Gizem Hülür
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Secular changes in late-life cognition and well-being: towards a long bright future with a short brisk ending?
D Gerstorf, G Hülür, J Drewelies, P Eibich, S Duezel, I Demuth, P Ghisletta, ...
Psychology and aging 30 (2), 301, 2015
Correlates and moderators of change in subjective memory and memory performance: findings from the Health and Retirement Study
G Hülür, C Hertzog, AM Pearman, D Gerstorf
Gerontology 61 (3), 232-240, 2015
Well-being and loneliness in Swiss older adults during the COVID-19 pandemic: The role of social relationships
B Macdonald, G Hülür
The Gerontologist 61 (2), 240-250, 2021
Longitudinal associations of subjective memory with memory performance and depressive symptoms: between-person and within-person perspectives.
G Hülür, C Hertzog, A Pearman, N Ram, D Gerstorf
Psychology and aging 29 (4), 814, 2014
Rethinking social relationships in old age: Digitalization and the social lives of older adults.
G Hülür, B Macdonald
American Psychologist 75 (4), 554, 2020
Cohort differences in psychosocial function over 20 years: current older adults feel less lonely and less dependent on external circumstances
G Hülür, J Drewelies, P Eibich, S Düzel, I Demuth, P Ghisletta, ...
Gerontology 62 (3), 354-361, 2016
Cognitive dedifferentiation with increasing age and proximity of death: Within-person evidence from the Seattle Longitudinal Study.
G Hülür, N Ram, SL Willis, KW Schaie, D Gerstorf
Psychology and aging 30 (2), 311, 2015
Cohorts based on decade of death: No evidence for secular trends favoring later cohorts in cognitive aging and terminal decline in the AHEAD study.
G Hülür, FJ Infurna, N Ram, D Gerstorf
Psychology and aging 28 (1), 115, 2013
Intelligence differentiation in early childhood
G Hülür, O Wilhelm, A Robitzsch
Journal of Individual Differences, 2011
Historical improvements in well-being do not hold in late life: Birth-and death-year cohorts in the United States and Germany.
G Hülür, N Ram, D Gerstorf
Developmental psychology 51 (7), 998, 2015
Adult development and aging in historical context.
D Gerstorf, G Hülür, J Drewelies, SL Willis, KW Schaie, N Ram
American Psychologist 75 (4), 525, 2020
Historical trends in modifiable indicators of cardiovascular health and self-rated health among older adults: Cohort differences over 20 years between the Berlin Aging Study …
M König, J Drewelies, K Norman, D Spira, N Buchmann, G Hülür, P Eibich, ...
PLoS one 13 (1), e0191699, 2018
Levels of and changes in life satisfaction predict mortality hazards: Disentangling the role of physical health, perceived control, and social orientation.
G Hülür, J Heckhausen, CA Hoppmann, FJ Infurna, GG Wagner, N Ram, ...
Psychology and Aging 32 (6), 507, 2017
Prediction of self-reported knowledge with over-claiming, fluid and crystallized intelligence and typical intellectual engagement
G Hülür, O Wilhelm, S Schipolowski
Learning and Individual Differences 21 (6), 742-746, 2011
Is subjective memory change in old age based on accurate monitoring of age-related memory change? Evidence from two longitudinal studies.
C Hertzog, G Hülür, D Gerstorf, AM Pearman
Psychology and aging 33 (2), 273, 2018
Analyzing dyadic data using grid-sequence analysis: Interdyad differences in intradyad dynamics
M Brinberg, N Ram, G Hülür, TR Brick, D Gerstorf
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 73 (1), 5-18, 2018
Empathic accuracy for happiness in the daily lives of older couples: Fluid cognitive performance predicts pattern accuracy among men.
G Hülür, CA Hoppmann, A Rauers, H Schade, N Ram, D Gerstorf
Psychology and aging 31 (5), 545, 2016
The more we are in control, the merrier? Partner perceived control and negative affect in the daily lives of older couples
J Drewelies, H Schade, G Hülür, CA Hoppmann, N Ram, D Gerstorf
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 75 (2), 338-348, 2020
Multivariate Veränderungsmodelle für Schulnoten und Schülerleistungen in Deutsch und Mathematik
G Hülür, O Wilhelm, A Robitzsch
Zeitschrift für Entwicklungspsychologie und Pädagogische Psychologie, 2011
Cohort differences in cognitive aging: The role of perceived work environment.
G Hülür, N Ram, SL Willis, KW Schaie, D Gerstorf
Psychology and Aging 34 (8), 1040, 2019
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