ISSN 1360-7863, Online ISSN: 1364-6915
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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An overview of the social and behavioral consequences of Alzheimer's disease
Pearlin, L. I.; Harrington, C.; Lawton, M. Powell; Montgomery, R. J. V.; Zarit, S. H.
Discovering the person with Alzheimer's disease: cognitive, emotional and behavioural aspects
Woods, R. T.
Comments on research in the social sciences pertaining to Alzheimer's disease: a more humble approach
Post, S. G.
Including the person with dementia in family care-giving research
Whitlatch, C. J.
Implications of differential impacts of care-giving for future research on Alzheimer care
Montgomery, R. J. V.; Williams, K. N.
Health care triads and dementia care: integrative framework and future directions
Fortinsky, R. H.
Family issues and the care of persons with Alzheimer's disease
New paradigms for guiding research, interventions and policies for family caregivers
Harahan, M. F.
The physical environment of the person with Alzheimer's disease
Lawton, M. Powell
Human factors and environmental support in Alzheimer's disease
Charness, N.; Holley, P.
The physical and social environment of the person with Alzheimer's disease
Calkins, M. P.
Environmental design for Alzheimer's disease: a quality of life issue
Brawley, E. C.
Developing and evaluating community based intervention programs for Alzheimer's patients and their caregivers
Zarit, S. H.; Leitsch, S. A.
Identification and assessment of effective services and interventions: the nursing home perspective
Some critical issues in caregiver intervention research
Racial and ethnic factors in dementia care-giving research in the US
Aranda, M. P.
Health and long-term care for people with Alzheimer's disease and related dementias: policy research issues
Newcomer, R. J.; Fox, P. J.; Harrington, C. A.
The health and long-term care policy challenges of Alzheimer's disease
Riggs, J. A.
Alzheimer's disease and related dementias: important policy issues
Stone, R. I.
Russian dolls and Chinese boxes: the ecology of Alzheimer's disease research
Smyer, M. A.
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