Michael Marsiske, Ph.D.

Postdoc, 1992-1995, Max Planck Institute for Human Development)
(Ph.D. 1992, The Pennsylvania State University)

E-mail: marsiske@phhp.ufl.edu

Office: 352-273-5097
Marsiske Lab

Full CV


Dr. Michael Marsiske is Professor in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology in the College of Public Health and Health Professions. Dr. Marsiske received his Ph.D. from the Pennsylvania State University in 1992 (Human Development and Family Studies). He followed this with a postdoctoral felllowship in Psychology and Human Development at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development and Education in Berlin (1992-1995). Prior to joining the University of Florida in 2000, Dr. Marsiske was an Assistant Professor of Gerontology and Psychology at Wayne State University.

Research Focus

Dr. Marsiske’s research has focused on cognitive aging, with a particular emphasis on cognitive intervention strategies with older adults.  Since 1997, Dr. Marsiske has been a principal investigator on the National Institute on Aging ACTIVE trial, a clinical trial of cognitive training for older adults with ten years of followup data.  Marsiske has also been funded by NIA, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, McKnight Brain Institute for studies of a variety of cognitive intervention approaches with older adults including exercise promotion, exergames, aerobic fitness, action video games, self-administered computer training, and cognitive collaboration. Dr. Marsiske also leads the Recruitment, Retention and Adherence Core of the University of Florida NIA-funded Claude Denson Pepper Older Americans’ Independence Center (PI: Marco Pahor, MD), and collaborates with Dr. Carolyn Tucker in the University of Florida Program for Health Disparities Research.  Marsiske also directs a UF NIA-funded institutional predoctoral training program (T32) in aging.

Current Grants

Physical, Cognitive and Mental Health in Social Context
T32 AG020499
National Institute on Aging   
Principal Investigator: Michael Marsiske

The major goals of this project are to train pre-doctoral researchers in the behavioral theories, methodologies and analyses needed to address questions of health, independence and functioning in older adults.

VITAL: Village Interactive Training and Learning Study
No number assigned
McKnight Brain Institute
Principal Investigator: Dawn Bowers   

The major goals of this project are to investigate the effects of physical exercise pre-dosing on cognitive plasticity (cognitive training responsiveness) in older adults.

Claude Denson Pepper Older Americans Independence Center
P30 AG028740
National Institute on Aging
Principal Investigator: Marco Pahor   

The major goals of this project are to provide infrastructure (administration, recruitment, clinical/pilot/developmental research support, biostatistics/data management) for research on the overarching themes of Sarcopenia and Disability

The LIFE Study
U01 AG022376
National Institute on Aging   
Principal Investigator: Marco Pahor   

The major goals of this project are to investigate the effects of physical activity on mobility and independence in sedentary and frail adults aged 70 and older.

ACTIVE Phase III:  UF/WSU Field Site
U01 AG014276
National Institute on Aging   
Principal Investigator: Michael Marsiske  

The major goals of this project are to investigate the long term effects of cognitive training on everyday functioning, independence and well-being in older adults.

Completed Grants as Principal Investigator:

Action video games to improve everyday cognitive function in older adults
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

The major goals of this project are to investigate the effect of an action video game-based intervention on the visual attention and processing of older adults

UF/WSU Field Site:  ACTIVE Phase II
U01 AG014276
National Institute on Aging   

The major goals of this project are to investigate the long term effects of cognitive training on everyday functioning, independence and well-being in older adults.

Physical, Cognitive and Mental Health in Social Context
T32 AG020499
National Institute on Aging   

The major goals of this project are to train pre-doctoral researchers in the behavioral theories, methodologies and analyses needed to address questions of health, independence and functioning in older adults.

Fluid Reasoning Training for Urban Elders
U01 AG014276
National Institute on Aging

The major goals of this project are to investigate the long term effects of cognitive training on everyday functioning, independence and well-being in older adults.

Planning Grant:  Falls Prevention in Palm Beach
No number assigned
Quantum Foundation  

The major goals of the study were to provide a comprehensive survey and needs assessment of elders in Palm Beach County. The survey was to determine (a) the prevalence and incidence of falls in community dwelling elders, and (b) key risk factors or antecedents for falls that could be targets of future public health initiatives.

