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The influence of diversity on the measurement of functional impairment : an international validation of the Amsterdam IADL Questionnaire in eight countries
(Wiley Periodicals, Inc., 2020)
Introduction: To understand the potential influence of diversity on the measurement of functional impairment in dementia, we aimed to investigate possible bias caused by age, gender, education, and cultural differences. ...
Combining a cognitive concurrent task with a motor or motor-cognitive task : which is better to differentiate levels of affectation in Parkinson’s disease?
Cognitive decline usually coexists with motor impairment in PD. Multitask settings provide appropriate measures to evaluate the complex interaction between motor and cognitive impairments. The main objective was to analyze ...
Psychological, social and health-related challenges in spanish older adults during the lockdown of the COVID-19 first wave
(Frontiers Media, 2020)
The global pandemic of COVID-19 has required a population lockdown. Spain has one of the oldest/most aging populations in the world and was one of the most affected countries. We aim to describe the psychological and social ...
Longitudinal Patterns of the Tip-of-the-Tongue Phenomenon in People With Subjective Cognitive Complaints and Mild Cognitive Impairment
Background: The Tip-of-the-Tongue (ToTs) state is considered a universal phenomenon and is a frequent cognitive complaint in old age. Previous cross-sectional studies have found that ToT measures successfully discriminate ...
Prevalence of Cognitive Frailty, Do Psychosocial-Related Factors Matter?
Cognitive frailty (CF) is a topic of growing interest with implications for the study of preventive interventions in aging. Nevertheless, little research has been done to assess the influence of psychosocial variables on ...