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Professor Linda Clare

Professor Linda Clare

Professor of Clinical Psychology of Ageing and Dementia

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 South Cloisters 1.40

 

South Cloisters, University of Exeter, St Luke's Campus, Heavitree Road, Exeter, EX1 2LU, UK

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Overview

Linda Clare directs the Centre for Research in Ageing and Cognitive Health (REACH),  Linda’s research aims to improve the lives of older people and people who are living with dementia or other age-related neurodegenerative conditions by promoting well-being, preventing or reducing age-related disability, and improving rehabilitation and care. She leads both large observational studies and intervention trials, and is particularly known for pioneering the application of cognitive rehabilitation approaches for people with early-stage Alzheimer’s disease. She is chief investigator for the IDEAL cohort study of people with dementia and carers, and  leads the Alzheimer’s Society Centre of Excellence related to this programme. She is dementia theme lead for NIHR Applied Research Collaboration South-West Peninsula (PenARC).

Linda completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Cambridge, trained as a clinical psychologist at University College London, and undertook further training in clinical neuropsychology. She gained her PhD while working at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit in Cambridge. In 2004 she received the May Davidson award from the British Psychological Society for her contribution to the development of clinical psychology in the UK. Her ScD was awarded by the University of Cambridge in 2015 in recognition of her work on awareness in people with dementia. She is a Chartered Psychologist registered as a practitioner with the Health and Care Professions Council.

Linda was a lecturer on the clinical psychology doctoral programme at University College London from 1999 to 2003. In 2004 she moved to Bangor University where she was awarded a personal chair in 2008. She joined the University of Exeter in 2015.

Linda has published over 300 peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters. She is a past Editor for the  for the journal Neuropsychological Rehabilitation and the Cochrane Collaboration’s dementia and cognitive improvement group.  She is a Fellow of the British Psychological Society and former chair of the British Psychological Society Advisory Group on Dementia. She is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences and the Gerontological Society of America, serves on  the Leadership Committee of the International Research Network on Dementia Prevention and  on the Alzheimer's Disease International Medical and Scientific Advisory Panel, and is an emeritus member of the Global Council on Brain Health.

Broad research specialisms:

Dementia, ageing and cognitive health.

 

Qualifications

  • MA University of Cambridge
  • MSc University of London
  • PhD Open University
  • ScD University of Cambridge
  • Fellow of the British Psychological Society
  • Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences
  • Fellow of the Gerontological Society of America
  • Chartered Psychologist
  • Clinical Psychologist registered with the Health and Care Professions Council
  • Practitioner Full Member of the British Psychological Society Division of Neuropsychology

Career

  • Professor of Clinical Psychology of Ageing and Dementia, University of Exeter, since 2015 
  • Professor of Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology, Bangor University, and Honorary Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, 2008 - 2015   
  • Senior Lecturer, then Reader, in Psychology, University, of Wales Bangor, and Consultant Clinical Psychologist, North-West Wales NHS Trust, 2004 - 2008
  • Lecturer in Psychology, University College London, and Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Camden and Islington Mental Health and Social Care NHS Trust, 1999 - 2003  
  • Higher Scientific Officer, Medical Research Council Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit Cambridge, and Honorary Clinical Psychologist, Addenbrooke's NHS Trust, 1996 - 1999 
  • Clinical Psychologist, Hinchingbrooke Health Care NHS Trust, 1995 – 1996
  • Clinical Psychologist and Honorary Research Fellow, Northern Birmingham Mental Health NHS Trust, 1994 - 1995      

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Research

Research interests

  • 'Living well' with dementia and cognitive impairment
  • Self-management and rehabiitation for people living with dementia and cognitive impairment
  • Dementia representations and awareness 
  • Improving quality of care in long-term care settings
  • Cognitive health and well-being in later life

Research projects

‘Living well’ with dementia and cognitive impairment

The IDEAL programme

http://www.idealproject.org.uk/

http://theunfurlings.org.uk/

This social science programme, which I lead, focuses on a large cohort study exploring what enables people with dementia and carers to ‘live well’ with the condition. It has developed through two programme grants:

  • Improving the experience of dementia and enhancing active life: a longitudinal perspective on living well with dementia (the IDEAL-2 study). Funded by Alzheimer’s Society as a Centre of Excellence, 2018-2022.
  • Living well with dementia (the IDEAL study). Funded by ESRC and NIHR, 2014 – 2018.

A linked arts-based project led to the creation of The Unfurlings, a series of ‘banners for hope and change’:

  • A Life More Ordinary – an arts-based project for IDEAL. Funded by ESRC, 2015 – 2019.

Additional funding made it possible to investigate how cohort participants fared during the COVID-19 pandemic:

  • IDEAL COVID-19 Dementia Initiative (IDEAL-CDI). Funded by the Department of Health and Social Care, 2019.
  • Identifying and mitigating the individual and dyadic impact of COVID-19 and life under physical distancing on people with dementia and carers (INCLUDE). Funded by ESRC, 2019 – 2021.

In an associated project, Dr Cate Henderson at LSE is using IDEAL data to investigate:

  • Assistive technology and home modifications: outcomes for people living with dementia and their carers, service use patterns and costs, funded by the National School for Social Care Research, 2021 – 2022.

IDEAL also contributed to the DECIDE study led by Dr Penny Wright (Leeds) which focused on developing a quality of life measure for care partners of people with dementia, the SIDECAR scale:

  • Dementia Carers Instrument Development: DECIDE, funded by MRC, 2015 – 2018.

ENLIVEN

This project, which I lead in collaboration with Dr Joanne Connell in the University of Exeter Business School, is one of several social science projects funded under the Healthy Ageing Challenge. It aims to encourage business innovation that enables older people with dementia and cognitive impairment to access and connect with the natural environment:

  • Extending active life for older people with cognitive impairment through innovation in the visitor economy of the natural environment (ENLIVEN). Funded by ESRC, 2021 – 2024.

Self-management and rehabilitation

GREAT cognitive rehabilitation

https://sites.google.com/exeter.ac.uk/great-cr/home

https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/blog/life-after-dementia-diagnosis-guide-setting-reaching-goals

The GREAT programme focuses on personalised, goal-oriented cognitive rehabilitation (CR) interventions to support everyday functioning and promote activity engagement and social participation for people living with early-stage dementia. The most recent work has involved implementing GREAT CR in NHS services and in a care home setting, developing an e-learning course for practitioners, and co-producing self-management resources for people living with dementia:

  • Maintaining independence through goal-oriented cognitive rehabilitation: GREAT into Practice (GREAT-iP), funded by Alzheimer’s Society, 2018 – 2021.

GREAT CR was developed through two small-scale RCTs and a large multi-centre RCT:

  • Functional and anatomical mechanisms underlying the effects of cognitive rehabilitation in early-stage Alzheimer’s disease. This was a single-site randomised controlled trial funded by Alzheimer’s Society, 2005 – 2008.
  • Cognitive rehabilitation for Parkinson’s disease dementia (CORD-PD). This was a small-scale RCT led by Dr John Hindle and funded by NISCHR, 2014 – 2016.
  • Goal-oriented cognitive rehabilitation in early-stage dementia: multi-centre single-blind randomised controlled trial (GREAT). This was a definitive trial, funded by NIHR, 2012 – 2017.

Goal-oriented behaviour change interventions

I have applied similar personalised goal-setting principles to promote lifestyle change through social interaction and activity engagement among older people in the AgeWell trial:

  • Behaviour change to promote health and well-being in later life: a goal-setting intervention (AgeWell) was funded by MRC

I collaborated in the INDIGO study led by Professor Nicola Lautenschlager (University of Melbourne) which aimed to encourage physical activity among sedentary individuals with mild cognitive impairment, and am now collaborating on a study of interventions to improve driving skill in older drivers, led by Professor Kaarin Anstey (University of New South Wales):

  • Randomised controlled trial of physical activity with individual goal-setting and volunteer mentors to overcome sedentary lifestyle in older adults at risk of cognitive decline (INDIGO), funded by the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council, 2013 – 2016.
  • Driving better and longer: evidence-based interventions for older drivers, funded by the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council, 2019 – 2024.

Self-management interventions

The SMART pilot trial which I co-led with Dr Catherine Quinn showed that participation in a self-management group enhanced self-efficacy among people with early-stage dementia, and building on this I am now collaborating in the multi-centre SHAPE trial led by Professor Ingelin Testad (SESAM, Stavanger):

  • Self-management in dementia: a pilot trial of the development, efficacy and cost-effectiveness of a self-management group intervention (SMART), funded by NISCHR, 2013 – 2015.
  • Self-management and health promotion in early-stage dementia with e-learning for carers: a randomised controlled trial (SHAPE). This is a JPND project, with UK funding provided by Alzheimer’s Society, 2019 – 2023.

I collaborated in a trial of memory management groups for people with mild cognitive impairment led by Professor Glynda Kinsella:

  • Early intervention for amnestic mild cognitive impairment: a randomised trial of memory management, funded by the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council, 2008 – 2011.

Recovery from delirium superimposed on dementia

I collaborated in the RESERVE-DSD trial testing the effects of cognitively-stimulating activities on recovery from delirium, and am now co-leading the RecoverED trial with Professor Louise Allan

  • Development and testing of an intervention to improve recovery after an episode of delirium (RecoverED), funded through an NIHR Programme Grant, 2022 – 2026.
  • RESERVE for Delirium Superimposed on Dementia, led by Professor Ann Kolanowski (Penn State), funded by NIH, 2010 – 2015.

Dementia representations and awareness among people with dementia

I have a long-standing interest in how people with dementia make sense of the condition and appraise its impact. I have explored this through several funded studies:

  • A comprehensive profile of awareness in early-stage dementia (MIDAS), funded by ESRC, 2007 – 2010.
  • Awareness among people with moderate to severe dementia living in residential care homes, funded by ESRC, 2005 – 2006.
  • Awareness in early-stage dementia: understanding, assessment and implications for early intervention, funded by the European Commission, 2003 – 2004.

I am continuing to pursue the topic through the IDEAL programme.

Improving care in long-term residential care settings

The AwareCare study, which I led, focused on developing training for care staff to enhance observational skills and encourage them to detect and respond to indications of awareness in residents with severe dementia who no longer communicated verbally:

  • Development of an awareness-based intervention to enhance quality of life in severe dementia (AwareCare), funded by MRC, 2009 – 2011.

Currently I am a collaborator in two projects led by Professor Clive Ballard involving testing and implementing evidence-based training for care home staff aimed at improving quality of care:

  • Evidence-based supported digital intervention for improving well-being and health of people living in care homes (WHELD) during COVID-19, funded by MRC, 2020 – 2022.
  • Implementation of evidence-based cost-effective training for care home staff to improve wellbeing and mental health for care home residents with dementia and reduce unnecessary sedative medications: WHELD into practice, funded by the NIHR ARC National Priority Area in Healthy Ageing, Dementia and Frailty, 2021 – 2023.

Cognitive health and well-being in later life

In the BANC study, which I led, we compared Welsh-English bilingual and monolingual English speakers to explore whether being bilingual contributes to cognitive reserve and delays onset of dementia:

  • Bilingualism as a protective factor in age-related neurodegenerative disorders (BANC), funded by ESRC, 2010 – 2012.

I collaborated in the Cognitive Function and Ageing Study Wales led by Professor Bob Woods, a more wide-ranging social science study of factors contributing to cognitive health and well-being in later life:

  • Maintaining functioning and well-being in later life: a longitudinal cohort study (CFAS-Wales), funded by ESRC, 2010 – 2016.

Infrastructure and capacity building

I am dementia theme lead for the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration South-West Peninsula, directed by Professor Stuart Logan (2019 – 2024), and lead the Intervention development for Alzheimer’s clinical training (INTERACT) Alzheimer’s Society Clinical Training Partnership (2018 – 2023). I previously contributed to the Alzheimer’s Society CFAS Doctoral Training Centre led by Professor Carol Brayne (2015 – 2018).

Research grants

  • 2021 ESRC
    Extending active life for older people with cognitive impairment through innovation in the visitor economy of the natural environment (ENLIVEN).
  • 2021 NIHR Programme Grant
    Development and testing of an intervention to improve recovery after an episode of delirium (RecoverED).
  • 2021 NIHR
    Implementation of evidence-based cost-effective training for care home staff to improve wellbeing and mental health for care home residents with dementia and reduce unnecessary sedative medications: WHELD into practice.
  • 2020 ESRC
    Identifying and mitigating the individual and dyadic impact of COVID-19 and life under physical distancing on people with dementia and carers (INCLUDE).
  • 2020 NIHR
    IDEAL COVID-19 Dementia Initiative (IDEAL-CDI)
  • 2020 MRC
    Evidence-based supported digital intervention for improving well-being and health of people living in care homes (WHELD) during COVID-19.
  • 2020 NIHR School for Social Care Research
    Assistive technology and home modifications: outcomes for people living with dementia and their carers, service use patterns and costs.
  • 2019 NIHR
    NIHR Applied Research Collaboration South-West Peninsula (PenARC).
  • 2018 Alzheimers Society
    Clinical Training Partnership
  • 2018 Joint Programming in Neurodegenerative Diseases
    Self-management and health promotion in early-stage dementia with e-learning for carers: a randomised controlled trial.
  • 2018 Australia NHMRC
    Driving better and longer: evidence-based interventions for older drivers.
  • 2018 QUEX Accelerator
    Other ways to connect? The social connectedness of older people and the impact of technology.
  • 2017 NIHR Health Services and Delivery Research
    Improving the experience of care for people with dementia in hospital: Synthesis of qualitative and quantitative evidence, development of a logic model and co-production of plans for service change
  • 2017 Alzheimers Society
    Improving the experience of dementia and enhancing active life: a longitudinal perspective on living well with dementia (the IDEAL-2 study). Alzheimer's Society Centre of Excellence.
  • 2017 Alzheimers Society
    Maintaining independence through goal-oriented cognitive rehabilitation: GREAT into Practice (GREAT-iP).
  • 2017 NIHR Faculty
    NIHR Senior Investigator Award
  • 2016 Wellcome Trust
    Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health.
  • 2016 EPSRC
    Socio-Technical Resilience for Enhancing Targeted Community Healthcare (STRETCH).
  • 2015 ESRC
    A Life More Ordinary
  • 2015 Australia NHMRC
    Centre for Research Excellence in Promoting Cognitive Health and Preventing Cognitive Decline.
  • 2015 Medical Research Council
    HQLC Dementia Carers Instrument Development: DECIDE.
  • 2015 Alzheimers Society
    D. Transdisciplinary training for dementia research in CFAS (The Alzheimer’s Society CFAS Doctoral Training Centre).
  • 2014 NISCHR
    Cognitive rehabilitation for Parkinson’s disease dementia: a pilot trial (CORD-PD).
  • 2013 ESRC-NIHR
    Living well with dementia (the IDEAL study).
  • 2013 Australia NHMRC
    Randomised controlled trial of physical activity with individual goal-setting and volunteer mentors to overcome sedentary lifestyle in older adults at risk of cognitive decline (INDIGO).
  • 2013 NISCHR
    Self-management in dementia: a pilot trial of the development, efficacy and cost-effectiveness of a self-management group intervention. (SMART).
  • 2012 NISCHR
    Senior Faculty Award.
  • 2011 NIHR HTA
    Goal-oriented cognitive rehabilitation in early-stage dementia: multi-centre single-blind randomised controlled trial (GREAT).
  • 2011 Medical Research Council
    Behaviour change to promote health and well-being in later life: a goal-setting intervention (AgeWell).
  • 2011 European Regional Development Fund
    Neuroimaging skills in dementia
  • 2011 NIHR
    Developing an evidence-based intervention to improve health care for, and prevent avoidable hospital admission of, older care home residents with frailty or dementia.
  • 2010 NIH
    RESERVE for Delirium Superimposed on Dementia (RESERVE-DSD)
  • 2010 ESRC
    Implications of attachment relationships for the social and emotional well-being of older people, people with dementia, and family caregivers.
  • 2010 Welsh Government
    Executive function and everyday ability in people with early-stage Alzheimer’s disease: implications for intervention. PhD studentship, held by Anthony Martyr.
  • 2009 ESRC
    Bilingualism as a protective factor in age-related neurodegenerative disorders (BANC).
  • 2009 MRC
    IES Platform - development of an awareness-based intervention to enhance quality of life in severe dementia (AwareCare).
  • 2009 ESRC
    Maintaining functioning and well-being in later life: a longitudinal cohort study (CFAS-Wales).
  • 2008 Australia NHMRC
    Early Intervention for Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment: A Randomised Trial of Memory Management.
  • 2008 Australia NHMRC
    A randomised clinical trial of cognitive activity for older adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment (PACE).
  • 2007 ESRC
    A comprehensive profile of awareness in early-stage dementia (MIDAS).
  • 2006 Welsh Government
    Dementia and Neurodegenerative Diseases Research Network for Wales.
  • 2005 ESRC
    Awareness among people with moderate to severe dementia living in residential care homes.
  • 2005 Alzheimers Society
    Functional and anatomical mechanisms underlying the effects of cognitive rehabilitation in early-stage Alzheimer’s disease. Randomised Controlled Trial.
  • 2005 ESRC CASE Studentship
    Motivations, meanings and relationships in family caregiving for people with dementia. PhD studentship held by Catherine Quinn.
  • 2003 Wellcome Trust
    Object and action naming and noun/verb comprehension in Alzheimer's disease.
  • 2002 European Commission
    Awareness in early-stage dementia: understanding, assessment and implications for early intervention

Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Clare L, Martyr A, Morris RG, Tippett LJ (2020). Discontinuity in the Subjective Experience of Self Among People with Mild-To-Moderate Dementia is Associated with Poorer Psychological Health: Findings from the IDEAL Cohort. J Alzheimers Dis, 77(1), 127-138. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Martyr A, Henderson C, Gamble L, Matthews FE, Quinn C, Nelis SM, Rusted J, Thom J, Knapp M, et al (2020). Living Alone with Mild-To-Moderate Dementia: Findings from the IDEAL Cohort. J Alzheimers Dis, 78(3), 1207-1216. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Wu Y-T, Quinn C, Jones IR, Victor CR, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Litherland R, Pickett JA, Hindle JV, et al (2019). A Comprehensive Model of Factors Associated with Capability to "Live Well" for Family Caregivers of People Living with Mild-to-Moderate Dementia: Findings from the IDEAL Study. Alzheimer Dis Assoc Disord, 33(1), 29-35. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Kudlicka A, Oyebode JR, Jones RW, Bayer A, Leroi I, Kopelman M, James IA, Culverwell A, Pool J, et al (2019). Individual goal-oriented cognitive rehabilitation to improve everyday functioning for people with early-stage dementia: a multicentre randomised controlled trial (the GREAT trial). International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 34(5), 709-721. Abstract.
Clare L, Wu Y-T, Jones IR, Victor CR, Nelis S, Martyr A, Quinn C, Litherland R, Pickett JA, Hindle JV, et al (2018). A comprehensive model of factors associated with subjective perceptions of "living well" with dementia: findings from the IDEAL study. Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders
Clare L, Wu YT, Teale JC, MacLeod C, Matthews F, Brayne C, Woods B (2017). Potentially modifiable lifestyle factors, cognitive reserve, and cognitive function in later life: a cross-sectional study. PLoS Medicine, 14(3). Abstract.

Publications by category


Books

Woods B, Clare L (2008). Handbook of the Clinical Psychology of Ageing: Second Edition. Abstract.
Woods B, Clare L (2008). Preface.
Woods B, Clare L (2008). Preface.
Clare L (2007). Neuropsychological rehabilitation and people with dementia. Abstract.

