Sherry L. Willis mostly deals with Cognition, Developmental psychology, Gerontology, Activities of daily living and Randomized controlled trial. Her study on Cognitive training is often connected to Computer training as part of broader study in Cognition. Her work on Adult development as part of general Developmental psychology study is frequently connected to Longitudinal study, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
Sherry L. Willis has included themes like Psychological intervention, Physical exercise, Neuroimaging and Physical medicine and rehabilitation in her Gerontology study. In her research on the topic of Activities of daily living, Cognitive Intervention, Cognitive rehabilitation therapy, Verbal memory, Cognitive behavioral therapy and Episodic memory is strongly related with Cognitive therapy. Her Randomized controlled trial research focuses on Physical therapy and how it connects with Clinical trial and Cognitive decline.
Sherry L. Willis spends much of her time researching Cognition, Developmental psychology, Gerontology, Cognitive training and Longitudinal study. Her Cognition research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Randomized controlled trial, Activities of daily living and Cognitive decline. In her work, Cognitive rehabilitation therapy is strongly intertwined with Physical therapy, which is a subfield of Randomized controlled trial.
Her studies examine the connections between Gerontology and genetics, as well as such issues in Dementia, with regards to Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Intervention. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cognitive psychology, Cognitive therapy, Cognitive Intervention and Clinical psychology. She interconnects Cognitive behavioral therapy and Latent growth modeling in the investigation of issues within Cognitive therapy.
Sherry L. Willis mainly focuses on Cognition, Gerontology, Dementia, Clinical psychology and Developmental psychology. Her Cognition study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cognitive psychology and Cognitive decline. Her Gerontology study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Activities of daily living.
Sherry L. Willis combines subjects such as Everyday function and Disease with her study of Activities of daily living. Her research integrates issues of Effects of sleep deprivation on cognitive performance and Cognitive flexibility in her study of Developmental psychology. As part of one scientific family, Sherry L. Willis deals mainly with the area of Intervention, narrowing it down to issues related to the Cognitive impairment, and often Physical therapy and Cognitive training.
Her primary scientific interests are in Cognition, Cognitive decline, Dementia, Randomized controlled trial and Placebo. Her studies deal with areas such as Cognitive psychology and Healthy aging as well as Cognition. Her Cognitive decline study combines topics in areas such as Everyday function, Gerontology and Activities of daily living.
Her Randomized controlled trial research includes elements of Effects of sleep deprivation on cognitive performance, Clinical trial and Cognitive Intervention. The various areas that she examines in her Cognitive Intervention study include Cognitive training and Clinical psychology. The Cognitive training study combines topics in areas such as Self-efficacy and Aptitude.
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Handbook of the Psychology of Aging
K. Warner Schaie;Sherry L. Willis;Bob G. Knight;Becca Levy.
Effects of Cognitive training interventions with older adults. A randomized controlled trial
Karlene Ball;Daniel B. Berch;Karin F. Helmers;Jared B. Jobe.
Long-term effects of cognitive training on everyday functional outcomes in older adults
Sherry L. Willis;Sharon L. Tennstedt;Michael Marsiske;Karlene Ball.
Ten-year effects of the advanced cognitive training for independent and vital elderly cognitive training trial on cognition and everyday functioning in older adults.
George W. Rebok;Karlene Ball;Lin T. Guey;Richard N. Jones.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society (2014)
Effect of long-term omega 3 polyunsaturated fatty acid supplementation with or without multidomain intervention on cognitive function in elderly adults with memory complaints (MAPT): a randomised, placebo-controlled trial.
Sandrine Andrieu;Sandrine Andrieu;Sophie Guyonnet;Sophie Guyonnet;Nicola Coley;Nicola Coley;Christelle Cantet;Christelle Cantet.
Lancet Neurology (2017)
Influence of Direct Computer Experience on Older Adults' Attitudes Toward Computers
Gina M. Jay;Sherry L. Willis.
Journal of Gerontology (1992)
MAPT STUDY: A MULTIDOMAIN APPROACH FOR PREVENTING ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE: DESIGN AND BASELINE DATA
B Vellas;I Carrie;S Gillette-Guyonnet;J Touchon.
The Journal Of Prevention of Alzheimer's Disease (2014)
Plasticity and enhancement of intellectual functioning in old age: Penn State's Adult Development and Enrichment Project (ADEPT)
Paul B. Baltes;Sherry L. Willis.
Longitudinal Change and Prediction of Everyday Task Competence in the Elderly.
Sherry L. Willis;Gina M. Jay;Manfred Diehl;Michael Marsiske.
Research on Aging (1992)
Cohort Differences in Cognitive Aging and Terminal Decline in the Seattle Longitudinal Study
Denis Gerstorf;Nilam Ram;Christiane Hoppmann;Sherry L. Willis.
Developmental Psychology (2011)
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