LaPlume A, McKetton L, Levine B, Anderson ND, Troyer AK. Sex differences and modifiable dementia risk factors synergistically influence cognition over the adult lifespan. Alzheimer’s & Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment & Disease Monitoring (special issue). 2022; 1: e12301.

Rabi R, Chow R, Paracha S, Hasher L, Gardner S, Anderson ND and Alain C. The effects of aging and time of day on inhibitory control: An event-related potential study. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. 2022; 14:821043.

Chow R, Rabi R, Paracha S, Hasher L, Anderson ND and Alain C. Default mode network and neural phase synchronization in healthy aging: A resting state EEG study. Neuroscience. 2022; 485:116-128.

Koblinsky ND, Anderson ND, Ajwani F, Parrott MD, Dawson D, Marzolini S, Oh P, MacIntosh B,  Middleton L, Ferland G and Greenwood CE. Feasibility and preliminary efficacy of the LEAD trial: A cluster randomized controlled lifestyle intervention to improve hippocampal volume in older adults at-risk for dementia. Pilot and Feasibility Studies. 2022; 8(1):37.

LaPlume A, Anderson ND, McKetton L, Levine B, and Troyer AK. When I’m 64: Age-related variability in over 40,000 online cognitive test takers. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci. 2022; 77(1):104–117.

Chow R, Rabi R, Paracha S, Vasquez BP, Hasher L, Alain C, and Anderson ND. Reaction time intraindividual variability reveals inhibitory deficits in single- and multiple-domain amnestic mild cognitive impairment. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci. 2022; 77(1):71–83.

Alain C, Chow R, Lu J, Rabi R, Sharma VV, Shen D, Anderson ND, Binns M, Hasher L, Yao D, and Freedman M. Aging enhances neural activity in auditory, visual, and somatosensory cortices: The common cause revisited. The Journal of Neuroscience. 2022; 42(2):264–275.

LaPlume A, Paterson TSE, Gardner S, Stokes KA, Freedman M, Levine B, Troyer AK and Anderson ND. Interindividual and intraindividual variability in amnestic mild cognitive impairment (aMCI) measured with an online cognitive assessment. Journal Of Clinical And Experimental Neuropsychology. 2021; 43(8): 796-812.

Ghosh I, Liu CS, Swardfager W, Lanctot KL, Anderson ND. The potential roles of excitatory-inhibitory imbalances and the repressor element-1 silencing transcription factor in aging and aging-associated diseases. Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience. 2021; 117: 103683.

Koblinsky N, Meusel L-A, Greenwood CE, Anderson ND. Household physical activity attenuates the negative relationship between cardiovascular risk and brain volume in cognitively intact older adults. BMC Geriatrics. 2021; 21: 104.

Anderson ND, Baena E, Yang H, Köhler S. Familiarity deficits for recent but not lifetime experience in amnestic mild cognitive impairment. Neuropsychologia. 2021; 151: 107735.

Parrott MD, Fiocco AJ, Carmichael P-H, Laurin D, Greenwood CE, Anderson ND, Ferland G, Gaudreau P, Belleville S, Morais J, Kergot M-J., Fiocco AJ. The association between dietary pattern adherence, cognitively stimulating lifestyle, and cognitive function among older adults from the Québec longitudinal study on nutrition and successful aging. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences. 2021; 76: 444-450.

Jagtop S, Rotenberg S, Vandermorris S, Anderson ND, Davids-Brumer N, Darr M, Bernick A, Dawson DR. The utility of the Rey Auditory Verbal Learning Test as a telephone screening tool for detecting amnestic cognitive impairment in older adults with subjective cognitive decline. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology. 2021; 36: 626-631.

Kessler D, Anderson ND, Dawson DR. Occupational performance coaching for stroke survivors delivered via telerehabilitation using a single-case experimental design. British Journal of Occupational Therapy. 2021; 84(8): 488-496.

