David E. Vance spends much of his time researching Cognition, Gerontology, Clinical psychology, Useful field of view and Psychiatry. His Cognition study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Developmental psychology and Activities of daily living. His Gerontology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Psychological intervention, Life expectancy, Injury prevention, Disease and Human factors and ergonomics.
His Clinical psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Social support, Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, Antiretroviral therapy and Affect. His Useful field of view study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Rehabilitation, Social psychology, Test and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Neurocognitive and Cognitive reserve.
David E. Vance mainly focuses on Cognition, Clinical psychology, Gerontology, Psychological intervention and Psychiatry. His research investigates the connection between Cognition and topics such as Developmental psychology that intersect with problems in Mood. His Clinical psychology study which covers Social support that intersects with Psychosocial and Structural equation modeling.
His Gerontology study incorporates themes from Activities of daily living, Mental health, Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome and Disease. His Activities of daily living study combines topics in areas such as Cognitive psychology and Quality of life. David E. Vance has included themes like Intervention and Physical therapy in his Psychological intervention study.
David E. Vance mostly deals with Cognition, Neurocognitive, Gerontology, Clinical psychology and Cognitive training. His study deals with a combination of Cognition and Context. The various areas that David E. Vance examines in his Neurocognitive study include Activities of daily living, Disease, HIV-associated neurocognitive disorder and Sniffing.
The Gerontology study combines topics in areas such as Psychological intervention, Health literacy, Socioeconomic status and Psychosocial. David E. Vance usually deals with Clinical psychology and limits it to topics linked to Apathy and Coping, Anger, Distress and Gratitude. His Cognitive training research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Intervention, Cognitive Intervention, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Quality of life and Cognitive skill.
Cognition, Neurocognitive, Gerontology, Demography and Successful aging are his primary areas of study. His Cognition research integrates issues from Odds and Primary outcome. His research in Neurocognitive intersects with topics in Psychological intervention, Multivariate analysis and Speed of processing.
His Psychological intervention research incorporates themes from Cognitive skill and Quality of life. David E. Vance combines subjects such as Biopsychosocial model, Health literacy and Socioeconomic status with his study of Gerontology. His work deals with themes such as Life satisfaction, Cross-sectional study, Psychosocial, Quality of life and Social support, which intersect with Successful aging.
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HIV and aging: State of knowledge and areas of critical need for research. a report to the NIH office of AIDS research by the HIV and aging working group
Kevin P. High;Mark Brennan-Ing;David B. Clifford;Mardge H. Cohen.
Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes (2012)
The impact of speed of processing training on cognitive and everyday performance.
J D Edwards;V G Wadley;D E Vance;K Wood.
Aging & Mental Health (2005)
Reliability and Validity of Useful Field of View Test Scores as Administered by Personal Computer
Jerri D. Edwards;David E. Vance;Virginia G. Wadley;Gayla M. Cissell.
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology (2005)
Aging with HIV: a cross-sectional study of comorbidity prevalence and clinical characteristics across decades of life.
David E. Vance;Michael Mugavero;James Willig;James L. Raper.
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (2011)
Mild Cognitive Impairment and Everyday Function: An Investigation of Driving Performance
Virginia G. Wadley;Ozioma Okonkwo;Michael Crowe;David E. Vance.
Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology (2009)
Predictors of driving exposure and avoidance in a field study of older drivers from the state of Maryland.
David E. Vance;Daniel L. Roenker;Gayla M. Cissell;Jerri D. Edwards.
Accident Analysis & Prevention (2006)
The effects of physical activity and sedentary behavior on cognitive health in older adults
David E. Vance;Virginia G. Wadley;Karlene K. Ball;Daniel L. Roenker.
Journal of Aging and Physical Activity (2005)
Do Older Drivers At-Risk for Crashes Modify Their Driving Over Time?
Lesley A. Ross;Lesley A. Ross;Olivio J. Clay;Jerri D. Edwards;Karlene K. Ball.
Journals of Gerontology Series B-psychological Sciences and Social Sciences (2009)
The Accelerate Study: The Longitudinal Effect of Speed of Processing Training on Cognitive Performance of Older Adults
David Vance;Jeffrey Dawson;Virginia Wadley;Jerri Edwards.
Rehabilitation Psychology (2007)
The neuropsychology of HIV/AIDS in older adults.
David J. Hardy;David J. Hardy;David E. Vance.
Neuropsychology Review (2009)
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