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What’s that study? Investigating thinking and emotional regulation styles in older adults

18 February 2019

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We spoke to Anne-Marie Greenaway, PHD student at the University of Reading, who is leading a study to investigate the emotional wellbeing of people living with dementia. When someone experiences a low mood, it makes it more difficult to complete everyday tasks. Low mood increases the level of cognitive impairment in people living with dementia. As approximately half the number of […]

The ‘GE180′ Study

26 February 2016

This study is looking at a brand new way of mapping the brain, and how it is affected by dementia. How does it work? GE180 is a special chemical devised by researchers to latch on to the proteins, called Amyloids, that cause inflammation of the brain for people with Alzheimer’s Disease. The chemical then allows us […]

‘LewyPro’

The ‘LewyPro’ study is looking to improve diagnosis of Dementia with Lewy Bodies, a serious condition. Aims of the Study Dementia with Lewy Bodies (DLB) is the second most common cause of dementia in older people, after Alzheimer’s Disease. However, it is not yet well understood in the medical community, and can frequently be misdiagnosed […]

The ‘CANN’ Study

This study aims to look at how a supplemented diet could help people with Mild Cognitive Impairment. Aims of the Study The overall health benefits of Omega-3, found in fish, and flavanoids – the nutrients in fruit – have been well established. Researchers now want to establish if these compounds could help in the fight against the […]

VEEG-Stim study

‘Join dementia research’ is the new online service that will help volunteers discover and join research studies into dementia around the country. The VEEG-Stim study is aimed at using technology to help us understand what causes the upsetting visual hallucinations in some dementias. Aims of the Study Visual hallucinations are a common and often upsetting symptom […]

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