Journal articles

Sabatini S, Martyr A, Ukoumunne OC, Ballard C, Collins R, Pentecost C, Rusted JM, Quinn C, Anstey KJ, Kim S, et al (In Press). Attitudes Toward Own Aging and Cognition among Individuals Living with and without Dementia: Findings from the IDEAL Programme and the PROTECT Study.  Abstract.
Yates J, Stanyon M, Samra R, Clare L (In Press). Challenges in disclosing and receiving a diagnosis of dementia: a systematic review of practice from the perspectives of people with dementia, carers, and healthcare professionals. International Psychogeriatrics
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne O, Ballard C, Collins R, Anstey K, Diehl M, Brothers A, Wahl H-W, Corbett A, Hampshire A, et al (In Press). Cross-Sectional Association between Objective Cognitive Performance and Perceived Age-related Gains and Losses in Cognition. International Psychogeriatrics
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne O, Brothers A, Diehl M, Wahl H-W, Ballard C, Collins R, Corbett A, Brooker H, Clare L, et al (In Press). Differences in Awareness of Positive and Negative Age-Related Changes Account for Variability in Health Outcomes.  Abstract.
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne O, Brothers A, Diehl M, Wahl H-W, Clive B, Collins R, Corbett A, Brooker H, Clare L, et al (In Press). Differences in awareness of positive and negative age-related changes account for variability in health outcomes. European Journal of Ageing Abstract.
Quinn C, Jones IR, Clare L (In Press). Illness representations in caregivers of people with dementia. Aging and Mental Health
Wu Y-T, Clare L, Jones IR, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Martyr A, Victor CR, Lamont RA, Rippon I, Matthews FE, et al (In Press). Perceived and objective availability of green and blue spaces and quality of life in people with dementia: results from the IDEAL programme. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology
Quinn C, Toms G, Anderson D, Clare L (In Press). SELF-MANAGEMENT GROUP INTERVENTIONS FOR PEOPLE WITH MCI OR DEMENTIA: a SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Alzheimer's & Dementia: the Journal of the Alzheimer's Association, 10(4), P769-P769.
Yates JA, Clare L, Woods RT, Matthews FE (In Press). Subjective memory complaints are involved in the relationship between mood and MCI. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 48, S115-S123. Abstract.
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne O, Ballard C, Collins R, Corbett A, Brooker H, Clare L (In Press). The Cross-sectional Relationship between Pain and Awareness of Age-Related Changes. British Journal of Pain
sabatini S, Ukoumunne O, Ballard C, Brothers A, Kaspar R, Collins R, Kim S, Corbett A, Aarsland D, Hampshire A, et al (In Press). UK Validation of Two Measures of Awareness of Age-Related Change (AARC).  Abstract.
Liddle J, Stuart A, Worthy P, Levine M, Kastelle T, Wiles J, Pachana N, Clare L (In Press). “Building the threads of connection that we already have”: the nature of connections via technology for older people. Clinical Gerontologist: the journal of aging and mental health
Sabatini S, Martyr A, Ukoumunne OC, Ballard C, Collins R, Pentecost C, Rusted JM, Quinn C, Anstey KJ, Kim S, et al (2022). Attitudes toward own aging and cognition among individuals living with and without dementia: findings from the IDEAL programme and the PROTECT study. BMC Geriatrics, 22(1). Abstract.
Alexander CM, Martyr A, Clare L (2022). Changes in awareness of condition in people with mild‐to‐moderate dementia: Longitudinal findings from the IDEAL cohort. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 37(4).
Gamble LD, Matthews FE, Jones IR, Hillman AE, Woods B, Macleod CA, Martyr A, Collins R, Pentecost C, Rusted JM, et al (2022). Characteristics of people living with undiagnosed dementia: findings from the CFAS Wales study. BMC Geriatrics, 22(1). Abstract.
Delgado J, Evans PH, Gray DP, Sidaway-Lee K, Allan L, Clare L, Ballard C, Masoli J, Valderas JM, Melzer D, et al (2022). Continuity of GP care for patients with dementia: impact on prescribing and the health of patients. Br J Gen Pract, 72(715), e91-e98. Abstract.  Author URL.
Pentecost C, Collins R, Stapley S, Victor C, Quinn C, Hillman A, Litherland R, Allan L, Clare L (2022). Effects of social restrictions on people with dementia and carers during the pre-vaccine phase of the COVID-19 pandemic: Experiences of IDEAL cohort participants. Health Soc Care Community Abstract.  Author URL.
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne OC, Ballard C, Collins R, Corbett A, Brooker H, Clare L (2022). Exploring awareness of age-related changes among over 50s in the UK: findings from the PROTECT study. Int Psychogeriatr, 34(9), 789-803. Abstract.  Author URL.
Quinn C, Gamble LD, Parker S, Martyr A, Collins R, Victor C, Dawson E, Hunt A, Pentecost C, Allan L, et al (2022). Impact of COVID‐19 on carers of people with dementia in the community: Findings from the British IDEAL cohort. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 37(5).
Choi A, Martyr A, Clare L, Fossey J, Khan Z, McDermid J, Ballard C (2022). Impact of Psychotic Symptoms and Concurrent Neuropsychiatric Symptoms on the Quality of Life of People with Dementia Living in Nursing Homes. J Am Med Dir Assoc, 23(9), 1474-1479.e1. Abstract.  Author URL.
Horik JO, Collins R, Martyr A, Henderson C, Jones RW, Knapp M, Quinn C, Thom JM, Victor C, Clare L, et al (2022). Limited receipt of support services among people with mild‐to‐moderate dementia: Findings from the IDEAL cohort. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 37(3).
Sabatini S, Martyr A, Gamble LD, Collins R, Matthews FE, Morris RG, Rusted JM, Pentecost C, Quinn C, Clare L, et al (2022). Longitudinal Predictors of Informant-Rated Involvement of People with Dementia in Everyday Decision-Making: Findings from the IDEAL Program. J Appl Gerontol Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Gamble LD, Martyr A, Sabatini S, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Pentecost C, Victor C, Jones RW, Jones IR, et al (2022). Longitudinal Trajectories of Quality of Life Among People with Mild-to-Moderate Dementia: a Latent Growth Model Approach with IDEAL Cohort Study Data. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci, 77(6), 1037-1050. Abstract.  Author URL.
Collins R, Hunt A, Quinn C, Martyr A, Pentecost C, Clare L (2022). Methods and approaches for enhancing communication with people with moderate-to-severe dementia that can facilitate their inclusion in research and service evaluation: Findings from the IDEAL programme. Dementia, 21(4), 1135-1153. Abstract.
Sabatini S, Bennett HQ, Martyr A, Collins R, Gamble LD, Matthews FE, Pentecost C, Dawson E, Hunt A, Parker S, et al (2022). Minimal Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on the Mental Health and Wellbeing of People Living with Dementia: Analysis of Matched Longitudinal Data from the IDEAL Study. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 13
Quinn C, Toms G, Rippon I, Nelis SM, Henderson C, Morris RG, Rusted JM, Thom JM, van den Heuvel E, Victor C, et al (2022). Positive experiences in dementia care-giving: findings from the IDEAL programme. AGEING & SOCIETY Author URL.
Martyr A, Gamble LD, Nelis SM, Collins R, Alexander CM, Morris RG, Quinn C, Pentecost C, Rusted JM, Victor C, et al (2022). Predictors of Awareness of Functional Ability in People with Dementia: the Contribution of Personality, Cognition, and Neuropsychiatric Symptoms – Findings from the IDEAL Program. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders, 51(3), 221-232. Abstract.
Sabatini S, Martyr A, Gamble LD, Jones IR, Collins R, Matthews FE, Victor CR, Quinn C, Pentecost C, Thom JM, et al (2022). Profiles of social, cultural, and economic capital as longitudinal predictors of stress, positive experiences of caring, and depression among spousal carers of people with dementia. Aging Ment Health, 1-9. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Gamble LD, Martyr A, Quinn C, Litherland R, Morris RG, Jones IR, Matthews FE (2022). Psychological processes in adapting to dementia: Illness representations among the IDEAL cohort. Psychology and Aging, 37(4), 524-541.
Henderson C, Knapp M, Martyr A, Gamble LD, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Pentecost C, Collins R, Wu Y-T, Jones IR, et al (2022). The Use and Costs of Paid and Unpaid Care for People with Dementia: Longitudinal Findings from the IDEAL Cohort. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 86(1), 135-153. Abstract.
Clare L, Gamble LD, Martyr A, Sabatini S, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Pentecost C, Victor C, Jones RW, Jones IR, et al (2022). “Living Well” Trajectories Among Family Caregivers of People with Mild-to-Moderate Dementia in the IDEAL Cohort. The Journals of Gerontology: Series B, 77(10), 1852-1863. Abstract.
Cox KL, Clare L, Cyarto EV, Ellis KA, Etherton-Beer C, Southam J, Ames D, Flicker L, Almeida OP, LoGiudice D, et al (2021). A Randomized Controlled Trial on the Effects of a 6-Month Home-Based Physical Activity Program with Individual Goal-Setting and Volunteer Mentors on Physical Activity, Adherence, and Physical Fitness in Inactive Older Adults at Risk of Cognitive Decline: the INDIGO Study. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 84(1), 207-226. Abstract.
Sabatini S, Ballard C, Clare L, Collins R, Ukoumunne O (2021). Associations of subjective cognitive and memory decline with depression, anxiety, and two-year change in objectively-assessed global cognition and memory. Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition: a Journal on Normal and Dysfunctional Development
O'Shaughnessy NJ, Chan JE, Bhome R, Gallagher P, Zhang H, Clare L, Sampson EL, Stone P, Huntley J (2021). Awareness in severe Alzheimer's disease: a systematic review. Aging Ment Health, 25(4), 602-612. Abstract.  Author URL.
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne O, Ballard C, Collins R, Corbett A, Brooker H, Clare L (2021). Cross-sectional and longitudinal associations between subjective sleep difficulties and self-perceptions of aging. Behavioral Sleep Medicine
Quinn C, Hart N, Henderson C, Litherland R, Pickett J, Clare L (2021). Developing supportive local communities: Perspectives from people with dementia and caregivers participating in the IDEAL programme. Journal of Aging & Social Policy, 34(6), 839-859.
Alexander CM, Martyr A, Gamble LD, Savage SA, Quinn C, Morris RG, Collins R, Clare L (2021). Does awareness of condition help people with mild-to-moderate dementia to live well? Findings from the IDEAL programme. BMC Geriatrics, 21(1). Abstract.
Martyr A, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Wu YT, Lamont RA, Henderson C, Clarke R, Hindle JV, Thom JM, Jones IR, et al (2021). Erratum: Living well with dementia: a systematic review and correlational meta-analysis of factors associated with quality of life, well-being and life satisfaction in people with dementia - CORRIGENDUM (Psychological medicine (2018) 48 13 (2130-2139)). Psychological medicine, 51(9).
Clare L, Martyr A, Gamble LD, Pentecost C, Collins R, Dawson E, Hunt A, Parker S, Allan L, Burns A, et al (2021). Impact of COVID-19 on ‘living well’ with mild-to-moderate dementia in the community: findings from the IDEAL cohort. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease
Morgan-Trimmer S, Kudlicka A, Warmoth K, Leroi I, Oyebode JR, Pool J, Woods R, Clare L (2021). Implementation processes in a cognitive rehabilitation intervention for people with dementia: a complexity-informed qualitative analysis. BMJ Open, 11(10), e051255-e051255. Abstract.
Quinn C, Pickett JA, Litherland R, Morris RG, Martyr A, Clare L (2021). Living well with dementia: What is possible and how to promote it. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 37(1).
O'Rourke G, Pentecost C, van den Heuvel E, Victor C, Quinn C, Hillman A, Litherland R, Clare L (2021). Living with dementia under COVID-19 restrictions: coping and support needs among people with dementia and carers from the IDEAL cohort. Ageing and Society
Alexander CM, Martyr A, Savage SA, Morris RG, Clare L (2021). Measuring Awareness in People with Dementia: Results of a Systematic Scoping Review. J Geriatr Psychiatry Neurol, 34(5), 335-348. Abstract.  Author URL.
Delgado J, Jones L, Bradley MC, Allan LM, Ballard C, Clare L, Fortinsky RH, Hughes CM, Melzer D (2021). Potentially inappropriate prescribing in dementia, multi-morbidity and incidence of adverse health outcomes. Age Ageing, 50(2), 457-464. Abstract.  Author URL.
Thom JM, Nelis SM, Cooney JK, Hindle JV, Jones IR, Clare L (2021). Promotion of healthy aging within a community center through behavior change: Health and fitness findings from the agewell pilot randomized controlled trial. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 29(1), 80-88. Abstract.
Wu Y-T, Clare L, Matthews FE (2021). Relationship between depressive symptoms and capability to live well in people with mild to moderate dementia and their carers: results from the Improving the experience of Dementia and Enhancing Active Life (IDEAL) programme. Aging Ment Health, 25(1), 38-45. Abstract.  Author URL.
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne OC, Martyr A, Ballard C, Lamont RA, Collins R, Pentecost C, Hunt A, Quinn C, Thom JM, et al (2021). Relationship between self-perceptions of aging and ‘living well’ among people with mild-to-moderate dementia: Findings from the ideal programme. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics, 94, 104328-104328.
Burbaite A, Leeworthy S, Hirst L, Mioshi E, Clare L, Ahmed S (2021). Suitability of memory aids and strategies for people with posterior cortical atrophy: Protocol for a scoping review. Alzheimer's & dementia : the journal of the Alzheimer's Association, 17 Abstract.
Choi A, Ballard C, Martyr A, Collins R, Morris RG, Clare L (2021). The impact of auditory hallucinations on “living well” with dementia: Findings from the IDEAL programme. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 36(9), 1370-1377.
Weetch J, O'Dwyer S, Clare L (2021). The involvement of people with dementia in advocacy: a systematic narrative review. Aging Ment Health, 25(9), 1595-1604. Abstract.  Author URL.
Victor CR, Rippon I, Quinn C, Martyr A, Clare L (2021). The role of subjective social status in living well for carers of people with dementia: findings from the Improving the experience of Dementia and Enhancing Active Life programme. International Journal of Care and Caring, 5(3), 447-467. Abstract.
Talbot CV, O’Dwyer ST, Clare L, Heaton J (2021). The use of Twitter by people with young-onset dementia: a qualitative analysis of narratives and identity formation in the age of social media. Dementia, 20(7), 2542-2557. Abstract.
Sikkes SAM, Tang Y, Jutten RJ, Wesselman LMP, Turkstra LS, Brodaty H, Clare L, Cassidy-Eagle E, Cox KL, Chételat G, et al (2021). Toward a theory-based specification of non-pharmacological treatments in aging and dementia: Focused reviews and methodological recommendations. Alzheimers Dement, 17(2), 255-270. Abstract.  Author URL.
Kelly M, Nelis S, Martyr A, Gamble LD, Clare L (2021). Trajectories of socio-emotional functioning in early-stage dementia: implications for the individual with dementia and their family carer. Aging & Mental Health, 26(5), 1069-1077.
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne OC, Ballard C, Collins R, Kim S, Corbett A, Aarsland D, Hampshire A, Brooker H, Clare L, et al (2021). What does feeling younger or older than one’s chronological age mean to men and women? Qualitative and quantitative findings from the PROTECT study. Psychology & Health, 1-24.
Henley J, Hillman A, Jones IR, Woods B, MacLeod CA, Pentecost C, Clare L (2021). ‘We're happy as we are’: the experience of living with possible undiagnosed dementia. Ageing and Society, 1-26. Abstract.
Vatter S, McDonald KR, Stanmore E, McCormick SA, Clare L, Leroi I (2020). A brief psychometric and clinimetric evaluation of self-report burden and mental health measures completed by care partners of people with Parkinson's-related dementia. Int Psychogeriatr, 32(7), 875-880. Abstract.  Author URL.
Lourida I, Gwernan-Jones R, Abbott R, Rogers M, Green C, Ball S, Hemsley A, Cheeseman D, Clare L, Moore D, et al (2020). Activity interventions to improve the experience of care in hospital for people living with dementia: a systematic review. BMC Geriatr, 20(1). Abstract.  Author URL.
Sabatini S, Silarova B, Martyr A, Collins R, Ballard C, Anstey KJ, Kim S, Clare L (2020). Associations of Awareness of Age-Related Change with Emotional and Physical Well-being: a Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Gerontologist, 60(6), e477-e490. Abstract.  Author URL.
Vedel I, Sheets D, McAiney C, Clare L, Brodaty H, Mann J, Anderson N, Liu-Ambrose T, Rojas-Rozo L, Loftus L, et al (2020). CCCDTD5: Individual and community-based psychosocial and other non-pharmacological interventions to support persons living with dementia and their caregivers. Alzheimer's and Dementia: Translational Research and Clinical Interventions, 6(1). Abstract.
Vatter S, Stanmore E, Clare L, McDonald KR, McCormick SA, Leroi I (2020). Care Burden and Mental Ill Health in Spouses of People with Parkinson Disease Dementia and Lewy Body Dementia. J Geriatr Psychiatry Neurol, 33(1), 3-14. Abstract.  Author URL.
Quinn C, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Morris RG, Victor C, Clare L (2020). Caregiver influences on 'living well' for people with dementia: Findings from the IDEAL study. Aging Ment Health, 24(9), 1505-1513. Abstract.  Author URL.
Bahar‐Fuchs A, Martyr A, Goh AMY, Sabates JM, Clare L (2020). Cognitive training for people with dementia: a Cochrane review. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 16(S7).
Bahar-Fuchs A, Martyr A, Goh AMY, Sabates J, Clare L (2020). Cognitive training for people with mild to moderate dementia: a Cochrane Review. BJPsych Advances, 26(2), 66-66.
Orgeta V, McDonald KR, Poliakoff E, Hindle JV, Clare L, Leroi I (2020). Cognitive training interventions for dementia and mild cognitive impairment in Parkinson's disease. Cochrane Database Syst Rev, 2(2). Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Martyr A, Morris RG, Tippett LJ (2020). Discontinuity in the Subjective Experience of Self Among People with Mild-To-Moderate Dementia is Associated with Poorer Psychological Health: Findings from the IDEAL Cohort. J Alzheimers Dis, 77(1), 127-138. Abstract.  Author URL.
Wu Y-T, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Martyr A, Jones IR, Victor CR, Knapp M, Henderson C, Hindle JV, Jones RW, et al (2020). Factors associated with self- and informant ratings of quality of life, well-being and life satisfaction in people with mild-to-moderate dementia: results from the Improving the experience of Dementia and Enhancing Active Life programme. Age and Ageing, 49(3), 446-452. Abstract.
Anstey KJ, Peters R, Zheng L, Barnes DE, Brayne C, Brodaty H, Chalmers J, Clare L, Dixon RA, Dodge H, et al (2020). Future Directions for Dementia Risk Reduction and Prevention Research: an International Research Network on Dementia Prevention Consensus. J Alzheimers Dis, 78(1), 3-12. Abstract.  Author URL.
Heaton J, Martyr A, Nelis SM, Marková IS, Morris RG, Roth I, Woods RT, Clare L (2020). Future outlook of people living alone with early-stage dementia and their non-resident relatives and friends who support them. Ageing and Society, 41(11), 2660-2680. Abstract.
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne O, Ballard C, Diehl M, Wahl H-W, Brothers A, Clare L (2020). Health Differences Among People with Varying Profiles of Awareness of Positive and Negative Age-Related Changes. Innovation in Aging, 4(Suppl 1), 480-480.
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne O, Ballard C, Anstey K, Diehl M, Brothers A, Wahl H-W, Clare L (2020). Higher Awareness of Positive and Negative Age-Related Changes Relate to Lower Objective Cognitive Scores. Innovation in Aging, 4(Suppl 1), 597-598.
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne O, Ballard C, Collins R, Anstey KJ, Diehl M, Brothers A, Corbett A, Hampshire A, Brooker H, et al (2020). Higher perceived age‐related gains and losses relate to lower objective cognitive scores. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 16(S6).
Talbot CV, O'Dwyer ST, Clare L, Heaton J, Anderson J (2020). How people with dementia use twitter: a qualitative analysis. Computers in Human Behavior, 102, 112-119. Abstract.
Talbot C, O'Dwyer S, Clare L, Heaton J, Anderson J (2020). Identifying people with dementia on Twitter. Dementia (London), 19(4), 965-974. Author URL.
Choi A, Ballard C, Martyr A, Collins R, Morris RG, Clare L (2020). Impact of psychosis on quality of life and well‐being in dementia. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 16(S6).
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne O, Ballard C, Brothers A, Kaspar R, Collins R, Kim S, Corbett A, Aarsland D, Hampshire A, et al (2020). International relevance of Two Measures of Awareness of Age-Related Change (AARC). BMC Geriatrics, 20
McMaster M, Kim S, Clare L, Torres SJ, Cherbuin N, DʼEste C, Anstey KJ (2020). Lifestyle Risk Factors and Cognitive Outcomes from the Multidomain Dementia Risk Reduction Randomized Controlled Trial, Body Brain Life for Cognitive Decline (BBL-CD). Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 68(11), 2629-2637. Abstract.
Clare L, Martyr A, Henderson C, Gamble L, Matthews FE, Quinn C, Nelis SM, Rusted J, Thom J, Knapp M, et al (2020). Living Alone with Mild-To-Moderate Dementia: Findings from the IDEAL Cohort. J Alzheimers Dis, 78(3), 1207-1216. Abstract.  Author URL.
Rippon I, Victor CR, Quinn C, Martyr A, Matthews FE, Clare L (2020). Loneliness and isolation among people with dementia and their carers: Prevalence, risk factors and a dyadic analysis. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 16(S7).
Delgado J, Bowman K, Clare L (2020). Potentially inappropriate prescribing in dementia: a state-of-the-art review since 2007. BMJ Open, 10(1). Abstract.  Author URL.
Victor CR, Rippon I, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Litherland R, Pickett J, Hart N, Henley J, Matthews F, Clare L, et al (2020). Prevalence and determinants of loneliness in people living with dementia: Findings from the. <scp>IDEAL</scp>. programme. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 35(8), 851-858.
Lamont RA, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Martyr A, Rippon I, Kopelman MD, Hindle JV, Jones RW, Litherland R, Clare L, et al (2020). Psychological predictors of 'living well' with dementia: findings from the IDEAL study. Aging Ment Health, 24(6), 956-964. Abstract.  Author URL.
Ismail Z, Black SE, Camicioli R, Chertkow H, Herrmann N, Laforce R, Montero-Odasso M, Rockwood K, Rosa-Neto P, Seitz D, et al (2020). Recommendations of the 5th Canadian Consensus Conference on the diagnosis and treatment of dementia. Alzheimer's and Dementia, 16(8), 1182-1195. Abstract.
Testad I, Clare L, Anstey K, Selbæk G, Bjørkløf GH, Henderson C, Dalen I, Gjestsen MT, Rhodes S, Røsvik J, et al (2020). Self-management and HeAlth Promotion in Early-stage dementia with e-learning for carers (SHAPE): study protocol for a multi-centre randomised controlled trial. BMC Public Health, 20(1). Abstract.  Author URL.
Gwernan-Jones R, Abbott R, Lourida I, Rogers M, Green C, Ball S, Hemsley A, Cheeseman D, Clare L, Moore DA, et al (2020). The experiences of hospital staff who provide care for people living with dementia: a systematic review and synthesis of qualitative studies. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OLDER PEOPLE NURSING, 15(4). Author URL.
Rippon I, Quinn C, Martyr A, Morris R, Nelis SM, Jones IR, Victor CR, Clare L (2020). The impact of relationship quality on life satisfaction and well-being in dementia caregiving dyads: findings from the IDEAL study. Aging Ment Health, 24(9), 1411-1420. Abstract.  Author URL.
Victor CR, Rippon I, Quinn C, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Hart N, Lamont R, Clare L (2020). The prevalence and predictors of loneliness in caregivers of people with dementia: findings from the IDEAL programme. Aging & Mental Health, 25(7), 1232-1238.
Gwernan-Jones R, Lourida I, Abbott RA, Rogers M, Green C, Ball S, Hemsley A, Cheeseman D, Clare L, Moore D, et al (2020). Understanding and improving experiences of care in hospital for people living with dementia, their carers and staff: three systematic reviews. Health Services and Delivery Research, 8(43), 1-248. Abstract.
Thompson‐Coon J, Abbott RA, Lourida I, Gwernan‐Jones R, Rogers M, Cheeseman D, Moore D, Green C, Ball S, Clare L, et al (2020). Understanding and improving the experience of care for people with dementia in hospital: Developing the dementia care pointers for service change. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 16(S7).
Opdebeeck C, Katsaris MA, Martyr A, Lamont RA, Pickett JA, Rippon I, Thom JM, Victor C, Clare L (2020). What Are the Benefits of Pet Ownership and Care Among People with Mild-to-Moderate Dementia? Findings from the IDEAL programme. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 40(11), 1559-1567. Abstract.
Hillman A, Jones IR, Quinn C, Nelis SM, Lamont RA, Clare L (2020). ‘All the world’s a stage’: Accounting for the dementia experience – insights from the IDEAL study. Qualitative Research, 20(5), 703-720. Abstract.
