibition of return and the efficiency of visual searchActa Psychologica119, 217-230.

Castel, A. D., Pratt, J., Chasteen, A. L., Scialfa, C. T. (2005). Examining task difficulty and the time course of inhibition of return: Detecting perceptually degraded targetsCanadian Journal of Experimental Psychology59, 90-98.

Rendell, P. G., Castel, A. D., & Craik, F. I. M. (2005). Memory for proper names in old age: A disproportionate impairment? Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology58A, 54-71.

Castel, A. D. (2004). Memory for associative information in younger and older adults (Doctoral dissertation). University of Toronto, Canada.

Castel, A. D., & Craik, F. I. M. (2003). The effects of aging and divided attention on memory for item and associative information. Psychology and Aging18, 873-885.

Castel, A. D., Chasteen, A. L., Scialfa, C. T., & Pratt, J. (2003). Adult age-differences in the time course of inhibition of return. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences58, 256-259.

Fischer, M. H., Castel, A. D., Dodd, M. D., & Pratt, J. (2003). Perceiving numbers cause spatial shifts of attentionNature Neuroscience6, 555-556.

Dodd, M. D., Castel, A. D., & Pratt, J. (2003). Inhibition of return occurs with multiple rapid shifts of attention: Evidence supporting the limited role of memory in visual search. Perception & Psychophysics65, 1126-1153.

Castel, A. D., Pratt, J., & Craik, F. I. M. (2003). The role of spatial working memory in inhibition of return: Evidence from divided attention tasks. Perception & Psychophysics65, 970-981.

Castel, A. D., Benjamin, A. S., Craik, F. I. M., & Watkins, M. J. (2002). The effects of aging on selectivity and control in short-term recallMemory & Cognition30, 1078-1085.

Pratt, J., & Castel, A. D. (2001).  Responding to feature or location: A re-examination of inhibition of return and facilitation of return. Vision Research41, 3903-3908.

 

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Recent Grants

Goals and Motivation to Remember Important Information in Old Age (R01AG044335) 

NIH-National Institute on Aging (2013-2018)
Role: Principal Investigator 

This program of research examines how goals can motivate and improve memory in older adults, through the strategic focus on selectively remembering both objectively and subjectively important information.

 

Curriculum Vitae

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