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Tina Emery
Research staff
01223 273723
Working for Rik Henson, I am involved with neuropsychological testing of healthy volunteers for the national MEG UK project and also administer tests to patients with memory complaints.  I am one of the administrators for the CamCAN project, and also administrator for our lab group and the Dementia Imaging Group.  I am a qualified MRI and MEG operator and am the Wellbeing Champion for the Unit.
CBSU publications
Shfto, M.A., HENSON, R.N., Matthews, F.E., Taylor, J.R., EMERY, T. , ERZINCLIGLU, S., Hanley, C., ROWE, J.B., Cusack, R., CALDSER, A.J., Marslen-Wilson, W.D., DUNCAN, J.D., DALGLEISH, T., Brayne, C., Cam-CAN, Tyler, L.K. (2019) Cognitive diversity in a healthy aging cohort: cross-domain cognition in the Cam-CAN project, Journal of Aging and Health, :898264319878095 [Open Access]

SCHWEIZER, S., KIEVIT, R.A., EMERY, T. , Cam-CAN., HENSON, R.N. (2017) Symptoms of Depression in a Large Healthy Population Cohort are related to Subjective Memory Complaints and Memory Performance in Negative Contexts, Psychological Medicine, 48(1):104-114 [Open Access]

HENSON, R.N., Campbell, K.L., Davis, S.W., Taylor, J.R., EMERY, T. , ERZINCLIOGLU, S., Cam-CAN & KIEVIT, R.A. (2016) Multiple determinants of lifespan memory differences., Scientific Reports, 6:32527. [Open Access]

Duarte, A., HENSON, R.N., Knight, RT., EMERY, T. , Graham, K.S. (2010) Orbito-frontal Cortex is necessary for temporal context memory., Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 22(8), 1819-1831. [Open Access]

LEE, A.C.H., Buckley, M.J., Gaffan, D., EMERY, T. , HODGES, J.R. & GRAHAM, K.S. (2006) Differentiating the roles of the hippocampus and perirhinal cortex in processes beyond long-term declarative memory: A double blind dissociation in dementia, Journal of Neuroscience, 26(19), 5198-5203 [Read More]

GRAHAM, N.L., EMERY, T. & HODGES, J.R. (2004) Distinctive cognitive profiles in Alzheimer’s disease and subcortical vascular dementia, Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, 75, 61-71 [Read More]