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ARTHUR (ART) F. KRAMER

Center for Cognitive & Brain Health

Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Complex (ISEC)

Northeastern University

805 Columbus Avenue

Boston, MA, 02115

Mobile: (217) 898-0590

a.kramer@northeastern.edu

https://web.northeastern.edu/cbhlab/



Education and Degrees:


Ph.D. 1984 University of Illinois

Major: Cognitive Neuroscience

 

B.A. 1975 State University of New York at Stony Brook

Stony Brook, New York

 Major: Psychology



Professional History:

2016-present, Founding Director, Center for Cognitive & Brain Health, Professor of Psychology, Northeastern University, Boston, MA.


2016-2018, Senior Vice Provost for Research and Graduate Education, Professor of Psychology and Mechanical & Industrial Engineering, Northeastern University, Boston, MA. Main campus with two remote campuses in the Boston area (i.e. Burlington and Nahant) and four remote campuses (i.e. Seattle, San Jose, CA., Toronto, and North Carolina) in North America.


2017, Honorary PhD in Science, University of Stony Brook, Stony Brook, New York.


2017-present, Tufts Faculty Scholar, Tufts Clinical and Translational Science Institute, Tufts Medical School, Boston, MA.


2010-2016, Director, Beckman Institute for Advanced Science & Technology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. An interdisciplinary research institute with approximately 1500 researchers (see: http://www.beckman.illinois.edu/index.aspx).


2008-2011, Zukunftskolleg Senior Fellow, University of Konstanz.


2007-2016, Swanlund Endowed Chair in Neuroscience and Psychology, University of Illinois.


2005-2008, Richard and Margaret Romano Professional Scholar, University of Illinois.

2004-2010, Director, Biomedical Imaging Center, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (see: http://bic.beckman.illinois.edu/).

2003-2008, Co-Director, NIH Center for Healthy Minds, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

1998-2010 Co-Chair, Intelligent Human-Computer Interaction Main Research Theme, Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology, University of Illinois.


1994-2016 Professor, Department of Psychology, Beckman Institute, Institute of Aviation, Campus Neuroscience Program, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.


1989-1994 Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Beckman Institute, Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Institute of Aviation, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois.


1989-2010 Group Coordinator. Human Perception and Performance Unit. Beckman Institute, University of Illinois.


1984-1989 Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, and Institute of Aviation, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois.


1983-1984 Research Associate, Cognitive Psychophysiology Laboratory, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois.


1982 Teaching Associate, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois.


1979-1983 Research Assistant, Cognitive Psychophysiology Laboratory, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois.


1978-1979 Staff specialist, Operations Research Division, Southern New England Telephone Company, New Haven, CT.


Research Interests:


Cognition and aging, cognitive neuroscience, cognitive and brain plasticity, acquisition and utilization of cognitive skills, selective and divided attention.


Professional Societies and Appointments:


Member, Weston Brain Foundation, Toronto, Canada (2019-present)

Member, Scientific Advisory Council, Beckman Foundation (2010-2016)

Fellow, American Psychological Association (Divisions 3, 20 & 21)

Fellow, American Psychological Society

Member of the Executive Committee (& treasurer), International

Association for the Study of Attention and Performance (2002-2010)

Member of the Scientific Advisory Board, Institute for the Study of Aging (2001 to present)

Human Factors Society

Society for Psychophysiological Research

Psychonomic Society

Cognitive Neuroscience Society

Association for Research on Vision and Ophthalmology


Editorial Duties:


Associate Editor: Perception and Psychophysics (1993-1999)


Editorial Boards: Human Factors (1984-present), Acta Psychologica (1995-present), Perception & Psychophysics (1999-2011), Psychology and Aging (1999-present), Visual Cognition (2005-2010), Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied (2000-2005, 2007-2010), Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Performance and Perception (2000 – 2006), Psychonomic Bulletin and Review (2000 – 2009).


Ad Hoc Reviewer for: Psychophysiology, Journals of Experimental Psychology, Biological Psychology, Memory and Cognition, IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, The Journal of Neuroscience, Psychological Science, Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, Psychological Review, Experimental Aging Research, Cognitive Psychology, Journals of Gerontology, Brain Research, Neurobiology of Aging, Cerebral Cortex, Neuroimage, Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, Frontiers, Journal of Neuroscience, PNAS, PLOS One, Science, Nature.



External Research Support:


Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), “Sex Matters: Understanding Sex Differences in Exercise Efficacy on Brain Health in Mild Cognitive Impairment“, (Teresa Liu-Ambrose et al), 2020-2024, 661,724 Canadian dollars.


National Institute on Aging, Boston Roybal Center for Active Lifestyle Interventions. “An Integrated Two-Way Communication and Near-Real-Time Sensing System to Detect and Modify Daily

Inactivity among Adults > 60“. (D. John et al). 2020-2021, $ 75,000.


National Institute on Aging, “Supplement to Investigate Gains in Neurocognition in an Intervention Trial of Exercise: PET Scanning”, (Kramer & Hillman), 2019-2022, $ 2,700,000.


National Institute on Aging, “Antioxidant Imaging Marker of Investigating Gains in Neurocognition in an Intervention Trial of Exercise (AIM-IGNITE)”, (Phil Lee et al) 2019-2022, $ 2,254,397.


Alex’s Lemonade Stand for Childhood Cancer, “A Randomized Controlled Trial to Evaluate a Home Physical Activity Intervention to Improve Cognitive Late Effects in Children Treated with Cranial Radiation for Brain Tumors” (Pam Wolters et al) 2018-2020, $ 300,000.

National Institute on Aging, Boston Roybal Center for Active Lifestyle Interventions. “Changing and understanding motivation to increase physical activity among sedentary older adults”. (M. Geddes et al). 2019-2021, $ 159,421.


National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, “Sympathetic nervous system mediation of acute exercise effects on childhood brain and cognition” (Hillman et al), 2018-2023, $ 2,852,000.


Health and Medical Research Fund, Hong Kong, “Tai Chi versus Walking in Promoting Mental Health in Adults: A randomized controlled trial (Hui et al), 2017-2020, 687,992 HK $.


National Institute on Aging, “Investigating gains in neurocognition in an intervention trial of exercise”,  (with Kirk Erickson, Jeff Burns, and Edward McAuley), 2016-2022,  $22,170,107.


National Institute on Aging, “Cognitive regulation training and exercise (CORTEX II) with middle-aged adults” (with Sean Mullen, Edward McAuley & Sa Shen), 2016-2021, $ 2,732,683.


Canadian Institutes of Health Research, “Reshaping the path of mild cognitive impairment by refining exercise prescription: Understanding training type and exploring mechanisms” (Liu-Ambrose et al), 2015-2020, $ 900,150.


Abbott Nutrition, “Retrospectively studying the effects of early life lutein intake on cognitive function and brain health in preadolescent children: The RETLU study” (with N. Khan et al), 2015-2017, $ 179,433.


Abbott Nutrition, “Longitudinally dynamic biomarkers of healthy brain aging in the Illinois elderly adult cohort” (with A. Barbey et al), 2015-2017, $ 732,819.


Abbott Nutrition, “Optimizing assessment tools for determining nutritional enhancement of learning and memory” (with N. Cohen et al), 2015-2017, $ 179,433.


Australian Research Council, Discovery award, “Optimal strategies for collaborative visual search” (PI: J. McCarley), 2015-2019, 502,789 Australian dollars.


Abbott Nutrition, “Nutritional Enhancement of Cognitive and Physical Performance in Active Duty Air Force Personnel: A Randomized Controlled Trial” (PI: A. Barbey), 2014-2017, $ 1,008,068.


Intelligence Advanced Projects Agency (IARPA), “An integrative system for enhancing fluid

intelligence (Gf) through human cognitive, fitness, HD-tDCS, and nutritional intervention

(INSIGHT)”, (PI: A. Barbey), 2013-2017, $ 12,919,000.


CIHR, Institute of Aging (Canada), “Gaining Insight to Brain-Behavior Relationships: Developing a Neuroepidemiology Study Using the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging” (PI: Teresa Liu-Ambrose), 2013-2014, $ 24,620.


Keck Futures Initiative, “Nature and cognitive restoration: How does the brain behave in a non-digital world?” (with David Strayer), 2013-2014, $ 50,000.


Office of Naval Research SBIR, “Portable adaptive cognitive training” (with Alexandra Geyer), 2012-2014, $ 750,000.


Swedish Research Council, “Be smart, Exercise your heart: Using PET/CT to study physical exercise effects on the dopaminergic system in relation to aging and cognition”, Carl-Johan Olsson (PI), 2012-2016, 3,000,000 kroner.


National Institute of Health, “Cognitive regulation and training”, S. Mullen (PI), 2012-2014, $ 434,891.


National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, “Enhancing children’s cognitive and brain health through physical activity training”, 2012-2018, $ 3,075,701.


Abbott Nutrition, “Synergistic effects of exercise and nutrition on cognitive and brain health of older adults: A randomized controlled trial”, 2012-2017, $ 2,495,272.


Abbott Nutrition, Nutrient biomarker patterns, cognitive function, and MRI measures of brain aging”,  A. Barbey (PI), 2012-2016, $ 845,301.


Abbott Nutrition, “Optimizing assessment tools for determining nutritional enhancement of learning and memory”, 2012-2016, N. Cohen (PI), $ 715,909.


Abbott Nutrition, “The effects of fortified nutritional supplementation on cognition, memory, and achievement”, 2012-2016, C. Hillman (PI), $ 1,547,371.


National Institute on Aging, “Acting out: Influence of an acting intervention on cognition and brain function”, 2011-2017, $ 1,408,500.


Office of Naval Research, “The gaze contingent multi-resolutional display blur detection as a measure of the useful field of view”, 2011-2014, $ 1,049,799.


Abbott Nutrition, “Grand Challenge, Administrative Core” (with Neal Cohen- PI and Gene Robinson) 2011-2017, $ 2,052,625.


National Institute on Aging, “Aging, fitness and neurocognitive function”, NIH merit award, 2005-2017, $ 6,987,000.


National Institutes of Health, “Controlling sensitivity bias in functional MRI studies due to field inhomogeneity” (with Brad Sutton – PI), 2010-2012, $ 404,995.

American Federation for Aging, “Age-related demyelination in motor pathways predicts reduction in fine

motor control” (with Brad Sutton – PI), 2010-2011, $ 75,000.


National Institutes of Health, “Brain & behavioral correlates of fitness, cerebrovasular function and aging” (with M. Fabiani – PI, G. Gratton & B. Sutton), 2009-2011, $ 944,526.


Office of Naval Research, “Capitalizing on animal and human research on brain plasticity to enhance training and performance” MURI award, 2007-2013, $ 6,750,000.


National Institute on Aging, The senior odyssey: A test of the engagement hypothesis of cognitive aging (with E. Stine-Morrow - PI, D. Morrow, & D. Park), 2007-2012, $ 2,903,000.


National Institute on Aging, “Aging and multi-task training”, 2005-2010, $ 1,499,600.


Qualcom Inc, “Annoying cell phone research”, 2006-2007, $ 158,951 (with Charissa Lansing, Jason McCarley, Jont Allen & Mark Hasagawa-Johnson).


Institute for the Study of Aging, “Enhancing cognitive and brain function of older adults, 2005-2007, $ 250,000.


Office of Naval Research, “A cognitive neuroscience approach for enhancing training and performance”, 2005-2007, $ 625,780.


DARPA, “Assessing mental workload in single and dual-tasks with event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging”, 2004, $ 80,000.


Office of Naval Research, “Experiments to address display interface and training issues for the Navy’s DCL system”, 2004-2007, $ 282,347.


Riken Brain Science Institute, “Enhancing cognitive and brain plasticity of older adults”, 2003-2006, $81,000 (with Stan Colcombe).


National Institute on Aging, “Roybal Center for Healthy Minds”, 2003-2008, $ 1,806,844 (with Denise Park).


National Institute on Aging, “Exercise, Executive Processes, and the Aging Brain”, 2003-2006, $ 936,148 (with Charles Hillman & Edward McAuley).


General Motors Corporation, “Towards an understanding of the influence of speaking and speech comprehension on the management of distraction and automotive workload”, 2004-2005, $ 160,000 (with Gary Dell, Kay Bock & Susan Garnsey).


National Institute on Aging, “Studying neurovascular coupling in aging with optical methods”, 2002-2007, $ 3,424,091 (with Monica Fabiani, Gabrielle Gratton et al).


Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, “Optical imaging analysis of the frontal lobes and executive function”, 2002-2005, $ 1,204,000 (with Monica Fabiani, Gabrielle Gratton et al).


General Motors Corporation, “Human factors research for the next generation vehicle: Reducing driver distraction”, 2001-2005, $ 775,000 (gift).


General Motors Corporation, “Evaluation of the efficacy of proximity warning devices”, 2001-2002, $ 364,875.


National Institute on Aging, “Aging, Fitness, and Neurocognitive Function”, 2001-2005, $ 1,659,423.


National Institutes of Health, “Memory during visual search”, 2002-2005, $ 446,623 (With M. Peterson & J. McCarley)


Institute for the Study of Aging, “Influence of fitness on the neurocognitive function of older adults”, 2001-2004, $ 433,054.


Federal Aviation Administration, “Visual search for complex shapes”, 2001-2002, $ 88,000 (with J. McCarley & C. Wickens).


National Science Foundation, “Electrostatic Haptic Displays for the Visually Impaired, 2000–2002, $395,497 (with D. Beebe).


Army Research Laboratory, “Multimodal display augmentation”, 1999-2002, $ 992,000 (with R. Bargar & D. Beebe).


National Institute on Aging, “Aging and dual-task performance: Training interventions”, 1998-2002,

$ 613,409.

Federated Army Research Laboratory, "Advanced interactive displays", 1996-2001, $ 9,359,460 (with T. Huang, G. McConkie).


National Institute of Health, "Exercise, Aging and Psychological Function", 1995-2000, $ 971,546 (with E. McAuley, M. Banich & N. Cohen).


Office of Naval Research, "Pilot Skill Development and Visual Scanning", 1996-1999, $ 396,663 (with S. Doane & C. Wickens).


National Institute of Health, "Cognitive plasticity and aging: Dual-task training effects", 1994-1998, $ 426,182.


Federal Aviation Administration, "Helicopter Flight into Obstacle Rich Environments", 1996-1997,

$ 423,455 (with C. Wickens).


Office of Naval Research, "Functional imaging studies of cognitive processing", 1993-1996, $ 77,421.


Office of Naval Research, "Visual scanning as an index of pilot skill acquisition", 1992-1995, $ 476,125 (with C. Wickens).


Office of Naval Research, "Interaction of top-down and bottom-up processes in the control of attention in the visual field", 1992-1996, $ 187,445.


National Institute of Health, "Development of skilled performance in the elderly", 1991-1994, $237,799.


Office of Naval Technology, "Biopsychometric assessment of workload and performance decrements", 1992-1993, $ 35,000.


Office of Naval Research, "Control of the mind's eye: The dynamics of the distribution of visual attention", 1989-1992, $162,346.


Office of Naval Research, "Effects of fatigue on skilled performance", 1990-1992, $65,000.


Office of Naval Technology, "Closed loop adaptive aiding", 1989-1992, $127,800.


NASA Ames Research Center, "The assessment and use of workload measurement techniques in the acquisition and performance of complex skills", 1990-1992, $90,000.


Boeing-Vertol, "Workload assessment in the LHX helicopter", 1989-1990, $286,000 (with C. Wickens).


NASA Ames Research Center, "The assessment and prediction of mental metrics", 1987-1990, $191,452.


National Institute of Health, "Aging and the Development of Automatic Processing", 1989-1990, $38,050.


National Institute of Health, "Event-related brain potentials and memory", 1988-1991, $322,177 (with E. Donchin).


Honeywell Inc., "Focused attention in depth", 1988-1989, $30,000 (with G. Andersen).


NASA Ames Research Center, "Event-related brain potential indices of cognitive workload and automaticity", 1985-1988, $60,090.


Northern Telecom, Inc., "Large scale technological innovation: An assessment of training effectiveness", 1986-1988, $101,759 (with C. Hulin).


NIH Biomedical Research Support Grant, "The allocation of spatial attention in a dynamic visual environment", 1985-1987, $11,470.


Air Force Office of Scientific Research, "The event-related brain potential as an index of information processing, cognitive activity, and skill acquisition", 1984-1988, $508,647 (with M. Coles & E. Donchin).



Equipment, Conference, and Training Grants:


NIMH, "Training in cognitive psychophysiology", 2008-2013, $ 1,173,455 (PI: G Miller, Co-PI with Fabiani, Garnsey, Cohen, Heller, Verona & Gratton).


NIMH, "Training in cognitive psychophysiology", 2003-2008, $ 1,094,520 (PI: G Miller, Co-PI with Fabiani, Garnsey, Cohen, Heller & Gratton).


National Science Foundation, “LIVE, Laboratory for Immersive Virtual Experimentation”, 2000 – 2003, $ 753,000 (PI: T. Huang, Co-PI with R. Brady).


Department of Defense University Infrastructure grant, “Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Perception, Cognition and Action”, 1999-2000, $ 80,000.


NIMH, "Training in cognitive psychophysiology", 1996-2001, $ 1,207,015 (PI: E. Donchin, Co-PI with Coles, Garnsey, Heller & Miller).


IBM University Research Initiative, "Computational analysis of the neurological underpinnings of cognitive function", 1994, $26,500.


American Psychological Association Competitive Conference Award Program, "Converging operations in the study of visual selective attention", 1993-1994, $ 17,500 (with M. Coles & G. Logan).


IBM University Research Initiative, "High performance graphical computing for functional magnetic resonance imaging data", 1993, $ 52,890.


NIMH, "Training in cognitive psychophysiology", 1992-1996, $438,839 (PI: E. Donchin, Co-PI with Coles, Garnsey, Harper & Miller).


National Science Foundation, "Laboratory course in Human-Computer Interface Design", 1992-1994, $47,992.


International Business Machines, "Multimedia laboratory for Human-Computer Interaction", 1992, $ 31,200.


Apple Computer Company, "Scientific visualization", 1990, $ 26,860.


International Business Machines, "Interdisciplinary laboratory in Human-Computer Interaction, 1985-1986, $ 43,400 (with B. Ross).


Teaching and Mentoring


Graduate Courses:

Cognitive Neuroscience

Aging and Cognition

Methods in Human Factors and Ergonomics

Human Performance and Engineering Psychology

Human-Computer Interaction

Seminar in Psychophysiology

Seminar in Attention

Behavioral Science for Medical Students

Seminar in Cognition and Aging


Undergraduate courses:

Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory

Engineering Psychology

Cognition and Aging
 Visual Attention

Honors Seminar


Former Graduate Student and Post-Doc Lab Members


Maritza Alvarado Resident, White Memorial Medical Center, Los Angeles

Heloisa Alves Assistant Professor, University of Massachusetts

Cher Wee Ang Senior Member of Technical Staff, DSO National Laboratories, Singapore

Paul Atchley Professor and Dean of Undergraduate Studies, University of South Florida

Sarah Banducci Regulatory Project Manager, Abbott

Pauline Baniqued Post-Doc, University of Southern California

Chandramillika Basak Associate Professor, University of Texas at Dallas

Ensar Becic  Human Performance Project Manager, National Transportation Safety Board

Artem Belopolosky  Assistant Professor, Vrije University, Amsterdam

Louis Bherer  Professor, University of Montreal

Agnieszka Bojko Senior User Experience Specialist at User Centric, Inc

Walter Boot Professor, Florida State University

Jean Buckley Cytotechnologist, ARUP Technologies

Agnieszka Burzynska Assistant Professor, Colorado State University

Nicholas Cassavaugh Scientific Programmer, Indiana School of Optometry

Angela Colcombe Associate Scientist, Applied Cognitive Sciences

Stanley Colcombe Section Head, Nathan S. Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research

Chris Conrad Research Director, Microsoft

Greg DiGirolamo Associate Professor, College of the Holy Cross

Ana Daugherty  Assistant Professor, Wayne State University

Kirk Erickson Professor, University of Pittsburgh

Julianne Fox Principal Scientist, Decision Speed, Inc.

John Gaspar  Director of Human Factors Research, National Advanced Driving Simulator

Richard Godijn  Assistant Professor, Vrije University, Amsterdam

Jessica Gonzalez-Hill Assistant Professor, Utah Valley University

Sowon Hahn Professor, Seoul National University

Catherine Harrison Research Scientist, Air Force Research Laboratory

Paul Hughes Computer Analyst, Marsh & McLennan (deceased 9/11)

Darryl Humphrey Principal Consultant, Humphrey & Associates

Erika Hussey Cognitive Scientist, US Army Solider Center

Jennifer Kim  Assistant Director for Talent and Programming, University of Illinois

Mike Kranz  CVS AI Group Technical Staff

Tate Kubose Human Factors Consultant, InSciTech

Hyunkyu Lee Senior Research Scientist, Posit Science

Robin Martin-Emerson Engineering Staff, Human Centered Design, University of Washington

Jason McCarley Professor, Oregon State University

Lindsay Nagamatsu  Assistant Professor, University of Western Ontario

Mark Neider Associate Professor, University of Central Florida

Aki Nikolaidis Research Scientist, Child Mind Institute

Ashley Nunes Senior Research Associate, MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics

Nate Parks Associate Professor, University of Arkansas

Mathew Peterson Associate Professor, George Mason University

Ruchika Prakash Associate Professor, Ohio State University

Heather Pringle General and Commander, US Air Force Research Laboratory

Aishwarya Rajesh Resident, University of Mississippi

Mark Reisweber Engineering Psychologist, Federal Aviation Administration

Paige Scalf  Law School, University of Arizona

Aldis Siplolins Immersive Technology Research Lead, Draper

Erik Sirevaag Research Scientist, Washington University School of Medicine

Gillian Snyder Assistant Director for Research, IHSI, University of Illinois

David Strayer  Professor, University of Utah

John Larish Senior User Experience Designer, Merrill Lynch

Ming Po Tham Professor, National University of Singapore

Steven Todd Senior Technical Architect, AT&T

Ana Torralbo Data Scientist, University College London

Loan Vo Data Scientist, University of Illinois

Meg Vais User Experience Designer, Redbox Automated Retail, LLC

Michelle Voss Associate Professor, University of Iowa

Nate Ward Assistant Professor, Tufts University

Stephen Watson Head, Navy Testing Sciences

Timothy Weber  Usability Research Engineer, Microsoft

Melody Wisehart Professor, York University

Chelsea Wong Resident, Beth Israel, Harvard University

Yusuke Yamani Associate Professor, Old Dominion University

Laura Zwaan Assistant Professor, Erasmus Medical College, Netherlands


Journal Articles:

Morris, T.P., Kucyi, A., Anteraper, S.A., Geddes, M.R., Nieto-Castanon, A., Burzynska, A., Gothe, N.P., Fanning, J., Salerno, E.A., Whitfield-Gabrieli, S., McAuley, E., Kramer, A.F. (2022). Resting state functional connectivity provides mechanistic predictions of future changes in sedentary behavior. Scientific Reports, 12(1), 1-11.


Raine, L.B., Watrous, J.N.H., McDonald, K., Logan, N.E., Khan, N.A., Kramer, A.F., Hillman, C.H. (2022). Aerobic fitness, B-vitamins, and weight status are related to selective attention in children. Nutrients, 14(1), 201-2018.


Liu, S., Yu, Q., Hossain, M.M., Doig, S., Bao, R., Zhao, Y., Yan, J., Luo, X., Yang, J., Kramer, A.F., Zou, L. (2022). Meeting 24-h movement guidelines is related to better academic achievement: Findings from the YRBS 2019 cycle. International Journal of Mental Health Promotion, 24(1), 13-24.

Kramer, A.F. (2021). How to better study the associations between physical activity, exercise, and cognitive and brain health. JAMA Network Open, Invited Commentary: Public Health, March 31, 2021, 1-3. 2021; 4(3): e215153, doi: 10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2021.5153.


Shigeta, T.T., Morris, T.P., Henry, D.H., Kucyi, A., Bex, P., Kramer, A.F., & Hillman, C.H. (2021). Acute exercise effects on inhibitory control and pupillary response in young adults. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 170, 218-228.


Bherer, L., Gagnon, C., Langeard, A., Lussier, M., Desjardins-Crepeau, L., Berryman, N., Bosquet, L., Vu, T.T.M., Fraser, S. & Kramer, A.F. (2021). Synergistic effect of cognitive training and physical exercise on dual-task performance in older adults. The Journals of Gerontology: Series B, 76(8), 1533-1541, https://doi.org/10.1093/gbaa124.


Kundu, S., Huang, H., Erickson, K.I., McAuley, E., Kramer, A.F. & Rohde, G.K. (2021). Investigating impact of cardiorespiratory fitness in reducing brain tissue loss caused by aging. Brain Communications, https://doi.org/10.1093/braincomms/fcab228, 1-16.


Neider, M.B., Sarno, D.M., Lewis, J.E., Mishler, A.D., Hess, A.S., Bohil, C., J. & Kramer, A.F. (2021). Training detection of camouflaged targets in natural scenes: Backgrounds and targets both matter. Acta Psychologica, 219, 103394, 1-16.


Chaddock-Heyman, L., Weng, T.B., Loui, P., Kienzler, C., Weisshappel, R., Drollette, E.S., Raine, L.B., Westfall, D., Kao, S.C., Pindus, D.M., Baniqued, P., Castelli, D.M., Hillman, C.H. & Kramer, A.F. (2021). Brain network modularity predicts changes in cortical thickness in children involved in a physical activity intervention. Psychophysiology, 1-14, https://doi.org/10.1111/psyp.13890.


Lu, S., Herold, F., Zhang, Y., Lei, Y., Kramer, A.F., Jiao, C., Yu, Q., Doig, S., Li, J., Yan, Z., Kuang, J., Wang, T., & Zou, L. (2021). Higher handgrip strength is linked to better cognition performance in Chinese adults with hypertension. Brain Sciences, 11, 985, 1-11.  https://doi.org/10.3390/brainsci 11080985.


Colmenares, A.M., Voss, M.W., Fanning, J., Salerno, E.A., Gothe, N.P., Thomas, M.L., McAuley, E., Kramer, A.F. & Burzynska, A.Z. (2021). White mater plasticity in healthy older adults: The effects of aerobic exercise. Neuroimage, 239, 1-13. 118305.


Ai, M., Morris, T.P., Ordway, C., Quinonez, E., D’Agostino, F., Whitfield-Gabrieli, S., Noriega de la Colina, A., Phillips, S., Kramer, A.F. & Geddes, M. (2021). The daily activity study of health (DASH): A pilot randomized control trial to enhance physical activity in sedentary older adults. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 106, 1-9, 106405.


Li, L., Yu, Q., Zhao, W., Herold, F., Cheval, B., Kong, Z., Li, J., Muller, N., Kramer, A.F., Cui, J., Pan, H., Zhan, Z., Hui, M., Zou, L. (2021).Physical activity and inhibitory control: The mediating role of sleep quality and sleep efficiency. Brain Sciences, 11, https://doi.org/10.390/brainsci11050664, 1-10.


Morris, T.P., Ai, M., Chaddock-Heyman, L., McAuley, E., Hillman, C.H., & Kramer, A.F. (2021). Relationships between enriching early-life experiences and cognitive function later in life are mediated by educational attainment. Journal of Cognitive Enhancement, 1-10, https://doi.org/10.1007/s441465 -021-00208-5.


Zhu, L., Yu, Q., Herold, F., Cheval, B., Dong, X., Cui, L., Xiong, X., Chen, A., Yin, H., Kong, Z., Kramer, A.F. & Zou, L. (2021). Brain structure, cardiorespiratory fitness, and executive control changes after a 9-week exercise intervention in young adults: A randomized control trial. Life, 11, 292, 1-14, https://doi.ord/10.3390/life11040292.


Rajesh, A., Noice, T., Noice, H., Jahn, A., Daugherty, A.M., Heller, W. & Kramer, A.F. (2021). Can a theater acting intervention enhance inhibitory control in older adults? A brain-behavior investigation. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 15 (583220), 1-14, doi: 10.3889/fnhum.2021.583220.


Liu, R., Hannon, B.A., Robinson, K.N., Raine, L.B., Hammond, B.R., Renzi-Hammond, L.M., Cohen, N.J., Kramer, A,F., Hillman, C.H., Teran-Garcia, M. & Khan, N.A, (2021). Single nucleotide polymorphisms in CD36 are associated with macular pigment among children. The Journal of Nutrition, 1-8, https://doi.org/10.1093/jn/nxab153.


Ward, N., Hussey, E., Alzahabi, R., Gaspar, J.G. & Kramer, A.F. (2021). Age-related effects on a novel dual-task Stroop paradigm. PLOS One, 16(3), 1-15, https://doi.org/101371/journal/pone.024793.


Raine, L.B., McDonald, K., Shigeta, T.T., Hsieh, S.S., Hunt, J., Chiarlitti, N.A., Lim, M., Gebhardt, K., Collins, N., De Lisio, M., Mullen, S.P., Kramer, A.F. & Hillman, C. (2021). Sympathetic nervous system and exercise affects cognition in youth (SNEACY): study protocol for a randomized crossover trial. Trials, 22:154, 1-10, https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-021-05096-w.


Yu, Q., Herold, F., Becker, B., Klugah-Brown, B., Zhang, Y., Perrey, S., Veronese, N., Muller, N.G., Kramer, A.F. & Zou, L. (2021). Cognitive benefits of exercise interventions: an fMRI activation likelihood estimation meta-analysis. Brain Structure and Function, 1-19, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00429-021-02247-2.


Chaddock-Heyman, L., Loui, P., Weng, T.B., Weisshappel, R., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2021). Musical training and brain volume in older adults. Brain Sciences, 11(50), 1-16, https://doi.org/ 10.3390/ brainsci11010050.


Donahue, P.T., Grove, G., Stillman, C., Kang, C., Burns, J., Hillman, C.H., Kramer, A.F., McAuley, E., Vidoni, E. & Erickson, K.I. (2021). Estimating the financial costs associated with a phase III multi-site exercise intervention trial: Investigating gains in neurocognition in an intervention trial of Exercise (IGNITE). Contemporary Clinical Trials, 105, 106401, 1-7.


Morris, T.P., Chaddock-Heyman, L., Ai, M., Anteraper, S., A., Castanon, A., N., Whitfield-Gabrieli, S., Hillman, C.H., McAuley, E., & Kramer, A., F. (2021). Enriching activities during childhood are associated with variations in functional connectivity patterns later in life. Neurobiology of Aging, 104, 92-101.


Esteban-Cornejo, I., Stillman, C.M., Rodriguez-Ayllon, M., Kramer, A.F., Hillman, C.H., Catena, A., Erickson, K.I., & Ortega, F.B. (2021).  Physical fitness, hippocampal functional connectivity and academic performance in children with overweight/obesity: The Active Brains project. Brain, Behavior and Immunity, 91, 284-295. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bbi.2020.10.006

Burzynska, A.Z., Fanning J., Gothe, N.P., McAuley, E., Voss, M.W., Salerno, E.A. & Kramer, A.F. (2020). Sensor measured sedentariness and physical activity are differentially related to fluid and crystallized abilities in aging. Psychology & Aging, 35 (8), 1154-1169.

Chaddock-Heyman, L., Weng, T.B., Kienzler, C., Weisshappel, R., Drollette, E.S., Raine, L.B., Westfall, D.R., Kao, S.C., Baniqued, P., Castelli, D.M., Hillman, C.H. & Kramer, A.F. (2020). Brain modularity predicts improvements in cognitive and scholastic performance in children involved in a physical activity intervention. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 14 (346), 1-13, doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2020.00346


Raine, L.B., Kao, S.C., Drollette, E.S., Pontifex, M.B., Pindus, D., Hunt, J., Kramer, A.F., Hillman, C.H. (2020). The role of BMI on cognition following acute physical activity in preadolescent children. Trends in Neuroscience & Education, 21, 100143, 1-10.


White, S.A., Ward, N., Kramer, A.F., Grandjean de Costa, K., Liu, C.K., Kowaleski, C. & Reid, K.F. (2020). Nutritional risk status, dietary intake and cognitive performance in older adults with motoric cognitive risk syndrome. Journal of Aging Research & Lifestyle, 9, 1-8.


Cai, K., Herold, F., Liu, Z., Wang, J., Zhu, L., Xiong, X., Chen, A., Muller, P., Kramer, A.F., Muller, N.G. & Zou, L. (2020). Mini-basketball training program improves social communication and white matter integrity in children with autism. Brain Sciences, 10, 803, doi:10.3390/brainsci10110803.


Hiscox, L.V., McGarry, M.D.J., Schwarb, H., Van Houten, E.E.W., Pohlig, R.T., Roberts, N., Huesmann, G.R., Burzynska, A.Z., Sutton, B.P., Hillman, C.H., Kramer, A.F., Cohen, N.J., Barbey, A.K., Paulsen, K.D. & Johnson, C.L. (2020). Standard space atlas of the viscoelastic properties of the human brain. Human Brain Mapping, 1-19, DOI: 10.1002/hbm.25192.


Yue, C., Yu, Q., Zhang, Y., Herold, F., Mei, J., Kong, Z., Perrey, S., Liu, J., Muller, N.G., Zhang, Z., Tao, Y., Kramer, A.F., Becker, B. & Zou, L. (2020). Regular Tai Chi practice is associated with improved memory as well as structural and functional alterations of the hippocampus in the elderly. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 12 (586770), 1-11,  https://doi.org/10.3389/fnagi.2020.586770.


Mora-Gonzalez, J., Esteban-Cornejo, I., Migueles, J.H., Rodriguez-Ayllon, M., Molina-Garcia, P., Cadenas-Sanchez, C., Solis-Urra, P., Plaza-Florido, A., Kramer, A.F., Erickson, K.I., Hillman, C.H., Catena, A. & Ortega, F.B. (2020). Physical fitness and brain source localization during a working memory task in children with overweight / obesity: The ActiveBrains project. Developmental Science, 020;00:e13048, 1-15, https://doi.org/10.1111/desc.13048.


Westfall, D,R., Anterapter, S.A., Chaddock-Heyman, L., Drollette, E.S., Raine, L.B., Whitfield-Gabrieli, S., Kramer, A.F. & Hillman, C.H. (2020). Resting state functional connectivity and scholastic performance in preadolescent children: A data-driven multivoxel pattern analysis (MVPA). Journal of Clinical Medicine, 9, 319, 1-13, doi:10.3390/jcm9103198.


Vidoni, E.D., Szabo-Reed, A., Kang, C., Shaw, A.R., Perales-Puchalt, J., Grove, G., Hamill, M., Henry, D., Burns, J.M., Hillman, C., Kramer, A.F., McAuley, E., Erickson, K.I. (2020). The IGNITE trial: Participant recruitment lessons prior to SARS-CoV-2. Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications, 20 1-11, https://doi.org/10.1016/jconctc.2020/100666.


Trinh, L., Kramer, A.F., Rowland, K., Strom, D.N., Wong, J.A. & McAuley, E. (2020). A pilot feasibility randomized controlled trial adding behavioral counseling to supervised physical activity in prostate cancer survivors: Behavior change in prostate cancer survivors trial (BOOST). Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 1-15, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10865-020-00185-8.


Gothe, N. P., Ehlers, D.K., Salerno, E.A., Fanning, J., Kramer, A.F. & McAuley, E. (2020). Physical activity, sleep, and quality of life in older adults: Influence of physical, mental and social well-being. Behavioral Sleep Medicine, 18:6,797-808, DOI: 10.1080/15402002.2019.1690493.


Salerno, E.A., Rowland, K., Hillman, C.H., Trinh, L., Kramer, A.F. & McAuley, E. (2020). Dose response effects of acute aerobic exercise duration on cognitive function of patients with breast cancer: A randomized cross-over trial. Frontiers in Psychology, 11(1500), 1-9. doi:10.3389/psyg.2020.01500.


