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Who should finance WHO's work on emergencies? Chi, Y-Ling; Krishnakumar, Jaya; Maurer, Jürgen; Loncar, Dejan; Flahault, Antoine 2016
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The role of cognitive reserve accumulated in midlife for the relation between chronic diseases and cognitive decline in old age: A longitudinal follow-up across six years Ihle, Andreas; Ghisletta, Paolo; Ballhausen, Nicola; Fagot, Delphine; ... Kliegel, Matthias 2018
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Cross-lagged relation of leisure activity participation to trail making test performance 6 years later: Differential patterns in old age and very old age Ihle, Andreas; Fagot, Delphine; Vallet, Fanny; Ballhausen, Nicola; ... Kliegel, Matthias 2019
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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 2019
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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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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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The longitudinal relationship of perceived stress predicting subsequent decline in executive functioning in old age is attenuated in individuals with greater cognitive reserve Ihle, Andreas; Rimmele, Ulrike; Oris, Michel; Maurer, Jürgen; Kliegel, Matthias 2020
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Internet use in old age predicts smaller cognitive decline only in men Ihle, Andreas; Bavelier, Daphné; Maurer, Jürgen; Oris, Michel; Kliegel, Matthias 2020
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Lower executive functioning predicts steeper subsequent decline in well-being only in young-old but not old-old age Ihle, Andreas; Ghisletta, Paolo; Gouveia, Élvio R.; Gouveia, Bruna R.; ... Kliegel, Matthias 2020
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The relation of low cognitive abilities to low well-being in old age is attenuated in individuals with greater cognitive reserve and greater social capital accumulated over the life course Ihle, Andreas; Oris, Michel; Sauter, Julia; Spini, Dario; ... Kliegel, Matthias 2020