Research Using the NACC Database


Neuroimaging Correlates of Delusions in Alzheimer???s Disease and Related
Dementias
 
   Lead Investigator:    Winnie Qian
   Institution      :    St. Michael's Hospital
   E-Mail           :    qianw@smh.ca
   Proposal ID      :    437

Publications: 1 Qian W, Fischer CE, Millikin C, Ismail Z, Smith, EE, Lix LM, Munoz DG, Schweizer, TA Atrophy in the Default Mode, Central Executive, and Salience Networks following the development of delusions in patients with Alzheimer's disease 2016 Journal Article Am J Geriatr Psychiatry ,
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2 Qian W Atrophy in the Default Mode Network Following the Development of Delusions in Patients with Alzheimer's Disease Abstract Am J Geriatr Psychiatry,24(3):S133 - S135,2016,
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3 Qian W, Fischer CE, Schweizer TA, Munoz DG Cognitive and Functional Differences Between Delusions and Hallucinations in Alzheimer's Disease 2016 Abstract American Academy of Neurology ,
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4 Qian W Delusions in Alzheimer's disease are associated with prefrontal and cerebellar atrophy 2016 Abstract American Association of Geriatric Psychiatry (AAGP) ,
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5 Qian W, Fischer C, Schweizer T, Munoz D Determining the Impact of Psychosis on Rates of False Positive and False Negative Diagnosis in Alzheimer's Disease 2016 Abstract American Association of Geriatric Psychiatry (AAGP) ,
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6 Qian W, Schweizer T, Munoz D, Fischer C Relationship between APOE e4 and cognitive and functional outcomes in Alzheimer's disease patients with psychosis 2016 Abstract American Association of Geriatric Psychiatry (AAGP) ,
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7 Qian W Atrophy in the Default Mode Network Following the Development of Delusions in Patients with Alzheimer's Disease Abstract Can Geriatr J,18(4):264-265,2015,
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8 Qian W Delusions in Alzheimer's disease are associated with prefrontal and cerebellar atrophy Abstract Can Geriatr J,18(4):264,2015,
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9 Sennik S, Schweizer TA, Fischer CE, Munoz DG Risk factors and pathological substrates associated with Agitation/Aggression in Alzheimer's disease: a preliminary study using NACC data 2016 Journal Article J Alzheimers Dis ,PMC in process
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