Patricia Diaz-Galvan

Patricia Diaz-Galvan
Mayo Clinic - Rochester · Department of Radiology

PhD

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Introduction
Patricia Diaz-Galvan currently works at the Department of Psychobiology and Methodology of Behavioral Sciences, Universidad de La Laguna. Patricia does research in Cognitive Science, Neuropsychology and Biological Psychology. Their current project is 'Subjective Cognitive Decline'.

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Publications (8)
Conference Paper
Background Subjective cognitive decline (SCD) may be the first sign of Alzheimer’s disease (AD), but it can also reflect other pathologies such as cerebrovascular disease or conditions like depressive symptomatology. The role of depressive symptomatology in SCD is controversial. In this study, we investigated the association between depressive symp...
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Aims: To investigate the interplay between gray matter (GM) and white matter (WM) neurodegeneration in subjective cognitive decline (SCD), including thickness across the whole cortical mantle, hippocampal volume, and integrity across the whole WM. Methods: We included 225 cognitively unimpaired individuals from a community-based cohort. Subjective...
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Subjective cognitive decline (SCD) may be the first sign of Alzheimer's disease (AD), but it can also reflect other pathologies such as cerebrovascular disease or conditions like depressive symptomatology. The role of depressive symptomatology in SCD is controversial. We investigated the association between depressive symptomatology, cerebrovascula...
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Subjective cognitive decline (SCD) has been proposed as a risk factor for future cognitive decline and dementia. Given the heterogeneity of SCD and the lack of consensus about how to classify this condition, different operationalization approaches still need to be compared. In this study, we used the same sample of individuals to compare different...
Conference Paper
A framework for research on subjective cognitive decline (SCD) was published in 2014, but different SCD operationalization approaches still need to be compared. We compared two hypotheses‐driven and two data‐driven approaches in the same sample of individuals. Nine cognitive complaints were assessed on 399 cognitively healthy individuals from a com...
Poster
Older adults who do not meet clinical criteria for mild cognitive impairment (MCI) or dementia, but who report progressive change in their cognitive abilities (i.e. subjective cognitive decline, SCD) are at increased risk for developing Alzheimer’s disease (AD). However, SCD can be associated to other conditions and its heterogeneity needs to be in...
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AIMS: To investigate the interplay between gray matter (GM) and white matter (WM) neurodegeneration in subjective cognitive decline (SCD), including thickness across the whole cortical mantle, hippocampal volume, and integrity across the whole WM. METHODS: We included 225 cognitively unimpaired individuals from a community-based cohort, of whom 123...
Article
Subjective cognitive complaints in cognitively normal individuals are a relevant predictor of Alzheimer’s disease (AD), cerebrovascular disease, and age-related tauopathy. Complaints starting after the age of 60 increase the likelihood of preclinical AD. However, this criterion is arbitrary and current data show that neurodegenerative disorders lik...

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Project
To characterize subjective cognitive complaints on clinical and general population through a multidimensional and a multivariate approach, attending to MRI markers, cognitive performance, demographic and clinical features from early middle-age to elderly.