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Talamonti, D, Koscik, R, Johnson, S and Bruno, D (2020) Temporal contiguity and ageing: The role of memory organization in cognitive decline. Journal of Neuropsychology. ISSN 1748-6645

Talamonti, D, Koscik, R, Johnson, S and Bruno, D (2019) Predicting Early Mild Cognitive Impairment With Free Recall: The Primacy of Primacy. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology. ISSN 1873-5843

Bruno, D, Gleason, C, Koscik, R, Pomara, N, Zetterberg, H, Blennow, K and Johnson, S (2018) The recency ratio is related to CSF Amyloid Beta 1-42 levels in MCI-AD. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 34 (3). pp. 415-419. ISSN 0885-6230

Estrada, A, Garber, P, Mittermeier, R, Wich, SA, Gouveia, S, Dobrovolski, R, Nekaris, KAI, Nijman, V, Rylands, AB, Maisels, F, Williamson, EA, Bicca-Marques, J, Fuentes, A, Jerusalinsky, L, Johnson, S, Rodrigues de Melo, F, Oliveira, L, Schwitzer, C, Roos, C, Cheyne, SM , Kierulf, MCM, Raharivololona, B, Talebi, M, Ratsimbazafy, J, Supriatna, J, Boonratana, R, Wedana, M and Setiawan, A (2018) Primates in peril: the significance of Brazil, Madagascar, Indonesia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo for global primate conservation. PeerJ, 15 (6). ISSN 2167-8359

Bruno, D, Koscik, R, Woodard, J, Pomara, N and Johnson, S (2018) The recency ratio as predictor of early MCI. International Psychogeriatrics, 30 (12). pp. 1883-1888. ISSN 1741-203X

Mueller, K, Koscik, R, Du, L, Bruno, D, Jonaitis, E, Koscik, A, Christian, B, Betthauser, T, Chin, N, Hermann, B and Johnson, S Proper names from story recall are associated with beta-amyloid in cognitively unimpaired adults at risk for Alzheimer’s disease. Cortex. ISSN 0010-9452 (Accepted)

Bruno, D, Mueller, K, Betthauser, T, Chin, N, Engelman, C, Christian, B, Koscik, R and Johnson, S Serial position effects in the Logical Memory Test: Loss of primacy predicts amyloid positivity. Journal of Neuropsychology. ISSN 1748-6645 (Accepted)

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