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Graf, Peter

Core Area(s): Cognitive Science

Research Interests
Human memory; prospective vs retrospective memory; encoding/retrieval interactions; lifespan memory development; memory breakdown in organic amnesia and in patients with Alzheimer's disease.

Representative Publications
Liu-Ambrose, T., Ashe, M. C., Nagamatsu, L., Graf, P., Beattie, L. & Khan, K. M. (in press). Mild Cognitive Impairment Increases Falls Risk in Older Community-Dwelling Women. Physical Therapy.

Gottlieb-Tanaka, D., Lee, H. & Graf, P. (2008). Creative-Expressive Abilities Assessment: A User Guide. ArtScience Press.

Gottlieb-Tanaka, D., Lee, H. & Graf, P. (2008). The CEAA: An instrument for assessing the creative-expressive abilities of individuals with dementia. ArtScience Press.

Labelle, M-A., Graf, P., Grondin, S., & Gagné-Roy, L. (in press). Time-related processes in time-based prospective memory and in time-interval production. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology. (34 pages)

Cuttler, C. & Graf, P. (2008). Sub-clinical checking compulsions are related to impaired prospective memory independently of depression, anxiety, and distractibility. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 22, 642-654.

Graf, P. & Grodin, S. (2006). Time Perception and Time-Based Prospective Memory. In Glicksohn, J. & Myslobodsky, M. S. (Eds.) Timing the future: The case for a time-based prospective memory (pp. 1-24), World Scientific Publishing.

Graf, P. (2005). Prospective memory retrieval revisited. In N. Ohta, C. M. MacLeod & B. Uttl (Eds.), Dynamic cognitive processes (pp. 305-332). Tokyo: Springer.

Peters, K. R., Graf, P., Hayden, S., & Feldman, H. (2004). Neuropsychological characterization of cognitively- impaired-not-demented (CIND) individuals: Clinical comparison data. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 18, 208-228.

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