Affiliation: University of Newcastle
- Why people see things that are not there: a novel Perception and Attention Deficit model for recurrent complex visual hallucinationsDaniel Collerton
South of Tyne and Wearside Mental Health NHS Trust, Bensham Hospital, Gateshead NE8 4YL, United Kingdom
Behav Brain Sci 28:737-57; discussion 757-94. 2005..Several tests of the model are indicated, together with a number of treatment options that it generates...
- Systematic review and meta-analysis show that dementia with Lewy bodies is a visual-perceptual and attentional-executive dementiaDaniel Collerton
Bensham Hospital, Gateshead, UK
Dement Geriatr Cogn Disord 16:229-37. 2003..These findings need to be confirmed in prospective, longitudinal, clinicopathological studies...
- A comparison of computerized and pencil-and-paper tasks in assessing cognitive function in community-dwelling older people in the Newcastle 85+ Pilot StudyJoanna Collerton
Institute for Ageing and Health, Newcastle University, Newcastle General Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
J Am Geriatr Soc 55:1630-5. 2007..To compare the acceptability and feasibility of computerized and pencil-and-paper tests of cognitive function in 85-year-old people...
- Dreaming and hallucinations - continuity or discontinuity? Perspectives from dementia with Lewy bodiesDaniel Collerton
Institute for Ageing and Health, Newcastle University, UK
Conscious Cogn 20:1016-20. 2011..A similar analysis of other psychotic features in Lewy body dementia and other disorders suggests that, in contrast to hallucinations, there may be more convincing parallels between dreaming and delusional states...
- A semi-structured interview to assess visual hallucinations in older peopleUrs Peter Mosimann
Institute for Ageing and Health, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Int J Geriatr Psychiatry 23:712-8. 2008..Our objective was to develop a reliable, valid, semi-structured interview for identifying and assessing visual hallucinations in older people with eye disease and cognitive impairment...
- Characteristics of visual hallucinations in Parkinson disease dementia and dementia with lewy bodiesUrs P Mosimann
Institute for Ageing and Health, Wolfson Research Centre, Newcastle General Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Am J Geriatr Psychiatry 14:153-60. 2006..Recurrent visual hallucinations (RVH) are common in both disorders. The authors have compared details of hallucination characteristics and associated neuropsychiatric features in DLB and PDD...
- The assessment of cognition in visually impaired older adultsAlison Killen
Newcastle University Institute for Ageing and Health, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Age Ageing 42:98-102. 2013..002). Conclusion: visually impaired patients benefit from cognitive tests, which do not rely on vision. The more visually impaired the greater the benefit...
- Dementia with Lewy bodiesIan G McKeith
Institute for Ageing and Health, Wolfson Research Centre, Newcastle General Hospital, Newcastle, UK
Semin Clin Neuropsychiatry 8:46-57. 2003..Dementia developing late in the course of PD shares many of the same clinical and pathological characteristics...
- Cognitive style and depressive symptoms in elderly people - extending the empirical evidence for the cognitive vulnerability-stress hypothesisThomas D Meyer
Institute of Neuroscience, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Behav Res Ther 48:1053-7. 2010....