- Payne, B. R., & Federmeier, K. D. (2017). Pace yourself: Intraindividual variability in context use revealed by self-paced event-related brain potentials. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 29, 837-854. Published, 05/2017.
- LoTemplio S, Silcox J & Payne BR (2021). Inter- and intra-individual coupling between pupillary, electrophysiological, and behavioral responses in a visual oddball task. Psychophysiology. Vol. 58, e13758. Published, 12/2021.
- Dewitte L, Lewis NA, Payne BR & Hill PL (2021). Cross-lagged relationships between sense of purpose in life, memory performance, and subjective memory beliefs in adulthood over a 9-year interval. Aging & mental health. Vol. 25, 2018-2027. Published, 11/01/2021.
- Silcox JW & Payne BR (2021). The costs (and benefits) of effortful listening on context processing: A simultaneous electrophysiology, pupillometry, and behavioral study. Cortex. Vol. 142, 296-316. Published, 09/01/2021.
- Fennell AM, Bugos JA, Payne BR & Schotter E (2021). Music is similar to language in terms of working memory interference. Psychonomic bulletin & review. Vol. 28, 512-525. Published, 07/01/2021.
- LoTemplio SB, Scott EE, McDonnell AS, Hopman RJ, Castro SC, McNay GD, McKinney TL, Greenberg K, Payne BR & Strayer DL (2020). Nature as a potential modulator of the error-related negativity: A registered report. International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology. Vol. 156, 49-59. Published, 11/01/2020.
- Payne BR, Federmeier KD & Stine-Morrow EA (2020). Literacy skill and intra-individual variability in eye-fixation durations during reading: Evidence from a diverse community-based adult sample. Quarterly journal of experimental psychology (2006). Vol. 73, 1841-1861. Published, 10/01/2020.
- Hill PL, Aschwanden D, Payne BR & Allemand M (2020). Daily cognitive complaints and engagement in older adulthood: Personality traits are more predictive than cognitive performance. Psychology and aging. Vol. 35, 317-328. Published, 07/01/2020.
- Ng., S., Payne, B.R., Liu, X., Anderson, C.J., Federmeier, K.D. & Stine-Morrow, E.A.L. (2020). Execution of lexical and conceptual processes in sentence comprehension among adult readers as a function of literacy skill. Scientific Studies of Reading. Published, 03/01/2020.
- Payne, B.R. & Lohani, M. (2020). Personality and cognitive health in aging.. Vol. 1, Personality and Healthy Aging: New Directions and Techniques. Springer. Published, 01/01/2020.
- Payne, B.R. & Federmeier, K.D. (2019). Individual Differences in Reading Speed are Linked to Variability in the Processing of Lexical and Contextual Information: Evidence from Single-trial Event-related Brain Potentials. Word. Vol. 65, 252-272. Published, 11/27/2019.
- Payne, B.R., & Silcox, J.W. (2019). Aging, context processing, and comprehension. Psychology of Learning and Motivation. Vol. 71, 215-264. Published, 10/01/2019.
- Schotter ER & Payne BR (2019). Eye Movements and Comprehension Are Important to Reading. Trends in cognitive sciences. Vol. 23, 811-812. Published, 09/01/2019.
- Chandler MC, McGowan AL, Payne BR, Hampton Wray A & Pontifex MB (2019). Aerobic fitness relates to differential attentional but not language-related cognitive processes. Brain and language. Vol. 198, 104681. Published, 03/01/2019.
- Payne BR, Stites MC & Federmeier KD (2019). Event-related brain potentials reveal how multiple aspects of semantic processing unfold across parafoveal and foveal vision during sentence reading. Psychophysiology. Vol. 56, e13432. Published, 02/01/2019.
- Lohani M, Payne BR & Isaacowitz DM (2018). Emotional coherence in early and later adulthood during sadness reactivity and regulation. Emotion (Washington, D.C.). Vol. 18, 789-804. Published, 09/01/2018.
- Ng S, Payne BR, Stine-Morrow EAL & Federmeier KD (2018). How struggling adult readers use contextual information when comprehending speech: Evidence from event-related potentials. International journal of psychophysiology : official journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology. Vol. 125, 1-9. Published, 03/01/2018.
