Table of contents for Lifespan cognition : mechanisms of change / edited by Ellen Bialystok, Fergus I.M. Craik.

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1. Introduction
Fergus I.M. Craik & Ellen Bialystok
2. Neural Bases of Cognitive Development
Margot J. Taylor
3. Brain Changes in Aging: A Lifespan Perspective
Randy Buckner, Denise Head, & Cindy Lustig
4. Four Modes of Selection
Jim Enns & Lana Trick
5. Aging and Attention
Art Kramer & Jutta Kray
6. The Early Development of Executive Functions
Adele Diamond
7. The aging of executive functions
Karen Daniels, Jeffrey Toth, & Larry Jacoby
8. Working Memory in Children: A Cognitive Approach
Graham J. Hitch
9. Working Memory across the Adult Lifespan
Denise C. Park & Doris Payer
10. Children's Memory Development: Remembering the Past and Preparing for the Future
Peter A. Ornstein, Catherine A. Haden, & Holger B. Elischberger
11. Aging and Long-Term Memory: Deficits Are Not Inevitable
Rose T. Zacks & Lynn Hasher
12. Development of Representation in Childhood
Katherine Nelson
13. Representation and Aging
Deborah M. Burke
14. The Emergentist Coalition Model of Word Learning in Children Has Implications for Language in Aging
Roberta Michnick Golinkoff & Kathy Hirsh-Pasek
15. Language in Adulthood
Susan Kemper
16. Language Meaning and Form Disorders
Maureen Dennis
17. Language Disorders in Aging
David Caplan & Gloria Waters
18. Patterns of Knowledge Growth and Decline
Frank Keil
19. Aging of Thought
Timothy A. Salthouse
20. Inter- and Intra-individual Differences in Problem Solving Across the Life Span
Robert S. Siegler
21. Variability in Cognitive Aging: From Taxonomy to Theory
Ulman Lindenberger & Timo von Oertzen
22. Intelligence and Cognitive Abilities as Competencies in Development
Damian P. Birney & Robert J. Sternberg
23. The lacunae of loss? Aging and the differentiation of cognitive abilities
Patrick Rabbitt & Mike Anderson
24. Cognitive Developmental Research from Lifespan Perspectives: The Challenge of Integration
Shu-Chen Li & Paul B. Baltes 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Cognition -- Age factors.
Aging -- Psychological aspects.