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The goal of this study is to examine the changes in brain activity after a memory self-efficacy training program to better understand the mechanisms of memory self-efficacy. We will conduct a proof-of-concept six-week memory self-efficacy intervention in older adults with MCI, in order to demonstrate that self-efficacy impacts brain function. This will allow us to determine whether self-efficacy interventions may be a potential strategy for combating AD in the future.

Publication Date

2019

Publisher

BrainsCAN

City

London

Keywords

Aging, Alzheimer's disease, fMRI

Disciplines

Neurosciences

Funding

Funding Program

BrainsCAN Accelerator Grant: Stimulus

Additional BrainsCAN Support

Human Cognition and Sensorimotor Core,
Imaging Core

Notes

Western Faculty, Group or Institution

School of Kinesiology, Faculty of Health Sciences

Can self-efficacy training improve memory and functional activation in older adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment? A proof-of-concept intervention study

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