Clare L, Wu Y-T, Quinn C, Jones IR, Victor CR, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Litherland R, Pickett JA, Hindle JV, et al (2019). A Comprehensive Model of Factors Associated with Capability to "Live Well" for Family Caregivers of People Living with Mild-to-Moderate Dementia: Findings from the IDEAL Study. Alzheimer Dis Assoc Disord, 33(1), 29-35. Abstract.  Author URL.
Quinn C, Jones IR, Martyr A, Nelis SM, Morris RG, Clare L (2019). Caregivers' beliefs about dementia: findings from the IDEAL study. Psychol Health, 34(10), 1214-1230. Abstract.  Author URL.
Kudlicka A, Martyr A, Bahar-Fuchs A, Woods B, Clare L (2019). Cognitive rehabilitation for people with mild to moderate dementia. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2019(8). Abstract.
Clare L, Teale JC, Toms G, Kudlicka A, Evans I, Abrahams S, Goldstein LH, Hindle JV, Ho AK, Jahanshahi M, et al (2019). Cognitive rehabilitation, self-management, psychotherapeutic and caregiver support interventions in progressive neurodegenerative conditions: a scoping review. NeuroRehabilitation, 43(4), 443-471. Abstract.
Bahar-Fuchs A, Martyr A, Goh AM, Sabates J, Clare L (2019). Cognitive training for people with mild to moderate dementia. Cochrane Database Syst Rev, 3(3). Abstract.  Author URL.
Collins R, Silarova B, Clare L (2019). Dementia Primary Prevention Policies and Strategies and Their Local Implementation: a Scoping Review Using England as a Case Study. J Alzheimers Dis, 70(s1), S303-S318. Abstract.  Author URL.
Oyebode JR, Pini S, Ingleson E, Megson M, Horton M, Clare L, Al-Janabi H, Brayne C, Wright P (2019). Development of an Item Pool for a Needs-Based Measure of Quality of Life of Carers of a Family Member with Dementia. Patient, 12(1), 125-136. Abstract.
Jones K, Birchley G, Huxtable R, Clare L, Walter T, Dixon J (2019). End of Life Care: a Scoping Review of Experiences of Advance Care Planning for People with Dementia. Dementia (London), 18(3), 825-845. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Kudlicka A, Oyebode JR, Jones RW, Bayer A, Leroi I, Kopelman M, James IA, Culverwell A, Pool J, et al (2019). Goal-oriented cognitive rehabilitation for early-stage Alzheimer's and related dementias: the GREAT RCT. Health Technol Assess, 23(10), 1-242. Abstract.  Author URL.
Victor C, Rippon I, Martyr A, Mathews F, Clare L (2019). HOW LONELY AND ISOLATED ARE OLDER PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR CARERS: a DYADIC ANALYSIS. Innovation in Aging, 3(Supplement_1), S39-S40. Abstract.
Victor C, Rippon I, Martyr A, Mathews F, Clare L (2019). HOW LONELY AND ISOLATED ARE OLDER PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR CARERS: a DYADIC ANALYSIS. Innovation in aging, 3(Suppl 1), S39-S40. Abstract.
Clare L, Kudlicka A, Oyebode JR, Jones RW, Bayer A, Leroi I, Kopelman M, James IA, Culverwell A, Pool J, et al (2019). Individual goal-oriented cognitive rehabilitation to improve everyday functioning for people with early-stage dementia: a multicentre randomised controlled trial (the GREAT trial). International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 34(5), 709-721. Abstract.
Quinn C, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Victor C, Morris RG, Clare L, IDEAL study team (2019). Influence of Positive and Negative Dimensions of Dementia Caregiving on Caregiver Well-Being and Satisfaction with Life: Findings from the IDEAL Study. Am J Geriatr Psychiatry, 27(8), 838-848. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Clare L, Martyr A, Quinn C, Victor C, Matthews F (2019). LIVING ALONE WITH DEMENTIA: FINDINGS FROM THE IDEAL COHORT. Innovation in Aging, 3(Supplement_1), S40-S40. Abstract.
Evans IEM, Llewellyn DJ, Matthews FE, Woods RT, Brayne C, Clare L, CFAS-Wales research team (2019). Living alone and cognitive function in later life. Arch Gerontol Geriatr, 81, 222-233. Abstract.  Author URL.
Sabatini S, Silarova B, Martyr A, Collins R, Ballard C, Anstey KJ, Kim S, Clare L (2019). META-ANALYSIS OF AARC AND EMOTIONAL AND PHYSICAL WELL-BEING. Innovation in aging, 3(Suppl 1), S384-S385. Abstract.
Sabatini S, Silarova B, Martyr A, Collins R, Ballard C, Anstey KJ, Kim S, Clare L (2019). META-ANALYSIS OF AARC AND EMOTIONAL AND PHYSICAL WELL-BEING. Innovation in Aging, 3(Supplement_1), S384-S385. Abstract.
Horton MC, Oyebode J, Clare L, Megson M, Shearsmith L, Brayne C, Kind P, Hoare Z, Al Janabi H, Hewison V, et al (2019). Measuring Quality of Life in Carers of People with Dementia: Development and Psychometric Evaluation of Scales measuring the Impact of DEmentia on CARers (SIDECAR). The Gerontologist, 61(3), e1-e11. Abstract.
Alexander C, Martyr A, Savage S, Clare L (2019). Measuring awareness in people with dementia: protocol for a scoping review. BMC Systematic Reviews
Lourida I, Gwernan-Jones R, Abbott RA, Rogers M, Green C, Ball S, Richards D, Hemsley A, Clare L, Llewellyn DJ, et al (2019). P3‐522: IMPROVING THE EXPERIENCE OF CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN HOSPITAL: SYNTHESIS OF QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE EVIDENCE. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 15, p1170-p1170.
Rippon I, Quinn C, Martyr A, Victor C, Mathews F, Clare L (2019). PREVALENCE OF LONELINESS AND ISOLATION AMONG PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR CARERS. Innovation in aging, 3(Suppl 1), S40-S40. Abstract.
Rippon I, Quinn C, Martyr A, Victor C, Mathews F, Clare L (2019). PREVALENCE OF LONELINESS AND ISOLATION AMONG PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR CARERS. Innovation in Aging, 3(Supplement_1), S40-S40. Abstract.
Lamont RA, Quinn C, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Rusted JM, Hindle JV, Longdon B, Clare L (2019). Self-esteem, self-efficacy and optimism as psychological resources among family caregivers of people with dementia: Findings from the IDEAL study. International Psychogeriatrics, 31 Abstract.
Evans IEM, Martyr A, Collins R, Brayne C, Clare L (2019). Social Isolation and Cognitive Function in Later Life: a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. J Alzheimers Dis, 70(s1), S119-S144. Abstract.  Author URL.
Evans IEM, Llewellyn DJ, Matthews FE, Woods RT, Brayne C, Clare L (2019). Social isolation, cognitive reserve, and cognition in older people with depression and anxiety. Aging and Mental Health, 23(12), 1691-1700. Abstract.
Nelis SM, Wu Y-T, Matthews FE, Martyr A, Quinn C, Rippon I, Rusted J, Thom JM, Kopelman MD, Hindle JV, et al (2019). The impact of co-morbidity on the quality of life of people with dementia: findings from the IDEAL study. Age Ageing, 48(3), 361-367. Abstract.  Author URL.
Martyr A, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Rusted JM, Morris RG, Clare L, IDEAL programme team (2019). The relationship between perceived functional difficulties and the ability to live well with mild-to-moderate dementia: Findings from the IDEAL programme. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry, 34(8), 1251-1261. Abstract.  Author URL.
Henderson C, Knapp M, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Martyr A, Wu YT, Jones IR, Victor CR, Pickett JA, Hindle JV, et al (2019). Use and costs of services and unpaid care for people with mild-to-moderate dementia: Baseline results from the IDEAL cohort study. Alzheimer's and Dementia: Translational Research and Clinical Interventions, 5, 685-696. Abstract.
Clare L, Wu Y-T, Jones IR, Victor CR, Nelis S, Martyr A, Quinn C, Litherland R, Pickett JA, Hindle JV, et al (2018). A comprehensive model of factors associated with subjective perceptions of "living well" with dementia: findings from the IDEAL study. Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders
Vatter S, McDonald KR, Stanmore E, Clare L, McCormick SA, Leroi I (2018). A qualitative study of female caregiving spouses' experiences of intimate relationships as cognition declines in Parkinson's disease. AGE AND AGEING, 47(4), 604-610. Author URL.
Pickett J, Bird C, Ballard C, Banerjee S, Brayne C, Cowan K, Clare L, Comas-Herrera A, Corner L, Daley S, et al (2018). A roadmap to advance dementia research in prevention, diagnosis, intervention, and care by 2025. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 33(7), 900-906. Abstract.
Martyr A, Clare L (2018). Awareness of functional ability in people with early-stage dementia. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry, 33(1), 31-38. Abstract.  Author URL.
Quinn C, Morris RG, Clare L (2018). Beliefs About Dementia: Development and Validation of the Representations and Adjustment to Dementia Index (RADIX). American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 26(6), 680-689. Abstract.
McMaster M, Kim S, Clare L, Torres SJ, D este C, Anstey KJ (2018). Body, brain, life for cognitive decline (BBL-CD): Protocol for a multidomain dementia risk reduction randomized controlled trial for subjective cognitive decline and mild cognitive impairment. Clinical Interventions in Aging, 13, 2397-2406. Abstract.
Opdebeeck C, Matthews FE, Wu YT, Woods RT, Brayne C, Clare L (2018). Cognitive reserve as a moderator of the negative association between mood and cognition: Evidence from a population-representative cohort. Psychological Medicine, 48(1), 61-71. Abstract.
Bahar-Fuchs A, Martyr A, Goh AMY, Sabates J, Clare L (2018). Cognitive training for people with mild to moderate dementia. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2018(7). Abstract.
Wu YT, Clare L, Hindle JV, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Matthews FE (2018). Dementia subtype and living well: results from the Improving the experience of Dementia and Enhancing Active Life (IDEAL) study. BMC medicine, 16(1). Abstract.
Oltra-Cucarella J, Ferrer-Cascales R, Clare L, Morris SB, Espert R, Tirapu J, Sánchez-SanSegundo M (2018). Differential effects of cognition-focused interventions for people with Alzheimer's disease: a meta-analysis. Neuropsychology, 32(6), 664-679. Abstract.
Hillman A, Jones IR, Quinn C, Nelis SM, Clare L (2018). Dualities of dementia illness narratives and their role in a narrative economy. Sociology of Health and Illness Abstract.
Pike KE, Ong B, Clare L, Kinsella GJ (2018). Face-name memory training in subjective memory decline: how does office-based training translate to everyday situations?. Neuropsychol Dev Cogn B Aging Neuropsychol Cogn, 25(5), 724-752. Abstract.  Author URL.
Hindle JV, Watermeyer TJ, Roberts J, Brand A, Hoare Z, Martyr A, Clare L (2018). Goal-orientated cognitive rehabilitation for dementias associated with Parkinson's disease―A pilot randomised controlled trial. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry Abstract.  Author URL.
Nelis SM, Thom JM, Jones IR, Hindle JV, Clare L (2018). Goal-setting to Promote a Healthier Lifestyle in Later Life: Qualitative Evaluation of the AgeWell Trial. Clin Gerontol, 41(4), 335-345. Abstract.  Author URL.
Hinchliffe S, Jackson M, Wyatt K, Barlow A, Barreto M, Clare L, Deplege M, Durie R, Fleming L, Groom N, et al (2018). Healthy publics: Enabling cultures and environments for health. Palgrave Communications, 4, n/a-n/a.
Wu Y-T, Clare L, Jones IR, Martyr A, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Victor CR, Lamont RA, Rippon I, Matthews FE, et al (2018). Inequalities in living well with dementia-The impact of deprivation on well-being, quality of life and life satisfaction: Results from the improving the experience of dementia and enhancing active life study. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry, 33(12), 1736-1742. Abstract.  Author URL.
Martyr A, Nelis S, Quinn C, Wu YT, Lamont R, Henderson C, Clarke R, Hindle J, Thom J, Jones IR, et al (2018). Living well with dementia: a systematic review and correlational meta-analysis of factors associated with quality of life, well-being, and life satisfaction in people with dementia. Psychological Medicine, 48, 2130-2139. Abstract.
Vatter S, McDonald KR, Stanmore E, Clare L, Leroi I (2018). Multidimensional Care Burden in Parkinson-Related Dementia. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology, 31(6), 319-328. Abstract.
Silarova B, Nelis SM, Ashworth RM, Ballard C, Bieńkiewicz M, Henderson C, Hillman A, Hindle JV, Hughes JC, Lamont RA, et al (2018). Protocol for the IDEAL-2 longitudinal study: following the experiences of people with dementia and their primary carers to understand what contributes to living well with dementia and enhances active life. BMC Public Health, 18(1). Abstract.  Author URL.
Litherland R, Burton J, Cheeseman M, Campbell D, Hawkins M, Hawkins T, Oliver K, Scott D, Ward J, Nelis SM, et al (2018). Reflections on PPI from the 'Action on Living Well: Asking You' advisory network of people with dementia and carers as part of the IDEAL study. Dementia (London), 17(8), 1035-1044. Abstract.  Author URL.
Evans IEM, Llewellyn DJ, Matthews FE, Woods RT, Brayne C, Clare L, CFAS-Wales research team (2018). Social isolation, cognitive reserve, and cognition in healthy older people. PLoS One, 13(8). Abstract.  Author URL.
Victor C, Jones I, Wu Y, Matthews F, Nelis S, Martyr A, Quinn C, Clare L (2018). THE IDEAL STUDY MODEL OF LIVING WELL WITH DEMENTIA. Innovation in aging, 2(Suppl 1), 358-358. Abstract.
Victor C, Jones I, Wu Y, Matthews F, Nelis S, Martyr A, Quinn C, Clare L (2018). THE IDEAL STUDY MODEL OF LIVING WELL WITH DEMENTIA. Innovation in Aging, 2(suppl_1), 358-358.
Roberts JL, Anderson ND, Guild E, Cyr A-A, Jones RSP, Clare L (2018). The benefits of errorless learning for people with amnestic mild cognitive impairment. Neuropsychol Rehabil, 28(6), 984-996. Abstract.  Author URL.
Yates JA, Clare L, Woods RT (2017). "You've got a friend in me": can social networks mediate the relationship between mood and MCI?. BMC Geriatrics, 17(1). Abstract.
Clare L (2017). 'Living well with dementia has become a key focus of policy'. PSYCHOLOGIST, 30, 66-69. Author URL.
Pini S, Ingleson E, Megson M, Clare L, Wright P, Oyebode JR (2017). A Needs-led Framework for Understanding the Impact of Caring for a Family Member with Dementia. The Gerontologist, 58(2), e68-e77.
Poulos CJ, Bayer A, Beaupre L, Clare L, Poulos RG, Wang RH, Zuidema S, McGilton KS (2017). A comprehensive approach to reablement in dementia. Alzheimer's and Dementia: Translational Research and Clinical Interventions, 3(3), 450-458. Abstract.
Cox KL, Cyarto EV, Etherton-Beer C, Ellis KA, Alfonso H, Clare L, Liew D, Ames D, Flicker L, Almeida OP, et al (2017). A randomized controlled trial of physical activity with individual goal-setting and volunteer mentors to overcome sedentary lifestyle in older adults at risk of cognitive decline: the INDIGO trial protocol. BMC Geriatrics, 17(1). Abstract.
Kolanowski AM, Fick DM, Litaker M, Mulhall P, Clare L, Hill N, Boustani M, Mogle JA (2017). COGNITIVE ACTIVITIES FOR DELIRIUM SUPERIMPOSED ON DEMENTIA: a RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL. Innovation in aging, 1(Suppl 1), 1283-1283. Abstract.
Kolanowski AM, Fick DM, Litaker M, Mulhall P, Clare L, Hill N, Boustani M, Mogle JA (2017). COGNITIVE ACTIVITIES FOR DELIRIUM SUPERIMPOSED ON DEMENTIA: a RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL. Innovation in Aging, 1(suppl_1), 1283-1283.
Opdebeeck C, Kudlicka A, Nelis S, Quinn C, Clare L (2017). COGNITIVE RESERVE IS ASSOCIATED WITH QUALITY OF LIFE, SELF-ESTEEM, AND SELF-EFFICACY IN LATER LIFE. Innovation in Aging, 1(suppl_1), 877-878.
Opdebeeck C, Kudlicka A, Nelis S, Quinn C, Clare L (2017). COGNITIVE RESERVE IS ASSOCIATED WITH QUALITY OF LIFE, SELF-ESTEEM, AND SELF-EFFICACY IN LATER LIFE. Innovation in aging, 1(Suppl 1), 877-878. Abstract.
Webster L, Groskreutz D, Grinbergs-Saull A, Howard R, O'Brien JT, Mountain G, Banerjee S, Woods B, Perneczky R, Lafortune L, et al (2017). Core outcome measures for interventions to prevent or slow the progress of dementia for people living with mild to moderate dementia: Systematic review and consensus recommendations. PLoS One, 12(6). Abstract.  Author URL.
Jones IR, Hillman A, Quinn C, Clare L (2017). DUALITIES OF DEMENTIA ACCOUNTS: BIOGRAPHICAL RECONSTRUCTION AND NARRATIVE ECONOMIES. Innovation in aging, 1(Suppl 1), 1344-1345. Abstract.
Jones IR, Hillman A, Quinn C, Clare L (2017). DUALITIES OF DEMENTIA ACCOUNTS: BIOGRAPHICAL RECONSTRUCTION AND NARRATIVE ECONOMIES. Innovation in Aging, 1(suppl_1), 1344-1345.
Webster L, Groskreutz D, Grinbergs-Saull A, Howard R, O’Brien JT, Mountain G, Banerjee S, Woods B, Perneczky R, Lafortune L, et al (2017). Development of a core outcome set for disease modification trials in mild to moderate dementia: a systematic review, patient and public consultation and consensus recommendations. Health Technology Assessment, 21(26), 1-192. Abstract.
Hindle JV, Watermeyer TJ, Roberts J, Martyr A, Lloyd-Williams H, Brand A, Gutting P, Hoare Z, Edwards RT, Clare L, et al (2017). Erratum to: Cognitive rehabiliation for Parkinson's disease dementia: a study protocol for a pilot randomised controlled trial. Trials, 18(1). Author URL.
Kudlicka AK, clare L, Hindle, JV, Spencer LE (2017). Everyday functioning of people with Parkinson’s disease and impairments in executive function: a qualitative investigation. Disability and Rehabilitation
Martyr A, Wu Y, Morris R, Hindle J, Rusted J, Thom J, Clarke R, Clare L (2017). FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH QUALITY OF LIFE IN DEMENTIA: A CORRELATIONAL META-ANALYSIS. Innovation in aging, 1(Suppl 1), 1344-1344. Abstract.
Martyr A, Wu Y, Morris R, Hindle J, Rusted J, Thom J, Clarke R, Clare L (2017). FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH QUALITY OF LIFE IN DEMENTIA: A CORRELATIONAL META-ANALYSIS. Innovation in Aging, 1(suppl_1), 1344-1344.
Kudlicka A, Bayer A, Jones R, Kopelman M, Leroi I, Oyebode JR, Woods B, Clare L (2017). GOAL-ORIENTED COGNITIVE REHABILITATION IN EARLY-STAGE DEMENTIA: RESULTS FROM THE GREAT TRIAL. Innovation in aging, 1(Suppl 1), 425-425. Abstract.
Kudlicka A, Evans S, Pool J, Oyebode JR, Woods B, Clare L (2017). GREAT TRIAL: PERSONALISED COGNITIVE REHABILITATION GOALS OF PEOPLE WITH EARLY-STAGE DEMENTIA. Innovation in aging, 1(Suppl 1), 873-873. Abstract.
Massimo L, Munoz E, Hill N, Mogle J, Mulhall P, McMillan CT, Clare L, Vandenbergh D, Fick D, Kolanowski A, et al (2017). Genetic and environmental factors associated with delirium severity in older adults with dementia. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry, 32(5), 574-581. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Nelis S, Wu Y, Martyr A, Knapp M, Henderson C, Lamont R, Matthews F (2017). IMPROVING THE EXPERIENCE OF DEMENTIA AND ENHANCING ACTIVE LIFE (THE IDEAL STUDY): COHORT PROFILE. Innovation in aging, 1(Suppl 1), 1344-1344. Abstract.
Clare L, Nelis S, Wu Y, Martyr A, Knapp M, Henderson C, Lamont R, Matthews F (2017). IMPROVING THE EXPERIENCE OF DEMENTIA AND ENHANCING ACTIVE LIFE (THE IDEAL STUDY): COHORT PROFILE. Innovation in Aging, 1(suppl_1), 1344-1344.
Clare L (2017). IMPROVING THE EXPERIENCE OF DEMENTIA AND ENHANCING ACTIVE LIFE: EARLY FINDINGS FROM THE IDEAL COHORT. Innovation in Aging, 1(suppl_1), 1344-1344.
Clare L (2017). IMPROVING THE EXPERIENCE OF DEMENTIA AND ENHANCING ACTIVE LIFE: EARLY FINDINGS FROM THE IDEAL COHORT. Innovation in aging, 1(Suppl 1), 1344-1344. Abstract.
Quinn C, Jones IR, Clare L (2017). Illness representations in caregivers of people with dementia. Aging Ment Health, 21(5), 553-561. Abstract.  Author URL.
Anstey KJ, Peters R, Clare L, Lautenschlager NT, Dodge HH, Barnes DE, Shahar S, Brodaty H, Rees G (2017). Joining forces to prevent dementia: the International Research Network on Dementia Prevention (IRNDP). International Psychogeriatrics, 29(11), 1757-1760.
Hillman A, Jones IR, Quinn C, Clare L (2017). LETTING GO OF COHERENCE: THE CHALLENGES OF REPRESENTING DEMENTIA. Innovation in aging, 1(Suppl 1), 1345-1345. Abstract.
Hillman A, Jones IR, Quinn C, Clare L (2017). LETTING GO OF COHERENCE: THE CHALLENGES OF REPRESENTING DEMENTIA. Innovation in Aging, 1(suppl_1), 1345-1345.
Clare L, Kinman G (2017). Linda Clare: 'Living well with dementia has become a key focus of policy'. Psychologist, 30(7), 66-69.
Clare L, Wu YT, Teale JC, MacLeod C, Matthews F, Brayne C, Woods B (2017). Potentially modifiable lifestyle factors, cognitive reserve, and cognitive function in later life: a cross-sectional study. PLoS Medicine, 14(3). Abstract.
Clare L (2017). Rehabilitation for people living with dementia: a practical framework of positive support. PLoS Med, 14(3). Abstract.  Author URL.
Dröes RM, Chattat R, Diaz A, Gove D, Graff M, Murphy K, Verbeek H, Vernooij-Dassen M, Clare L, Johannessen A, et al (2017). Social health and dementia: a European consensus on the operationalization of the concept and directions for research and practice. Aging and Mental Health, 21(1), 4-17. Abstract.
Yates JA, Clare L, Woods RT (2017). Subjective memory complaints, mood and MCI: a follow-up study. Aging and Mental Health, 21(3), 313-321. Abstract.
Bahar-Fuchs A, Webb S, Bartsch L, Clare L, Rebok G, Cherbuin N, Anstey KJ (2017). Tailored and Adaptive Computerized Cognitive Training in Older Adults at Risk for Dementia: a Randomized Controlled Trial. J Alzheimers Dis, 60(3), 889-911. Abstract.  Author URL.
Hindle JV, Martin-Forbes PA, Martyr A, Bastable AJM, Pye KL, Mueller Gathercole VC, Thomas EM, Clare L (2017). The effects of lifelong cognitive lifestyle on executive function in older people with Parkinson's disease. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 32(12), e157-e165.
Yates JA, Clare L, Woods RT, Cognitive Function and Ageing Study: Wales (2017). What is the Relationship between Health, Mood, and Mild Cognitive Impairment?. J Alzheimers Dis, 55(3), 1183-1193. Abstract.  Author URL.
Yates JA, Clare L, Woods B (2017). YOU’VE GOT A FRIEND IN ME: CAN SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT MEDIATE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MOOD AND MCI?. Innovation in Aging, 1(suppl_1), 1179-1179.
Yates JA, Clare L, Woods B (2017). YOU’VE GOT A FRIEND IN ME: CAN SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT MEDIATE THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MOOD AND MCI?. Innovation in aging, 1(Suppl 1), 1179-1179. Abstract.
Clare L, Kudlicka A, Bayer A, Jones RW, John Knapp MR, Kopelman M, Leroi I, Oyebode J, Pool J, Woods B, et al (2017). [O3–02–05]: GOAL‐ORIENTED COGNITIVE REHABILITATION IN EARLY‐STAGE ALZHEIMER's AND RELATED DEMENTIAS: RESULTS FROM a MULTI‐CENTRE, SINGLE‐BLIND, RANDOMISED CONTROLLED TRIAL (THE GREAT TRIAL). Alzheimer's & Dementia, 13(7S_Part_18).
Webster LA, Groskreutz D, Grinbergs‐Saull A, Howard RJ, O'Brien JT, Mountain G, Banerjee S, Woods B, Perneczky R, Lafortune L, et al (2017). [P4–019]: a CORE OUTCOME SET FOR DISEASE MODIFICATION TRIALS IN MILD‐TO‐MODERATE DEMENTIA: a SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND CONSENSUS RECOMMENDATIONS. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 13(7S_Part_26), p1261-p1262.
Martyr A, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Wu Y, Lamont RA, Henderson C, Clarke R, Hindle JV, Jones IR, Morris RG, et al (2017). [P4–562]: LIVING WELL WITH DEMENTIA: a SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 13(7S_Part_32), p1567-p1568.
Quinn C, Toms G, Jones C, Brand A, Edwards RT, Sanders F, Clare L (2016). A pilot randomized controlled trial of a self-management group intervention for people with early-stage dementia (The SMART study). International Psychogeriatrics, 28(5), 787-800. Abstract.
Quinn C, Toms G, Anderson D, Clare L (2016). A review of self-management interventions for people with dementia and mild cognitive impairment. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 35(11), 1154-1188. Abstract.
Quinn C, Toms G, Davies S, Davies M, Clare L (2016). A self-management group for people with dementia. Journal of Dementia Care, 24, 29-32.
Kolanowski A, Mogle J, Fick D, Campbell N, Hill N, Mulhall P, Colancecco E, Behrens L, Boustani M, Clare L, et al (2016). Anticholinergic Exposure During Rehabilitation: Association with Cognitive and Physical Function. NURSING RESEARCH, 65(2), E96-E97. Author URL.
Clare L, Whitaker CJ, Craik FIM, Bialystok E, Martyr A, Martin-Forbes PA, Bastable AJM, Pye KL, Quinn C, Thomas EM, et al (2016). Bilingualism, executive control, and age at diagnosis among people with early-stage Alzheimer's disease in Wales. Journal of Neuropsychology, 10(2), 163-185. Abstract.
Hindle JV, Watermeyer TJ, Roberts J, Martyr A, Lloyd-Williams H, Brand A, Gutting P, Hoare Z, Tudor-Edwards R, Clare L, et al (2016). Cognitive rehabilitation for Parkinson's disease dementia: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial (CORD-PD). Trials, 17, 1-9. Abstract.
Opdebeeck C, Martyr A, Clare L (2016). Cognitive reserve and cognitive function in healthy older people: a meta-analysis. Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 23(1), 40-60. Abstract.
Ciblis AS, Butler M-L, Quinn C, Clare L, Bokde ALW, Mullins PG, McNulty JP (2016). Current Practice in the Referral of Individuals with Suspected Dementia for Neuroimaging by General Practitioners in Ireland and Wales. PLoS One, 11(3). Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L (2016). Developing Awareness about Awareness in Early-Stage Dementia. Dementia, 1(3), 295-312. Abstract.
Birchley G, Jones K, Huxtable R, Dixon J, Kitzinger J, Clare L (2016). Dying well with reduced agency: a scoping review and thematic synthesis of the decision-making process in dementia, traumatic brain injury and frailty. BMC Medical Ethics, 17(1). Abstract.
