Journal Articles

  1. & Reaction time and visible white matter lesions in subcortical ischaemic vascular cognitive impairment. Journal Alzheimer's Disease
  2. & Subcortical ischaemic vascular cognitive impairment -insights from reaction time measures. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease
  3. & Oscillatory hyperactivity and hyperconnectivity in young APOE-ɛ4 carriers and hypoconnectivity in Alzheimer’s disease. eLife 8
  4. & Sequential information processing: The 'elevated first response effect' can contribute to exaggerated Intra-individual variability in older adults. Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine 92
  5. & Subjective Cognitive Impairment in 55-65-Year-Old Adults Is Associated with Negative Affective Symptoms, Neuroticism, and Poor Quality of Life. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 67(4), 1367-1378.
  6. & Anodal tDCS improves attentional control in older adults. Experimental Gerontology 115, 88-95.
  7. & Perception and Reality of Cognitive Function: Information Processing Speed, Perceived Memory Function, and Perceived Task Difficulty in Older Adults. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 60(4), 1601-1609.
  8. & Dementia-friendly public toilets. The Lancet 390(10094), 552-553.
  9. & Different trajectories of decline for global form and global motion processing in ageing, Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer’s disease. Neurobiology of Aging
  10. & Non-Pharmacologic Interventions for Older Adults with Subjective Cognitive Decline: Systematic Review, Meta-Analysis, and Preliminary Recommendations. Neuropsychology Review
  11. & Alzheimer's disease disrupts alpha and beta-band resting-state oscillatory network connectivity. Clinical Neurophysiology
  12. & Anxiety in old age and dementia- implications for clinical and research practice. Neuropsychiatry 6(4), 142-148.
  13. & Visual mismatch negativity (vMMN): A review and meta-analysis of studies in psychiatric and neurological disorders. Cortex 80, 76-112.
  14. & Impact of non-pharmacologic interventions on cognitive, behavioural and emotional functioning in older adults with subjective cognitive decline: A systematic review of controlled trials.. Journal of Alzheimer's and Dementia
  15. & Measuring Information Processing Speed in Mild Cognitive Impairment: Clinical Versus Research Dichotomy. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 51(1), 263-275.
  16. & Administering Cognitive Tests Through Touch Screen Tablet Devices: Potential Issues. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 54(3), 1169-1182.
  17. & Attitudes towards Attention and Ageing: What Differences between Younger and Older Adults Tell Us about Mobile Technology Design. International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction 8(2), 47-68.
  18. & Subjective Cognitive Decline. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 48(s1), S1-S3.
  19. Subjective Cognitive Impairment Research. Journal of Neurology and Neurobiology 1(3)
  20. & Subjective Cognitive Impairment: Special Issue of Journal of Alzheimer's Disease. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease
  21. & Are We Ready? The Construct of Subjective Cognitive Impairment and its Utilization in Clinical Practice: A Preliminary UK-Based Service Evaluation. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 48(s1), S25-S31.
  22. & Sexual health and sexual activity in later life. Reviews in Clinical Gerontology 25(1), 22-30.
  23. & Early visual evoked potentials and mismatch negativity in Alzheimer's disease and mild cognitive impairment. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 44
  24. & Double peaked P1 visual evoked potentials in healthy ageing. Clinical Neurophysiology 125(7), 1471-1478.
  25. & Abnormal inhibition of return in mild cognitive impairment: is it specific to the presence of prodromal dementia?. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease
  26. & Is there more to subjective cognitive impairment than meets the eye? A perspective. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 41(3), 655-661.
  27. & Is there more to subjective cognitive impairment than meets the eye? Raising awareness. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 41(3), 665-666.
