ISSN 1360-7863, Online ISSN: 1364-6915
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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Decision-making, dementia and the law: cross national perspectives
Wilber, Kathleen H.
Legal interventions for persons with dementia in the USA: ethical, policy and practical aspects
Kapp, M. B.
Perspectives on legislation relating to the rights and protection of people with dementia in Europe
Gove, D.; Georges, J.
Empowerment and decision-making for people with dementia: the use of legal interventions in Scotland
The law and dementia—issues in England and Wales
Jones, R. G.
The prevalence and correlates of capacity to consent to a geriatric psychiatry admission
Mukherjee, S.; Shah, A.
Should a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease be disclosed?
Sullivan, K.; O'Conor, F.
Anxiety sensitivity, anxiety, and depression in older patients and their relation to hypochondriacal concerns and medical illnesses
Bravo, I. M.; Silverman, W. K.
The impact of the native language of Alzheimer's disease and normal elderly individuals on their ability to recall digits
Argüelles, T.; Loewenstein, D.; Argüelles, S.
Spiritual healing in elderly psychiatric patients: a case-control study in an Egyptian psychiatric hospital
Salib, E.; Youakim, S.
Development of a screening instrument for language in older people (Barnes Language Assessment)
Bryan, K.; Binder, J.; Dann, C.; Funnell, E.; Ramsey, V.; Stevens, S.
The onset and alleviation of learned helplessness in older hospitalized people
Psychometric evaluation of a brief geriatric depression screen
Lelito, R. H.; Palumbo, L. O.; Hanley, M.