Hsieh, S.S., Chueh, T.Y., Morris, T.P., Kao, S.C., Westfall, D.R., Raine, L.B., Hopman, R.J., Pontifex, M.B., Castelli, D.M., Kramer, A.F. & Hillman, C.H. (2020). Greater childhood cardiorespiratory fitness is associated with better top-down cognitive control: A midfrontal theta oscillation study. Psychophysiology, 1-13, DOI: 10.1111/psyp.13678.


Rodriguez-Ayllon, M., Esteban-Cornejo, I., Verdejo-Roman, J., Muetzel, R.L., Mora-Gonzalez, J., Cadenas-Sanchez, C., Plaza-Florido, A., Molina-Garcia, P., Kramer, A,F., Catena, A. & Ortega, F.B. (2020). Physical fitness and white matter microstructure in children with overweight or obesity: The Active Brains project, Scientific Reports, 10(1), 1-9.


Pindus, D.M., Zwilling, C.E., Jarrett, J.S., Talukdar, T., Schwarb, H.,  Anderson, E., Cohen, N.J., Barbey, A.K., Kramer, A.F. & Hillman, C.H. (2020). Opposing associations between sedentary time and decision-making competence in young adults revealed by functional connectivity in the dorsal attention network. Scientific Reports, 10, 13993, | https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-70679-7.


Burzynska, A.Z., Ganster, D.C., Fanning, J., Salerno, E.A., Gothe, N.P., Voss, M.W., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2020). Occupational physical stress is negatively associated with hippocampal volume and memory in older adults. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 14 (266), 1-9, doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2020.00266.


Logan, N.E., Raine, L.B., Drollette, E.S., Castelli, D.M., Khan, N.A., Kramer, A.F., & Hillman, C.H. (2020). The differential relationship of an afterschool physical activity intervention on brain function and cognition in children with obesity and their normal weight peers. Pediatric Obesity, e12708, 1-13, https://doi.org/10.1111/ijpo.12708.


Migueles, J.H., Cadenas-Sanchez, C., Esteban-Cornejo, I., Mora-Gonzalez, J., Rodriguez-Ayllon, M., Solis-Urra, P., Erickson, K.I., Kramer, A.F., Hillman, C.H., Catena, A. & Ortega, F.B. (2020). Associations of sleep with gray matter volume and their implications for academic achievement, executive function and intelligence in children with overweight/obesity.  Pediatric Obesity, 16(2), e12707, 1-13, https://doi.org/10.1111/ijpo.12707.


Prakash, R.S., Fountain-Zaragoza, S., Kramer, A.F., Samimy, S. & Wegman, J. (2020). Mindfulness and attention: Current state-of-affairs and future considerations. Journal of Cognitive Enhancement, https://doi.org/10.1007/s41465-019-00144-5.


Hussey, E.K., Fontes, E.B., Ward, N., Westfall, D.R., Kao, S.C., Kramer, A.F. & Hillman, C.H. (2020). Combined and isolated effects of acute exercise and brain stimulation on executive function in healthy young adults. Journal of Clinical Medicine, 9, 1410; doi:10.3390/jcm9051410.


Ehlers, D.K., Fanning, J., Sunderlage, A., Severson, J., Kramer, A.F., & McAuley, E. (2020). Influence of sitting behaviors on sleep disturbance and memory impairment in breast cancer survivors. Cancer Medicine, 1-8, https://doi.org/10.1002/cam4.3008


Zavala-Crichton, J.P., Esteban-Cornejo, I., Solis-Urra, P., Mora-Gonzalez, J., Cadenas-Sanchez, C., Rodriguez-Ayllon, M., Migueles, J.H., Molina-Garcia, P., Verdejo-Roman, J., Kramer, A.F., Hillman, C.H., Erickson, K.I., Catena, A. & Ortega, F.B. (2020). Association of sedentary behavior with brain structure and intelligence in children with overweight or obesity: The Active Brains Project. Journal of Clinical Medicine, 9, 1101; doi:10.3390/jcm9041101.


Kondiboyina, V., Raine, L.B., Kramer, A.F., Khan, N.A., Hillman, C.H. & Shefelbine, S.J. (2020). Skeletal effects of nine months of physical activity in obese and healthy-weight children. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 52(2), 434-440. 10.1249/MSS.0000000000002148


Hanson, L.L., Severson, J., Kramer, A.F., McAuley, E., & Ehlers, D.K. (2020). Differences in cognition and physical activity in younger versus older breast cancer survivors. Psycho-Oncology,1-4, DOI: 10.1002/pon.5388.


Cadenas-Sanchez, C., Esteban-Cornejo, I., Migueles, J.H., Labayen, I., Verdejo-Roman, J., Mora-Gonzalez, J., Henriksson, P., Maldonado, J., Gomez-Vida, J., Hillman, C.H., Erickson, K.I., Kramer, A.F., Catena, A. & Ortega, F.B. (2020). Differences in brain volume between metabolically healthy and unhealthy overweight and obese children: The role of fitness. Journal of Clinical Medicine, 9, 1059; doi:10.3390/jcm9041059.


Larsen, R.J., Raine, L.B., Hillman, C.H., Kramer, A.F., Cohen, N.J. & Barbey, A.K. (2020). Body mass and cardiorespiratory fitness with altered brain metabolism. Metabolic Brain Disease, 1-9, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11011-020-00560-z.


Walk, A.M., Raine, L.B., Kramer, A.F., Hillman, C.H., Khan, N.A. (2020). Adiposity is related to neuroelectric indices of motor response preparation in preadolescent children. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 147, 176-183.


Daugherty, A.M., Sutton, B.P., Hillman, C.H., Kramer, A.F., Cohen, N. J. & Barbey, A.K. (2020). Individual differences in neurobiology of fluid intelligence predict responsiveness to training: Evidence for a comprehensive cognitive, mindfulness mediation and aerobic exercise intervention. Trends in Neuroscience and Education, 18, 1-10,  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tine.2019.100123.


Roman, F.J., Colom, R., Gillman, C., Kramer, A.F., Cohen, N. & Barbey, A. (2019). Cognitive and neural architecture of decision-making competence. Neuroimage, 199(1), 172-183.


Gothe, N.P., Ehlers, D.K., Salerno, E.A., Fanning, J., Kramer, A.F. & McAuley, E. (2019). Physical activity, sleep and quality of life in older adults: Influence of physical, mental, and social well-being. Behavioral Sleep Medicine, published on-line November 12, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1080/15402002 .2019.1690493.


Baniqued, P., Gallen, C.J., Kranz, M.B., Kramer, A.F. & D’Esposito, M. (2019). Brain network modularity predicts cognitive training related gains in young adults. Neuropsychologia, 131, 205-215.


Zwilling, C.E., Daugherty, A.M., Hillman, C.H., Kramer, A.F., Cohen, N.J. & Barbey, A.K. (2019). Enhanced decision making through multi-modal training. NPJ Science of Learning, 4:11; https://doi.org/10.1038/s41539-019-0049.


Erickson, K.I., Grove, G.A., Burns, J.M., Hillman, C.H., Kramer, A.F., McAuley, E., Vidoni, E.D., Becker, J.T., Butters, M.A., Gray, K.,  Huang, H., Jakicic, J.M., Kamboh, M.I., Kang, C., Klunk, W.E., Lee, P., Marsland, A.L., Mettenburg, J., Rogers, R.J., Stillman, C.M., Sutton, B.P. Szabo-Reed, A., Verstynen, T.D., Watt, J.C., Weinstein, A.M. & Wollam, M.E. (2019). Investigating gains in neurocognition an intervention trial of exercise (IGNITE): Protocol. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 85, 105832, 1-12.


Sollis-Urra, P., Esteban-Cornejo, I., Cadenas-Sanchez, C., Rodriguez-Ayllon, M., Mora-Gonzalez, J., Migueles, J.H., Labayen, I., Verdejo-Roman, J., Kramer, A.F., Erickson, K.I., Hillman, C.H., Catena, A. & Ortega, F.B. (2019).  Early life factors, gray matter brain volume and academic performance in overweight/obese children: The ActiveBrains Project. Neuroimage, 202, 116130, 1-10.

Jonasson, L.S., Nyberg, L., Axelsson, J., Kramer, A.F., Riklund, K., Boraxbekk, C.J. (2019). Higher striatal D2-receptor availability in aerobically fit older adults but non-selective intervention effects after aerobic versus resistance training. Neuroimage, 202, 116044, 1-10.


Ward, N., Hussey, E.K., Cunningham. E.C., Paul, E.J., McWilliams, T. & Kramer, A.F. (2019). Building the multitasking brain: An integrated perspective on functional brain activation during task-switching and dual-tasking. Neuropsychologia, 132, 1-9.


Loui, P., Raine, L.B., Chaddock-Heyman, L., Kramer, A.F. & Hillman, C.H. (2019). Musical instrument practice predicts white matter microstructure and cognitive abilities in childhood. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, 1198, 1-10. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.01198.


Bherer, L., Langeard, A., Kaushai, N., Vrinceanu, T., Desjardins-Crepeau, L., Langlois, F. & Kramer, A.F. (2019). Physical exercise training effect and mediation through cardiorespiratory fitness on dual-task performances differ in younger-old and older-old adults. The Journals of Gerontology: Series B, https://doi.org/10.1093/geronb/gbz066. May 23, 2019.


Salerno, E.A., Rowland, K., Kramer, A.F., & McAuley, E. (2019). Acute exercise effects on cognitive function in breast cancer survivors: A crossover trial. BMC Cancer, 19:371, 1-9, https://doi.org/10.1186/s12885-019-5589-1.


Camacho, P.B., Carbonari, R., Shen, S., Zadikoff, C., Kramer, A.F. & Lopez-Ortiz, C. (2019). Voluntary saccade training protocol in persons with Parkinson’s disease and healthy adults. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 11 (77), 1-14, doi: 10.3389/fnagi.2019.00077.


Green, C.S., Bavelier, D., Kramer, A.F., Vinogradov, S., Ansorge, U., Ball, K.K., Bingel, U., Chein, J.M., Colzato, L.S., Edwards, J.D., Facoetti, A., Gazzaley, A., Gathercole, S.E., Ghisletta, P., Gori, S., Granic, I., Hillman, C.H., Hommel, B., Jaeggi, S.M., Kanske, P., Karbach, J., Kingstone, A., Klingberg, T., Kuhn, S., Levi, D.M., Mayer, R.E., McLaughlin, M.C., McNamara, D.S., Morris, M.C., Nahum, M., Newcombe, N.C., Panizzutti, R., Prakash, R.S., Rozzo, A., Schubert, T., Seitz, A.R., Short, S.J., Singh, L., Slotta, J.D., Strobach, T., Thomas, M.S.C., Tipton, E., Tong, X., Vlach, H.A., Wetherell, J.L., Wexler, A. & Witt, C.M. (2019). Improving methodological standards in behavioral interventions for cognitive enhancement. Journal of Cognitive Enhancement, Epub January, 2019, 1-28. https://doi.org/10.1007/s41465-018-0115-y.


Esteban-Cornejo, I., Cabanas-Sanchez, V., Higueras-Fresnillo, S., Ortega, F.B., Kramer, A,F., Rodriguez-Artalejo, F., & Martinez-Gomez, D. (2019). Cognitive frailty and mortality in a national cohort of older adults: the role of physical activity. Mayo Clinic Proceedings, 94(7), 1180-1189, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mayocp.2018.10.027


Hammer, R., Paul, E.J., Hillman, C.H., Kramer, A.F., Cohen, N.J., & Barbey, A.K. (2019). Individual differences in analogical reasoning revealed by multivariate task-based functional brain imaging. Neuroimage, 884, 993-1004.


Bangsbo, J., Blackwell, J., Boraxbekk, C.J., Caserotti, P., Dela, F., Evans, A.B., Jespersen, A.P., Gliemann, L., Kramer, A.F., Lundbye-Jensen, J., Mortensen, E.L., Lassen, A.J., Gow, A.J., Harridge, S.D.R., Hellsten, Y., Kjaer, M., Kujala, U.M., Rhodes, R., Pike, E.C.J., Skinner, T., Skovgaard, T., Troelasen, J., Tulle, E., Tully, M.A., van Uffelen, J.G.Z. & Vina, J. (2019). The Copenhagen consensus statement 2019: Physical activity and ageing. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 53, 856-858, doi:10.1136/bjsports-2018-100451.


Chojnacki, M.R., Holscher, H.D., Balbinot, A.R., Raine, L.B., Biggan, J.R., Walk, A.M., Kramer, A.F., Cohen, N.J., Hillman, C.H. & Khan, N. (2019). Relations between mode of birth delivery and timing of developmental milestones and adiposity in preadolescence: A retrospective study. Early Human Development, 129, 52-59.


Esteban-Cornejo, I., Rodriguez-Ayllon, M., Verdejo-Roman, J., Cadenas-Sanchez, C., Mora-Gonzalez, J. Chaddock-Heyman, L., Raine, L.B., Stillman, C.M., Kramer, A.F., Erickson, K.I., Catena, A., Ortega, F.B. & Hillman, C.H. (2019). Physical fitness, white matter volume and academic performance in children: Findings from the Active Brains and FitKids2 projects. Frontiers in Psychology, 10 (206), 1-13.  doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00208.


Pindus, D.M., Drollette, E.S., Raine, L.B., Kao, S.C., Khan, N., Westfall, D.R., Hamill, M., Shorin, R., Calobrisi, E., John, D., Kramer, A.F. & Hillman, C.H. (2019). Moving fast, thinking fast: The relations of physical activity levels and bouts to neuroelectric indices of inhibitory control in preadolescents. Journal of Health and Sport Science, 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jshs.2019.02.003. E-pub.


Esteban-Cornejo, I., Mora-Gonzalez, J., Cadenas-Sanchez, C., Contreras-Rodriguez, O., Verdejo-Roman, J., Henriksson, P., Migueles, J.J., Rodriguez-Ayllon, M., Molina-Garcia, P., Suo, C., Hillman, C.H., Kramer, A.F., Erickson, K.I., Catena, A., Verdejo-Garcia, A.  & Ortega, F. (2019). Fitness, cortical thickness and surface area in overweight / obese children: The mediating role of body composition and relationship with intelligence. Neuroimage, 186, 771-781.


Kramer, A.F. & Colcombe, S. (2018). Fitness effects on the cognitive function of older adults: A meta-analytic study – revisited. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 13(2), 213-217.


Wanigatunga, A.A., Manini, T.M., Cook, D.R., Katula, J., Fielding, R.A., Kramer, A.F., Verghese, J., Rapp, S.R., Sink, K.M., King, A.C., Buford, T.W., Anton, S., Nadkarni, N., Jennings, J.M., Reid, K., Espeland, M.A., Gill, T.M., Pahor, M. & Novera, J.R. (2018). Community based activity and sedentary patterns are associated with cognitive performance in mobility limited older adults. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 10 (34), 1-11. doi: 10.3389/fnagi.2018.00341.


Chaddock-Heyman, L., Erickson, K.I., Kienzler, C., Drollette, E.S., Raine, L.B., Kao, S.C., Weisshappel, R., Castelli, D.M., Hillman, C. & Kramer, A.F. (2018). Physical activity increases white matter microstructure in children. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 12 (950), 1-11. doi: 10.3389/fnins.2018.00950.


Hassevoort, K.M., Khan, N.A., Hillman, C.H., Kramer, A.F. & Cohen, N.J. (2018). Relational memory is associated with academic achievement in preadolescent children. Trends in Neuroscience and Education, 13, 8-16.


Wall, K., Stark, J., Schillaci, A., Saulnier, E.T., McLaren, E., Striegnitz, K., Cohen, B.D. Arciero, P.J., Kramer, A.F. & Anderson-Hanley, C. (2018). The enhanced interactive physical and cognitive exercise system (iPACES v 2.0): Pilot clinical trial of an in-home i-pad based neuro-exergame for Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI). Journal of Clinical Medicine, 7, 249, 1-21, doi:10.3390/jcm7090249.


Ehlers, D.K., Fanning, J., Salerno, E.A., Aguinaga, S., Cosman, J., Severson, J., Kramer, A.F., McAuley, E. (2018). Replacing sedentary time with physical activity or sleep: Effects on cancer-related cognitive impairment in breast cancer survivors. BMC Cancer, 18: 685, 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12885-018-4603-3.


Sharp, P.B., Sutton, B.P., Paul, E.J., Sherepa, N., Hillman, C.H., Cohen, N.J., Kramer, A.F., Prakash, R.S., Heller, W., Telzer, E.H. & Barbey, A.K. (2018). Mindfulness training induces structural connectome changes in insula networks. Scientific Reports, 8(1), 7929.


Milanak, M.E., Judah, M.R., Berenbaum, H., Kramer, A.F. & Neider, M. (2018). PTSD symptoms and overt attention to contextualized emotional faces: Evidence from eye tracking. Psychiatry Research, 269, 408-413.


Raine, L., Kao, S.C., Pindus, D., Westfall, D.R., Shigeta, T.T., Logan, N., Cadenas-Sanchez, C., Li, J., Drollette, E.S., Pontifex, M.B., Khan, N.A., Kramer, A.F. & Hillman, C.H. (2018). A large scale reanalysis of childhood fitness and inhibitory control. Journal of Cognitive Enhancement, https://doi.org/10.1007/s41465-018-0070-7.


Anderson-Hanley, C., Barcelos, N., Zimmerman, E.A., Gillen, R.W., Dunnam, M., Cohen, B.D., Yerokhin, Y., Miller, K.E. Hayes, D.J., Arciero, P.J., Maloney, M. & Kramer, A.F. (2018). The aerobic and cognitive exercise study (ACES) for community dwelling older adults with or at-risk for mild cognitive impairment (MCI): Neuropsychological, neurobiological, and neuroimaging outcomes of a randomized clinical trial. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, May, doi: 10.3389/fnagi.2018.00076


Baniqued, P.L., Gallen, C.L., Voss, M.W., Burznska, A.Z., Wong, C.N., Cooke, G.E., Duffy, K., Fanning, J., Ehlers, D., Salerno, E.A., Aguinaga, S., McAuley, E., Kramer, A.F. & D’Esposito, M.D.  (2018). Brain network modularity predicts exercise-related executive function gains in older adults. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 9(426), 1-17, doi: 10.3389/fnagi.2017.00426.


Drollette, E.S., Pontifex, M.B., Raine, L.B., Scudder, M.R., Moore, R.D., Kao, S.C., Westfall, D.R., Wi, C.T., Kamijo, K., Castelli, D.M., Khan, N.A., Kramer A.F. & Hillman, C.H. (2018). Effects of Fit Kids physical activity randomized controlled trial on conflict monitoring in youth. Psychophysiology, 1-15, 55:e13017. https://doi.org/10.1111/psyp.13017.


Kranz, M.B., Voss, M.W., Cooke, G.E., Banducci, S.E., Burzynska, A.Z. & Kramer, A.F. (2018). The cortical structure of functional networks associated with age-related cognitive abilities in older adults. PLOS One, September 21, 2018, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0204280.


Chaddock-Heyman, L., Weng, T.B., Kienzler, C., Erickson, K.I., Voss, M.W., Drollette, E., Raine, L.B., Kao, S.C., Hillman, C.H. & Kramer, A.F. (2018). Scholastic performance and functional connectivity of brain networks in children. PLOS One, 13(1), 1-16, e0190073. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal. pone.0190073


Chojnacki, M.R., Raine, L.B., Drollette, E.S., Scudder, M.R., Kramer, A.F., Hillman, C.H. & Khan, N. (2018). The negative influence of adiposity extends to intraindividual variability in cognitive control among preadolescent children. Pediatric Obesity, 26(2), 405-411.


Johnson, C.L., Schwarb, H., Horecka, K.M., McGarry, M.D.J., Hillman, C.H., Kramer, A.F., Cohen, N.J. & Barbey, A.K. (2018). Double dissociation of structure-function relationships in memory and fluid intelligence observed with magnetic resonance elastography. Neuroimage, 171, 99-106.


Ward, N., Gaspar, J.G., Neider, M.B., Crowell, J., Carbonari, R., Kaczmarski, H., Ringer, R., Johnson, A.P., Loschky, L.C. & Kramer, A.F. (2018). Older adult multitasking performance using gaze contingent useful field of view. Human Factors, 60(2), 236-247.


Esteban-Cornejo, I., Catena, A., Hillman, C.H., Kramer, A.F., Erickson, K.I. & Ortega, F. (2018). Commentary: At least eight percent of brain grey matter is modifiable by physical activity: a review study. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 12(195), doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2018.00195.


Daugherty, A.M., Zwilling, C. Paul, E.J., Sherepa, N., Allen, C., Kramer, A.F., Hillman, C.H., Cohen, N.J. & Barbey, A.K. (2018). Multi-modal fitness and cognitive training to enhance fluid intelligence. Intelligence, 66, 32-43.


Gujral, S., McAuley, E., Oberlin, L.E., Kramer, A.F. & Erickson, K.I. (2018). Role of brain structure in predicting adherence to a physical activity regimen. Psychosomatic Medicine, 80(1), 69-77.


Barnett, S.M., Khan, N.A., Walk, A.M., Raine, L.B., Moulton, C., Cohen, N.J., Kramer, A.F., Hammond, B.R., Renzi-Hammond, L. & Hillman, C.H. (2018). Macular pigment optical density is positively associated with academic performance among preadolescent children. Nutritional Neuroscience, 21(9), 632-640.


Kundu, S., Kolouri, S., Erickson, K.I., Kramer, A.F., McAuley, E. & Rohde, G.K. (2018). Discovery and visualization of structural biomarkers from fMRI using transport-based morphometry. Neuroimage, 167, 256-275.


Westfall, D. R., Gejl, A.K., Tarp. J., Wedderkopp. N., Kramer, A.F., Hillman, C. & Bugge, A. (2018). Associations between aerobic fitness and cognitive control in adolescents. Frontiers in Psychology, August 2018, Volume 9, Article 1298, doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01298.


Anderson-Hanley, C., Stark, J., Wall, K.M., Van Brakle, M., Michel, M., Maloney, M., Barcelos, N., Striegnitz, K., Cohen, B.D., & Kramer, A.F. (2018). The interactive physical and cognitive exercise system (iPACES): Effects of a 3 month in-home pilot clinical trial for mild cognitive impairment and caregivers. Clinical Interventions in Aging, 13, 1565-1577.


Nikolaidis, A., Baniqued, P.L., Kranz, M.B., Scavuzzo, C.J., Barbey, A.K., Kramer, A.F. & Larsen, R.J. (2017). Multivariate associations of fluid intelligence and NAA. Cerebral Cortex, 27, 2607-2616.


Schwarb, H., Johnson, C.L., Daugherty, A.M., Hillman, C.H., Kramer, A.F., Cohen, N.J. & Barbey, A.K. (2017). Aerobic fitness, hippocampal viscoelasticity, and relational memory performance. Neuroimage, 153, 179-188.


Talukdar, T., Nikolaidis, A., Zwilling, C.E., Paul, E.J., Hillman, C.J., Cohen, N.J., Kramer, A.F. & Barbey, A.K. (2017). Aerobic fitness explains individual differences in the functional brain connectome of healthy young adults. Cerebral Cortex, 1-10. doi: 10.1093/cercor/bhx232.


Ward, N., Paul, E., Watson, P., Cooke, G.E., Hillman, C.H., Cohen, N.J., Kramer, A.F. & Barbey, A.K. (2017). Enhanced learning through multimodal training: Evidence from a comprehensive cognitive, physical and neuroscience intervention. Scientific Reports, 7:5808, 1-8, DOI:10.1038/s41598-017-06237-5.


Rajesh, A., Cooke, G.G. Monti, J.M., Jahn, A., Daugherty, Cohen, N.J. & Kramer, A.F. (2017). Differences in brain architecture in remote traumatic brain injury.  Journal of Neurotrauma, 34(23), 3280-3287.


Anderson-Hanley, C., Maloney, M., Barcelos, N., Striegnitz, & Kramer, A. (2017). Neuropsychological benefits of neuro-exergaming for older adults: A pilot study of an interactive physical and cognitive exercise system (iPACES). Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 25, 73-83.


Greenlee T.A., Greene, D.R., Ward, N.J., Reeser, G.E., Allen, C.M., Baumgartner, N.W., Cohen, N.J., Kramer, A.F., Hillman, C.H. & Barbey, A. (2017). The effectiveness of a 16 week high intensity cardio-resistance training (HICRT) program in adults. Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research, 31(9), 2528-2541.


Raine, L., Khan, N.A., Drollette, E.S., Pontifex, M.B., Kramer, A.F. & Hillman, C.H. (2017). Obesity, Visceral Adipose Tissue, and Cognitive Function in Childhood. Pediatrics, 187, 134-140.


Ehlers, D.K., Aguinga, S., Cosman, J., Severson, J., Kramer, A.F. & McAuley, E. (2017). The effects of physical activity and fatigue on cognitive performance in breast cancer survivors. Breast Cancer Treatment & Research, 165, 699-707.


Khasawinah, S., Chuang, Y.F., Caffo, B., Erickson, K.I., Kramer, A.F., Carlson, M.C. (2017). The association between functional connectivity and cognition in older adults. Journal of Systems and Integrative Neuroscience, 3(3), 1-10.


Walk, A.M., Khan, N.A., Barnett, S.M., Raine, L.B., Kramer, A.F., Cohen, N.J., Moulton, C.J., Renzi-Hammond, L., Hammond, B.R. & Hillman, C.H. (2017). From neuro-pigments to neural efficiency: The relationship between retinal carotenids and behavioral and neuroelectric indices of cognitive control in childhood. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 118, 1-8.


Walk, A.M., Raine, L.B., Kramer, A.F., Cohen, N.J., Khan, N. & Hillman, C.H. (2017). Differential Effects of Carbohydrates on Behavioral and Neuroelectric Indices of Selective Attention in Preadolescent Children. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 11(614), 1-14. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2017.00614.


Ehlers, D., Daugherty, A.M., Burzynska, A.Z., Fanning, J., Awick, E.A., Chaddock-Heyman, L., Kramer, A.F. & McAuley, E.  (2017). Regional brain volumes moderate but do not mediate, the effects of group based exercise training on reductions in loneliness in older adults. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 9, 110, 1-12.


Yamani, Y., Neider, M.B., Kramer, A.F. & McCarley, J.S. (2017). Characterizing the efficiency of collaborative visual search with systems factorial technology. Archives of Scientific Psychology, 5, 1-9.


Banducci, S., Daugherty, A.M., Biggan, J.R., Cooke, G.E., Voss, M.W., Noice, A., Noice, H., & Kramer, A.F. ( 2017). Active Experiencing Training Improves Episodic Memory Recall in Older Adults. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 9,133, 1-11.


Hassevoort, K.M., Khazoum, S.E., Walker, J.A., McCorkle, S.M., Raine, L. B., Hammond, B.R., Renzi-Hammond. L.M., Kramer, A.F., Khan, N.A., Hillman, C. H. & Cohen, N.J. (2017).  Macular carotenoids, aerobic fitness, and central adiposity are differentiability associated with hippocampal dependent relational memory in preadolescent children. Journal of Pediatrics, 183, 108-114.


Kranz, M.B., Baniqued, P.L., Voss, M.W., Lee, H., & Kramer, A.F. (2017). Examining the roles of reasoning and working memory in predicting casual game performance across extended gameplay. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, article 203, doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00203.


Burzynska, A., Finc, K., Taylor, B.K., Knecht, A.M. & Kramer, A.F. (2017). The dancing brain: Structural and functional signatures of expert dance training. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 11 (566), 1-20, doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2017.00566.


Gothe, N.P., Kramer, A.F. & McAuley, E. (2017). Hatha Yoga practice improves attention and processing speed in older adults: Results from an 8-week randomized controlled trial. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 23(1), 35-40, DOI: 10.1089/acm.2016.0185.


Ehlers, D., Banducci, S., Daugherty, A., Fanning, J., Awick, E., Porter, G., Burzynska, A., Shen, S., Kramer, A.F. & McAuley, E. (2017). Effects of gait self-efficacy and lower-extremity physical function on dual-task performance in older adults. BioMed Research International, Article ID 8570960, 10 pages, https://doi.org/10.1155/2017/8570960.


Burzynska, A., Jiao, Y., Knecht, A.M., Fanning, J., Awick, E.A., Chen, T., Gothe, N., Voss, M.W., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2017). White matter integrity declined over 6 months, but dance intervention improved integrity of the fornix of older adults. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 9 (article 59), 1-15. doi: 10.3389/fnagi.2017.00059.


Jonasson, L.S., Nyberg, L., Kramer, A.F., Riklund, K. & Boraxbekk, C.J. (2017). Aerobic exercise intervention, cognitive performance, and brain structure: Results from physical influences on brain in aging (PHIBRA) study. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 8, (article 336), 1-15.


Fanning, J., Porter, G., Awick, E., Ehlers, D., Roberts, S., Cooke, G., Burzynska, A., Voss, M.W., Kramer, A.F. & McAuley, E. (2017). Replacing sedentary time with sleep, light to moderate vigorous physical activity: effects of self-regulation and executive functioning. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 40, 332-342.


Ngo, G.C., Wong, C.N., Guo, S., Paine, T., Kramer, A.F. & Sutton, B.P. (2017). Magnetic susceptibility induced echo time shifts: Is there a bias in age-related fMRI studies? Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 45(1), 207-214.


Olson, E.A., Mullen, S.P., Raine, L.B., Kramer, A.F., Hillman, C. & McAuley, E. (2017). Integrated social and neurocognitive model of physical activity behavior in older adults with metabolic disease. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 51(2), 272-281.


Chaddock-Heyman, L., Erickson, K.I., Chappel, M.A., Johnson, C.L., Kienzler, C., Knecht, A., Drolette, E.S., Raine, L.B., Scudder, M.R., Kao, S.C., Hillman, C.H. & Kramer, A.F. (2016). Aerobic fitness is associated with greater hippocampal cerebral blood flow in children. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 20, 52-58.


Paul, E., Larsen, R.J., Nikolaidis, A., Ward, N., Hillman, C.H., Cohen, N.J., Kramer, A.F., & Barbey, A.K. (2016). Dissociable brain markers of fluid intelligence. Neuroimage, 137, 201-211.


Ehlers, D.K., Fanning, J., Awick, E.A., Kramer, A.F. & McAuley, E. (2016). Contamination by an active control in a randomized exercise trial. PLOS One, 11(10): e0164246. doi:10.1371/journal. pone.0164246.


Lucas, H.D., Monti, J.M., McAuley, E., Kramer, A.F. & Cohen, N. (2016). Relational memory and self efficacy measures reveal distinct profiles of subjective memory concerns in older adults. Neuropsychology, 30(5), 568-578.


Niemiro, G.M., Raine, L.B., Khan, N.A., Emmons, R., Little, J., Kramer, A.F., Hillman, C.H., & DeLisio, M. (2016). Circulating progenitor cells are positively associated with cognitive function among overweight/obese children. Brain, Behavior and Immunity, 57, 47-52.


Pindus, D.M., Drollette, E.S., Scudder, M.R., Khan, N.A., Raine, L.B., Sherar, L.B., Esliger, D.W., Kramer, A.F. & Hillman, C.H. (2016). Associations among moderate to vigorous physical activity, indices of cognitive control, and academic achievement in preadolescents. The Journal of Pediatrics, 173, 136-142.


Kuster, O.C., Fissler, P., Liptinskaya, D., Thurm, F., Scharpf, A., Woll, A., Kolassa, S., Kramer, A.F., Elbert, T., von Amin, C.A.F. & Kolassa, T. (2016). Cognitive change is more positively associated with an active lifestyle than with training interventions in older adults at risk of dementia: A controlled interventional clinical trial. BMC Psychiatry, 16:315, 1-12.


Voss, M.W., Weng, T.B., Burzynska, A.Z., Wong, C.N., Clark, R., Fanning, J., Awick, R., Olson, E.O., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2016). Fitness, but not physical activity, is related to functional integrity of brain networks associated with aging. Neuroimage, 131, 113-125.


Oberlin, L.E., Verstynen, T.D., Burzynska, A.Z.,  Voss, M.W., Prakash, R.S., Chaddock-Heyman, L., Wong, C., Fanning, J., Awick, E., Gothe, N., Phillips, S.M., Maliey, E., Ehlers, D., Olson, E., Wojiciki, T., Mcauley, E., Kramer, A.F. & Erickson, K.I. (2016). White matter microstructure mediates the relationship between cardiorespiratory fitness and spatial working memory in older adults. Neuroimage, 131, 91-101.


Gaspar, J.G., Ward, N., Neider, M.B., Crowell, J., Carbonari, R., Kaczmarski, H., Ringer, R.V., Johnson, A.P., Kramer, A.F. & Loschky, L. (2016). Measuring the useful field of view with gaze-contingent displays. Human Factors, 58(4), 630-641.


Rigon, A., Ducc, M.C., McAuley, E., Kramer, A.F., & Voss, M.W. (2016). Is traumatic brain injury associated with reduced inter-hemispheric functional connectivity? A study of large-scale resting state networks following traumatic brain injury. Journal of Neurotrauma, 33(11), 977-989.


Cooke, G.E., Wetter, N., Banducci, S., Mackenzie, M.J., Zuniga, K.E., Awick, E., Roberts, S.A., Sutton, B.P., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2016). Moderate physical activity mediates the association between white matter lesion volume and memory recall in breast cancer survivors. PLOS One, 11(2), e0149552.


Zuniga, K., Mackenzie, M., Roberts, S.A., Raine, L.B., Hillman, C.H. Kramer, A.F. & McAuley, E. (2016). Relationship between fruit and vegetable intake and interference control in breast cancer survivors. European Journal of Nutrition, 55(4), 1555-1562.


Burzynska, A., Wong, C., Chaddock-Heyman, L., Olson, E.A., Gothe, N., Knecht, A., Voss, M., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2016). White matter integrity, hippocampal volume, and cognitive performance of a world-famous nonagenarian track and field athlete. Neurocase, 22(2), 135-144.


Mackenzie. M.J., Zuniga, K.E., Raine, L.B., Awick, E.A., Hillman, C.H., Kramer, A.F. & McAuley, E. (2016). Associations between physical fitness indices and working memory in breast cancer survivors and age-matched controls. Journal of Women’s Health, 25(1), 99-108.


Ringer, R.V., Throneburg, Z., Johnson, A.P., Kramer, A.F. & Loschky, L.C. (2016). Impairing the useful field of view in natural scenes: Tunnel vision versus general interference. Journal of Vision, 16(2) 7, 1-25.


Zuniga, K.E., Mackenzie, M.J., Kramer, A.F. & Mcauley, E. (2016). Subjective memory impairment and well-being in community dwelling older adults. Psychogeriatrics, 16, 20-26.


Banducci, S., Ward, N., Gaspar, J., Schab, K., Crowell, J.,Kaczmarski, H. & Kramer, A.F. (2016). The effects of cell phone and text message conversations on simulated street crossing. Human Factors, 58(1), 150-162.


Raine, L.B., Scudder, M.R., Saliba, B.J., Kramer, A.F. & Hillman, C. (2016). Aerobic fitness and context processing in preadolescent children. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 13, 94-101.


Watson, P., Paul, E.J., Cooke, G.C., Ward, N., Monti, J.M., Horecka, K.M., Allen, C.M., Hillman, C.H., Cohen, N.J., Kramer, A.F. & Barbey, A.K. (2016). Underlying sources of cognitive-anatomical variation in multi-modal neuroimaging and cognitive testing. Neuroimage, 129, 439-449.


