Kirk Ian Erickson

Center for Healthy Minds Seed Grant

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Center for Healthy Minds Seed Grant 2006 – 2007

TDC: $10,000

Role: Principal Investigator

“Aerobic exercise and neurocognitive function in APOE epsilon 4 carriers.”

Institute for the Study of Aging 2006 – 2008

TDC: $50,000

Role: Co-Investigator (PI: Kramer)

“Influence of fitness on neurocognitive function of older adults.”


R21 AG040310 (PI: Etnier) 2012 – 2014

The effect of physical activity on cognition relative to ApoE and BDNF genotypes.”

Publications (142 journal articles)

* graduate student; ^post-doc; **undergraduate student

1. Kramer, AF, Colcombe, SJ, Erickson, KI, Belopolsky, A, McAuley, E, Cohen, NJ, Webb, A. (2002). Effects of aerobic fitness training on human cortical function: A proposal. Journal of Molecular Neuroscience. 19(1-2): 227-31.

2. Milham, MP, Erickson, KI, Banich, MT, Kramer, AF, Webb, A, Wszalek, T, Cohen, NJ. (2002). Attentional control in the aging brain: Insights from an fMRI study of the Stroop task. Brain & Cognition. 49(3): 277-96.

3. Kramer AF, Colcombe, SJ, McAuley, E, Erickson, KI, Scalf, PE, Jerome, GJ, Marquez, DX, & Webb, AG. (2003). Enhancing brain and cognitive function of older adults through fitness training. Journal of Molecular Neuroscience. 20(3): 213-21.

4. Colcombe, SJ, Erickson, KI, Raz, N, Webb, AG, Cohen, NJ, McAuley, E, Kramer, AF. (2003). Aerobic fitness reduces brain tissue loss in aging humans. Journal of Gerontology: Biological and Medical Sciences. 58(2): 176-80.

5. Colcombe, SJ, Kramer, AF, McAuley, E, Erickson, KI, Scalf, PE. (2004). Neurocognitive aging and cardiovascular fitness: Recent findings and future directions. Journal of Molecular Neuroscience. 24(1): 9-14.

6. Colcombe, SJ, Kramer, AF, Erickson, KI, Scalf, PE, McAuley, E, Cohen, NJ, Webb, A, Jerome, GJ, Marquez, DX, Elavsky, S. (2004). Cortical recruitment and aging: The influence of cardiovascular fitness on executive brain function as assessed by event-related fMRI. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 101(9): 3316-21.

7. Erickson, KI, Milham, MP, Colcombe, SJ, Kramer, AF, Banich, MT, Webb, A, Cohen, NJ. (2004). Behavioral conflict, anterior cingulate cortex, and experiment duration: Implications of diverging data. Human Brain Mapping. 21(2): 96-105.

8. Bherer, L, Kramer, AF, Peterson, M, Colcombe, SJ, Erickson, KI, 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.

9. Kramer, AF, Colcombe, SJ, McAuley, E, Scalf, PE, Erickson, KI. (2005). Fitness, Aging, and Neurocognitive function. Neurobiology of Aging. 26 Suppl 1: 124-7.

10. Erickson, KI, Colcombe, SJ, Wadhwa, R, Bherer, L, Peterson, M, Scalf, PE, Kramer, AF. (2005). Dual-task related brain activity after minimizing task-preparation. NeuroImage. 28(4): 967-79.

11. Colcombe, SJ, Kramer, AF, Erickson, KI, Scalf, PE. (2005). The implications of cortical recruitment and brain morphology for individual differences in cognitive performance in aging humans.  Psychology and Aging. 20(3): 363-75.

12. Erickson, KI, Colcombe, SJ, Raz, N, Korol, DL, Scalf, PE, Webb, A, Cohen, NJ, McAuley, E, Kramer, AF. (2005). Selective sparing of brain tissue in post-menopausal women receiving hormone replacement therapy. Neurobiology of Aging. 26(8): 1205-13.

13. Nielson, KA, Yee, D, Erickson, KI. (2005). Memory enhancement by a semantically unrelated emotional arousal source induced after learning. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 84(1): 49-56.

14. Erickson, KI, Ho, R, Colcombe, SJ, Kramer, AF. (2005). A structural equation modeling analysis of attentional control: An event-related fMRI study. Cognitive Brain Research. 22: 349-357.

15. Colcombe, SJ, Erickson, KI, Scalf, PE, Kim, JS, Wadhwa, R, McAuley, E, Kramer, AF. (2006). Aerobic exercise training increases brain volume in aging humans: evidence from a randomized clinical trial. Journal of Gerontology: Biological and Medical Sciences. 61(11): 1166-70.

16. Kramer, AF, Erickson, KI, Colcombe, SJ. (2006). Exercise, cognition and the aging brain. Journal of Applied Physiology. 101 (4): 1237-42.

17. Bherer, L, Kramer, AF, Peterson, M, Colcombe, SJ, Erickson, KI, Becic, E. (2006). Testing the limits of cognitive plasticity in older adults: Application to attentional control. Acta Psychologica. 123(3): 261-78.

18. Kramer, AF, Erickson, KI. (2007). Capitalizing on cortical plasticity: influence of physical activity on cognition and brain function. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 11(8): 342-8.

19. Kramer, AF, Erickson, KI. (2007). Physical activity effects on cognition, well-being and brain: human interventions. Alzheimer’s and Dementia. 3(2): S45-S51.

20. Scalf, PE, Colcombe, SJ, McCarley, JS, Erickson, KI, Alvarado, M, Kim, JS, Wadhwa, R, Kramer, AF. (2007). The neural correlates of an expanded functional field of view. Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences. 62(1): 32-44.

21. Prakash, RS, Snook, EM, Erickson, KI, Colcombe, SJ, Webb, ML, Motl, RW, Kramer, AF. (2007). Cardiovascular fitness: a predictor of cortical plasticity in multiple sclerosis. NeuroImage. 34(3): 1238-44.

