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2008Associations between omega-3 and omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids and cognitive functioning in older adultsDanthiir, V.; Wilson, C.; Nettelbeck, T.; Burns, N.; Wittert, G.; 2008 Annual Scientific Meeting of the Nutrition Society of Australia (30 Nov 2008 - 03 Dec 2008 : Glenelg, S.A.)
2009Attention and Intelligence: A Factor Analytic StudyBurns, N.; Nettelbeck, T.; McPherson, J.
2007Perceptual learning on inspection time and motion perceptionBurns, N.; Nettelbeck, T.; McPherson, J.; Stankov, L.
2015Subjective well-being in older adults: folate and vitamin B₁₂ independently predict positive affectEdney, L.; Burns, N.; Danthiir, V.
2005Emotional intelligence predicts life skills, but not as well as personality and cognitive abilitiesBastian, V.; Burns, N.; Nettelbeck, T.
2003Inspection time in the structure of cognitive abilities: Where does IT fit?Burns, N.; Nettelbeck, T.
2015Accuracy-based measures provide a better measure of sequence learning than reaction time-based measuresUrry, K.; Burns, N.; Baetu, I.
2011Developing auditory measures of general speediness: a pilot studyZajac, I.; Burns, N.; Danthiir, V.
2014Cognitive performance in older adults is inversely associated with fish consumption but not erythrocyte membrane n-3 fatty acidsDanthiir, V.; Hosking, D.; Burns, N.; Wilson, C.; Nettelbeck, T.; Calvaresi, E.; Clifton, P.; Wittert, G.
2011The older people, omega-3, and cognitive health (EPOCH) trial design and methodology: A randomised, double-blind, controlled trial investigating the effect of long-chain omega-3 fatty acids on cognitive ageing and wellbeing in cognitively healthy older adultsDanthiir, V.; Burns, N.; Nettelbeck, T.; Wilson, C.; Wittert, G.