- Gross AL, Payne BR, Casanova R, Davoudzadeh P, Dzierzewski JM, Farias S, Giovannetti T, Ip EH, Marsiske M, Rebok GW, Schaie KW, Thomas K, Willis S & Jones RN (2018). The ACTIVE conceptual framework as a structural equation model. Experimental aging research. Vol. 44, 1-17. Published, 02/01/2018.
- Tomaszewski Farias S, Giovannetti T, Payne BR, Marsiske M, Rebok GW, Schaie KW, Thomas KR, Willis SL, Dzierzewski JM, Unverzagt F & Gross AL (2018). Self-perceived Difficulties in Everyday Function Precede Cognitive Decline among Older Adults in the ACTIVE Study. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : JINS. Vol. 24, 104-112. Published, 02/01/2018.
- Lewis NA, Turiano NA, Payne BR & Hill PL (2018). Purpose in life and cognitive functioning in adulthood. Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section B, Aging, neuropsychology and cognition. Vol. 24, 662-671. Published, 01/01/2018.
- Payne BR & Federmeier KD (2017). Event-related brain potentials reveal age-related changes in parafoveal-foveal integration during sentence processing. Neuropsychologia. Vol. 106, 358-370. Published, 12/01/2017.
- Ng. S & Payne, B.R (2017). Use of contextual information by struggling adult readers: Evidence from reading time and event- related brain potential. Scientific Studies of Reading. Vol. 21, 359-375. Published, 11/2017.
- Payne BR, Stites MC & Federmeier KD (2017). Out of the corner of my eye: Foveal semantic load modulates parafoveal processing in reading. Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance. Vol. 42, 1839-1857. Published, 11/01/2017.
- Steen-Baker AA, Ng S, Payne BR, Anderson CJ, Federmeier KD & Stine-Morrow EAL (2017). The effects of context on processing words during sentence reading among adults varying in age and literacy skill. Psychology and aging. Vol. 32, 460-472. Published, 11/01/2017.
- Hill PL & Payne BR (2017). Don't forget the person when promoting healthy cognitive aging: Comment on Smith (2016). The American psychologist. Vol. 72, 390-392. Published, 05/01/2017.
- Payne BR, Gross AL, Hill PL, Parisi JM, Rebok GW & Stine-Morrow EAL (2017). Decomposing the relationship between cognitive functioning and self-referent memory beliefs in older adulthood: what's memory got to do with it?. Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section B, Aging, neuropsychology and cognition. Vol. 24, 345-362. Published, 05/01/2017.
- Liu X, Chin J, Payne BR, Fu WT, Morrow DG & Stine-Morrow EA (2017). Adult age differences in information foraging in an interactive reading environment. Psychology and aging. Vol. 31, 211-23. Published, 04/01/2017.
- Stites MC, Payne BR & Federmeier KD (2017). Getting ahead of yourself: Parafoveal word expectancy modulates the N400 during sentence reading. Cognitive, affective & behavioral neuroscience. Vol. 17, 475-490. Published, 02/01/2017.
- Payne, B.R. & Hill, P.L. (2017). Experimental research methods in lifespan human devel- opment. SAGE Encyclopedia of Lifespan Human Development. Accepted, 01/2017.
- Payne BR, Lee CL & Federmeier KD (2016). Revisiting the incremental effects of context on word processing: Evidence from single-word event-related brain potentials. Psychophysiology. Vol. 52, 1456-69. Published, 12/01/2016.
- Payne BR & Stine-Morrow EA (2016). Risk for Mild Cognitive Impairment Is Associated With Semantic Integration Deficits in Sentence Processing and Memory. The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences. Vol. 71, 243-53. Published, 06/01/2016.
- Chin J, Payne BR, Fu WT, Morrow DG & Stine-Morrow EA (2016). Information Foraging Across the Life Span: Search and Switch in Unknown Patches. Topics in cognitive science. Vol. 7, 428-50. Published, 05/01/2016.
- Stine-Morrow, E.A.L. & Payne, B.R. (2016). Age differences in language segmentation. Experimental Aging Research, 42, 107-125. Published, 03/2016.