22. Erickson, KI, Colcombe, SJ, Wadhwa, R, Bherer, L, Peterson, M, Scalf, PE, Kim, JS, Alvarado, M, Kramer, AF. (2007). Training-induced functional activation changes in dual-task processing: An fMRI study. Cerebral Cortex. 17(1): 192-204.

23. Erickson, KI, Colcombe, SJ, Wadhwa, R, Bherer, L, Peterson, M, Scalf, PE, Kim, JS, Alvarado, M, Kramer, AF. (2007). Training-induced plasticity in older adults: effects of training on hemispheric asymmetry. Neurobiology of Aging. 28(2): 272-83.

24. Erickson, KI, Colcombe, SJ, Elavsky, S, McAuley, E, Korol, DL, Scalf, PE, Kramer, AF. (2007). Interactive effects of fitness and hormone treatment on brain health in postmenopausal women. Neurobiology of Aging. 28(2): 179-85.

25. Prakash, RS, Erickson, KI, Snook, EM, Colcombe, SJ, Motl, RW, Kramer, AF. (2008). Cortical recruitment during selective attention in multiple sclerosis: An fMRI investigation of individual differences. Neuropsychologia. 46(12): 2888-95.

26. Bherer, L, Kramer, AF, Peterson, M, Colcombe, SJ, Erickson, KI, 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(3): 188-219.

27. Chang, S, Erickson, KI, Ambrose, P, Hasegawa-Johnson, M. (2008). Structural brain abnormalities in children who stutter: Preliminary evidence for altered development in speech-relevant sensorimotor regions. NeuroImage. 39(3): 1333-44.

28. Hillman, CH, Erickson, KI, Kramer, AF. (2008). Be smart, exercise your heart: Exercise effects on brain and cognition. Nature Reviews Neuroscience. 9(1): 58-65.

29. Erickson, KI, Suever, BL, Prakash, RS, Colcombe, SJ, McAuley, E, Kramer, AF. (2008). Greater intake of vitamin B6 and B12 spares brain volume in the elderly: An optimized voxel-based morphometry study. Brain Research. 1199: 20-6.

30. Voss, MW, Erickson, KI, Chaddock, L, Prakash, RS, Colcombe, SJ, Morris, KS, Doerksen, S, Hu, L, McAuley, E, Kramer, AF. (2008). Dedifferentiation in the visual cortex: an fMRI investigation of individual differences in older adults. Brain Research. 1244: 121-31.

31. Erickson, KI, Kim, JS, Suever, BL, Voss, MW, Francis, BM, Kramer, AF. (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.

32. Erickson, KI, Prakash, RS, Kim, JS, Sutton, BP, Colcombe, SJ, Kramer, AF. (2009). Top-down attentional control in spatially coincident stimuli enhances activity in both task-relevant and task-irrelevant regions of cortex. Behavioral Brain Research. 197(1): 186-97.

33. Erickson, KI, Kramer, AF. (2009). Exercise effects on cognitive and neural plasticity in older adults. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 43(1): 22-4.

34. Kennedy, KM, Erickson, KI, Rodrigue, KM, Voss, MW, Colcombe, SJ, Kramer, AF, Raz, N. (2009). Age-related differences in brain volume: Manual volumetry vs. voxel-based morphometry. Neurobiology of Aging, 1199: 20-6.

35. Erickson, KI, Prakash, RS, Voss, MW, Chaddock, L, Hu, L, Morris, KS, White, SM, Wojcicki, TR, McAuley, E, Kramer, AF. (2009). Aerobic fitness is associated with hippocampal volume in elderly humans. Hippocampus. 19(10): 1030-1039.

36. Prakash, RS, Erickson, KI, Colcombe, SJ, Kim, JS, Sutton, B, Kramer, AF. (2009). Age-related differences in the involvement of the prefrontal and parietal cortex in attentional control. Brain & Cognition. 71(3): 328-35.

37. Carlson, MC, Erickson, KI, Voss, MW, Kramer, AF, Bolea, N, Mielke, M, Rebok, G, McGill, S, Fried, LF. (2009). Evidence for neurocognitive plasticity in At-risk older adults: The Experience Corps Program. Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences. 64 (12): 1275-82.

38. Erickson, KI, Voss, MW, Prakash, RS, Chaddock, L, Kramer, AF. (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.

39. Erickson, KI, Boot, WR, Basak, C, Neider, MB, Prakash, RS, Voss, MW, Graybiel, AM, Simons, DJ, Fabiani, M, Gratton, G, Kramer, AF. (2010). Striatum volume predicts level of video game skill acquisition. Cerebral Cortex. 20(11): 2522-30.

40. Heo, S, Prakash, RS, Voss, MW, Erickson, KI, Ouyang, C, Sutton, BP, Kramer, AF. (2010). Resting hippocampal blood flow, spatial memory and aging. Brain Research. 1315: 119-27.

41. Voss, MW, Erickson, KI, Prakash, RS, Chaddock, L, Malkowski, E, Alves, H, Kim, JS, Morris, KS, White, SM, Wojcicki, TR, Szabo, A, Klamm, E, McAuley, E, Kramer, AF. (2010). Functional connectivity: a source of variance in the association between cardiorespiratory fitness and cognition? Neuropsychologia. 48: 1394-1406.

42. Erickson, KI, Prakash, RS, Voss, MW, Chaddock, L, Heo, S, **McLaren, M, Pence, BD, Martin, SA, Vieira, VJ, Woods, JA, McAuley, E, Kramer, AF. (2010). BDNF is associated with age-related decline in hippocampal volume. Journal of Neuroscience. 30: 5368-75.

43. Chaddock, L, Erickson, KI, Prakash, RS, VanPatter, M, Voss, MW, Pontifex, MB, Raine, LB, Hillman, CH, Kramer, AF. (2010). Basal ganglia volume is associated with aerobic fitness in preadolescent children. Developmental Neuroscience. 32: 249-256.

44. Voss, MW, Prakash, RS, Erickson, KI, Basak, C, Chaddock, L, Kim, JS, Alves, H, Heo, S, Szabo, A, White, SM, Wojcicki, TR, Klamm, E, Gothe, N, Olson, EA, McAuley, E, Kramer, AF. (2010). Plasticity of brain networks in a randomized intervention trial of exercise training in older adults. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. 2: 1-17.