Kolanowski A, Fick D, Litaker M, Mulhall P, Clare L, Hill N, Mogle J, Boustani M, Gill D, Yevchak-Sillner A, et al (2016). Effect of Cognitively Stimulating Activities on Symptom Management of Delirium Superimposed on Dementia: a Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 64(12), 2424-2432. Abstract.
Clare L, Whitaker CJ, Martyr A, Martin-Forbes PA, Bastable AJM, Pye KL, Quinn C, Thomas EM, Mueller Gathercole VC, Hindle JV, et al (2016). Executive control in older Welsh monolinguals and bilinguals. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 28(4), 412-426. Abstract.
Watermeyer TJ, Hindle JV, Roberts J, Lawrence CL, Martyr A, Lloyd-Williams H, Brand A, Gutting P, Hoare Z, Tudor Edwards R, et al (2016). Goal setting for cognitive rehabilitation in mild to moderate Parkinson's disease dementia and dementia with Lewy bodies. Parkinson’s Disease, 2016
Clare L, Quinn C, Jones IR, Woods RT (2016). I don’t think of it as an illness’: illness representations in mild to moderate dementia. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease
Wu Y-T, Teale J, Matthews F, Brayne C, Woods R, Clare L (2016). Lifestyle factors, cognitive reserve, and cognitive function: results from the Cognitive Function and Ageing Study Wales, a population-based cohort. Lancet, The, 388, S114-S114.
Pearce A, Clare L, Pistrang N (2016). Managing Sense of Self. Dementia, 1(2), 173-192. Abstract.
Clare L, Shakespeare P (2016). Negotiating the Impact of Forgetting. Dementia, 3(2), 211-232. Abstract.
Clare L, Roth I, Pratt R (2016). Perceptions of change over time in early-stage Alzheimer's disease. Dementia, 4(4), 487-520. Abstract.
Mason E, Clare L, Pistrang N (2016). Processes and experiences of mutual support in professionally-led support. groups for people with early-stage dementia. Dementia, 4(1), 87-112. Abstract.
Lamont RA, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Clare L (2016). Social Support and Attitudes to Aging in Later Life. The International Journal of Aging and Human Development Abstract.
Kinsella GJ, Ames D, Storey E, Ong B, Pike KE, Saling MM, Clare L, Mullaly E, Rand E (2016). Strategies for improving memory: a randomized trial of memory groups for older people, including those with mild cognitive impairment. J Alzheimers Dis, 49(1), 31-43. Abstract.  Author URL.
Van Dijkhuizen M, Clare L, Pearce A (2016). Striving for connection. Dementia, 5(1), 73-94. Abstract.
Lee S, Ong B, Pike KE, Mullaly E, Rand E, Storey E, Ames D, Saling M, Clare L, Kinsella GJ, et al (2016). The Contribution of Prospective Memory Performance to the Neuropsychological Assessment of Mild Cognitive Impairment. Clin Neuropsychol, 30(1), 131-149. Abstract.  Author URL.
Hindle JV, Hurt CS, Burn DJ, Brown RG, Samuel M, Wilson KC, Clare L (2016). The effects of cognitive reserve and lifestyle on cognition and dementia in Parkinson's disease--a longitudinal cohort study. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry, 31(1), 13-23. Abstract.  Author URL.
Pratt R, Clare L, Aggarwal N (2016). The ‘Talking About Memory Coffee Group’: a new model of. support for people with early-stage dementia and their families. Dementia, 4(1), 143-148.
Olanrewaju O, Clare L, Barnes L, Brayne C (2015). A multimodal approach to dementia prevention: a report from the Cambridge Institute of Public Health. Alzheimer's and Dementia: Translational Research and Clinical Interventions, 1(3), 151-156. Abstract.
Toms GR, Clare L, Nixon J, Quinn C (2015). A systematic narrative review of support groups for people with dementia. Int Psychogeriatr, 27(9), 1439-1465. Abstract.  Author URL.
Kolanowski A, Mogle J, Fick DM, Campbell N, Hill N, Mulhall P, Behrens L, Colancecco E, Boustani M, Clare L, et al (2015). Anticholinergic Exposure During Rehabilitation: Cognitive and Physical Function Outcomes in Patients with Delirium Superimposed on Dementia. Am J Geriatr Psychiatry, 23(12), 1250-1258. Abstract.  Author URL.
Zwijsen S, Clare L, Gerridzen I, Veenhuizen R (2015). Awareness and challenging behaviour in neurodegenerative diseases: Different perspectives. INTERNATIONAL PSYCHOGERIATRICS, 27, S169-S169. Author URL.
Clare L (2015). Awareness in people with early-stage dementia: Implications for capacity. INTERNATIONAL PSYCHOGERIATRICS, 27, S184-S185. Author URL.
Morris RG, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Markova I, Roth I, Woods RT, Whitaker CJ, Clare L (2015). Awareness of memory task impairment versus everyday memory difficulties in dementia. Journal of Neuropsychology Abstract.
Morris RG, Martyr A, Nelis S, Markova IS, Roth I, Woods RT, Clare L (2015). BEING LESS AWARE OF FUNCTIONAL DECLINE MAY PRESERVE EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING IN PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA. GERONTOLOGIST, 55, 593-593. Author URL.
Quinn C, Clare L, Woods RT (2015). Balancing needs: the role of motivations, meanings and relationship dynamics in the experience of informal caregivers of people with dementia. Dementia (London), 14(2), 220-237. Abstract.  Author URL.
Jones IR, Victor C, Clare L (2015). CAPITALS, ASSETS AND RESOURCES: a FRAMEWORK FOR UNDERSTANDING THE LIVED EXPERIENCE OF DEMENTIA. GERONTOLOGIST, 55, 593-594. Author URL.
Zwijsen S, Clare L, Gerridzen I, Veenhuizen R (2015). Challenging behaviour and the biopsychosocial model: is there something missing?. INTERNATIONAL PSYCHOGERIATRICS, 27, S169-S170. Author URL.
Hindle JV, Martin-Forbes PA, Bastable AJM, Pye KL, Martyr A, Whitaker CJ, Craik FIM, Bialystok E, Thomas EM, Mueller Gathercole VC, et al (2015). Cognitive reserve in Parkinson's disease: the effects of welsh-english bilingualism on executive function. Parkinsons Dis, 2015 Abstract.  Author URL.
Orgeta V, Mcdonald KR, Poliakoff E, Hindle JV, Clare L, Leroi I (2015). Cognitive training interventions for dementia and mild cognitive impairment in Parkinson's Disease. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2015(11). Abstract.
Jones CL, Tudor Edwards R, nelis SM, Jones IR, Hindle JV, Thom JT, Cooney J, Clare L (2015). Cost-Effectiveness Findings from the Agewell Pilot Study of Behaviour Change to Promote Health and Wellbeing in Later Life. Health Economics & Outcome Research, 1(1). Abstract.
Opdebeeck C, Quinn C, Nelis SM, Clare L (2015). Does cognitive reserve moderate the association between mood and cognition? a systematic review. Reviews in Clinical Gerontology, 25(03), 181-193. Abstract.
Toms GR, Quinn C, Anderson DE, Clare L (2015). Help yourself: perspectives on self-management from people with dementia and their caregivers. Qual Health Res, 25(1), 87-98. Abstract.  Author URL.
Opdebeeck C, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Clare L (2015). How does cognitive reserve impact on the relationships between mood, rumination, and cognitive function in later life?. Aging Ment Health, 19(8), 705-712. Abstract.  Author URL.
Opdebeeck C, Quinn C, Nelis SM, Clare L (2015). Is cognitive lifestyle associated with depressive thoughts and self-reported depressive. European Journal of Ageing, 13(1), 63-73. Abstract.
Yates JA, Clare L, Woods RT, Matthews FE (2015). Subjective Memory Complaints are Involved in the Relationship between Mood and Mild Cognitive Impairment. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 48(S1), S115-S123. Abstract.
Clare L, Nelis SM, Jones IR, Hindle JV, Thom JM, Nixon JA, Cooney J, Jones CL, Tudor Edwards R, Whitaker CJ, et al (2015). The Agewell trial: a pilot randomised controlled trial of a behaviour change intervention to promote healthy ageing and reduce risk of dementia in later life. BMC Psychiatry, 15(1). Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Nelis SM, Jones IR, Hindle JV, Thom JM, Nixon JA, Cooney J, Jones CL, Tudor Edwards R, Whitaker CJ, et al (2015). The Agewell trial: a pilot randomised controlled trial of a behaviour change intervention to promote healthy ageing and reduce risk of dementia in later life. BMC Psychiatry, 15 Abstract.  Author URL.
Vidovich MR, Lautenschlager NT, Flicker L, Clare L, McCaul K, Almeida OP (2015). The PACE study: a randomized clinical trial of cognitive activity strategy training for older people with mild cognitive impairment. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 23(4), 360-372. Abstract.
Vidovich MR, Lautenschlager NT, Flicker L, Clare L, McCaul K, Almeida OP (2015). The PACE study: a randomized clinical trial of cognitive activity strategy training for older people with mild cognitive impairment. Am J Geriatr Psychiatry, 23(4), 360-372. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Nellis S, Woods RT, Jones IR (2015). UNDERSTANDING AND ADJUSTING TO DEMENTIA: IMPLICATIONS FOR HOW WE TALK WITH PEOPLE ABOUT THE CONDITION. GERONTOLOGIST, 55, 593-593. Author URL.
Quinn C, Clare L, Jelley H, Bruce E, Woods B (2014). 'It's in the eyes': how family members and care staff understand awareness in people with severe dementia. Aging Ment Health, 18(2), 260-268. Abstract.  Author URL.
Nelis SM, Clare L, Whitaker CJ (2014). Attachment in people with dementia and their caregivers: a systematic review. Dementia (London), 13(6), 747-767. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Quinn C, Hoare Z, Whitaker R, Woods RT (2014). Care staff and family member perspectives on quality of life in people with very severe dementia in long-term care: a cross-sectional study. HEALTH AND QUALITY OF LIFE OUTCOMES, 12 Author URL.
Hindle JV, Martyr A, Clare L (2014). Cognitive reserve in Parkinson's disease: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Parkinsonism Relat Disord, 20(1), 1-7. Abstract.  Author URL.
Kolanowski AM, Hill NL, Kurum E, Fick DM, Yevchak AM, Mulhall P, Clare L, Valenzuela M (2014). Gender differences in factors associated with delirium severity in older adults with dementia. Arch Psychiatr Nurs, 28(3), 187-192. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Martyr A, Henderson C, Hindle JV, Jones IR, Jones RW, Knapp M, Kopelman MD, et al (2014). Improving the experience of dementia and enhancing active life - living well with dementia: study protocol for the IDEAL study. HEALTH AND QUALITY OF LIFE OUTCOMES, 12 Author URL.
Martyr A, Clare L (2014). P1‐175: AWARENESS OF FUNCTIONAL ABILITY IN PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA: DIAGNOSTIC ACCURACY AND CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 10(4S_Part_9).
Martyr A, Hindle JV, Whitaker CJ, Craik FIM, Bialystok E, Martin‐Forbes PA, Bastable AJM, Pye KL, Quinn C, Thomas EM, et al (2014). P2‐296: BILINGUALISM, EXECUTIVE CONTROL, AND COGNITIVE RESERVE: IMPLICATIONS FOR PREVENTION OF ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 10(4S_Part_15).
Opdebeeck C, Martyr A, Clare L (2014). P3‐335: COGNITIVE RESERVE AND COGNITIVE FUNCTION: a META‐ANALYSIS. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 10(4S_Part_20).
Marková IS, Clare L, Whitaker CJ, Roth I, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Roberts JL, Woods RT, Morris R (2014). Phenomena of awareness in dementia: heterogeneity and its implications. Conscious Cogn, 25, 17-26. Abstract.  Author URL.
Martyr A, Nelis SM, Clare L (2014). Predictors of perceived functional ability in early-stage dementia: self-ratings, informant ratings and discrepancy scores. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry, 29(8), 852-862. Abstract.  Author URL.
Kudlicka A, Clare L, Hindle JV (2014). Quality of life, health status and caregiver burden in Parkinson's disease: relationship to executive functioning. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry, 29(1), 68-76. Abstract.  Author URL.
Quinn C, Anderson D, Toms G, Whitaker R, Edwards RT, Jones C, Clare L (2014). Self-management in early-stage dementia: a pilot randomised controlled trial of the efficacy and cost-effectiveness of a self-management group intervention (the SMART study). Trials, 15 Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Woods RT, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Marková IS, Roth I, Whitaker CJ, Morris RG (2014). Trajectories of quality of life in early-stage dementia: individual variations and predictors of change. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry, 29(6), 616-623. Abstract.  Author URL.
Woods RT, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Roberts J, Whitaker CJ, Markova I, Roth I, Morris R, Clare L (2014). What contributes to a good quality of life in early dementia? Awareness and the QoL-AD: a cross-sectional study. Health Qual Life Outcomes, 12 Abstract.  Author URL.
Caddell LS, Clare L (2013). A profile of identity in early-stage dementia and a comparison with healthy older people. Aging and Mental Health, 17(3), 319-327. Abstract.
Clare L, Whitaker R, Woods RT, Quinn C, Jelley H, Hoare Z, Downs M, Wilson B (2013). AN AWARENESS-BASED INTERVENTION TO IMPROVE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR RESIDENTS WITH SEVERE DEMENTIA IN LONG-TERM CARE. GERONTOLOGIST, 53, 384-384. Author URL.
Kurz A, Clare L, Lautenschlager NT (2013). Add life to years: Psychosocial interventions for people with cognitive disorders. International Psychogeriatrics, 25(9), 1389-1391.
Nelis S, Clare L, Whitaker CJ (2013). Attachment styles and attachment needs in people with dementia and family carers. Journal of Dementia Care, 21(4), 34-35.
Clare L, Whitaker R, Woods RT, Quinn C, Jelley H, Hoare Z, Woods J, Downs M, Wilson BA (2013). AwareCare: a pilot randomized controlled trial of an awareness-based staff training intervention to improve quality of life for residents with severe dementia in long-term care settings. Int Psychogeriatr, 25(1), 128-139. Abstract.  Author URL.
Kudlicka A, Clare L, Hindle JV (2013). Awareness of executive deficits in people with Parkinson's disease. J Int Neuropsychol Soc, 19(5), 559-570. Abstract.  Author URL.
van Paasschen J, Clare L, Yuen KSL, Woods RT, Evans SJ, Parkinson CH, Rugg MD, Linden DEJ (2013). Cognitive rehabilitation changes memory-related brain activity in people with Alzheimer disease. Neurorehabil Neural Repair, 27(5), 448-459. Abstract.  Author URL.
Bahar-Fuchs A, Clare L, Woods B (2013). Cognitive training and cognitive rehabilitation for mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease and vascular dementia. COCHRANE DATABASE OF SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS(6). Author URL.
Bahar-Fuchs A, Clare L, Woods B (2013). Cognitive training and cognitive rehabilitation for persons with mild to moderate dementia of the Alzheimer's or vascular type: a review. Alzheimers Res Ther, 5(4). Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Bayer A, Burns A, Corbett A, Jones R, Knapp M, Kopelman M, Kudlicka A, Leroi I, Oyebode J, et al (2013). Goal-oriented cognitive rehabilitation in early-stage dementia: study protocol for a multi-centre single-blind randomised controlled trial (GREAT). Trials, 14 Abstract.  Author URL.
Caddell LS, Clare L (2013). How does identity relate to cognition and functional abilities in early-stage dementia?. Neuropsychol Dev Cogn B Aging Neuropsychol Cogn, 20(1), 1-21. Abstract.  Author URL.
Pike KE, Kinsella GJ, Ong B, Mullaly E, Rand E, Storey E, Ames D, Saling M, Clare L, Parsons S, et al (2013). Is the WMS-IV verbal paired associates as effective as other memory tasks in discriminating amnestic mild cognitive impairment from normal aging?. Clinical Neuropsychologist, 27(6), 908-923. Abstract.
Opdebeeck C, Nelis S, Quinn C, Clare L (2013). MOOD, THINKING STYLE AND COGNITION IN LATER LIFE: THE IMPACT OF COGNITIVE RESERVE. GERONTOLOGIST, 53, 454-454. Author URL.
Clare L, Whitaker CJ, Roberts JL, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Marková IS, Roth I, Woods RT, Morris RG (2013). Memory awareness profiles differentiate mild cognitive impairment from early-stage dementia: evidence from assessments of performance monitoring and evaluative judgement. Dement Geriatr Cogn Disord, 35(5-6), 266-279. Abstract.  Author URL.
Roberts JL, Clare L (2013). Meta-representational awareness in mild cognitive impairment: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. Aging Ment Health, 17(3), 300-309. Abstract.  Author URL.
Yates JA, Clare L, Woods RT (2013). Mild cognitive impairment and mood: a systematic review. Reviews in Clinical Gerontology, 23(4), 317-356. Abstract.
Quinn C, Clare L, McGuinness T, Woods RT (2013). Negotiating the balance: the triadic relationship between spousal caregivers, people with dementia and Admiral Nurses. Dementia (London), 12(5), 588-605. Abstract.  Author URL.
Hindle JV, Petrelli A, Clare L, Kalbe E (2013). Nonpharmacological enhancement of cognitive function in Parkinson's disease: a systematic review. Mov Disord, 28(8), 1034-1049. Abstract.  Author URL.
Kudlicka A, Clare L, Hindle JV (2013). Pattern of executive impairment in mild to moderate Parkinson's disease. Dement Geriatr Cogn Disord, 36(1-2), 50-66. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Nelis S, Martyr A, Markova IS, Roth I, Woods RT, Whitaker CJ, Morris RG (2013). QUALITY OF LIFE IN EARLY-STAGE DEMENTIA: LONGITUDINAL TRAJECTORIES AND PREDICTORS OF CHANGE. GERONTOLOGIST, 53, 8-8. Author URL.
Hutchens RL, Kinsella GJ, Ong B, Pike KE, Clare L, Ames D, Saling MM, Storey E, Mullaly E, Rand E, et al (2013). Relationship between control beliefs, strategy use, and memory performance in amnestic mild cognitive impairment and healthy aging. Journals of Gerontology - Series B Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 68(6), 862-871. Abstract.
Clare L, Whitaker CJ, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Markova IS, Roth I, Woods RT, Morris RG (2013). Self-concept in early stage dementia: profile, course, correlates, predictors and implications for quality of life. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry, 28(5), 494-503. Abstract.  Author URL.
Caddell LS, Clare L (2013). Studying the self in people with dementia: how might we proceed?. Dementia (London), 12(2), 192-209. Abstract.  Author URL.
Noel-Storr AH, Flicker L, Ritchie CW, Nguyen GH, Gupta T, Wood P, Walton J, Desai M, Solomon DF, Molena E, et al (2013). Systematic review of the body of evidence for the use of biomarkers in the diagnosis of dementia. Alzheimer's and Dementia, 9(3). Abstract.
Vidovich MR, Lautenschlager NT, Flicker L, Clare L, Almeida OP (2013). Treatment fidelity and acceptability of a cognition-focused intervention for older adults with mild cognitive impairment (MCI). International Psychogeriatrics, 25(5), 815-823. Abstract.
Clare L, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Whitaker CJ, Marková IS, Roth I, Woods RT, Morris RG (2012). 'She might have what I have got': the potential utility of vignettes as an indirect measure of awareness in early-stage dementia. Aging Ment Health, 16(5), 566-575. Abstract.  Author URL.
Nelis SM, Clare L, Whitaker CJ (2012). Attachment representations in people with dementia and their carers: implications for well-being within the dyad. Aging Ment Health, 16(7), 845-854. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Whitaker R, Quinn C, Jelley H, Hoare Z, Woods B, Downs M, Wilson B (2012). AwareCare: development and validation of an observational measure of awareness in people with severe dementia. Neuropsychol Rehabil, 22(1), 113-133. Abstract.  Author URL.
Delprado J, Kinsella G, Ong B, Pike K, Ames D, Storey E, Saling M, Clare L, Mullaly E, Rand E, et al (2012). Clinical measures of prospective memory in amnestic mild cognitive impairment. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 18(2), 295-304. Abstract.
Clare L (2012). Cognitive rehabilitation in early-stage dementia: Evidence, practice and future directions. The Effectiveness of Rehabilitation for Cognitive Deficits, 9780198526544
Anderson ND, Guild EB, Cyr AA, Roberts J, Clare L (2012). Contributions of frontal and medial temporal lobe functioning to the errorless learning advantage. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 22(2), 169-186. Abstract.
Martyr A, Clare L (2012). Executive function and activities of daily living in Alzheimer's disease: a correlational meta-analysis. Dement Geriatr Cogn Disord, 33(2-3), 189-203. Abstract.  Author URL.
Nelis S, Clare L, Woods R, Martyr A, Markova I, Roth I, Whitaker C, Morris R (2012). F5‐03‐01: the vignette as an indirect measure of awareness in early dementia. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 8(4S_Part_20), p727-p728.
Clare L, Nelis S, Roberts J, Robinson J, Woods R, Martyr A, Roth I, Markova I, Whitaker C, Morris R, et al (2012). F5‐03‐03: a longitudinal study of the dissociation between implicit and explicit indications of awareness using the emotional Stroop effect for dementia‐related words in early stage dementia. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 8(4S_Part_20), p728-p728.
Caddell LS, Clare L (2012). Identity, mood, and quality of life in people with early-stage dementia. Int Psychogeriatr, 24(8), 1306-1315. Abstract.  Author URL.
Hutchens RL, Ong B, Pike KE, Parsons S, Ames D, Mullaly E, Rand E, Kinsella GJ, Storey E, Saling MM, et al (2012). Knowledge and use of memory strategies in Amnestic mild cognitive impairment. Psychology and Aging, 27(3), 768-777. Abstract.
Clare L, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Whitaker CJ, Marková IS, Roth I, Woods RT, Morris RG (2012). Longitudinal trajectories of awareness in early-stage dementia. Alzheimer Dis Assoc Disord, 26(2), 140-147. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Nelis SM, Whitaker CJ, Martyr A, Markova IS, Roth I, Woods RT, Morris RG (2012). Marital relationship quality in early-stage dementia: perspectives from people with dementia and their spouses. Alzheimer Dis Assoc Disord, 26(2), 148-158. Abstract.  Author URL.
Pike KE, Kinsella GJ, Ong B, Mullaly E, Rand E, Storey E, Ames D, Saling M, Clare L, Parsons S, et al (2012). Names and numberplates: Quasi-everyday associative memory tasks for distinguishing amnestic mild cognitive impairment from healthy aging. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 34(3), 269-278. Abstract.
Kolanowski AM, Hill N, Clare L, Marx P (2012). Practical Protocol for Implementing Cognitive Stimulation in Persons with Delirium Superimposed on Dementia. Nonpharmacol Ther Dement, 2(2), 101-110. Abstract.  Author URL.
Noel-Storr AH, Flicker L, Ritchie CW, Nguyen GH, Gupta T, Wood P, Walton J, Desai M, Solomon DF, Molena E, et al (2012). Systematic review of the body of evidence for the use of biomarkers in the diagnosis of dementia. Alzheimer's and Dementia
Clare L, Hindle JV, Jones IR, Thom JM, Nelis SM, Hounsome B, Whitaker CJ (2012). The AgeWell study of behavior change to promote health and wellbeing in later life: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials, 13 Abstract.  Author URL.
Quinn C, Clare L, McGuinness T, Woods RT (2012). The impact of relationships, motivations, and meanings on dementia caregiving outcomes. Int Psychogeriatr, 24(11), 1816-1826. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Roberts J, Whitaker CJ, Markova IS, Roth I, Woods RT, Morris RG (2012). The influence of psychological, social and contextual factors on the expression and measurement of awareness in early-stage dementia: testing a biopsychosocial model. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry, 27(2), 167-177. Abstract.  Author URL.
Martyr A, Clare L, Nelis SM, Marková IS, Roth I, Woods RT, Whitaker CJ, Morris RG (2012). Verbal fluency and awareness of functional deficits in early-stage dementia. Clin Neuropsychol, 26(3), 501-519. Abstract.  Author URL.
Quinn C, Clare L, Woods RT (2012). What predicts whether caregivers of people with dementia find meaning in their role?. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry, 27(11), 1195-1202. Abstract.  Author URL.
Nelis S, Clare L, Whitaker CJ, Quinn C (2011). ATTACHMENT ORGANIZATION AND THE SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING OF OLDER ADULTS. GERONTOLOGIST, 51, 576-576. Author URL.
Clare L, Nelis S, Whitaker CJ (2011). ATTACHMENT REPRESENTATIONS IN PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR CAREGIVERS: IMPLICATIONS FOR WELL-BEING. GERONTOLOGIST, 51, 576-576. Author URL.
Clare L, Marková IS, Roth I, Morris RG (2011). Awareness in Alzheimer's disease and associated dementias: theoretical framework and clinical implications. Aging Ment Health, 15(8), 936-944. Abstract.  Author URL.
Nelis SM, Clare L, Martyr A, Markova I, Roth I, Woods RT, Whitaker CJ, Morris RG (2011). Awareness of social and emotional functioning in people with early-stage dementia and implications for carers. Aging Ment Health, 15(8), 961-969. Abstract.  Author URL.
Martin M, Clare L, Altgassen AM, Cameron MH, Zehnder F (2011). Cognition-based interventions for healthy older people and people with mild cognitive impairment. COCHRANE DATABASE OF SYSTEMATIC REVIEWS(1). Author URL.
Martyr A, Clare L, Nelis SM, Roberts JL, Robinson JU, Roth I, Markova IS, Woods RT, Whitaker CJ, Morris RG, et al (2011). Dissociation between implicit and explicit manifestations of awareness in early stage dementia: evidence from the emotional Stroop effect for dementia-related words. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry, 26(1), 92-99. Abstract.  Author URL.
Kudlicka A, Clare L, Hindle JV (2011). Executive functions in Parkinson's disease: systematic review and meta-analysis. Mov Disord, 26(13), 2305-2315. Abstract.  Author URL.
Barnard PJ, Murphy FC, Carthery-Goulart MT, Ramponi C, Clare L (2011). Exploring the basis and boundary conditions of SenseCam-facilitated recollection. Memory, 19(7), 758-767. Abstract.
