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Jackie Andersen, Nadine Kot, Naomi Ennis, Angela Colantonio, Donna Ouchterlony, Michael D. Cusimano
The purpose of this study was to examine cognitive performance among a sample of men in a residential unit of an urban homeless shelter and to compare cognitive performance between those with and without a history of traumatic brain injury (TBI)....
Emily Hurstak, Julene K. Johnson, Lina Tieu, David Guzman, Claudia Ponath, Christopher T. Lee, Christina Weyer Jamora, Margot Kushel
This study evaluated cognitive function and factors associated with cognitive impairment in a cohort of older homeless adults. Researchers hypothesized that substance use and a history of traumatic brain injury would be associated with cognitive...
D. Joyce, M. Limbos
The objective of this study was to describe the occurrence of mental health problems and cognitive impairment in a group of elderly homeless men and to demonstrate how clinical examination and screening tests used in a shelter setting might be...
Alice M. Saperstein, Seonjoo Lee, Elizabeth J. Ronan, Rachael S. Seeman, Alice Medalia
There is increasing recognition of the cognitive consequences of socioeconomic adversity during childhood, which can impair learning and negatively affect social and emotional development. However, there is a paucity of research on cognitive...
V. Stergiopoulos, A. Cusi, T. Bekele, A. Skosireva, E. Latimer, C. Schütz, I. Fernando, S. B. Rourke
This study examines neurocognitive functioning in a large, well-characterized sample of homeless adults with mental illness and assesses demographic and clinical factors associated with neurocognitive performance. A total of 1500 homeless adults...
Tara A. Burra, Vicky Stergiopoulos, Sean B. Rourke
The primary goals of this systematic review were to assess studies of homeless adults and cognitive functioning, and to explore the clinical implications and potential impacts on social functioning of these cognitive deficits. The MEDLINE, CINAHL,...
Dolores Gallagher-Thompson, Christine McKibbin, Steven Lovett, Jonathan Rose, Antonette Zeiss
Development and utilization of 2 self-efficacy measures thought to be relevant to stressed family caregivers, Caregiver Self-Care Self-Efficacy and Caregiver Problem-Solving Self Efficacy are described. Data obtained in the context of a...
Olamide Ojo-Fati, Anne M. Joseph, Jed Ig-Izevbekhai, Janet L. Thomas, Susan A. Everson-Rose, Rebekah Pratt, Nancy Raymond, Ned L. Cooney, Xianghua Luo, Kolawole S. Okuyemi
There is a critical need for objective data to guide effective health promotion and care for homeless populations. However, many investigators exclude homeless populations from clinical trials due to practical concerns about conducting research with...