45. Erickson, KI, Raji, CA, Lopez, OL, Becker, JT, Rosano, C, Newman, AB, Gach, HM, Thompson, PM, Ho, AJ, Kuller, LH. (2010). Physical activity predicts gray matter volume in late adulthood: the Cardiovascular Health Study. Neurology. 75: 1415-22.

46. Chaddock, L, Erickson, KI, Prakash, RS, Kim, JS, Voss, MW, VanPatter, M, Pontifex, MB, Raine, LB, Konkel, A, Hillman, CH, Cohen, NJ, Kramer, AF. (2010). A neuroimaging investigation of the association between aerobic fitness, hippocampal volume and memory performance in preadolescent children. Brain Research. 1358: 172-83.

47. Boot, WR, Basak, C, Erickson, KI, Neider, MB, Simons, DJ, Fabiani, M, Gratton, G, Voss, MW, Prakash, RS, Lee, H, Kramer, AF. (2010). Transfer of skill engendered by complex task training under conditions of variable priority. Acta Psychologica. 135: 349-57.

48. Prakash, RS, Voss, MW, Erickson, KI, Lewis, JM, Chaddock, L, Malkowski, E, Alves, H, Kim, JS, Szabo, A, White, SM, Wojcicki, TR, Klamm, EL, McAuley, E, Kramer, AF. (2011). Cardiorespiratory fitness predicts neural flexibility of anterior processing regions in older adults. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 4 (229): 1-12.

49. Vo, LTK, Walther, DB, Kramer, AF, Erickson, KI, Boot, WR, Voss, MW, Prakash, RS, Fabiani, M, Gratton, G, Simons, D, Wang, YM. (2011). Multi-voxel pattern analysis of fMRI data predicts learning of a complex video game: implications for individual differences in learning. PLoS One. 6(e16093): 1-9.

50. Szabo, AN, McAuley, E, Erickson, KI, Voss, MW, Prakash, RS, Mailey, EL, Wojcicki, TR, White, SM, Gothe, N, Olson, EA, Kramer, AF. (2011). Cardiorespiratory fitness, hippocampal volume and frequency of forgetting in older adults. Neuropsychology. 25: 545-53.

51. Erickson KI, Voss, MW, Prakash, RS, Basak, C, Szabo, A, Chaddock, L, Kim, JS, Heo,S, Alves, H, White, SM, Wojcicki, TR, Mailey, E, Vieira, VJ, Martin, SA, Pence, BP, Woods, JA, McAuley, E, Kramer, AF. (2011). Exercise training increases size of hippocampus and improves memory. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 108: 3017-22.

52. McAuley, E, Szabo, AN, Mailey, E, Erickson, KI, Voss, MW, White, SM, Wojcicki, TR, Gothe, N, Olson, EA, Mullen, SP, Kramer, AF. (2011). Non-exercise estimated cardiorespiratory fitness: associations with brain structure and memory complaints in older adults’ mental health and physical activity. Mental Health and Physical Activity. 4: 5-11.

53. Basak, C, Boot, W, Erickson, KI, Voss, MW, Prakash, RS, Kramer, AF. (2011). Regional differences in brain volume predict the acquisition of skill in a complex real-time strategy video game. Brain & Cognition. 76: 407-14.

54. *Weinstein, AM, Erickson, KI. (2011). Healthy body equals healthy mind. GenerationsJournal of the American Society on Aging. 35: 92-98.

55. McAuley E, Mullen SP, Szabo AN, White SM, Wojcicki TR, Mailey EL, Gothe N, Voss MW, Erickson KI, Prakash RS, Kramer AF. (2011). Self-regulatory processes and exercise adherence in older adults: executive function, self-efficacy, and strategy effects. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 41: 284-290.

56. Sattler, C, Erickson, KI, Toro, P, Schroder, J. (2011). Physical fitness as a protective factor for cognitive impairment in a prospective-based study in Germany. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease. 26: 709-18.

57. Erickson KI, *Miller DL, Roecklein KA. (2012). The aging hippocampus: interactions between exercise, depression, and BDNF. Neuroscientist. 18: 82-97.

58. Voss, M.W., Prakash, R.S., Erickson, K.I., Boot, W.R., Basak, C., Neider, M.B., Simons, D.J., 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: 138-48.

59. Chaddock, L, Erickson, KI, Prakash, RS, Voss, MW, VanPatter, M, Pontifex, MB, Hillman, CH, Kramer, AF. (2012). A functional MRI investigation of the association between childhood aerobic fitness and neurocognitive control. Biological Psychology. 89: 260-8.

60. Erickson KI, *Miller, DL, *Weinstein, AM, Akl, SL, Banducci, SE. (2012). Physical activity and brain plasticity in late adulthood: a conceptual review. Ageing Research. 4: 34-47.

61. Lee H, Boot WR, Basak C, Voss MW, Prakash RS, Neider M, Erickson KI, Simons DJ, Fabiani M, Gratton G, Low KA, Kramer AF. (2012). Performance gains from directed training do not transfer to untrained tasks. Acta Psychologica. 139: 146-58.

62. *Weinstein, AM, Voss, MW, Prakash, RS, Chaddock L, Szabo, A, White, SM, Wojcicki, TR, Mailey, E, McAuley, E, Kramer, AF, Erickson, KI. (2012). The association between aerobic fitness and executive function is mediated by prefrontal cortex volume. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 26: 811-9.

63. Erickson, KI, *Weinstein, AM, Sutton, BP, Prakash, RS, Voss, MW, Chaddock, L, Szabo, A, Mailey, E, White, SM, Wojcicki, TR, McAuley, E, Kramer, AF. (2012). Beyond vascularization: aerobic fitness on n-acetylaspartate and memory. Brain and Behavior. 2: 32-41.

64. ^Verstynen, TD, *Weinstein, AM, Schneider, WW, Jakicic, JM, Rofey, DL, Erickson, KI. (2012). Increased body mass index is associated with global decreases in white matter microstructural integrity. Psychosomatic Medicine, 74: 682-90.