Clare L, Evans S, Parkinson C, Woods R, Linden D (2011). Goal-setting in cognitive rehabilitation for people with early-stage Alzheimer's Disease. Clinical Gerontologist, 34(3), 220-236. Abstract.
Caddell LS, Clare L (2011). I'm still the same person: the impact of early-stage dementia on identity. Dementia, 10(3), 379-398. Abstract.
Caddell LS, Clare L (2011). IS IDENTITY COMPROMISED IN PEOPLE IN THE EARLY STAGES OF DEMENTIA?. GERONTOLOGIST, 51, 225-226. Author URL.
Caddell LS, Clare L (2011). Interventions supporting self and identity in people with dementia: a systematic review. Aging Ment Health, 15(7), 797-810. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Whitaker CJ, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Markova IS, Roth I, Woods RT, Morris RG (2011). Multidimensional assessment of awareness in early-stage dementia: a cluster analytic approach. Dement Geriatr Cogn Disord, 31(5), 317-327. Abstract.  Author URL.
Kolanowski AM, Fick DM, Clare L, Steis M, Boustani M, Litaker M (2011). Pilot Study of a Nonpharmacological Intervention for Delirium Superimposed on Dementia. RESEARCH IN GERONTOLOGICAL NURSING, 4(3), 161-167. Author URL.
Thom JM, Clare L (2011). Rationale for combined exercise and cognition-focused interventions to improve functional independence in people with dementia. Gerontology, 57(3), 265-275. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Nelis S, Martyr A, Whitaker CJ, Markova IS, Roth I, Woods RT, Morris RG (2011). SENSE OF IDENTITY IN EARLY-STAGE DEMENTIA. GERONTOLOGIST, 51, 226-226. Author URL.
Kolanowski AM, Fick DM, Litaker MS, Clare L, Leslie D, Boustani M (2011). Study protocol for the recreational stimulation for elders as a vehicle to resolve delirium superimposed on dementia (Reserve for DSD) trial. Trials, 12 Abstract.
Nelis S, Clare L, Martyr A, Markova IS, Roth I, Woods RT, Whitaker CJ, Morris R (2010). AWARENESS OF SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL FUNCTIONING IN EARLY-STAGE DEMENTIA AND IMPLICATIONS FOR CAREGIVERS. GERONTOLOGIST, 50, 62-62. Author URL.
Kolanowski AM, Fick DM, Clare L, Therrien B, Gill DJ (2010). An intervention for delirium superimposed on dementia based on cognitive reserve theory. Aging and Mental Health, 14(2), 232-242. Abstract.
Clare L, Whitaker CJ, Nelis SM (2010). Appraisal of memory functioning and memory performance in healthy ageing and early-stage Alzheimer's disease. Neuropsychol Dev Cogn B Aging Neuropsychol Cogn, 17(4), 462-491. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L (2010). Awareness in people with severe dementia: review and integration. Aging Ment Health, 14(1), 20-32. Abstract.  Author URL.
Bentham AMMP, McKay AP, Quemada I, Clare L, Eastwood N, McKenna PJ (2010). Delusions in Schizophrenia: a Phenomenological and Psychological Exploration. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 1(4), 289-304.
Clare L, Woods RT, Whitaker R, Wilson BA, Downs M (2010). Development of an awareness-based intervention to enhance quality of life in severe dementia: trial platform. Trials, 11 Abstract.  Author URL.
Thornhill. H, Clare L, May R (2010). Escape, enlightenment and endurance. Anthropology & Medicine, 11(2), 181-199.
Clare L, Linden DEJ, Woods RT, Whitaker R, Evans SJ, Parkinson CH, van Paasschen J, Nelis SM, Hoare Z, Yuen KSL, et al (2010). Goal-oriented cognitive rehabilitation for people with early-stage Alzheimer disease: a single-blind randomized controlled trial of clinical efficacy. Am J Geriatr Psychiatry, 18(10), 928-939. Abstract.  Author URL.
Morris R, Clare L, Nelis S, Martyr A, Roth I, Markova IS, Woods RT, Whitaker CJ (2010). NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF AWARENESS OF COGNITIVE OR BEHAVIOURAL DYSFUNCTION IN EARLY-STAGE DEMENTIA. GERONTOLOGIST, 50, 62-62. Author URL.
Olazarán J, Reisberg B, Clare L, Cruz I, Peña-Casanova J, Del Ser T, Woods B, Beck C, Auer S, Lai C, et al (2010). Nonpharmacological therapies in alzheimer's disease: a systematic review of efficacy. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders, 30(2), 161-178. Abstract.
Clare L, Nevis S, Martyr A, Markova IS, Roth I, Woods RT, Morris RG (2010). PERCEPTIONS OF RELATIONSHIP QUALITY IN PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR SPOUSE CAREGIVERS. GERONTOLOGIST, 50, 328-328. Author URL.
Caddell LS, Clare L (2010). RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN STRENGTH OF IDENTITY, FUNCTIONS OF IDENTITY AND WELL-BEING IN HEALTHY OLDER PEOPLE. GERONTOLOGIST, 50, 286-286. Author URL.
Oyebode JR, Clare L (2010). SPOUSAL RELATIONSHIPS IN DEMENTIA: CONNECTIONS BETWEEN RELATIONSHIPS, CARE AND WELL-BEING. GERONTOLOGIST, 50, 328-328. Author URL.
Clare L (2010). Supporting everyday activities for people with early stage AD: the benefits of cognitive rehabilitation. Journal of Dementia Care, 18(5), 37-38.
Clare L, Nelis S, Martyr A, Markova IS, Roth I, Woods RT, Whitaker CJ, Morris R (2010). TESTING a BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL MODEL OF AWARENESS IN EARLY-STAGE DEMENTIA. GERONTOLOGIST, 50, 62-62. Author URL.
Martyr A, Clare L, Nelis S, Roberts JL, Markova IS, Roth I, Woods RT, Morris RG (2010). THE EMOTIONAL STROOP EFFECT FOR MEMORY-RELATED WORDS IN PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR CAREGIVERS: INVESTIGATING THE IMPLICIT AWARENESS SYSTEM. GERONTOLOGIST, 50, 63-63. Author URL.
Quinn C, Clare L, Woods RT (2010). THE IMPACT OF CAREGIVING ON THE SPOUSAL RELATIONSHIP. GERONTOLOGIST, 50, 328-328. Author URL.
Caddell LS, Clare L (2010). THE IMPACT OF DEVELOPING DEMENTIA ON THE SELF. GERONTOLOGIST, 50, 194-195. Author URL.
Quinn C, Clare L, Woods RT, McGuinness T (2010). TRIADIC RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN INFORMAL CAREGIVERS, PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA, AND HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS. GERONTOLOGIST, 50, 460-461. Author URL.
Jones RSP, Clare L, MacPartlin C, Murphy O (2010). The Effectiveness of Trial-and-Error and Errorless Learning in Promoting the Transfer of Training. European Journal of Behavior Analysis, 11(1), 29-36. Abstract.
Caddell LS, Clare L (2010). The impact of dementia on self and identity: a systematic review. Clin Psychol Rev, 30(1), 113-126. Abstract.  Author URL.
Quinn C, Clare L, Woods RT (2010). The impact of motivations and meanings on the wellbeing of caregivers of people with dementia: a systematic review. Int Psychogeriatr, 22(1), 43-55. Abstract.  Author URL.
Quin RC, Clare L, Ryan P, Jackson M (2009). 'Not of this world': the subjective experience of late-onset psychosis. Aging and Mental Health, 13(6), 779-787. Abstract.
Peter Wills, Linda Clare, Peter Wil (2009). Assessing subtle memory impairments in the everyday memory performance of brain injured people: exploring the potential of the Extended Rivermead Behavioural Memory Test. Brain Injury, 14(8), 693-704.
van Paasschen J, Clare L, Woods RT, Linden DEJ (2009). Can we change brain functioning with cognition-focused interventions in Alzheimer's disease? the role of functional neuroimaging. Restor Neurol Neurosci, 27(5), 473-491. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, van Paasschen J, Evans SJ, Parkinson C, Woods RT, Linden DEJ (2009). Goal-oriented cognitive rehabilitation for an individual with Mild Cognitive Impairment: behavioural and neuroimaging outcomes. Neurocase, 15(4), 318-331. Abstract.  Author URL.
Zehnder F, Martin M, Altgassen M, Clare L (2009). Memory training effects in old age as markers of plasticity: a meta-analysis. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, 27(5), 507-520. Abstract.
Clare L, Singh K (2009). Preventing relapse in psychotic illness: a psychological approach to early intervention. Journal of Mental Health, 3(4), 541-550.
Roberts JL, Clare L, Woods RT (2009). Subjective memory complaints and awareness of memory functioning in mild cognitive impairment: a systematic review. Dement Geriatr Cogn Disord, 28(2), 95-109. Abstract.  Author URL.
Nelis S, Martyr A, Clare L, Roberts J, Markova I, Morris R, Roth I, Woods R (2009). THE POTENTIAL UTILITY OF VIGNETTES AS AN INDIRECT MEASURE OF AWARENESS IN EARLY STAGE DEMENTIA. GERONTOLOGIST, 49, 398-398. Author URL.
Roberts J, Clare L, Nelis S, Martyr A (2009). THE RELIABILITY OF SELF REPORTED FUNCTIONAL ABILITY IN MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT. GERONTOLOGIST, 49, 395-395. Author URL.
Vidovich MR, Lautenschlager NT, Flicker L, Clare L, Almeida OP (2009). The PACE Study: a randomised clinical trial of cognitive activity (CA) for older adults with mild cognitive impairment (MCI). Trials, 10 Abstract.
Quinn C, Clare L, Woods B (2009). The impact of the quality of relationship on the experiences and wellbeing of caregivers of people with dementia: a systematic review. Aging Ment Health, 13(2), 143-154. Abstract.  Author URL.
Martyr A, Nelis S, Clare L, Markova I, Morris R, Roth I, Woods R (2009). UTILISING THE EMOTIONAL STROOP TASK TO INVESTIGATE IMPLICIT AWARENESS OF MEMORY DIFFICULTIES IN PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR CAREGIVERS. GERONTOLOGIST, 49, 395-395. Author URL.
Clare L, Rowlands J, Bruce E, Surr C, Downs M (2008). 'I don't do like I used to do': a grounded theory approach to conceptualising awareness in people with moderate to severe dementia living in long-term care. Soc Sci Med, 66(11), 2366-2377. Abstract.  Author URL.
Roberts J, Clare L (2008). AWARENESS IN MILD COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT: a REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE. GERONTOLOGIST, 48, 349-349. Author URL.
Nelis S, Clare L, Martyr A, Markova I, Morris R, Roth I, Woods R, Roth I (2008). AWARENESS OF FUNCTIONAL DEFICITS IN DEMENTIA: SELF VS. INFORMANT RATINGS. GERONTOLOGIST, 48, 121-121. Author URL.
Naylor E, Clare L (2008). Awareness of memory functioning, autobiographical memory and identity in early-stage dementia. Neuropsychol Rehabil, 18(5-6), 590-606. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Zarit S (2008). BUILDING RESILIENCE IN MCI AND EARLY-STAGE DEMENTIA: INNOVATIVE APPROACHES TO INTERVENTION AND OUTCOME EVALUATION. GERONTOLOGIST, 48, 503-503. Author URL.
Clare L, Evans S, Parkinson C, van Paasschen J, Nelis S, Woods R, Linden D, Rugg M (2008). BUILDING RESILIENCE THROUGH INDIVIDUALISED, GOAL-ORIENTED COGNITIVE REHABILITATION IN EARLY-STAGE DEMENTIA. GERONTOLOGIST, 48, 503-503. Author URL.
Clare L, Rowlands JM, Quin R (2008). Collective strength: the impact of developing a shared social identity in early-stage dementia. Dementia, 7(1), 9-30. Abstract.
Clare L, Jones RSP (2008). Errorless learning in the rehabilitation of memory impairment: a critical review. Neuropsychol Rev, 18(1), 1-23. Abstract.  Author URL.
Downs M, Bowers B, MaloneBeach E, Clare L (2008). IMPLEMENTING EVIDENCE-BASED DEMENTIA CARE: US UK PERSPECTIVES. GERONTOLOGIST, 48, 254-255. Author URL.
Robinson J, Clare L, Markova I, Martyr A, Morris R, Nelis S, Roth I, Woods B (2008). SENSITIVITY TO MEMORY-RELATED WORDS IN AN EMOTIONAL STROOP TASK - a DEMONSTRATION OF IMPLICIT AWARENESS IN PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA. GERONTOLOGIST, 48, 123-123. Author URL.
Clare L, Rowlands J, Bruce E, Surr C, Downs M (2008). THE EXPERIENCE OF LIVING WITH DEMENTIA IN RESIDENTIAL CARE. GERONTOLOGIST, 48, 339-339. Author URL.
Clare L, Rowlands J, Bruce E, Surr C, Downs M (2008). The experience of living with dementia in residential care: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. Gerontologist, 48(6), 711-720. Abstract.  Author URL.
Quinn C, Clare L, Pearce A, van Dijkhuizen M (2008). The experience of providing care in the early stages of dementia: an interpretative phenomenological analysis. Aging Ment Health, 12(6), 769-778. Abstract.  Author URL.
Werheid K, Clare L (2007). Are faces special in Alzheimer's disease? Cognitive conceptualisation, neural correlates, and diagnostic relevance of impaired memory for faces and names. Cortex, 43(7), 898-906. Abstract.
Ownsworth T, Fleming J, Strong J, Radel M, Chan W, Clare L (2007). Awareness typologies, long-term emotional adjustment and psychosocial outcomes following acquired brain injury. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 17(2), 129-150. Abstract.
Nelis S, Quinn C, Clare L (2007). Information and support interventions for informal caregivers of people with dementia. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews(2).
Dunn J, Clare L (2007). Learning face-name associations in early-stage dementia: comparing the effects of errorless learning and effortful processing. Neuropsychol Rehabil, 17(6), 735-754. Abstract.  Author URL.
Masterson J, Druks J, Kopelman M, Clare L, Garley C, Hayes M (2007). Selective naming (and comprehension) deficits in Alzheimer's disease?. Cortex, 43(7), 921-934. Abstract.
Pratt R, Clare L, Kirchner V (2006). 'It's like a revolving door syndrome': Professional perspectives on models of access to services for people with early-stage dementia. Aging and Mental Health, 10(1), 55-62. Abstract.
Ownsworth T, Clare L, Morris R (2006). An integrated biopsychosocial approach to understanding awareness deficits in Alzheimer's disease and brain injury. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 16(4), 415-438. Abstract.
Bahar-Fuchs A, Martyr A, Goh A, Clare L (2006). F5‐02‐03: COGNITIVE TRAINING FOR OLDER ADULTS WITH DEMENTIA: AN UPDATED COCHRANE REVIEW. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 14(7S_Part_31), p1627-p1627.
Crocker L, Clare L, Evans K (2006). Giving up or finding a solution? the experience of attempted suicide in later life. AGING & MENTAL HEALTH, 10(6), 638-647. Author URL.
Harman G, Clare L (2006). Illness representations and lived experience in early-stage dementia. Qualitative Health Research, 16(4), 484-502. Abstract.
Clare L, Goater T, Woods B (2006). Illness representations in early-stage dementia: a preliminary investigation. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry, 21(8), 761-767. Abstract.  Author URL.
Druks J, Masterson J, Kopelman M, Clare L, Rose A, Rai G (2006). Is action naming better preserved (than object naming) in Alzheimer's disease and why should we ask?. Brain and Language, 98(3), 332-340. Abstract.
Clare L, Wilson BA (2006). Longitudinal assessment of awareness in early-stage Alzheimer's disease using comparable questionnaire-based and performance-based measures: a prospective one-year follow-up study. Aging Ment Health, 10(2), 156-165. Abstract.  Author URL.
Hardy RM, Oyebode JR, Clare L (2006). Measuring awareness in people with mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease: Development of the memory awareness rating scale-adjusted. NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION, 16(2), 178-193. Author URL.
Clare L, Halligan P (2006). Neuropsychological rehabilitation: Editorial. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 16(4), 354-355.
Clare L, Wu Y-T, Jones IR, Victor CR, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Quinn C, Litherland R, Pickett J, Hindle JV, et al (2006). O4‐08‐04: a COMPREHENSIVE MODEL OF FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH SUBJECTIVE PERCEPTIONS OF LIVING WELL WITH DEMENTIA: FINDINGS FROM THE IDEAL STUDY. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 14(7S_Part_27), p1422-p1423.
Clare L, Halligan P (2006). Pathologies of awareness: Bridging the gap between theory and practice. NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION, 16(4), 353-355. Author URL.
McCulloch Y, Clare L, Howard R, Peters E (2006). Psychological processes underlying delusional thinking in late-onset psychosis: a preliminary investigation. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 21(8), 768-777. Abstract.
Ownsworth T, Clare L (2006). The association between awareness deficits and rehabilitation outcome following acquired brain injury. Clinical Psychology Review, 26(6), 783-795. Abstract.
Fioravanti M, Carlone O, Vitale B, Cinti ME, Clare L (2005). A meta-analysis of cognitive deficits in adults with a diagnosis of schizophrenia. Neuropsychology Review, 15(2), 73-95. Abstract.
Pariente J, Cole S, Henson R, Clare L, Kennedy A, Rossor M, Cipoloti L, Puel M, Demonet JF, Chollet F, et al (2005). Alzheimer's patients engage an alternative network during a memory task. Annals of Neurology, 58(6), 870-879. Abstract.
Clare L, Marková I, Verhey F, Kenny G (2005). Awareness in dementia: a review of assessment methods and measures. Aging Ment Health, 9(5), 394-413. Abstract.  Author URL.
Aalten P, Van Valen E, Clare L, Kenny G, Verhey F (2005). Awareness in dementia: a review of clinical correlates. Aging and Mental Health, 9(5), 414-422. Abstract.
Markova IS, Clare L, Wang M, Romero B, Kenny G (2005). Awareness in dementia: Conceptual issues. AGING & MENTAL HEALTH, 9(5), 386-393. Author URL.
Clare L, Woods B (2005). Awareness in dementia: a subject for scrutiny. Aging Ment Health, 9(5), 384-385. Author URL.
Clare L (2005). Cognitive rehabilitation for people with early-stage dementia. INTERNATIONAL PSYCHOGERIATRICS, 17, 70-71. Author URL.
Shakespeare P, Clare L (2005). Focusing on task-oriented talk as a way of exploring the interaction between people with early-onset dementia and their carers. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 2(4), 327-340.
Freeman E, Clare L, Savitch N, Royan L, Litherland R, Lindsay M (2005). Improving website accessibility for people with early-stage dementia: a preliminary investigation. Aging and Mental Health, 9(5), 442-448. Abstract.
Robinson L, Clare L, Evans K (2005). Making sense of dementia and adjusting to loss: Psychological reactions to a diagnosis of dementia in couples. Aging and Mental Health, 9(4), 337-347. Abstract.
Clare L (2005). Psychosocial interventions for people with dementia. INTERNATIONAL PSYCHOGERIATRICS, 17, 38-38. Author URL.
Seiffer A, Clare L, Harvey R (2005). The role of personality and coping style in relation to awareness of current functioning in early-stage dementia. AGING & MENTAL HEALTH, 9(6), 535-541. Author URL.
Downs M, Clare L, Mackenzie J (2005). Understandings of dementia and their implications for therapeutic effort. INTERNATIONAL PSYCHOGERIATRICS, 17, 39-39. Author URL.
Clare L (2004). Awareness in early-stage Alzheimer's disease: a review of methods and evidence. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 43(2), 177-196. Abstract.
Clare L (2004). Awareness in early-stage Alzheimer's disease: a review of methods and evidence. Br J Clin Psychol, 43(Pt 2), 177-196. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Wilson BA, Carter G, Roth I, Hodges JR (2004). Awareness in early-stage Alzheimer's disease: relationship to outcome of cognitive rehabilitation. J Clin Exp Neuropsychol, 26(2), 215-226. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Romero B, Wenz M (2004). Awareness in early-stage dementia: Understanding, assessment and implications for early intervention: Report on a European project. Zeitschrift fur Gerontopsychologie und -psychiatrie, 17(2), 135-138. Abstract.
Clare L, Woods RT (2004). Cognitive training and cognitive rehabilitation for people with early-stage Alzheimer's disease: a review. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 14(4), 385-401. Abstract.
Harborne A, Wolpert M, Clare L (2004). Making sense of ADHD: a battle for understanding? Parents' views of their children being diagnosed with ADHD. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 9(3), 327-339. Abstract.
Clare L, Wilson BA (2004). Memory rehabilitation techniques for people with early-stage dementia. Zeitschrift fur Gerontopsychologie und -psychiatrie, 17(2), 109-117. Abstract.
Giblin S, Clare L, Livingston G, Howard R (2004). Psychosocial correlates of late-onset psychosis: life experiences, cognitive schemas, and attitudes to ageing. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GERIATRIC PSYCHIATRY, 19(7), 611-623. Author URL.
Clare L (2004). The construction of awareness in early-stage Alzheimer's disease: a review of concepts and models. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 43(2), 155-175. Abstract.
Clare L (2004). The construction of awareness in early-stage Alzheimer's disease: a review of concepts and models. Br J Clin Psychol, 43(Pt 2), 155-175. Abstract.  Author URL.
Alexander N, Clare L (2004). You still feel different: the experience and meaning of women's self-injury in the context of a lesbian or bisexual identity. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 14(2), 70-84. Abstract.
Clare L (2003). 'I'm still me': Living with the onset of dementia. Journal of Dementia Care, 11(2), 32-35.
Clare L, Baddeley A, Moniz-Cook E, Woods B (2003). A quiet revolution. PSYCHOLOGIST, 16(5), 250-254. Author URL.
Clare L, Woods RT, Moniz Cook ED, Orrell M, Spector A (2003). Cognitive rehabilitation and cognitive training for early-stage Alzheimer's disease and vascular dementia. Cochrane Database Syst Rev(4). Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Wilson BA, Carter G, Hodges JR (2003). Cognitive rehabilitation as a component of early intervention in Alzheimer's disease: a single case study. Aging Ment Health, 7(1), 15-21. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L (2003). Cognitive rehabilitation in early-stage dementia. Research and Practice in Alzheimer's Disease, 7, 97-102. Abstract.
Clare L (2003). Cognitive training and cognitive rehabilitation for people with early-stage dementia. Reviews in Clinical Gerontology, 13(1), 75-83.
Scott J, Clare L (2003). Do people with dementia benefit from psychological interventions offered on a group basis?. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 10(3), 186-196. Abstract.
Clare L, Cox S (2003). Improving Service Approaches and Outcomes for People with Complex Needs Through Consultation and Involvement. Disability and Society, 18(7), 935-953. Abstract.
Clare L (2003). Managing threats to self: awareness in early stage Alzheimer's disease. Soc Sci Med, 57(6), 1017-1029. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Wilson BA, Carter G, Roth I, Hodges JR (2002). Assessing awareness in early-stage Alzheimer's disease: Development and piloting of the memory awareness rating scale. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 12(4), 341-362. Abstract.
Clare L (2002). Awareness in Dementia: New Directions:Guest Editor. Dementia, 1(3), 275-278.
Clare L, Wilson BA, Carter G, Breen K, Berrios GE, Hodges JR (2002). Depression and anxiety in memory clinic attenders and their carers: implications for evaluating the effectiveness of cognitive rehabilitation interventions. Int J Geriatr Psychiatry, 17(10), 962-967. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Wilson BA, Carter G, Roth I, Hodges JR (2002). Relearning face-name associations in early Alzheimer's disease. Neuropsychology, 16(4), 538-547. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L (2002). We'll fight it as long as we can: coping with the onset of Alzheimer's disease. Aging Ment Health, 6(2), 139-148. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Woods B (2001). A role for cognitive rehabilitation in dementia care. NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL REHABILITATION, 11(3-4), 193-196. Author URL.
Clare L (2001). Fit to drive? How to make a fair decision. Journal of Dementia Care, 9(5), 28-29.
Clare L, Wilson BA, Carter G, Hodges JR, Adams M (2001). Long-term maintenance of treatment gains following a cognitive rehabilitation intervention in early dementia of alzheimer type: a single case study. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 11(3-4), 477-494. Abstract.
Clare L, Wilson BA, Emslie H, Tate R, Watson P (2000). Adapting the Rivermead Behavioural Memory Test Extended Version (RBMT-E) for people with restricted mobility. Br J Clin Psychol, 39(4), 363-369. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Wilson BA, Carter G, Breen K, Gosses A, Hodges JR (2000). Intervening with everyday memory problems in dementia of Alzheimer type: an errorless learning approach. J Clin Exp Neuropsychol, 22(1), 132-146. Abstract.  Author URL.
LEVINE B, ROBERTSON IH, CLARE L, CARTER G, HONG J, WILSON BA, DUNCAN J, STUSS DT (2000). Rehabilitation of executive functioning: an experimental–clinical. validation of Goal Management Training. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 6(3), 299-312. Abstract.
Clare L, Wilson BA, Breen K, Hodges JR (1999). Errorless learning of face-name associations in early Alzheimer's disease. Neurocase, 5(1), 37-46.
Pistrang N, Clare L, Baker C (1999). The helping process in couples during recovery from heart attack: a single case study. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 72(2), 227-237. Abstract.
Pistrang N, Clare L, Baker C (1999). The helping process in couples during recovery from heart attack: a single case study. Br J Med Psychol, 72 ( Pt 2), 227-237. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Garnier H, Gallimore R (1998). Parents' Developmental Expectations and Child Characteristics: Longitudinal Study of Children with Developmental Delays and Their Families. American Journal on Mental Retardation, 103(2), 117-117.
Wilson BA, Clare L, Young AW, Hodges JR (1997). Knowing where and Knowing What: a Double Dissociation. Cortex, 33(3), 529-541.
Clare L, Pistrang N (1995). Parents' Perceptions of Portage: Towards a Standard Measure of Parent Satisfaction. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 23(3), 110-117.
Clare L, McKenna PJ, Mortimer AM, Baddeley AD (1993). Memory in schizophrenia: What is impaired and what is preserved?. Neuropsychologia, 31(11), 1225-1241.

