Below is a list of the most recent scientific studies published by ADAPT Lab members over
the past 2 years
John, A., Rusted, J., Richards, M., Gaysina, D. (2020). Bidirectional relation between affective symptoms and cognitive function from middle to late adulthood: a population-based birth cohort study. Aging and Mental Health. In press.
Bell, G*., John, A*., Gaysina, D (2020). Affective symptoms across the life course and resilience in
cognitive function. Annals of Human Biology, 47(2), 116-124.
*Joint first author
Desai, R., Charlesworth, G. M., Brooker, H. J., Potts, H. W., Corbett, A., Aarsland, D., & Ballard, C. G. (2020). Temporal Relationship Between Depressive Symptoms and Cognition in Mid and Late Life: A Longitudinal Cohort Study. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association.
John, A., Rusted, J., Richards, M., & Gaysina, D. (2020). Accumulation of affective symptoms and midlife cognitive function: The role of inflammation. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 84, 164-172.
Stott, J., Cadman, T., Potts, H., Scior, K., Brede, J., & Charlesworth, G. (2020). Thought–feeling discrimination in people with dementia: adaptation and preliminary validation of the first dementia-specific measure. International Psychogeriatrics, 32(1), 87-96.
John, A., James, S. N., Rusted, J., Richards, M., & Gaysina, D. (2019). Effects of affective symptoms in adolescence and adulthood on trajectories of cognitive function from middle to late adulthood. Journal of Affective Disorders, 259, 424-431.
John, A., Desai, R., Richards, M., Gaysina, D., & Stott, J. (2020). The role of cardiometabolic risk in the association between accumulation of affective symptoms across adulthood and midlife cognitive function. British Journal of Psychiatry. In Press.
Utoomprurkporn, N., Woodall, K., Stott, J., Costafreda, S. G., & Bamiou, D. E. (2020). Hearing‐impaired population performance and the effect of hearing interventions on Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA): systematic review and meta‐analysis. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry.
John, A., James, S. N., Patel, U., Rusted, J., Richards, M., & Gaysina, D. (2019). Longitudinal associations of affective symptoms with mid-life cognitive function: evidence from a British birth cohort. The British Journal of Psychiatry, 215(5), 675-682.
Stott, J., Cadman, T., Scior, K., Brede, J., Chadwick, E., & Charlesworth, G. (2019). Cognitive mediation in people with dementia: Development, structural, and construct validity of the first dementia‐specific measure. International journal of geriatric psychiatry, 34(11), 1590-1598.
Venus, W. S., Crabtree, J., Islam, S., & Stott, J. (2019). Comparing Intellectual and Memory Abilities of Older Autistic Adults with Typically Developing Older Adults Using WAIS-IV and WMS-IV. Journal of autism and developmental disorders, 49(10), 4123-4133.
Noone, D., Stott, J., Aguirre, E., Llanfear, K., & Spector, A. (2019). Meta-analysis of psychosocial interventions for people with dementia and anxiety or depression. Aging & mental health, 23(10), 1282-1291.
Douglas, S., Stott, J. C. H., Spector, A., Charlesworth, G., Noone, D., Payne, J., ... & Aguirre, E. (2019). Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) for depression in dementia: a qualitative study on patient, carer and facilitator experiences. BMC Geriatrics.
Tribe, R. H., Freeman, A. M., Livingstone, S., Stott, J. C., & Pilling, S. (2019). Open dialogue in the UK: qualitative study. BJPsych open, 5(4).
Freeman, A. M., Tribe, R. H., Stott, J. C., & Pilling, S. (2019). Open dialogue: a review of the evidence. Psychiatric Services, 70(1), 46-59.
Freeman, A. M., Tribe, R. H., Stott, J. C., & Pilling, S. (2019). Open Dialogue: The Evidence and Further Research: In Reply. Psychiatric Services, 70(6), 531-531.
Brotherhood, E. V., Stott, J., Windle, G., Barker, S., Culley, S., Harding, E., ... & McKee‐Jackson, R. (2019). Protocol for the Rare Dementia Support Impact Study: RDS Impact. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry.
Habib, N., & Stott, J. (2019). Systematic review of the diagnostic accuracy of the non-English versions of Addenbrooke's cognitive examination–revised and III. Aging & mental health, 23(3), 297-304.
John, A., Patel, U., Rusted, J., Richards, M., & Gaysina, D. (2019). Affective problems and decline in cognitive state in older adults: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Psychological medicine, 49(3), 353-365.
Bousfield, C., & Stott, J. (2019). Impact of Dementia on Mindful Attention: a Cross-Sectional Comparison of People with Dementia and Those Without. Mindfulness, 10(2), 279-287.
James, S. N., Davis, D., O'Hare, C., Sharma, N., John, A., Gaysina, D., ... & Richards, M. (2018). Lifetime affective problems and later-life cognitive state: over 50 years of follow-up in a British birth cohort study. Journal of affective disorders, 241, 348-355.
Desai, R. (2018). Depressive symptoms and cognitive decline in mid and late life: is there a temporal relationship and is it mediated by lifestyle? (Doctoral dissertation, UCL (University College London)).
Hickey, A., Crabtree, J., & Stott, J. (2018). ‘Suddenly the first fifty years of my life made sense’: Experiences of older people with autism. Autism, 22(3), 357-367.
Anderson, E., Fredman, G., & Stott, J. (Eds.). (2018). Being with Older People: A Systemic Approach. Routledge.
Martin, E., & Stott, J. (2018). Using our selves in work with older people. In Being with Older People (pp. 61-86). Routledge.