65. ^Verstynen, TD, **Lynch, B, *Miller, DL, Voss, MW, Prakash, RS, Chaddock, L, Basak, C, Szabo, A, Olson, EA, Wojcicki, TR, Fanning, J, Gothe, NP, McAuley, E, Kramer, AF, Erickson, KI. (2012). Caudate nucleus volume mediates the link between cardiorespiratory fitness and cognitive flexibility in older adults. Journal of Aging Research. 2012: 939285.

66. Jovanecevic, J, Rosano, C, Perera, S, Erickson, KI, Studenski, S. (2012). Interactive video dance in postmenopausal women: a randomized clinical trial. BMC Geriatrics. 12:23.

67. **Wnuk, A, Korol, DL, Erickson, KI. (2012). Estrogens, hormone therapy, and hippocampal volume in postmenopausal women. Maturitas. 73: 186-90.

68. Wilckens, KA, Erickson, KI, Wheeler, ME. (2012). Age-related decline in controlled retrieval: the role of the PFC and sleep. Neural Plasticity. 2012: 624795.

69. Erickson, KI, *Weinstein, AM, Lopez, OL. (2012). Physical activity, brain plasticity, and Alzheimer’s disease. Archives of Medical Research, 43: 615-21.

70. *Leckie, RL, *Weinstein, AM, Hodzic, JC, Erickson, KI. (2012). Potential moderators of physical activity on brain health. Journal of Aging Research, 2012: 948981.

71. Erickson, KI, Barr, LL, *Weinstein, AM, Banducci, SE, Akl, SL, Santo, NM, *Leckie, RL, Oakley, M, Saxton, J, Aizenstein, HJ, Becker, JT, Lopez, OL. (2013). Measuring physical activity with accelerometry in a community sample with dementia. Journal of the American Geriatic Society, 61: 158-59.

72. Voss, MW, Erickson, KI, Prakash, RS, Chaddock, L, Kim, JS, Alves, H, Szabo, A, White, SM, Wojcicki, TR, Mailey, EL, Olson, EA, Gothe, N, Potter, VV, Martin, SA, Pence, BD, Cook, MD, Woods, JA, McAuley, E, Kramer, AF. (2013). Neurobiological markers of exercise-related brain plasticity in older adults. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 28: 90-99.

73. Erickson, KI, Hohmann, T. Aging, Exercise, and Brain Health. (2013). German Journal of Sport Sciences, 20; 25-32 [printed in German].

74. Chaddock-Heyman, L, Erickson, KI, Voss, MW, Knecht, AM, Pontifex, MB, Castelli, DM, Hillman, CH, Kramer, AF. (2013). The effects of physical activity on functional MRI activation associated with cognitive control in children: A randomized controlled intervention. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7, 2-13.

75. Erickson, KI. (2013). Evidence for structural brain plasticity in humans: comment on Thomas and Baker (2012). Neuroimage, 73: 237-38.

76. Erickson, KI, Gildengers, AG, Butters, MA. (2013). Physical Activity and Brain Plasticity in Late Adulthood. Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience, 15: 99-108.

77. Voss, MW, Heo, S, Prakash, RS, Erickson, KI, Alves, H, Chaddock, L, Szabo, A, Mailey, E, Wojcicki, T, White, S, Gothe, N, McAuley, E, Sutton, B, Kramer, AF. (2013). The influence of aerobic fitness on cerebral white matter integrity and cognitive function in older adults: results of a one-year exercise intervention. Human Brain Mapping, 34: 2972-85.

78. Gianaros, PJ, Marsland, AL, Sheu, LK, Erickson, KI, Verstynen, TD. (2013). Inflammatory pathways link socioeconomic disadvantage to white matter architecture. Cerebral Cortex, 23(9): 2058-71.

79. Erickson, KI, Banducci, SE, *Weinstein, AM, MacDonald, AW 3rd, Ferrel, RE, Halder, I, Flory, JD, Manuck, SB. (2013). The BDNF val66met polymorphism moderates an effect of physical activity on working memory performance. Psychological Science, 24: 1770-79.

80. Verstynen TD, *Weinstein, AM, Erickson, KI, Sheu LK, Marsland A, Gianaros, PJ. (2013). Competing physiological pathways link individual differences in weight and abdominal adiposity to white matter microstructure. NeuroImage, 79: 129-37.

81. Chaddock-Heyman, L, Erickson, KI, Voss, MW, Powers, JP, Knecht, A, Pontifex, MB, Drollette, ES, Moore, RD, Raine, LB, Scudder, MR, Hillman, CH, Kramer, AF. (2013). White matter microstructure is associated with cognitive control in children. Biological Psychology, 94: 109-115.

82. Muldoon, MF, Erickson, KI, Goodpaster, BH, Jakicic, JM, Conklin, SM, Sekikawa, A, Yao, JK, Manuck, SB. (2013). Long-chain, n-3 fatty acids and physical activity – independent and interactive associations with cardiometabolic risk. Journal of Nutrition, 143(9): 1414-20.

83. Bherer, L, Erickson, KI, Liu-Ambrose, T. (2013). A review of the effects of physical activity and exercise on cognitive and brain functions in older adults. Journal of Aging Research, 657508.

84. Voss, MW, Wong, CN, Baniqued, PL, Burdette, JH, Erickson, KI, Prakash, RS, McAuley, E, Laurienti, PJ, Kramer, AF. (2013). Aging brain from a network science perspective: something to be positive about? PLoS One, 8(11): e78345.

85. Onyewuenyi, IC, Muldoon, MF, Christie, IC, Erickson, KI, Gianaros, PJ. (2014). Basal ganglia morphology links the metabolic syndrome and depressive symptoms. Physiology and Behavior, 123: 214-22.

86. Pardini, DA, Raine, A, Erickson, KI, Loeber, R. (2014). Longitudinal evidence that low amygdala volume in adulthood is associated with childhood-onset aggression, early psychopathic features and future violence. Biological Psychiatry, 75(1): 73-80.