Chapters

Adlam ALR, Limond J, Lah S (2017). Rehabilitation of attention disorders: Children. In  (Ed) Neuropsychological Rehabilitation: the International Handbook, 177-185.
Toms G, Lawrence C, Clare L (2015). Awareness, self, and the experience of Dementia: Foundations of a psychologically minded approach. In  (Ed) Psychosocial Studies of the Individual's Changing Perspectives in Alzheimer's Disease, 132-158.  Abstract.
Kolanowski AM, Hill N, Clare L, Marx P (2014). Practical protocol for implementing cognitive stimulation in persons with delirium superimposed on dementia. In  (Ed) Non-Pharmacological Therapies in Different Types of Dementia and Mild Cognitive Impairment: a Wide Perspective from Theory to Practice, 31-40.  Abstract.
Clare L (2012). Cognitive rehabilitation in early-stage dementia: Evidence, practice and future directions. In  (Ed) The Effectiveness of Rehabilitation for Cognitive Deficits.  Abstract.
Clare L, Kinsella GJ, Logsdon R, Whitlatch C, Zarit SH (2011). Building resilience in mild cognitive impairment and early-stage dementia: Innovative approaches to intervention and outcome evaluation. In  (Ed) Resilience in Aging: Concepts, Research, and Outcomes, 245-259.  Abstract.
Clare L (2010). Neuropsychological Assessment. In  (Ed) Principles and Practice of Geriatric Psychiatry: Third Edition, 135-140.  Abstract.
Downs M, Clare L, Anderson E (2008). Dementia as a Biopsychosocial Condition: Implications for Practice and Research. In  (Ed) Handbook of the Clinical Psychology of Ageing: Second Edition, 145-159.
Quinn C, Clare L (2008). Interpretative phenomenological analysis. In Watson R, McKenna H, Cowman S, Keady J (Eds.) Nursing Research: Designs and Methods, Edinburgh: Elsevier.
Clare L, Giblin S (2008). Late Onset Psychosis. In  (Ed) Handbook of the Clinical Psychology of Ageing: Second Edition, 133-143.
Clare L (2008). Neuropsychological Assessment of the Older Person. In  (Ed) Handbook of the Clinical Psychology of Ageing: Second Edition, 361-383.
Woods B, Clare L (2008). Psychological Interventions with People with Dementia. In  (Ed) Handbook of the Clinical Psychology of Ageing: Second Edition, 523-548.
Clare L, Marková I, Romero B, Verhey F, Wang M, Woods R, Keady J (2004). Awareness and people with early-stage dementia. In  (Ed) Care-Giving in Dementia: Research and Applications Volume 4, 133-151.  Abstract.