- Stine-Morrow EA, Payne BR, Roberts BW, Kramer AF, Morrow DG, Payne L, Hill PL, Jackson JJ, Gao X, Noh SR, Janke MC & Parisi JM (2015). Training versus engagement as paths to cognitive enrichment with aging. Psychology and aging. Vol. 29, 891-906. Published, 08/01/2015.
- Payne BR, Gross AL, Parisi JM, Sisco SM, Stine-Morrow EA, Marsiske M & Rebok GW (2015). Modelling longitudinal changes in older adults' memory for spoken discourse: findings from the ACTIVE cohort. Memory (Hove, England). Vol. 22, 990-1001. Published, 06/01/2015.
- Payne BR, Grison S, Gao X, Christianson K, Morrow DG & Stine-Morrow EA (2015). Aging and individual differences in binding during sentence understanding: evidence from temporary and global syntactic attachment ambiguities. Cognition. Vol. 130, 157-73. Published, 04/01/2015.
- Payne BR & Stine-Morrow EA (2015). Adult age differences in wrap-up during sentence comprehension: evidence from ex-Gaussian distributional analyses of reading time. Psychology and aging. Vol. 29, 213-28. Published, 03/01/2015.
- Chin, J & Payne, B.R (2015). Knowledge in uences comprehension and mem- ory for health information among older adults: Distinguishing domain-general and domain- speci c knowledge e ects. Memory. Vol. 23. Published, 01/2015.
- Stine-Morrow, E.A.L (2015). Education and learning: Lifespan perspectives. International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Published, 01/2015.
- Hill PL, Payne BR, Jackson JJ, Stine-Morrow EA & Roberts BW (2014). Perceived social support predicts increased conscientiousness during older adulthood. The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences. Vol. 69, 543-7. Published, 08/01/2014.
- Stine-Morrow, E.A.L., Payne, B.R. , Roberts, B.W., Kramer, A.F., Morrow, D.G., Payne,L., Hill, P.L., Jackson, J.J., Gao, X., Noh, S.R., Janke, M., & Parisi, J.M. (2014). Training versus engagement as paths to cognitive optimization with aging. Psychology and Aging, 29, 891-906. Published, 01/2014.
- Jackson JJ, Hill PL, Payne BR, Roberts BW & Stine-Morrow EA (2012). Can an old dog learn (and want to experience) new tricks? Cognitive training increases openness to experience in older adults. Psychology and aging. Vol. 27, 286-92. Published, 10/01/2012.
- Payne BR, Gao X, Noh SR, Anderson CJ & Stine-Morrow EA (2012). The effects of print exposure on sentence processing and memory in older adults: Evidence for efficiency and reserve. Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section B, Aging, neuropsychology and cognition. Vol. 19, 122-49. Published, 06/01/2012.
- Payne BR, Jackson JJ, Hill PL, Gao X, Roberts BW & Stine-Morrow EA (2012). Memory self-efficacy predicts responsiveness to inductive reasoning training in older adults. The journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences. Vol. 67, 27-35. Published, 04/01/2012.
- Chin, J & Payne, B.R (2012). Information foraging in unknown patches. Proceedings of the 34th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Published, 01/2012.
- Payne, B.R. & Stine-Morrow, E.A.L (2012). Aging, parafoveal preview, and semantic integration in sentence processing: Testing the cognitive workload of wrap-up. Psychology and Aging, 27, 638-649. Published, 01/2012.
- Payne BR, Jackson JJ, Noh SR & Stine-Morrow EA (2012). In the zone: flow state and cognition in older adults. Psychology and aging. Vol. 26, 738-43. Published, 01/01/2012.
My research program aims to understand the basic cognitive and neural mechanisms underlying language and memory systems across the adult lifespan. I adopt an interdisciplinary and multi-method approach to this work, drawing on theories and methods in cognitive science, neuroscience, gerontology, linguistics, and quantitative and experimental psychology. My lab's primary methodologies include non-invasively recording and modulating human brain activity (e.g., via event-related brain potentials, transcranial magnetic stimulation), recording eye movements and pupil dilation via eye tracking, and studying and relating these measures to behavioral performance (e.g., reaction time, memory). Below, I provide a snapshot of three inter-related lines of research within this program.