87. Gothe, N, Fanning, J, Awick, E, Chung, D, Wocicki, TR, Olson EA, Mullen SP, Voss, M, Erickson, KI, Kramer, AF, McAuley, E. (2014). Executive function processes predict mobility in older adults. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 62: 285-90.

88. Diniz BS, Reynolds CF, Begley A, Dew MA, Anderson SJ, Lotrich F, Erickson KI, Butters MA. (2014). Brain-derived neurotrophic factor levels in late-life depression and comorbid Mild Cognitive Impairment: a longitudinal study. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 49: 96-101.

89. Erickson KI, *Oberlin L, *Gujral S, *Leckie R, *Weinstein A, Hodzic, J, Dabbagh A, Whitmoyer P, Wollam M. (2014). Exercise as a way of capitalizing on neuroplasticity in late adulthood. Topics in Geriatric Rehabilitation, 30: 8-14.

90. Tian, Q, Erickson, KI, Simonsick, EM, Aizenstein, HJ, Glynn, NW, Boudreau, RM, Newman, AB, Kritchevsky, SB, Yaffe, K, Harris, T, Rosano, C. (2014). Physical Activity Predicts Microstructural Integrity in Memory Networks in Very Old Adults. Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences, 69: 1284-90.

91. Chuang, YF, Eldreth, D, Erickson, KI, Varma, V, Harris, G, Fried, LP, Rebok, GW, Tanner, EK, Carlson, MC. (2014). Cardiovascular risks and brain function: an fMRI study of executive function in older adults. Neurobiology of Aging, 35: 1396-403.

92. Karim, HT, Sparto PJ, Aizenstein, HJ, Furman JM, Huppert, TJ, Erickson, KI, Loughlin, PJ. (2014). Functional MR imaging of a simulated balance task. Brain Research, 1555: 20-27.

93. Muhei-aldin, O, VanSwearingen, J, Karim, H, Huppert, TJ, Sparto, PJ, Erickson, KI, Sejdic, E. (2014). An investigation of fMRI time series stationarity during motor sequence learning foot tapping tasks. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 227C: 75-82.

94. Wilckens, KA, Woo, S, Erickson, KI, Wheeler, ME. (2014). Sleep continuity and total sleep time are associated with task-switching and preparation in young and older adults. Journal of Sleep Research, 23: 508-16.

95. Nagamatsu, LS, Flicker, L, Kramer, AF, Voss, MW, Erickson, KI, Hsu, CL, Liu-Ambrose, T. (2014). Exercise is medicine, for the body and the brain. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 48: 943-44.

96. Erickson, KI, *Leckie, RL, *Weinstein, AM. (2014). Physical activity, fitness, and gray matter volume. Neurobiology of Aging, 35: S20-S28.

97. Barnard, ND, Bush, AI, Ceccarelli, A, Cooper, J, de Jager, CA, Erickson, KI, Fraser, G, Keller, S, Levin, SM, Lucey, B, Morris, MC, Squitti, R. (2014). Dietary and Lifestyle Guidelines for the Prevention of Alzheimer’s Disease. Neurobiology of Aging, 35: S74-S78.

98. *Gujral, S, Manuck, SB, Ferrell, RE, Flory, JD, Erickson, KI. (2014). The BDNF Val66Met polymorphism does not moderate the effect of physical activity on depressive symptoms in midlife. Journal of Psychiatry Research, 218: 93-97.

99. *Leckie, RL, Manuck, SB, Bhattacharee, N, Muldoon, MF, Flory, JM, Erickson, KI. (2014). Omega-3 fatty acids moderate effects of physical activity on cognitive function. Neuropsychologia, 59: 103-111.

100. Wilckens, KA, Woo, SG, Kirk, AR, Erickson, KI, Wheeler, ME. (2014). The role of sleep continuity and total sleep time on executive function across the adult lifespan. Psychology and Aging, 29: 658-65.

101. Boyle CP, Raji CA, Erickson KI, Lopez OL, Becker JT, Gach HM, Longstreth WT, Teverovskiy L, Kuller LH, Carmichael O, Thompson PM. (2015). Obesity, Physical Activity, and Brain Atrophy in Alzheimer’s Disease. Neurobiology of Aging, 36: S194-202.

102. Raji, CA, Erickson, KI, Lopez, O, Kuller, LH, Gach, HM, Thompson, PM, Riverol, M, Becker, JT. (2014). Regular fish consumption and age-related brain gray matter loss. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 47: 444-51.

103. Chaddock-Heyman, L, Erickson, KI, Holtrop, JL, Pontifex, MB, Raine, LB, Hillman, CH, Kramer, AF. (2014). Aerobic fitness is associated with greater white matter integrity in children. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8: 584.

104. Vaughan, L, Erickson, KI, Espeland, MA, Smith JC, Tindle, H, Rapp, SR. (2014). Concurrent and longitudinal relationships between cognitive activity engagement, cognitive performance, and brain volume in older adult women. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 69: 826-36.

105. Tian, Q, Simonsick, EM, Erickson, KI, Aizenstein, HJ, Glynn, NW, Boudreau, RM, Newman, AB, Kritchevsky, SB, Yaffe, K, Harris, T, Rosano, C. (2014). Cardiorespiratory fitness and diffusion tensor imaging in adults over 80 years of age. Brain Research, 1588: 63-72.

106. Gilliam, MC, Forbes, E, Gianaros, PJ, Erickson, KI, Brennan, L, Shaw, D. (2015). Maternal depression in childhood and adolescence and aggression in young adulthood: evidence for mediation by offspring amgydala:hippocampal volume ratio. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 56: 1083-91.

107. *Leckie, RL, *Oberlin, LE, Voss, MW, Prakash, RS, Szabo-Reed, A, Chaddock-Heyman, L, Phillips, SM, Gothe, NP, Mailey, E, Vieira-Potter, VJ, Martin, SA, Pence, BD, Lin, M, Parasuraman, R, Greenwood, PM, Fryxell, KJ, Woods, JA, McAuley, E, Kramer, AF, Erickson, KI. (2014). BDNF mediates improvements in executive function following a 1-year exercise intervention. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8: 985.