Aczel B, Szaszi B, Sarafoglou A, Kekecs Z, Kucharský Š, Benjamin D, Chambers C, Fisher A, Gelman A, Gernsbacher MA, Ioannidis JP, Johnson E, Jonas K, Kousta, S, Lilienfeld SO, Lindsay S, Morey C, Monafò M, Newall B, Pashler H, Shanks DR, Simons DJ, Wicherts J, Albarracin D, Anderson ND, Antonakis J, Arkes H, Back MD, Banks GC, Beevers C, Bennett AA, Bleidorn W, Boyer T, Cacciari C, Carter AS, Cesario J, Clifton C, Colombo J, Conroy RM, Cortese M, Cosci F, Cowan N, Crawford J, Crone E, Curtin J, Engle R, Farrell S, Fearon P, Fichman M, Frankenhuis W, Freund AM, Gaskell MG, Giner-Sorolla R, Green D, Greene RL, Harlow LL, Hoces de la Guardia F, Isaacowitz D, Kolodner J, Lieberman D, Logan GD, Mendes WB, Moersdorf L, Nyham B, Pollack J, Sullivan C, Vazire S, Waganmakers E.-J. A consensus-based transparency checklist for social and behavioral researchers. Nature Human Behaviour. 2020; 4(1): 4-6. Erratum in 4(1): 120.

Rabi RVasquez BP, Alain C, Hasher L, Belleville S, Anderson ND. Inhibitory control deficits in individuals with mild cognitive impairment: A meta-analysis. Neuropsychological Review. 2020; 30: 97-125.

D’Amico D, Parrott MD, Greenwood CE, Ferland G, Gaudreau P, Belleville S, Laurin D, Anderson ND, Kergoat M-J, Morais J, Presse N, Fiocco AJ. Sex differences in the relationship between diet pattern adherence and cognitive function among older adults: Findings from the NuAge study. Nutrition Journal. 2020; 19(1): 58.

Koblinsky ND, Atwi S, Cohen E, Anderson ND, Greenwood CE, MacIntosh BJ, Robertson AD. Lower thalamic blood flow is associated with slower stride velocity in older adults. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. 2020; 12: 1-10.

Vedel I, Sheets D, McAiney C, Clare L, Brodaty H, Mann J, Anderson N, Liu-Ambrose T, Loftus L, Gauthier S, Sivananthan S. CCCDTD5: Individual and community based psychosocial and other non-pharmacological interventions to support persons living with dementia and caregivers. Alzheimer’s & Dementia: Translational Research & Clinical Interventions. 2020; 6: e12086.

Srisaikaew P, Wongpakaran N, Anderson ND, Chen JJ, Kothan S, Varnado P, Unsrisong K, Mahakkanukrauh P. Fornix integrity is differently associated with cognition in healthy aging and non-amnestic mild cognitive impairment: a pilot diffusion tensor imaging study in Thai older adults. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. 2020; 12: 594002.

Anderson ND, Martin CB, Czyzo J, Köhler S. When gist and familiarity collide: Evidence from false recognition in younger and older adults. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences. 2019; 74(6):927-932.

Anderson ND. Cognitive neuroscience of aging [Editorial]. Journals of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences. 2019; 74(7):1083-1085.

Belleville S, Moussard A, Ansaldo AI, Belchoir P, Bherer L, Bier N, Bohbot VD, Bruneau M-A, Cuddy L, Gilbert B, Jokel R, Mahalingam K, McGilton K, Murphy KJ, Naglie G, Rochon E, Troyer AK, Anderson ND. Rationale and design of the ENGAGE study: A double-blind randomized controlled preference trial using a comprehensive cohort design to measure the effect of a cognitive and leisure-based intervention in older adults with a memory complaint. Trials. 2019; 20(1): 282.