  28. & Evoked potentials reveal age-related compensatory mechanisms in early visual processing. Neurobiology of Aging 34(4), 1302-1308.
  29. & Intra-Individual reaction time variability in amnestic mild cognitive impairment: A precursor to dementia?. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 32(2), 457-466.
  30. Intra-Individual Reaction Time Variability in Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer’s Disease: Gender, Processing Load and Speed Factors. PLOS ONE
  31. & Dealing with illumination in visual scenes: Effects of Ageing and Alzheimer's Disease. PLoS ONE 7(9), e45104
  32. & Mild Cognitive Impairment: Beyond Memory Dysfunction. International Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 2012, 1-2.
  33. & SPECIAL ISSUE: Mild Cognitive Impairment: Beyond Memory Function. International Journal of Alzheimer's Disease
  34. & Stimulus onsets and distraction in younger and older adults.. Psychology and Aging 27(4), 1111-1119.
  35. & Exogenous phasic alerting and spatial orienting in mild cognitive impairment compared to healthy ageing: Study outcome is related to target response. Cortex 47(2), 180-190.
  36. & Visual search in mild cognitive impairment: A longitudinal study. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 24(1), 151-160.
  37. & New insights into feature and conjunction search: I. Evidence from pupil size, eye movements and ageing. Cortex 46(5), 621-636.
  38. & New insights into feature and conjunction search: II. Evidence from Alzheimer's disease. Cortex 46(5), 637-649.
  39. & What makes cast shadows hard to see?. Journal of Vision 10(3), 1-18.
  40. & Automatic change detection during the performance of a continuous visual task. Neuroreport 20(18), 1638-1642.
  41. & Visual mismatch negativity highlights abnormal pre-attentive visual processing in mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease. Neuropsychologia 46(5), 1224-1232.
  42. & Visual attention-related processing in Alzheimer's disease. Reviews in Clinical Gerontology
  43. & Visual mismatch negativity highlights abnormal preattentive visual processing in Alzheimer's disease. NeuroReport 17(9), 887
  44. & Alerting and orienting in Alzheimer's disease.. Neuropsychology 20(6), 752-756.
  45. & Abnormal spatial and non-spatial cueing effects in mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease. NeuroCase 11(1), 85-92.
  46. & Abnormal visual search in mild cognitive impairment in Alzheimer's disease. NeuroCase 11(1), 80-84.
  47. & Visual mismatch negativity: The detection of stimulus change. NeuroReport 15(4), 659-663.
  48. & The effects of saliency and task difficulty on visual search performance in ageing and Alzheimer's disease. Neuropsychologia 42(3), 335-345.
  49. & Age-related changes in the preattentional detection of visual change. Neuroreport 13, 969-972.
  50. & Visual search in Alzheimer's disease: A deficiency in processing conjunctions of features. Neuropsychologia 40, 1849-1857.
  51. & Phasic visual alertness in Alzheimer's disease and ageing. Neuroreport 13(18), 2557-2560.
  52. & Spatial shifts in visual attention in normal ageing and dementia of the Alzheimer type. Neuropsychologia
  53. & Pupillary light reflex in Alzheimer's disease. Aging and Clinical Experimental Research 13, 473-478.
  54. Tales, A., Troscianko, T., Lush, D., Haworth, J., Wilcock, G.K., Butler, S.R. The pupillary light reflex in aging and alzheimer's disease. 13
  55. & Mismatch negativity in the visual modality. Neuroreport 10(16), 3363-3367.

Other Research Outputs

  1. (2015). Re: Predicting dementia. Rapid response to van Gool and Richard. 350:doi 10.1136/bmj.h2994. (BMJ).
  2. & (2014). Response to "Self-reported memory complaints: Implications from a longitudinal cohort with autopsies". (Neurology).
  3. & Early visual evoked potentials and mismatch negativity in Alzheimer's disease and mild cognitive impairment: Cross-sectional findings and longitudinal follow-up.. International Journal of Psychophysiology 94(2), 156-156.
  4. & (2014). Practical Tips for Researchers: Older adults with mild cognitive impairment & dementia. : Swansea University.
  5. Visual mismatch negativity and early visual ERPs in healthy ageing, mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
  6. Mild cognitive impairment and healthy ageing: Intra-group heterogeneity in visual search and phasic alerting.. Journal of Psychophysiology 25(1), 28-28.