Collaborative Cognition and Aging:  A Pilot Study
R03 AG015622
National Institute on Aging

The major goals of this study were to explore how collaborative partners, particularly spouses, might enhance or interfere with older adults’ solving of familiar and relevant everyday problems.

Completed Grants as Mentor:

Neighborhood Influences In Cognitive Level And Training Gains In The ACTIVE Study
F31 AG034002
National Institute on Aging   
Trainee: Shannon Sisco, Mentor: Michael Marsiske

The major goals of this NRSA predoctoral training grant are to investigate whether neighborhood characteristics (socioeconomic position, facilities supporting health and psychological function) of ACTIVE participants are associated with their baseline cognitive function and/or response to initial training.

ACTIVE Phase III:  UF/WSU Field Site: Supplement for Diversity
U01 AG014276-S1
National Institute on Aging  
Trainee: Patricia Belchior, Mentor: Michael Marsiske

The major goals of this supplement were for the postdoctoral trainee, Patricia Belchior, to investigate transfer to everyday cognitive outcomes in the ACTIVE study.  Methods included propensity score weighting, categorical approaches to studying change, and higher order growth curve models.

Examining the effects of improved physical fitness on cognitive/psychological functioning in community-dwelling, sedentary elders
R36 AG029664
National Institute on Aging 
Trainee: Adrienne Aiken Morgan, Mentor: Michael Marsiske

The major goals of this dissertation award were to investigate pre-post changes in neuropsychological functioning following a health promotion intevention regarding physical exercise.

Diversity Supplement:  UF/WSU Field Site:  ACTIVE Phase II
National Institute on Aging   
Trainee: Adrienne Aiken Morgan, Mentor: Michael Marsiske

The award supported the predoctoral trainee, Adrienne Aiken Morgan, to conduct several studies examining race-related test bias and potential covariates of race/ethnic group differences in cognition in the ACTIVE pilot study.

Professional Memberships

  • American Psychological Association
  • Association for Psychological Science
  • Gerontological Society of America
  • International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development

Awards and Fellowships

  •  Fellow, Gerontological Society of America, 2008
  •  Springer Award for Early Career Achievement in Research on Adult Development and Aging, Division 20, American Psychological Assocation, 1997
  • Doctoral Mentoring Award, Department of Clinical and Health Psychology, University of Florida, 2008, 2009
  • Audrey Schumacher Award for Teaching Excellence, Department of Clinical and Health Psychology, University of Florida 2003, 2005,2006, 2009,2011

Editorial Boards

  • Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition, 2004-
  • Journals of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 2003-2009

 Courses Taught

  • Measurement, Design and Statistics I
  • Measurement, Design and Statistics II
  • Applied Multivariate Methods in Psychology
  • Best Methods for the Analysis of Change
  • Neuropsychology of Aging

Representative Publications

Belchior, P., Marsiske, M., Sisco, S. M., Yam, A., & Mann, W.  (in press). Older adults’ engagement with a video game training program. Activities, Adapation and Aging. PMID: Pending, PMCID: Pending, NIHMSID: Pending, DOI pending, (PIF = 0.258** approx.).

Unverzagt, F.W., Guey, L. T., Jones, R. N., Marsiske, M., King, J. W., Wadley, V. G., Crowe, M., Rebok, G. W., & Tennstedt, S. L. (in press) ACTIVE Cognitive Training and Rates of Incident Dementia, Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society. PMID: Pending, PMCID: Pending, NIHMSID: Pending, DOI pending, (PIF = 3.327).

Marzetti E , Lees HA , Manini TM , Buford TW , Aranda JM Jr., Calvani, R., Capuani, G., Marsiske, M., Lott, D. J., Vandenborne, K., Bernabei, R., Pahor, M, Leeuwenburgh, C., & Wohlgemuth, S. E. (2012). Skeletal Muscle Apoptotic Signaling Predicts Thigh Muscle Volume and Gait Speed in Community-Dwelling Older Persons: An Exploratory Study. PLoS ONE, 7(2): e32829, PMID: Pending, PMCID: Pending, NIHMSID: n/a,. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0032829 (PIF=4.610)

Zahodne, L. B., Marsiske, M., Okun, M. S., Rodriguez, R. L., Malaty, I., & Bowers, D. (2012). Mood and motor trajectories in Parkinson’s disease: Multivariate latent growth curve modeling. Neuropsychology, 26, 71–80. PMID: 22142359, PMCID: Pending, NIHMSID: 313244,. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22142359/ (PIF=3.927)

McCrae, C. S., Vatthauer, K. E., Dzierezewski, J. M., & Marsiske, M. (2011).  Habitual sleep, reasoning, and processing speed in older adults with sleep complaints. Cognitive Therapy and Research, published online, PMID: Pending, PMCID: Pending, NIHMSID: 361254, http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10608-011-9425-4, (PIF=2.211).