McIntyre R, Anderson N, Baune BT, Brietzke E, Burdick K, Fossati P, Goorwood P, Harmer C, Harrison J, Harvey P, Mansur RB, Medalia A, Miskowiak K, Ramey T, Rong C, Rosenblat JD, Young A, Stahl SM. Expert consensus on screening and assessment of cognition in psychiatry. CNS Spectrums. 2019; 24(1): 154-162.

Anderson ND. Memory rehabilitation in healthy aging. In Knight BG (Editor in Chief), Neupert SD, Anderson ND, Wahl H-W, Pachana NA (Associate Editors). Oxford Encyclopedia of Psychology and Aging. Oxford University Press; 2019. p. 1035-1049.

Meusel L-A, Greenwood CE, Maione A, Tchistiakova E, MacIntosh BJ, Anderson ND. Cardiovascular risk and encoding-related hippocampal connectivity in older adults. BMC Neuroscience. 2019; 20(1):37.

Callahan BLAnderson ND. Effect of conceptual and lexical errorless learning in amnestic mild cognitive impairment. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. 2019; 29(6): 969-982.

Anderson ND. State of the science on mild cognitive impairment (MCI). CNS Spectrums. 2019; 24(1): 78-87.

Cyr, A-AAnderson ND. Effects of age and question framing on self-reported memory concerns. Experimental Aging Research. 2019; 45(1): 1-9.

Vasquez BPAnderson ND. Slow and steady: Training induced improvements to response time consistency are due to overall slowing and minimized extremely slow responses. Psychology and Aging. 2018; 33(8): 1181-1194.

Atwi S, Metcalfe AWS, Robertson AD, Rezmovitz J, Anderson ND, MacIntosh BJ. Attention-related brain activation is reduced in older adults with white matter hyperintensities during multi-echo fMRI. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 2018; 12: 748.

Cyr, A-AAnderson ND. Learning from your mistakes: Does it matter if you’re out in left foot, I mean field? Memory. 2018; 26(9): 1281-1290.

Anderson NDEbert PL, Grady CL, Jennings JM. Repetition lag training eliminates age-related recollection deficits (and gains are maintained over three months) but does not transfer: Implications for the fractionation of recollection. Psychology and Aging (Special Issue on Associative Memory). 2018; 33(1): 93-108.

Roberts JL, Anderson ND, Guild ECyr A-A, Jones RSP, Clare L. The benefits of errorless learning for people with amnestic mild cognitive impairment. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. 2018; 28(6): 984-996.

Anderson ND. Social capital and aging brain health. Invited chapter in S Folland & E Nauenberg (Eds.), Elgar Companion to Social Capital and HealthEdward Elgar Ltd; 2018. p. 113-124.

Craik FIM, Eftekhari E, Bialystok E, Anderson ND. Individual differences in executive functions and retrieval efficacy in older adults. Psychology and Aging. 2018; 33(8): 1105-1114.

Hansen M, De Amicas NK, Anderson ND, Binns MA, Clark AJ, & Dawson DR. Cognitive contributors to multiple errands test performance. American Journal of Occupational Therapy. 2018; 72(6): 7206205050.

Marzolini S, Brooks D, Oh P, Jagroop D, MacIntosh BJ, Anderson ND, Alter D, Corbett D. Aerobic with resistance training or aerobic training alone post-stroke: A randomized clinical trial. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 2018; 32: 209-222.

Vasquez BP, Binns MA, Anderson ND. Response time consistency is an indicator of executive control rather than global cognitive ability. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society. 2018; 24(5): 456-465.

Anderson ND, Winocur G. Cognitive rehabilitation in healthy aging. Invited chapter to appear in KM Heilman and SE Nadeau (Eds.), Cognitive changes of the aging brain. (Accepted Jul 16 2018). Cambridge University Press.

Mah L, Anderson ND, Verhoeff NPLG, Pollock BG. Negative emotional verbal memory biases in mild cognitive impairment and late-onset depression. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. 2017; 25(10): 1160-1170.