Watson, P., Paul, E.J., Cooke, G., Ward, N., Monti, J., Horecka, K., Allen, C., Hillman, C.H., Cohen, N.J., Kramer, A.F., Barbey, A.K. (2016). Cognitive and anatomical data in a healthy cohort of adults. Data in Brief, 7, 1221-1227.


Nagamatsu, L.S., Weinstein, A.M., Erickson, K.I., Fanning, J., Awick, E.A., Kramer, A.F. & McAuley, E. (2016). Exercise mode moderates the relationship between mobility and basal ganglia volume in healthy older adults. Journal of the American Geriatric Society, 64, 102-108.


Schwarb, H., Watson, P.D., Campbell, K., Shandler, C.L., Monti, J.M., Cooke, G.E., Wang, J.X., Kramer, A.F. & Cohen, N.J. (2015). Competition and cooperation among relational memory representations. PLOS One, 10(11), e0143832.


Barcelos, N., Shah, N., Cohen, K., Mulkerrin, E., Arciero, P.J., Cohen, B.D., Kramer, A.F. & Anderson-Hanley, C. (2015). Aerobic and Cognitive Exercise (ACE) Pilot Study for Older Adults: Executive Function Improves with Cognitive Challenge while Exergaming. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 21, 768-779.


Burzynska, A., Wong, C., Voss, M., Gothe, N., Fanning, J., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2015). Physical activity is linked to greater moment-to-moment variability in spontaneous brain activity in older adults. PLOS One, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0134819, 1-18.


Hussey, E.K., Ward, N., Christianson, K. & Kramer, A.F. (2015). Language and memory improvements following tDCS of the left prefrontal cortex. PLOS One, DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0141417, 1-31.


Carlson, M.C., Kuo, J.H., Chuang, Y.F., Harris, G., Albert, M., Erickson, K.I., Kramer, A.F., Parisi, J.M., Xue, Q.L., Tan, E., Tanner, E.K., Gross, A., Seeman, T.E., Gruenwald, T., McGill, S., Rebok, G.W. & Fried, L.P. (2015). Impact of the Baltimore Experience Corps trial on cortical and hippocampal volumes. Alzheimer’s & Dementia, 11, 1340-1348.


Baniqued, P., Allen, C.M., Kranz, M.B., Johnson, K., Sipolins, A., Dickens, C., Ward, N., Geyer, A. & Kramer, A.F. (2015). Working memory, reasoning, and task switching training: Transfer effects, limitations, and great expectations? PLOS One, DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0142169, 1-29.


Chaddock-Heyman, L. Erickson, K.I., Kienzler, C., King, M., Pontifex, M.B., Raine, L.B. Hillman, C.H. & Kramer, A.F. (2015). The role of aerobic fitness in cortical thickness and mathematics achievement in preadolescent children. PLOS One, DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0134115, 1-11.


Chaddock-Heyman, L., Mackenzie, M.J., Zuniga, K., Cooke, G.E., Awixk, E., Roberts, S., Erickson, K.I., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2015). Higher cardiorespiratory fitness levels are associated with greater hippocampal volume in breast cancer survivors. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9(465), doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2015.00465, 1-8.


Noice, T., Helga, N. & Kramer, A.F. (2015). Theatre Arts for Improving Cognitive and Affective Health. Activities, Adaptation and Aging, 39(1), 19-31.


Zuniga, K., Mackenzie, M., Kramer, A,F. & McAuley, E. (2015). Subjective Memory Impairment and Well-Being in Community-Dwelling Older Adults. Psychogeriatrics, doi:10.1111/psyg.12112, 1-7.

Wong, C.N., Chaddock-Heyman, L., Voss, M., Burzynska, A., Erickson, K.I., Prakash, R.S., Szabo-Reed, A., Phillips, S.M., Wojiciki, T., Mailey, E., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2015). Brain activation during dual-task processing is associated with cardiorespiratory fitness and performance in older adults. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, August, doi: 10.3389/fnagi.2015.00154. 1-10.


Yamani, Y., McCarley, J.S. & Kramer, A.F. (2015). Workload capacity across the visual field in young and old adults. Archives of Scientific Psychology, 3, 62-73.


Lee, H., Boot, W.R., Baniqued, P.L., Voss, M.W., Prakash, R.S., Basak, C. & Kramer, A.F. (2015). The Relationship between Intelligence and Training Gains is Moderated by Training Strategy. PLOS One, 10(4), e0123259.


Erickson, K.I., Hillman, C. & Kramer, A.F. (2015). Physical Activity, Brain, and Cognition. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 4, 27-32.


Khan, N.A., Raine, L.B., Drollette, E.S., Scudder, M.R., Kramer, A.F. & Hillman, C.H. (2015). Dietary Fiber is Positively Associated with Cognitive Control among Prepubertal Children. Journal of Nutrition, 145(1), 143-149.


Erickson, K.I., Leckie, R.L., Weinstein, A.M., Radchenkova, P., Sutton, B.J., Prakash, R.S., Chaddock-Heyman, L., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2015). Education mitigates age-related decline in N-Acetylasparate levels. Brain & Behavior, 5(3), e00311.

Burzynska, A., Wong, C., Voss. M.W., Cooke, G.E., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2015). White matter integrity supports BOLD signal variability and cognitive performance in the aging human brain. PLOS One, 1-17, April, DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0120315.


Awick, E.A., Wojiciki, T.R., Olson, E.A., Fanning, J., Chung, H.D., Zuniga, K., Mackenzie, M., Kramer, A.F. & McAuley, E. (2015). Differential exercise effects on quality of life and health-related quality of life in older adults: A randomized controlled trial. Quality of Life Research, 24(2), 455-462.


Monti, J., Cooke, G., Watson, P., Voss, M., Kramer, A.F. & Cohen, N.J. (2015). Relating hippocampus to relational memory processing across domains and delays. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 27(2), 234-245.


Prakash, R.S., Voss, M.W., Erickson, K.I. & Kramer, A.F. (2015). Moving towards a healthier brain and mind. Annual Review of Psychology, 66, 769-797.


Sahakian, B.J. & Kramer, A.F. (2015). Cognitive enhancement. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 4, v-vii.


Khan, N.A., Baym, C.L., Monti, J.M., Raine, L., Drollette, E., Scudder, M., Moore, R.D., Kramer, A.F., Hillman, C.H. & Cohen, N.J. (2015). Central Adiposity is Negatively Associated with Hippocampal-Dependent Relational Memory among Overweight and Obese Children. Journal of Pediatrics, 166(2), 302-308.


Noice, T., Helga, N. & Kramer, A.F. (2014). Participatory arts for older adults: A review of benefits and challenges. The Gerontologist, 54(5), 741-753.


Leckie, R.L., Oberlin, L.E., Voss, M.W., Prakash, R.S., Szabo, A., Chaddock-Heyman, L., White, S.M., Wojiciki, T.R., Mailey, E., Vieira, V.J., Martin, S.A., Pence, B.D., Lin, M., Parasuraman, R., Greenwood, P.M., Fryxell, K.J., Woods, J.A., McAuley, E., Kramer, A.F. & Erickson, K.I. (2014). BDNF mediates improvements in executive function following a 1-year exercise intervention. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, December 11, doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2014.00985, 1-12.


Gaspar, J.G., Street, W.N., Windsor, M.B., Carbonari, R., Kaczmarski, H., Kramer, A.F. & Mathewson, K.E. (2014). Ameliorating the distracting effects of cell phone driving. Psychological Science, 25(12), 2136-2146.


Buckley, J., Cohen, J., Kramer, A.F., McAuley, E., & Mullen, S.P., (2014). Cognitive Control in the Self-Regulation of Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, September, 8 (747), 1-15.


Scherder, E., Scherder, R., Verburgh, L., Konigs, M., Blom, M., Kramer, A.F., & Eggermont, L. (2014). Executive functions of sedentary elderly may benefit from walking: A systematic review and meta analysis. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 22(8), 413-425.


Stine-Morrow, E.A.L., Payne, B.R., Roberts, B.W., Kramer, A.F., Morrow, D.G., Payne. L., Hill, P.L., Jackson, J.J., Gao, X., Noh, S.R., Janke, M.C. & Parisi, J.M. (2014). Training versus engagement to cognitive enrichment with aging. Psychology & Aging, 29(4), 891-906.


Stothart, C.R., Simons, D.J., Boot, W.R. & Kramer, A.F. (2014). Is the effect of aerobic exercise on cognition a placebo effect? PLOS One, 9(1), e109557, 1-7.


Boot, W.R. & Kramer, A.F. (2014). The brain games conundrum: Does cognitive training really sharpen the mind? Cerebrum, November, 1-15.


Uc, E.Y., Doerschug, K.C., Magnotta, V., Dawson, J.D., Thomsen, Y.R., Kline, J.N., Rizzo, M., Newman, S.R., Mehta, S., Grabowski, T.J., Bruss, J., Blanchette, D.R., Anderson, S.W., Voss, M,W., Kramer, A.F. & Darling, W.G. (2014). A phase I/II randomized trial of aerobic fitness in Parkinson disease in a community setting. Neurology, 83(5), 413-425.


Chadock-Heyman, L., Erickson, K.I., Holtrop, J., Voss, M., Pontifex, M.B., Raine, L., Hillman, C.H. & Kramer, A.F. (2014). Aerobic fitness is associated with greater white matter integrity in children. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, August, 8 (584), 1-7.


Burzynska, A.Z., Chaddock-Heyman, L., Voss, M.W., Wong, C.N., Gother, E.A.,Olson, E.A., Knecht, A., Lewis, A., Monti, J.M., Cooke, G.E., Wojcicki, T.R., Fanning, J., Chung, H.D., Awick, E., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2014). Physical activity and cardiorespiratory fitness are beneficial for white matter in typically low fit older adults. PLOS One, 9(9), e107413, 1-10.


Chaddock-Heyman, L., Hillman, C.H., Cohen, N.J. & Kramer, A.F. (2014). The importance of physical activity and aerobic fitness for cognitive control and memory in children. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 79 (4), 25-50.


Nagamatsu, L.S., Flicker, L., Kramer, A.F., Voss, M.W., Erickson, K.I., Hsu, C.L. & Liu-Ambrose, T. (2014). Exercise is medicine: For the body and the brain. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 48(12), 943-944.


Baym, C.L., Khan, N.A., Monti, J.M., Raine, L.B., Drollette, E.S., Moore, R.D., Scudder, M.R., Kramer, A.F., Hillman, C. & Cohen, N.J. (2014). Dietary lipids are differentially associated with hippocampal-dependent relational memory in prepubescent children. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 99, 1026-1033.


Gothe, N.P., Kramer, A.F. & McAuley, E. (2014). The effects of an 8-week Hatha Yoga intervention on executive function of older adults. Journals of Gerontology: Medical Sciences, 69(9), 1109-1116.


Loschky, L.C., Ringer, R., Johnson, A., Larson, A.M., Neider, M., & Kramer, A.F. (2014).  Blur detection is unaffected by cognitive load. Visual Cognition, 22, (4), 522-547.


Fabiani, M., Gordon, B., Maclin, E., Pearson, M., Brumback, C., Low, K., McAuley, E., Sutton, B., Kramer, A.F. & Gratton, G. (2014). Neurovascular coupling in normal aging: A combined optical, ERP and fMRI study. Neuroimage, 85, 592-607.


Gothe, N.P., Fanning, J., Awick, E., Chung, D., Wojcicki, T.R., Olson, E.A., Mullen, S.P., Voss, M., Erickson, K.I., Kramer, A.F., & McAuley, E. (2014). Executive function processes predict mobility outcomes in older adults. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 62(2), 285-290.


Gaspar, J., Neider, M.B., Crowell, J.A., Lutz, A., Kaczmarski, H. & Kramer, A.F. (2014). Are gamers better crossers? An examination of action video game experience and dual task effects in a simulated street crossing task. Human Factors, 56(3), 443-452.


Baniqued, P., Kranz, M.B., Voss, M., Lee, H., Cosman, J.D., Severson, J. & Kramer, A.F. (2014). Cognitive training with casual video games: points to consider. Frontiers in Psychology, January, vol 4, article 1010, 1-19.


Nikolaidis, A., Voss, M.W., Lee, H., Vo, L., & Kramer, A.F. (2014). Parietal plasticity after training with a complex video game is associated with individual differences in improvements in an untrained working memory task. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, March, vol 8, article 169, 1-11.


He, J., McCarley, J.S. & Kramer, A.F. (2014). Lane keeping under cognitive load: Performance changes and mechanisms. Human Factors, 56(2), 414-426.


Neider, M.B., Ang, C.W., Voss, M.W., Carbonari, R. & Kramer, A.F. (2013). Training and transfer of training in rapid visual search for camouflaged targets. PLOS One, 8(12), e83885.


Voss, M., Vivar, C., Kramer, A.F., & van Praag, H. (2013). Bridging animal and human models of exercise-induced brain plasticity. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 17(10), 525-544.


Voss, M., Heo, S., Prakash, R., Erickson, K.I., Alves, H., Chaddock, L., Szabo, A., Mailey, E., Wojcicki, T., White, S., Gothe, N., McAuley, E., Sutton, B. & Kramer, A.F. (2013). The influence of aerobic fitness on cerebral white matter integrity and cognitive function in older adults: Results of a one year exercise study.  Human Brain Mapping, 34(11), 2972-2985.


Wojcicki, T., Szabo, A., White, S., Mailey, E., Kramer, A.F. & McAuley, E. (2013). The Perceived Importance of Physical Activity: Associations with Psychosocial and Health-Related Outcomes Journal of Physical Activity & Health, 10, 343-349.


Voss, M., Wong, C., Baniqued, P., Burdette, J., Erickson, K.I., Prakash, R., McAuley, E., Laurienti, P. J. & Kramer, A.F. (2013). Aging brain from a network science perspective: Something to be positive about? PLOS One, 8(11), e78345.


Espeland, M.A., Katula, J.A., Rushing, J., Kramer, A.F., Jennings, J.M., Sink, K.M., Nadkarni, N.K., Reid, K.F., Castro, C.M., Church, T., Kerwin, D.R., Williamson, J.D., Marottoli, R.A., Rusing, S., Marsiske, M., & Rapp. S.R. (2013). Performance of a computer-based assessment of cognitive function measures in two cohorts of seniors. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 28(12), 1239-1250.


Mullen, S.P., Wojcicki, T.R., Mailey, E.L., Szabo. E.N., Gothe, N., Olson, E.A., Fanning, J., Kramer, A.F., & McAuley, E.  (2013). A profile for predicting attrition from exercise in older adults. Prevention Science, 14, 489-496.


Barnes, D.E., Santos-Modesitt, W., Poelke, W., Kramer, A.F., Castro, C., Middleton, L.E., Yaffe, K. (2013). The mental activity and eXercise (MAX) trial: A randomized controlled trial to enhance cognitive function in older adults. JAMA Internal Medicine, 173(9), 797-804.


Raine, L.B., Lee, H.K., Saliba, B.J., Chaddock-Heyman, L., Hillman, C.H. & Kramer, A.F. (2013). The influence of childhood aerobic fitness on learning and memory. PLOS One, 8(9), 1-6.


Monti, J.M., Voss, M.W., Pence, A., McAuley, E., Kramer, A.F. & Cohen, N.J. (2013). History of mild traumatic brain injury is associated with deficits in relational memory, reduced hippocampal volume, and less neural activity later in life. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 5 (article 41), 1-9.


Chaddock-Heyman, L., Erickson, K. I., Voss, M.W., Powers, J.P., Knecht, A. M., Hillman, C. H., & Kramer, A. F. (2013). White matter microstructure is associated with cognitive control in children. Biological Psychology, 94, 100-115.


Gaspar, J. G., Neider, M.B., Simons, D.J., McCarley, J.S. & Kramer, A.F. (2013). Change detection: Training and transfer. PLOS One, 8(6): e67781. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0067781.


Parks, N.A., Beck, D.M., & Kramer, A.F. (2013). Enhancement and suppression in the visual field under perceptual load. Frontiers in Psychology: Cognition, 4, article 275, 1-8.


Alves, H., Voss, M.W., Boot, W.R., Deslanders, A., Cossich, V., Salles, J.I. & Kramer, A.F. (2013) Perceptual cognitive expertise in elite volleyball players. Frontiers in Movement Science and Sport Psychology, 4(1), article 36, 1-36.


Voss, M.W., Erickson, K.I., Prakash, R.S., Chaddock, L., Kim, J.S., Alves, H., Szabo, A., Phillips, S.M., Woccicki, T.R., Mailey, E.L., Olson, E.A., Gothe, N., Vieira-Potter, V.J., Martin, S.A., Pence, B.A., Cool, M.D., Woods, J.A., McAuley, E., & Kramer, A.F. (2013). Neurobiological markers of exercise-related brain plasticity in older adults. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 28, 90-99.


Fu, W.T., Lee, H., Boot, W.R., & Kramer, A.F. (2013). Bridging across cognitive training and brain plasticity: A neurally inspired computational model of interactive skill learning. WIREs Cognitive Science, 4:225-236, doi: 10.1002/wcs.1214


Gaspar, J., Neider, M.B. & Kramer, A.F. (2013). Falls risk and simulated driving performance in older adults. Journal of Aging Research, 1-8, Article ID 356948, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2013/356948.


Yamani, Y., McCarley, J.S., Mounts, J.R. & Kramer, A.F. (2013). Spatial interference between attended items engenders serial visual processing. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 75, 229-243.


Baniqued, P.L., Lee, H., Voss, M.W., Basak, C., Cosman, J., DeSouza, S., Severson, J., Salthouse, T.A. & Kramer, A.F. (2013). Selling points: What cognitive abilities are tapped by casual video games? Acta Psychologica, 142, 74-86.


Chaddock-Heyman, L., Erickson, K. I., Voss, M. W., Knecht, A. M., Pontifex, M. B., Castelli, D. M., Hillman, C. H., & Kramer, A. F. (2013). The effects of physical activity on functional MRI activation associated with cognitive control in children: A randomized controlled intervention. Frontiers of Human Neuroscience, 7, article 72, 1-13.


Mathewson, K., Basak, C., Maclin, E., Low, K. , Boot, W., Kramer, A.F., Fabiani, M. & Gratton, G. (2012). Different slopes for different folks: Alpha and Delta EEG power predict subsequent video

game learning rate and improvements in cognitive control tasks. Psychophysiology, 49, 1558-1570.


McCarley, J., Yamani, Y. Kramer, A.F. & Mounts, J.R.W. (2012). Age, clutter, and competitive selection. Psychology & Aging, 27(3), 616-626.


Lee, K., Baniqued, P., Cosman, J., Mullen, S., McAuley, E., Severson, J. & Kramer, A.F. (2012). Examining cognitive function across the lifespan using a mobile application. Computers in Human Behavior, 28, 1934-1946.


Weinstein, A., Voss, M., Prakash, R., Chaddock, L., Szabo, A., White, S., Wojcicki, T., Mailey, E., McAuley, E., Kramer, A.F. & Erickson, K. (2012). The association between aerobic fitness and executive function is mediated by prefrontal cortex volume. Brain, Behavior & Immunity, 26(5), 811-819.


Prakash, R., DeLeon, A., Mourany, L., Lee, H., Voss, M., Boot, W., Basak, C., Fabiani, M., Gratton, G. & Kramer, A.F. (2012). Examining neural correlates of skill acquisition in a complex videogame training program. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 6 (115), 1-11.


Chaddock, L., Hillman, C., Pontifex, M., Johnson, C., Raine, L. & Kramer, A.F. (2012). Childhood aerobic fitness predicts cognitive performance one year later. Journal of Sports Sciences, 30(5), 421-430.


Lee, H., Voss, M., Prakash, R., Boot, W., Vo, L., Basak, C., VanPatter, M., Gratton, G., Fabiani, M. & Kramer, A.F. (2012). Videogame training strategy-induced change in brain function during a complex visuomotor task. Behavioural Brain Research, 232, 348-357.


Lee, H., Mozer, M.C., Kramer, A.F. & Vecera, S.P. (2012). Object-based control of attention to recent experience. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 38(2), 314-325.


Chaddock, L., Neider, M.B., Lutz, A., Hillman, C.H. & Kramer, A.F. (2012). The role of childhood aerobic fitness in successful street crossing. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 44(4), 749-753.


Lee, H., Boot, W., Basak, C., Voss, M., Prakash, R., Neider, M., Erickson, K., Simons, D., Fabiani, M., Gratton, G., Low, K. & Kramer, A.F. (2012). Performance gains from directed training do not transfer to untrained tasks. Acta Psychologica, 139, 146-158.


Erickson, K.I., Weinstein, A.M., Sutton, B.P., Prakash, R.P., Voss, M., Chaddock, L., Szabo, A., Mailey, E., White, S., Wojcicki, T., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2012). Beyond vascularization: Aerobic fitness is associated with n-acetylasparate and memory. Brain & Behavior, 2(1), 32-41.


Chaddock, L., Voss, M.W., & Kramer, A.F. (2012). Physical activity and fitness effects on cognition and brain health in children and older adults. Kinesiology Review, 1, 37-45.


Voss, M.W., Prakash, R.S., Erickson, K.I., Boot, W.R., Basak, C., Neider, M.B., Simons, D.B., Fabiani, M., Gratton, G., & Kramer, A.F. (2012). Effects of training strategies implemented in a complex videogame on functional connectivity of attentional networks. NeuroImage, 59 (1), 138-148.


Anderson-Hanley, C., Arcieo, P.J., Brickman, A.M., Nimon, J.P., Okuma, O., Westen, S.C., Merz, M.E., Pence, B.D., Woods, J., Kramer, A.F. & Zimmerman, E.A. (2012). Exergaming Improves Older Adult Cognition: A Cluster Randomized Clinical Trial. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 42(2), 109-119.


Chaddock, L., Erickson, K., Prakash, R., Voss, M., VanPatter, M., Pontifex, M., Hillman, C. & Kramer, A.F. (2012). A Functional MRI Investigation of the Association Between Childhood Aerobic Fitness and Neurocognitive Control. Biological Psychology, 89, 260-268.


Wheatley, D.M., Scialfa, C.T., Boot, W., Kramer, A. & Alexander, A. (2012). Minimal age-related deficits in task switching, inhibition, and oculomotor control. Experimental Aging Research, 38, 110-129.


Verstynen, T.D., Lynch, B., Miller, D., Voss, M., Prakash, R., Chaddock, L., Basak, C., Szabo, A., Olson, E., Wojcicki, T., Fanning, J., Gothe, N., McAuley, E., Kramer, A.F. & Erickson, K.I. (2012). Caudate nucleus volume mediates the link between cardiorespiratory fitness and cognitive flexibility in older adults. Journal of Aging Research, 2012, (article id 939285), 1-11.


Neider, M. & Kramer, A.F. (2011). Older adults capitalize on contextual information to guide search. Experimental Aging Research, 37, 539-571.


Mullen, S. P., Olson, E.A., Phillips, S.M., Wojciki, T.R., Mailey, E.L., Gothe N.P., Fanning, J.T., Kramer, A,F., & McAuley, E. (2011). Measuring enjoyment of physical activity in older adults: Invariance of the physical activity enjoyment scale (PACES) across groups and time. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 8(103), 1-9.


Chaddock, L., Neider, M., Voss, M.W., Gasper, J.G. & Kramer, A.F. (2011). Do athletes excel at everyday tasks? Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 43(10, 1920-1926.


Maclin, E. L., Mathewson, K.E., Low, K.A., Boot, W.R., Kramer, A,F., Fabiani, M. & Gratton, G. (2011). Learning to multitask: Effects of video game practice on electrophysiological indices of attention and resource allocation. Psychophysiology, 48, 1173-1183.


Voss, M., Chaddock, L., Kim, J., VanPatter, M., Pontifex, M., Raine, L., Cohen, N., Hillman, C. H., Kramer, A.F. (2011). Aerobic fitness is associated with greater efficiency of the network underlying cognitive control in preadolescent children. Neuroscience, 199, 166-176.


Cramer, S., Sur, M., Dobkin, B., O’Brien, C., Sanger, T., Trojanowski, J., Rumsey, J., Hicks, R., Cameron, J., Chen, D., Chen, W., Cohen, L., deCharms, C., Duffy, C., Eden, G., Fetz, E., Filart, R., Freund, M., Grant, S., Haber, S., Kalivas, P., Kolb, B., Kramer, A,F., Lynch, M., Mayberg, H., McQuillen, P., Nitkin, R., Pascual-Leon, A., Reuter-Lorenz, P., Schiff, N., Sharma, A., Shekim, L., Stryker, M., Sullivan, E. & Vinogradov, S. (2011). Harnessing neural plasticity in clinical applications. Brain, 134, 1591-1609.


McAuley, E., Mullen, S.P., Szabo, A.N., White, S.M., Wojcicki, T.R., Mailey, E.L., Gothe, N.P., Olson, E.A., Voss, M., Erickson, K., Prakash, R. & Kramer, A.F. (2011). Self-regulatory processes and exercise adherence in older adults: Executive function and self-efficacy effects. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 41(3), 284-290.


Szabo, A.N., McAuley, E., Erickson, K.I., Voss, M., Prakash, R.S., Mailey, E,L., Wojcicki, T.R.,  White, S.M., Gothe, N., Olson, E.A. & Kramer, A.F. (2011). Cardiorespiratory fitness, hippocampal volume, and frequency of forgetting in older adults. Neuropsychology, 25(5), 543-553.


Basak, C., Voss, M., Erickson, K., Boot, W. & Kramer, A.F. (2011). Regional differences in brain volume predict the acquisition of skill in a complex real-time strategy videogame. Brain and Cognition, 76, 407-414.


Nagamatsu, L., Voss, M., Neider, M., Gasper, J., Handy, T., Kramer, A.F. & Liu-Ambrose, T. (2011). Increased cognitive load leads to impaired mobility decisions in seniors at risk for falls: A virtual reality experiment. Psychology & Aging, 26(2), 253-259.

Prakash, R., Voss, M., Erickson, K., Lewis, J., Chaddock, L., Malkowski, E., Alves, H., Kim, J., Szabo, A., White, S., Wojcicki, T., Klamm, E., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2011). Cardiorespiratory fitness and attentional control in the aging brain.  Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 4 (229), 1-12.


Neider, M., Gasper, J.G., McCarley, J.S., Crowell, J.A., Kaczmarski, H. & Kramer, A.F. (2011). Walking and talking: Dual-task effects on street crossing behavior in older adults. Psychology & Aging, 26(2), 260-268.


Theeuwes, J., Kramer, A,F. & Irwin, D.E. (2011). Attention on our mind: The role of spatial attention in visual working memory. Acta Psychologica, 137, 248-251.


Flicker, L., Ambrose, T.L. & Kramer, A.F. (2011). Why so negative about preventing cognitive decline and dementia? British Journal of Sports Medicine, 45(6), 465-467.


Erickson, K.I., Voss, M., Prakash, R., Basak, C., Chaddock, L., Kim, J., Heo, S., Alves, H., White, S., Wojcicki, T., Mailey, E., Vieira, V., Martin, S., Pence, B., Woods, J., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2011). Exercise training increases size of hippocampus and improves memory. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108(7), 3017-3022.


McAuley, E., Szabo, A.N., Mailey, E.L., Erickson, K.I., Voss, M., White, S.M., Wojcicki, T.R., Gother, N., Olson, E.A., Mullen, S.P. & Kramer, A.F. (2011). Non-exercise estimated cardiorespiratory fitness: Associations with brain structure, cognition, and memory complaints in older adults. Mental Health and Physical Activity, 4, 5-11.


Szabo, A.,  Mullen, S.P., White, S.M., Wojcicki, T.M., Mailey, E.L., Gothe, N.,  Olson, E.A.,  Fanning, J.,  Kramer. A.F. & McAuley, E. (2011). Longitudinal invariance and construct validity of the abbreviated late-life function and disability instrument in healthy older adult. Archives of  Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 92, 785-791.


Wu, C.T., Pontifex, M. B., Raine, L. B., Chaddock, L., Voss, M. W., Kramer, A. F., & Hillman, C. H. (2011). Aerobic fitness and response variability in preadolescent children performing a cognitive control task. Neuropsychology, 25, 333-341.

McAuley, E.,  Mailey, EL., Mullen, S.P., Szabo, AN., Wójcicki, TR., White, SM., Gothe, N., Olson, EA., & Kramer, AF. (2011). Growth trajectories of exercise self-efficacy in older adults: Influence of measures and initial status. Health Psychology, 30, 75-83.


Erickson, K.I., Voss, M., Prakash, R., Basak, C., Szabo, A., Chaddock, L., White, S., Wojcicki, T., Mailey, E., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2011). Reply to Coen et al: Exercise, hippocampal volume, and memory. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108(18), E90.

Pontifex, M.B., Raine, L.B., Johnson, C.R., Chaddock, L., Voss, M.W., Cohen, N.J., Kramer, A.F. & Hillman, C.H. (2011). Cardiorespiratory fitness and the flexible modulation of cognitive control in preadolescent children. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23(6), 1332-1345.

Vo, L., Walther, D., Kramer, A.F., Erickson, K., Boot, W., Voss, M., Prakash, R., Lee, H., Fabiani, M., Gratton, G., Simons, D., Sutton, B. & Wang, M. (2011). Predicting Individuals’ Learning Success from Patterns of Prelearning MRI Activity. PLoS One, 6(1), 1-9.


Chaddock, L., Pontifex, M., Hillman, C. H. & Kramer, A.F. (2011). A review of the relation of aerobic fitness and physical activity to brain structure and function in children. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 17, 1-11.


Voss, M., Nagamatsu, L., Liu-Ambrose, T. & Kramer, A.F. (2011). Exercise, brain, and cognition across the lifespan. Journal of Applied Physiology, 111, 1505-1513.


Chaddock, L., Erickson, K., Prakash, R., VanPatter, M., Voss, M., Pontifex, M., Raine, L., Hillman, C. & Kramer, A.F. (2010). Basal ganglia volume is associated with aerobic fitness in preadolescent children. Developmental Neuroscience, 32, 249-256.

Voss, M. & Kramer, A.F., Prakash, R.S., Roberts, B., Basak, C. (2010).  Are expert athletes “expert” in the cognitive laboratory? A meta-analytic review of basic attention and perception in sport expertise. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 24, 812-826.

Chaddock, L.,  Erickson, K., Prakash, R., Kim, J.S., Voss, M., VanPatter, M., Pontifex, M., Raine, L., Konkel, A., Hillman, C. Cohen, N. & Kramer, A.F. (2010). A neuroimaging investigation of the association between aerobic fitness, hippocampal volume, and memory performance in preadolescent children. Brain Research, 1358, 172-183.


Voss, M.W., Prakash, R., Erickson, K.I., Basak, C., Chaddock, L., Kim, J., Heo, S., White, S., Wojicicki, T., Mailey, E., Gothe, N., Olson, E., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2010). Plasticity of brain networks in a randomized intervention trial of exercise training in older adults. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 2, 1-17.


Boot, W.R., Basak, C., Erickson, K., Neider, M., Simons, D.J., Fabiani, M., Gratton, G., Voss, M.W., Prakash, R., Lee, H., Low, K.A. & Kramer, A.F. (2010). Transfer of Skill Engendered by Complex Task Training under Conditions of Variable Priority. Acta Psychologia, 135, 349-357.


Erickson, K.I., Boot, W.R., Basak, C., Neider, M.R., Prakash, R.S., Voss, M.W., Graybiel, A.M., Simons, D.J., Fabiani, M., Gratton, G. & Kramer, A.F. (2010). Striatal volume predicts level of video game skill acquisition. Cerebral Cortex, 20, 2522-2530.


Brault, L.M., Gilbert, J.L., Lansing, C.R., McCarley, J.S. & Kramer, A.F. (2010). Expanded auditory bandwidth and bimodal stimulus presentation improve older adults’ speech perception. Human Factors, 52(4), 479-491.

Voss, M.W., Ericjson, K.I., Prakash, R.S., Chaddock, L., Malkowski, E., Alves, H., Kim, J.S., Morris, K.S., White, S.M., Wojcicki, T.R., Hu. L., Szabo, A., Klamm, E., McAuley, E., Kramer, A.F. (2010) Functional connectivity: A source of variance in the association between cardiorespiratory fitness and cognition? Neuropsychologia, 48, 13943-1406.


Erickson, K.I., Voss, M.W., Prakash, R.S., Chaddock, L. & Kramer, A.F. (2010). A cross-sectional study of hormone treatment and hippocampal volume in postmenopausal women: Evidence for a limited window of opportunity. Neuropsychology, 24(1), 68-76.


Erickson, K.I., Prakash, R.S., Voss, M.W., Chaddock, L., Heo, S., McLaren, M., Pence, B.D., Martin, S.A., Vieira, V.L., Woods, J.A. & Kramer, A.F. (2010). BDNF is associated with age-related decline in hippocampal volume. The Journal of Neuroscience, 30 (15), 5368-5375.


Mailey, E.L., White, S.M., Wojcicki, T.R., Szabo, A.N., Kramer, A.F. & McAuley, E. (2010). Construct validation of a non-exercise measure of cardiorespiratory fitness in older adults. BMC Public Health, 10:59, 1471-1479.


Neider, M., McCarley, J. & Kramer, A.F. (2010). Pedestrians, vehicles and cell phones. Accident Analysis & Prevention, 42(2), 589-594.


Prakash, R.S., Snook, Motl, R.W. & Kramer, A.F. (2010). Aerobic Fitness is Associated with Gray Matter Volume and White Matter Integrity in Multiple Sclerosis. Brain Research, 1341,41-55.


Neider, M., Boot, W. & Kramer, A.F. (2010). Visual Search for Real World Targets  Under Conditions of High Target-Background Similarity: Exploring Training and  Transfer in Younger and Older Adults. Acta Psychologica, 134, 29-39.


Heo, S., Prakash, R.S., Voss, M.W., Erickson, K.I., Ouyang, C., Sutton, B.P., Kramer, A.F. (2010). Resting hippocampal blood flow, spatial memory and aging. Brain Research, 1315,119-127.


Becic, E., Dell, G.S., Bock, K., Garnsey, S,M. Kubose, T. & Kramer, A.F. (2010). Driving impairs talking. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 17(1), 15-21.


Boot, W.R., Becic, E., & Kramer, A.F. (2009). Stable Individual Differences in Search Strategy?: The Effect of Task Demands and Motivational Factors on Scanning Strategy in Visual Search. Journal of Vision, 9(3), 1-16.


Carlson, M.C., Erickson, K.I., Kramer, A.F., Voss, M.W., Bolea, N., Mielke, M., McGill, S., Rebok, G.W., Seeman, T. & Fried, L.P. (2009). Evidence for neurocognitive plasticity in at-risk older adults: The Experience Corps program. Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences, 64(12), 1275-1282.


Erickson, K.I., Prakash, R.S., Voss, M.W., Chaddock, L., Hu, L., Morris, K.S., White, S.M., Wojcicki, T.R., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2009). Aerobic fitness is associated with hippocampal volume in elderly humans. Hippocampus, 19(10), 1030-1039.


Prakash, R.S., Erickson, K.I., Colcombe, S.J., Kim, J.S., Voss, M.W. & Kramer, A.F. (2009). Age-related differences in the involvement of the prefrontal cortex in attention control. Brain & Cognition, 71(3), 328-335.


Horrey, W.J., Lesch, M.F., Kramer, A.F. & Melton, D.F. (2009). Effects of a computer-based training module on drivers' willingness to engage in distracting activities. Human Factors, 51(4), 571-581.

Kennedy, K.M., Erickson, K.I., Rodrigue, K.M., Moss, M.W., Colcombe, S.J., Kramer, A.F., Acker, J.D. & Raz, N. (2009). Age-related differences in regional brain volumes: A comparison of optimized voxel-based morphometry to manual volumetry. Neurobiology of Aging, 20(10), 1657-1676.


