Renée Biss
Renée Biss
Assistant Professor, University of Windsor
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Happy as a lark: morning-type younger and older adults are higher in positive affect.
RK Biss, L Hasher
Emotion 12 (3), 437, 2012
Delighted and distracted: positive affect increases priming for irrelevant information.
RK Biss, L Hasher
Emotion 11 (6), 1474, 2011
Distraction can reduce age-related forgetting
RK Biss, KWJ Ngo, L Hasher, KL Campbell, G Rowe
Psychological Science 24 (4), 448-455, 2013
Positive mood is associated with the implicit use of distraction
RK Biss, L Hasher, RC Thomas
Motivation and emotion 34, 73-77, 2010
Interference from previous distraction disrupts older adults’ memory
RK Biss, KL Campbell, L Hasher
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2013
Face–name learning in older adults: A benefit of hyper-binding
JC Weeks, RK Biss, KJ Murphy, L Hasher
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 23, 1559-1565, 2016
Leveraging older adults’ susceptibility to distraction to improve memory for face-name associations.
RK Biss, G Rowe, JC Weeks, L Hasher, KJ Murphy
Psychology and Aging 33 (1), 158, 2018
Exergaming platform for older adults residing in long-term care homes: user-centered design, development, and usability study
CH Chu, RK Biss, L Cooper, AML Quan, H Matulis
JMIR serious games 9 (1), e22370, 2021
Happily distracted: mood and a benefit of attention dysregulation in older adults
RK Biss, JC Weeks, L Hasher
Frontiers in Psychology 3 (399), 399, 2012
The BNT-15 provides an accurate measure of English proficiency in cognitively intact bilinguals–A study in cross-cultural assessment
S Ali, L Elliott, RK Biss, M Abumeeiz, M Brantuo, P Kuzmenka, ...
Applied Neuropsychology: Adult 29 (3), 351-363, 2022
Time of day effects on the use of distraction to minimise forgetting
KWJ Ngo, RK Biss, L Hasher
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (11), 2334-2341, 2018
Implicit processes enhance cognitive abilities in mild cognitive impairment
G Rowe, AK Troyer, KJ Murphy, R Biss, L Hasher
Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition 30 (2), 172-180, 2023
Neurocognitive profiles associated with limited English proficiency in cognitively intact adults
MA Brantuo, K An, RK Biss, S Ali, LA Erdodi
Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology 37 (7), 1579-1600, 2022
An incidental learning method to improve face-name memory in older adults with amnestic mild cognitive impairment
RK Biss, G Rowe, L Hasher, KJ Murphy
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 26 (9), 851-859, 2020
Examining the cognitive and mental health related disability rates among the homeless: Policy implications of changing the definition of disability in Ontario.
S Roy, T Svoboda, B Issacs, R Budin, A Sidhu, RK Biss, B Lew, ...
Canadian Psychology/Psychologie canadienne 61 (2), 118, 2020
Effects of Exergaming on Physical and Cognitive Outcomes of Older Adults Living in Long-Term Care Homes: A Systematic Review
CH Chu, AML Quan, A Souter, A Krisnagopal, RK Biss
Gerontology 68 (9), 1044-1060, 2022
Designing an exergaming device for older adults residing in long-term care homes
A Sultana, R Biss, C Chu
Proceedings of the Workshop on Designing Interactions for the Aging …, 2018
Technology use among family caregivers of people with dementia
GY Mo, RK Biss, L Poole, B Stern, K Waite, KJ Murphy
Canadian Journal on Aging/La Revue canadienne du vieillissement 40 (2), 331-343, 2021
Systematic review of the effects of non-vr exergaming on mobility outcomes of older adults living in long-term care
CH Chu, R Biss, A Sultana, A Gauthier-Beaupré, A Talebzadeh
Innovation in Aging 3 (Suppl 1), S473, 2019
The effects of exergaming interventions on cognition and physical activity of institutionalized older adults: A systematic review
A Gauthier-Beaupré, RK Biss, A Talebzadeh, A Sultana, CH Chu
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