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The relationship of obesity predicting decline in executive functioning is attenuated with greater leisure activities in old age Ihle, Andreas; Gouveia, Elvio; Gouveia, Bruna R.; Zuber, Sascha; ... Kliegel, Matthias 2021
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The relationship between life course socioeconomic conditions and objective and subjective memory in older age Kuenzi, Morgane; Joly-Burra, Emilie; Zuber, Sascha; Haas, Maximilian; ... Ballhausen, Nicola 2021
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The longitudinal relation between social reserve and smaller subsequent decline in executive functioning in old age is mediated via cognitive reserve Ihle, Andreas; Oris, Michel; Baeriswyl, Marie; Zuber, Sascha; ... Kliegel, Matthias 2019
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The influence of ongoing task absorption on preschoolers’ prospective memory with peripheral cues Zhang, Xinyuan; Zuber, Sascha; Zhang, Jinrui; Ihle, Andreas; ... Wang, Lijuan 2019
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The effects of task instructor status on prospective memory performance in preschoolers Zhang, Xinyuan; Zuber, Sascha; Liu, Si; Kliegel, Matthias; Wang, Lijuan 2017
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The effect of stereotype threat on age differences in prospective memory performance: differential effects on focal versus nonfocal tasks Zuber, Sascha; Ihle, Andreas; Blum, Anaelle; Desrichard, Olivier; Kliegel, Matthias 2019
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The association of prospective memory and executive functions: a lifespan perspective Zuber, Sascha 2017
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Prospective memory relates to attentional control: differential patterns in old age Ihle, Andreas; Kliegel, Matthias; Ballhausen, Nicola; Da Silva Coelho, Chloé; ... Zuber, Sascha 2019
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Prospective memory in older adults: Where we are now and what is next Kliegel, Matthias; Ballhausen, Nicola; Hering, Alexandra; Ihle, Andreas; ... Zuber, Sascha 2016
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Prospective memory errors in everyday life: does instruction matter? Haas, Maximilian; Zuber, Sascha; Kliegel, Matthias; Ballhausen, Nicola 2020
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Prospective Memory Development Across the Lifespan Zuber, Sascha; Kliegel, Matthias 2020
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Procrastination et projection mentale dans le futur Zuber, Sascha 2014
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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 failures Zuber, Sascha; Ballhausen, Nicola; Haas, Maximilian; Cauvin, Stéphanie; ... Kliegel, Matthias 2020
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How Musicality, Cognition and Sensorimotor Skills Relate in Musically Untrained Children James, Clara; Zuber, Sascha; Dupuis Lozeron, Elise; Abdili, Laura; ... Kliegel, Matthias 2020
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How executive functions are associated with event-based and time-based prospective memory during childhood Zuber, Sascha; Mahy, Caitlin; Kliegel, Matthias 2019
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Formal string instrument training in a class setting enhances cognitive and sensorimotor development of primary school children James, Clara; Zuber, Sascha; Dupuis Lozeron, Elise; Abdili, Laura; ... Kliegel, Matthias 2020
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Explaining age differences in working memory: the role of updating, inhibition, and shifting Zuber, Sascha; Ihle, Andreas; Loaiza, Vanessa M.; Schnitzspahn, Katharina M.; ... Kliegel, Matthias 2019
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Cognitive Training to Promote Executive Functions Kliegel, Matthias; Hering, Alexandra; Ihle, Andreas; Zuber, Sascha 2017
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Cognitive reserve mitigates decline in executive functioning following hepatobiliary diseases Ihle, Andreas; Gouveia, Élvio R.; Gouveia, Bruna R.; Haas, Maximilian; ... Kliegel, Matthias 2020
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Cognitive Reserve Mediates the Relation between Openness to Experience and Smaller Decline in Executive Functioning Ihle, Andreas; Zuber, Sascha; Gouveia, Élvio R.; Gouveia, Bruna R.; ... Kliegel, Matthias 2019
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