Kirsch-Darrow, L., Marsiske, M., Okun, M. S., Bauer, R. B., & Bowers, D. (2011). Apathy and Depression: Separate Factors in Parkinson’s Disease. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 17(6), 1058-1066 PMID: 22040900, PMCID: Pending, NIHMSID: 361253, http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1355617711001068, (PIF = 3.327).

Buman, M. P., Giacobbi, P. R., Dzierzewski, J. M., Aiken Morgan, A., McCrae, C. S., Roberts, B. L., & Marsiske, M. (2011). Peer volunteers improve long-term maintenance of physical activity with older adults: A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Physical Activity and Health. 8 Suppl 2, S257-S266. PMID: 21918240, PMCID: PMC3181088, NIHMSID: 313455, Retrieved from: http://bit.ly/ycoLMT (PIF = 1.783** approx).

Anton, S. D., Manini, T. M., Milsom, V. A., Dubyak, P., Cesari, M., Cheng, J., Daniels, M. J., Marsiske, M., Pahor, M., Leeuwenburgh, C., & Perri, M. G. (2011). Effects of a Weight Loss Plus Exercise Program on Physical Functioning in Overweight, Older Women: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Clinical Interventions in Aging,6 141–149. PMID: 21753869, PMCID: PMC3131984, NIHMSID: 276880, http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/CIA.S17001, (PIF = 2.246** approx).

Tucker, C. M., Marsiske, M., Rice, K. G., Jones J. D., & Herman, K. C. (2011). Patient-Centered Culturally Sensitive Health Care: Model Testing and Refinement. Health Psychology, 30, 342-350. PMID:21553978, PMCID: PMC3092156, NIHMSID: 276878, DOI https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21553978/, (PIF = 4.416).

McGee Campbell, J. L., Rowe, M. A., & Marsiske, M. (2010). Behavioral symptoms of dementia: A dyadic effect of caregivers’ stress process. Research in Gerontological Nursing, PMID: 20873693, PMCID: PMC3140561, NIHMSID: 220979, http://dx.doi.org/10.3928/19404921-20100901-02, (PIF = 0.768** approx).

Kirsch-Darrow, L., Zahodne, L. B., Marsiske, M., Okun, M. S., Foote, K. D., & Bowers, D. (2010). The trajectory of apathy after deep brain stimulation: From pre-surgery to 6 months post-surgery in Parkinson’s disease. Parkinsonism & Related Disorders, 17, 182-188, PMID: 21256069, PMCID: PMC3045850, NIHMSID: 267993, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.parkreldis.2010.12.011 (PIF = 2.676)

Dzierzewski J..M., Williams J..M., Roditi D., Marsiske M., McCoy K..J..M., McNamara J., Dautovich N., Robinson M..E., McCrae C.S.(2010) Daily Variations in Objective Nighttime Sleep and Subjective Morning Pain in Older Adults with Insomnia: Evidence of Covariation over Time. Journal of the American Geriatric Society, 58, 925-930. PMID: 20406316, PMCID: PMC2924958, NIHMSID: 218736, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1532-5415.2010.02803.x (PIF = 4.460)

Aiken Morgan, A. T., Marsiske, M., Dzierzewski, J., Jones, R. N., Whitfield, K. E., Johnson, K. E., & Cresci, M. K. (2010). Race-Related Cognitive Test Bias in the ACTIVE Study: A MIMIC Model Approach, Experimental Aging Research, 36, 426-452. PMCID: PMC2941916, NIHMSID: 179830, DOI pending.(PIF =1.298), http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0361073X.2010.507427

Plummer-D’Amato P., Altmann L.J., Behrman A.L., Marsiske M. (2010). Interference between cognition, double-limb support, and swing during gait in community-dwelling individuals poststroke. Neurorehabilation and Neural Repair, 24, 542-549, PMID: 20424190, PMCID:  PMC2923473, NIHMSID: 219475, http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1545968309357926   (PIF = 2.137)