Hertzog, C., Kramer, A.F., Wilson, R.S. & Lindenberger, U. (2009). Fit body, fit mind? Scientific American Mind, July/August, 32-39.

Low, K. A., Leaver, E., Kramer, A. F., Fabiani, M., & Gratton, G. (2009). Share or compete? Load-dependent recruitment of prefrontal cortex during dual-task.  Psychophysiology, 46, 1-11.


Erickson, K.I., Prakash, R., Kim, J.S., Sutton, B.P., Colcombe, S.J. & Kramer, A.F. (2009). Top-down attentional control in spatially coincident stimuli enhances activity in both task-relevant and task-irrelevant regions of cortex. Behavioural Brain Research, 197, 186-197.


Cassavaugh, N. & Kramer, A.F. (2009). Transfer of computer-based cognitive training to simulated driving in older adults. Applied Ergonomics, 40, 943-952.


Boot, W.R., Neider, M.B. & Kramer, A.F. (2009). Training and transfer of training in the search for camouflaged targets. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics, 71(4), 950-963.


Nunes, A. & Kramer, A.F. (2009). Experience-based mitigation of age-related performance declines: Evidence from air traffic control. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 15(1), 12-24.


Hillman, C.H., Pontifex, M.B., Raine, L.B., Castelli, D.M., Hall, E.E. & Kramer, A.F. (2009). The effect of acute treadmill walking on cognitive control and academic achievement in preadolescent children. Neuroscience, 159, 1044-1054.


Kramer, A.F. & Erickson, K.I. (2009). Aerobic exercise effects on cognitive and neural plasticity in older adults. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 43, 22-24.

Hertzog, C., Kramer, A.F., Wilson, R.S. & Lindenberger, U. (2008). Enrichment effects on adult cognitive development: Can the functional capacity of older adults be preserved and enhanced? Psychological Science in the Public Interest, 9(1), 1-65.


Belopolsky, A.V., Kramer, A,F. & Theeuwes, J. (2008). The role of awareness in processing of oculomotor capture: Evidence from event-related brain potentials. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 20 (12), 2285-2297.

Konopack, J.F., Marquez, D.X., Hu, L., Elavsky, S., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2008). Correlates of functional fitness in older adults. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 15, 311-318.


Erickson, KI, Suever, BL, Prakash, RS, Colcombe, SJ, McAuley, E, Kramer, AF (2008). Greater intake of vitamins B6 and B12 spares gray matter in healthy elderly: a voxel-based morphometry study. Brain Research, 1119. 20-26.


Voss, M.W., Erickson, K.I., Chaddock, L., Prakash, R.S., Colcombe, S.J., Morris, K.S., Doerksen, S., Hu, L., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2008). Dedifferentiation in the visual cortex: An fMRI investigation of individual differences in older adults. Brain Research, 1244(9), 121-131.

Basak, C., Boot, W.R., Voss, M.W. & Kramer, A.F. (2008). Can Training in a Real-Time Strategy Videogame Attenuate Cognitive Decline in Older Adults? Psychology & Aging, 23, 765-777.


Prakash, R.S., Snook, E.M., Lewis, J.M., Motl, R.W. & Kramer, A.F. (2008). Cognitive impairments in relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis: A meta-analysis. Multiple Sclerosis, 14, 1250-1261.

Prakash, R.S., Erickson, K.I., Snook, E.M., Colcombe, S., Motl, R.W. & Kramer, A.F. (2008). Cortical recruitment during selective attention in Multiple Sclerosis: An fMRI investigation of individual differences. Neuropsychologia, 46, 2888-2895.

Erickson, K.I., Kim, J.S., Suever, B.L., Voss, M.W., Francis, B.M. & Kramer, A.F. (2008). Genetic contributions to age-related decline in executive function: a 10 year longitudinal study of COMT and BDNF polymorphisms. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 2 (11), 1-9.


Boot, W.R., Kramer, A.F., Simons, D.J., Fabiani, M. & Gratton, G. (2008). The effects of video game playing on attention, memory and executive control. Acta Psychologica, 129, 387-398.


Gordon, B.A., Rykhlevskaia, E.I., Brumback, C.R., Lee, Y., Elavsky, S., Konopack, J.F., McAuley, E., Kramer, A.F., Colcombe, S., Gratton, G. & Fabiani, M. (2008). Neuroanatomical correlates of aging, cardiopulmonary fitness level, and education. Psychophysiology, 45, 825-838.


Bherer, L., Kramer, A.F., Peterson, M.S., Colcombe, S., Erickson, K. & Becic, E. (2008). Transfer effects in task set cost and dual task cost after dual-task training in older and younger adults: Further evidence for cognitive plasticity in attentional control in late adulthood. Experimental Aging Research, 34, 188-219.


Heyn, P.C., Johnson, K.E. & Kramer, A.F. (2008). Endurance and strength training outcomes on cognitively impaired and cognitively intact older adults: A meta-analysis. The Journal of Nutrition, Health & Aging, 12(6), 401-409.


Becic, E., Boot, W.R. & Kramer, A.F. (2008). Training Older Adults to Search More Effectively: Scanning Strategy and Visual Search in Dynamic Displays. Psychology & Aging, 23, 461-466.


Godijn, R. & Kramer, A.F. (2008). Oculomotor capture by surprising onsets. Visual Cognition, 16, 279-289.


Godijn, R. & Kramer, A.F. (2008). The effects of attentional demands on the antisaccade cost. Perception & Psychophysics, 70, 795-806.


Belopolsky, A.V., Kramer, A.F. & Godijn, R. (2008).  Transfer of information into working memory during attention capture.  Visual Cognition, 16, 409-418.


DiGirolamo, G.J., McCarley, J.S., Kramer, A.F. & Griffin, H.J. (2008). Voluntary and reflexive eye movements to illusory lengths. Visual Cognition, 16, 68-89.


Hillman, C.H., Erickson, K.I. & Kramer, A.F. (2008). Be smart, exercise your heart: Exercise effects on brain and cognition. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 9, 58-65.


Kramer, A.F. & Erickson, K.I. (2007). Physical activity effects on cognition, well-being and brain: Human Interventions. Alzheimer’s & Dementia, 3(2 Supplement 1), S45-51.

Belopolsky, A.V., Zwaan, L., Theeuwes, J. & Kramer, A.F. (2007). The size of the attentional window modulates attentional capture by color singletons. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 934-938.


Boot, W.R., Becic, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2007). Temporal limitations in multiple target detection in a dynamic monitoring task. Human Factors, 49(5), 897-906.


Becic, E., Kramer, A.F. & Boot, W.R. (2007). Age-related differences in visual search in dynamic displays. Psychology & Aging, 22, 67-74.


Kramer, A.F. & Erickson, K.I. (2007). Capitalizing on cortical plasticity: influence of physical activity on cognition and brain function. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 11(8), 342-348.

McCarley, J.S., Mounts, J. & Kramer, A.F. (2007). Spatially mediated capacity limits in attentive visual perception. Acta Psychologica, 126, 98-119.


Godijn, R. & Kramer, A.F. (2007). Antisaccade Costs with Static and Dynamic Targets. Perception & Psychophysics, 69(5), 802-815.


Scalf, P.E., Banich, M.T., Kramer, A.F., Narechania, K. & Liebler, C. (2007). Double Take: Parallel processing by the cerebral hemispheres reduces the attentional blink. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance, 33(2), 298-329.


Kramer, A.F., Cassavaugh, N., Horrey, W., Becic, E. & Mayhugh, J. (2007). Influence of age and proximity warning devices on collision avoidance in simulated driving. Human Factors, 49(5), 935-949.


Ross, B.H., Wang, R.F., Kramer, A.F., Simons, D. J. & Crowell, J.A. (2007). Action information from classified information. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 14(3), 500-504.


Scalf, P.E., Colcombe, S.J., McCarley, J.S., Erickson, K.I., Alvarado, M., Kim, J.S., Wadhwa, R. & Kramer, A.F. (2007). The neuronal correlates of an expanded functional field of view. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 62B (Special Issue I), 32-44.


Becic, E., Kramer, A.F. & Boot, W.R. (2007). Age-related differences in the use of background layout in visual search. Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 14, 1-17.

Erickson, K.I., Colcombe, S.J., Wadhwa, R., Bherer, L., Peterson, M.S., Scalf, P.E., Kim, J.S., Alvarado, M. & Kramer, A.F. (2007). Training-induced plasticity in older adults: Effects of training on hemispheric asymmetry. Neurobiology of Aging, 28, 272-283.


Erickson, K.I., Colcombe, S.J., Wadhwa, R., Bherer, L., Peterson, M.S., Scalf, P.E., Kim, J.S., Alvarado, M. & Kramer, A.F. (2007). Training induced functional activation changes in dual-task processing: An fMRI study. Cerebral Cortex, 17, 192-204.


Erickson, K.I., Colcombe, S.J., Elavsky, S., McAuley, E., Korol, D., Scalf, P.E. & Kramer, A.F. (2007). Interactive effects of fitness and hormone treatment on brain health in elderly women. Neurobiology of Aging, 28, 179-185.


Prakash, R., Snook, E.M., Erickson, K.I., Colcombe, S.J., Webb, M.L., Motl, R.W. & Kramer, A.F. (2007). Cardiorespiratory fitness: A predictor of cortical plasticity in multiple sclerosis. Neuroimage, 34, 1238-1244.

Boot, W.R., Kramer, A.F., Becic, E., Wiegmann, A.A. & Kubose, T. (2006). Detecting transient changes in dynamic displays: The more you look, the less you see. Human Factors, 48(4), 759-773.

Thomas, L. E., Ambinder, M. S., Hsieh, B., Levinthal, B., Crowell, J. A., Irwin, D. E., Kramer, A. F., Lleras, A., Simons, D. J., Wang, R. F. (2006). Fruitful Visual Search: Inhibition of Return in a Virtual Foraging Task. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 13(5), 891-895.

Colcombe, S.J., Erickson, K.I., Scalf, P.E., Kim, J.S., Prakash, R., McAuley, E., Elavsky, S., Marquez, D.X., Hu, L. & Kramer, A.F. (2006). Aerobic exercise training increases brain volume in aging humans. Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences, 61, 1166-1170.


Bherer, L., Kramer, A.F., Peterson, M.S., Colcombe, S., Erickson, K. & Becic, E. (2006). Testing the limits of cognitive plasticity in older adults: Application to attentional control. Acta Psychologica, 123, 261-278.


Kramer, A.F., Erickson, K.I. & Colcombe, S.J. (2006). Exercise, cognition, and the aging brain. Journal of Applied Physiology, 101, 1243-1251.


Godijn, R. & Kramer, A.F. (2006).   Prosaccades and Antisaccades to Onsets and Color Singletons:
Evidence that Erroneous Prosaccades are not Reflexive.  Experimental Brain Research, 172, 439-448.

Studenski, S., Carlson, M.C., Fillit, H., Greenough, W.T., Kramer, A. & Rebok, G.W. (2006). From bedside to bench: Does mental and physical activity promote cognitive vitality in later life? Sage KE Science of Aging Knowledge Environment, 10, 21-30.


Beck, M.R., Peterson, M.S., Boot, W.R., Vomela, M. & Kramer, A.F. (2006). Explicit memory for rejected distractors during visual search. Visual Cognition, 14(2), 150-174.

Wang, F.R., Crowell, J.A., Simons, D.J., Irwin, D.E., Kramer, A.F., Ambinder, M.S., Thomas, L.E., Gosney, J.L., Levinthal, B.R. & Hsieh, B.B. (2006). Spatial updating relies on an egocentric representation of space: Effects of number of objects. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 13(2), 281-286.

McCarley, J.S., Kramer, A.F., Boot, W.R., Peterson, M.S., Wang, R.F. & Irwin, D.E. (2006). Oculomotor behavior in visual search for multiple targets. Visual Cognition, 14, 685-703.


Kramer, A.F., Boot, W.R., McCarley, J.S., Peterson, M.S., Colcombe, A., Scialfa, C.T. (2006). Aging, Memory and Visual Search. Acta Psychologica, 122, 288-304.

Hillman, C.H., Kramer, A.F., Belopolsky, A.V. & Smith, D.P. (2006). A cross-sectional examination of age and physical activity on performance and event-related brain potentials in a task switching paradigm. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 59(1), 30-39.

Wiegmann, D., McCarley, J.S., Kramer, A.F. & Wickens, C.D. (2006). Age and automation interact to influence performance of a simulated luggage screening task. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine, 77, 825-831.

Low, K. A., Leaver, E., Kramer, A. F., Fabiani, M., & Gratton, G. (2006). Fast optical imaging of frontal cortex during active and passive oddball tasks.  Psychophysiology, 43, 127-136.


Dishman, R.K., Berthoud, H.R., Boot, F.W., Cotman, C.W., Edgerton, V.R., Fleshner, M.R., Gandevia, S.C., Gomez-Pinilla, F., Greenwood, B.N., Hillman, C.H., Kramer, A,F., Levin, B.E., Toran, T.H., Russo-Neustadt, A.A., Salamone, J.D., Van Hoomissen, J.D., Wade, C.E., York, D.A. & Zigmound, M.J. (2006). The neurobiology of exercise. Obesity Research, 14(3), 345-356.


Belopolsky, A.V. & Kramer, A.F. (2006). Error processing of oculomotor capture. Cognitive Brain Research, 1081(1), 171-178.


Marquez, D.X., McAuley, E., Motl, R.W., Elavsky, S., Konopack, J.F., Jerome, G.J., & Kramer, A.F. (2006). Validation of Geriatric Depression Scale-5 scores among sedentary older adults. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 66, 667-675.

Kubose, T., Bock, K., Dell, G.S., Garnsey, S.M., Kramer, A.F. & Mayhugh, J. (2006). The effects of speech production and speech comprehension on simulated driving performance. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 20, 43-63.


Bherer, L., Kramer, A.F., Peterson, M.S., Colcombe, S., Erickson, K. & Becic, E. (2005). Training effects on dual-task performance: Are there age-related differences in plasticity of attentional control? Psychology and Aging, 20(4), 695-709.

Kramer, A.F., Colcombe, S.J., McAuley, E., Scalf, P. & Erickson, K.I. (2005). Fitness, aging and neurocognitive function. Neurobiology of Aging, 26S, S124-S127.

Erickson, K.I., Colcombe, S.J., Wadhwa, R., Bherer, L., Peterson, M.S., Scalf, P.E. & Kramer, A.F. (2005). Neural correlates of dual-task performance after minimizing task preparation. Neuroimage, 28, 967-979.


Boot, W.R.,  Kramer, A.F. & Peterson, M.S. (2005). Oculomotor Consequences of Abrupt Object Onsets and Offsets: Onsets Dominate Oculomotor Capture. Perception and Psychophysics, 67(5), 910-928.

Belopolsky, A.V., Theeuwes, J. & Kramer, A.F. (2005). Prioritization by transients in visual search. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 12(1), 93-99.

Colcombe, S.J., Kramer, A.F., Erickson, K.I., & Scalf, P. (2005). The implications of cortical recruitment and brain morphology for individual differences in cognitive performance in aging humans. Psychology and Aging, 20(3), 363-375.


Kramer, A.F., Gonzalez de Sather, J. & Cassavaugh, N. (2005). Development of attentional and oculomotor control. Developmental Psychology, 41, 760-772.

Belopolsky, A.V., Peterson, M.S. & Kramer, A.F. (2005). Visual search in temporally segregated displays: Converging operations in the study of the preview benefit. Cognitive Brain Research, 24, 453-466.

Erickson, K.I., Colcombe, S.J., Raz, N., Korol, D., Scalf, P., Webb, A., McAuley, E., & Kramer, A.F. (2005). Selective sparing of brain tissue in postmenopausal women receiving hormone replace therapy. Neurobiology of Aging, 22(3), 349-357.

Erickson, K.I., Ho, M.H.R., Colcombe, S.J. & Kramer, A.F. (2005). A structural equation modeling analysis of attentional control: An event-related fMRI study. Cognitive Brain Research, 22, 349-357.

Boot, W.R., McCarley, J.S., Kramer, A.F. & Peterson, M.S. (2004). Automatic and intentional memory processes in visual search. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 11(5), 854-861.

Theeuwes, J., Kramer, A.F. & Belopolsky, A. (2004). Attentional set interacts with perceptual load in visual search. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review,11,697-702.

McCarley, J.S., Vais, M., Pringle, H., Kramer, A.F., Irwin, D.E. & Strayer, D.L. (2004). Conversation disrupts change detection in complex driving scenes. Human Factors, 46,424-436.

Kramer, A.F., Bherer, L., Colcombe, S., Dong, W. & Greenough, W.T. (2004). Environmental influences on cognitive and brain plasticity during aging. Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences, 59A, 940-957.


Peterson, M.S., Kramer, A.F. & Irwin, D.E. (2004). Covert shifts of attention precede involuntary eye movements. Perception and Psychophysics, 66, 398-405.


Peterson, M.S., Boot, W.R., Kramer, A.F. & McCarley, J.S. (2004).  Landmarks help guide attention during visual search. Spatial Vision, 17, 497-510.


Theeuwes, J., Kramer, A.F. & Kingstone, A. (2004). Attentional capture modulates perceptual sensitivity. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 11, 551-554.

Hillman, C.H., Belopolosky, A.V., Snook, E.M., Kramer, A.F. & McAuley, E. (2004). Physical activity and executive control: Implications for increased cognitive health during older adulthood. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 75, 176-185.

Cassavaugh, N., Kramer, A.F. & Peterson, M.S. (2004). Aging and the strategic control of the fixation offset effect. Psychology and Aging, 19, 357-361.

Hahn, S., Andersen, G.J. & Kramer, A.F. (2004). Age influences multi-dimensional set switching. Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition, 11, 25-36.


McCarley, J.S., Kramer, A.F., Wickens, C.D., Vidoni, E. & Boot, W. (2004). Visual skills in airport security screening. Psychological Science, 15, 302-306.

Colcombe, S.J., Kramer, A.F., McAuley, E., Erickson, K.I. & Scalf, P. (2004). Neurocognitive aging and cardiovascular fitness: Recent findings and future directions. Journal of Molecular Neuroscience, 24, 11-16.

McCarley, J.S., Kramer, A.F., Colcombe, A.M. & Scialfa, C.T. (2004). Priming of pop-out in visual search: A comparison of young and old adults. Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition, 11, 80-88.

McCarley, J.S., Mounts, J.R. & Kramer, A.F. (2004). Age-related differences in localized attention interference. Psychology and Aging, 19, 203-210.


McAuley, E., Kramer, A.F. & Colcombe, S.J. (2004). Cardiovascular fitness and neurocognitive function in older adults: A brief review. Brain, Behavior and Immunity, 18, 214-220.


Bojko, A., Kramer, A.F. & Peterson, M.S. (2004). Age equivalence in switch costs for prosaccade and antisaccade tasks. Psychology and Aging, 19, 226-234.


Colcombe, S.J., Kramer, A.F., Erickson, K.I., Scalf, P., McAuley, E., Cohen, N.J., Webb, A., Jerome, G.J., Marquez, D.X. & Elavsky, S. (2004). Cardiovascular fitness, cortical plasticity, and aging. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 101(9), 3316-3321.

Erickson, K.I., Milham, M.I., Colcombe, S.J., Kramer, A.F., Banich, M.T., Webb, A. & Cohen, N.J. (2004). Behavioral conflict, anterior cingulate cortex, and experiment duration: Implications of diverging data. Human Brain Mapping, 21, 98-107.

McCarley, J.S., Kramer, A.F., & DiGirolamo, G.J. (2003). Differential effects of the Muller-Lyer illusion on reflexive and voluntary saccades. Journal of Vision, 3, 1-10.


Peterson, M.S., Belopolsky, A. & Kramer, A.F. (2003). Contingent marking by transients. Perception and Psychophysics, 65(5), 695-710.

McCarley, J.S., Wang, R., Kramer, A.F., Irwin, D.E. & Peterson, M.S. (2003). How much memory does oculomotor search have? Psychological Science, 14, 422-426.


Hahn, S., Andersen, G.J. & Kramer, A.F. (2003). Parallel control of task and response set switch. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 10, 503-509.

Rudmann, D.S., McCarley, J.S. & Kramer, A.F. (2003). Bimodal display augmentation for improved speech comprehension, Human Factors, 45, 329-336.


Cassavaugh, N.D., Kramer, A.F. & Irwin, D.E. (2003). Influence of task-irrelevant onset distractors on visual search. Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition, 10, 44-60.

Kramer, A.F., Colcombe, S, J., McAuley, E., Erickson, K.I., Scalf, P., Jerome, G.J., Marquez, D.X., Elavsky, S. & Webb, A. (2003). Enhancing brain and cognitive function of older adults through fitness training. Journal of Molecular Neuroscience, 20, 213-221.

Colcombe, A.M., Kramer, A.F., Irwin, D.E., Peterson, M.S., Colcombe, S. & Hahn, S. (2003). Age-related effects of attentional and oculomotor capture by onsets and color singletons as a function of experience. Acta Psychologica, 113, 205-226.

Colcombe, S.J., Erickson, K.I., Raz, N., Webb, A.G., Cohen, N.J., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2003). Aerobic fitness reduces brain tissue loss in aging humans. Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences, 58, 176-180.

Colcombe, S. & Kramer, A.F. (2003). Fitness effects on the cognitive function of older adults: A meta-analytic study. Psychological Science, 14, 125-130.


Kramer, A.F. & McCarley, J.S. (2003). Oculomotor behavior as a reflection of attention and memory processes: Neural mechanisms and applications to Human Factors. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomic Science, 4(1), 21-55.

Churchill, J.D., Galvez, R., Colcombe, S., Swain, R.A., Kramer, A.F. & Greenough, W.T. (2002). Exercise, experience and the aging brain. Neurobiology of Aging, 23(5), 941-955.


McCarley, J.S., Kramer, A.F. & Peterson, M.S. (2002). Overt and covert object-based attention. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 9(4), 751-758.

Kramer, A.F. & Willis, S.L. (2002). Enhancing the cognitive vitality of older adults. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 11, 173-176.

Kramer, A.F., Colcombe, S., Erickson, K., Belopolsky, A., McAuley, E., Cohen, N.J., Webb, A., Jerome, G.J. & Marquez, D.X. (2002). Effects of fitness training on human cortical function: A proposal. Journal of Molecular Neuroscience, 19, 227-231.


Milham, M.P., Erickson, K.I., Banich, M.B., Kramer, A.F., Webb, A., Wszalek, T. & Cohen, N.J. (2002). Attentional control in the aging brain: Insights from an fMRI study of the Stroop task. Brain and Cognition, 49, 277-296.


Peterson, M.S., Kramer, A.F., Irwin, D.E. & Hahn, S. (2002). Modulation of oculomotor control by abrupt onsets during attentionally demanding visual search. Visual Cognition, 9, 755-791.


Fillit, H.M., Albert, M.S., Birren, J.E., Butler, R.N., Carey, L.A. Cotman, K.W., Greenough, W.T., Gold, P.E., Kramer, A.F., Kuller, L.H., O’Connell, A.W., Perls, T.T., Reynolds-Foley, S., Sahagan, B.G. & Tully, T. (2002). Achieving and maintaining cognitive vitality with aging. Mayo Clinic Proceedings, 77(7), 681-696.

Peterson, M.S., McCarley, J. Kramer, A.F., Irwin, D.E. & Wang, F.R. (2001). Visual search has memory. Psychological Science, 12, 287-292.


Kramer, A.F. & Strayer, D.L. (2001). Influence of stimulus repetition on negative priming. Psychology and Aging, 16, 580-587.

Peterson, M.S. & Kramer, A.F. (2001). Contextual cueing reduces interference from task irrelevant onset distractors. Visual Cognition, 8, 843-859.


Kramer, A.F., Cassavaugh, N.D., Irwin, D.E., Peterson, M.S. & Hahn, S. (2001). Influence of single and multiple onset distractors on visual search for singleton targets. Perception and Psychophysics, 63, 952-968.


Peterson, M.S. & Kramer, A.F. (2001). Attentional guidance of the eyes by contextual information and abrupt onsets. Perception and Psychophysics, 63, 1239-1249.


Kramer, A.F., Cepeda, N.J., Cepeda, M. (2001). Methylphenidate effects on task switching performance in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 40, 1277-1284.


Milham, M.P., Banich, M.T., Webb, A., Barad, V., Cohen, N.J., Wszalek, T. & Kramer, A.F. (2001). The relative involvement of anterior cingulate and prefrontal cortex in attentional control depends on the nature of conflict. Cognitive Brain Research, 12, 467-573.


Cepeda,N.J., Kramer, A.F. & Gonzalez de Sather, J.C.M. (2001). Changes in executive control across the lifespan: Examination of task switching performance. Developmental Psychology, 37, 715-730.

Tang, H., Beebe, D. & Kramer, A.F. (2001). A Multi-State Input Mechanism with Multimodal Feedback. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 54, 495-507.


Atchley, P. & Kramer, A.F. (2001). Object-based attentional selection in three-dimensional space. Visual Cognition, 8, 1-32.


DiGirolamo, G.J., Kramer, A.F., Barad, V., Cepeda, N., Weissman, D.H., Wszalek, T.M., Cohen, N.J., Banich, M., Webb, A. & Beloposky, A. (2001). General and task-specific frontal lobe recruitment in older adults during executive processes: A fMRI investigation of task switching. Neuroreport, 12(9), 2065-2072.


Theeuwes, J., Kramer, A.F. & Atchley, P. (2001). Spatial attention in early vision. Acta Psychologica, 108, 1-20.


Pringle, H., Irwin, D.E., Kramer, A.F. & Atchley, P. (2001). Relationship between attention and perceptual change detection in driving scenes. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 8, 89-95.


Banich, M.T., Milham, M.P., Cohen, N.J., Wszalek, T., Kramer, A.F., Liang, Z.P., Gullet, D., Shah, C. & Brown, C. (2000). fMRI studies of Stroop tasks reveal unique roles of anterior and posterior brain systems in attentional selection. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 12, 988-1000.


McAuley, E., Blissmer, B., Marquez, D.X., Jerome, G.J., Kramer, A.F. & Katula, J. (2000). Social relations, physical activity and well-being in older adults. Preventive Medicine, 31, 608-617.


Banich, M.T., Milham, M.P., Atchley, R.A., Cohen, N.J., Webb, A., Wszalek, T., Kramer, A.F., Liang, Z.P., Barad, V. & Gullett, D. (2000). Prefrontal regions play a predominant role in imposing an attentional set: Evidence from MRI. Cognitive Brain Research, 10, 1-9

Kramer, A.F., Hahn, S. & McAuley, E. (2000). Influence of aerobic fitness on the neurocognitive function of older adults. Physical Activity and Aging, 4, 379-385.


Atchley, P. & Kramer, A.F. (2000). Age related changes in the control of attention in depth. Psychology and Aging, 15, 78-87.


Atchley, P., Kramer, A.F. & Hillstrom, A. (2000). Contingent capture for onsets and offsets: Attentional set for perceptual transients. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 26, 595-606.

Cepeda, N., Cepeda, M. & Kramer, A.F. (2000). Task switching and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 28, 213-226.


Kramer, A.F., Hahn, S., Irwin, D.E. & Theeuwes, J. (2000). Age differences in the control of looking behavior: Do you know where your eyes have been? Psychological Science, 11, 210-217.


Kramer, A.F. & Atchley, P. (2000). Age-related effects in the marking of old objects in visual search. Psychology and Aging, 15, 286-296.


Irwin, D.E., Colcombe, A.M., Kramer, A.F. & Hahn, S. (2000). Attentional and oculomotor capture by onset, luminance, and color singletons. Vision Research, 40, 1443-1458.


Theeuwes, J., Kramer, A.F., Hahn, S., Irwin, D.E. & Zelinsky, G.J. (1999). Influence of attentional capture on eye movement control. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 25, 1595-1608.


Kramer, A.F., Hahn, S., Cohen, N., Banich, M., McAuley, E., Harrison, C., Chason, J., Vakil, E., Bardell, L., Boileau, R.A. & Colcombe, A. (1999). Aging, fitness, and neurocognitive function. Nature, 400, 418-419.


Kramer, A.F., Irwin, D.E., Theeuwes, J. & Hahn, S. (1999). Oculomotor capture by abrupt onsets reveals concurrent programming of voluntary and involuntary saccades. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 22, 689-690.

Cepeda, N.J. & Kramer, A.F. (1999). Strategic effects on object-based attentional selection. Acta Psychologica, 103, 1-20.


Kramer, A.F. & Weber, T. (1999). Object-based attentional selection and aging. Psychology and Aging, 14, 99-107.


Theeuwes, J., Kramer, A.F. & Atchley, P. (1999). Attentional effects on preattentive vision. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 25, 341-347.


Kramer, A.F., Hahn, S. & Gopher, D. (1999). Task coordination and aging: Explorations of executive control processes in the task switching paradigm. Acta Psychologica, 101, 339-378.


Kramer, A.F., Hahn, S., Irwin, D.E. & Theeuwes, J. (1999). Attentional capture and aging: Implications for visual search performance and oculomotor control. Psychology and Aging, 14, 135-154.

Watson, S. & Kramer, A.F. (1999). Object-based visual selective attention and perceptual organization. Perception and Psychophysics, 61, 31-49.


Scheffers, M., Humphrey, D., Stanny, R., Kramer, A.F. & Coles, M.G.H. (1999). Error-related processing and automaticity: Effects of practice and processing load during a period of extended wakefulness. Psychophysiology, 36, 149-157.


Humphrey, D.G. & Kramer, A.F. (1999). Age-related differences in perceptual organization and selective attention: Implications for display segmentation and recall performance. Experimental Aging Research, 25, 1-26.


Theeuwes, J., Kramer, A.F., Hahn, S. & Irwin, D.E. (1998). Our eyes do not always go where we want them to go: Capture of the eyes by new objects. Psychological Science, 9, 379-385.


Atchley, P. & Kramer, A.F. (1998). Spatial cueing in a stereoscopic display: Attention remains "depth-aware" with age. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 53, 318-323.


Hahn, S. & Kramer, A.F. (1998). Further evidence for the division of attention among non-contiguous locations. Visual Cognition (Special issue: Mechanisms of Visual Attention: A Cognitive Neuroscience Perspective), 5, 217-256


Theeuwes, J., Atchley, P. & Kramer, A.F. (1998). Attentional control within three-dimensional space. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 24, 1476-1485.


Theeuwes, J., Kramer, A.F. & Atchley, P. (1998). Visual marking of old objects. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 5, 130-134.


Atchley, P., Kramer, A.F., Andersen, G.J. & Theeuwes, J. (1997). Spatial cueing in a stereoscopic display: Evidence for a "depth-aware" attentional focus. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 524-529.


Humphrey, D.G. & Kramer, A.F. (1997). Age differences in visual search for feature, conjunction and triple conjunction targets. Psychology and Aging, 12, 704-717.


Kramer, A.F., Weber, T. & Watson, S. (1997). Object-based attentional selection: Grouped-arrays or spatially-invariant representations? Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 126, 3-13.

Martin-Emerson, R. & Kramer, A.F. (1997). Offset transients modulate attentional capture by sudden-onsets. Perception and Psychophysics, 59, 739-751.


Weber, T., Kramer, A.F., Miller, G. (1997). Selective processing of superimposed objects: An electrophysiological analysis of object-based attentional selection. Biological Psychology, 45, 159-182.


Bellenkes, A.H., Wickens, C.D. & Kramer, A.F. (1997). Visual scanning and pilot expertise: The role of attentional flexibility and mental model development. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine, 48(7), 569-579.


Sawyer, B., Bolz, E., Zmroczek, L. & Kramer, A.F. (1997) Vertical flight in obstacle-rich environments. Aerospace Engineering, 17, 44-46.


Kramer, A.F., Martin-Emerson, R., Larish, J. & Andersen, G.G. (1996). Aging and filtering by movement in visual search. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 51(4), 201-216.


Konrad, C., Kramer, A.F., Watson, S. (1996). A comparison of sequential and spatial displays in a complex monitoring task. Human Factors, 38, 464-483.


Kramer, A.F. & Hahn, S. (1995). Splitting the beam: Distribution of attention over non-contiguous regions of the visual field. Psychological Science, 6, 381-386.


Trejo, L., Kramer, A.F. & Arnold, J. (1995). Event-related potentials as indices of display monitoring performance. Biological Psychology, 40, 33-72.


Kramer, A.F., Trejo, L., & Humphrey, D. (1995). Assessment of mental workload with task-irrelevant auditory probes. Biological Psychology, 40, 83-100.


Trejo, L., Ryan-Jones, D. & Kramer, A.F. (1995). Attentional modulation of the mismatch negativity elicited by frequency differences between binaurally presented tone bursts. Psychophysiology, 32, 319-328.


Kramer, A.F., Larish, J. & Strayer, D.L. (1995). Training for attentional control in dual-task settings: A comparison of young and old adults. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 1, 50-76.

Hahn, S. & Kramer, A.F. (1995). Attentional flexibility and aging: You don't need to be 20 years of age to split the beam. Psychology and Aging, 10, 597-609.


Humphrey, D., Kramer, A.F. & Stanny, R. (1994). Influence of extended-wakefulness on automatic and non-automatic processing. Human Factors, 36, 652-669.


Kramer, A., Humphrey, D., Larish, J., Logan, G. & Strayer, D. (1994). Aging and inhibition: Beyond a unitary view of inhibitory processing in attention. Psychology and Aging, 9, 491-512.


Strayer, D. & Kramer, A. (1994). Aging and skill acquisition: Learning-performance distinctions. Psychology and Aging, 9, 589-605.


Todd, S. & Kramer, A.F. (1994). Attentional misguidance in visual search. Perception and Psychophysics, 56, 198-210.


Strayer, D. & Kramer, A. (1994). Strategies and automatic processing I: Findings and conceptual framework. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 20, 318-341.


Strayer, D. & Kramer, A. (1994). Strategies and automatic processing II: Dynamic aspects of strategy adjustment. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 20, 342-365.


Kramer, A., Coles, M., Eriksen, B., Garner, W., Hoffman, J., & Lappin, J. (1994). Charles Eriksen: Past, present and future. Perception and Psychophysics, 55, 1-8.


Humphrey, D. & Kramer, A. (1994). Towards a psychophysiological assessment of dynamic changes in mental workload. Human Factors, 36, 3-26.


Kramer, A.F., Coyne, J.T. & Strayer, D.L. (1993). Cognitive function at high altitude. Human Factors, 35, 329-344.


Andersen, G.J. & Kramer, A. (1993). Limits of focused attention in three-dimensional space. Perception and Psychophysics, 53(6), 658-667.


Sirevaag, E., Kramer, A., Wickens, C., Reisweber, M., Strayer, D. & Grenell, J. (1993). Assessment of pilot performance and workload in rotary wing helicopters. Ergonomics, 9, 1121-1140.


Hawkins, H., Kramer, A. & Capaldi, D. (1992). Aging, exercise and attention. Psychology and Aging, 7(4), 643-653.


Mecklinger, A., Kramer, A.F. & Strayer, D.L. (1992). Event related potentials and EEG components in a semantic memory search task. Psychophysiology, 29, 104-119.


Kramer, A.F. & Jacobson, A. (1991). Perceptual organization and focused attention: The role of objects and proximity in visual processing. Perception and Psychophysics, 50, 267-284.


Kramer, A.F., Tham, M.P., Yeh, Y.Y. (1991). Movement and focused attention: A failure to replicate. Perception and Psychophysics, 50, 537-546.


Kramer, A.F., Strayer, D.L., & Buckley, J. (1991). Task versus component consistency in the development of automatic processing: A psychophysiological assessment. Psychophysiology, 28, 425-436.


Goettl, B.P., Wickens, C.D. and Kramer, A.F. (1991). The object display in the perception of graphical data. Ergonomics, 34, 1047-1065.


