USU Alzheimer's Disease and Cognitive Disorders Lab
papers & presentations
Neuropsychiatric symptoms as risk factors for cognitive decline in clinically normal older adults: The Cache County Study
Lifetime estrogen exposure and cognition in late life: The Cache county
Neuropsychiatric symptoms in severe dementia: Associations with specific cognitive domains the Cache county dementia progression study
Caregiver-care recipient relationship closeness is associated with neuropsychiatric symptoms in dementia
Use of FDA approved medications for Alzheimer’s disease in mild dementia is associated with reduced informal costs of care
Sex Differences in Risk for Alzheimer's Disease Related to Neurotrophin Gene Polymorphisms: The Cache County Memory Study.
Nutritional Status is Associated with Faster Cognitive Decline and Worse Functional Impairment in the Progression of Dementia: The Cache County Dementia Progression Study.
Modelling assistive technology adoption for people with dementia.
Closer caregiver and care-recipient relationships predict lower informal costs of dementia care: The Cache County Dementia Progression Study.
The association of traumatic brain injury with rate of progression of cognitive and functional impairment in a population-based cohort of Alzheimer's disease: the Cache County Dementia Progression Study.
Dementia caregivers' coping strategies and their relationship to health and well-being: the Cache County Study.
Recent conference presentations
Joe Wanzek at Society of Behavioral Medicine in Philadelphia, PA, 2014.
Stephanie Behrens at Gerontological Society of America in Orlando, FL, 2015.
Kat Vernon at International Neuropsychological Society in New Orleans, LA, 2017.
Christine Snyder and Cassie Dance at Society of Behavioral Medicine in Philadelphia, PA, 2014.
Josh Matyi at Gerontological Society of America in New Orleans, LA, 2016.
Chelsea Sanders at Alzheimer's Association International Conference in Boston, MA, 2013.
Josh Matyi at Alzheimer's Association International Conference in Washington, DC, 2015.
William Rozum and Kat Vernon at Rocky Mountain Psychological Association Meeting in Salt Lake City, UT, 2017.
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