Clark AJ, Anderson ND, Nalder E, Arshad S, Dawson D. Reliability and construct validity of a revised Baycrest Multiple Errands Test. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. 2017; 27(5):667-684.

Anderson ND, Craik FIM. 50 years of cognitive aging theory. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences (Special Issue on Cognitive Aging). 2017; 72(1): 1-6.

Meusel L-A, Grady CL, Ebert PEAnderson ND. Brain-behavior relationships in source memory: Effects of age and memory ability. Cortex (Special Issue on Source Memory). 2017; 91: 221-233.

Nalder E, Clark AJ, Anderson ND, Dawson DR. Clinicians’ perceptions of the clinical utility of the Multiple Errands Test for adults with neurological conditions. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. 2017; 27(5):685-706.

Meusel-L-AAnderson ND, Parrott M, Yuen W, Tchistiakova E, MacIntosh B, Feldman S, Greenwood CE. Brain function is linked to LDL cholesterol in older adults with cardiovascular conditions. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 2017; 65(2): e51-e55.

Jokel R, Kieler A, Anderson ND, Black SE, Rochon E, Freedman M, Tang-Wai D, Graham S. Behavioral and neuroimaging changes after naming therapy for semantic variant PPA. Neuropsychologia. 2016; 89(Aug):191-216.

Vasquez BP, Binns M, Anderson ND. Staying on task: Age-related changes in the relationship between executive functioning and response time consistency. Journals of Gerontology: Psychological Science. 2016; 71(2):189-200.

Cyr AAAnderson ND. Learning from our mistakes: Effects of learning errors on memory in younger and older adults. In: Haslam C, Kessels R, editor(s). Make no mistake: The mechanisms, efficacy and application of errorless learning in rehabilitation. Psychology Press; 2016. p. 151-163.

Van Zon L, Kirby JR, Anderson N. The efficacy of a volunteer-administered cognitive stimulation program in long-term care homes. International Psychogeriatrics. 2016; 28(6):995-1004.

Craik FIM, Govoni R, Naveh-Benjamin M, Anderson ND. The effects of divided attention on encoding and retrieval processes in human memory. In: Craik FIM, editor(s). Memory, attention, and aging: Selected works of Fergus I.M. Craik. Taylor and Francis; 2016.

Cyr AAAnderson ND. Mistakes as stepping stones: Effects of errors on episodic memory among younger and older adults. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 2015; 41(3):841-850.

Anderson ND. Mild cognitive impairment. In: Whitbourne SK, editor(s). Encyclopedia of adulthood and aging. Wiley-Blackwell; 2015.

Tchistiakova E, Crane DE, Mikulis DJ, Anderson ND, Greenwood CE, Black SE, MacIntosh BJ. Vascular risk factor burden correlates with cerebrovascular reactivity but not resting state co-activation in the default mode network. Journal of Magnetic Resonance Imaging. 2015; 42(5):1369-1376.

Guild EBVasquez BPMaione AM, Mah L, Ween J, Anderson ND. Dynamic working memory performance in individuals with single-domain amnestic mild cognitive impairment. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology. 2014; 36(7):751-760.

Meusel LAKansal N, Tchistiakova E, Yuen W, MacIntosh BJ, Greenwood CE, Anderson ND. A systematic review of type 2 diabetes and hypertension in imaging studies of cognitive aging: Time to establish new norms. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. 2014; 6:148.

Tchistiakova E, Anderson ND, Greenwood CE, MacIntosh BJ. Combined effects of type 2 diabetes and hypertension associated with cortical thinning and impaired cerebrovascular reactivity relative to hypertension in older adults. Neuroimage: Clinical. 2014; 5:36-41.

Anderson ND, Damianakis T, Kröger E, Wagner LM, Dawson DR, Binns MA, Bernstein S, Caspi ECook SL, and the BRAVO team. The benefits associated with volunteering among seniors: A critical review and recommendations for future research. Psychological Bulletin. 2014; 140(6): 1505-1522.