Hanisch, K., Kramer, A. and Hulin, C. (1991). An integrated approach to system design and training: A field study focusing on components of user's mental models and expert/novice differences. Ergonomics, 34, 1129-1145.


Strayer, D.L. and Kramer, A.F. (1990). Attentional requirements of automatic and controlled processes. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 16, 67-82.


Kramer, A.F., Strayer, D.L. and Buckley, J. (1990). Development and transfer of automatic processing. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 16, 505-522.


Strayer, D.L. and Kramer, A.F. (1990). A comparison of memory based theories of automaticity. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 16, 291-304.


Sirevaag, E. & Kramer, A.F. (1990). On the structure and capacity of selection processes. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 13, 254-255.


Gratton, G., Bosco, C., Kramer, A., Coles, M., Wickens, C. and Donchin, E. (1990). Event-related brain potentials as indices of information extraction and response priming. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 75, 419-432.


Webb, J. and Kramer, A.F. (1990). Maps or analogies? A comparison of instructional aids for database navigation. Human Factors, 32, 251-266.


Sirevaag, E., Kramer, A.F., Coles, M.G.H., and Donchin, E. (1989). Resource reciprocity: An event-related potentials analysis. Acta Psychologica, 70, 77-97.


Gratton, G., Kramer, A.F., Coles, M.G.H. and Donchin, E. (1989). Simulation studies of latency measures of components of the event-related brain potential. Psychophysiology, 26, 233-248.


Kramer, A.F. and Strayer, D.L. (1988). Assessing the development of automatic processing: Dual-task and event related brain potential methodologies. Biological Psychology, 26, 231-267.


Kramer, A.F., Sirevaag, E., Hughes, P. (1988). Effects of foveal task load on visual-spatial attention: Event-related potentials and performance. Psychophysiology, 25, 512-531.


Kramer, A.F., Sirevaag, E. and Braune, R. (1987). A psychophysiological assessment of operator workload during simulated flight missions. Human Factors, 29, 145-160.


Kramer, A.F. and Donchin, E. (1987). Brain potentials as indices of orthographic and phonological interactions during word processing. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 13, 76-86.


Kramer, A.F., Fisk, A., Schneider, W., and Donchin, E. (1986). The effects of practice and task structure on components of the event-related brain potential. Psychophysiology, 23, 33-47.


Kramer, A.F., Wickens, C.D. and Donchin, E. (1985). The processing of stimulus properties: Evidence for dual task integrality. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 11, 393-408.


Kramer, A.F. (1985). The interpretation of the component structure of event-related brain potentials: An analysis of expert judgments. Psychophysiology, 22, 334-344.


Wickens, C.D. and Kramer, A.F. (1985). Engineering Psychology. Annual Review of Psychology. New York: Annual Reviews Inc.


Kramer, A.F., Wickens, C.D., and Donchin, E. (1983). An analysis of the processing demands of a complex perceptual-motor task. Human Factors, 25, 597-622.


Wickens, C.D., Kramer, A., Vanasse, L., and Donchin, E. (1983). Performance of concurrent tasks: A psychophysiological analysis of the reciprocity of information-processing resources. Science, 221, 1080-1082.

Book chapters and books:


Blazer, D.G., Yaffe, K., Albert, M., Czaja, S., Fick, D. Gwyther, L.P., Hill-Briggs, F., Inouye, S.K., Karlawish, J., Kramer, A.F., LaCroix, A.,  Morrison, J.H., Powell, T., Reuben D., Snyder, L. & Wallace, R.B. (2015). Cognitive Aging: Progress in Understanding and Opportunities for Action. Institute of Medicine of the National Academies of Science. The National Academy Press, Washington, D.C.


Gratton, G., Kramer, A.F. & Fabiani, M. (2008). Brain sensors and measures. In D.D. Schmorrow & K.M. Stanney (Eds.), Augmented Cognition: A Practioner’s Guide. Santa Monica, CA. Human Factors Society.


Kramer, A.F. & Madden, D. (2008). Attention. In F.I.M. Craik & T.A. Salthouse (Eds.), The handbook of aging and cognition (3rd edition). New York: Psychology Press.


Kramer, A.F. Erickson, K.I. & McAuley, E. (2008). Effects of physical activity on cognition and brain. In D.T. Stuss, G. Winocur & I.H. Robertson (Eds.), Cognitive Neurorehabilitation: Evidence and Applications (2nd edition). United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.


Kramer, A.F. & Parasuraman, R. (2007). Human Factors. In J. Cacioppo, L. Tassinary & G. Bertson (Eds.), Handbook of Psychophysiology, 3rd edition.  N.Y.: N.Y., Cambridge University Press.


Bock, J. K., Dell, G. S., Garnsey, S. M., Kramer, A. F., & Kubose, T. T. (2007). Car talk, car listen. In A. S. Meyer, L. Wheeldon & A. Krott (Eds.), Automaticity and control in language processing. (pp. 21-42). Hove, England: Psychology Press.


McCarley, J.S. & Kramer, A.F. (2007). Eye movements as a window on perception and cognition. In M. Rizzo & R. Parasuraman (Eds.), Neuroergonomics: The Brain at Work. N.Y.: N.Y. Oxford University Press.


Boot, W.R., Kramer, A.F. & Becic, E. (2006). Capturing attention in the laboratory and the real world. In A.F. Kramer, A. Kirlik & D. Wiegmann (Eds.), Applied Attention: From Theory to Practice. N.Y.: N.Y. Oxford University Press.


Kramer, A.F., Kirlik, A. & Wiegmann, D. (2006). Applied Attention: From Theory to Practice. N.Y.: N.Y. Oxford University Press.


Kramer, A.F. & Kray, J. (2006). Aging and Attention. (pp. 57-69). In F.I.M. Craik & E. Bialystock (Eds.), Lifespan Cognition: Mechanisms of Change. Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press.


Bulloch, K., Cobain, M.R., Foreyt, J.P., Jennings, J.R., Kramer, A.F., Mayer, E.A., Morrison, J.H., Noble, K.G., Quirk, G.J., Rhode, R., Rose, R.M., Rossman, J., Warner, H.R., Butler, R.N., Fillit, H.M., Frost, G.J., McEwen, B.S., O’Brien, N., Thayer, J.F. & Zuckerman, M. (2006). Stress: Putting the Brain Back into Medicine. N.Y.: N.Y.: International Longevity Center.


Kramer, A.F., Fabiani, M. & Colcombe, S. (2006). Contributions of Cognitive Neuroscience to the Understanding of Behavior and Aging. (pp. 57-84). In W. Schaie & J. Birren (Eds). Handbook of the Psychology of Aging. London: Elsevier.


Kramer, A.F. & Hillman, C.H. (2006). Aging, physical activity and neurocognitive function. (pp. 45-60). In E. Acevedo & P. Ekekakis (Eds.), Psychobiology of Physical Activity. Champaign, IL.: Human Kinetics.


Kramer, A.F., Peterson, M.S., McCarley, J.S. & Boot, W.R. (2005). Role of Memory in Visual Search: A Brief Review of a Developing Literature. In D. McBride & D. Schmorrow (Eds.), Quantifying Human Information Processing. Lanham, Maryland. Lexington Books.


Pringle, H.L., Kramer, A.F., & D.E. Irwin. (2004). Individual differences in the visual representation of scenes. In D.T. Levin (Ed.), Thinking and seeing: Visual metacognition in adults and children (pp. 165-186). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.


Kramer, A.F. & Willis, S.L. (2004). Enhancing the cognitive vitality of older adults. In J. Lerner & A.E. Alberts (Eds.), Current Directions in Developmental Psychology (pgs 160-166). Pearson Prentice Hall: New Jersey (article reproduced from Psychological Science, 2002, 11, 173-176).


Kramer, A.F. & Belopolsky, A. (2003). Assessing brain function and metal chronometry with event-related brain potentials. In K. Brookhuis (Ed.), Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics Methods. NY: Taylor and Francis.


Kramer, A.F. & Willis, S. (2003). Cognitive plasticity and aging. In B. Ross (Ed). Psychology of Learning and Motivation, vol 43. N.Y.: Academic Press.


Banich, M.T., Milham, M.P., Jacobson, B.L., Webb, A., Wszalek, T., Cohen, N.J. & Kramer, A.F. (2001). Attention selection and the processing of task-irrelevant information. Insights from fMRI examinations of the Stroop task. In C. Casanova & M. Pitto (Eds.), Vision: From neurons to cognition, Progress in brain research. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science.


Kramer, A.F., Scialfa, C.T., Petterson, M.T. & Irwin, D.E. (2001). Attentional capture, attentional control and aging. In C. Folk & B. Gibson (Eds.), Attraction, Distraction and Action: Multiple Perspectives on Attentional Capture. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science.


Kramer, A.F., Hahn, S., McAuley, E., Cohen, N.J., Banich, M.T., Harrison, C., Chason, J., Boileau, R.A., Bardell, L., Colcombe, A. & Vakil, E. (2001). Exercise, aging and cognition: Healthy body, healthy mind? In A.D. Fisk & W. Rogers (Eds.), Human Factors Interventions for the Health Care of Older Adults. Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum.


Kramer, A.F. (2000). Cognitive psychophysiology in human factors and ergonomics. In W. Karwowski (Ed.), International encyclopedia of ergonomics and human factors. NY:NY: Taylor and Francis.


Theeuwes, J., Atchley, P. & Kramer, A.F. (2000). On the time course of top-down and bottom-up control of visual attention. In J. Driver & S. Monsell (Eds.), Attention and Performance XVIII. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.


Gaillard, A.W.K. & Kramer, A.F. (2000). Theoretical and methodological considerations in psychophysiological research. In R. W. Backs & W. Boucsein (Eds.), Engineering Psychophysiology. Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum.


Kramer, A.F. & Weber, T. (2000). Application of psychophysiology to human factors. In J. Cacioppo, L. Tassinary & G. Bertson (Eds.), Handbook of Psychophysiology. New York: Cambridge University Press.


Kramer, A.F., Larish, J., Weber, T., & Bardell, L. (1999). Training for executive control: Task coordination strategies and aging. In D. Gopher & A. Koriat (Eds.), Attention and Performance XVII. Cambridge, MA. MIT Press.


Kramer, A.F., Gopher, D. & Hahn, S. (1999). Aging and executive control. In M. Falkenstein, J. Hohnsbein & P. Ullsperger (Eds.), Cognitive changes due to aging and fatigue as revealed in the electrical brain activity. Berlin: Bundesanstalt fur Arbeitsschutz und Arbeitmedizin.


Kok, A. & Kramer, A.F. (1997). Special issue editors. Mental Resources: Intensive and Selective Aspects. Biological Psychology, 45, 1-288.


Kramer, A.F. & Larish, J. (1996). Training for attentional control in dual-task settings. In W. Rogers & A. Fisk & N. Walker (Eds.), Aging and skilled performance: Advances in theory and applications. Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum.


Kramer, A.F., Trejo, L. & Humphrey, D.G. (1996). Psychophysiological measures of human information processing activities: Potential applications to automated systems. In M. Mouloua & R. Parasuraman (Eds.), Automation and Human Performance: Theory and Applications. Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum.


Kramer, A.F., & Watson, S. (1996). Object-based visual selection and the principle of uniform connectedness. In A. Kramer, M. Coles & G. Logan (Eds.), Converging operations in the study of visual selective attention. Washington, D.C.: APA Press.


Logan, G.D., Coles, M.G.H. & Kramer, A.F. (1996). Converging operations in the study of visual attention: An Introduction. In A. Kramer, M. Coles, & G. Logan (Eds.) Converging operations in the study of visual selective attention. Washington, D.C.: APA Press.


Kramer, A.F., Coles, M.G.H. & Logan, G.D. (1996). Converging operations in the study of visual selective attention. Washington, D.C.: APA Press.


Kramer, A.F. and Spinks, J. (1991). Capacity views of information processing. In R. Jennings & M. Coles (Eds.), Psychophysiology of human information processing: An integration of central and autonomic nervous system approaches. Wiley.


Kramer, A.F. (1991). Physiological measures of mental workload: A review of recent progress. In D. Damos (Ed.), Multiple Task Performance. Taylor & Francis.


Eggemeier, F.T., Wilson, G.F., Kramer, A.F. & Damos, D. (1991). Workload assessment in multi-task environments. In D. Damos (Ed.), Multiple Task Performance. Taylor and Francis.


Kramer, A.F. and Schumacher, R. (1990). A graduate/undergraduate course in Human-Computer Interaction. SIGCHI Bulletin, 21, 71-75.


Kramer, A.F. and Schumacher, R. (1987). Human-computer interaction: A brief glimpse of an emerging field. In L. Mark, J. Warm and R. Huston (Eds.), Ergonomics and Human Factors: Recent Research. New York: Springer-Verlag.


Kramer, A.F. (1987). Event-related brain potentials. In A. Gale and B. Christie (Eds.), Psychophysiology and the Electronic Workplace. Sussex, England: John Wiley and Sons.


Kramer, A.F. (1987). Special issue editor - Cognitive psychophysiology. Human Factors, vol. 29.


Coles, M.G.H., Gratton, G., Kramer, A., and Miller, G. (1986). Principles of signal acquisition and analysis. In M.G.H. Coles, E. Donchin, and S.W. Porges (Eds.), Psychophysiology: Systems, Processes and Applications. New York: Guilford Press.


Donchin, E., Kramer, A.F. and Wickens, C.D. (1986). Applications of event-related brain potentials to problems in engineering psychology. In M.G.H. Coles, E. Donchin, and S.W. Porges (Eds.), Psychophysiology: Systems, Processes and Applications. New York: Guilford Press.


Wickens, C.D., Kramer, A.F., and Donchin, E. (1984). The event-related brain potential as an index of the processing demands of a complex target acquisition task. In R. Karrer, J. Cohen and P. Tueting (Eds.), Brain and Information: Event-Related Potentials. New York: The New York Academy of

Sciences.



Published conference proceedings papers and abstracts:

Morris, T. P., Whitfield-Gabrieli, S., Hillman, C. H., McAuley, E., & Kramer, A. F. (2021). Brain-based metrics are better predictors of adherence to exercise interventions than psychosocial and behavioral measures and provide mechanistic insights. The University of British Columbia Virtual Brain Health Symposium.


Logan, N. E., Westfall, D. R., Raine, L. B., Anteraper, S. A., Chaddock-Heyman, L., Whitfield-Gabrieli, S., Kramer, A. F., & Hillman, C. H. (2021). The differential effects of adiposity on functional connectivity in preadolescent children. Society for Neuroscience.


McDonald, K., Morris, T., Anteraper, S., Voss, M., Whitfield-Gabrieli, S., Erickson, K. I., Hillman, C. H., McAuley, E., & Kramer, A. F. (2021). Data-driven MRI analysis reveals fitness-sensitive functional change in default mode network following exercise intervention leads to increased cognitive performance. Society for Neuroscience.


Foggia, N., Aguinaga, S., Severson, J., Kramer, A.F., McAuley, E. & Ehlers, D. (2021).  Associations among race, physical activity and cognitive function in breast cancer survivors. Annals of Behavioral medicine, 55, S63.


Mora-Gonzalez, J., Esteban-Cornejo, I., Solis-Urra, P., Cadenas-Sanchez, C., Rodriguez-Ayllon, M., Hillman, C. H., Kramer, A., & Ortega, F. B. (2021). A 4.5-month physical exercise program induces brain activation changes in children with overweight/obesity: The ActiveBrains project. ISBNPA x Change Initiative Virtual Conference. June 8-10, 2021.


Eklund, N., Donofry, S. D., Gallo, M., Grove, G., Stillman, C., Burns, J., Vidoni, E., McAuley, E., Hillman, C. H., Kramer, A. F., & Erickson, K. I. (2021). Associations between hormone replacement therapy and cardiorespiratory fitness with verbal and visual memory performance in post-menopausal women. North American Menopause Society.


Ai, M., Morris, T. P., Chaddock-Heyman, L., Loui, P., Whitfield-Gabrieli, S., Hillman, C. H., McAuley, E., Kramer, A. F. (2021). Musical experience relates to functional connectivity in older adults. The Gerontological Society of America.


Esteban-Cornejo, I., Stillman, C. M., Rodriguez-Ayllon, M., Kramer, A. F., Hillman, C. H., Catena, A., Erickson, K. I., & Ortega, F. B. (2021). Physical fitness, hippocampal functional connectivity and academic performance in children with overweigh/obesity: The ActiveBrains Project. Flux Society.


Mora-Gonzalez, J., Ortega, F. B., Cadenas-Sanchez, C., Esteban-Cornejo, I., Migueles, J. H., Solis-Urra, P., Verdejo-Román, J., Rodriguez-Ayllon, M., Molina-Garcia, P., Ruiz, J. R., Martinez-Vizcaino, V., Hillman, C. H., Erickson, K. I., Kramer, A. F., Labayen, I., & Catena, A. (2021). Role of cardiorespiratory fitness on the effects of the ActiveBrains exercise randomized controlled trial on brain health outcomes in children with overweight/obesity. International Congress: “Promoting Brain Health Through Exercise Across the Lifespan”. Granada, Spain.


Logan, N.E., Raine, L.B., Hunt, J.N., Kramer, A.F. & Hillman, C.H. (2020). Excess body mass attenuates the effects of acute exercise on preadolescent brain function and cognition. Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise, 52(7S) 611.


McDonald, K.M., Anteraper, S., Voss, M., Whitfield-Gabrieli, S., Erickson, K., Hillman, C., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2020). Improvement through movement: Investigating functional connectivity, and cognition in older adults. Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise, 52(7S) 739.


Westfall, D.S., Kranz, M.B., Hillman, C.H., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2020). Aerobic fitness is associated with greater cortical thickness in functional connectivity networks. Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise, 52(7S) 625.


Hopman, R.J., Raine, L.B., Kramer, A.F. & Hillman, C.H. (2020). Fit and fast versus flow and steady: The relationship between fitness and cognitive performance in males and females. Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise, 52(7S) 1015.


Adamek, J.F., Taggart, A.P., Bullard, T., Cohen, J.D., Kramer, A.F., McAuley, E., Mullen, S.P. (2020.). Cognitive functioning and explicit physical activity attitudes and self-regulation associated with the activity choice index. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 54, S368.


Mullen, S.P., Cohen, J.D., Taggart, A.P., Bullard, T., Palac, D., Boot, W., Kramer, A.F. & McAuley, E. (2020). Middle aged adults expectancies prior to starting a cognitive motor training and exercise program. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 54, S97.


Hansen, L.L., Severson, J., Kramer, A.F., McAuley, E. & Ehlers, D.K. (2020). Do physical activity behaviors differentially influence cognitive function in younger versus older breast cancer survivors? Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 54, S363.


Trinh, L., McAuley, E., Kramer, A.F., Rowland, K., Rhodes, R.E., Strom, D., & Wong, J. (2020).  Using the multi-process action control approach in a physical activity intervention for prostate cancer survivors: A pilot RCT. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 54, S702.


Silver, R., Roberts, S., Naumova, E., Chui, K., Kramer, A.S. & Das, S.K. (2020). No effect of the dietary inflammatory  index on psychological health during caloric restriction: A secondary analysis of the CALERIE trial data. Current Developments in Nutrition 4 (Supplement 2) 567.


Raine, L., Chaddock-Heyman, L., Kramer, A.F., Hillman, C., & Loui, P. (2019). White matter correlates of musical training and verbal ability in children. Cognitive Neuroscience Society, March, San Francisco, CA.


Westfall, D., Anterapter, S., Raine, L., Drollette, E., Chaddock-Heyman, L., Whitfield-Gabriele, S., Kramer, A., Hillman, C. (2019). Differences in the default mode network and cognition between obese and normal weight preadolescent children. Psychophysiology, 56, S99.


Logan, N.E., Raine, L.B., Shorin, R.J., Khan, N., Kramer, A.F. & Hillman, C.H. (2019). The differential relationships between physical activity and adiposity with cognitive function in preadolescent children. Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise, 51(6) 549.


Pindus, D.M., Zwilling, C., Jaret, J., Schwarb, H., Hillman, C.H., Cohen, N.J., Kramer, A.F. & Barbey, A.K. (2019). Accelerometer measured sustained MVPA is related to higher decision-making competence among young adults. Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise, 51(6) 474-475.


Hussey, E.K., Fontes, E.B., Ward, N., Westfall, D.R., Kao, S.C., Kramer, A.F. & Hillman, C.H. (2019). Investigating the impact of acute exercise and brain stimulation on cognitive control in healthy adults. Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise, 51(6) 896.


Logan, N., Raine, L., Shorin, R., Kramer, A. & Hillman, C. (2019). Acute exercise, adiposity, and brain function in preadolescent children. Psychophysiology, 56, S43.


Salerno, E., Rowland, K., Hillman, C.H., Tring, L., Kramer, A. & McAuley, E. (2019).  Acute aerobic exercise effects on spatial working memory in breast cancer survivors: Does the length of exercise matter? Annals of behavioral medicine, 53, S169,


Raine, L., Chaddock-Heyman, L., Kramer, A.F., Hillman, C., & Loui, P. (2019). Childhood music training, verbal ability and the coherence of axonal fibers in white matter pathways. Psychophysiology, 56, S56.


Liu, R., Hannon, B., Robinson, K., Raine, L., Hammond, B., Renzi-Hammond, L., Kramer, A., Hillman, C., Teran-Garcia, M. & Khan, N. (2019). Single nucleotide polymorphisms in BCO1 and CD 36 are related to macular pigment among children. Current Developments in Nutrition,  3 (1),  https://doi.org/10.1093/cdn/nzz029.OR05-04-19

Ehlers, D.K., Aguiñaga, S., Severson, J., Kramer, A.F., & McAuley, E. (2018). Effects of sedentary behavior and sleep disturbance on memory impairments in breast cancer survivors. American Psychosocial Oncology Society Annual Conference, Tucson, AZ, February.


Salerno, E.A., Rowland, K., Hillman, C.H., Trinh, L., Kramer, A. & McAuley, E. (2018). Dose response effects of acute aerobic exercise on cognitive function in breast cancer survivors. Society of Behavioral Medicine 39th Annual Meeting, Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 52, S474, April, New Orleans, LA.


Aguinaga, S., Ehlers, D.K., Cosman, J., Severson, J., Kramer, A.F. & McAuley, E. (2018). Effects of physical activity on psychological well-being outcomes in breast cancer survivors from pre-diagnosis to post-treatment survivorship. Psycho-Oncology, 08 May 2018, https://doi.org/10.1002/pon.4755


Ehlers, D., Aguinaga, S., Cosman, J., Severson, J., Kramer, A. & McAuley, E. (2018). Effects of physical activity on quality of life in younger versus older breast cancer survivors: Roles of cognition and mental health. Society of Behavioral Medicine 39th Annual Meeting, Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 52, S419, April, New Orleans, LA.


Bullard, T., Cohen, J.D., Palac, D., Kramer, A., McAuley, E. & Mullen, S.P. (2018). Exercise self efficacy growth trajectories after 20 hours of cognitive training. Society of Behavioral Medicine 39th Annual Meeting, Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 52, S345, April, New Orleans, LA.


Palac, D., Cohen, J.D., Bullard, T., Kramer, A., McAuley, E. & Mullen, S.P. (2018). Personality profiles, exercise trial attrition and adherence: Do the big five matter? Society of Behavioral Medicine 39th Annual Meeting, Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 52, S109, April, New Orleans, LA.


Wolters, P., Abel, B., Martin, S., Smith, K., Toledo-Tamula, M.A., Roderick, M.C., Drinkard, B., Chen, Kramer, A., K., Schembri, A. & Han, J., Glod, J. & Warren, K. (2018). Home physical activity intervention to improve cognitive late effects in children treated with radiation for brain tumors: Descriptive feasibility data from a pilot randomized controlled trial. Neuro Oncol. 2018 Jun; 20(Suppl 2): i168.  Published online 2018 Jun 22. doi: 10.1093/neuonc/noy059.636.


Raine, L., Drollette, E., Kao, S.C., Westfall, D., Chadock-Heyman, L., Kramer, A.F., Khan, N. & Hillman, C. (2018). The associations between adiposity, cognitive function, and achievement in children. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 27 April 2018, DOI:  10.12.1249/MSS.00000000000650.

Ehlers, D.K., Aguiñaga, S., Severson, J., Kramer, A.F., & McAuley, E. (2017). Mental health and quality of life during cancer survivorship: The effects of physical activity levels pre-cancer to post-treatment. Program of the 19th World Congress of Psycho-Oncology and Psychosocial Academy, August, Berlin, Germany.

Raine, L., Walk, A., Kramer, A.F., Cohen, N., Khan, N. & Hillman, C. (2017). Differential effects of carbohydrates on behavioral and neuroelectric indices of selective attention in preadolescent children, Psychophysiology, 54, S53-S53.

Wolters, P., Abel, B., Martin, S., Smith, K., Toledo-Tamula, M.A., Drinkard, B., Chen, Kramer, A., K., Schembri, A. & Han, J. (2017). Home physical activity intervention to improve cognitive late effects in children treated with radiation for brain tumors: Pilot feasibility and efficacy data. Pediatric Blood and Cancer Conference, New Jersey.


Walk, A., Chojnacki, M., Drollette, E., Raine, L., Balbinot, A., Biggan, J., Kramer, A., Cohen, N., Holscher, H., Hillman, C. & Khan, N. (2017). Influence of birth weight for gestational age on neuroelectric function in preadolescence. Journal of Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 117 (9,  supplement), A89.


Balbinot, A., Chojnacki, M., Drollette, E., Raine, L., Walk, A., Biggan, J., Kramer, A., Cohen, N., Holscher, H., Hillman, C. & Khan, N. (2017). Differences in timing of developmental milestones across vaginally versus cesarean-section delivered infants: A retrospective study. Journal of Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 117 (9, supplement), A85.

Shigeta, T.T., Raine, L., Drollette, E., Kao, S.C., Westfall, D., Scudder, M., Kramer, A., Khan, N. & Hillman, C. (2017). Visceral adipose tissue is negatively and selectively associated with cognition among obese children. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 49(5s), 303, May 2017.


Drollette, E., Pontifex, M., Raine, L., Scudder, M., Moore, R., Kao, S.C., Castelli, D., Khan, N. Kramer, A.F. & Hillman, C. (2017). Effects of Fitkids randomized controlled trial on cognitive control and conflict monitoring in children. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 49(5s), 308, May 2017.

Raine, L., Khan, N., Drollette, M., Kramer, A., & Hillman, C. (2017). Obesity, visceral adipose tissue, and cognition in childhood. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 49(5s), 512., May 2017.

Sarno, D., Hess, A., Lewis, J., Mishler, A., Bohil, C., Kramer, A. & Neider, M. (2017). Into the woods: Characterizing and training detection of camouflaged targets in natural scenes. Journal of Vision, 17:10, 85.

Aguiñaga, S., Ehlers, D.K., Cosman, J., Severson, J., Kramer, A.F., & McAuley, E. (2017). Associations among physical activity, fatigue, and executive function in breast cancer survivors. Program of the 19th World Congress of Psycho-Oncology and Psychosocial Academy, August, Berlin, Germany.


Daugherty, A., Ehlers, D., Awick, E., Voss, M., Burzynska, A., McAuley, E., & Kramer, A.F. (2017). Neural Correlates of Aerobic Exercise Benefits to Episodic Memory Function: A Randomized Control Intervention Study in Older Adults. Program of the Dallas Aging & Cognition Conference, January, Dallas, Texas.


Ward, N., Hussey, E.K., Gaspar, J. & Kramer, A.F. (2017). Distracted driving and high-definition tDCS. 3rd Annual Neuromodulation Conference. January, New York City (Brain Stimulation: Basic, Translation, and Clinical Research in Neuromodulation, 10(4), e27).


Awick, E., Fanning, J., Aguinaga, S., Daugherty, A., Kramer, A.F., & McAuley, E. (2017). Physical Activity, Distress and Quality of Life in Older Adults: A Panel Model. Program of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, March, San Diego, CA.


Ehlers, D.K., Fanning, J., Awick, E.A., Aguiñaga, S., Cosman, J.D., Severson, J., Kramer, A.F., & McAuley, E. (2017). Replacing sedentary time with physical activity: Effects on cancer-related cognitive impairment. Program of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, March, San Diego, CA.

Ehlers, D.K., Fanning, J., Awick, E.A., Daugherty, A.M., Burzynska, A., Chaddock-Heyman, L., Kramer, A.F., & McAuley, E. (2017). Reductions in loneliness through exercise training in older adults: Psychosocial and neural determinants. Program of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, March, San Diego, CA.


Bullard, T., Rebar, A., Cohen, J., Palac, D., Wichman, A. L., Kramer, A. F., McAuley, E., & Mullen, S. P. (2017). Exercise-related attitudinal changes after 20 hours of cognitive training. Program of the Annual Meeting for the Society for Behavioral Medicine. March, San Diego, CA.


Cohen, J. D., Bullard, T., Palac, D., Kramer, A. F., McAuley, E., & Mullen, S. P. (2017). Revised model for predicting attrition from exercise. Program of the Annual Meeting for the Society of Behavioral Medicine. March, San Diego, CA.


Cohen, J., Trinh, L., Kramer, A. F., McAuley, E., & Mullen, S. P. (2017). Prior cancer diagnosis associated with lower adherence and physical activity in an RCT involving cognitive training designed to increase exercise adherence. Program of the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Preventive Oncology, March, Seattle, Washington.


Hussey, E.K., Hsu, N.S., Ward, N., Kramer, A.F. & Christianson, K. (2106). High definition brain stimulation influences comprehension and production abilities in the same individuals. Program of the 57th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Boston, Massachusetts.


Cunningham, E., Ward, N., Hussey, E.K., Paul, E.J. & Kramer, A.F. (2016). Fistinct neural resources support multitasking subprocesses.  Program of the 57th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Boston, Massachusetts.


Kranz, M.B., Hussey, E.K., Baniqued, P.L., Cunningham, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2016). Predicting cognitive training performance: A syayistical learning approach. Program of the 57th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Boston, Massachusetts.


Walk, A., Raine, L., Moulton, C., Kuchan, M., Cohen, N., Kramer, A.F., Hammond, B., Renzi-Hammond, L., Hillman, C. & Khan, N. (2016). Macular Carotenoids are positively related to academic achievement in pre-adolescent children. 35(1), S255-S256.


Jonasson, L.S., Riklund, K., Kramer, A.F., Nyberg, L. &Boraxbekk, C.J.  (2016). Dopamine D2 receptors are related to physical fitness and exercise: Evidence from an exercise intervention on older adults. Program of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, November, San Diego, California.

Baniqued, P.L., Gallen, C.L., Voss, M.W., Cooke, G.E., Burzynska, A.Z., Duffy, K., Fanning, J., Ehlers, D., Awick, E., McAuley, E., Kramer, A,F. & D’Esposito, M. (2016). Brain network predictors of training-related gains in older adults after exercise intervention. Program of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, November, San Diego, California.


Schwarb, H., Johnson, C.L., Daugherty, A.M., Hillman, C.R., Kramer, A.F., Cohen, N.J. & Barbey, A.K. (2016). Hippocampal viscoelasticity mediates the benefits of aerobic fitness on memory in healthy young adults. Program of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, November, San Diego, California.


Greenlee, T.A., Greene, D.R., Ward, N.J., Reeser, G.E., Allen, C.M., Baumgartner, N.W., Cohen, N.J., Kramer, A.F., Barbey, A.K. & Hillman, C.H. (2016). Effectiveness of A 16-week High-Intensity Cardio-Resistance Training (HICRT) Program in Adults. Proceedings of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Annual meeting, May, Boston, MA.


Walk, A.M., Raine, L.B., Kramer, A.F., Hillman, C.H. & Khan, N.A. (2016).  High-Fit Children Exhibit Greater Resilience to the Transient Effects of Sucralose on Cognitive Control. Medicine and science in sports and exercise, 48 (5 Supplement 1). doi: 10.1249/01.mss.0000488162.14028.d6.


Ehlers, D.K., Cosman, J.D., Gibbons, T., Severson, J., Kramer, A.F., & McAuley E. (2016). Does regular physical activity predict cognitive function in breast cancer survivors? Proceedings of the International Cognition and Cancer Taskforce Biennial Meeting, March, Amsterdam, Netherlands.


Covello, A.R., Baumgartner, N.W., Curran, M.R., Resser, G.E., Cohen, N.J., Kramer, A.F., Hillman, C.H., Barbey, A.K. & Khan, N.A. (2016). The sexual dimorphic relationship between dietarty fiber intake and visceral adipose tissue. The FASEB Journal, 30, Supplement 1, ib228-ib228.


Raine, L., Cohen, N., Kramer, A.F., Hillman, C. & Khan, N. (2016). From visceral fat to brain function: The selectively negative influence of central adiposity on neuroelectric indices in preadolescent children. The FASEB Journal, 30 (Supplement 1), 679.1-679.1.


Raine, L., Cohen, N., Kramer, A.F., Hillman, C. & Khan, N. (2016). Carbohydrates differentially influence children’s efficiency during cognitive control tasks. The FASEB Journal, 30 (Supplement 1), 679.2-679.2.


Mullen, S. P., Cohen, J. D., Bullard, T., Woods, J., Wilund, K., Schroyer, R., Angadi, S. S., Buman, M., & Wong, B. (2016). Effects of exercise combined with thermal therapy on blood pressure and psychosocial outcomes: A pilot RCT. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting for the Society for Behavioral Medicine. March, Washington, DC.


Hua, A. K., Bullard, T., Cohen, J., Palac, D., McAuley, E., Kramer, A. F., & Mullen, S. P. (2016). A novel cognitive training intervention reduced back pain in middle-aged adults. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting for the Society for Behavioral Medicine. March, Washington, DC.


Palac, D., Cohen, J. D., Hua, A. L., Bullard, T., Kramer, A. F., McAuley, E., & Mullen, S. P. (2016). Short and long-term effects of multi-modal cognitive training on processing speed. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting for the Society for Behavioral Medicine. March, Washington, DC.


Bullard, T., Cohen, J. C., Palac, D., Hua, A. K., Kramer, A. F., McAuley, E., & Mullen, S. P. (2016). Inter-individual differences in self-regulation of exercise: a latent profile analysis. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting for the Society for Behavioral Medicine. March, Washington, DC.


Nagmatsu, L., Medeiros-Ward, N., Kranz, M., Baniqued, P., Ang, C.W., Johnson, K. & Kramer, A.F. (2015). Cognitive training improves mobility in healthy older adults. Program of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, March, San Francisco, California.


Lucas, H.D., Watson, P.D., Monti, J.M., McAuley, E., Kramer, A.F., & Cohen, N.J. (2015). Subjective memory complaints in older adults are associated with relational memory errors in spatial reconstruction. Program of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, March, San Francisco, California.


Burzynska, A., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2015).. Role of cardiovascular fitness and physical activity in age-related cortical atrophy. Program of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, March, San Francisco, California.


Weng, T.B., Wong, C.N., Burzynska, A., Chaddock-Heyman, L., Coole, G., Monti, J., McAuley, E., Kramer, A.F. & Voss, M.V. (2015). Age-related de-differentiation of functional brain networks at rest is associated with the instability of executive function. Program of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, March, San Francisco, California.


Banducci, S., Burzynska, A., Crowell, J., Kaczmarski, H., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2015). Linking virtual street crossing performance to spatial working memory and cortical thickness in a healthy aging population. Program of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, March, San Francisco, California.


Clark, R., Chaddock-Heyman, L., Hillman, C.H., Kramer, A.F. & Voss, M.W. (2015). Differential relationships of fitness, executive function and brain function in male and female preadolescents. Program of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, March, San Francisco, California.


Duffy, K. & Kramer, A.F. (2015). Physical activity, motivation, and memory in healthy aging adults. Program of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, March, San Francisco, California.