Cognitive Aging and Individual Differences in Language Use. The mechanisms underlying the comprehension of language are complex, involving the recruitment of a highly distributed set of neural systems supporting sensory and cognitive processing. Normative aging can begin to compromise these systems, negatively impacting the ability to comprehend language and learn from text and speech. One primary line of my research investigates how aging and individual differences in adulthood impact language comprehension and memory, and how sensitive on-line measures of moment-to-moment language processing (e.g., ERPs, eye tracking, and reaction time) reveal mechanisms of these differences. For example, I have shown that age-related changes in working memory and language experience are dissociable across the adult lifespan, and have differential impacts on lexical, semantic, and syntactic processing. In more recent work, we have begun exploring the compensatory role of literacy experience in middle age and older adulthood. This work has the potential to improve adult literacy assessments and interventions by focusing on real-time language and cognitive processes during reading.
In another novel applied direction, my lab has begun examining how the cognitive workload associated with processing acoustically degraded speech can be reduced through the simultaneous presentation of text. We have shown that assistive text captioning can offset the negative effects of sensorineural hearing loss and background noise on speech processing and memory. Ongoing work is focusing on understanding how text features (e.g., caption errors, intermodal asynchrony) influence the captioning benefit, and using ERPs to study real-time audio-visual integration of text and speech.
Bridging the Gap Between the Behavioral and Neural Study of Comprehension. I have worked to develop methods and paradigms to bridge the gap between the behavioral and neural study of language comprehension. For example, in one line of work, I have examined the neural mechanisms underlying the allocation of covert attention across the visual field in sentence reading. This work has combined behavioral, eye tracking, and neurophysiological measures to probe (a) lexical semantic processing in parafoveal vision, (b) the relationship between concurrent foveal difficulty and parafoveal visual attention, and (c) how age-related cognitive and sensory change modulates visual attention allocation in reading. Findings have highlighted important neurophysiological constraints on models of reading. One emerging line of this work involves developing methods to simultaneously record and co-register event-related brain potentials with eye movement behavior (e.g., fixation onsets and saccades) during natural reading. This work will allow us to examine neurophysiological mechanisms of naturalistic reading behavior in ecologically valid environments.
Related to this work, I have also conducted several studies using simultaneous measures of pupil dilation and ERPs to better understand the neural mechanisms underlying the cognitive pupillary dilation response (PDR) in language, memory, and attention tasks. For example, we have examined trial-to-trial variation between the P3b ERP component and the PDR in a continuous performance task, and in other work we used the PDR as a measure of effort when listening to acoustically challenging speech and have shown that PDR-mediated increases in listening effort modulate the N400 ERP component (a neural marker of semantic memory retrieval) and subsesquent speech memory. These findings have implications for understanding how acoustic degradation negatively impacts high-level language and memory processes.
In other ongoing work in this area, I have studied sustained attention in language processing by examining within-person (intra-individual) moment-to-moment variability in behavioral and neural indices of language processing. This work has begun to reveal the mechanisms underlying trial-to-trial variability in language processing (i.e., why is it that we can sometimes process language efficiently, and other times we seem to ‘zone out’). I have developed a novel method for conducting single-item level measurement, visualization, and analysis of event-related brain potentials and I’ve recently extended this work by co-registering single-trial behavioral and neural measures during reading. These results have revealed neural processes that are obscured by traditional averaging methods. For example, we provided the first direct electrophysiological evidence for the role of cognitive control processes in regulating moment-to-moment reading behavior, with implications for the assessment of comprehension in special populations.
Finally, we are conducting a project examining the role of speech-related neural systems in sentence comprehension. In this project, we are developing a novel methodology combining non-invasive brain stimulation (e.g., transcranial magnetic stimulation [TMS]), functional speech mapping, and the simultaneous recording of high-density EEG. Our first study from this project has revealed that inhibitory TMS to the left (but not right) inferior frontal cortex temporarily eliminate the beneficial effects of predictability on verbal memory. We believe such findings have the potential to advance causal models of the neurobiology of language and memory with implications for improving communicative competence and language remediation in aging and in certain clinical populations.