Guild EB, Cripps JM, Anderson ND, Al-Aidroos N. Recollection can support hybrid visual search. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 2014; 21(1):142-148.

Jokel RAnderson ND. Restoring semantic memory, word by word: Insights from semantic dementia. In: Porter RH, editor(s). Hauppauge (United States): Nova publishers; 2014. p. 1-20.

Krpan KMAnderson ND, Stuss DT. Obstacles to remediating coping following traumatic brain injury. NeuroRehabilitation (Special Issue on Neuorobehavioural Disorders after Traumatic Brain Injury). 2013; 32(4):721-728.

Dawson DR, Anderson ND, Binns MA, Bottari C, Damianakis T, Hunt A, Polatajko HJ, Zwarenstein M. Managing executive dysfunction following acquired brain injury and stroke using an ecologically valid rehabilitation approach: a study protocol for a randomized, controlled trial. Trials. 2013; 14:306.

McLaughlin PM, Anderson ND, Rich JB, Chertkow H, Murtha SJ. Visual selective attention in amnestic mild cognitive impairment. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences. 2013; 69(6): 881-891.

Cyr AAAnderson ND. Updating misconceptions: Effects of age and confidence. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 2013; 20(3):574-580.

Troyer AK, Murphy KJ, Anderson ND, Craik FI, Moscovitch M, Maione A, Gao F. Associative recognition in mild cognitive impairment: relationship to hippocampal volume and apolipoprotein E. Neuropsychologia. 2012; 50(14):3721-3728.

Anderson NDGuild EBCyr AA, Roberts J, Clare L. Contributions of frontal and medial temporal lobe functioning to the errorless learning advantage. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation (Special Issue on Errorless Learning and Rehabilitation of Language and Memory Impairments). 2012; 22(2):169-186.

Guild EBAnderson ND. Self-generation amplifies the errorless learning effect in healthy older adults when transfer appropriate processing conditions are met. Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition. 2012; 19(5): 592-607.

Jokel RAnderson ND. Quest for the best: Effects of errorless and effortful encoding on word re-learning in semantic dementia. In: Conroy P, Lambon-Ralph MA, editor(s). Errorless learning and rehabilitation of language and memory impairments. Psychology Press; 2012.

Cyr AAAnderson ND. Trial-and-error learning improves source memory among young and older adults. Psychology and Aging. 2012; 27(2):429-439.

Jokel RAnderson ND. Quest for the best: effects of errorless and active encoding on word re-learning in semantic dementia. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation (Special Issue on Errorless Learning and Rehabilitation of Language and Memory Impairments). 2012; 22(2):187-214.

Anderson ND, Murphy KM, Troyer AK. Living with mild cognitive impairment: A guide to maximizing brain health and reducing dementia risk. Oxford University Press; 2012/7.

Anderson NDGuild EBCyr AA, Roberts J, Clare L. Contributions of frontal and medial temporal lobe functioning to the errorless learning advantage. In: Conroy P, Lambon-Ralph MA, editor(s). Errorless learning and rehabilitation of language and memory impairments. Psychology Press; 2012.

Anderson NDDavidson PS, Mason WP, Gao F, Binns MA, Winocur G. Right frontal lobe mediation of recollection- and familiarity-based verbal recognition memory: Evidence from patients with tumor resections. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 2011; 23(12):3804-3816.

Krpan KM, Stuss DT, Anderson ND. Coping behaviour following traumatic brain injury: What makes a planner plan and an avoider avoid? Brain Injury. 2011; 25(10):989-996.

Krpan KM, Stuss DT, Anderson ND. Planful versus avoidant coping: Behavior of individuals with moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury during a psychosocial stress test. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society. 2011; 17(2):248-255.

Salek Y, Anderson ND, Sergio L. Mild cognitive impairment is associated with impaired visual-motor planning when visual stimuli and actions are incongruent. European Neurology. 2011; 66(5):283-293.

