Explore these publications below to view findings from the I-CONECT research study and see the range of our team’s work.
Dodge HH, Zhu J, Mattek N, Bowman M, Ybarra O, Wild K, Loewenstein DA, Kaye JA: Web-enabled Conversational Interactions as a Means to Improve Cognitive Functions: Results of a 6-Week Randomized Controlled Trial. Alzheimers & Dementia : Translational Research and Clinical Interventions 1(1): 1-12, 2015. PM26203461/PMC4507295
Dodge HH, Ybarra O, Kaye JA: Tools for advancing research into social networks and cognitive function in older adults. Int Psychogeriatr 26(4): 533-539, 2014. PM24152936/PMC3654367
Dodge HH, Katsumata Y, Zhu J, Mattek N, Bowman M, Gregor M, Wild K, Kaye JA: Characteristics associated with willingness to participate in a randomized controlled behavioral clinical trial using home-based personal computers and a webcam. Trials 15: 508, 2014. PM25539637/PMC4307639
Dodge HH: Social Markers of Mild Cognitive Impairment: Proportion of Word Counts in Free Conversational Speech.Current Alzheimer research 12(6): 513, 2015. PM26027814/PMC4526336
Asgari M, Kaye JA, Dodge HH: Predicting Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) from Spontaneous Spoken Utterances. Alzheimer's & Dementia: Translational Research & Clinical Interventions 3: 219-228, 2017