Nathan Spreng

Dr. Nathan Spreng

Publications

Title Source (Journal/Book/Conference) Authors/Presenters Published On Type
Doing what you imagine: Completion rates and frequency attributes of imagined future events one year after prospection Memory Spreng RN, Levine B 1352091600 Journal Article
Relationship between lifelong occupation characteristics and frontal hypometabolism: Implications for reserve against frontotemporal dementia disease pathology Neuropsychologia Spreng RN, Drzezga A, Diehl-Schmid J, Kurz A, Levine B, Perneczky, J 1320120000 Journal Article
I remember you: A role for memory in social cognition and the functional neuroanatomy of their interaction Brain Research Spreng RN, Mar RA 1303358400 Journal Article
Occupation attributes relate to location of atrophy in frontotemporal lobar degeneration Neuropsychologia Spreng RN, Rosen H, Strother S, Chow TW, Diehl-Schmid J, Freedman M, Graff-Radford N, Hodges J, Lipton A, Mendez M, Morelli S, Black SE, Miller BL, Levine B 1283140800 Journal Article
Patterns of brain activity supporting autobiographical memory, prospection, and theory of mind, and their relationship to the default mode network Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience Spreng RN, Grady CL 1275364800 Journal Article
Reliable differences in brain activity between young and old adults: A quantitative meta-analysis across multiple cognitive domains Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews Spreng RN, Wojtowicz M, Grady CL 1275364800 Journal Article
The Toronto Empathy Questionnaire: Scale Development and Initial Validation of a Factor-Analytic Solution to Multiple Empathy Measures Journal of Personality Assessment Spreng RN, McKinnon MC, Mar RA, Levine B 1230786000 Journal Article
Occupation attributes relate to laterality of atrophy in frontotemporal lobar degeneration Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders Spreng RN, Rosen HJ, Black SE, Chow TW, Diehl-Schmid J, Freedman M, Graff-Radford NR, Hodges JR, Lipton AM, Mendez MF, Morelli SA, Miller BL, Levine B 1220414400 Abstract
The temporal distribution of past and future autobiographical events across the lifespan Memory & Cognition Spreng RN, Levine B 1136091600 Journal Article

Contact

Harvard University
Department of Psychology
33 Kirkland Street
William James Hall
Cambridge, MA 02138 Phone: 617.495.9031 Email: nathan.spreng@gmail.com Fax: 617.496.3122