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Deborah A Lowe, Ph.D.
Deborah A Lowe, Ph.D.
Clinical Neuropsychologist
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How do scores on the ADAS-Cog, MMSE, and CDR-SOB correspond?
S Balsis, JF Benge, DA Lowe, L Geraci, RS Doody
The Clinical Neuropsychologist 29 (7), 1002-1009, 2015
1092015
Contribution of executive functioning to instrumental activities of daily living in older adults
CM Nguyen, CT Copeland, DA Lowe, DJ Heyanka, JF Linck
Applied Neuropsychology: Adult 27 (4), 326-333, 2020
342020
Estimating premorbid intelligence among older adults: The utility of the AMNART
DA Lowe, SA Rogers
Journal of aging research 2011, 2011
312011
Greater precision when measuring dementia severity: establishing item parameters for the Clinical Dementia Rating Scale
DA Lowe, S Balsis, TM Miller, JF Benge, RS Doody
Dementia and geriatric cognitive disorders 34 (2), 128-134, 2012
212012
Dual-task gait assessment in a clinical sample: Implications for improved detection of mild cognitive impairment
DA Lowe, RK MacAulay, DM Szeles, NJ Milano, MT Wagner
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 75 (7), 1372-1381, 2020
182020
Psychological effects of the COVID-19 imposed lockdown on adults with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder: cross-sectional survey study
M Adamou, T Fullen, N Galab, I Mackintosh, K Abbott, D Lowe, C Smith
JMIR formative research 4 (12), e24430, 2020
172020
Misconceptions of Alzheimer’s disease
DA Lowe, S Balsis, ML Hughes, HE Shine, BD Carpenter
Clinical Gerontologist 38 (2), 149-156, 2015
162015
Using the Alzheimer’s Association web site to improve knowledge of Alzheimer’s disease in health care providers
ML Hughes, DA Lowe, HE Shine, BD Carpenter, S Balsis
American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease & Other Dementias® 30 (1), 98-100, 2015
142015
Adding delayed recall to the ADAS-cog improves measurement precision in mild Alzheimer’s disease: Implications for predicting instrumental activities of daily living.
DA Lowe, S Balsis, JF Benge, RS Doody
Psychological assessment 27 (4), 1234, 2015
132015
Item response theory reveals variability of functional impairment within clinical dementia rating scale stages
TM Miller, S Balsis, DA Lowe, JF Benge, RS Doody
Dementia and geriatric cognitive disorders 32 (5), 362-366, 2012
122012
Statistical model of dynamic markers of the Alzheimer’s pathological cascade
S Balsis, L Geraci, J Benge, DA Lowe, TK Choudhury, R Tirso, RS Doody, ...
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 73 (6), 964-973, 2018
102018
Hallucinations and delusions signal Alzheimer’s associated cognitive dysfunction more strongly compared to other neuropsychiatric symptoms
JT Fuller, TK Choudhury, DA Lowe, S Balsis, ...
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 75 (9), 1894-1904, 2020
92020
Spiritual transformation and engagement in workplace culture
RF Paloutzian, DA Lowe
Psychology of religion and workplace spirituality, 179-199, 2012
92012
Efficacy of Continuous Performance Testing in Adult ADHD in a Clinical Sample Using QbTest+
M Adamou, SL Jones, L Marks, D Lowe
Journal of Attention Disorders 26 (11), 1483-1491, 2022
82022
Factor analysis of the Texas functional living scale in an outpatient clinical sample
DA Lowe, CM Nguyen, CT Copeland, JF Linck
Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology 35 (1), 116-121, 2020
82020
Item response theory analysis of the Texas Functional Living Scale
DA Lowe, JF Linck
Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology 36 (1), 135-144, 2021
62021
Reliability and validity of an iPhone inclinometer as compared to a universal goniometer as a tool for measuring joint motion of the shoulder in apparently healthy subjects
DS Anderson, EA English, KB Varee, D Lowe, DS Diaz
32013
Shifts in measuring dementia
S Balsis, DA Lowe, JF Benge
Neurodegenerative Disease Management 2 (5), 443-445, 2012
32012
Miracle attributions, meaning, and neuropsychology
RF Paloutzian, SA Rogers, EL Swenson, DA Lowe
Recent Titles in Psychology, Religion, and Spirituality, 49, 2008
32008
How do Scores on the ADAS-Cog, MMSE, and CDR-SOB Correspond?
D Lowe, S Balsis, J Benge, L Geraci, L Toomey, A Gutierrez Ramirez
ARCHIVES OF CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY 30 (6), 478-478, 2015
22015
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