Loschky, L., Ringer, R.C., Throneburg, Z.W., Kramer, A.F. & Johnson, A.P. (2015).  The useful field of view in real-world scene viewing: Tunnel vision versus general interference. 18th European Conference on Eye Movements. August, University of Vienna, Austria.

Ehlers, D.K., Banducci, S., Kramer, A.F., McAuley, E. (2015). Can increased mobility predict complex task performance in older adults? Society of Behavioral Medicine, April, San Antonio, Texas.


Mackenzie, M.J., Zunigam K.E., Raine, L.B., Awick, E.A., Hillman, C., Kramer, A,F. & McAuley, E. (2015). Cardiorespiratory fitness, physical activity, and working memory in breast cancer survivors. Society of Behavioral Medicine, Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 49 (Supplement), S174. April, San Antonio, Texas.


Cohen, J. D., Palac, D., Bullard, T., Hua, A. K., Schroyer, R., Wong, B., Wilund, K., Woods, J., Kramer, A. F., & Mullen, S. P. (2015). Chronic cognitive effects of sauna following aerobic exercise on processing speed. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting for the Society for Behavioral Medicine. Washington, DC.


J.R. Nocera, D.G. Hire, D.R. Cook, K. McGregor, J. Katula, S.R. Rapp, K.M. Sink, J. Jennings R.A. Fielding K. Reid, A. Kramer, J. Verghese, A.C. King, T.M. Manini, T.W. Buford, S. Anton, N. Nadkarni, M.A. Espeland & M. Pahor (2014).  Greater intensity and time of non-sedentary activity is associated with higher cognitive performance in sedentary older adults. Society for Neuroscience- Annual Meeting. November, Washington D.C.


Johnson, A., Neider, M., Kramer, A.F. Loschky, L. (2014). Blur detection is unaffected by cognitive load, but eye movements and scene recognition are. Proceedings of the 14th Annual Meeting of the Visual Sciences Society, May, St. Pete Beach, Florida.


He, J., Ang, C.W.,  Miller, A.J.,  Maddali, V., Gaspar, J., Carbonari, R., Kaczmarski, H., Kramer, A.F. & Mathewson, K. (2014). Keep your mind on the road: Predicting mind-wandering while driving using classification of pre-probe oscillatory brain activity and driving performance. Proceedings of the 14th Annual Meeting of the Visual Sciences Society, May, St. Pete Beach, Florida.


Street, W., Gaspar, J., Windsor, M., Carbonari, R., Kaczmarski, H., Kramer, A.F. & Mathewson, K. (2014). Amelioration of the distracting effect of cellphone driving. Proceedings of the 14th Annual Meeting of the Visual Sciences Society, May, St. Pete Beach, Florida.

Ringer, R. V., Johnson, A. P., Gaspar, J. G., Neider, M. B., Crowell, J., Kramer, A. F., & Loschky, L. C. (2014). Creating a new dynamic measure of the useful field of view using gaze-contingent displays. Proceedings of the Symposium on Eye Tracking Research and Applications (pp. 59-66): ACM.


Lynch, B.T., Verstynen, T.T., Weinstein, A.M., Khan, N.A., Raine, L.A., Scudder, M.R., Drollette, E.S. Kramer, A.F., Hillman, C.H. & Erickson, K.I. (2014). Dissociable effects of fat mass and non-fat mass on neuromorphology in children. 72nd Annual Meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society. Psychosomatic Medicine, 76(3), A86.


Gothe, N.P., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2014). The effects of an 8 week Hatha Yoga intervention on executive function in older adults. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 47. Supplement 1. S179.


Zuniga, K., Mackenzie, M., Kramer, A.F., & McAuley, E. (2014). Subjective memory impairment and well being in community dwelling older adults. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 47. Supplement 1. S37.


Watson, P., Schwarb, H., Shander, C., Monti, J., Kramer, A,F., & Cohen, N. (2014). Spatial integrity influences rule-driven, but not relational memory in older adults. Program of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, April, Boston, MA.


Schwarb, H., Watson, P., Shander, C., Monto, J., Cooke, G., Kramer, A.F. & Cohen, N. (2014). Hippocampal integrity influences relational, but not rule-driven memory in older adults. Program of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, April, Boston, MA.


Cooke, G., Monti, J., Wong, C., Cohen, N. & Kramer, A.F. (2014). The role of sleep on next day cognition. Program of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, April, Boston, MA.


Nikolaidis, A., Reggente, N., Goatz, D., Hurley, K., Westphal, A., & Kramer, A.F. (2014). Predicting individual differences in cognitive gains from videogame training using machine learning analysis of fMRI functional connectivity patterns. Program of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, April, Boston, MA.


Raine, L., Saliba, B., Schuder, M., Kramer, A.F., & Hillman, C. (2014). Cardiorespiratory fitness and context processing in preadolescent children. Program of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, April, Boston, MA.


Burzynska, A. Wong, C., Voss, M., Chaddock-Heyman, L., Knecht, A., Cooke, G., Olson, E., Gothe, N., Lewis, A., Wojcicki, T., Fanning, J., Chung, H., Awick, E., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2014). Cardiorespiratory fitness and physical activity are associated with higher bold signal variability.  Program of the Cognitive Aging Conference, April, Atlanta, GA.


Weng, T., Wong, C., Burzynska, A., Chaddock-Heyman, L., Cooke, G., Monti, J.,  McAuley, E., Kramer, A.F. & Voss, M. (2014). Age-related differences in executive function are associated with differentiation of functional brain networks at rest. Program of the Cognitive Aging Conference, April, Atlanta, GA.


Oberlin, L., Voss, M., Prakash, R., Szabo, A., Wojcicki, T., Marton, S., Pence, B., Phillips, S., Mailey, E., Woods, J., McAuley, E., Kramer, A.F., & Erickson, K. (2014). Interleukin-6 mediates the association between aerobic fitness and executive function in an older adult population.   Program of the Cognitive Aging Conference, April, Atlanta, GA.


Wong, C., Burzynska, A., Chaddock-Heyman, L., Voss, M., Basak, C., Erickson, K., Prakash, R., Szabo, A., Phillips, S., Wojcicki, T., Mailey, E., McAuley, E., & Kramer, A.F. (2014). Aerobic fitness promotes differences in brain function relevant to cognitive performance in older adults. Program of the Cognitive Aging Conference, April, Atlanta, GA.


Cooke, G., Monti, J., Cohen, N. & Kramer, A.F. (2014). The role of sleep on next day relational memory performance. Program of the Cognitive Aging Conference, April, Atlanta, GA.

Belfi, AM, Voss MW, Mani M, Wong CN, Cooke G, Sutterer M, Clark R, Tranel D, McAuley E, & Kramer AF. (2013). Age-related laterality and sub-system differences in the intrinsic functional connectivity of the default mode network, Program of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, April, San Francisco, CA.


Sutterer MJ, Voss MW, Mani M, Wong CN, Cooke G, Belfi A, Weng T, Tranel D, McAuley E, & Kramer AF. (2013). “Age-related differences in anterior cingulate-insula connectivity are associated with the fronto-executive but not emotional saliency network”, Program of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Conference, April, San Francisco, CA.


Burzynska AZ, Chaddock-Heyman L, Wong CN, Voss MW, Olson E, Gothe N, Lewis A, Wojcicki T, Fanning J, Chung HD, Awick E, McAuley E, & Kramer AF. (2013).Positive effects of physical exercise and aerobic activity on white matter in old age”, Program of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping Conference, June, Seattle, WA.


Burzynska AZ, Chaddock-Heyman L, Wong CN, Voss MW, Olson E, Gothe N, Lewis A, Wojcicki T, Fanning J, Chung HD, Awick E, McAuley E, & Kramer AF. (2013).Positive effects of physical exercise and aerobic activity on white matter in old age”, Program of the Brain Plasticity and Neurorehabilitation Conference, March, Toronto, CA.


Yamani, Y., McCarley, J.S.& Kramer, A.F. (2012). Age-related increases in workload capacity across the attentional visual field. Program of the 2012 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Voss, M., Wong, C., Baniqued, P., Burdette, J., Erickson, K., Prakash, R., McAuley, E. , Laurienti, P. & Kramer, A.F. (2012). Brain and cognitive aging: A network science perspective. Program of the 2012 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Basak, C., Kim, J., Voss, M., Prakash, R., Erickson, K., Szabo, A., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2012), Determining a casual relationship between fitness and cognition in late adulthood. Program of the 2012 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.

Gasper, J., Neider, M. & Kramer, A.F. (2012). Falls risk and older driver performance. Program of the 2012 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Baniqued, P., Lee, H., Cosman, J., Mullen, S., McAuley, E., Severson, J. & Kramer, A.F. (2012). CrossFit: Forging mental and physical fitness for optimal cognitive function across the lifespan. Program of the 2012 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Lee, H., Baniqued, P., Cosman, J., Severson, J. & Kramer, A.F. (2012). Video game play and healthy cognitive function across the lifespan. Program of the 2012 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Alvarez, T., Turney, I., Leckie, R., Voss, M., Prakash, R., Chaddock, L., Szabo, A., Mailey, E., Kramer, A.F. & Erickson, K.I. (2012). Aerobic fitness moderates and age-related decline in BDNF. Program of the 2012 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Chaddock, L., Erickson, K., Prakash, R., Voss, M.,  vanPatter, M., Pontifex, M., Hillman, C. & Kramer, A.F. (2012). A functional fMRI investigation of the association between childhood aerobic fitness and neurocognitive control. Cognitive Neuroscience Society 2012 Annual Meeting program. Chicago, Illinois.


Wong CN, Voss MW, Chaddock L, Baniqued PL, Cooke G, Monti JM, Szabo AN, Wójcicki TR, Gothe NP, Olson EA, Fanning J, McAuley E, & Kramer AF. (2012). “Cognitive control related brain function is altered by aerobic fitness level in older adults”, Society for Neuroscience Conference, October, New Orleans, LA.


Monti JM, Voss MV, Wong CN, Szabo AN, Cooke G, Chaddock L, Baniqued PL, Wójcicki TR, Gothe NP, Olson EA, Fanning J, McAuley E, Cohen NJ, & Kramer AF. (2012). "Physical activity and aerobic fitness are associated with greater relational memory and hippocampal function in older adults", Society for Neuroscience Conference, October, New Orleans, LA.


Uc, E., Magnotta, V., Doerschug, K., Mehta, S., Thomsen, T., Kline, J., Rizzo, M., Grabowski, T., Bruss, J., Newman, S., Nicol, J., Anderson, S., Dawson, J., Kramer, A. & Darling, W. (2012). Aerobic fitness, cognition, and brain networks in Parkinson’s disease. Proceedings of the 64th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology, New Orleans, Louisana.

Chaddock, L., Neider, M., Lutz, A., Hillman, C. & Kramer, A.F. (2011). Childhood aerobic fitness and successful street crossing. Program of American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Conference on Physical activity, cognitive function, and academic achievement: Moving students to better performance. Washington, DC.


Wong, C., Voss, M., Basak, C., Prakasg, R., Erickson, K., Chaddock, L., Kim, J., White, S., Wojcicki, T., Mailey, E., Gothe, N., Olson, E., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2011). A profile of brain activation as a function of fitness in the dual-task. Program of the Annual Meeting of the Neuroscience Society. Washington, D.C.


Lee, H., Prakash, R., Voss, M., Kramer, A,F. (2011). Functional activation changes in complex motor control training: Influence of strategy and gender. Cognitive Neuroscience Society 2011 Annual Meeting program. San Francisco, California.


Mourany, L., Prakash, R., Lee, H., Voss, M., Erickson, K., Boot., W., Basak, C., Neider, M., Simons, D., Fabiana, M., Gratton, G.,  Kramer, A.F. (2011). Video game training and cortical recruitment of the attentional and default mode networks. Cognitive Neuroscience Society 2011 Annual Meeting program. San Francisco, California.


Parks, N. & Kramer, N. (2011). ERP correlates of overt and covert orienting. Cognitive Neuroscience Society 2011 Annual Meeting program. San Francisco, California.


Snider, D., Kramer, A.F., & Prakash, R. (2011). Mindfullness disposition is associated with increased cortical thickness in older adults. Cognitive Neuroscience Society 2011 Annual Meeting program. San Francisco, California.

Lee, H., Vecera, S.,  Mozer, M. & Kramer, A.F. (2010). Priming of object-based attentional control. Program of the 50th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, St Louis, Missouri.

Barnes, D.E., Poelke, G., Santos-Modesitt, W., Kramer, A.F., Castro, C. & Yaffe, K. (2010). The mental activity and exercise (Max) trial: A randomized controlled trial to enhance cognitive function in older adults with cognitive complaints. Program of the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease 2010. Honolulu, Hawaii.


Wang, Y., Moon, J.M., Fu, W.T., Boot, W., Erickson, K. & Kramer, A.F. (2010). Effects of Varied Priority Training on Complex Perceptual-Motor Learning. CogSci 2010: 32nd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Oregon.


Chaddock, L., Erickson, K., Prakash, R., Kim, J., Voss, M., VanPatter, M., Pontifex, M., Konkel, A., Hillman, C., Cohen, N. & Kramer, A. (2010). A neuroimaging investigation of the association between aerobic fitness, hippocampal volume and memory performance in preadolescent children. Program of the 2010 Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. Montreal, Canada.


Voss, M., Prakash, R., Erickson, K., Boot, W., Basak, C., Neider, M., Fabiani, M., Gratton, G., & Kramer, A.F. (2010). Training induced plasticity in large scale brain networks from the acquisition of skilled Space Fortress performance. Program of the 2010 Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. Montreal, Canada.


Prakash, R., Erickson, K. & Kramer, A.F. (2010). Investigating effects of parametric manipulation and white matter integrity on age-related neural differences. Program of the 2010 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Voss, M., Erickson, K.I., Basak, C., White, S., Wojiciki, T., Klamm, E., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2010). Plasticity of brain networks in a randomized intervention trial of exercise training in older adults. Program of the 2010 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Kim, J., Basak, C., Clarke, E., Erickson, K.I., Prakash, R., Voss, M., Fryxell, K., Parasuraman, R., Greenwood, P. & Kramer, A.F. (2010). The effect of DBH genotype on executive control in healthy older adults. Program of the 2010 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Basak, C. & Kramer, A.F. (2010). Contributions of working memory capacity in age-related differences in focus switching. Program of the 2010 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Basak, C., Boot, W.R., Neider, M., Simons, D.J., Fabiani, M., Gratton, G. & Kramer, A.F. (2009). Prioritizing subcomponents of the Space Fortress game enhances learning and engenders transfer. Program of the 50th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Boston, MA.


Vo, L.T.K., Walther, D.B., Wang, Y.M., Erickson, K.I., Boot, W.R., Voss, M.W., Prakash, R.S., Kramer, A.F. (2009). Predicting training success from pre-training brain activity. Program of the 15th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (NeuroImage, 47(1) supplement). San Francisco, California.

Voss, M.W., Prakash, R.S., Erickson, K.I., Malkowski, E., Alves, H., Kim, J.S., Morris, K.S., White, S.M., Wojcicki, T.R., Hu, L., Szabo, A., Klam, E., McAuley, A. & Kramer, A. (2009). Exercise effects on functional brain connectivity and cognition in elderly adults. Program of the 15th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (NeuroImage, 47(1) supplement). San Francisco, California.

Prakash, R., Snook, E., Motl, R. & Kramer, A.F. (2009). Physical activity and cognitive functioning in multiple sclerosis: The subjective connection. Program of the 23rd Annual Meeting of Multiple Sclerosis Centers. Atlanta, Georgia.

Prakash, R., Snook, E., Motl, R. & Kramer, A.F. (2009). Cardiorespiratory fitness is inversely associated with brain atrophy in multiple sclerosis. Program of the 23rd Annual Meeting of Multiple Sclerosis Centers. Atlanta, Georgia.

Basak, C., Boot, W.R. & Kramer, A.F. (2008). On the relationship between working memory and attentional disengagement. Program of the 49th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Chicago, Illinois.


Basak, C. & Kramer, A.F. (2008). Contribution of working memory capacity in age-related differences in focusing switching. Program of the 49th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Chicago, Illinois.

Becic, E., McCarley, J.S., Mounts, J.R.W. & Kramer, A.F. (2008). Age-related changes in visual-spatial attention: Independent effects of localized interference and retinal eccentricity. Proceedings of the 2008 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Boot, W.R., Neider, M.B. & Kramer, A.F. (2008). Training younger and older adults to find camouflaged targets. Proceedings of the 2008 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Basak, C., Alvarado, M., Erickson, K., Voss, M., Prakash, R., Chaddock, L., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2008). Fitness, multi-tasking and your brain? Proceedings of the 2008 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Prakash, R.S., Voss, M.W., Erickson, K.I., Lewis, J.M. & Kramer, A.F. (2008). Cardiorespiratory fitness predicts top-down modulation in older adults. Proceedings of the 2008 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Voss, M.W., Erickson, K.I., Chaddock, L., Prakash, R.S. & Kramer, A.F. (2008). Age-related neural dedifferentiation and functional connectivity. Proceedings of the 2008 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Chu, H., McCarley, J.S. & Kramer, A.F. (2008). Image salience and attentional scanning in real-world scenes: A comparison of older and younger adults. Proceedings of the 2008 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.

Becic, E., Kubose, T., Bock, K., Dell, G., Garnsey, S. & Kramer, A.F. (2008). Age-related effects of conversation with a passenger or a caller on driving performance. Proceedings of the 2008 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.

Voss, M.W., Erickson, K.I., McAuley, E. & Kramer, A.F. (2008). Functional connectivity and the aging brain. Proceedings of the 2008 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.

Uc, E., Doerchuug, K., Mehta, S., Dawson, J., Rizzo, M., Erickson, K., Darling, W., Anderson, S., Rodnitzky, R., Kline, J., Kramer, A. & Grabowski, T. (2008). Cardiovascular fitness and cognition in mild-moderate Parkinson’s disease. Program of the American Academy of Neurology Annual Meeting.

Erickson, K.I. & Kramer, A.F. (2007). Aging and training induced plasticity. Program of the Conference on Aging and Speech Communication, Bloomington, Indiana.


Gordon, B.A., Rykhlevskaia, Brumback-Peltz, C., McAuley, E., Kramer, A., Colcombe, S., Gratton, G., & Fabiani, M. (2007). The effects of physical fitness and years of education on brain anatomy. Program of the Conference on Aging and Speech Communication, Bloomington, Indiana.

Endo, N., Boot, W., Lleras, A. & Kramer, A.F. (2007). Interactions between spatial context learning and learning strategy. Program of the 48th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Long Beach, California.

Godijn, R. & Kramer, A.F. (2007). The STOP signal than makes the eyes GO: Evidence for an exogenous effect on countermanding saccades. Program of the 48th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Long Beach, California.

Basak, C., Voss, M.W., Boot, W., Erickson, K.I. & Kramer, A.F. (2007). Can older adults benefit from videogame training?: Relationship among cognition, game performance and brain structure. Proceedings of the 20th Anniversary Cognitive Aging Conference. Adelaide, Australia.


Wheatley, D., Scialfa, C., Boot, W. & Kramer, A. (2007). Age differences in attentional capture with two concurrent tasks. Proceedings of the 20th Anniversary Cognitive Aging Conference. Adelaide, Australia.


Alvardo, M., Erickson, K.I., Kim, J.SD., Voss, M.W., Colcombe, S. & Kramer, A. (2007). Higher physical fitness levels are associated with greater cortical activation in a dual-task paradigm. Proceedings of the 20th Anniversary Cognitive Aging Conference. Adelaide, Australia.


Erickson, K., Kim, J., Suever, B. & Kramer, A. (2007). COMT val158met polymorphism is associated with working memory and executive function in community dwelling older adults. Proceedings of the 20th Anniversary Cognitive Aging Conference. Adelaide, Australia.


Erickson, K., Suever, B., Prakash, R., Colcombe, S. & Kramer, A. (2007). Greater intake of vitamins B6 and B12 spares gray matter in healthy elderly: A voxel-based morphometry study. Proceedings of the 20th Anniversary Cognitive Aging Conference. Adelaide, Australia.

Erickson, K., Malkowski, E., Voss, M., Colcombe, S., & Kramer, A. (2007). Physical fitness alters the locus of activity in the right prefrontal cortex of older adults during the encoding of non-famous faces. Proceedings of the 20th Anniversary Cognitive Aging Conference. Adelaide, Australia.


Becic, E., Kubose, T., Kramer, A.F., Dell, G.S., Garnsey, S.M. & Bock, K. (2007). Aging and the effects of a passenger or a caller on simulated driving performance. Proceedings of the 4th International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driver Assessment, Training, and Vehicle Design. July 9-12, Stevenson, Washington.


Boot, W., Neider, M. & Kramer, A.F. (2007). Training and transfer in search for camouflaged real-world targets. Proceedings of the 7th Annual Meeting of the Visual Sciences Society, May, Sarasota, Florida.

Torralbo, A., Beck, D. & Kramer, A.F. (2007). Perceptual-load induced selection as a result of neural competition in early visual cortex. Proceedings of the 7th Annual Meeting of the Visual Sciences Society, May, Sarasota, Florida.

Torralbo, A., Scalf, P., Beck, D. & Kramer, A. (2007). Sensory and response competition: How these processes influence the filtering of irrelevant information. Proceedings of the 2007 Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, May, New York, New York.


Kennedy, K.M., Erickson, K.I., Rodrigue, K.M., Voss, M., Kramer, A.F. & Raz, N. (2007). Age-related differences in regional brain volumes: Manual volumetry vs. voxel-based morphmetry. Proccedings of the 2007 Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, May, New York, New York.

Prakash, R.S., Snook, E.M., Erickson, K.I., Colcombe, S.J., Voss, M.W., Motl, R.W. & Kramer, A.F. (2007). Altered patterns of cerebral activation during response inhibition in multiple sclerosis: An fMRI investigation. Proceedings of the 35th Annual Meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, February, Portland, Oregon.

Kennedy, K., Erickson, K.I., Rodrigue, K., Webb, M., Colcombe, S.J., Kramer, A.F. & Raz, N. (2006). Age-Related Differences in Regional Brain Volumes: A Manual Volumetric vs Voxel Based Morphometry Comparison. Proceedings of the 12th Annual Meeting of Human Brain Mapping. June. Florence, Italy.

Scalf, P., Alvarado, M., Colcombe, S.J., Kim, J., Erickson, K.I., Wadhwa, R. & Kramer, A.F. (2006). Double Take: Visual field asymmetries in the neural regions that support dividing attention between the visual fields. Proceedings of the 12th Annual Meeting of Human Brain Mapping. June. Florence, Italy.


Fabiani, M., Brumback, C.R., Gordon, B.A., Lee, Y., pearson, M.A., Maclin, E., Elavsky, S., Konopack, J., McAuley, E., Kramer, A.F. & Gratton, G. (2006). Neurovascular coupling in young and older adults with different cardiovascular fitness levels: A multimodal imaging study. Proceedings of the 12th Annual Meeting of Human Brain Mapping. June. Florence, Italy.


Mestre, J., Feil, A., Boot, W., and Kramer, A.F. (2006). Tracking eye-movements in students' judgments of realistic motion.  AAPT Announcer, 36, #2, 117.  Presented at the Summer Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers, Syracuse, NY, July 24-26, 2006.

Boot, W.R., Kramer, A.F., Fabiani, M., Gratton, G., Simons, D.S., Wan, X.I., Ambinber, M.S., Thomas, L.E., Colcombe, S.J., Agran, J., Low, K., & Lee, Y. (2006). The effects of video game playing on perceptual and cognitive abilities. Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, Sarasota, FL.

Scalf, P., Banich, M. & Kramer, A.F. (2006). Can’t see for looking: The potential difficulty target discrimination drives pseudo-extinction. Proceedings of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. San Franscisco, California.

Kramer, A.F., Colcombe, S.J., Erickson, K.I. & Paige, P. (2006). Fitness training and the brain: From molecules to minds. Proceedings of the 2006 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Basak, C., Kramer, A.F. & Verhaeghen, P. (2006).  Aging, focus switching, and working memory span: Exploring the role of pointer predictability. Proceedings of the 2006 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Nunes, A., Kramer, A.F. & Simons, D.J. (2006). Quantifying performance differences in the aging air traffic controller population. Proceedings of the 2006 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Bherer, L., Kramer, A.F., Peterson, M.S., Colcombe, S.J., Erickson, K. & Becic, E. (2006). Training effects on dual-task performance in older adults: Further evidence for cognitive plasticity in attentional control. Proceedings of the 2006 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Basak, C., Boot, W., Webb, M. & Kramer, A.F. (2006). Can cognitive training attenuate the effects of aging? Proceedings of the 2006 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Carlson, M.C., Colcombe, S.J., Kramer, A.F., Mielke, M. & Fried, L.P. (2006). Exploring effects of experience corps on neurocognitive function. Proceedings of the 2006 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Fabiani, M., Brumback, C.R., Pearson, M.A., Gordon, B.A., Lee, Y., Barre, M., O’Dell, J., Maclin, E., Elavsky, S., Konopack, J.F., McAuley, E., Webb, A., Kramer, A.F. & Gratton, G. (2006). Effects of age and cardiovascular fitness on anatomy and physiology of the brain: Relationship with cognition and implications for brain imaging. Proceedings of the 2006 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Scalf, P., Colcombe, S.J., McCarley, J.S., Erickson, K.I., Alvarado, M., Kim, J., Wadhwa, R. & Kramer, A.F. (2006). Age differences in the impact of functional field of view (FFOV) training on brain activation. Proceedings of the 2006 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Colcombe, S.J., Wadhwa, R., Erickson, K.I., Scalf, P., Kim, J., Alvarado, M. & Kramer, A.F. (2006). Old brains do not learn new tricks: Intact functional specificity in the aging prefrontal cortex. Proceedings of the 2006 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Erickson, K.I., Colcombe, S.J., Wadhwa, R., Bherer, L., Peterson, M.S., Scalf, P., Kim, J., Alvarado, M. & Kramer, A.F. (2006). Training induced plasticity in older adults: Effects of training on hemispheric asymmetry. Proceedings of the 2006 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Becic, E., Kramer, A.F. & Boot, W.R. (2006). Age-related differences in change detection performance in dynamic displays. Proceedings of the 2006 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Ross, B.H., Wang, R.F., Kramer, A.F., Simons, D.J. & Crowell, J.A. (2006). Action information from classification learning. Program of the 47th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Houston, Texas.


Basak, C., Boot, W.R., Webb, M. & Kramer, A.F. (2006). Aging and effects of videogame training on cognitive abilities. Program of the 47th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Houston, Texas.

Endo, N., Boot, W.R., Kramer, A.F., Lleras, A. & Kumada, T. (2006). Spatial context learning and switching strategy. Program of the 47th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Houston, Texas.


Wadhwa, R., Erickson, K.I., Colcombe, S.J., Kim, J.S. & Kramer, A.F. (2006). Age-related differences in the activiation of prefrontal cortex in response to modulation of levels of conflict. Proceedings of the 46th Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.


Wadhwa, R., Snook, E.M., Erickson, K.I., Colcombe, S.J., Webb, M.L., Motl, R.W. & Kramer, A.F. (2006). Cardiorespiratory fitness: A predictor of cortical plasticity in multiple sclerosis. Proceedings of the 46th Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Levinthal, B. R., Ambinder, M. S., Thomas, L. E., Gosney, J., Hsieh, B. B., Lipes, G., Wang, R. F., Crowell, J. A., Simons, D. J., Irwin, D. E., Kramer, A. F., & Lleras, A. (2005). The binding of features in visual short-term memory. Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, Sarasota, FL.


Thomas, L. E., Ambinder, M. S., Hsieh, B., Levinthal, B., Crowell, J., Irwin, D. E., Kramer, A. F., Lleras, A., Simons, D. J., Wang, R. F. (2005). Fruitful visual search: Inhibition of return in a virtual foraging task. Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, Sarasota, FL.

Scalf, P.E., Erickson, K.I., Colcombe, S.J., Kim, J.S., Alvardo, M., Wadhwa, R. & Kramer, A.F. (2005).

Training effects on the neural circuits that support visual attention and multiple task performance.  Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. Las Vegas, Nevada.


Fabiani, M., Gratton, G. & Kramer, A.F. (2005). The use of infrared brain imaging methods to monitor cognitive states. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. Las Vegas, Nevada.

Kubose, T.T., Bock, K., Dell, G.S., Garnsey, S.M., Kramer, A.F. & Mayhugh, J. (2005). The effects of speech production and speech comprehension on simulated driving performance. 3rd International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driving Assessment, Training, and Vehicle Design. Rockport, Maine.


Kramer, A.F., Cassavaugh, N.D., Horrey, W.J., Becic, E. & Mayhugh, J. (2005). Examination of the efficacy of proximity warning devices for young and older drivers. 3rd International Driving Symposium on Human Factors in Driving Assessment, Training, and Vehicle Design. Rockport, Maine.

Wadhwa, R., Colcombe, S., Erickson, K., Scalf, P., Kim, J., Alvarado, M. & Kramer, A. (2005). An fMRI investigation of inhibitory control in young and older adults. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping. Toronto, Canada.


Scalf, P., Colcombe, S., Erickson, K., Kim, J., Alvarado, M. & Kramer, A. (2005). Increased task demand results in decreased representation of task-relevant information: evidence for extension of the Perceptual Load Theory. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping. Toronto, Canada.


Erickson, K., Colcombe, S., Wadhwa, R., Bherer, L., Peterson, M., Scalf, P., Kim, J., Alvarado, M. & Kramer, A. (2005). The neural correlates of dual-task performance after minimizing effects of task-preparation. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping. Toronto, Canada.

Fabiani, M., Brumbeck, C., Pearson, M., Gordon, B., Lee, Y., Barre, M., O’Dell, J., Maclin, E., Elvansky, S., Konopack, J.F., McAuley, E., Kramer, A.F., Gratton, G. (2005). Neurovascular coupling in young and old adults assessed with neuronal (EROS) and hemodynamic (NIRS) optical imaging measures. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society: A Supplement of the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. N.Y.: N.Y.


Gratton, G., Maclin, E., Brumback, C., Gordon, B., Pearson, M., Lee, Y., Kramer, A., Colcombe, S., Elavsky, S., Konopack, J., McAuley, E. & Fabiani, M. (2005). Comparison of optical (NIRS and EROS) and fMRI measures in young and old adults varying in fitness levels. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society: A Supplement of the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. N.Y.: N.Y.


Erickson, K., Colcombe, S., Elvasky, S., McAuley, E., Korol, D., Scalf, P. & Kramer, A. (2005). Interactive effects of fitness and duration of hormone treatment on prefrontal cortex volume and executive function. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society: A Supplement of the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. N.Y.: N.Y.


Grison, S., Tipper S.P., & Kramer, A.F. (2005). Dissociations in inhibited representations in short and long term inhibition of return: Implications for Memory for Inhibition.  Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society: A Supplement of the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. N.Y.: N.Y.


Belopolosky, A., Kramer, A. & Theeuwes, J. (2005). Error processing of involuntary eye movements. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society: A Supplement of the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. N.Y.: N.Y.


Scalf, P., Colcombe, S., McCarley, J., Erickson, K., Kim, J., Alvarado, M., Wadhwa, R. & Kramer, A. (2005). Neural correlates of age differences in the functional field of view. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society: A Supplement of the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. N.Y.: N.Y.


Colcombe, S., Alvarado, M., Kramer, A., Erickson, K., Scalf, P., Kim, J. (2005). The temporal dynamics of contralateral recruitment during flanker task performance are moderated by practice and prefrontal white matter volume in aged adults: Evidence from fMRI and VBM. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society: A Supplement of the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. N.Y.: N.Y.


Colcombe, S., Wadwha, R., Kramer, A., McAuley, E., Scalf, P., Alvarado, M., Kim, J. (2005). Cardiovascular fitness training improves cortical recruitment and working memory in older adults: Evidence from a longitudinal fMRI study. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society: A Supplement of the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. N.Y.: N.Y.

Gomez-Pinilla, F., Fleshner, M., Kramer, A. & Russo-Neustadt, A. (2005). Run to save your brain: How exercise enhances cognitive function. Program of the 38th Annual Winter Conference on Brain Research. Breckenridge, Colorado.

Belopolosky, A.V., Godijn, R. & Kramer, A.F. (2004). Stimulus-driven attentional capture during visual search: Memory for attended information. Program of the 45th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Minneapolis, Minnesota.


Boot, W.R., Becic, E., Kramer, A.F., McCarley, J.S. & Petterson, M.S. (2004). Aging and memory for distractors in visual search. Program of the 45th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Minneapolis, Minnesota.


Colcombe, S., Kramer, A.F., McAuley, E., Erickson, K. & Scalf, P. (2004). Cardiovascular fitness training and changes in brain volume as measured by voxel-based morphometry. Proceedings of the 2004 Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Fabiani, M., Brumback, C., Gordon, B., Pearson, M., Lee, Y., Kramer, A.F., McAuley, E. & Gratton, G. (2004). Effects of cardiopulmonary fitness on neurovascular coupling in visual cortex in younger and older adults. Proceedings of the 2004 Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Colcombe, S.J., Kramer, A.F., Erickson, K.I., Scalf, P.E., Kim, J.S., Wadhwa, R. (2004). Aerobic fitness and improved neurocognitive function in older adults. Proceedings of the 10th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping. Budapest, Hungary.


Scalf, P.E., Kramer, A.F., Erickson, K.I., Colcombe, S.J., Wadhwa, R. & Kim, J.S. (2004). Neural correlates of attentional demand withing the useful field of view task. Proceedings of the 10th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping. Budapest, Hungary.

Belopolosky, A., Kramer, A.F. & Theeuwes, J. (2004). Bottom-up and top-down factors in prioritizing multiple luminance transients in visual search. Program of the 4th Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society. Sarasota, Florida.


McCarley, J.S., Mounts, J.R.W., Hartman, A. & Kramer, A.F. (2004). Attention-mediated capacity limits in visual form processing. Program of the 4th Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society. Sarasota, Florida.

Erickson, K., Milham, M., Colcombe, S., Kramer, A., Banich, M., Webb, A. & Cohen, N. (2004). Behavioral conflict, anterior congulate cortex, and experiment duration: Implications of diverging data. Proceedings of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, April, San Francisco, CA.


Scalf, P., Banich, M. & Kramer, A. (2004). Spatial shifting does not drive the divided visual field advantage for the attentional blink. Proceedings of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, April, San Francisco, CA..


Kramer, A.F., Cassavaugh, N., Mayhugh, J., Horrey, W.J., & Becic, E. (2004). Detecting and responding to critical events during automobile driving: Aging, expertise, and detection aids. Proceedings of the 2004 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.

Bherer, L., Kramer, A.F., Peterson, M.S., Colcombe, S., Erickson, K., McCarley, J.S., & Becic, E. (2004). Cognitive plasticity and aging: The effect of laboratory-based dual-task training on attentional control.  Proceedings of the 2004 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.

McCarley, J.S., Kramer, A.F., Wiegmann, D., & Wickens, C.D. (2004). Effects of age on utilization of an automated cognitive aid in luggage screening. Proceedings of the 2004 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.

Scalf, P., Colcombe, S.J., Kramer, A.F., & Erickson, K.I. (2004). Age-related patterns of cortical recruitment during response inhibition remain consistent across task and performance. Proceedings of the 2004 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.

Colcombe, S., Kramer, A.F., Erickson, K., & Scalf, P. (2004). Cardiovascular fitness, cortical plasticity, and aging. Proceedings of the 2004 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.

Erickson, K., Colcombe, S.J., Korol, D., Scalf, P., Cohen, N.J., Webb, A., & Kramer, A.F. (2004). Hormone replacement therapy spares brain tissue in postmenopausal women. Proceedings of the 2004 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.