Cognitive Resilience in Older Adulthood. There exist considerable individual differences in cognitive and brain functioning in older adulthood, such that some adults in late life can outperform their younger counterparts in complex cognitive domains, while others show considerable deficits. What are the mechanisms that underlie this variability in aging? My line of research that addresses this question relies on the collaborative analysis of several large scale cognitive interventions (e.g., Senior Odyssey and ACTIVE) and longitudinal studies (e.g., MIDUS). A primary goal of this work has been to highlight the role that dispositional and personality characteristics play not only in understanding trajectories of cognitive aging but also in understanding individual differences in responsiveness to interventions to promote cognitive health in aging.
- Eye Tracking
- Cognitive Science
- Cognitive Neuroscience
- Cognitive Aging
- Cognitive Neuroscience Brownbag, Department of Psychology, University of South Florida. Tampa, Florida. 2021. Virtual talk. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 10/2021.
- LoTemplio,S., McKinney T., McDonnell,A., Scott, E.,Payne, BR., Euler, M., & Strayer, D. (2021). Effects of nature exposure on EEG indices of cognitive control. Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research._Virtual conference.
- Crandell, H.*, Silcox, J.* & Payne, B.R. (2020). The effects of captioning errors, background noise, and hearing loss on memory for text-captioned speech in younger and older adults. Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society. Virtual conference. Poster, Presented, 11/01/2020.
- Silcox, J.*, Mickey, B., & Payne, B.R.. (2020). Disruption of left inferior frontal cortex eliminates the word predictability benefit in memory: An event-related rTMS study. Society for the Neurobiology of Language. Virtual conference. Poster, Presented, 10/21/2020.
- LoTemplio, S.*, Silcox, J.* Federmeier, K.D., & Payne, B.R. (2020). Distinct pupillary and neural responses to semantic and syntactic violations in sentence processing. Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research. Virtual conference. Poster, Presented, 10/01/2020.
- Panel Discussant for “Individual differences in syntactic processing.” Authors: Ariel James & Duane Watson. Cycle Linguist Webcast.
- Silcox, J.* & Payne, B.R. (2020). The costs and benefits of listening effort in context processing: A study utilizing behavioral, electrophysiological and pupillometry measures. Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research. Virtual conference. Poster, Presented, 04/11/2020.
- Lopes, C.*, Silcox, J.*, & Payne, B.R. (2020). What self-paced reading times and ERPs reveal about the role of volitional control in predictive processes during reading. Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research. Virtual conference. Poster, Presented, 04/11/2020.
- Fennell, A. M.*, Bugos, J. A., Payne, B. R., & Schotter, E. R., (2020). Musical training’s benefit to working memory is specific to the phonological loop. Virtual Working Memory Symposium. Virtual conference. Poster, Presented, 02/01/2020.
- “Word processing across space and time during reading: Insights from eye tracking, electrophysiology, and computational modeling.”. Panel, Presented, 08/2019.
- LoTemplio, S.*, Silcox, J.*, Federmeier, K.D., & Payne, B.R.. (2019). Simultaneous EEG- pupillometry reveals coupling between electrophysiological and pupillary responses in a visual oddball task. Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research. Washington, D.C. Conference Paper, Presented, 01/2019.
- Silcox, J.*, Lopes, C.L.*, Mickey, B., & Payne, B.R.. (2019). The role of the left inferior frontal cortex in memory for predictable and unpredictable words: An event-related rTMS study. Snowbird Neuroscience Symposium. Snowbird, Utah. Note: Won first place in best poster award. Conference Paper, Presented, 01/2019.
- LoTemplio, S.*, Silcox, J.*, Federmeier, K.D., & Payne, B.R.. (2019). A test of coupling between electrophysiological and pupillary responses in a visual oddball task. Snowbird Neu- roscience Symposium. Snowbird, Utah. Conference Paper, Presented, 01/2019.
- Payne, B.R. (2018). The N400 as a neural marker of semantic memory activation: Implications for language, aging, and clinical application. Google Tech Talk. Mountain View, CA. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 10/2018.
- Payne, B.R. (2018). Intra-individual variability in context processing during sentence comprehension. Faces of the Future Symposium. Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. Presentation, Presented, 09/2018.
