The contribution of olfactory assessment in the examination of cognitive decline
Longitudinal Changes in Familiarity, Free and Cued Odor Identification, and Edibility Judgments for Odors in Aging Individuals.
Chem Senses 2015 Nov 6. Epub 2015 nov 6
Olfactory dysfunction in chronic stroke patients.
BMC Neurol 2015;15():199. Epub 2015 okt 12
Even cognitively well-functioning adults are unaware of their olfactory dysfunction: Implications for ENT clinicians and researchers.
Rhinology 2015 Mar;53(1):89-94.
Neuropsychological functioning in a national cohort of severe traumatic brain injury: demographic and acute injury-related predictors.
J Head Trauma Rehabil 2015 Mar-Apr;30(2):E1-12.
Does it Matter How We Pose the Question "How is Your Sense of Smell?"
Chemosens Percept 2014;7(3-4):103-107. Epub 2014 jul 29
Salient measures of inhibition and switching are associated with frontal lobe gray matter volume in healthy middle-aged and older adults.
Neuropsychology 2014 Nov;28(6):859-69. Epub 2014 mai 12
Age and sex related changes in episodic memory function in middle aged and older adults.
Scand J Psychol 2014 Jun;55(3):225-32. Epub 2014 mar 6
Neuropsychological performance in older insomniacs.
Neuropsychol Dev Cogn B Aging Neuropsychol Cogn 2013;20(1):34-48. Epub 2012 apr 10
Unawareness of olfactory dysfunction and its association with cognitive functioning in middle aged and old adults.
Arch Clin Neuropsychol 2011 Apr;26(3):260-9. Epub 2011 apr 6
Epistasis between APOE and nicotinic receptor gene CHRNA4 in age related cognitive function and decline.
J Int Neuropsychol Soc 2010 May;16(3):424-32. Epub 2010 mar 24
Familiarity, cued and free odor identification and their association with cognitive functioning in middle aged and older adults.
Neuropsychol Dev Cogn B Aging Neuropsychol Cogn 2010 Mar;17(2):205-19. Epub 2009 jul 24
Hippocampal volumes are important predictors for memory function in elderly women.
BMC Med Imaging 2009;9():17. Epub 2009 aug 22
Individual variation in a cholinergic receptor gene modulates attention.
Neurosci Lett 2009 Apr;453(3):131-4. Epub 2009 feb 21
Longitudinal changes in odor identification performance and neuropsychological measures in aging individuals.
Neuropsychology, E pub ahead of pring
Olfactory identification, its relationship to exec.functions, memory, and disability one year after severe TBI
Neuropsychology; E pub ahead of print
Even well-functioning adults are unaware of their olfactory dysfunction: Implications for ENT investigations
Rhinology, in press
Effekt av utgansgstilling på våkenhet hos pasienter med redusert bevissthet etter ervervet hjerneskade
Nordic Network Meeting for Neurorehabilitation, Køpenhavn, Danmark
Olfactory dysfunction in relation to set-shifting performance after severe traumatic brain injury: a Norwegian population based-
Attention deficits in stroke patients 12 months after discharge from hospital
World Congress on Brain Injury, Edinburgh
Symptoms of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in children: Differential Effects on response inhibition
3rd International Congress on ADHD, Berlin, Germany
Behavioral measures of inhibition and switching are related to volume of left temporal lobe in healthy older individuals
NevroNor: New Concepts in Neuroscience, Bergen, Norway
Is cognitive switching and inhibition performance on the D-KEFS Color Word Interference Test predicted by frontal lobe volume
Frontal Lobe, Baycrest, Toronto, Canada
Using the NIHSS in the Acute Phase after stroke to predict cognitive impairment after one year
European Union Geriatric Medicine Society, Dublin Ireland
Cognitive and olfactory changes in aging
- april 2009
- Astri Lundervold