The aim of this cluster is to understand changes in cognitive function as we age and to use this information to design appropriate interventions that facilitate the maintenance of independent and active engagement. Understanding neural health and cognitive functioning facilitates the development of biological, technological or psychological tools to maintain cognitive performance in older people.
For more information about our Ageing Mind cluster, contact cluster lead Dr Cristina Romani.
Engineering neural networks to study Alzheimer's Disease
Role of executive functioning in autobiographical memory in older adults
Rehabilitation of post-stroke difficulties in producing the right sounds (phonology) of words
Cellular and synaptic studies related to PD and other movement disorders
Relationship between cognition and the ability to adapt to mobility changes in older age
Click HERE to view our Ageing Mind cluster members and their research interests in healthy ageing.
Cristina Romani is a senior lecturer in Psychology. Her interests span neuropsychology, linguistics and experimental psychology. She is particularly interested in the assessment and rehabilitation of language impairments (including reading and spelling) in different populations.
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