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Older adult psychopathology: International comparisons of self-reports, collateral reports, and cross-informant agreement
(Cambridge University Press, 2020)
Objectives:To conduct international comparisons of self-reports, collateral reports, and cross-informant agreement regarding older adult psychopathology.Participants:We compared self-ratings of problems (e.g. I cry a lot) ...
The generalizability of older adult self-report (OASR) syndromes of psychopathology across 20 societies
Objectives: As the world population ages, psychiatrists will increasingly need instruments for measuring constructs of psychopathology that are generalizable to diverse elders. The study tested whether syndromes of ...
Investigating sex, masculinity and femininity in relation to impulsive driving and driving anger expression
Human factors constitute a class of prominent road safety related factors. In the present study, human factors of driving were studied by investigating sex differences and gender roles in relation to impulsive driving ...
The generalizability of empirically derived syndromes of collateral-reported elder psychopathology across 11 societies
The purpose of this study was to test whether a syndrome model of elder psy chopathology derived from collateral ratings, such as from spouses and adult chil dren, in the United States would be generalizable in 11 other ...
Comparing short-term memory, working memory and executive functions among patients with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis and healthy individuals
Objective: The intrinsic connectivity networks mostly affected in Alzheimer’s disease (AD) are the default mode (DMN) and salience networks (SN). The capacity of the functional connectivity (FC) changes in these networks ...