Moving Behavioural Neuroscience &Amp; Neuroeconomics Into Dementia Prevention: Spatial Tracking And Economic Decision-Making As New Sensitive Measures Of Daily Function
Grant number: 1108520 | Funding period: 2018 - 2020
This project will aim to develop new measures for clinical trials by learning the relationship between older people's movements around the house, ability to make decisions about their health and finance and their cognitive performance. These instruments may aid future trials of drugs and other interventions for preventing dementia by indicating how basic behavioural patterns respond to interventions.
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