108. Erickson, KI, Creswell, JD, Verstynen, T, Gianaros, PJ. (2014). Health Neuroscience: Defining a new field. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 23: 446-53.

109. Miller, MA, *Leckie, RL, Donofry, SD, Gianaros, PJ, Erickson, KI, Manuck, SB, Roecklein, KA. (2015). Seasonal variation in hippocampal volume and its relationship to mood. Hippocampus, 25: 534-43.

110. Prakash, RS, Voss, MW, Erickson, KI, Kramer, AF. (2015). Physical Activity and Cognitive Vitality. Annual Review of Psychology, 66: 769-97.

111. Erickson, KI, *Leckie, RL, *Weinstein, AM, Rachenkova, P, Sutton, B, Prakash, RS, Voss, MW, Chaddock-Heyman, L, McAuley, E, Kramer, AF. (2015). Education mitigates an age-related decline in N-acetylaspartate levels. Brain and Behavior, 5: e00311.

112. *Oberlin, LE, Manuck, SB, Gianaros, PJ, Ferrell, RE, Muldoon, MF, Jennings, JR, Flory, JD, Erickson, KI. (2015). Blood pressure interacts with APOE e4 genotype to predict memory performance in a midlife sample. Neuropsychology, 5: 693-702.

113. Kong, L, Herold, C, Zollner, F, Salat, DH, Lasser, MM, Schmid, LA, Fellhauer, I, Thomann, PA, Essig, M, Schad, LR, Erickson, KI, Schroder, J. (2015). Comparison of grey matter volume and thickness for analyzing cortical changes in chronic schizophrenia: A matter of surface area, grey/white matter intensity contrast and curvature. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, 231: 176-183.

114. Erickson, KI, Hillman, CH, Kramer, AF. (2015). Physical Activity, Brain, and Cognition. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 4: 27-32.

115. Tian, Q, Glynn, NW, Erickson, KI, Aizenstein, HJ, Simonsick, EM, Yaffe, K, Harris, TB, Boudreau, RM, Newman, AB, Lopez, OL, Saxton, J, Rosano, C. (2015). Objective measures of physical activity, white matter integrity, and cognitive status in adults over age 80. Behavioural Brain Research, 284: 51-57

116. Bender, CM, Merriman, JD, Ahrendt, GM, Berga, SL., Brufsky, AM, Casillo, FE, Dailey, MM, Erickson, KI, Kratofil, FM, McAullife, PF, Rosenzweig, MQ, Ryan, CM, Sereika, SM. (2015). Patterns of change in cognitive function with anastrozole therapy. Cancer, 121: 2627-36.

117. Carlson, MC, Kuo, J, Chuang, YF, Varma, V, Harris, G, Albert, M, Erickson, KI, Kramer, AF, Parisi, J, Xue, QL, Tan, E, Tanner, E, Gross, A, Seeman, TE, Gruenwald, T, McGill, S, Rebok, GW, Fried, LP. (2015). Impact of the Baltimore Experience Corps Trial on cortical and hippocampal volumes. Alzheimer’s & Dementia, 11: 1340-8.

118. Novelli, EM, Sarles, CE, Aizenstein, HJ, Ibrahim, TS, Butters, MA, Jennings, RJ, Ritter, AC, Barge, S, Erickson, KI, Rosano, C. (2015). Abnormal venular density by 7Tesla MRI Correlates with Cognitive Function and Severity of Anemia in Sickle Cell Anemia. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, 233: 18-22.

119. Chaddock-Heyman, L, Erickson, KI, Kienzler, C, King, M, Pontifex, MB, Raine, LB, Hillman, CH, Kramer, AF. (2015). The role of aerobic fitness in cortical thickness and mathematics achievement in preadolescent children. PLosONE, 10(8): e0134115.

120. Rofey, DL, Arslanian, SA, el Nokali, NE, Verstynen, TD, Watt, JC, Black, JJ, Sax, R, Krall, JS, Proulx, C, Dillon, M, Erickson, KI. (2015). Brain volume and white matter in youth with Type 2 Diabetes compared to obese and normal weight peers: a pilot study. International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience, 46: 88-91.

121. Wollam, ME, *Weinstein, AM, Saxton, JA, Morrow, L, Snitz, B, Fowler, NR, Suever Erickson, BL, Roecklein, KA, Erickson, KI. (2015). Genetic risk score predicts late-life cognitive impairment. Journal of Aging Research, 2015: 267062.

122. Wong, CN, Chaddock-Heyman, L, Voss, MW, Burzynska, AZ, Basak, C, Erickson, KI, Prakash, RS, Szabo-Reed, AN, Phillips, SM, Wojcicki, T, Mailey, EL, McAuley, E, Kramer, AF. (2015). Brain activation during dual-task processing is associated with cardiorespiratory fitness and performance in older adults. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 7: 154.

123. Chaddock-Heyman, L, Mackenzie, MJ, Zuniga, K, Cooke, G, Awick, E, Roberts, S, Erickson, KI, McAuley, E, Kramer, AF. (2015). Higher cardiorespiratory fitness levels are associated with greater hippocampal volume in breast cancer survivors. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9:465.

124. Smith, JC, Erickson, KI, Rao, SM (2015). Introduction to the JINS Special Issue: Physical Activity and Brain Plasticity. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 21: 743-4.

125. Drollette, ES, Scudder, MR, Raine, LB, Moore, RD, Pontifex, MB, Erickson, KI, Hillman, CH. (2016). The sexual dimorphic association of cardiorespiratory fitness to working memory in children. Developmental Science, 19: 90-108.

126. *Oberlin, LE, Verstynen, TD, Burzynska, AZ, Voss, MW, Prakash, RS, Chaddock-Heyman, L, Wong, C, Fanning, J, Awick, E, Gothe, N, Phillips, SM, Mailey, E, Ehlers, D, Olson, E, Wojcicki, T, McAuley, E, Kramer, AF, Erickson, KI. (2016). White matter microstructure mediates the relationship between cardiorespiratory fitness and spatial working memory in older adults. NeuroImage, 131: 91-101.