Rogalski Y, Altmann L. J., Plummer-D’Amato P., Behrman A. L., Marsiske M. (2010). Discourse coherence and cognition after stroke: a dual task study. Journal of Communication Disorders, 43, 212-224, PMID: 20219209, PMCID: PMC2913387, NIHMSID: 219476 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jcomdis.2010.02.001  (PIF = 2.276)

Cook, S. E., Marsiske, M., & McCoy, K. J. M. (2009). The Use of the Modified Telephone Interview for Cognitive Status (TICS-M) in the Detection of Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment, Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology, 22, 103-109, PMID: 19417219, PMCID: PMC2913129, NIHMSID: 219172, http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0891988708328214 (PIF=2.581)

Horgas A. L., Elliott A. F., Marsiske M. (2009). Pain assessment in persons with dementia: relationship between self-report and behavioral observation. Journal of the American Geriatric Society, 57, 126-132. PMID: 19054191, PMCID: PMC2712941, NIHMSID: 102387, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1532-5415.2008.02071.x (PIF=4.460)

Horgas, A. L., Yoon, S. J., Nichols, A. L., & Marsiske, M. (2008). The Relationship Between Pain and Functional Disability in Black and White Older Adults.  Research in Nursing and Health, 31, 341-354 PMID: 18231972, PMCID: PMC2907068, NIHMSID: 184307,  http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/nur.20270 (PIF=1.935)

Kay, D. B., Marsiske, M., Suomi, S. J., & Higley, D. (2009) Exploratory factor analysis of human infant temperament in the rhesus monkey. Infant Behavior and Development, 111-114, PMID: 20036777, PMCID: PMC2858223, NIHMSID: 167581 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.infbeh.2009.11.005 (PIF=1.627)

Miller K.M., Okun M.S., Marsiske M, Fennell E.B., Bowers D. (2009). Startle reflex hyporeactivity in Parkinson’s disease: an emotion-specific or arousal-modulated deficit? Neuropsychologia, 47, 1917-1927, PMID: 19428424, PMCID: PMC2709833, NIHMSID: 102557, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2009.03.002 (PIF= 4.766)

Wolinsky, F.D., Vander Weg, M.W., Martin, R., Unverzagt, F.W., Willis, S.L., Marsiske, M., Rebok, G.W., Morris, J.N., Ball, K.K., & Tennstedt, S.L. (2009). Does cognitive training improve internal locus of control among older adults? Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences, 108, PMID: 20008028, PMCID: Pending, NIHMSID: 219176 http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/geronb/gbp117 (PIF= 2.825)

Unverzagt, F. W., Smith, D. M., Rebok, G. W., Marsiske, M., Morris, J. N., Jones, R., Willis, S. L., Ball, K., King, J. W., Mann Koepke, K., Stoddard, A., & Tennstedt, S. L. (2009).  The Indiana Alzheimer Disease Center’s Symposium on Mild Cognitive Impairment.  Cognitive Training in Older Adults: Lessons from the ACTIVE Study.  Current Alzheimer Research, 6, 375-383, PMID: 19689237, PMCID: PMC2729785, NIHMSID: 98247, (No DOI; Retrieved from: http://www.bentham.org/car/) (PIF =4.971*)

Aiken Morgan, A. T., Marsiske, M., & Whitfield, K. E. (2008).  Characterizing and explaining differences in cognitive test performance between African American and European American older adults.  Experimental Aging Research, 34, 80-100, PMID: 18189169, PMCID: PMC2211729, NIHMSID: 24817 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03610730701776427 (PIF=1.298)

Floetke Elliot, A., Horgas, A. L., & Marsiske, M. (2008).  Nurses’ Role in Identifying Mild Cognitive Impairment in Older Adults.  Geriatric Nursing, 29, 28-37, PMID: 18267176, PMCID: PMC2268752, NIHMSID: 40903,  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gerinurse.2007.04.015 (PIF=0.556)

McCrae, C. S., McNamara, J. P. H., Rowe, M. A., Dzierzewski, J. M., Dirk, J., Marsiske, M., & Craggs, J. G. (2008). Sleep and affect in older adults:  Using multilevel modeling to examine daily associations. Journal of Sleep Research, 17, 42-53, PMID: 18275554, PMCID: PMC2923492, NIHMSID: 219179, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2869.2008.00621.x (PIF=3.653)

