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  • 2021 - Spanish Consortium for Ageing Normative Data (SCAND): Semantic Verbal Fluency Tests [READ]

  • 2021 - Spanish Consortium for Ageing Normative Data (SCAND): Screening tests (MMSE, GDS-15 and MFE) [READ]



  • Preserved semantic categorical organization in mild cognitive impairment: A network analysis of verbal fluency [READ]

  • Transition from mild cognitive impairment to normal cognition: Determining the predictors of reversion with multi-state Markov models [READ]

  • Residence, Clinical Features, and Genetic Risk Factors Associated with Symptoms of COVID-19 in a Cohort of Older People in Madrid [READ]

  • Functional Connectivity Hypersynchronization in Relatives of Alzheimer’s Disease Patients: An Early E/I Balance Dysfunction? [READ]


  • Selecting the most important self-assessed features for predicting conversion to mild cognitive impairment with random forest and permutation-based methods [READ]

  • The relationship between physical activity, APOE ε4 carriage and brain health [READ]

  • Age and APOE genotype affect the relationship between objectively measured physical activity and power in the alpha band, a marker of brain disease [READ]

  • Impact of individual and neighborhood dimensions of socioeconomic status on the prevalence of mild cognitive impairment over seven-year follow-up [READ]

  • Changes in visual memory in mild cognitive impairment: a longitudinal study with CANTAB [READ]

  • Sentence reading in older adults with and without Mild Cognitive Impairment. The role of Working Memory and Interference Control

  • The Role of Chronic Stress as a Trigger for the Alzheimer Disease Continuum [READ]

  • Longitudinal patterns of the Tip-of-the-Tongue phenomenon in people with Subjective Cognitive Complaints and Mild Cognitive Impairment [READ]

  • Cognitive reserve and working memory in cognitive performance of adults with subjective cognitive complaints: longitudinal structural equation modeling [READ]

  • Does the neuropsychiatric inventory predict progression from mild cognitive impairment to dementia? A systematic review and meta-analysis [READ]

  • Neuropsychiatric symptoms as predictors of conversion from MCI to dementia: a machine learning approach [READ]


  • Electrophysiological brain signatures for the classification of subjective cognitive decline: towards an individual detection in the preclinical stages of dementia [READ]

  • Machine learning approaches to studying the role of cognitive reserve in conversion from mild cognitive impairment to dementia [READ]

  • How cognitive reserve influences older adult´s cognitive state; executive functions and language comprehension: A structural equation model [READ]

  • Using and overlapping time interval strategy to study diagnostic instability in mild cognitive impairment subtypes [READ]

  • Enhancement of posterior brain functional networks in bilingual older adults [READ]

  • Assessing mild behavioral impairment with the mild behavioral impairment checklist in people with subjective cognitive decline [READ]

  • Assessing mild behavioral impairment with the mild behavioral impairment-checklist in people with mild cognitive impairment [READ]


  • Internal Consistency Over Time of Subjective Cognitive Decline: Drawing Preclinical Alzheimer's Disease Trajectories [READ]

  • Efficacy of cognitive training in older adults with and without subjective cognitive decline is associated with inhibition efficiency and working memory span, not with cognitive reserve [READ]

  • Assessing everyday activities across the dementia spectrum with the Amsterdam IADL Questionnaire [READ]

  • Can the post-error effect mask age-related differences in congruency conditions when education and overall accuracy are controlled for? [READ]

  • Factors explaining language performance after training in elders with and without subjective cognitive decline [READ]

  • Effects of cognitive reserve on cognitive performance in a follow-up study in older adults with subjective cognitive complaints. The role of Working Memory [READ]


  • APOE ε4 Modulation of Training Outcomes in Several Cognitive Domains in a Sample of Cognitively Intact Older Adults [READ]

  • Subjective Cognitive Decline as a Preclinical Marker for Alzheimer's Disease: The Challenge of Stability Over Time [READ]

  • Network disruption in the preclinical stages of Alzheimer’s disease: from subjective cognitive decline to mild cognitive impairment [READ]

  • Longitudinal assessment of verbal learning and memory in amnestic mild cognitive impairment: practice effects and meaningful changes [READ]

  • Normative data for the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) in a spanish simple of community-dweller adults [READ]


  • Clinical Relevance of Specific Cognitive Complaints in Determining Mild Cognitive Impairment from Cognitively Normal States in a Study of Healthy Elderly Controls [READ]

  • Specific Features of Subjective Cognitive Decline Predict Faster Conversion to Mild Cognitive Impairment [READ]

  • Comparison between an empirically derived and a standard classification of Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment from a sample of adults with subjective cognitive complaints [READ]

  • Characterizing magnitude and selectivity of attrition in a study of mild cognitive impairment [READ]


  • The Vallecas Project: A Cohort to Identify Early Markers and Mechanisms of Alzheimer's Disease [READ]

  • Psychometric properties of a new short version of the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory (STAI) for the assessment of anxiety in the elderly [READ]

  • Normative scores of the Cambridge Cognitive Examination-Revised in healthy Spanish population [READ]


  • Cluster subtypes of the Spanish version of the California Verbal Learning Test in a sample of adults with subjective memory complaints [READ]

  • Prevalence and correlates of mild cognitive impairment in adults aged over 50 years with subjective cognitive complaints in primary care centers [READ]

  • Visual memory profiling with CANTAB in Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) subtypes [READ]

  • Structural model for estimating the influence of cognitive reserve on cognitive performance in adults with subjective memory complaints [READ]

  • Attentional Control in Amnestic MCI Subtypes: Insights From a Simon Task [READ]

  • El nivel de vocabulario como indicador de reserva cognitiva en la evaluación del deterioro cognitivo ligero [READ]


  • Does tip-of-the-tongue for proper names discriminate amnestic mild cognitive impairment? [READ]


  • Prevalence and correlates of cognitive impairment in adults with subjective memory complaints in primary care centres [READ]

  • A new shortened version of the Boston Naming Test for those aged over 65: an approach from item response theory [READ]

  • Tip-of-the-tongue in aging: Influence of vocabulary, working memory and processing speed [READ]