Jokel R, Rochon E, Anderson ND. Errorless learning of computer-generated words in a patient with semantic dementia. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. 2010; 20(1):16-41.

Anderson ND, Winocur G, Palmer H. Principals of cognitive rehabilitation. In J Gurd, U Kishchka, and JC Marshall (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Clinical Neuropsychology (2nd Ed.) (pp. 50-77). Oxford University Press. 2010.

Dawson DR, Anderson ND, Burgess P, Cooper E, Krpan KM, Stuss DT. Further development of the Multiple Errands Test: Standardized scoring, reliability, and ecological validity for the Baycrest version. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 2009; 90(11):S41-51.

Ebert PLAnderson ND. Proactive and retroactive interference in young adults, healthy older adults, and older adults with amnestic mild cognitive impairment. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society. 2009; 15(1):83-93.

Lubinsky T, Rich JB, Anderson ND. Errorless learning and elaborative self-generation in healthy older adults and individuals with amnestic mild cognitive impairment: Mnemonic benefits and mechanisms. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society. 2009; 15(5):704-716.

Anderson NDEbert PL, Jennings JM, Grady CL, Cabeza R, Graham SJ. Recollection- and familiarity-based memory in healthy aging and amnestic mild cognitive impairment. Neuropsychology. 2008; 22(2):177-187.

Troyer AK, Murphy KJ, Anderson ND, Hayman-Abello BA, Craik FI, Moscovitch M. Item and associative memory in amnestic mild cognitive impairment: Performance on standardized memory tests. Neuropsychology. 2008; 22(1):10-16.

Troyer AK, Murphy KJ, Anderson ND, Moscovitch M, Craik FI. Changing everyday memory behaviour in amnestic mild cognitive impairment: A randomised controlled trial. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. 2008; 18(1):65-88.

Davidson PS, Gao FQ, Mason WP, Winocur G, Anderson ND. Verbal fluency, trail making, and Wisconsin Card Sorting Test performance following right frontal lobe tumor resection. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology. 2008; 30(1): 18-32.

Anderson ND, Lau M, Segal Z, Bishop SR. Mindfulness-based stress reduction and attentional control. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy. 2007; 14: 449-463.

Lau MA, Bishop SR, Segal ZV, Buis T, Anderson ND, Carlson L, Shapiro S, Carmody J, Abbey S, Devins G. The Toronto Mindfulness Scale: Development and validation. Journal of Clinical Psychology. 2006; 62(12): 1445-1467.

Anderson ND, Craik FI. The mnemonic mechanisms of errorless learning. Neuropsychologia. 2006; 44(14); 2806-2813.

Burgess PW, Alderman N, Forbes C, Costello A, Coates LM, Dawson DR, Anderson ND, Gilbert SJ, Dumontheil I, Channon S. The case for the development and use of “ecologically valid” measures of executive function in experimental and clinical neuropsychology. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society. 2006; 12(2): 194-209.

Bishop SR, Lau M, Shapiro S, Carlson L, Anderson ND, Carmody J, Segal Z, Abbey S, Speca M, Velting D, Devins G. Mindfulness: A proposed theoretical operational definition. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. 2004; 11(3): 230-241.

Anderson ND, Grady CL. Functional imaging in healthy aging and Alzheimer disease. In A Cronin-Golomb & PR Hof (Eds.), Interdisciplinary topics in gerontology Vol. 34: Vision in Alzheimer’s disease (pp. 62-95). Karger. 2004.

Abrey LE, Moskowitz CH, Mason WP, Crump M, Stewart D, Forsyth P, Paleologos N, Correa DD, Anderson ND, Caron D, Zelenetz A, Nimer SD, DeAngelis LM. Intensive methotrexate and cytarabine followed by high-dose chemotherapy with autologous stem-cell rescue in patients with newly diagnosed primary CNS lymphoma: an intent-to-treat analysis. Journal of Clinical Oncology. 2003; 21(22): 4151-4156.

