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Book chapters and books:
Blazer, D.G., Yaffe, K., Albert, M., Czaja, S., Fick, D. Gwyther, L.P., Hill-Briggs, F., Inouye, S.K., Karlawish, J., Kramer, A.F., LaCroix, A., Morrison, J.H., Powell, T., Reuben D., Snyder, L. & Wallace, R.B. (2015). Cognitive Aging: Progress in Understanding and Opportunities for Action. Institute of Medicine of the National Academies of Science. The National Academy Press, Washington, D.C.
Gratton, G., Kramer, A.F. & Fabiani, M. (2008). Brain sensors and measures. In D.D. Schmorrow & K.M. Stanney (Eds.), Augmented Cognition: A Practioner’s Guide. Santa Monica, CA. Human Factors Society.
Kramer, A.F. & Madden, D. (2008). Attention. In F.I.M. Craik & T.A. Salthouse (Eds.), The handbook of aging and cognition (3rd edition). New York: Psychology Press.
Kramer, A.F. Erickson, K.I. & McAuley, E. (2008). Effects of physical activity on cognition and brain. In D.T. Stuss, G. Winocur & I.H. Robertson (Eds.), Cognitive Neurorehabilitation: Evidence and Applications (2nd edition). United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.
Kramer, A.F. & Parasuraman, R. (2007). Human Factors. In J. Cacioppo, L. Tassinary & G. Bertson (Eds.), Handbook of Psychophysiology, 3rd edition. N.Y.: N.Y., Cambridge University Press.
Bock, J. K., Dell, G. S., Garnsey, S. M., Kramer, A. F., & Kubose, T. T. (2007). Car talk, car listen. In A. S. Meyer, L. Wheeldon & A. Krott (Eds.), Automaticity and control in language processing. (pp. 21-42). Hove, England: Psychology Press.
McCarley, J.S. & Kramer, A.F. (2007). Eye movements as a window on perception and cognition. In M. Rizzo & R. Parasuraman (Eds.), Neuroergonomics: The Brain at Work. N.Y.: N.Y. Oxford University Press.
Boot, W.R., Kramer, A.F. & Becic, E. (2006). Capturing attention in the laboratory and the real world. In A.F. Kramer, A. Kirlik & D. Wiegmann (Eds.), Applied Attention: From Theory to Practice. N.Y.: N.Y. Oxford University Press.
Kramer, A.F., Kirlik, A. & Wiegmann, D. (2006). Applied Attention: From Theory to Practice. N.Y.: N.Y. Oxford University Press.
Kramer, A.F. & Kray, J. (2006). Aging and Attention. (pp. 57-69). In F.I.M. Craik & E. Bialystock (Eds.), Lifespan Cognition: Mechanisms of Change. Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press.
Bulloch, K., Cobain, M.R., Foreyt, J.P., Jennings, J.R., Kramer, A.F., Mayer, E.A., Morrison, J.H., Noble, K.G., Quirk, G.J., Rhode, R., Rose, R.M., Rossman, J., Warner, H.R., Butler, R.N., Fillit, H.M., Frost, G.J., McEwen, B.S., O’Brien, N., Thayer, J.F. & Zuckerman, M. (2006). Stress: Putting the Brain Back into Medicine. N.Y.: N.Y.: International Longevity Center.
Kramer, A.F., Fabiani, M. & Colcombe, S. (2006). Contributions of Cognitive Neuroscience to the Understanding of Behavior and Aging. (pp. 57-84). In W. Schaie & J. Birren (Eds). Handbook of the Psychology of Aging. London: Elsevier.
Kramer, A.F. & Hillman, C.H. (2006). Aging, physical activity and neurocognitive function. (pp. 45-60). In E. Acevedo & P. Ekekakis (Eds.), Psychobiology of Physical Activity. Champaign, IL.: Human Kinetics.
Kramer, A.F., Peterson, M.S., McCarley, J.S. & Boot, W.R. (2005). Role of Memory in Visual Search: A Brief Review of a Developing Literature. In D. McBride & D. Schmorrow (Eds.), Quantifying Human Information Processing. Lanham, Maryland. Lexington Books.
Pringle, H.L., Kramer, A.F., & D.E. Irwin. (2004). Individual differences in the visual representation of scenes. In D.T. Levin (Ed.), Thinking and seeing: Visual metacognition in adults and children (pp. 165-186). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Kramer, A.F. & Willis, S.L. (2004). Enhancing the cognitive vitality of older adults. In J. Lerner & A.E. Alberts (Eds.), Current Directions in Developmental Psychology (pgs 160-166). Pearson Prentice Hall: New Jersey (article reproduced from Psychological Science, 2002, 11, 173-176).
Kramer, A.F. & Belopolsky, A. (2003). Assessing brain function and metal chronometry with event-related brain potentials. In K. Brookhuis (Ed.), Handbook of Human Factors and Ergonomics Methods. NY: Taylor and Francis.
Kramer, A.F. & Willis, S. (2003). Cognitive plasticity and aging. In B. Ross (Ed). Psychology of Learning and Motivation, vol 43. N.Y.: Academic Press.
Banich, M.T., Milham, M.P., Jacobson, B.L., Webb, A., Wszalek, T., Cohen, N.J. & Kramer, A.F. (2001). Attention selection and the processing of task-irrelevant information. Insights from fMRI examinations of the Stroop task. In C. Casanova & M. Pitto (Eds.), Vision: From neurons to cognition, Progress in brain research. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science.
