2016
DOI: 10.1016/j.archger.2016.05.007
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A quasi-experimental study of a reminiscence program focused on autobiographical memory in institutionalized older adults with cognitive impairment

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“…Similarly, Lopes et al (2016) have demonstrated that reminiscence therapy can be helpful in the maintenance or improvement of cognitive function, in the reduction of anxiety, and in the management of depressive symptoms and altered behaviour. A study by Barban et al (2016) assessed the efficiency of processes based on cognitive training in combination with reminiscence therapy in patients with mild Alzheimer 0 s disease and mild cognitive impairment, and in healthy older adults.…”
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confidence: 99%
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“…Similarly, Lopes et al (2016) have demonstrated that reminiscence therapy can be helpful in the maintenance or improvement of cognitive function, in the reduction of anxiety, and in the management of depressive symptoms and altered behaviour. A study by Barban et al (2016) assessed the efficiency of processes based on cognitive training in combination with reminiscence therapy in patients with mild Alzheimer 0 s disease and mild cognitive impairment, and in healthy older adults.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Similarly, Lopes et al . () have demonstrated that reminiscence therapy can be helpful in the maintenance or improvement of cognitive function, in the reduction of anxiety, and in the management of depressive symptoms and altered behaviour. A study by Barban et al .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A high degree of preference and immersion were con rmed among participants, thereby demonstrating the usability of the VR intervention program. It has been reported that patients with dementia more actively participate in activities that re ect their individual preferences [33], and if they are able to recall and reminisce about activities similar to those they have performed in the past [54][55][56][57]. This indicates that it is important for VR platforms to present a familiar environment given the historical and cultural backgrounds of patients with dementia .…”
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“…Literature from other countries also found similar findings. 28,29 Nevertheless, high-quality evidence or pooled estimate on reduction in anxiety through such therapy is lacking. Additionally, similar to depression, usage of different scales in different settings makes it difficult to compare between the studies.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%