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Describing Cognitive Change in Normal Aging and Early-stage Dementia
Verbal fluency tests require individuals to produce as many words as possible in a one minute trial either belonging to a specific category (semantic fluency) or starting with a specific letter (phonemic fluency). Researchers ...
Cognitive Rehabilitation and Telehealth Videoconferencing: Developing an Accessible Intervention for Subjective Cognitive Impairment, Mild Cognitive Impairment, and Dementia
This dissertation contributes to the growing body of research needed to make cognitive rehabilitation for individuals with dementia more accessible to rural families. Our population is aging, and with age comes both normal ...
Understanding Positive Aspects of the Caregiver Experience in Dementia: A Meta-Integration and Qualitative Investigation
This dissertation includes two studies designed to explore the positive aspects of providing care to someone living with dementia. The work reported here provides a knowledge base that benefits future research by allowing ...