127. Jackson, PA, Pialoux, V, Corbett, D, Drogos, L, Erickson, KI, Eskes, GA, Poulin, MJ. Promoting brain health through exercise and diet in older adults: a physiological perspective (2016). Journal of Physiology, 594: 4485-98.

128. Jorgensen, L, Palmer, C, Pratt, S, Erickson, KI, Moncrieff, D. (2016). The effect of decreased audibility on MMSE performance: a measure commonly used for diagnosing dementia. Journal of the American Academy of Audiology, 27: 311-323.

129. Gildengers, AG, Butters, MA, Albert, SM, Anderson, SJ, Dew, MA, Erickson, KI, Garand, L, Karp, JF, Lockovich, MH, Morse, J, Reynolds, CF. (2016). The design and implementation of an intervention development study: Retaining Cognition While Avoiding Late-Life Depression. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 24: 444-54.

130. Nagamatsu, LS, *Weinstein, AM, Erickson, KI, Fanning, J, Awick, EA, Kramer, AF, 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.

131. Espeland, MA, Erickson, KI, Neiberg, RH, Jakicic, JM, Wadden, TA, Wing, RR, Desiderio, L, Erus, G, Hsieh, MK, Davatzikos, C, Maschak-Carey, BJ, Laurienti, PJ, Demos-McDermott, K, Bryan, RN. (2016). Brain and white matter hyperintensity volumes after ten years of random assignment to lifestyle intervention. Diabetes Care, 39: 764-71.

132. Raji, CA, Merrill, DA, Eyre, H, Malla, S, Torosyan, N, Erickson, KI, Lopez, OL, Becker, JT, Carmichael, OT, Gach, HM, Thompson, PM, Longstreth, WT, Kuller, LH. (2016). Longitudinal relationships between caloric expenditure and gray matter in the Cardiovascular Health Study. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, 52: 719-29.

133. Lukach, AJ, Jedrziewski, MK, Grove, GA, Mechanic-Hamilton, DJ, Williams, SS, Wollam, ME, Erickson, KI. (2016). Rhythm Experience and Africana Culture Trial (REACT!): A culturally salient intervention to promote neurocognitive health, mood, and well-being in older African Americans. Contemp Clin Trials, 48: 41-5.

134. Chaddock-Heyman, L, Erickson, KI, Chappell, MA, Kienzler, C, Johnson, CL, Knecht, A, Drollette, ES, Raine, LB, Scudder, MR, Kao, SC, Hillman, CH, Kramer, AF. (2016). Aerobic fitness is associated with greater hippocampal cerebral blood flow in children. Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 20: 52-8.

135. Donofry, SD, Roecklein, KA, Wildes, JE, Miller, MA, & Erickson, KI (2016). Alterations in Emotion Generation and Regulation Neurocircuitry in Depression and Eating Disorders: A Comparative Review of Structural and Functional Neuroimaging Studies. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 68: 911-927.

136. Stillman, CM, Watt, JC, Grove, GA, Wollam, ME, Uyar, F, Mataro, M, Cohen, NJ, Howard, DV, Howard, JH, Erickson, KI. (2016). Physical activity is associated with impaired implicit learning but enhanced relational memory and executive functioning in young adults. PlosOne, 11(9):e0162100.

137. Wilckens, KA, Hall, MH, Erickson, KI, Germain A, Nimgaonkar, VL, Monk, TH, Buysse, DJ. (in press). Sleep continuity, slow-wave activity, and insomnia are associated with task-switching in older adults. Sleep Medicine.

138. Nadkarni, NK, Lopez, OL, Perera, S, Studenski, SA, Snitz, BE, Erickson, KI, Mathis, CA, Nebes, RD, Redfern, M, Klunk, WE. (in press). Cerebral amyloid deposition and dual-tasking in cognitively normal, mobility unimpaired older adults. Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences.

139. Casanova, R, Hayasaka, Saldana, S, Bryan, RN, Demos, KE, Desiderio, L, Erickson, KI, Espeland, MA, Nasrallah, IM, Wadden, T, Laurienti, P. (2016). Relative differences in resting-state brain connectivity associated with long-term intensive lifestyle intervention. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 74: 231-239.

140. Yeh, FC, Vettel, JM, Singh, A, Poczos, B, Grafton, S, Erickson, KI, Tseng, WYI, Verstynen, TD. (in press). Quantifying differences and similarities in whole-brain white matter architecture using local connectome fingerprints. PLOS Computational Biology.

141. Wilckens, KA, Erickson, KI, Wheeler, ME. (in press). Physical activity and cognition: a mediating role of efficient sleep. Behavioral Sleep Medicine.

142. Barha, C, Galea, L, Nagamatsu, L, Erickson, KI, Ambrose, TL. (in press). Personalizing exercise recommendations for brain health: considerations and future directions. British Journal of Sports Medicine.

Submitted Manuscripts

1. Boyle, C, Raji, CA, Erickson, KI, Lopez, OL, Becker, JT, Gach, HM, Longstreth, WT, Popov, M, Kuller, L, Carmichael, OT, Thompson, PM. Estrogen and brain structure in a multi-center cohort of post-menopausal women.

2. Brown, BM, Sohrabi, HR, Taddei, K, Gardener, SL, Rainey-Smith, SR, Erickson, KI, Clarnette, R, Martins, RN. The relationship between exercise and measures of neuropathology in pre-symptomatic autosomal dominant Alzheimer’s disease.

3. Dacosta-Aguayo, R, Zinke, W, Lamonja, N, *Oberlin, LE, Pera, G, Sas, MA, Via, M, Lopez-Cancio, E, Caceres, C, Arenillas, JF, Bargallo, N, Grana, M, Raya, JJS, Davalos, A, Erickson, KI, Mataro, M. Physical activity, cognition, and white matter integrity in population-based healthy middle aged adults.

4. *Gujral, S, McAuley, E, *Oberlin, LE, Kramer, AF, Erickson, KI. Neural predictors of adherence to a 12-month randomized physical activity trial.

5. *Gujral, S, Aizenstein, H, Reynolds, CF, Butters, MA, Erickson, KI. Exercise effects on depression: possible neural mechanisms.