Boot, W.R., Kramer, A.F., McCarley, J.S., Peterson, M.S., & Scialfa, C.T. (2004). Older adults display a larger memory span than younger adults in visual search. Proceedings of the 2004 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.

McCarley, J.S., Wiegmann, D.A., Wickens, C.D. & Kramer, A.F. (2003). Effects of age on utilization and perceived reliability of an automated decision making aid for luggage screening. Proceedings of the 47th Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Santa Monica: CA.


Belopolsky, A.V., Theeuwes, J. & Kramer, A.F. (2003). Prioritization by visual transients in search: Evidence against the visual marking account of the preview benefit. Program of the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society. Sarasota, Florida.


Peterson, M.S., Boot, W.R. & Kramer, A.F. (2003). Environmental cues modulate memory during visual search. Program of the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society. Sarasota, Florida.


McCarley, J.S., Kramer, A.F., Boot, W.R. & Colcombe, A.M. (2003). Automatic and intentional memory processes in saccade target selection. Program of the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society. Sarasota, Florida.


Erickson, K., Ringo, M.H., Colcombe, S., Kramer, A.F. (2003). A structural equation modeling analyses of attentional control: An event-related fMRI study. Program of the 10th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. N.Y.: N.Y.


Colcombe, S., Erickson, E., Cohen, N. Webb, A. & Kramer, A.F. (2003). Cardiovascular fitness: It’s moderating effects on age-related decline in human brain tissue. Program of the 10th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. N.Y.: N.Y.


Scalf, P., Banich, M., & Kramer, A.F. (2003). Interhemispheric interaction as a strategic choice: Evidence from the four item attentional blink paradigm. Program of the 10th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. N.Y.: N.Y.


Boot, W., Peterson, M.S., McCarley, J. & Kramer, A.F. (2003). The spatial dynamics of memory representations formed during visual search. Abstracts of the 11th Annual Workshop on Object Perception and Memory. Vancover, British Columbia.


Belopolsky, A., Kramer, A.F. & Theeuwes, J. (2003). Prioritization by transients in visual search: Bottom-up versus top-down control. Abstracts of the 11th Annual Workshop on Object Perception and Memory. Vancover, British Columbia.


Kramer, A.F., Peterson, M.S. & Folk, C.L. (2002). Contingent oculomotor capture. Program of the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Kansas City, Missouri.


McCarley, J.S., Kramer, A.F. & DiGirolamo, G.J. (2002). Does endogenous planning modulate effects of a spatial illusion on reflexive saccades? Program of the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Kansas City, Missouri.


Belopolsky, A., Peterson, M.S. & Kramer, A.F. (2002). Attentional mechanisms of visual marking: Ane event-related brain potential study. Abstracts of the 10th Annual Workshop on Object Perception and Memory. Kansas City, Missouri.


Boot, W., Kramer, A.F. & Peterson, M.S. (2002). Oculomotor consequences of onsets and offsets. Abstracts of the 10th Annual Workshop on Object Perception and Memory. Kansas City, Missouri.


Vais, M.J., McCarley, J., Vidoni, E., & Kramer, A.F. (2002). Effects of auditory stimulus intelligibility on concurrent scanning of driving scenes. Proceedings of the 46th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society. Baltimore, Maryland.


McCarley, J.S., Kramer, A.F., Wang, R.F., Scialfa, C.T., Colcombe, A., Peterson, M.S., & Irwin, D.E. (2002). How much memory does oculomotor visual search have? Twenty-Fifth European Conference on Visual Perception (Perception, vol. 31, pg 170). Glasgow, Scotland, August.


Colcombe, S., Kramer, A.F., Erickson, K., Belopolsky, A., Webb, A., Cohen, N., McAuley, E., & Wszalek, T. (2002) An fMRI examination of models of age-related decline in cognitive functioning. Proceedings of the 2002 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Peterson, M.S., Kramer, A.F., & Colcombe, A. (2002). Contextual guidance of attention in younger and older adults. Proceedings of the 2002 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Scialfa, C., McCarley,J., Kramer, A., Wang, F., & Colcombe, A. (2002). Memory for location during visual search is not age-sensitive. Proceedings of the 2002 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Bojko, A., Kramer, A.F., & Peterson, M.S. (2002). No age differences in switch costs in pro and antisaccade tasks. Proceedings of the 2002 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia


Peterson, MS. & Kramer, A.F. (2002). Covert shifts of attention precede involuntary eye movements. Proceedings of the Second Annual Meeting of the Vision Science Society. Sarasota, Florida: May.


Milham, M., Banich, M., Brown, C., Webb, A., Wszalek, T., Cohen, N. & Kramer, A.F. (2001). Dynamic properties of neural networks underlying Stroop task performance as assessed by fMRI: A follow-up. Society of Neuroscience Abstracts, 27.


DiGirolamo, G.J., McCarley, J.S. & Kramer, A.F. (2001). Endogenously and exogenously driven eye movements to illusory locations. Program of the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Orlando, Florida.


McCarley, J.S., Peterson, M.S. & Kramer, A.F. (2001). Visual search for multiple targets gives no evidence for amnesic covert attention. Program of the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Orlando, Florida.


Peterson, M.S., Belopolsky, A.V. & Kramer, A.F. (2001). Contingent visual marking. Program of the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Orlando, Florida.


Cassavaugh, N., Kramer, A.F. & Irwin, D.E. (2001). Age-related effects of multiple onsets in visual search. Abstracts of the 9th Annual Workshop on Object Perception and Memory. Orlando, Florida.


Belopolsky A.V., Kramer, A.F. & Peterson, M.S. (2001). Electrophysiological analysis of visual marking. Abstracts of the 9th Annual Workshop on Object Perception and Memory. Orlando, Florida.


McCarley, J.S., Kramer, A,F., Scialfa, C.T. & Colcombe, A. (2001). Attention priming in visual search: Age-based differences in feature priming. Program of the first annual meeting of the Vision Science Society, Sarasota, Florida.


McCarley, J.S., Vais, M., Pringle, H., Kramer, A,F., Irwin, D.E. & Strayer, D.L. (2001). Conversation disrupts visual scanning of traffic scenes. Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Vision in Vehicles, Brisbane, Australia.


Peterson, M.S. & Kramer, A.F. (2001). Contextual information and visual search. Proceedings of the 5th Annual FedLab Symposium on Advanced and Interactive Displays. College Park, Maryland.


McCarley, J.S., Kramer, A.F. & Peterson, M.S. (2001). Object-based control of overt attention. Proceedings of the 5th Annual FedLab Symposium on Advanced and Interactive Displays. College Park, Maryland.


Peterson, M.S. & Kramer, A.F. (2000). Guidance of the eyes by contextual cues and abrupt onsets.

Program of the 41th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, New Orleans, Louisiana


Peterson, M.S., McCarley, , J.S., Kramer, A.F., Irwin, D.E. & Wang, R.F. (2000). Visual search has memory. Program of the 41th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, New Orleans, Louisiana


Pringle, H.L., Kramer, A.F. & Irwin, D.E. (2000). The role of scene characteristics, memory and attentional breadth on scene representation. Program of the 41th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, New Orleans, Louisiana


McCarley, J.S., Peterson, M.S. & Kramer, A.F. (2000). Overt and covert object-based attention. Abstracts of the 8th Annual Workshop on Object Perception and Memory. New Orleans, Louisiana.


Pringle, H.L., Kramer, A.F. & Irwin, D.E. (2000). Factors involved in perceptual change detection. Proceedings of the 4th Annual FedLab Symposium on Advanced and Interactive Displays. College Park, Maryland.


Colcombe, A.M., Kramer, A.F., Irwin, D.E. & Hahn, S. (2000). Attentional and oculomotor capture by onset, luminance, and color singletons. Proceedings of the 4th Annual FedLab Symposium on Advanced and Interactive Displays. College Park, Maryland.


Peterson, M.S., Kramer, A.F., Irwin, D.E. & Hahn, S. (2000). Modulation of oculomotor capture by abrupt onsets during free viewing. Proceedings of the 4th Annual FedLab Symposium on Advanced and Interactive Displays. College Park, Maryland.


Rudmann, D.S., Kramer, A.F., Bargar, R., Brady, R. & McCarley, J. (2000). Cross-modal links in speech comprehension. Proceedings of the 4th Annual FedLab Symposium on Advanced and Interactive Displays. College Park, Maryland.


DiGirolamo, G. J., Kramer, A. F., Barad, V., Cepeda, N., Weissman, D. H., Milham, M., Wszalek, T. M., Cohen, N. J., Banich, M., Webb, A., & Belopolsky, A. (2000). General and Task Specific Frontal Lobe Recruitment in Older Adults During Executive Processes: An fMRI Investigation of Task-Switching. Proceedings of the 2000 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Atchley, P. & Kramer, A.F. (2000). Age-related effects in the marking of old objects in visual search. Proceedings of the 2000 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


DiGirolamo, G.J. & Kramer, A.F. (2000). Attentional orienting to novelty in younger and older adults. Proceedings of the 2000 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Cepeda, N. J., Gonzalez de Sather, J. C. M., & Kramer, A. F. (2000). Task switching across the lifespan. Proceedings of the 2000 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Pringle, H.L., Kramer, A.F. & Irwin, D.E. (2000). Eye movements, age, and the representation of complex real-world scenes. HICS 2000: The fifth annual conference on human-interaction with complex systems. Champaign, Illinois.


Banich, M.T. Milham, M.P., Atchley, R., Webb, A., Wszalek, T., Cohen,N., & Kramer, A. (2000). Multiple sources of interference in the Stroop Task revealed by fMRI. Cognitive Neuroscience Society Abstracts, 77.

Banich, M., Milham, M., Erickson, K., Wszalek, T., Webb, A., Kramer, A.,Cohen, N., Barad, V., & Atchley, R. (2000). Components of the neural network underlying the Stroop task in the elderly as assessed by fMRI. Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience meeting, November.


Milham, M., Banich, M., Brown, C., Wszalek, T., Webb, A., Cohen, N., Kramer, A., & Jacobson, B. (2000). Dynamic properties of neural network underlying Stroop task performance as assessed by fMRI. Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience meeting, November.


Compton, R.J., Banich, M.T., Milham, M.P., Heller, W., Miller,G.A., Scalf, P., Webb, A., Cohen, N.J., Wszalek, T., & Kramer, A. (2000). Paying Attention to Emotion: An fMRI Investigation. Cognitive

Neuroscience Society Abstracts, 54.


Atchley, P. , Kramer, A.F. & Hillstrom, A.P. (1999). Contingent capture for onsets and offsets: Attentional set for perceptual transients. Program of the 40th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Los Angeles, California.


Peterson, M.S., Kramer, A.F., Irwin, S. & Hahn, S. (1999). Oculomotor capture by sudden onsets during visual search. Program of the 40th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Los Angeles, California.


Kramer, A.F., Hahn, S. & Irwin, D.E. (1999). Oculomotor capture and aging. Program of the 40th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Los Angeles, California.


Pringle, H., Kramer, A.F., Irwin, D.E. & Atchley, P. (1999). Detecting changes in real-world scenes: The role of individual differences in visual attention in perceptual change detection. Proceedings of the 3rd Annual FedLab Symposium on Advanced and Interactive Displays. College Park, Maryland.


Kramer, A.F. & Weber, T. (1999). Applications of Psychophysiological techniques to Human Factors: Past, present and future. Proceedings of the 3rd Annual FedLab Symposium on Advanced and Interactive Displays. College Park, Maryland.


Atchley, P. & Kramer, A.F. (1999). The control of visual attention in depth remains intact with age. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science (ARVO) Abstract Book, 40 (4), S50.


Banich, M., Milham, M., Atchley, R., Cohen, N., Webb, A., Wszalek, T., Kramer, A., Liang, Z., Barad, V., Gullet, D., Shah, C. & Brown, C. (1999). fMRI activations due to attentional selection can be dependent upon the nauture of information to be ignored. Cognitive Neuroscience Annual Meeting (supplement to the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience). Washington, D.C., April.


Cohen, N., Ryan, J., Milham, M., Wszalek, T., Althoff, R., Banich, M., Webb, A., Kramer, A., Liang, Z. & Barad, V. (1999). fMRI activations in visual processing and memory regions for famous versus nonfamous faces. Cognitive Neuroscience Annual Meeting (supplement to the Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience). Washington, D.C., April.


Milham, M.P., Banich, M.T., Webb, A., Barad, V., Cohen, N.J., Wszalek, T., Kramer, A., Liang, Z.P., Gullett, D., Shah, C. & Browm, C. (1999). Activity of cingulate based attentional system in Stropp task is dependent upon response eligibility: A hybrid blocked/event-related fMRI design. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain (Neuroimage, 6, S751). Dusseldorf, Germany, June.


Banich, M.T., Milham, M.P., Atchley, R., Cohen, N.J., Webb, A., Wszalek, T., Kramer, A., Liang, Z.P., Barad, V., Gullett, D., Shan, C. & Brown, C. (1999). Dissociation of frontal and cingulate activity in attentional control. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Functional Mapping of the Human Brain (Neuroimage, 6, S743). Dusseldorf, Germany, June.


Banich, M., Milham, M., Webb, A., Wszalek, T., Brown, C., Gullett, C., Shah, C., Barad, V., Cohen, N., Kramer, A. & Liang, Z.P. (1999). Components of the neural network underlying the Stroop task as assessed by fMRI. Society of Neuroscience Abstracts, 25. Miami Beach, Florida.


Milham, M., Webb, A., Wszalek, T., Brown, C., Gullett, S., Shah, S., Barad, V., Cohen, N., Kramer, A. & Liang, Z.P. (1999). FMRI study using trained associations in a Stroop-like task verifies the generality of the neural substrates of selective attention. Society of Neuroscience Abstracts, 25. Miami Beach, Florida.


Atchley, P. & Kramer, A.F. (1998). Spatial and object-based attentional selection in 3D space. Program of the 39th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Dallas, Texas.


Weber, T., Karni, O. & Kramer, A.F. (1998). Tracking visual attention with SSVEPs. Psychophysiology, 35 (Supplement 1), S3-S4.


Cepeda, N.J., Cepeda, M.L. & Kramer, A.F. (1998). Deficits during non-predictable task switching in children with ADHD. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Anaheim, California.


Cepeda, N.J., Cepeda, M.L., Allen, M.A. & Kramer, A.F. (1998). Covert orienting in children with ADHD and matched controls. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Anaheim, California.


Banich, M., Milham, M., Atchley, R., Cohen, N., Webb, A., Wszalek, T., Kramer, A., Liang, Z., Shenker, J. & Magin, R. (1998). fMRI activation of cingulate regions by both spatial and color Stroop tasks. Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience, 28th Annual Meeting. Los Angeles, California.


Ryan, J., Cohen, N., Milham, M., Wszalek, T., Althoff, R., Banich, M., Webb, A., Wright, A., Kramer, A., Liang, Z. , Warren, S. & Magin, R. (1998). Effects of prior exposure to faces on the activity of the visual processing regions of the brain: An fMRI study. Abstracts of the Society for Neuroscience, 28th Annual Meeting. Los Angeles, California.


Kramer, A.F., Irwin, D.E., Hahn, S., Theeuwes, J., Glass, A.M., Minear, M. (1998). Oculomotor control and attention: Inhibiting eye movements to task irrelevant objects. Proceedings of the 1998 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Atchley, P., Kramer, A.F. & Colcombe, A.M. (1998). The allocation of attention remains depth-aware with age. Proceedings of the 1998 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Harrison, C.R., Kramer, A.F., Hahn, S., Bardell, L., Cohen, N., McAuley, E., Vakil, E. & Chason, J. (1998). Age-related decrements in a way-finding task are not accounted for by general slowing. Proceedings of the 1998 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Kramer, A.F., Hahn, S., Banich, M., Cohen, N., McAuley, E., Bardell, L., Harrison, C., Chason, J., Vakil, E., Prioux, H., Class, A.M., Minear, M. (1998). Influence of aerobic fitness on the neurocognitive function of sedentary older adults. Proceedings of the 1998 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Hahn, S., Kramer, A.F., deJong, R., Gopher, D., Minear, M. & Glass, A.M. (1998). Aging and executive control in task switching. Proceedings of the 1998 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Weber, T.A., Kramer, A.F., Minear, M. & Glass, A.M. (1998). Influence of aging on object-based attentional selection. Proceedings of the 1998 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Weber, T., Kramer, A.F. & Karni, O. (1998). Tracking visual attention with event-related brain potentials (pgs. 33-38). Proceedings of the 2nd Annual FedLab Symposium on Advanced and Interactive Displays. College Park, Maryland.


Kramer, A.F., Hahn, S., Irwin, D.E. & Theeuwes, J. (1998). Attentional capture and oculomotor control (pgs. 91-95). Proceedings of the 2nd Annual FedLab Symposium on Advanced and Interactive Displays. College Park, Maryland.


Atchley, P., Kramer, A.F. & Theeuwes, J. (1998). Attentional control within three-dimensional space (pgs. 101-106). Proceedings of the 2nd Annual FedLab Symposium on Advanced and Interactive Displays. College Park, Maryland.


Daum, J., Grenell, J., Wilkinson, P.R., Zmroczek, L.A., Bolt, E., Sawyer, B., Kramer, A.F., Weber, T.A. & Wickens, C.D. (1997). A simulation evaluation of VFR heliport operations in an obstacle-rich environment. In the Proceedings of the World Aviation Congress (American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics). Anaheim, CA. October.


Atchley, P., Kramer, A.F., & Theeuwes, J. (1997). Object-based attention in depth. Program of the 38th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


Theeuwes, J., Kramer, A.F., Hahn, S., Irwin, D.E. & Zelinsky, G.J. (1997). Influence of attentional capture on oculomotor control. Program of the 38th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.


Hahn, S., Kramer, A.F. & Gopher, D. (1997). Aging and executive control. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, 41st Annual Meeting. Albuquerque, New Mexico.


Atchley, P., Kramer, A.F. & Theeuwes, J. (1997). Attentional control in 3D space. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, 41st Annual Meeting. Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Theeuwes, J., Kramer, A.F., Hahn, S. & Waite, T. (1997). Effect of the appearance of a new object on oculomotor control. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science (ARVO) Abstract Book, 38 (4), S62.


Atchley, P. & Kramer, A.F. (1997). The search for depth in the spotlight of attention. Proceedings of the First Annual Symposium on Advanced and Interactive Displays. Army Research Laboratory, Aldelphi, Maryland.


Tang, H., Beebe, D.J. & Kramer, A.F. (1997). Comparison of tactile and visual feedback for a multi-state input mechanism. Proceedings of the 19th Annual Conference of the IEEE/EMB Society. October. Chicago, Illinois.


Cepeda, N.J., Cepeda, M.L., Allen, F.H. & Kramer, A.F. (1997). Task switching in children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. In M.E. Schwab-Stone (Ed.), Proceedings of the 44th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Washington, D.C.


Cepeda, N.J., Cepeda, M.L., Allen, F.H. & Kramer, A.F. (1997). Attentional performance of children and adults with sickle cell disease. Proceedings of the 22nd Annual National Sickle Cell Program. National Institutes of Health and Sickle Cell Disease Association of America. Washington, D.C.


Fox, J., Merwin, D., Marsh, R., McConkie, G. & Kramer, A. (1996). Information extraction during instrument flight: An evaluation of the validity of the eye-mind hypothesis. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, 40th Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA.


Humphrey, D. & Kramer, A.F. (1996). Judging objects and their parts: Age-related differences and commonalities. Proceedings of the 1996 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Chason, J. & Kramer, A.F. (1996). Object-based attentional selection and aging. Proceedings of the 1996 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Kramer, A.F., Larish, J. & Bardell, L. (1996). Training for attentional control. Proceedings of the 1996 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.


Kramer, A.F. & Watson, S. (1996). Perceptual representations and object-based attentional selection. Program of the 37th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, Chicago, Illinois.


Sawyer, B., Boltz, E., Zmroczek, L. (1996). Vertical flight in an obstacle rich environment. Proceedings of the World Aviation Conference.


Humphrey, D., Kramer, A.F. & Schneider, D. (1995). Visual search and the older adult: All is not lost. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, 39th Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA.


Martin-Emerson, R., & Kramer, A.F. (1995). Attentional capture by sudden onsets. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, 39th Annual Meeting. San Diego, CA.


Trejo, L. & Kramer, A. (1995). Event-related potentials, EEG, and mental workload estimation: Bridging the gap between the laboratory and the workplace. Psychophysiology, 32(1), S13.


Fox, J., Merwin, D., Marsh, R., Sohn, Y., Kramer, A., Wickens, C., & Lintern, G. (1995). Modeling pilot skill acquisition. Proceedings of the Bi-Annual Aviation Psychology Conference. Columbus, Ohio.


Tham, M.P. & Kramer, A.F. (1994). Attentional control and piloting expertise. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, 38th Annual Meeting. Nashville, TN.


Konrad, C., Kramer, A.F. & Watson, S. (1994). A comparison of sequential and spatial displays in a complex monitoring task. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, 38th Annual Meeting. Nashville, TN.


Kramer, A.F., Tham, M.P., Konrad, C., Wickens, C.D., Lintern, J., Marsh, R. & Fox, J. (1994). Instrument scan and pilot expertise. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, 38th Annual Meeting. Nashville, TN.


Humphrey, D. & Kramer, A.F. (1994). An examination of age-related differences in perceptual organization. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, 38th Annual Meeting. Nashville, TN.


Humphrey, D., Kramer, A.F., & Strayer, D.L. (1994). Negative priming and aging: The effects of pacing and number of distractors. Proceedings of the 1994 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, GA.


Watson, S. & Kramer, A.F. (1994). Division of attentional resources as a function of object and spatial relations. Proceedings of the 1994 Conference on Converging Operations in the Study of Visual Selective Attention. Champaign, Illinois.


Yeh, Y.Y., Hart, R. & Kramer, A.F. Selective attention by movement.Proceedings of the 1994 Conference on Converging Operations in the Study of Visual Selective Attention. Champaign, Illinois.


Martin-Emerson, R. & Kramer, A.F. (1994). Capture of attention by abrupt onset: A caveat. Proceedings of the 1994 Conference on Converging Operations in the Study of Visual Selective Attention. Champaign, Illinois.


Kramer, A.F. (1994). Inhibition and attention. Psychophysiology, 31, S5.


Weber, T., Kramer, A. & Miller, G. (1994). Object-based attention: An electrophysiological analysis. Psychophysiology, 31, S104.


Kramer, A.F. & Hahn, S. (1994). Distribution of attention in noncontiguous space. Program of the 35th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society. St Louis, MO.


Larish, J., Kramer, A.F., DeAntonna, J. & Strayer, D. (1993). Aging and dual-task training. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, 37th Annual Meeting. Seattle, Washington.


Todd, S. & Kramer, A. (1993). Attentional guidance in visual search. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, 37th Annual Meeting. Seattle, Washington.


Strayer, D. & Kramer, A.F. (1993). The role of strategies and automatic processing in skill development. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, 37th Annual Meeting. Seattle, Washington.


Cohen, N., Banich, M. Kramer, A., Morris, D., Lauterbur, P. Potter, C., Cao, Y. & Levin, D. (1993). Assessing test-retest reliability of functional MRI data. Program of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 12th Annual Meeting. New York, New York.


Potter, C., Banich M., Cohen, N., Kramer, A., Lauterbur, P. & Morris, D. (1993). NEUROVISION: A software tool for functional neuroimaging analysis. Program of the Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, Workshop on Functional MRI of the Brain. Arlington, VA.


Kramer, A.F., Brady, K., Tham, M., Larish, J. & Yeh, Y.Y. (1992). Segregation of moving and stationary items in visual search. Program of the 33th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Psychonomic Society, 34.


Humphrey, D., Kramer, A., Stanny, R. & Travis, K. (1992). Performance decrements during sustained operations: The role of practice and task structure. Proceedings of Psychology in the Department of Defense, 13th Symposium. USAF Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado.


Trejo, L., Kramer, A.F. & Humphrey, D. (1992). Differential workload sensitivity of early and late components of auditory probe ERPs. Psychophysiology, 29, S71.


Trejo, L., Ryan-Jones, D. & Kramer, A.F. (1992). Attentional modulation of pitch change mismatch negativity. Psychophysiology, 29, S71.


Kramer, A.F., Coyne, J.T. & Strayer, D. (1991). Cognition at the roof of North America. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, 35th Annual Meeting. San Francisco, California.


Humphrey, D., Travis, K., Stanny, R. & Kramer, A. (1991). Effects of fatigue on automatic and nonautomatic processes. Psychophysiology, 28, S30.


Sirevaag, E. & Kramer, A. (1991). Attentional tuning and discrimination difficulty. Psychophysiology, 28, S50.


Trejo, L., Lewis, G. & Kramer, A. (1991). ERP indices of human performance: Effects of stimulus relevance and type of information processing. Psychophysiology, 28, S58.


Grenell, J., Kramer, A., Sirevaag, E. & Wickens, C. (1991). Advanced workload assessment techniques for engineering flight simulation. Proceedings of the American Helicopter Society. Phoenix, AZ.


Kramer, A.F. & Strayer D.S. (1990). Strategic aspects of skilled performance. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, 34th Annual Meeting. Orlando, Florida.


Kramer, A.F. & Jacobson, A. (1990). A comparison of space-based and object-based models of visual attention. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, 34th Annual Meeting. Orlando, Florida.


Humphrey, D., Kramer, A.F. & Sirevaag, E. (1990). Towards real-time measurement of mental workload. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, 34th Annual Meeting. Orlando, Florida.


Kramer, A.F. & Sirevaag, E. (1990). Applications of psychophysiological techniques to Human Factors. Psychophysiology, 27, 12.


Mecklinger, A., Kramer, A.F., Strayer, D.L. (1990). Memory search processes: An analysis of event-related brain potentials and EEG components. Psychophysiology, 27, 51.


Kramer, A.F. & Wickens, C.D. (1990). Human-computer interaction research at the University of Illinois. In J. Chew & J. Whiteside (Eds.), Human Factors in Computing Systems. Seattle, Washington: ACM Press.


Kramer, A.F., Aretz, T. & Huang, A. (1990). Attentional facilitation and inhibition in the processing of irrelevant stimuli. Program of the 31st Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Psychonomic Society, 27.


Wickens, C., Kramer, A., Andersen, J., Glasser, A. & Sarno, K. (1990). Focused and divided attention in stereoscopic depth. Proceedings of the International Society for Optical Engineering, SPIE: Bellingham, WA.


Sirevaag, E., Kramer, A., Wickens, C., Reisweber, M., Strayer, D. & Grenell, J. (1990). Assessment of pilot performance and workload in rotary wing helicopters. Proceedings of the Commission of the European Communities on Physiological Measures in Transport Operations, CEC: Cologne, Germany.


Kramer, A., Strayer, D. and Buckley, J. (1989). Factors influencing the development and transfer of automatic processing. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, 33rd Annual Meeting. Santa Monica, California.


Kramer, A., Humphrey, D., Sirevaag, E. & Mecklinger, A. (1989). Real-time measurement of mental workload: A feasibility study. Proceedings of the Third Annual Workshop on Space Operations, Automation and Robotics. Houston, Texas: NASA Johnson Space Center.


Gehring, W. and Kramer, A. (1989). Event-related brain potentials and delayed pitch recognition. Psychophysiology, 26 (4A), 28.


Humphrey, D., Sirevaag, E., Mecklinger, A. and Kramer, A. (1989). Real-time measurement of mental workload using psychophysiological measures. Psychophysiology, 26(4A), 34.


Buckley, J., Kramer, A. and Strayer, D. (1988). Component task consistency and automatic processing. Psychophysiology, 25, 437-438.


Sirevaag, E., Kramer, A. deJong, R. and Mecklinger, A. (1988). A psychophysiological analysis of multi-task processing demands. Psychophysiology, 25, 482.


Strayer, D., Buckley, J. and Kramer, A. (1988). The role of the response criterion in automatic processing. Psychophysiology, 25, 484-485.


Kramer, A.F., Strayer, D.L. and Liu, Y. (1988). The role of consistency in the development of automatic processing. Proceedings of Psychology in the Department of Defense, 11th Symposium. USAF Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado.


Strayer, D.L., Gehring, W.J., Kramer, A.F. and Miller, G.L. (1988). Adult age difference in the development of automaticity: A psychophysiological assessment. Proceedings of Psychology in the Department of Defense, 11th Symposium. USAF Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado.


Wickens, C.D., Flach, J., Kramer, A., Harwood, K. and Lintern, G. (1988). Taskillian: A validation test bed for complex performance models. Proceedings of Psychology in the Department of Defense, 11th Symposium. USAF Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado.


Hanisch, K. Kramer, A., Hulin, C. and Schumacher, R. (1988). Novice-expert differences in the cognitive representation of system features: Mental models and verbalizable knowledge. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, 32nd Annual Meeting. California.


Kramer, A.F., Donchin, E. and Wickens, C.D. (1988). Event-related brain potentials as indices of mental workload and attentional allocation. In Proceedings of the NATO AGARD Conference on Electric and Magnetic Activity of the Central Nervous System: Research and Clinical Applications in Aerospace Medicine. Trondheim, Norway.


Kramer, A.F. and Strayer, D. (1987). P300 operating characteristics: Performance/ERP analysis of dual-task demands and attention. In M. Kutas and B. Renault (Eds.), Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Cognitive Neurosciences. Paris-Dourdan, France.


Sirevaag, E. and Kramer, A.F. (1987). N100 and P300 tuning effects during an attention switching task. Proceedings of the Society for Neuroscience, 17 Annual Meeting. New Orleans, LA.


Webb, J.M. and Kramer, A.F. (1987). Learning hierarchical menu systems: A comparative investigation of analogical and pictorial formats. Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, 31st Annual Meeting. New York.


Gehring, W., Strayer, D., Kramer, A., Donchin, E. and Miller, G. (1987). An evaluation of age differences in the development of automaticity. In M. Kutas and B. Renault (Eds.), Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Cognitive Neurosciences. Paris-Dourdan, France.


Yee, C.M., Miller, G.A. and Kramer, A.F. (1987).  Resource demands of a recognition running memory task. Psychophysiology, 24, 622.


Kramer, A.F. (1986). Interaction between workload and training: Converging evidence from psychophysiology and performance measurement. In G. Cacioppo (Ed.), Proceedings of the 30th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors Society. Dayton, Ohio.


Kramer, A.F., Sirevaag, E. and Braune, R. (1986). Assessment of pilot workload: Converging measures from performance based, subjective and psychophysiological techniques. Human Integration Technology: The Cornerstone for Enhancing Human Performance. Society of Aeronautical Engineers: Long Beach, CA.


Harwood, K., Wickens, C., Kramer, A., Clay, D. and Liu, Y. (1986). Effects of display proximity and memory demands on the understanding of dynamic multidimensional displays. In G. Cacioppo (Ed.), Proceedings of the 30th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors Society. Dayton, Ohio.


Harwood, K., Wickens, C. and Kramer, A. (1986). The perceived relations between color, direction and speed of motion. In G. Cacioppo (Ed.), Proceedings of the 30th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors Society. Dayton, Ohio.


Goettl, B., Kramer, A. and Wickens, C. (1986). Display format and the perception of numerical data. In G. Cacioppo (Ed.), Proceedings of the 30th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors Society. Dayton, Ohio.


Bosco, C., Gratton, G., Kramer, A., Wickens, C., Coles, M. & Donchin, E. (1986). Information extraction and components of the event-related brain potential. Psychophysiology, 23, 426.


Farwell, L., Donchin, E. and Kramer, A. (1986). A mental prosthesis for communicating with event related brain potentials of the EEG. Psychophysiology, 23, 434.


Sirevaag, E., Kramer, A. and Braune, R. (1986). A comparison ofpsychophysiological, subjective, and performance based metrics of resource demands in a complex, real world task. Psychophysiology, 23, 462.


Strayer, D. and Kramer, A. (1986). Psychophysiological indices of automaticity and attentional resources. Psychophysiology, 23, 466.


Kramer, A.F., Wickens, C.D., Goettl, B. and Harwood, K. (1986). Extraction and comprehension of data relations: An application of the display proximity principle. Proceedings of Psychology in the Department of Defense, 10th Symposium. USAF Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado.


Wickens, C.D., Carswell, M., Fracker, L., Barnett, B. & Kramer, A.F. (1986). Display cognitive interface: The role of display proximity in information integration tasks relevant to command, control and communications displays. Proceedings of the Psychology in the Department of Defense, 10th Symposium. USAF Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado.


Kramer, A.F. and Wickens, C.D. (1985). Event-related brain potentials and resource allocation: From dual-task decrements to dual-task integrality. In R.W. Swezey (Ed.), Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, 29th Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland.


Kramer, A.F. and Sirevaag, E. (1985). Dual-task processing and visual selective attention: An event-related potentials analysis. Psychophysiology, 22, 574.


Warren, C., Stern, J., Eddy, D., Horst, R., Kramer, A., Parasuraman, R., Sanquist, T., Wilson, G. (1985). The role of event related potentials in human machine applications. In R.W. Swezey (Ed.), Proceedings of the Human Factors Society, 29th Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland.


Donchin, E., Kramer, A., Mane, A., Karis, D. & Heffley, E. (1984). Psychophysiological tools in engineering psychology. In Proceedings of Psychology in the Department of Defense, Ninth Symposium. United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado.


Gratton, G., Kramer, A.F., & Coles, M.G.H. (1984). A comparative study of measures of the latency of event-related brain potentials. Psychophysiology, 21, 578-579.


Sirevaag, E., Kramer, A., Coles, M.G.H., & Donchin, E. (1984). P300 amplitude and resource allocation. Psychophysiology, 21, 598-599.


Kramer, A.F., Wickens, C.D. & Donchin, E. (1984). Performance enhancements under dual-task conditions. Proceedings of the 20th Annual NASA Conference on Manual Control, NASA TM.


Casey, E.J., Kramer, A.F. & Wickens, C.D. (1984). Representing multidimensional systems using visual displays. Proceedings of the 20th Annual NASA Conference on Manual Control, NASA TM.


Kramer, A.F., Fisk, A., & Schneider, W. (1983). P300, consistency and visual search. Psychophysiology, 20, 453-454.


Donchin, E., Kramer, A., & Wickens, C. (1982). Probing the cognitive infrastructure with event-related brain potentials. Proceedings of the AIAA Workshop on Flight Testing to Identify Pilot Workload and Pilot Dynamics, Edwards Air Force Base, California.


Kramer, A., Ross, W. & Donchin, E. (1982). Individual differences in human information processing: A chronometric analysis of the role of orthographic and phonological cues in a non-lexical decision task.

Psychophysiology, 19, 330-331.

Wickens, C.D., Gill, R., Kramer, A., Ross, W., & Donchin, E. (1981). The cognitive demands of second order manual control: Applications of the event-related brain potential. Proceedings of the 17th Annual NASA Conference on Manual Control, NASA TM.


Kramer, A.F., Wickens, C.D., Vanasse, L., Heffley, E., & Donchin, E. (1981). Primary and secondary task analysis of step tracking: An event-related potentials approach. In R.C. Sugarman (Ed.), Proceedings of the 25th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors Society, Rochester, October.


Wickens, C.D., Heffley, E.F., Kramer, A.F., and Donchin, E. (1980). The event-related brain potential as an index of attention allocation in complex displays. In G.E. Corrick, E.C. Haseltine, and R.T. Durst (Eds.), Proceedings of the 24th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors Society, Los Angeles, October



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Invited Speaker, University of Vermont, Medical School and Wellness Environment, Burlington, Vermont, October, 2021.


Distinguished Speaker, Shenzhen University, China, October, 2021.


Invited speaker, Lifestyle & Aging, Secure Seniors, October, 2021.

