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2021

Scientific Articles

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Age-related improvements in executive functions and focal attention in 22q11.2 deletion syndrome vary across domain and taskMaeder, Johanna; Zuber, Sascha; Schneider, Maude; Kliegel, Matthias; Eliez, Stéphan
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Do executive functions explain older adults' health-related quality of life beyond event-based prospective memory ?Laera, Gianvito; Joly-Burra, Emilie; Zuber, Sascha; Ballhausen, Nicola; ... Hering, Alexandra
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Functional assessment of the stomatognathic system. Part 2: The role of dynamic elements of analysisSaratti, Carlo Massimo; Rocca, Giovanni Tommaso; Vaucher, Paul; Awai, Lea; ... Krejci, Ivo
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I could do it now, but I'd rather (forget to) do it later: examining links between procrastination and prospective memory failuresZuber, Sascha; Ballhausen, Nicola; Haas, Maximilian; Cauvin, Stéphanie; ... Kliegel, Matthias
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Online assessment of cognitive functioning across the adult lifespan using the eCOGTEL: a reliable alternative to laboratory testingHaas, Maximilian; Scheibe, Susanne; El Khawli, Elissa; Kuenzi, Morgane; ... Zuber, Sascha
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The Geneva Space Cruiser: a fully self-administered online tool to assess prospective memory across the adult lifespanZuber, Sascha; Haas, Maximilian; Framorando, David; Ballhausen, Nicola; ... Kliegel, Matthias
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The longitudinal relation between social reserve and smaller subsequent decline in executive functioning in old age is mediated via cognitive reserveIhle, Andreas; Oris, Michel; Baeriswyl, Marie; Zuber, Sascha; ... Kliegel, Matthias
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The relationship between life course socioeconomic conditions and objective and subjective memory in older ageKuenzi, Morgane; Joly-Burra, Emilie; Zuber, Sascha; Haas, Maximilian; ... Ballhausen, Nicola
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The relationship of obesity predicting decline in executive functioning is attenuated with greater leisure activities in old ageIhle, Andreas; Gouveia, Elvio; Gouveia, Bruna R.; Zuber, Sascha; ... Kliegel, Matthias
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