Conferences

Delgado J, Sidaway-Lee K, Evans P, Gray DP, Clare L, Allan L, Valderas JM, Masoli JA, Melzer D (2021). Continuity of care and prescribing safety in the treatment of dementia.  Author URL.
Gooch D, Vikram M, Price B, McCormick C, Bandara A, Bennaceur A, Bennasar M, Stuart A, Clare L, Levine M, et al (2020). How are you feeling? Using tangibles to log the emotions of older adults. Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction. 9th - 12th Feb 2020. Abstract.
Coon JT, Abbott R, Lourida I, Gwernan-Jones R, Rogers M, Cheeseman D, Moore D, Green C, Ball S, Clare L, et al (2020). IMPROVING THE EXPERIENCE OF CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN HOSPITAL: DEVELOPING THE DEMENTIA CARE POINTERS FOR SERVICE CHANGE.  Author URL.
Bennasar M, McCormick C, Price B, Gooch D, Stuart A, Mehta V, Clare L, Bennaceur A, Cohen J, Bandara A, et al (2019). A Sensor Platform for Non-invasive Remote Monitoring of Older Adults in Real Time.  Abstract.
Thompson-Coon J, Jones RG, Lourida I, Abbott R, Rogers M, Llewellyn D, Green C, Richards D, Ball S, Hemsley A, et al (2019). IMPROVING THE EXPERIENCE OF CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN HOSPITAL: SYNTHESIS OF QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE EVIDENCE.  Author URL.
Bennasar M, Price B, Stuart A, Gooch D, McCormick C, Mehta V (2019). Knowledge-Based Architecture for Recognising Activities of Older People. 23rd International Conference on Knowledge-Based and Intelligent Information & Engineering Systems. 4th - 6th Sep 2019.
Bennasar M, McCormick C, Price B, Gooch D, Stuart A, Mehta V, Clare L, Bennaceur A, Cohen J, Bandara AK, et al (2019). STRETCH: a Sensor Platform for Non-Invasive Remote Monitoring of Older People in Real Time. KES InMed 2019. 17th - 19th Jun 2019.
Kudlicka A, Bayer A, Jones R, Kopelman M, Leroi I, Oyebode JR, Woods B, Clare L (2017). GOAL-ORIENTED COGNITIVE REHABILITATION IN EARLY-STAGE DEMENTIA: RESULTS FROM THE GREAT TRIAL.
Kudlicka A, Evans S, Pool J, Oyebode JR, Woods B, Clare L (2017). GREAT TRIAL: PERSONALISED COGNITIVE REHABILITATION GOALS OF PEOPLE WITH EARLY-STAGE DEMENTIA.
Johns R, Page P, Pool J, Besso E, Evans S, Green J, Tranah A, Clare L (2015). Goal-orientated cognitive rehabilitation: improving the experience of dementia.  Author URL.
Evans S, Pool J, Besso E, Cunnane H, Freestone C, Gerbase S, Hart I, Clare L, Lawrence C, Simkin Z, et al (2015). What do people with early-stage dementia identify as meaningful therapy goals?.  Author URL.
Clare L (2004). Does awareness of cognitive difficulties influence the outcome of cognitive rehabilitation for people with early-stage Alzheimer disease?.  Author URL.

Publications by year


In Press

Stapley S, Pentecost C, Collins R, Quinn C, Dawson E, Thom J, Clare L (In Press). 'Caring beyond capacity' during the coronavirus pandemic: the experiences of family caregivers of people with dementia from the IDEAL cohort.  Abstract.
Sabatini S, Martyr A, Ukoumunne OC, Ballard C, Collins R, Pentecost C, Rusted JM, Quinn C, Anstey KJ, Kim S, et al (In Press). Attitudes Toward Own Aging and Cognition among Individuals Living with and without Dementia: Findings from the IDEAL Programme and the PROTECT Study.  Abstract.
Yates J, Stanyon M, Samra R, Clare L (In Press). Challenges in disclosing and receiving a diagnosis of dementia: a systematic review of practice from the perspectives of people with dementia, carers, and healthcare professionals. International Psychogeriatrics
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne O, Ballard C, Collins R, Anstey K, Diehl M, Brothers A, Wahl H-W, Corbett A, Hampshire A, et al (In Press). Cross-Sectional Association between Objective Cognitive Performance and Perceived Age-related Gains and Losses in Cognition. International Psychogeriatrics
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne O, Brothers A, Diehl M, Wahl H-W, Ballard C, Collins R, Corbett A, Brooker H, Clare L, et al (In Press). Differences in Awareness of Positive and Negative Age-Related Changes Account for Variability in Health Outcomes.  Abstract.
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne O, Brothers A, Diehl M, Wahl H-W, Clive B, Collins R, Corbett A, Brooker H, Clare L, et al (In Press). Differences in awareness of positive and negative age-related changes account for variability in health outcomes. European Journal of Ageing Abstract.
Pentecost C, Collins R, Stapley S, Victor C, Quinn C, Hillman A, Litherland R, Allan L, Clare L (In Press). Effects of social restrictions on people with dementia and carers during the pre-vaccine phase of the COVID-19 pandemic: experiences of IDEAL cohort participants.  Abstract.
Quinn C, Jones IR, Clare L (In Press). Illness representations in caregivers of people with dementia. Aging and Mental Health
Clare L, Martyr A, Gamble LD, Pentecost CL, Collins R, Dawson E, Hunt A, Parker S, Allan L, Burns A, et al (In Press). Impact of COVID-19 on ‘living well’ with mild-to-moderate dementia in the community: findings from the IDEAL cohort.  Abstract.
Stapley S, Pentecost C, Collins R, Quinn C, Dawson E, Morris R, Sabatini S, Thom J, Clare L (In Press). Living with dementia during the COVID-19 pandemic: insights into identity from the IDEAL cohort.  Abstract.
Wu Y-T, Clare L, Jones IR, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Martyr A, Victor CR, Lamont RA, Rippon I, Matthews FE, et al (In Press). Perceived and objective availability of green and blue spaces and quality of life in people with dementia: results from the IDEAL programme. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology
Quinn C, Toms G, Anderson D, Clare L (In Press). SELF-MANAGEMENT GROUP INTERVENTIONS FOR PEOPLE WITH MCI OR DEMENTIA: a SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Alzheimer's & Dementia: the Journal of the Alzheimer's Association, 10(4), P769-P769.
Yates JA, Clare L, Woods RT, Matthews FE (In Press). Subjective memory complaints are involved in the relationship between mood and MCI. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 48, S115-S123. Abstract.
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne O, Ballard C, Collins R, Corbett A, Brooker H, Clare L (In Press). The Cross-sectional Relationship between Pain and Awareness of Age-Related Changes. British Journal of Pain
sabatini S, Ukoumunne O, Ballard C, Brothers A, Kaspar R, Collins R, Kim S, Corbett A, Aarsland D, Hampshire A, et al (In Press). UK Validation of Two Measures of Awareness of Age-Related Change (AARC).  Abstract.
Liddle J, Stuart A, Worthy P, Levine M, Kastelle T, Wiles J, Pachana N, Clare L (In Press). “Building the threads of connection that we already have”: the nature of connections via technology for older people. Clinical Gerontologist: the journal of aging and mental health

2022

Gamble L, Parker S, Quinn C, Bennett H, Martyr A, Sabatini S, Pentecost C, Collins R, Dawson E, Hunt A, et al (2022). A comparison of well-being of carers of people with dementia and their ability to manage before and during the COVID-19 pandemic: findings from the IDEAL study.  Abstract.
Sabatini S, Martyr A, Ukoumunne OC, Ballard C, Collins R, Pentecost C, Rusted JM, Quinn C, Anstey KJ, Kim S, et al (2022). Attitudes toward own aging and cognition among individuals living with and without dementia: findings from the IDEAL programme and the PROTECT study. BMC Geriatrics, 22(1). Abstract.
Alexander CM, Martyr A, Clare L (2022). Changes in awareness of condition in people with mild‐to‐moderate dementia: Longitudinal findings from the IDEAL cohort. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 37(4).
Gamble LD, Matthews FE, Jones IR, Hillman AE, Woods B, Macleod CA, Martyr A, Collins R, Pentecost C, Rusted JM, et al (2022). Characteristics of people living with undiagnosed dementia: findings from the CFAS Wales study. BMC Geriatrics, 22(1). Abstract.
Delgado J, Evans PH, Gray DP, Sidaway-Lee K, Allan L, Clare L, Ballard C, Masoli J, Valderas JM, Melzer D, et al (2022). Continuity of GP care for patients with dementia: impact on prescribing and the health of patients. Br J Gen Pract, 72(715), e91-e98. Abstract.  Author URL.
Pentecost C, Collins R, Stapley S, Victor C, Quinn C, Hillman A, Litherland R, Allan L, Clare L (2022). Effects of social restrictions on people with dementia and carers during the pre-vaccine phase of the COVID-19 pandemic: Experiences of IDEAL cohort participants. Health Soc Care Community Abstract.  Author URL.
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne OC, Ballard C, Collins R, Corbett A, Brooker H, Clare L (2022). Exploring awareness of age-related changes among over 50s in the UK: findings from the PROTECT study. Int Psychogeriatr, 34(9), 789-803. Abstract.  Author URL.
Quinn C, Gamble LD, Parker S, Martyr A, Collins R, Victor C, Dawson E, Hunt A, Pentecost C, Allan L, et al (2022). Impact of COVID‐19 on carers of people with dementia in the community: Findings from the British IDEAL cohort. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 37(5).
Choi A, Martyr A, Clare L, Fossey J, Khan Z, McDermid J, Ballard C (2022). Impact of Psychotic Symptoms and Concurrent Neuropsychiatric Symptoms on the Quality of Life of People with Dementia Living in Nursing Homes. J Am Med Dir Assoc, 23(9), 1474-1479.e1. Abstract.  Author URL.
Horik JO, Collins R, Martyr A, Henderson C, Jones RW, Knapp M, Quinn C, Thom JM, Victor C, Clare L, et al (2022). Limited receipt of support services among people with mild‐to‐moderate dementia: Findings from the IDEAL cohort. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 37(3).
Sabatini S, Martyr A, Gamble LD, Collins R, Matthews FE, Morris RG, Rusted JM, Pentecost C, Quinn C, Clare L, et al (2022). Longitudinal Predictors of Informant-Rated Involvement of People with Dementia in Everyday Decision-Making: Findings from the IDEAL Program. J Appl Gerontol Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Gamble LD, Martyr A, Sabatini S, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Pentecost C, Victor C, Jones RW, Jones IR, et al (2022). Longitudinal Trajectories of Quality of Life Among People with Mild-to-Moderate Dementia: a Latent Growth Model Approach with IDEAL Cohort Study Data. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci, 77(6), 1037-1050. Abstract.  Author URL.
Collins R, Hunt A, Quinn C, Martyr A, Pentecost C, Clare L (2022). Methods and approaches for enhancing communication with people with moderate-to-severe dementia that can facilitate their inclusion in research and service evaluation: Findings from the IDEAL programme. Dementia, 21(4), 1135-1153. Abstract.
Sabatini S, Bennett HQ, Martyr A, Collins R, Gamble LD, Matthews FE, Pentecost C, Dawson E, Hunt A, Parker S, et al (2022). Minimal Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on the Mental Health and Wellbeing of People Living with Dementia: Analysis of Matched Longitudinal Data from the IDEAL Study. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 13
Quinn C, Toms G, Rippon I, Nelis SM, Henderson C, Morris RG, Rusted JM, Thom JM, van den Heuvel E, Victor C, et al (2022). Positive experiences in dementia care-giving: findings from the IDEAL programme. AGEING & SOCIETY Author URL.
Martyr A, Gamble LD, Nelis SM, Collins R, Alexander CM, Morris RG, Quinn C, Pentecost C, Rusted JM, Victor C, et al (2022). Predictors of Awareness of Functional Ability in People with Dementia: the Contribution of Personality, Cognition, and Neuropsychiatric Symptoms – Findings from the IDEAL Program. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders, 51(3), 221-232. Abstract.
Sabatini S, Martyr A, Gamble LD, Jones IR, Collins R, Matthews FE, Victor CR, Quinn C, Pentecost C, Thom JM, et al (2022). Profiles of social, cultural, and economic capital as longitudinal predictors of stress, positive experiences of caring, and depression among spousal carers of people with dementia. Aging Ment Health, 1-9. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Gamble LD, Martyr A, Quinn C, Litherland R, Morris RG, Jones IR, Matthews FE (2022). Psychological processes in adapting to dementia: Illness representations among the IDEAL cohort. Psychology and Aging, 37(4), 524-541.
Henderson C, Knapp M, Martyr A, Gamble LD, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Pentecost C, Collins R, Wu Y-T, Jones IR, et al (2022). The Use and Costs of Paid and Unpaid Care for People with Dementia: Longitudinal Findings from the IDEAL Cohort. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 86(1), 135-153. Abstract.
Clare L, Gamble LD, Martyr A, Sabatini S, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Pentecost C, Victor C, Jones RW, Jones IR, et al (2022). “Living Well” Trajectories Among Family Caregivers of People with Mild-to-Moderate Dementia in the IDEAL Cohort. The Journals of Gerontology: Series B, 77(10), 1852-1863. Abstract.

2021

Cox KL, Clare L, Cyarto EV, Ellis KA, Etherton-Beer C, Southam J, Ames D, Flicker L, Almeida OP, LoGiudice D, et al (2021). A Randomized Controlled Trial on the Effects of a 6-Month Home-Based Physical Activity Program with Individual Goal-Setting and Volunteer Mentors on Physical Activity, Adherence, and Physical Fitness in Inactive Older Adults at Risk of Cognitive Decline: the INDIGO Study. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 84(1), 207-226. Abstract.
Sabatini S, Ballard C, Clare L, Collins R, Ukoumunne O (2021). Associations of subjective cognitive and memory decline with depression, anxiety, and two-year change in objectively-assessed global cognition and memory. Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition: a Journal on Normal and Dysfunctional Development
O'Shaughnessy NJ, Chan JE, Bhome R, Gallagher P, Zhang H, Clare L, Sampson EL, Stone P, Huntley J (2021). Awareness in severe Alzheimer's disease: a systematic review. Aging Ment Health, 25(4), 602-612. Abstract.  Author URL.
Sabatini S (2021). Awareness of age-related change (AARC) and its associations with cognitive, mental, and physical health and well-being in the second half of life.  Abstract.
Delgado J, Sidaway-Lee K, Evans P, Gray DP, Clare L, Allan L, Valderas JM, Masoli JA, Melzer D (2021). Continuity of care and prescribing safety in the treatment of dementia.  Author URL.
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne O, Ballard C, Collins R, Corbett A, Brooker H, Clare L (2021). Cross-sectional and longitudinal associations between subjective sleep difficulties and self-perceptions of aging. Behavioral Sleep Medicine
Quinn C, Hart N, Henderson C, Litherland R, Pickett J, Clare L (2021). Developing supportive local communities: Perspectives from people with dementia and caregivers participating in the IDEAL programme. Journal of Aging & Social Policy, 34(6), 839-859.
Alexander CM, Martyr A, Gamble LD, Savage SA, Quinn C, Morris RG, Collins R, Clare L (2021). Does awareness of condition help people with mild-to-moderate dementia to live well? Findings from the IDEAL programme. BMC Geriatrics, 21(1). Abstract.
Martyr A, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Wu YT, Lamont RA, Henderson C, Clarke R, Hindle JV, Thom JM, Jones IR, et al (2021). Erratum: Living well with dementia: a systematic review and correlational meta-analysis of factors associated with quality of life, well-being and life satisfaction in people with dementia - CORRIGENDUM (Psychological medicine (2018) 48 13 (2130-2139)). Psychological medicine, 51(9).
Clare L, Martyr A, Gamble LD, Pentecost C, Collins R, Dawson E, Hunt A, Parker S, Allan L, Burns A, et al (2021). Impact of COVID-19 on ‘living well’ with mild-to-moderate dementia in the community: findings from the IDEAL cohort. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease
Morgan-Trimmer S, Kudlicka A, Warmoth K, Leroi I, Oyebode JR, Pool J, Woods R, Clare L (2021). Implementation processes in a cognitive rehabilitation intervention for people with dementia: a complexity-informed qualitative analysis. BMJ Open, 11(10), e051255-e051255. Abstract.
Quinn C, Pickett JA, Litherland R, Morris RG, Martyr A, Clare L (2021). Living well with dementia: What is possible and how to promote it. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 37(1).
O'Rourke G, Pentecost C, van den Heuvel E, Victor C, Quinn C, Hillman A, Litherland R, Clare L (2021). Living with dementia under COVID-19 restrictions: coping and support needs among people with dementia and carers from the IDEAL cohort. Ageing and Society
O'Rourke G, Pentecost C, Heuvel EVD, Victor C, Quinn C, Hillman A, Litherland R, Clare L (2021). Living with dementia under COVID-19 restrictions: coping and support needs among people with dementia and carers from the IDEAL cohort.
Alexander CM, Martyr A, Savage SA, Morris RG, Clare L (2021). Measuring Awareness in People with Dementia: Results of a Systematic Scoping Review. J Geriatr Psychiatry Neurol, 34(5), 335-348. Abstract.  Author URL.
Delgado J, Jones L, Bradley MC, Allan LM, Ballard C, Clare L, Fortinsky RH, Hughes CM, Melzer D (2021). Potentially inappropriate prescribing in dementia, multi-morbidity and incidence of adverse health outcomes. Age Ageing, 50(2), 457-464. Abstract.  Author URL.
Thom JM, Nelis SM, Cooney JK, Hindle JV, Jones IR, Clare L (2021). Promotion of healthy aging within a community center through behavior change: Health and fitness findings from the agewell pilot randomized controlled trial. Journal of Aging and Physical Activity, 29(1), 80-88. Abstract.
Wu Y-T, Clare L, Matthews FE (2021). Relationship between depressive symptoms and capability to live well in people with mild to moderate dementia and their carers: results from the Improving the experience of Dementia and Enhancing Active Life (IDEAL) programme. Aging Ment Health, 25(1), 38-45. Abstract.  Author URL.
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne OC, Martyr A, Ballard C, Lamont RA, Collins R, Pentecost C, Hunt A, Quinn C, Thom JM, et al (2021). Relationship between self-perceptions of aging and ‘living well’ among people with mild-to-moderate dementia: Findings from the ideal programme. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics, 94, 104328-104328.
Burbaite A, Leeworthy S, Hirst L, Mioshi E, Clare L, Ahmed S (2021). Suitability of memory aids and strategies for people with posterior cortical atrophy: Protocol for a scoping review. Alzheimer's & dementia : the journal of the Alzheimer's Association, 17 Abstract.
Choi A, Ballard C, Martyr A, Collins R, Morris RG, Clare L (2021). The impact of auditory hallucinations on “living well” with dementia: Findings from the IDEAL programme. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 36(9), 1370-1377.
Weetch J, O'Dwyer S, Clare L (2021). The involvement of people with dementia in advocacy: a systematic narrative review. Aging Ment Health, 25(9), 1595-1604. Abstract.  Author URL.
Victor CR, Rippon I, Quinn C, Martyr A, Clare L (2021). The role of subjective social status in living well for carers of people with dementia: findings from the Improving the experience of Dementia and Enhancing Active Life programme. International Journal of Care and Caring, 5(3), 447-467. Abstract.
Talbot CV, O’Dwyer ST, Clare L, Heaton J (2021). The use of Twitter by people with young-onset dementia: a qualitative analysis of narratives and identity formation in the age of social media. Dementia, 20(7), 2542-2557. Abstract.
Sikkes SAM, Tang Y, Jutten RJ, Wesselman LMP, Turkstra LS, Brodaty H, Clare L, Cassidy-Eagle E, Cox KL, Chételat G, et al (2021). Toward a theory-based specification of non-pharmacological treatments in aging and dementia: Focused reviews and methodological recommendations. Alzheimers Dement, 17(2), 255-270. Abstract.  Author URL.
Kelly M, Nelis S, Martyr A, Gamble LD, Clare L (2021). Trajectories of socio-emotional functioning in early-stage dementia: implications for the individual with dementia and their family carer. Aging & Mental Health, 26(5), 1069-1077.
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne OC, Ballard C, Collins R, Kim S, Corbett A, Aarsland D, Hampshire A, Brooker H, Clare L, et al (2021). What does feeling younger or older than one’s chronological age mean to men and women? Qualitative and quantitative findings from the PROTECT study. Psychology & Health, 1-24.
Henley J, Hillman A, Jones IR, Woods B, MacLeod CA, Pentecost C, Clare L (2021). ‘We're happy as we are’: the experience of living with possible undiagnosed dementia. Ageing and Society, 1-26. Abstract.

