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  1. 2011
  2. 2010
  3. Charlton, RA, Barrick, TR, Lawes, INC, Markus, HS & Morris, R 2010, 'White matter pathways associated with working memory in normal aging', Cortex, vol. 46, no. 4, pp. 474 - 489. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cortex.2009.07.005
  4. Nelis, S, Clare, L, Martyr, A, Markova, IS, Roth, I, Woods, RT, Whitaker, CJ & Morris, R 2010, 'AWARENESS OF SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL FUNCTIONING IN EARLY-STAGE DEMENTIA AND IMPLICATIONS FOR CAREGIVERS', Gerontologist, vol. 50, pp. 62 - 62.
  5. Morris, R, Clare, L, Nelis, S, Martyr, A, Roth, I, Markova, IS, Woods, RT & Whitaker, CJ 2010, 'NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF AWARENESS OF COGNITIVE OR BEHAVIOURAL DYSFUNCTION IN EARLY-STAGE DEMENTIA', Gerontologist, vol. 50, pp. 62 - 62.
  6. Clare, L, Nevis, S, Martyr, A, Markova, IS, Roth, I, Woods, RT & Morris, RG 2010, 'PERCEPTIONS OF RELATIONSHIP QUALITY IN PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA AND THEIR SPOUSE CAREGIVERS', Gerontologist, vol. 50, pp. 328 - 328.
  7. Clare, L, Nelis, S, Martyr, A, Markova, IS, Roth, I, Woods, RT, Whitaker, CJ & Morris, R 2010, 'TESTING A BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL MODEL OF AWARENESS IN EARLY-STAGE DEMENTIA', Gerontologist, vol. 50, pp. 62 - 62.
  8. 2009
  9. Birns, J, Morris, R, Jarosz, J, Markus, HS & Kalra, L 2009, 'Hypertension-related cognitive decline: is the time right for intervention studies?', Minerva Cardioangiologica, vol. 57, no. 6, pp. 813-830.
  10. 2008
  11. Nelis, S, Clare, L, Martyr, A, Markova, I, Morris, R, Roth, I, Woods, R & Roth, I 2008, 'AWARENESS OF FUNCTIONAL DEFICITS IN DEMENTIA: SELF VS. INFORMANT RATINGS', Gerontologist, vol. 48, pp. 121 - 121.
  12. Robinson, J, Clare, L, Markova, I, Martyr, A, Morris, R, Nelis, S, Roth, I & Woods, B 2008, 'SENSITIVITY TO MEMORY-RELATED WORDS IN AN EMOTIONAL STROOP TASK - A DEMONSTRATION OF IMPLICIT AWARENESS IN PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA', Gerontologist, vol. 48, pp. 123 - 123.
  13. Holdstock, JS, Parslow, DM, Morris, RG, Fleminger, S, Abrahams, S, Denby, C, Montaldi, D & Mayes, AR 2008, 'Two case studies illustrating how relatively selective hippocampal lesions in humans can have quite different effects on memory', Hippocampus, vol. 18, no. 7, pp. 679 - 691. https://doi.org/10.1002/hipo.20427
  14. 2007
  15. 2006

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