Cabeza R, Locantore JK, Anderson ND. Lateralization of prefrontal activity during episodic memory retrieval: Evidence for the production-monitoring hypothesis. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 2003; 15(2): 249-259.

Correa D, Anderson ND, Glass A, Mason WP, DeAngelis LM, Abrey LE. Cognitive functions in primary central nervous system lymphoma patients treated with chemotherapy and stem cell transplantation: Preliminary findings. Clinical Advances in Hematology & Oncology. 2003; 1(8): 490.

Anderson ND, Winocur G, Palmer H. Principals of cognitive rehabilitation. In PW Halligan, U Kischka, & JC Marshall (Eds.), Oxford handbook of clinical neuropsychology (pp. 48-69). Oxford University Press. 2003.

Cabeza R, Anderson ND, Locantore JK, McIntosh AR. Aging gracefully: Compensatory brain activity in high-performing older adults. NeuroImage. 2002; 17(3):1394-1402.

Anderson ND. The attentional demands and attentional control of encoding and retrieval. In M Naveh-Benjamin, M Moscovitch, & HL Roediger III (Eds.), Perspectives on human memory and cognitive aging: Essays in honour of Fergus Craik (pp. 208-225). Psychology Press. 2001.

Craik FIM, Naveh-Benjamin M, Anderson ND. Encoding and retrieval processes: Similarities and differences. In F Gathercole, C Cornoldi, & M Conway (Eds.), Theories of memory. Volume II (pp. 61-86). East Sussex, England: Psychological Press. 2001.

Anderson ND, Grady C. Functional imaging in cognitively intact aged people. In PR Hof & CV Mobbs (Eds.), Functional neurobiology of aging (pp. 211-225). Academic Press. 2001.

Craik FI, Naveh-Benjamin M, Ishaik G, Anderson ND. Divided attention during encoding and retrieval: Differential control effects? Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 2000; 26(6): 1744-1749.

Naveh-Benjamin M, Craik FI, Gavrilescu D, Anderson ND. Asymmetry between encoding and retrieval processes: Evidence from divided attention and a calibration analysis. Memory & Cognition. 2000; 28(6): 965-976.

Cabeza R, Anderson ND, Houle S, Mangels JA, Nyberg L. Age-related differences in neural activity during item and temporal-order memory retrieval: A positron emission tomography study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 2000; 12(1): 197-206.

Anderson ND, Iidaka T, Cabeza R, Kapur S, McIntosh AR, Craik FI. The effects of divided attention on encoding- and retrieval-related brain activity: A PET study of younger and older adults. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 2000: 12(5): 775-792.

Iidaka T, Anderson ND, Kapur S, Cabeza R, Craik FI. The effect of divided attention on encoding and retrieval in episodic memory revealed by positron emission tomography. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 2000; 12(2): 267-280.

Anderson ND, Craik FIM. Memory in the aging brain. In E Tulving & FIM Craik (Eds.), Oxford handbook of memory (pp. 411-425). Oxford University Press. 2000.

Craik FIM, Anderson ND. Applying cognitive research to problems of aging. Attention and performance. 1999. XVII: 583-615.

Anderson ND. The attentional demands of encoding and retrieval in younger and older adults: 2. Evidence from secondary task reaction time distributions. Psychology and Aging. 1999; 14(4): 645-655.

Anderson ND, Craik FI, Naveh-Benjamin M. The attentional demands of encoding and retrieval in younger and older adults: 1. Evidence from divided attention costs. Psychology and Aging. 1998; 13(3): 405-423.

Craik FI, Govoni R, Naveh-Benjamin M, Anderson ND. The effects of divided attention on encoding and retrieval processes in human memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. 1996; 125(2): 159-180.

Craik FIM, Anderson ND, Kerr SA, Li KZH. Memory changes in normal ageing. In AD Baddeley, BA Wilson, & FN Watts (Eds.), Handbook of memory disorders (pp. 211-241). Wiley. 1995.