Ulman Lindenberger
TitleCited byYear
Regional brain changes in aging healthy adults: general trends, individual differences and modifiers
N Raz, U Lindenberger, KM Rodrigue, KM Kennedy, D Head, ...
Cerebral cortex 15 (11), 1676-1689, 2005
23322005
Life span theory in developmental psychology
PB Baltes, U Lindenberger, UM Staudinger
Handbook of child psychology: Theoretical models of human development. 1 …, 2006
21302006
Life-span theory in developmental psychology
PB Baltes, U Lindenberger, UM Staudinger
Handbook of child psychology: Vol. 1. Theoretical models of human …, 1998
2118*1998
Life-span theory in developmental psychology
PB Baltes, U Lindenberger, UM Staudinger
Theoretical models of human development 1, 1998
2118*1998
Lifespan psychology: Theory and application to intellectual functioning
PB Baltes, UM Staudinger, U Lindenberger
Annual review of psychology 50 (1), 471-507, 1999
16001999
Emergence of a powerful connection between sensory and cognitive functions across the adult life span: a new window to the study of cognitive aging?
PB Baltes, U Lindenberger
Psychology and aging 12 (1), 12, 1997
15611997
Enrichment effects on adult cognitive development: can the functional capacity of older adults be preserved and enhanced?
C Hertzog, AF Kramer, RS Wilson, U Lindenberger
Psychological science in the public interest 9 (1), 1-65, 2008
11772008
Sensory functioning and intelligence in old age: a strong connection.
U Lindenberger, PB Baltes
Psychology and aging 9 (3), 339, 1994
11711994
Aging cognition: from neuromodulation to representation
SC Li, U Lindenberger, S Sikström
Trends in cognitive sciences 5 (11), 479-486, 2001
7542001
Adult age differences in task switching.
J Kray, U Lindenberger
Psychology and aging 15 (1), 126, 2000
7372000
Die Berliner Altersstudie
KU Mayer, PB Baltes, U Lindenberger
Akademie, Berlin, 1999
6561999
Intellectual functioning in old and very old age: cross-sectional results from the Berlin Aging Study.
U Lindenberger, PB Baltes
Psychology and aging 12 (3), 410, 1997
6541997
The correlative triad among aging, dopamine, and cognition: current status and future prospects
L Bäckman, L Nyberg, U Lindenberger, SC Li, L Farde
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 30 (6), 791-807, 2006
6532006
On selecting indicators for multivariate measurement and modeling with latent variables: When" good" indicators are bad and" bad" indicators are good.
TD Little, U Lindenberger, JR Nesselroade
Psychological Methods 4 (2), 192, 1999
6351999
FACES—A database of facial expressions in young, middle-aged, and older women and men: Development and validation
NC Ebner, M Riediger, U Lindenberger
Behavior research methods 42 (1), 351-362, 2010
6342010
Memorizing while walking: increase in dual-task costs from young adulthood to old age.
U Lindenberger, M Marsiske, PB Baltes
Psychology and aging 15 (3), 417, 2000
6252000
Memory aging and brain maintenance
L Nyberg, M Lövdén, K Riklund, U Lindenberger, L Bäckman
Trends in cognitive sciences 16 (5), 292-305, 2012
5882012
Transformations in the couplings among intellectual abilities and constituent cognitive processes across the life span
SC Li, U Lindenberger, B Hommel, G Aschersleben, W Prinz, PB Baltes
Psychological science 15 (3), 155-163, 2004
5862004
A theoretical framework for the study of adult cognitive plasticity.
M Lövdén, L Bäckman, U Lindenberger, S Schaefer, F Schmiedek
Psychological bulletin 136 (4), 659, 2010
5432010
Dual-tasking postural control: aging and the effects of cognitive demand in conjunction with focus of attention
O Huxhold, SC Li, F Schmiedek, U Lindenberger
Brain research bulletin 69 (3), 294-305, 2006
5182006
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