2020

Vatter S, McDonald KR, Stanmore E, McCormick SA, Clare L, Leroi I (2020). A brief psychometric and clinimetric evaluation of self-report burden and mental health measures completed by care partners of people with Parkinson's-related dementia. Int Psychogeriatr, 32(7), 875-880. Abstract.  Author URL.
Lourida I, Gwernan-Jones R, Abbott R, Rogers M, Green C, Ball S, Hemsley A, Cheeseman D, Clare L, Moore D, et al (2020). Activity interventions to improve the experience of care in hospital for people living with dementia: a systematic review. BMC Geriatr, 20(1). Abstract.  Author URL.
Sabatini S, Silarova B, Martyr A, Collins R, Ballard C, Anstey KJ, Kim S, Clare L (2020). Associations of Awareness of Age-Related Change with Emotional and Physical Well-being: a Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Gerontologist, 60(6), e477-e490. Abstract.  Author URL.
Vedel I, Sheets D, McAiney C, Clare L, Brodaty H, Mann J, Anderson N, Liu-Ambrose T, Rojas-Rozo L, Loftus L, et al (2020). CCCDTD5: Individual and community-based psychosocial and other non-pharmacological interventions to support persons living with dementia and their caregivers. Alzheimer's and Dementia: Translational Research and Clinical Interventions, 6(1). Abstract.
Vatter S, Stanmore E, Clare L, McDonald KR, McCormick SA, Leroi I (2020). Care Burden and Mental Ill Health in Spouses of People with Parkinson Disease Dementia and Lewy Body Dementia. J Geriatr Psychiatry Neurol, 33(1), 3-14. Abstract.  Author URL.
Quinn C, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Morris RG, Victor C, Clare L (2020). Caregiver influences on 'living well' for people with dementia: Findings from the IDEAL study. Aging Ment Health, 24(9), 1505-1513. Abstract.  Author URL.
Bahar‐Fuchs A, Martyr A, Goh AMY, Sabates JM, Clare L (2020). Cognitive training for people with dementia: a Cochrane review. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 16(S7).
Bahar-Fuchs A, Martyr A, Goh AMY, Sabates J, Clare L (2020). Cognitive training for people with mild to moderate dementia: a Cochrane Review. BJPsych Advances, 26(2), 66-66.
Orgeta V, McDonald KR, Poliakoff E, Hindle JV, Clare L, Leroi I (2020). Cognitive training interventions for dementia and mild cognitive impairment in Parkinson's disease. Cochrane Database Syst Rev, 2(2). Abstract.  Author URL.
Talbot C (2020). Dementia, Identity, and the Role of Twitter.  Abstract.
Clare L, Martyr A, Morris RG, Tippett LJ (2020). Discontinuity in the Subjective Experience of Self Among People with Mild-To-Moderate Dementia is Associated with Poorer Psychological Health: Findings from the IDEAL Cohort. J Alzheimers Dis, 77(1), 127-138. Abstract.  Author URL.
Wu Y-T, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Martyr A, Jones IR, Victor CR, Knapp M, Henderson C, Hindle JV, Jones RW, et al (2020). Factors associated with self- and informant ratings of quality of life, well-being and life satisfaction in people with mild-to-moderate dementia: results from the Improving the experience of Dementia and Enhancing Active Life programme. Age and Ageing, 49(3), 446-452. Abstract.
Anstey KJ, Peters R, Zheng L, Barnes DE, Brayne C, Brodaty H, Chalmers J, Clare L, Dixon RA, Dodge H, et al (2020). Future Directions for Dementia Risk Reduction and Prevention Research: an International Research Network on Dementia Prevention Consensus. J Alzheimers Dis, 78(1), 3-12. Abstract.  Author URL.
Heaton J, Martyr A, Nelis SM, Marková IS, Morris RG, Roth I, Woods RT, Clare L (2020). Future outlook of people living alone with early-stage dementia and their non-resident relatives and friends who support them. Ageing and Society, 41(11), 2660-2680. Abstract.
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne O, Ballard C, Diehl M, Wahl H-W, Brothers A, Clare L (2020). Health Differences Among People with Varying Profiles of Awareness of Positive and Negative Age-Related Changes. Innovation in Aging, 4(Suppl 1), 480-480.
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne O, Ballard C, Anstey K, Diehl M, Brothers A, Wahl H-W, Clare L (2020). Higher Awareness of Positive and Negative Age-Related Changes Relate to Lower Objective Cognitive Scores. Innovation in Aging, 4(Suppl 1), 597-598.
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne O, Ballard C, Collins R, Anstey KJ, Diehl M, Brothers A, Corbett A, Hampshire A, Brooker H, et al (2020). Higher perceived age‐related gains and losses relate to lower objective cognitive scores. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 16(S6).
Gooch D, Vikram M, Price B, McCormick C, Bandara A, Bennaceur A, Bennasar M, Stuart A, Clare L, Levine M, et al (2020). How are you feeling? Using tangibles to log the emotions of older adults. Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction. 9th - 12th Feb 2020. Abstract.
Talbot CV, O'Dwyer ST, Clare L, Heaton J, Anderson J (2020). How people with dementia use twitter: a qualitative analysis. Computers in Human Behavior, 102, 112-119. Abstract.
Coon JT, Abbott R, Lourida I, Gwernan-Jones R, Rogers M, Cheeseman D, Moore D, Green C, Ball S, Clare L, et al (2020). IMPROVING THE EXPERIENCE OF CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN HOSPITAL: DEVELOPING THE DEMENTIA CARE POINTERS FOR SERVICE CHANGE.  Author URL.
Talbot C, O'Dwyer S, Clare L, Heaton J, Anderson J (2020). Identifying people with dementia on Twitter. Dementia (London), 19(4), 965-974. Author URL.
Choi A, Ballard C, Martyr A, Collins R, Morris RG, Clare L (2020). Impact of psychosis on quality of life and well‐being in dementia. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 16(S6).
Sabatini S, Ukoumunne O, Ballard C, Brothers A, Kaspar R, Collins R, Kim S, Corbett A, Aarsland D, Hampshire A, et al (2020). International relevance of Two Measures of Awareness of Age-Related Change (AARC). BMC Geriatrics, 20
McMaster M, Kim S, Clare L, Torres SJ, Cherbuin N, DʼEste C, Anstey KJ (2020). Lifestyle Risk Factors and Cognitive Outcomes from the Multidomain Dementia Risk Reduction Randomized Controlled Trial, Body Brain Life for Cognitive Decline (BBL-CD). Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 68(11), 2629-2637. Abstract.
Clare L, Martyr A, Henderson C, Gamble L, Matthews FE, Quinn C, Nelis SM, Rusted J, Thom J, Knapp M, et al (2020). Living Alone with Mild-To-Moderate Dementia: Findings from the IDEAL Cohort. J Alzheimers Dis, 78(3), 1207-1216. Abstract.  Author URL.
Rippon I, Victor CR, Quinn C, Martyr A, Matthews FE, Clare L (2020). Loneliness and isolation among people with dementia and their carers: Prevalence, risk factors and a dyadic analysis. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 16(S7).
Delgado J, Bowman K, Clare L (2020). Potentially inappropriate prescribing in dementia: a state-of-the-art review since 2007. BMJ Open, 10(1). Abstract.  Author URL.
Victor CR, Rippon I, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Litherland R, Pickett J, Hart N, Henley J, Matthews F, Clare L, et al (2020). Prevalence and determinants of loneliness in people living with dementia: Findings from the. <scp>IDEAL</scp>. programme. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 35(8), 851-858.
Lamont RA, Nelis SM, Quinn C, Martyr A, Rippon I, Kopelman MD, Hindle JV, Jones RW, Litherland R, Clare L, et al (2020). Psychological predictors of 'living well' with dementia: findings from the IDEAL study. Aging Ment Health, 24(6), 956-964. Abstract.  Author URL.
Ismail Z, Black SE, Camicioli R, Chertkow H, Herrmann N, Laforce R, Montero-Odasso M, Rockwood K, Rosa-Neto P, Seitz D, et al (2020). Recommendations of the 5th Canadian Consensus Conference on the diagnosis and treatment of dementia. Alzheimer's and Dementia, 16(8), 1182-1195. Abstract.
Testad I, Clare L, Anstey K, Selbæk G, Bjørkløf GH, Henderson C, Dalen I, Gjestsen MT, Rhodes S, Røsvik J, et al (2020). Self-management and HeAlth Promotion in Early-stage dementia with e-learning for carers (SHAPE): study protocol for a multi-centre randomised controlled trial. BMC Public Health, 20(1). Abstract.  Author URL.
Gwernan-Jones R, Abbott R, Lourida I, Rogers M, Green C, Ball S, Hemsley A, Cheeseman D, Clare L, Moore DA, et al (2020). The experiences of hospital staff who provide care for people living with dementia: a systematic review and synthesis of qualitative studies. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OLDER PEOPLE NURSING, 15(4). Author URL.
Rippon I, Quinn C, Martyr A, Morris R, Nelis SM, Jones IR, Victor CR, Clare L (2020). The impact of relationship quality on life satisfaction and well-being in dementia caregiving dyads: findings from the IDEAL study. Aging Ment Health, 24(9), 1411-1420. Abstract.  Author URL.
Victor CR, Rippon I, Quinn C, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Hart N, Lamont R, Clare L (2020). The prevalence and predictors of loneliness in caregivers of people with dementia: findings from the IDEAL programme. Aging & Mental Health, 25(7), 1232-1238.
Gwernan-Jones R, Lourida I, Abbott RA, Rogers M, Green C, Ball S, Hemsley A, Cheeseman D, Clare L, Moore D, et al (2020). Understanding and improving experiences of care in hospital for people living with dementia, their carers and staff: three systematic reviews. Health Services and Delivery Research, 8(43), 1-248. Abstract.
Thompson‐Coon J, Abbott RA, Lourida I, Gwernan‐Jones R, Rogers M, Cheeseman D, Moore D, Green C, Ball S, Clare L, et al (2020). Understanding and improving the experience of care for people with dementia in hospital: Developing the dementia care pointers for service change. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 16(S7).
Opdebeeck C, Katsaris MA, Martyr A, Lamont RA, Pickett JA, Rippon I, Thom JM, Victor C, Clare L (2020). What Are the Benefits of Pet Ownership and Care Among People with Mild-to-Moderate Dementia? Findings from the IDEAL programme. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 40(11), 1559-1567. Abstract.
Hillman A, Jones IR, Quinn C, Nelis SM, Lamont RA, Clare L (2020). ‘All the world’s a stage’: Accounting for the dementia experience – insights from the IDEAL study. Qualitative Research, 20(5), 703-720. Abstract.

2019

Clare L, Wu Y-T, Quinn C, Jones IR, Victor CR, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Litherland R, Pickett JA, Hindle JV, et al (2019). A Comprehensive Model of Factors Associated with Capability to "Live Well" for Family Caregivers of People Living with Mild-to-Moderate Dementia: Findings from the IDEAL Study. Alzheimer Dis Assoc Disord, 33(1), 29-35. Abstract.  Author URL.
Bennasar M, McCormick C, Price B, Gooch D, Stuart A, Mehta V, Clare L, Bennaceur A, Cohen J, Bandara A, et al (2019). A Sensor Platform for Non-invasive Remote Monitoring of Older Adults in Real Time.  Abstract.
Quinn C, Jones IR, Martyr A, Nelis SM, Morris RG, Clare L (2019). Caregivers' beliefs about dementia: findings from the IDEAL study. Psychol Health, 34(10), 1214-1230. Abstract.  Author URL.
Kudlicka A, Martyr A, Bahar-Fuchs A, Woods B, Clare L (2019). Cognitive rehabilitation for people with mild to moderate dementia. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2019(8). Abstract.
Clare L, Teale JC, Toms G, Kudlicka A, Evans I, Abrahams S, Goldstein LH, Hindle JV, Ho AK, Jahanshahi M, et al (2019). Cognitive rehabilitation, self-management, psychotherapeutic and caregiver support interventions in progressive neurodegenerative conditions: a scoping review. NeuroRehabilitation, 43(4), 443-471. Abstract.
Bahar-Fuchs A, Martyr A, Goh AM, Sabates J, Clare L (2019). Cognitive training for people with mild to moderate dementia. Cochrane Database Syst Rev, 3(3). Abstract.  Author URL.
Collins R, Silarova B, Clare L (2019). Dementia Primary Prevention Policies and Strategies and Their Local Implementation: a Scoping Review Using England as a Case Study. J Alzheimers Dis, 70(s1), S303-S318. Abstract.  Author URL.
Oyebode JR, Pini S, Ingleson E, Megson M, Horton M, Clare L, Al-Janabi H, Brayne C, Wright P (2019). Development of an Item Pool for a Needs-Based Measure of Quality of Life of Carers of a Family Member with Dementia. Patient, 12(1), 125-136. Abstract.
Jones K, Birchley G, Huxtable R, Clare L, Walter T, Dixon J (2019). End of Life Care: a Scoping Review of Experiences of Advance Care Planning for People with Dementia. Dementia (London), 18(3), 825-845. Abstract.  Author URL.
Clare L, Kudlicka A, Oyebode JR, Jones RW, Bayer A, Leroi I, Kopelman M, James IA, Culverwell A, Pool J, et al (2019). Goal-oriented cognitive rehabilitation for early-stage Alzheimer's and related dementias: the GREAT RCT. Health Technol Assess, 23(10), 1-242. Abstract.  Author URL.
Victor C, Rippon I, Martyr A, Mathews F, Clare L (2019). HOW LONELY AND ISOLATED ARE OLDER PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR CARERS: a DYADIC ANALYSIS. Innovation in Aging, 3(Supplement_1), S39-S40. Abstract.
Victor C, Rippon I, Martyr A, Mathews F, Clare L (2019). HOW LONELY AND ISOLATED ARE OLDER PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR CARERS: a DYADIC ANALYSIS. Innovation in aging, 3(Suppl 1), S39-S40. Abstract.
Thompson-Coon J, Jones RG, Lourida I, Abbott R, Rogers M, Llewellyn D, Green C, Richards D, Ball S, Hemsley A, et al (2019). IMPROVING THE EXPERIENCE OF CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN HOSPITAL: SYNTHESIS OF QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE EVIDENCE.  Author URL.
Clare L, Kudlicka A, Oyebode JR, Jones RW, Bayer A, Leroi I, Kopelman M, James IA, Culverwell A, Pool J, et al (2019). Individual goal-oriented cognitive rehabilitation to improve everyday functioning for people with early-stage dementia: a multicentre randomised controlled trial (the GREAT trial). International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 34(5), 709-721. Abstract.
Quinn C, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Victor C, Morris RG, Clare L, IDEAL study team (2019). Influence of Positive and Negative Dimensions of Dementia Caregiving on Caregiver Well-Being and Satisfaction with Life: Findings from the IDEAL Study. Am J Geriatr Psychiatry, 27(8), 838-848. Abstract.  Author URL.
Bennasar M, Price B, Stuart A, Gooch D, McCormick C, Mehta V (2019). Knowledge-Based Architecture for Recognising Activities of Older People. 23rd International Conference on Knowledge-Based and Intelligent Information & Engineering Systems. 4th - 6th Sep 2019.
Clare L, Clare L, Martyr A, Quinn C, Victor C, Matthews F (2019). LIVING ALONE WITH DEMENTIA: FINDINGS FROM THE IDEAL COHORT. Innovation in Aging, 3(Supplement_1), S40-S40. Abstract.
Evans IEM, Llewellyn DJ, Matthews FE, Woods RT, Brayne C, Clare L, CFAS-Wales research team (2019). Living alone and cognitive function in later life. Arch Gerontol Geriatr, 81, 222-233. Abstract.  Author URL.
Sabatini S, Silarova B, Martyr A, Collins R, Ballard C, Anstey KJ, Kim S, Clare L (2019). META-ANALYSIS OF AARC AND EMOTIONAL AND PHYSICAL WELL-BEING. Innovation in aging, 3(Suppl 1), S384-S385. Abstract.
Sabatini S, Silarova B, Martyr A, Collins R, Ballard C, Anstey KJ, Kim S, Clare L (2019). META-ANALYSIS OF AARC AND EMOTIONAL AND PHYSICAL WELL-BEING. Innovation in Aging, 3(Supplement_1), S384-S385. Abstract.
Horton MC, Oyebode J, Clare L, Megson M, Shearsmith L, Brayne C, Kind P, Hoare Z, Al Janabi H, Hewison V, et al (2019). Measuring Quality of Life in Carers of People with Dementia: Development and Psychometric Evaluation of Scales measuring the Impact of DEmentia on CARers (SIDECAR). The Gerontologist, 61(3), e1-e11. Abstract.
Alexander C, Martyr A, Savage S, Clare L (2019). Measuring awareness in people with dementia: protocol for a scoping review. BMC Systematic Reviews
Lourida I, Gwernan-Jones R, Abbott RA, Rogers M, Green C, Ball S, Richards D, Hemsley A, Clare L, Llewellyn DJ, et al (2019). P3‐522: IMPROVING THE EXPERIENCE OF CARE FOR PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA IN HOSPITAL: SYNTHESIS OF QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE EVIDENCE. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 15, p1170-p1170.
Rippon I, Quinn C, Martyr A, Victor C, Mathews F, Clare L (2019). PREVALENCE OF LONELINESS AND ISOLATION AMONG PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR CARERS. Innovation in aging, 3(Suppl 1), S40-S40. Abstract.
Rippon I, Quinn C, Martyr A, Victor C, Mathews F, Clare L (2019). PREVALENCE OF LONELINESS AND ISOLATION AMONG PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR CARERS. Innovation in Aging, 3(Supplement_1), S40-S40. Abstract.
Bennasar M, McCormick C, Price B, Gooch D, Stuart A, Mehta V, Clare L, Bennaceur A, Cohen J, Bandara AK, et al (2019). STRETCH: a Sensor Platform for Non-Invasive Remote Monitoring of Older People in Real Time. KES InMed 2019. 17th - 19th Jun 2019.
Lamont RA, Quinn C, Nelis SM, Martyr A, Rusted JM, Hindle JV, Longdon B, Clare L (2019). Self-esteem, self-efficacy and optimism as psychological resources among family caregivers of people with dementia: Findings from the IDEAL study. International Psychogeriatrics, 31 Abstract.
Evans IEM, Martyr A, Collins R, Brayne C, Clare L (2019). Social Isolation and Cognitive Function in Later Life: a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. J Alzheimers Dis, 70(s1), S119-S144. Abstract.  Author URL.
Evans I (2019). Social connections, cognitive reserve, and cognitive function in later life.