Articles of Interest: Cognitive Epidemiology

Deary, 2009. Introduction to the special issue on cognitive epidemiology

Gale, et al., 2009. Intelligence in childhood and risk of psychological distress in adulthood The 1958 National Child Development Survey and the 1970 British Cohort Study

Roberts, et al, 2009. Reaction time and established risk factors for total and cardiovascular disease mortality Comparison of effect estimates in the follow-up of a large, UK-wide, general-population based survey

Singh-Manoux et al., 2009. Cognition and incident coronary heart disease in late midlife The Whitehall II study

Lubinski. 2009. Cognitive epidemiology With emphasis on untangling cognitive ability and socioeconomic status

Leon, 2009. The association of childhood intelligence with mortality risk from adolescence to middle age Findings from the Aberdeen Children of the 1950s cohort study

Gale, et al., 2009. Intelligence in childhood and risk of psychological distress in adulthood The 1958 National Child Development Survey and the 1970 British Cohort Study

Deary, et al., 2009. Intelligence and persisting with medication for two years Analysis in a randomised controlled trial

Anstey, et al., 2009. Level of cognitive performance as a correlate and predictor of health behaviors that protect against cognitive decline in late life The path through life study

Wilson et al, 2009. Cognition and survival in a biracial urban population of old people

Reeve and Basalik, 2010. Average state IQ, state wealth and racial composition as predictors of state health statistics Partial support for ‘g’ as a fundamental cause of health disparities

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