6. Hillman, CH, Erickson, KI, Hatfield, BD. Run for your life! Childhood physical activity effects on brain and cognition.

7. Karim, HT, Huppert, TJ, Erickson, KI, Wollam, M, Sparto, PJ, Sejdic, E, VanSwearingen, JM. Motor sequence learning-induced neural efficiency in functional brain connectivity.

8. Khasawinah, S, Chuang, YF, Caffo, B. Erickson, KI, Kramer, AF, Carlson, MC. The association between functional connectivity and cognitive outcomes in older adults.

9. Kundu, S, Kolouri, S, Erickson, KI, Kramer, AF, McAuley, E, Rohde, G. Multiscale variational optimal transport for medical image modeling and analysis.

10. Kuo, JH, Parisi, JM, Erickson, KI, Nahin, R, Rapp, SR, Snitz, B, Williamson, J, Fitzpatrick, A, Carlson, MC. Late-life lifestyle activity as a buffer for cognitive decline.

11. Miller, MA, Germain, A, Van Cott, AC, Donofry, SD, Erickson, KI, Roecklein, KA. Circadian disruption as a mechanism in long-term mood and cognitive impairments following TBI.

12. Myers, JS, Erickson, KI, Sereika, S, Bender, C. Exercise as an intervention to mitigate decreased cognitive function from cancer and cancer treatment.

13. Nunley, KA, Leckie, RL, Orchard, TJ, Costacou, T, Aizenstein, HJ, Jennings, JR, Erickson, KI, Rosano, C. Physical activity and hippocampal volume in middle-aged adults with childhood-onset type 1 diabetes.

14. Shaaban, CE, Aizenstein, HJ, Jorgensen, DJ, Meckes, NA, Erickson, KI, Glynn, NW, Mettenburg, J, Cohen, R, Guralnik, J, Newman, AB, Ibrahim, TS, Laurienti, PJ, Rosano, C. Neuroimaging markers of small brain vessels measured at 7Tesla in community-dwelling older adults.

15. ^Stillman, CM, *Cohen, J, Lehman, M, Erickson, KI. Mediators of physical activity on neurocognitive function: a review at multiple levels of analysis.

16. ^Stillman, CM, Lopez, OL, Becker, JT, Kuller, LH, Mehta, PD, Tracy, RP, Erickson, KI. Physical activity reduces plasma β amyloid levels and decreases risk for cognitive impairment in older adults: Longitudinal results from the Cardiovascular Health Study

17. Verstynen TD, *Leckie RL, *Weinstein AM, Jakicic JM, Rofey DL, Erickson KI. Weight-related variation in cortico-basal ganglia connectivity predicts inefficient executive control processing.

18. Vo, LTK, Wang, MY, Kramer, AF, Lee, H, Boot, WR, Voss, MW, Erickson, KI, Walther, DB. Nonheme iron captured by the time-averaged T2* signal predicts learning abilities.


1. Erickson, KI. (2013). Therapeutic effects of exercise on cognitive function. Journal of the American Geriatric Society, 61: 2038-9.

2. Bherer, L, Erickson, KI, Liu-Ambrose, T. (2013). Physical Exercise and Brain Functions in Older Adults. Journal of Aging Research, 197326: 1-2.

Book Chapters

1. Kramer, AF, Erickson, KI, McAuley, E. (2008). Effects of physical activity on cognition and brain. Stuss, DT, Winocur, G, Robertson, IH. (Eds), Cognitive neurorehabilitation: Evidence and applications (2nd Edition). United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

2. Erickson, KI, Korol, DL. (2009). The effects of hormone replacement therapy on the brains of postmenopausal women: A review of human neuroimaging studies. Chodzko-Zajko, W, Kramer, AF., Poon, L. (Eds), Enhancing Cognitive Functioning and Brain Plasticity (1st Edition).

3. Erickson, KI. (2011). Augmenting brain and cognition by aerobic exercise. Foundations of Augmented Cognition. Directing the Future of Adaptive Systems, Volume 6780, p. 30-38.

4. Erickson, KI. (2012). Physical Activity and Brain Functions. Blair, S, Haskell, B, Bouchard, C, (Eds). Physical Activity and Health (2nd Edition). Human Kinetics.

5. Erickson, KI, *Miller, DL, *Weinstein, AM. (2012). Physical activity training on brain and cognition. Wahl, HW, Tesch-Romer, C, Ziegelmann, J. (Eds). Angewandte Gerontologie: Interventionen fur ein gutes Altern in 100 Schlusselbegriffen. Kohlhammer.

6. Erickson, KI, Banducci, SE, Akl, SL. (2012). Effects of exercise on cognitive processing studied by MRI in elderly people. Boecker, H, Hillman, C, Scheef, L, Struder, HK. Functional Neuroimaging in Exercise and Sport Sciences. Springer, NY.

7. *Miller, DL, *Weinstein, AM, Erickson, KI. (2012). Structural plasticity induced by physical exercise. Boecker, H, Hillman, C, Scheef, L, Struder, HK. Functional Neuroimaging in Exercise and Sport Sciences. Springer, NY.

8. Erickson, KI. (2013). Exercise on the Brain. Pashler, Harold (Ed), Encyclopedia of the Mind. SAGE publications.

9. Erickson, KI. (in press). Aging, Training, and Brain Plasticity. Proceedings from the Marcilius-Kolleg Summer School Program.

10. Hillman, CH, Erickson, KI. (2012). Cognition, Exercise. Mooren, F & Skinner, J (Eds). Encyclopedia of Exercise Medicine in Health and Disease. Springer.

11. Voss, MW, Erickson, KI. (2013). Exercise effects on Brain and Cognition in Older Adults. Ekkakakis (Ed). Routledge Handbook of Physical Activity and Mental Health, Routledge.

12. Erickson, KI & Liu-Ambrose, T (in press). Exercise and Health on Brain Function. Schaie & Willis (Eds). Handbook for the Psychology of Aging.

13. Erickson, KI & Oberlin, LE. (2016). Exercise and Brain Functions. Park, Cabeza, Nyberg (Eds.) Handbook for the Cognitive Neuroscience of Aging.

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