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Mara Mather, Laura L Carstensen. Trends Cogn Sci 2005
Times Cited: 703







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465 articles co-cited >1



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The theory behind the age-related positivity effect.
Andrew E Reed, Laura L Carstensen. Front Psychol 2012
239
24


Taking time seriously. A theory of socioemotional selectivity.
L L Carstensen, D M Isaacowitz, S T Charles. Am Psychol 1999
19


Emotional experience improves with age: evidence based on over 10 years of experience sampling.
Laura L Carstensen, Bulent Turan, Susanne Scheibe, Nilam Ram, Hal Ersner-Hershfield, Gregory R Samanez-Larkin, Kathryn P Brooks, John R Nesselroade. Psychol Aging 2011
360
15


Aging and emotional memory: the forgettable nature of negative images for older adults.
Susan Turk Charles, Mara Mather, Laura L Carstensen. J Exp Psychol Gen 2003
409
14

The positivity effect: a negativity bias in youth fades with age.
Laura L Carstensen, Marguerite DeLiema. Curr Opin Behav Sci 2018
49
26

Social and emotional aging.
Susan T Charles, Laura L Carstensen. Annu Rev Psychol 2010
374
11

Aging and goal-directed emotional attention: distraction reverses emotional biases.
Marisa Knight, Travis L Seymour, Joshua T Gaunt, Christopher Baker, Kathryn Nesmith, Mara Mather. Emotion 2007
157
11

The role of motivation in the age-related positivity effect in autobiographical memory.
Quinn Kennedy, Mara Mather, Laura L Carstensen. Psychol Sci 2004
202
10

Aging and attentional biases for emotional faces.
Mara Mather, Laura L Carstensen. Psychol Sci 2003
309
9

Emotional experience in everyday life across the adult life span.
L L Carstensen, M Pasupathi, U Mayr, J R Nesselroade. J Pers Soc Psychol 2000
471
9


Linking Process and Outcome in the Study of Emotion and Aging.
Derek M Isaacowitz, Fredda Blanchard-Fields. Perspect Psychol Sci 2012
77
10

Selective preference in visual fixation away from negative images in old age? An eye-tracking study.
Derek M Isaacowitz, Heather A Wadlinger, Deborah Goren, Hugh R Wilson. Psychol Aging 2006
191
8

The emotion paradox in the aging brain.
Mara Mather. Ann N Y Acad Sci 2012
137
8

Amygdala responses to emotionally valenced stimuli in older and younger adults.
Mara Mather, Turhan Canli, Tammy English, Sue Whitfield, Peter Wais, Kevin Ochsner, John D E Gabrieli, Laura L Carstensen. Psychol Sci 2004
246
8

The time course of age-related preferences toward positive and negative stimuli.
Derek M Isaacowitz, Eric S Allard, Nora A Murphy, Mark Schlangel. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci 2009
66
10

G*Power 3: a flexible statistical power analysis program for the social, behavioral, and biomedical sciences.
Franz Faul, Edgar Erdfelder, Albert-Georg Lang, Axel Buchner. Behav Res Methods 2007
7


Looking while unhappy: mood-congruent gaze in young adults, positive gaze in older adults.
Derek M Isaacowitz, Kaitlin Toner, Deborah Goren, Hugh R Wilson. Psychol Sci 2008
103
6



Seeking pleasure and seeking pain: differences in prohedonic and contra-hedonic motivation from adolescence to old age.
Michaela Riediger, Florian Schmiedek, Gert G Wagner, Ulman Lindenberger. Psychol Sci 2009
80
6

Age-related positivity effects and autobiographical memory detail: evidence from a past/future source memory task.
David A Gallo, Laura E Korthauer, Ian M McDonough, Salom Teshale, Elizabeth L Johnson. Memory 2011
36
13

The Satisfaction With Life Scale.
E Diener, R A Emmons, R J Larsen, S Griffin. J Pers Assess 1985
5


FACES--a database of facial expressions in young, middle-aged, and older women and men: development and validation.
Natalie C Ebner, Michaela Riediger, Ulman Lindenberger. Behav Res Methods 2010
348
5

Emotional aging: recent findings and future trends.
Susanne Scheibe, Laura L Carstensen. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci 2010
200
5


Selective review of cognitive aging.
Timothy A Salthouse. J Int Neuropsychol Soc 2010
376
5

Selective control of attention supports the positivity effect in aging.
Laura K Sasse, Matthias Gamer, Christian B├╝chel, Stefanie Brassen. PLoS One 2014
22
22

Neural processing of emotional pictures and words: a comparison of young and older adults.
Christina M Leclerc, Elizabeth A Kensinger. Dev Neuropsychol 2011
50
10

Que PASA? The posterior-anterior shift in aging.
Simon W Davis, Nancy A Dennis, Sander M Daselaar, Mathias S Fleck, Roberto Cabeza. Cereb Cortex 2008
662
5

The Affective Neuroscience of Aging.
Mara Mather. Annu Rev Psychol 2016
89
5

Time counts: future time perspective, goals, and social relationships.
Frieder R Lang, Laura L Carstensen. Psychol Aging 2002
237
5


Age-related positivity enhancement is not universal: older Chinese look away from positive stimuli.
Helene H Fung, Alice Y Lu, Deborah Goren, Derek M Isaacowitz, Heather A Wadlinger, Hugh R Wilson. Psychol Aging 2008
35
14

Now you see it, now you don't: age differences in affective reactivity to social tensions.
Susan Turk Charles, Jennifer R Piazza, Gloria Luong, David M Almeida. Psychol Aging 2009
73
5

Age differences in emotion-regulation strategies in handling everyday problems.
Fredda Blanchard-Fields, Renee Stein, Tonya L Watson. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci 2004
73
5

Emotion and aging: experience, expression, and control.
J J Gross, L L Carstensen, M Pasupathi, J Tsai, C G Skorpen, A Y Hsu. Psychol Aging 1997
316
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Age-related changes in the episodic simulation of future events.
Donna Rose Addis, Alana T Wong, Daniel L Schacter. Psychol Sci 2008
301
4

Remembering the past and imagining the future in the elderly.
Daniel L Schacter, Brendan Gaesser, Donna Rose Addis. Gerontology 2013
69
5

Episodic simulation of past and future events in older adults: Evidence from an experimental recombination task.
Donna Rose Addis, Regina Musicaro, Ling Pan, Daniel L Schacter. Psychol Aging 2010
97
4


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.