Janet Grace spends much of her time researching Dementia, Psychiatry, Rating scale, Physical therapy and Disease. Her Dementia research integrates issues from Alzheimer's disease, Quality of life and Gerontology. In most of her Psychiatry studies, her work intersects topics such as Clinical psychology.
Her research investigates the link between Rating scale and topics such as Frontal lobe that cross with problems in Neuropsychological test. Her Physical therapy study deals with Neuropsychology intersecting with Cohort study, Finger tapping, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Parkinson's disease and Rehabilitation. Janet Grace studied Disease and Central nervous system disease that intersect with Multicenter study, Retrospective analysis, Deep brain stimulation and Triage.
Janet Grace mainly investigates Psychiatry, Dementia, Clinical psychology, Disease and Audiology. Her research integrates issues of Huntington's disease and Degenerative disease in her study of Psychiatry. The concepts of her Dementia study are interwoven with issues in Alzheimer's disease, Neuropsychological test, Neuropsychology and Physical medicine and rehabilitation.
Her Alzheimer's disease research incorporates elements of Dementia with Lewy bodies, Severity of illness and Central nervous system disease. Her work on Parkinson's disease and Cognitive reserve as part of general Disease research is frequently linked to Quality of life, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. The various areas that she examines in her Audiology study include Developmental psychology, Verbal learning, Cognition and Stroke patient.
Cognition, Psychiatry, Apathy, Dementia and Disease are her primary areas of study. Her work deals with themes such as Developmental psychology, Activities of daily living, Clinical psychology and Disinhibition, which intersect with Cognition. Her Objective test research extends to Psychiatry, which is thematically connected.
Her Apathy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Frontal lobe and Psychometrics. Dementia connects with themes related to Neuropsychology in her study. She is involved in the study of Disease that focuses on Parkinson's disease in particular.
Her primary areas of study are Exploratory factor analysis, Reliability, Apathy, Executive dysfunction and Frontal lobe. Among her research on Exploratory factor analysis, you can see a combination of other fields of science like Best fitting, Confirmatory factor analysis and Scale.
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Patient versus informant perspectives of Quality of Life in Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer's disease
Rebecca E. Ready;Brian R. Ott;Janet Grace.
International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry (2004)
Assessing frontal lobe behavioral syndromes with the frontal lobe personality scale.
Janet Grace;Julie C. Stout;Paul F. Malloy.
Factor analysis of the frontal systems behavior scale (FrSBe).
Julie C. Stout;Rebecca E. Ready;Janet Grace;Paul F. Malloy.
Apathy and Executive Dysfunction in Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer Disease
Rebecca E. Ready;Brian R. Ott;Janet Grace;Deborah A. Cahn-Weiner.
American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry (2003)
Folstein vs modified Mini-Mental State Examination in geriatric stroke. Stability, validity, and screening utility
Janet Grace;Jodi D. Nadler;Desiree A. White;Thomas J. Guilmette.
JAMA Neurology (1995)
Neuropsychological deficits associated with driving performance in Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease
Janet Grace;Melissa M. Amick;Anelyssa D'abreu;Elena K. Festa.
Journal of The International Neuropsychological Society (2005)
A Review of Rating Scales for Measuring Behavior Change Due to Frontal Systems Damage
Paul Malloy;Janet Grace.
Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology (2005)
The Cornell-Brown Scale for Quality of Life in dementia.
Rebecca E Ready;Brian R Ott;Janet Grace;Isabella Fernandez.
Alzheimer Disease & Associated Disorders (2002)
Discrimination of dementia with lewy bodies from Alzheimer disease and Parkinson disease using the clock drawing test.
Deborah A Cahn-Weiner;Karren Williams;Janet Grace;Janet Grace;Geoffrey Tremont;Geoffrey Tremont.
Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology (2003)
Visual and cognitive predictors of driving safety in Parkinson's disease patients
Melissa M. Amick;Melissa M. Amick;J. Grace;J. Grace;B. R. Ott.
Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology (2007)
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