The overarching theme of my research involves the translation of cognitive neuroscience research into brain and behaviour-based rehabilitation interventions to enhance higher cognitive (i.e. executive) functioning in healthy aging, acquired brain injury and brain disease - an approach I describe as cognitive rehabilitation neuroscience.
- Spreng, R.N. & Turner, G.R. (2013). Structural covariance of the default network in healthy and pathological aging. Journal of Neuroscience, 33(38). 15226-15234.
- Turner, G.R. & Spreng, R.N. (2012). Executive control and neurocognitive aging: Dissociable patterns of brain activity for working memory and inhibition. Neurobiology of Aging. 33, 826.e1–826.e13.
- Turner, G.R. and Spreng, R.N. (2011). Executive functions and neurocognitive aging: Dissociable patterns of brain activity. Neurobiology of Aging. doi: 10.1016/j.neurobiolaging.2011.06.005.
- Turner, G. R. and D’Esposito, M. (2010). Functional neuroimaging in aging. Clinical Neurology of Aging, 3rd Edition. Knoefel, J. and Albert, M.L. (Eds). Oxford University Press.
- Turner, G.R. and Green, R.E.A. (2008). Cognitive remediation in aging and ABI: A question of negative plasticity? Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 18(3), 372-384.
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