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Exploring structural dynamics within and between sensory and intellectual functioning in old and very old age: Longitudinal evidence from the Berlin Aging Study Ghisletta, Paolo; Lindenberger, Ulman 2005
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Social Participation Attenuates Decline in Perceptual Speed in Old and Very Old Age Lövdén, Martin; Ghisletta, Paolo; Lindenberger, Ulman 2005
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Static and dynamic longitudinal structural analyses of cognitive changes in old age Ghisletta, Paolo; Lindenberger, Ulman 2004
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Modeling longitudinal changes in old age: From covariance structures to dynamic systems Lindenberger, Ulman; Ghisletta, Paolo 2004
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Cognition in the Berlin Aging Study (BASE): The first ten years Lövdén, Martin; Ghisletta, Paolo; Lindenberger, Ulman 2004
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Age-Based Structural Dynamics Between Perceptual Speed and Knowledge in the Berlin Aging Study: Direct Evidence for Ability Dedifferentiation in Old Age Ghisletta, Paolo; Lindenberger, Ulman 2003
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The fate of cognition in very old age: six-year longitudinal findings in the Berlin Aging Study (BASE) Singer, Tania; Verhaeghen, Paul; Ghisletta, Paolo; Lindenberger, Ulman; Baltes, Paul B. 2003
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