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Dementia: Volume I: History and IncidenceDementia: Volume II:Science and BiologyDementia: Volume III: Treatments and Developments
Below is the table of contents for Dementia (Editor, Dr. Patrick McNamara, ABC-CLIO, 2011).
Table of Contents
Volume I: History and Incidence
Preface Patrick McNamara
Chapter 1: Epidemiology of the Dementias Chengxuan Qiu and Laura Fratiglioni
Chapter 2: Cost of Illness Studies and Neuropsychiatric Symptoms of Dementia Wilm Quentin, Steffi G. Riedel-Heller, Melanie Luppa, Hanna Leicht, and Hans-Helmut Konig
Chapter 3: A Stroke of Bad Luck: CADASIL and Friedrich Nietzsche’s ‘Dementia’ or Madness Paul Butler
Chapter 4: Promising Strategies for Preventing Dementia Laura Middleton
Chapter 5: Cultivating a Cognitive Lifestyle: Implications for Healthy Brain Ageing and Dementia Prevention Michael J. Valenzuela
Chapter 6: Ethical Issues in the Care of Individuals with Dementia Art Walaszek
Chapter 7: Cognitive Screening, Neuropsychological and Functional Assessment Monica Sanches Yassuda, Mariana Kneese Flaks, and Fernanda Speggiorin Pereira
Chapter 8: Does Poor Sleep Quality in Late Life Compromise Cognition and Accelerate Progression of the Degenerative Dementias? Peter Engel
Chapter 9: Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy: A Tool for Understanding Brain Chemical Changes in Dementias Jacquelynn N. Copeland and H. Randall Griffith
About the Contributors
About the Series Editor
Volume II: Science and Biology
Preface Patrick McNamara
Chapter 1: The Genetics of Alzheimer’s Disease Lars Bertram
Chapter 2: Epigenetic and Gene Imprinting Effects in Parkinson’s Disease: A Kinship Theory of Gene Conflict in Aging and Dementia Paul Butler and Patrick McNamara
Chapter 3: Oxidative Stress, Mitochondrial and Insulin Signaling Dysfunction: A Redoubtable Trio in Alzheimer’s Disease Pathogenesis Sonia C. Correia, Renato X. Santox, Cristina Carvalho, Susana Cardoso, and Paula I. Moreira
Chapter 4: Alzheimer’s Disease: Increased Neurogenesis and Possible Disease Mechanisms Related to Neurogenesis Philippe Taupin
Chapter 5: Pathophysiology of Behavioral and Psychological Disturbances in Dementia Anna Burke
Chapter 6: Dementia in Parkinson Disease Raymon Durso
Chapter 7: Aspects in Neuropsychology: Depression and Dementia Ilan Halperin and Amos D. Korczyn
Chapter 8: Relation of Apathy to Dementia in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease Erica Harris
Chapter 9: Vascular Cognitive Impairment and Dementia Howard Kirshner
Chapter 10: Neuropsychological Profile of Dementia with Lewy Bodies Haruhiko Oda, Yasuji Yamamoto, and Kiyoshi Maeda
Chapter 11: Sleep Disorders in Dementia Kesha Wilford and Sanford Auerbach
Chapter 12: Cognitive Impairments in Parkinson’s Disease Brooke K. Walter and James B. Leverenz
About the Contributors
About the Series Editor
Volume III: Treatments and Developments
Preface Patrick McNamara
Chapter 1: Neuropsychiatry of Dementia: Nonpharmacologic Interventions for Inappropriate Behaviors Jiska Cohen-Mansfield
Chapter 2: Light Therapy for Managing Symptoms of Dementia: Promising Results Dorothy Forbes and Debra Morgan
Chapter 3: Non-pharmacological Approaches to Treating Neuropsychiatric Symptoms of Advanced Dementia: Person-Centered, Stage-Related Care Karan Kverno
Chapter 4: Managing Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia Pamela Lindsey
Chapter 5: Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia: Treatment with Antipsychotics Rosa Liperoti
Chapter 6: Religious Coping Strategies in Healthy Elderly and in Those at Risk for Dementia Patrick McNamara
Chapter 7: Pharmacology of Adult Neurogenesis: Compensatory and Regenerative Processes Philippe Taupin
Chapter 8: Psychosocial Interventions in Dementia Care Emmelyne Vasse and Myrra Vernooij-Dassen
Chapter 9: Depression and Dementia Jane S. Saczynski and Rosanna M. Bertrand
Chapter 10: Neuropsychiatric Treatments in Alzheimer’s Disease Frederic Assal
About the Contributors
About the Series Editor
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