This study explores the presence of impulsivity in people with dementia and older adults, and the potential impact this may have on their emotional processing and everyday life.
After surgery for refractory epilepsy, many patients develop interpersonal difficulties and neuropsychiatric symptoms. This study explores the ability of people with epilepsy to regulate their emotions after undergoing surgery.
The extent to which people with dementia can make choices about their treatment and legal issues is a major source of controversy. In this study we explore the relationship between memory, awareness and decision-making in dementia, using neuroimaging to explore the neural correlates of this ability.
Emotional responses can spread among people, but the mechanisms behind this phenomenon are not fully understood. This research includes empirical work and a theoretical investigation into the historical roots of emotional contagion.
Loss of awareness is a common feature of Alzheimer's disease, with patients often being unaware of their limitations. This study explores how affective-laden memory and perspective taking can be used as ways of improving self-awareness in dementia.
This study explores how people with bipolar disorder have insight about their own condition, focusing particularly on loss of insight during mania. The research also investigates how people with bipolar disorder may adapt to their condition despite limited insight.
Beliefs about the unacceptability of expressing emotions have been reported in individuals with a variety of clinical conditions, and may be linked with worse prognosis. In this study, we investigate which factors may be related to these beliefs.
Research about emotion in laboratory settings is constrained by the ecological validity of the stimuli used. The main aim of this study is to investigate how virtual reality can be used to overcome this limitation.