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Subjective cognitive impairment in 55-65-year-old adults is associated with negative affective symptoms, neuroticism, and poor quality of life
A Jenkins, JJ Tree, IM Thornton, A Tales
Journal of Alzheimer's disease 67 (4), 1367-1378, 2019
312019
Are we ready? The construct of subjective cognitive impairment and its utilization in clinical practice: a preliminary UK-based service evaluation
A Jenkins, A Tales, J Tree, A Bayer
Journal of Alzheimer's disease 48 (s1), S25-S31, 2015
242015
Administering cognitive tests through touch screen tablet devices: potential issues
A Jenkins, S Lindsay, P Eslambolchilar, IM Thornton, A Tales
Journal of Alzheimer's disease 54 (3), 1169-1182, 2016
222016
Using motivational interviewing as the basis for a peer support programme in high school
S Channon, K Marsh, A Jenkins, M Robling
Pastoral care in education 31 (1), 66-78, 2013
152013
Attitudes towards Attention and Aging: What Differences between Younger and Older Adults Tell Us about Mobile Technology Design
A Jenkins, P Eslambolchilar, S Lindsay, M Hare, IM Thornton, A Tales
International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction (IJMHCI) 8 (2), 47-68, 2016
122016
Sequential information processing: The “elevated first response effect” can contribute to exaggerated intra-individual variability in older adults
N Basoudan, A Torrens-Burton, A Jenkins, I Thornton, S Thomas, A Tales, ...
Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine 92 (1), 13, 2019
102019
Dementia-friendly public toilets
A Tales, V Burholt, P Nash, JA Bichard, A Clayton-Turner
The Lancet 390 (10094), 552-553, 2017
82017
Ubiquitous mobile sensing: Behaviour, mood, and environment
A Visuri, K Opoku Asare, E Kuosmanen, Y Nishiyama, D Ferreira, ...
Proceedings of the 2018 ACM International Joint Conference and 2018 …, 2018
62018
Distinct profile differences in subjective cognitive decline in the general public are associated with metacognition, negative affective symptoms, neuroticism, stress, and poor …
A Jenkins, J Tree, A Tales
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 80 (3), 1231-1242, 2021
32021
Self-reported memory complaints: Implications from a longitudinal cohort with autopsiesAuthor Response
A Jenkins, FA Schmitt, A Bayer, J Tree, A Tales, E Abner, R Kryscio
Neurology 84 (23), 2384-2384, 2015
32015
Response to" Self-reported memory complaints: Implications from a longitudinal cohort with autopsies"
A Jenkins, A Bayer, J Tree, A Tales
2022
Focus: Attention Science: Sequential Information Processing: The “Elevated First Response Effect” Can Contribute to Exaggerated Intra-Individual Variability in Older Adults
N Basoudan, A Torrens-Burton, A Jenkins, IM Thornton, C Hanley, JJ Tree, ...
The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine 92 (1), 13, 2019
2019
[P3–278]: CHARACTERISING SUBJECTIVE COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT
A Jenkins, A Tales, J Tree
Alzheimer's & Dementia 13 (7S_Part_22), P1050-P1050, 2017
2017
Attitudes towards Attention and Aging: What Differences between Younger and Older
A Jenkins, P Eslambolchilar, S Lindsay, M Hare, IM Thornton, A Tales
2016
P4‐281: Subjective cognitive impairment in uk‐based clinical practices: A preliminary service evaluation
A Jenkins, A Tales, J Tree, A Bayer
Alzheimer's & Dementia 11 (7S_Part_19), P893-P893, 2015
2015
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