Invited speaker, 2021 Virtual Brain Health symposium, Physical activity for precision health. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, May, 2021.


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Invited speaker, Brain Health for Life, Sponsored by Institute Guttman, Biocat, La Caixa, and Institute for Neurosciences of the University of Barcelona, Meditecnologia, and Medicen Paris, December, 2020.

Keynote speaker, Neuroergonomics symposium (virtual), Sponsored by Frontiers in Neuroergonomics, October, 2020.

Invited Speaker, University of Vermont, Medical School and Wellness Environment, Burlington, Vermont, October, 2020.


Invited speaker, 29th annual Adler symposium, Salk Institute for Biological Studies, San Diego, CA February, 2020.

Invited speaker, USC Catalina Neuroscience retreat, Catalina, California, December, 2019.


Invited speaker, Boston Veterans Administrations Neuroimaging and Neuropsychology lecture series, November 2019.


Invited Speaker, University of Vermont, Medical School and Wellness Environment, Burlington, Vermont, October, 2019.


Keynote speaker, 1st International Sport Neuroscience Conference, Tsukuba, Japan, September, 2019.


Invited Speaker, University of Granada, Sport and Health University Research Institute, Granada, Spain, September, 2019.


Invited Speaker, Emanuel Donchin Memorial Symposium, Annual Society for Psychophysiological Research meeting, Washington, D.C., September, 2019.

Keynote speaker, Congress on Brain, Behavior and Emotion, Brasilia, Brazil, June, 2019.


Invited speaker, Department of Psychological Sciences, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, March, 2019.


Invited speaker, Bohan lecture, University of Kansas Medical School, Kansas City, Kansas, March, 2019.


Invited speaker, American Psychopathological Association meeting, New York, New York, March, 2019.

Invited speaker, John P. Boogher Memorial lecture, Johns Hopkins Medical School, Baltimore, Maryland, February, 2019.

Invited keynote speaker, SHIFT: Public Lands, Public Health Jackson, WY, October, 2018.

Invited speaker, Talk of Ages speaker series, Lassel College, Newton, MA, October, 2018.


Visiting Professorship in the Wellness Environment, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, September, 2018.


Invited keynote speaker, 3rd International Mobile Brain/Body Imaging Conference, Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, NSF & ONR, Berlin, Germany, July, 2018.

Invited keynote speaker, Boston Roybal Center for Active Lifestyle Interventions (RALI), Boston, MA, June, 2018.

Invited plenary speaker, Brain Health and Performance Summit, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, April, 2018.


Invited speaker and participant, Emotional Well-Being: Emerging Insights and Questions for Future Research, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, April, 2018.


Invited speaker, CEREBRAL Symposium, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, April, 2018.


Invited speaker, Neuroscience program, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, February, 2018.

Invited speaker, Healthy Aging symposium, Tufts University medical school, Boston, MA, November, 2017


Invited speaker, University of California in San Francisco Medical School, San Francisco, CA, October 2017.

Invited speaker, University of Vermont, Wellness Experience symposium, Burlington, VT, September, 2017.

Invited speaker and participant, Science of Behavior Change workshop, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, July, 2017.

Invited speaker, International Congress of Physical Education and Physical Activity, Rio Clario, Brazil, June, 2017.


Organizer and speaker, National Academy of Sciences workshop on Understanding Pathways to Successful Aging: How Social and Behavioral Factors Affect Health at Older Age, Washington, D.C., June 2017.


Invited speaker, Economic and Social Research Council seminar on Cognitive Aging: An AgeUK seminar hosted by the University of York. Manchester, U.K., June, 2017.


Invited speaker, International symposium on Smart Aging, Institute of Development, Aging, and Cancer (IDAC), Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, May, 2017.

Invited speaker, Global Brain Health and Performance Summit, Ohio State University. Columbus, Ohio, April, 2017.


Invited speaker, Experimental Biology conference, Chicago, Illinois, April, 2017.

Invited speaker, Neurorehabilitation: How plastic is the human brain?, Oslo and Akershus University College, Oslo, Norway, March, 2017.


Invited speaker, International convention of Psychological Science, Austria Center Vienna, Vienna, Austria, March, 2017.


Keynote speaker, National Academy of Sciences, University of California at Irvine, Symposium on Exercise and Brain Health, Irvine, CA, March, 2017.


Invited speaker, Adler Foundation Symposium on Alzheimer’s Disease, Salk Institute, San Diego, CA, February, 2017.


Invited speaker, 50th Winter Brain Conference, Big Sky, Montana, January, 2017.

Invited speaker, University of Vermont, Wellness Environment program,  December, 2016.


Invited speaker, Visiting Scientist series, Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Baton Rouge, Louisana, November, 2016.

Invited speaker, American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, Chicago, Illinois, November, 2016.


Invited speaker and institute external reviewer, Program of Brain Science and Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Daejeon, South Korea, October, 2016.


Invited speaker, Department of Psychology, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida, October 2016.

American Psychological Association Distinguished Scientist lecture. Assumption College, Worchester, MA, October 2016.

Invited speaker, Department of Psychology, Tufts University, Boston, October 2016.

Invited speaker, Program in Molecular, Cellular, and Integrative Neurosciences, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, September 2016.

Invited speaker, Walking towards a healthy brain: Physical activity and brain health, Rayburn building, Washington, D.C. Sponsored by AAAS, Dana Foundation, AARP and the Congressional Neuroscience Caucus, September 2016.


Invited speaker and recipient of the Arthur Cherkin Memorial award, 33rd Annual UCLA Intensive Course in Geriatric Medicine & Board Review, David Geffen School of Medicine, UCAL, Los Angeles, California, September 2016.

Invited speaker, Global Brain Health and Performance Summit, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, May, 2016.


Invited speaker, Wellness in MS Symposium: Why Exercise Matters and the Science Behind It, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, Oregon, May, 2016.


Invited Speaker, Advanced Judicial Academy, The Aging Population: A Proactive Approach. Lombard, Illinois, February, 2016


Invited Speaker, Tracing brain and behavioral changes across the lifespan: Influence of intrinsic and extrinsic factors. Danish Research Centre for Magnetic Resonance, Copenhagen, Denmark, January, 2016.

Keynote speaker, Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Society (ACNS), Auckland, New Zealand, November, 2015.

Invited speaker, Brain Health: From Genes to Behavior, Improving our Life. B-Debate, International Center for Scientific Debate, Barcelona, Spain, October, 2015.


Invited speaker, 2015 Annual Meeting of the North American Menopause Society, Presidential symposium on the Female Brain: Menopause & Aging, Las Vegas, Nevada, October, 2015.

Invited speaker, American Psychological Association annual meeting, Toronto, Canada, August, 2015.

Invited speaker, 14th European Congress of Psychology, Milan, Italy, July, 2015.

Invited speaker, Advanced Judicial Academy: Science in the Courtroom Urbana, Illinois, June, 2015.


Invited speaker, 2015 International congress of physical activity and human movement sciences (IX-CIEFMH-XV SPEF), Rio Claro, Brazil, June 2015.


Invited speaker,  International symposium on aviation psychology, Dayton, Ohio, May 2015.


Invited speaker, 4th Israeli Conference on Exercise is Medicine for the Brain, Tel Aviv, Israel, May, 2015.

Invited speaker,  Ageing and degeneration: A physiological perspective, The Physiological Society, Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh, U.K., April, 2015.

Invited speaker, Charles River Association for Memory, 19th Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, March, 2015.


Invited speaker, Illinois Science Council, Chicago, Illinois, February, 2015.


Invited speaker, Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, Illinois, February, 2015


Invited speaker, Department of Psychology, Villanova University, Villanova, PA, February, 2015


Spivack Neuroscience Visiting Professor, Boston University Medical School, Boston, MA, January, 2015.


Invited speaker, Andrus Gerontology Center, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, November, 2014.


Keynote speaker, Forum on Wellness, International Council on Active Aging, Orlando, Florida, November, 2014.


Invited participant, Wellness strategy meeting, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Fort Worth Texas, November, 2014.


Keynote speaker, Exercise and Brain symposium, Department of Psychiatry, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, October, 2014.

Invited speaker, 2014 Society for Psychophysiological Research Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, September, 2014.

Keynote speaker, International Academy on Nutrition and Aging, Albuquerque, New Mexico, July, 2014.


Invited speaker, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience of National Central University, Jhongli, Taiwan, June, 2014.


Keynote speaker, 17th Conference on Attention and Perception, National Chung Ching University, Chiayi, Taiwan, June, 2014


Invited speaker, Physiological effects of exercise, Department of Physiology and Neurobiology Seminar Series, Dartmouth University, Lebanon, NH, May, 2014.


Keynote speaker, Perform Center Research Conference: Physical Activity and Brain Functions, Concordia University, Montreal, May, 2014.


Invited participant, Cognition in the Wild, Moab, Utah, May, 2014.


Invited speaker, Department of Psychology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, April, 2014.


Invited speaker, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, April, 2014.


Invited speaker, Department of Psychology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, March, 2014.

Invited speaker, Institute for Successful Longevity, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, February, 2014.


Invited speaker, Department of Psychology, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, February, 2014.


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Invited speaker, Healthy Brain Aging: Alzheimer’s Disease Risk and Protective Factors, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Springfield, Illinois, May, 2013.

Fitts lecture, Department of Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, May, 2013.


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Hogan Memorial lecture, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri, April, 2013.


Invited speaker, NIH Workshop to Advance Basic Behavioral Science in Obesity Research, Bethesda, Maryland, April, 2013.


Invited Speaker, Annual Experimental Biology Conference, Nutrition and Physical Activity: Impacts on Cognitive Function Across the Lifespan, Boston, Massachusetts, April, 2013.

Invited speaker, Workshop on Positive Psychobiology. Sponsored by Princeton’s Center for Research on Experience & Wellbeing, Miami, Florida, March, 2013.


Invited speaker, American Psychosomatic Society Annual meeting, Miami, Florida, March, 2013.


Keynote address, Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual meeting, San Francisco, California, March, 2013.

Invited speaker, Symposium entitled Old Dogs, New Tricks: How Plastic is the Adult Human Brain? American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, February, 2013.


Gregory Kimble lecture, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, January, 2013.


Invited speaker and committee member, Gaps and opportunities in the field of cognitive aging. Sponsored by the Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., November 2012.


Invited participant, The Informed Brain in a Digital World, The National Academies Keck Future Initiative, Irvine, California, November, 2012.


Invited keynote speaker, Trinity College Annual Neuroscience Symposium,  Dublin, Ireland, November, 2012.

Invited speaker, Mary Morris Leighton Lecture, Beacon Health System, South Bend, Indiana, October, 2012.

Invited speaker and participant, New Directions in Brain Training: Effectiveness, Methodology, and Application of Cognitive Interventions, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany, October, 2012.

Invited speaker and participant, National Academy of Sciences, Workshop on Research Gaps and Opportunities for Exploring the Relationship of the Arts to Health and Well-Being in Older Adults, Washington, D.C., September, 2012.

Invited speaker, Exercise is Medicine, 2012 Vice-Chancellor’s lecture series, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand, August, 2012.

Invited speaker,  Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Workshop in Cognitive Aging, Cold Spring Harbor, New York, June, 2012.


Invited speaker, 12th International conference on the long-term complications of treatment of children and adolescents for cancer, Williamsburg, Virginia, June, 2012.


Invited speaker, Workshop on cognition and performance, Technion University, Haifa, Israel, May, 2012.


Invited speaker, American Psychological Society Annual Meeting, Symposium on Training improves performance and neuroplasticity: Mechanism and application May, 2012.


Invited speaker, National Advisory Council meeting for the National Institute on Aging, Bethesda, Maryland, May, 2012.


Invited Speaker, Honor’s speaker series, Union College, Schenectady, New York, May, 2012.


Invited speaker, Overview on Aging Interventions, 2012 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia, April, 2012.


Invited speaker, Symposium on Future Directions on Aging Research using the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging, Canadian Institutes of Health, Vancouver, Canada, April, 2012.


Invited speaker, New York Neuropsychology Groups Annual Conference, New York, New York, April, 2012.


Invited speaker, Reprogramming the Human Brain, Center for Brain Health, University of Texas at Dallas, Dallas, Texas, April, 2012.


Keynote speaker, The Brainy Side of Exercise: benefits to Neurons, Mind, and Behavior, sponsored by the MacMillian Family Trust, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont, March, 2012.


Invited speaker, LIFE Study symposium, Arlington, Virginia, March, 2012.


Invited speaker, Spring 2012 Lecture Series on Successful Longevity, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, March, 2012.


Invited speaker and symposium participant,  Aging: Cells to Society, 2012 AAAS Annual meeting in Vancouver, Canada, February, 2012.

Invited speaker,  2012 Neuroscience Seminar Series, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, February, 2012.

Keynote speaker,  American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Conference on Physical activity, cognitive function, and academic achievement: Moving students to better performance. Washington, DC, November 2011.

Keynote speaker,  From New Frontiers in Research to Better Patient Care, Annual Parkinson Disease Patient-Family symposium, Northwestern University Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Center, Chicago, Illinois, October, 2011.

Invited speaker,  11th International Conference on Cognitive Neuroscience (ICON), Palma, Mallorca, Spain, September, 2011.

Invited speaker, 81st Annual Meeting of the National Academy of Kinesiology, Minneapolis, MN, September, 2011.


Invited speaker, Boosting the Brain: Neuroplasticity and Cognition across the Lifespan, Nobel Forum, Karolinski Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden, September, 2011.

Invited speaker, Alzheimer’s Association International Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease (AAICAD), Paris, France, July, 2011.


Invited speaker, The 21St International Puijo Symposium: Physical Exercise, Ageing and Disability. Kuopio, Finland, July, 2011.

Invited speaker, 29th Conference on Learning and the Brain, The science of student success: Optimizing achievement and reducing failure.  Chicago, Illinois, May 2011.

Invited speaker, Conference on neural correlates of extraordinary multi-tasking, Brain Institute, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 2011.


Invited speaker, Louis E. Alley Lecture, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, April 2011.


Invited speaker, American Speech Language Hearing Association Health Care Business Institute, Brain Institute, Washington, D.C., April 2011.


Invited speaker, International Neuropsychological Society meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, February, 2011.


Invited speaker, Conference on the Psychology of Health, Immunity & Disease, National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine, South Carolina, December, 2010.


Invited speaker and participant, National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) Public Forum on Safety, Mobility, and Aging Drivers, Washington, DC, November 2010.


Invited speaker, 4th National Symposium on Complementary & Alternative Geriatric Health Care, St. Louis, Missouri, October 2010.


Keynote speaker, Healthy Aging Conference, Life Sciences Institute, National University of Singapore, Singapore, October 2010.


Invited speaker, Koshland Science Museum, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., October 2010.


Invited speaker, Netherlands Consortium for Health Aging, Spark meeting on Vitality, Healthy Ageing, and Cognition, Leiden, Netherlands, September, 2010.


Invited speaker, Effects of exercise and nutrients on brain functions. Elass Center, Copenhagen, Denmark, August, 2010.


Invited speaker, RAND Summer Institute on Demography, Economics, and Epidemiology of Aging. Santa Monica, California, July, 2010.


Invited speaker, American Physical Therapy Association meeting on Exercise and Physical Activity in Aging Conference: Blending Research and Practice. Indianapolis, Indiana, July, 2010.


Invited speaker, 24th Annual International Conference on Practical Approaches to the Treatment of Obesity, Harvard medical School, Boston, June, 2010.


Keynote speaker, Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Charleston, South Carolina, May 2010.


Invited speaker, International symposium on exercise to promote cognitive health and functional independence. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, May 2010.


Invited speaker, Kendon Smith Lecture on Maintaining Mental Fitness: Influences & Interventions. Greensboro, North Carolina April, 2010


Invited speaker, NIH State of the Art Conference: Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease and Cognitive Decline. Washington, D.C. April, 2010.


Invited speaker, Changing People, Changing Brains: Challenges for Interdisciplinary Research on Human Learning and Development across the Life-Span, Konstanz, Germany, April, 2010.


Invited speaker, 20th Annual Rotman Research Institute Conference: The Frontal Lobes, Toronto, Canada, March, 2010.


Invited speaker, Innovative Sports Science Forum, University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Japan, March, 2010.


Invited speaker, 3rd International Conference on Gait and Mental Function, Washington, D.C., February, 2010.


Invited speaker, North Carolina Cognition Conference, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, February, 2010.


Keynote speaker, Movement Science Symposium, University of Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands, January 2010.


Invited speaker, American Association for Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Annual Conference, Exercise is Medicine for the Brain, Austin, Texas, October, 2009.


Invited speaker, U.S. National Press Club, Enrichment effects on adult cognitive development, Washington, DC., June, 2009.


Invited symposium speaker and participant, 15th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping. San Francisco, CA, June 2009.


Invited speaker, American Psychological Society, 21st Annual Convention, New interventions for productive aging. San Francisco, CA, May 2009.


Invited speaker, National Academy of Sciences, The Grand Challenges of our Aging Society: A Symposium, Washington, DC, May, 2009.


Invited speaker, American Academy of Neurology 61st Annual Meeting, Promoting successful cognitive aging: Factors, facts, and fairy tales. Seattle, April, 2009.


Invited participant, Workshop on Harnessing Neuroplasticity for Human Application, National Institutes of Health Blueprint for Neuroscience Research, Rockville, Maryland, April, 2009.


Invited speaker, Annual Conference of the American Society of Aging and the National Council on Aging, Las Vegas, Nevada, March, 2009.


Invited speaker, Alzheimer Disease: Environmental Risk, Prevention and Early Intervention. Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Springfield, Illinois, May 2008.


Invited speaker, American Psychological Society workshop on Advances in Cognitive Aging Research, Chicago, Illinois, May 2008.


Invited speaker, 2008 Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Geriatrics Society, NIA/NIH Symposium on Cognitive Aging, Washington, D.C., May, 2008.


Invited speaker, Neurobiology and Cognition Mini-Symposium on Aging: My Better Mind, Department of Epidemiology, Michigan State University, Lansing, MI, May 2008.


Invited participant, Workshop on empirical evidence of cognitive interventions. Sponsored by the Stanford Center on Longevity and Max Planck Institute for Human Development. Palo Alto, CA, April, 2008.


Invited speaker, 6th Annual MCI Symposium: The Basis for Disease Modifying Treatment of Prodromal Alzheimer’s Disease. Miami Beach, Florida, March 2008.


Conference Co-Organizer and speaker, Healthy Mind’s Conference, sponsored by the NIA Center on Healthy Mind’s, Sarasota, Florida, February, 2008.


Invited speaker, Mental Health and the Brain: Implications for Lifelong Learning, sponsored by the Foundation for Human Potential and the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, Nov 15-16, 2007.


Invited speaker, 11th Biennial Graylyn Conference on Women's Cognitive Health, Graylyn Conference Center, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Oct 24-26, 2007.


Keynote speaker, 7th Annual Kunin-Lunenfeld Applied Research Unit Conference: Enhancing Cognition in Older Adults: Connecting Research and Clinical Care, Baycrest Joseph E. and Minnie Wagman Centre, Toronto, Canada, Oct 19, 2007,


Invited speaker, Aging and Speech Communication: An International & Interdisciplinary Research Conference, Bloomington, Indiana, Oct 7-10, 2007.


Invited speaker and participant, Cognitive Aging Summit, Sponsored by the National Institutes on Aging & the McKnight Brain Research Foundation, Washington, D.C. October 10-11, 2007.


Invited dinner speaker, Physics education research conference: Cognitive science and physics education research. Greensboro, NC, Aug 1-2, 2007.


Keynote speaker, Advances in Basic and Clinical Neuropsychology, Annual meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Bilbao, Spain, July 4-7, 2007.


Keynote speaker, Psychology and the Brain, German Society for Psychophysiology, Dortmund, Germany, June 2007.


Invited witness and speaker, U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions, Subcommittee on Retirement and Aging. Hearing: Alzheimer’s Disease: Current and Future Breakthrough Research, Dirksen Senate Office Building, May 15, 2007.


Invited speaker and participant, Spark Workshop: The healthy Aging Phenotype. Amsterdam, Netherlands, May 2007.


Keynote speaker, 7th Kognitionsforschung. March 2007. University of Saarland. Sarbrucken, Germany.


Invited speaker and participant, 5th Annual Dementia Congress. November 2006. Orlando, Florida.


Invited speaker and participant, APA Symposium on Optimal Aging and Cognition: Moderators of Cognitive Change and Decline. August 2006. New Orleans, LA.


Keynote speaker and participant, Workshop on Cognitive Systems: Bridging Cellular to Social. Sandia National Labs. June 2006. Santa Fe, New Mexico.


Invited speaker and participant, Workshop on Body, Mind, Health & Brain. Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina. May 2006. Marbach Castle, Ohningen, Germany.


Invited speaker and participant, Cognitive activity from bedside to bench. American Geriatrics Society 2006 Annual Scientific Meeting. May 2006, Chicago, Illinois.


Invited speaker and participant, National public action plan to promote and protect brain health: Research meeting on Cognition and translation, sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and the national Institute on Aging, May 2006, Atlanta, Georgia.


Invited speaker and participant, Milken Institute Global Conference on Healthy Aging. April 2006, Santa Monica, California.


Invited speaker and participant, Workshop on Cognitive Vitality in Later Life, sponsored by the American Geriatric Society and the National Institute on Aging, March 2006, Philadelphia, PA.


Invited speaker and participant, MaxNetAging Conference II, November, 2005, Malaga, Spain.


Invited symposium speaker and participant, Society for Neuroscience symposium on Diet and Lifestyle in Brain Plasticity and Disease, November 2005, Washington, D.C.


Invited speaker and participant, North Dakota State University Mini Conference on Visual Neuroscience, September 2005, Fargo, North Dakota.


Invited speaker, National Alzheimer’s Coordinating Centers Directors Meeting, September 2005, San Diego, California.


Invited speaker, American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Applying Psychology: Walking, Driving and Flying, August 2005, Washington, D.C.


Invited speaker, American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Enhancing Cognitive Plasticity: Fitness and Cognitive Training, August 2005, Washington, D.C.


Invited speaker and participant, Workshop on Cognitive Vitality and Aging, Institute for the Study of Aging, July, 2005, Bridgehampton, N.Y.


Invited speaker, Symposium on Integrating Mechanisms Linking Mind, Brain, and Periphery: Applications in Asthma and Atherosclerosis, National Center for Complementary & Alternative Medicine, National Institutes of Health,  July 2005, Arlie House, Virginia.


Invited speaker, Exercise, Sport Performance and the Human Brain. 52nd Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, June 2005, Nashville, TN.


Invited speaker, Affordable Human Behavior Modeling Workshop. Office of Naval Research, June 2005, Arlington, VA.


Keynote speaker, The center of attention: Theoretical advances and implications for rehabilitation, The 15th Annual Rotman Research Institute Conference, March 2005, Toronto, Canada.


Invited speaker, Third Annual research Symposium on Communication and Social Interaction in Healthy Aging, sponsored by CIHR, February 2005, Ottawa, Canada.


Invited speaker and participant, Symposium on Lifelong Learning, sponsored by the Organization of Economic and Cooperative Development (OECD), January 2005, Tokyo, Japan.


Invited speaker, Enhancing mobility in older adults: Cognitive training and Health, sponsored by the Transportation Research Board, January 2005, Washington, D.C.


Invited speaker, Neurobiology of Exercise, sponsored by U.S. Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine (USARIEM), December, 2004, Pennington Biomedical Research Center, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.


Invited speaker, Frontiers of Biomedical Imaging Symposium: The MRI Nobel Celebration and Future Directions, November, 2004, University of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois.


Keynote speaker, From mental workload to stress: Insights from psychological and psychological research, sponsored by Bundesanstalt für Arbeitsschutz und Arbeitsmedizin, November, 2004, Berlin, Germany.


Conference organizer and speaker, Aging, Exercise and Cognition: Enhancing Cognitive and Brain Plasticity of Older Adults, sponsored by UIUC Initiative on Aging and NIA Roybal Center on Healthy Aging, October 2004, Champaign, Illinois.


Invited speaker and participant, Learning and Multimodal Communication, sponsored by the American Psychological Association, October, 2004, Chicago, Illinois (and web broadcast).


Invited speaker and participant, Nathan W. Shock Symposium – Aging and Disease: How to Exercise your Options – sponsored by the National Institute on Aging, September 2004, Towson, Maryland.


Invited speaker and participant, Does obesity and diabetes affect mood and cognition? SPARK Workshop sponsored by the MacArthur Network and Unilever Corporate Research, July 2004, Bar Harbor, Maine.


Invited speaker and participant, Putting the Brain Back into Medicine, Symposium sponsored by the International Longevity Center, the Institute for the Study of Aging, and the Canyon Ranch Foundation, May 2004, Tucson, Arizona.


Invited speaker and participant, DARPA symposium on Quantifying Human Performance, April 2004, Arlington, Virginia.


Invited speaker and participant, National Institute on Aging Symposium on Cognitive Training for Older Adults, March 2004, Bethesda, Maryland.


Invited speaker and participant, Experimentell Psychologische Onderzoekschool Workshop on Exogenous and Endogenous Control of Eye Movements, Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences, Het Trippenhuis, Amsterdam, October 2003.


Invited speaker and participant, Physical, Mental and Social Activities Affecting Cognitive Health, sponsored by the Institute for the Study of Aging and the International Longevity Center, N.Y., N.Y., October 2003.


Keynote speaker, Annual Alzheimer’s Disease Research and Education Conference. Behavior: Measurement, Intervention and Consequences. Newport Beach, CA, May 2003.


Invited speaker, Chicago land symposium on functional MRI of the brain in health and disease. Chicago, March, 2003.


Invited speaker, Second Symposium on Neuroscience, Aging & Cognition (SNAC II). N.Y., N.Y., March 2003.


Invited speaker and participant, National Institute on Aging Workshop on Environment and Genetics, Washington, D.C., February, 2003.


Invited speaker and participant, National Research Council Workshop on Technology for Adaptive Aging, Washington, D.C., January, 2003.


Keynote speaker, Third AIST Forum on Gerontechnology, sponsored by the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Tokyo, Japan, December 2002.


Keynote speaker, Workshop on Space, Attention and Performance, co-sponsored by the Japanese Psychological Association (JPA) and the Institute for Human Science and Biomedical Engineering, Tsukuba, Japan, December, 2002.


Invited speaker and participant, Summer Institute in Cognitive Neuroscience, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, June-July, 2002.


Invited speaker and participant, Annual meeting of the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Seattle, Washington, July, 2002.


Invited speaker and participant, Influence of Distraction on Human Performance, Interactive Technology session, Society of Automotive Engineers: Digital Car Conference and Exhibition. Detroit, March, 2002.


Invited speaker and participant, The Future of Research on Aging, Centre De Recherche, Institut Universitaire De Geriatrie De Montreal. Montreal, April, 2002.


Invited speaker and participant, Council on Aging and Adult Development, Annual Symposium on Research on Aging (AAHPRED). San Diego, April, 2002. Co-recipient of the Herbert A. deVires Distinguished Research Award.


Invited speaker and participant, Healthy Minds: Mental Vitality Across the Lifespan, Invited symposium by the American Psychological Association’s Presidential Task Force on Science, APA Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California, August, 2001.


Invited speaker and participant. Third Annual Meeting of the Positive Psychology Network, Washington, D.C., October 2001.


Invited speaker and participant. 7th Annual Graylyn Conference on Women’s Health (Women’s Cognitive Health), Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, October, 2001.


Keynote speaker, International Conference on Affective Human Factors Design, Singapore, June, 2001.


Keynote speaker, Annual conference of the North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity (NASPSPA), St Louis, MO, June, 2001.


Invited speaker and participant, The Control of Cognitive Processing, Sponsored by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, Amsterdam, Netherlands, May 2001.


Invited speaker and participant, Brain Mechanisms and Learning in Ageing, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Tokyo, Japan, April 2001.


Invited speaker and participant, Cognitive Aging: Neurobiological perspectives and interventions, Sponsored by the National Institute on Aging and the Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans, Louisiana, November, 2000.


Foundation Day Gianturco Lecturer, Healthy body, healthy mind?: Aging, fitness and cognition, Carle Foundation Hospital, Urbana, Illinois, November, 2000.


Invited participant, White House Forum on Aging and Technology, Washington, D.C., October, 2000


Invited speaker and participant, Experimentell Psychologische Onderzoekschool Workshop on Exogenous and Endogenous Control of Visual Selection, Amsterdam, Netherlands, June 2000.


Invited speaker and participant, Attraction, Distraction and Action: An Interdisciplinary Conference and Workshop on Attentional Capture. Villanova University Conference Center, Pennsylvania. June 2000.


Invited speaker and participant, Interdisciplinary Workshop on Achieving Cognitive Vitality with Aging. Sponsored by the Institute for the Study of Aging. Tucson, Arizona. May, 2000.


Invited speaker and participant, Human Factors Interventions for the Health Care of Older Adults, Destin, Florida, March, 2000.


Invited speaker, 15th National Motorcycle Safety Conference, Aging of America. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, August, 1999.


Invited speaker, 5th World Congress on Physical Activity, Aging and Sports, Physical and mental training: Implications for cognitive functioning in old age. Orlando, Florida, August, 1999.


Invited speaker and participant, 7th meeting of the International Conference on Neuroscience (ICON), Symposium on Inhibition: Neural Mechanisms and psychophysiological manifestations. Budapest, Hungary, June 1999.


Invited speaker and participant, Seventy First Annual Meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Symposium on Spatial Attention and the Visual World. May. Chicago, Illinois, 1999.


Invited speaker, 9th World Congress of the International Organization of Psychophysiology, Symposium on Psychophysiology and Ergonomics. Taormina, Sicily, Italy, September, 1998.


Invited participant, Attention and Performance XVIII – Control of Cognitive Processes. Great Park, Windsor, England, July, 1998.


Invited speaker, International Symposium on Cognitive Changes Due to Aging and Fatigue as Revealed by Electrical Brain Activity. Institut fur Arbeitphysiologie. Dortmund, Germany, May, 1998.


Invited speaker, Symposium on Attentional Control and Aging, 1998 Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, Georgia, April.


Invited speaker and participant, Workshop on Molecular, Cellular and Cognitive Effects of Exercise on the Brain, Thirty-First Annual Winter Conference on Brain Research, Snowbird, Utah, January, 1998.


Invited speaker, Aging and executive control, Annual American Psychological Association Conference, Chicago, August, 1997.


Invited speaker and participant, Workshop on Applied Psychophysiology sponsored by McDonnell-Douglas, Helsinki, Finland, June, 1997.


Invited speaker and participant, Experimentell Psychologische Onderzoekschool Workshop on the Varieties of Inhibitory Control: Neural Mechanisms and Behavioral Manifestations, Amsterdam, Netherlands, May, 1997.


Invited speaker and participant, Workshop on the physiological assessment of mental workload, Bundesanstalt fur Arbeitsschutz und Arbeitsmedizin, Berlin, December, 1996.


Invited speaker and participant, Attention and Performance XVII, Beit Oren, Israel, August, 1996.


Invited speaker, Max Planck Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience, Conference on Facilitatory and Inhibitory Components of Visual Selective Attention, Leipzig, Germany, November, 1995.


Invited speaker, Brooks Conference on Human Perceptual and Motor Abilities, "Attentional Control and Piloting Expertise", Brooks AFB, Texas, March, 1995.


Invited speaker, Southeastern Center for Applied Aging Research, Conference on Aging and Skill, "Aging and Multi-Task Performance", Destin, Florida, February, 1995.


Invited speaker, American Psychological Association Conference: Science Weekend, "Attentional Flexibility and Aging: Theory, Data & Applications", N.Y., N.Y., August 1995.


Invited Speaker, Experimentell Psychologische Onderzoekschool Workshop on the Psychophysiology of Mental Resources, "ERPs & Mental Workload Assessment: From Theory to Practice", Amsterdam, Netherlands, September, 1995.


Invited speaker, International Society for Brain Electromagnetic Topography, 5th International Conference, Munster, Germany, August, 1994.


Invited speaker, Annual American Psychological Society Meeting, Skill Acquisition and Automaticity: Beyond the Laboratory Door. Washington, D.C.: July, 1994.


Invited speaker, First Automation Technology and Human Performance Conference, Catholic University, Washington, D.C., April, 1994.


Invited speaker, Conference on EEG Measures in Basic and Applied Settings, Wright Patterson AFB, Dayton, Ohio, November, 1993.


Invited address, National Academy of Science Workshop on Virtual Reality Research and Development, "Utility of psychophysiological measures of cognitive function in virtual reality systems", February, 1993, Washington, D.C.


Invited address, International Organization of Psychophysiology, Sixth International Congress, "Psychophysiological Measurement of Mental Workload", September, 1992. Berlin, Germany.


Invited address, European Space Agency (ESA) Conference on Astronaut Selection and Training, "Human performance in extreme environments", March, 1992. Nice, France.


Invited address, American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, "Cognition, Judgment and Performance above 20,000 feet". August, 1991. San Francisco, California.


Invited participant, Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research. Symposium on the psychophysiology of automatic and controlled processing. October, 1991.


Invited participant and tutorial speaker, University of Stockholm conference on Network Analysis. Stockholm, Sweden, August, 1990.


Invited participant and tutorial speaker, Commission of the European Communities Symposium on "Psychophysiological measures in transport operations". Cologne, West Germany. December, 1990.


Invited presentation as a member of a symposium entitled, "Automatic Information Processing: Theory and Applications", APA Annual Conference, Boston, 1990.


Invited presentation as a member of a symposium entitled, "Aging and Skill Acquisition", APA Annual Conference, New Orleans, 1989.


Invited speaker, APA Division of Applied Experimental and Engineering Psychologists, Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., March, 1989.


Invited participant and tutorial speaker, Carmel Conference on Control

Processes and Metacognition. Carmel California, January, 1989.Colloquium speaker, Navy Personnel Research and Development Center, Neuroscience Group. San Diego, California. February, 1988.


Invited speaker, DOD Conference on Sustained Operations. Walter Reed Medical Center, Washington, D.C. September, 1987.


Invited speaker, DOD Conference on Adaptive Mediation in User-Computer Interaction. Oxnard, California. November, 1987.


Invited participant, NATO AGARD Conference on Electrical and Magnetic Activity of the Central Nervous System: Research and Clinical Applications in Aerospace Medicine. Trondheim, Norway, May, 1987.


Invited speaker, FAA/AFOSR Workshop on Operator Workload Certification in Transport Aircraft. Long Beach, California, February, 1987.


Invited participant and tutorial speaker, Carmel Conference on Individual Differences in Training and Workload. Carmel, California, January, 1987.


Invited presentation as a member of a symposium entitled, "The Interaction of Workload and Training". Human Factors Society, 30th Annual Meeting, Dayton, Ohio, September, 1986.


Invited participant, Carmel Conference on the Interaction of Training and Workload. Carmel, California, January, 1986.


Invited participant, Symposium on Operator Capacity Limits in Complex Systems: The Theory-Applications Interface, American Psychological Association, 93rd Annual Convention, Los Angeles, California, 1985.


Invited participant, Seventh Carmel Conference on Cognitive Psychophysiology: Magnetic and Electrical Event-Related Brain Activity as a Tool in the Study of Cognitive Function. Carmel, California, January 1985.


Workshop entitled "Event Related Brain Potentials and Human Engineering", Human Factors Society, 26th Annual Meeting, Norfolk, Virginia, 1983.


Invited participant, Workshop on Neurotoxicity Testing in Human Populations. Co-sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Rougemont, North Carolina, October, 1983.


Invited presentation as a member of a symposium entitled, "The Event-Related Brain Potential as a Metric for the Study of Human Information Processing". Eastern Psychological Association, 52nd Annual Meeting, New York, New York, April,1981.


Invited participant, Fourth Carmel Conference on Cognitive Psychophysiology. Carmel, California, January, 1981.



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