- Payne, B.R. (2018). Personality and markers of cognitive impairment in Aging. “Symposium on Personality and healthy aging”. European Conference on Personality. Zadar, Croatia. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 07/2018.
- Payne, B.R. Personality and Cognitive Health in Aging. URPP Dynamics of Healthy Aging Workshop. University of Zurich. Zurich, Switzerland. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 07/2018.
- Payne, B.R. & Federmeier, K.D. (2018). Semantic activation and integration across parafoveal and foveal vision during sentence reading: Evidence from event-related brain potentials. CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Davis, CA. Conference Paper, Presented, 03/2018.
- Payne, B.R. (2018) Spatial and temporal attentional constraints on reading comprehension in aging. Developments in eye movement research on reading across the lifespan. Annual Meeting of the Experimental Psychology Society. Leicester, UK. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 01/2018.
- LoTemplio, S., Federmeier, K.D., & Payne, B.R. (2018). Co-registration of pupillary and electrophysiological responses in a visual oddball task. Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society. New Orleans, LA. Poster, Presented, 01/2018.
- Ostlund, B.D.,* Williams, L.H.*, Payne, B.R., Conradt, E.,Crowell, S.E., & Drew, T. (2018). The adaptive influence of pregnancy-specific anxiety on infant neurophysiology. Cognitive Science Association for Interdisciplinary Learning. Hood River, Oregon. Poster, Presented, 01/2018.
- Chandler, M.C., McGowan, A.L., Wray, A.H., Payne. B.R., Pontifex, M.B. (2018). The relationship between aerobic fitness and neuroelectric indices of reading in college-aged adults. Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research.. Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. Poster, Presented, 01/2018.
- Payne, B.R., Silcox, J.*, Lash, A., Ferguson, S.H., & Lohani, M. (2018). Assistive text captioning offsets the effects of background noise on speech memory and pupillometry. Academy of Rehabilitative Audiology Institute. Pittsburgh, PA. Poster, Presented, 01/2018.
- Payne, B.R., Silcox, J.*, Lash, A., Ferguson, S.H., & Lohani, M. (2018). Text captioning reduces the effects of perceptual effort on speech memory. Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society. New Orleans, LA. Poster, Presented, 01/2018.
- Payne, B.R. & Federmeier, K.D. (2017). Take your time: Aging, volitional control, and intraindividual variability in context processing in sentence comprehension. Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research. Vienna, Austria. Conference Paper, Presented, 01/2017.
- Payne, B.R. & Federmeier, K.D. (2017). Age-related changes in incremental semantic processing: Evidence from single-word ERPs. Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. San Francisco, CA. Conference Paper, Presented, 01/2017.
- Ng., S., Payne, B.R., Federmeier, K.D., & Stine-Morrow, E.A.L. (2017). How do low literacy adults read and how much do they retain? A reading-time and recall study. Annual Meeting of the Association for Psychological Science. Boston, MA. Conference Paper, Submitted, 01/2017.
- Payne, B.R. & Federmeier, K.D. (2016). Co-registration of event-related single-trial EEG and reading time reveal intraindividual variability in context use in language processing. An- nual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. New York City, New York. Conference Paper, Presented, 01/2016.
- Payne, B.R. & Federmeier, K.D. (2016). As far as the eye can see: Event-related brain potentials reveal dynamics of visuospatial attention allocation during reading. 56th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research. Minneapolis, MN. Conference Paper, Presented, 01/2016.
- Hill, P.L., Lewis, N.A., Payne, B.R., & Turiano, N.A. (2016). Sense of purpose predicts level and change in subjective memory beliefs: Findings from the MIDUS cohort. Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America. Conference Paper, Presented, 01/2016.
- Payne, B.R. & Federmeier, K.D. (2016). Event-related brain potentials reveal age-related changes in the recruitment of parafoveal visual attention in reading. The Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, GA. Conference Paper, Presented, 01/2016.
- Steen, A., Ng, S., Payne, B.R., Federmeier, K.D., & Stine-Morrow, E.A.L. (2016). The e ects of age and literacy skill on eye-movement control during lexical ambiguity resolution. The Cognitive Aging Conference. Atlanta, GA. Conference Paper, Presented, 01/2016.