Plummer-D’Amato, P., Altmann, L. J. P., Saracino, D., Fox, E., Behrman, A. L., & Marsiske, M. (2008).  Interactions between cognitive tasks and gait after stroke: a dual task study, Gait & Posture, 27, 683–688, PMID: 17945497, PMCID: PMC2913384, NIHMSID: 219477, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gaitpost.2007.09.001 (PIF =3.145)

Unverzagt, F. W., Kasten, L., Johnson, K. E., Rebok,G. W., Marsiske, M., Mann Koepke, K., Elias, J., Morris, J. N., Willis, S. L, Ball, K., Rexroth,D. F., Smith, D. M., Wolinsky, F. D., & Tennstedt, S. L. (2007). Effect of Memory Impairment on Training Outcomes in ACTIVE.  Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 13(6), 953-960, PMID: 17942013, PMCID: PMC2733239, NIHMSID: 130481 http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1355617707071512  (PIF=3.379)

Wadley, V. G., Crowe, M., Marsiske, M., Cook, S. E., Unverzagt, F. W., Rosenberg, A. L., & Rexroth, D. (2007).  Changes in everyday function among individuals with psychometrically defined Mild Cognitive Impairment in the ACTIVE Study.  Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 55, 1192-1198, PMID: 17661957, PMCID: PMC2153444, NIHMSID: 24823, http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1532-5415.2007.01245.x (PIF=4.460)

Willis, S. L., Tennstedt, S. L., Marsiske, M., Ball, K., Elias, J., Mann Koepke, K., Morris, J. N., Rebok, G. W., Unverzagt, F. W., Stoddard, A. M., Wright, E. (2006).  Long-term Effects of Cognitive Training on Everyday Functional Outcomes in Older Adults, JAMA, 296, 2805-2814, PMID: 17179457, PMCID: PMC2910591, NIHMSID: 24850, http://dx.doi.org/10.1001/jama.296.23.2805 (PIF=27.753)

Crowe, M., Andel, R., Wadley, V., Cook, S., Unverzagt, F., Marsiske, M., & Ball, K. (2006).  Subjective cognitive function and decline about older adults with psychometrically defined amnestic MCI, International Journal of Geratric Psychiatry, 21, 1187-1197, PMID: 16955448, PMCID: PMC2905787, NIHMSID: 24851,  http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/gps.1639 (PIF=2.425)

Kirsch-Darrow, L., Fernandez, H. F., Marsiske, M., Okun, M. S., & Bowers, D. (2006).  Dissociating apathy and depression in Parkinson disease.  Neurology, 67, 33-38, PMID: 16832074, PMCID: PMC2911155, NIHMSID: 219182,  http://dx.doi.org/10.1212/01.wnl.0000230572.07791.22 (PIF=7.199)

Cook, S. E., & Marsiske, M. (2006).  Subjective memory beliefs and cognitive performance in normal and mildly impaired older adults.  Aging and Mental Health, 10, 413-423, PMID: 16798634, PMCID: PMC2905785, NIHMSID: 24852,  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13607860600638487 (PIF=1.720)

Stephens, B. W., McCarthy, D., Marsiske, M., Shechtman, O., Classen, S., Justiss, M., & Mann, W. T. (2006).  International Older Driver Consensus Conference on Assessment, Remediation and Counseling for Transportation Alternatives:  Summary and recommendations.  Physical and Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics, 23, 103-121. No PMID, PMCID: PMC2910424, NIHMSID: 219474, http://dx.doi.org/10.1300/J148v23n02_07 (PIF = 0.195** approx)

Allaire, J. C., & Marsiske, M. (2005).  Intraindividual variability may not always indicate vulnerability in elders’ cognitive performance. Psychology and Aging, 20, 390-401, PMID: 16248699, PMCID: PMC2908894, NIHMSID: 24853 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/16248699/ (PIF=4.151)

Jones, R. N., Allaire, J., McCoy, K., Kleinman, K., Rebok, G., Malloy, P., Rosenberg, A., Morris, J., & Marsiske, M. (2005) A growth curve model of learning acquisition among cognitively normal older adults. Experimental Aging Research, 31, 291-312, PMID: 16036723, PMCID: PMC2908897, NIHMSID: 24854, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03610730590948195 (PIF=1.298)

