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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
492019
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
322021
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
292016
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
262015
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
172013
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
132016
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, ...
Yale J Biol Med 92 (1), 13-20, 2019
102019
Dementia-friendly public toilets
A Tales, V Burholt, P Nash, JA Bichard, A Clayton-Turner, L Coulthard
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
42018
Self-reported memory complaints: implications from a longitudinal cohort with autopsies
A Jenkins, A Bayer, J Tree, A Tales
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
2023
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
International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction
MD Dunlop, J Treviranus, F Güldenpfennig, F Nunes, E Ganglbauer, ...
International Journal 8 (2), 2016
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
Gordon Jones
G Jones
2015
Polymer Science and Innovative Applications: Materials, Techniques, and Future Developments
D Puglia, S Thomas, AM Grumezescu, DR Paul, EW Flick, R Seymour, ...
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