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Residential Green Space and Cognitive Function in a Large Cohort of Middle-Aged Women

Authors: Marcia P Jimenez, Elise G Elliott, Nicole V DeVille, Francine Laden, Jaime E Hart, Jennifer Weuve, Francine Grodstein, Peter James

Journal: JAMA Network Open

Year Published: 2022

Importance: Green space can decelerate cognitive decline by supporting physical activity, psychological restoration, or reducing exposure to air pollution. However, existing studies on the association of green space with cognitive decline are limited. Objective: To examine […]

The Role of Personality in a Regular Cognitive Monitoring Program

Authors: Nasreen A Sadeq, Elise G Valdes, Aryn L Harrison Bush, Ross Andel

Journal: Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders

Year Published: 2018

Objectives: This study examines the role of personality in cognitive performance, adherence, and satisfaction with regular cognitive self-monitoring. Materials and Methods: One hundred fifty-seven cognitively healthy older adults, age 55+, completed the 44-item Big-Five Inventory and […]

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