Kramer, A.F., Scialfa, C.T., Petterson, M.T. & Irwin, D.E. (2001). Attentional capture, attentional control and aging. In C. Folk & B. Gibson (Eds.), Attraction, Distraction and Action: Multiple Perspectives on Attentional Capture. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science.
Kramer, A.F., Hahn, S., McAuley, E., Cohen, N.J., Banich, M.T., Harrison, C., Chason, J., Boileau, R.A., Bardell, L., Colcombe, A. & Vakil, E. (2001). Exercise, aging and cognition: Healthy body, healthy mind? In A.D. Fisk & W. Rogers (Eds.), Human Factors Interventions for the Health Care of Older Adults. Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum.
Kramer, A.F. (2000). Cognitive psychophysiology in human factors and ergonomics. In W. Karwowski (Ed.), International encyclopedia of ergonomics and human factors. NY:NY: Taylor and Francis.
Theeuwes, J., Atchley, P. & Kramer, A.F. (2000). On the time course of top-down and bottom-up control of visual attention. In J. Driver & S. Monsell (Eds.), Attention and Performance XVIII. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Gaillard, A.W.K. & Kramer, A.F. (2000). Theoretical and methodological considerations in psychophysiological research. In R. W. Backs & W. Boucsein (Eds.), Engineering Psychophysiology. Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Kramer, A.F. & Weber, T. (2000). Application of psychophysiology to human factors. In J. Cacioppo, L. Tassinary & G. Bertson (Eds.), Handbook of Psychophysiology. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Kramer, A.F., Larish, J., Weber, T., & Bardell, L. (1999). Training for executive control: Task coordination strategies and aging. In D. Gopher & A. Koriat (Eds.), Attention and Performance XVII. Cambridge, MA. MIT Press.
Kramer, A.F., Gopher, D. & Hahn, S. (1999). Aging and executive control. In M. Falkenstein, J. Hohnsbein & P. Ullsperger (Eds.), Cognitive changes due to aging and fatigue as revealed in the electrical brain activity. Berlin: Bundesanstalt fur Arbeitsschutz und Arbeitmedizin.
Kok, A. & Kramer, A.F. (1997). Special issue editors. Mental Resources: Intensive and Selective Aspects. Biological Psychology, 45, 1-288.
Kramer, A.F. & Larish, J. (1996). Training for attentional control in dual-task settings. In W. Rogers & A. Fisk & N. Walker (Eds.), Aging and skilled performance: Advances in theory and applications. Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum.
Kramer, A.F., Trejo, L. & Humphrey, D.G. (1996). Psychophysiological measures of human information processing activities: Potential applications to automated systems. In M. Mouloua & R. Parasuraman (Eds.), Automation and Human Performance: Theory and Applications. Hillsdale, N.J.: Erlbaum.
Kramer, A.F., & Watson, S. (1996). Object-based visual selection and the principle of uniform connectedness. In A. Kramer, M. Coles & G. Logan (Eds.), Converging operations in the study of visual selective attention. Washington, D.C.: APA Press.
Logan, G.D., Coles, M.G.H. & Kramer, A.F. (1996). Converging operations in the study of visual attention: An Introduction. In A. Kramer, M. Coles, & G. Logan (Eds.) Converging operations in the study of visual selective attention. Washington, D.C.: APA Press.
Kramer, A.F., Coles, M.G.H. & Logan, G.D. (1996). Converging operations in the study of visual selective attention. Washington, D.C.: APA Press.
Kramer, A.F. and Spinks, J. (1991). Capacity views of information processing. In R. Jennings & M. Coles (Eds.), Psychophysiology of human information processing: An integration of central and autonomic nervous system approaches. Wiley.
Kramer, A.F. (1991). Physiological measures of mental workload: A review of recent progress. In D. Damos (Ed.), Multiple Task Performance. Taylor & Francis.
Eggemeier, F.T., Wilson, G.F., Kramer, A.F. & Damos, D. (1991). Workload assessment in multi-task environments. In D. Damos (Ed.), Multiple Task Performance. Taylor and Francis.
Kramer, A.F. and Schumacher, R. (1990). A graduate/undergraduate course in Human-Computer Interaction. SIGCHI Bulletin, 21, 71-75.
Kramer, A.F. and Schumacher, R. (1987). Human-computer interaction: A brief glimpse of an emerging field. In L. Mark, J. Warm and R. Huston (Eds.), Ergonomics and Human Factors: Recent Research. New York: Springer-Verlag.
Kramer, A.F. (1987). Event-related brain potentials. In A. Gale and B. Christie (Eds.), Psychophysiology and the Electronic Workplace. Sussex, England: John Wiley and Sons.
Kramer, A.F. (1987). Special issue editor - Cognitive psychophysiology. Human Factors, vol. 29.
Coles, M.G.H., Gratton, G., Kramer, A., and Miller, G. (1986). Principles of signal acquisition and analysis. In M.G.H. Coles, E. Donchin, and S.W. Porges (Eds.), Psychophysiology: Systems, Processes and Applications. New York: Guilford Press.
Donchin, E., Kramer, A.F. and Wickens, C.D. (1986). Applications of event-related brain potentials to problems in engineering psychology. In M.G.H. Coles, E. Donchin, and S.W. Porges (Eds.), Psychophysiology: Systems, Processes and Applications. New York: Guilford Press.
Wickens, C.D., Kramer, A.F., and Donchin, E. (1984). The event-related brain potential as an index of the processing demands of a complex target acquisition task. In R. Karrer, J. Cohen and P. Tueting (Eds.), Brain and Information: Event-Related Potentials. New York: The New York Academy of

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