Diehl, M., Marsiske, M., Horgas, A. L., Saczynski, J., Rosenberg, A., & Willis, S. L. (2005). The Revised Observed Tasks of Daily Living:  A performance-based assessment of everyday problem solving in older adults. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 24, 211-230, PMID: 18160968, PMCID: PMC2153442, NIHMSID: 24818 http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0733464804273772 (PIF=0.993)

Ball, K., Berch, D. B., Helmers, K. F., Jobe, J. B., Leveck, M. D., Marsiske, M., Morris, J. N., Rebok, G. W., Smith, D. M., Tennstedt, S. L., Unverzagt, F. W., Willis, S. L. (2002).  The effects of cognitive training interventions with older adults:  A randomized controlled trial.  Journal of the American Medical Association, 288, 2271-2281, PMID: 12425704, PMCID: ,  PMC2916176, NIHMSID: 24855, http://dx.doi.org/10.1001/jama.288.18.2271 (PIF=27.753)

Allaire, J.C., & Marsiske, M. (2002). Well-and ill-defined measures of everyday cognition:  Relationship to elders’ intellectual ability and functional status. Psychology and Aging, 17, 101-115, PMID: 11931279, PMCID: PMC2909873, NIHMSID: 219473  https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/11931279/ (PIF=4.151)

Margrett, J. A., and Marsiske, M. (2002).  Gender differences in adults’ everyday cognitive collaborations.  International Journal of Behavioral Development, 26, 45-59, No PMID, PMCID: PMC2909137, NIHMSID: 219190, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01650250143000319 (PIF=1.949)

Jobe, J. B. Smith, D. M., Ball, K., Tennstedt, S. L., Marsiske, M, Rebok, G. R., Morris, J. N., Willis, S. L., Helmers, K., Leveck, M. D., & Kleinman, K. (2001). ACTIVE:  A cognitive intervention trial to promote independence in older adults.  Controlled Clinical Trials, 22, 453-479, PMID: 11514044, PMCID: PMC2916177, NIHMSID: 219186    http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0197-2456(01)00139-8 (PIF=1.959)

Lindenberger, U., Marsiske, M., & Baltes, P. B. (2000).  Memorizing while walking:  Increase in dual-task costs from young adulthood to old age.  Psychology and Aging, 15, 417-436, PMID: 11014706, https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/11014706/ (PIF=4.151)

Allaire, J. C., & Marsiske, M. (1999).  Everyday cognition:  Age and intellectual ability correlates. Psychology and Aging, 14, 627-644, PMID: 10632150, PMCID: PMC2904910, NIHMSID: 219472, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2904910/  (PIF=4.151)

Marsiske, M., Klumb, P., & Baltes, M. M. (1997).  Everyday activity patterns and sensory functioning in old age.  Psychology and Aging, 12, 444-457, PMID: 9308092, https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/9308092/ (PIF=4.151)

Marsiske, M., & Willis, S. L. (1995).  Dimensionality of everyday problem solving in older adults.  Psychology and Aging, 10, 269-283, PMID: 7662186, PMCID: PMC2923471, NIHMSID: 219184 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2923471/ (PIF=4.151)

Meyer, B. J. F., Marsiske, M., & Willis, S. L. (1993).  Text processing variables predict the readability of everyday documents read by older adults.  Reading Research Quarterly, 28, 234-249, PMID: 20169005, PMCID: PMC2823075, NIHMSID: 134707 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20169005 (PIF = 1.960)

Staudinger, U. M., Marsiske, M., & Baltes, P. B. (1993).  Resilience and levels of reserve capacity in later adulthood:  Perspectives from life-span theory.  Development and Psychopathology, 5, 541-566, No PMID, http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0954579400006155 (PIF=7.094)

Willis, S. L., Jay, G. M., Diehl, M., & Marsiske, M.  (1992).  Longitudinal change and prediction of everyday task competence in the elderly. Research on Aging, 14, 68-91, No PMID, PMCID: PMC2825690, NIHMSID: 134704 http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0164027592141004 (PIF=1.816)

Cohn, M. D., Horgas, A. L., & Marsiske, M.  (1990).  Behavior management training for nurse aides:  Is it effective?  Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 11, 1-5, PMID: 2243174, PMCID: PMC2916167, NIHMSID: 219187, Retrieved from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2916167// (PIF = 0.815*)