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[1] B Brown, M E Dewey, and A P Day. An objective automated method for digitising pictorial material for computer manipulation. Behavior Research Methods and Instrumentation, 8:378–381,1976.
[2] M E Dewey, G M Stephenson, and A C Thomas. Organisational unit size and individual attitudes.
Sociological Review, 26:125–137, 1978.
[3] D R Rutter, G M Stephenson, and M E Dewey. Visual communication and the content and style of conversation. British Journal of Social Psychology, 20(1):41–52, 1981.
[4] J Swain, G M Stephenson, and M E Dewey. Seeing a stranger: does eye-contact reflect intimacy? [5] M E Dewey. Coefficients of agreement. British Journal of Psychiatry, 143(5):487–489, 1983.
[6] A Chambwe, P D Slade, and M E Dewey. Behavioural patterns of alcohol use among young adults in Britain and Zimbabwe. British Journal of Addiction, 78(3):311–316, 1983.
[7] I B Cookson, M S Muthu, A George, and M E Dewey. High dose neuroleptic treatment of chronic schizophrenic inpatients. Research Communications in Psychology, Psychiatry and Behavior,8(4):305–315, 1983.
[8] P D Slade and M E Dewey. Role of grammatical clues in multiple-choice questions - an empirical- study. Medical Teacher, 5(4):146–148, 1983.
[9] T G Powell, M E Dewey, C R West, and R Arnold. Fate of infants with transposition of the great arteries in relation to balloon atrial septostomy. British Heart Journal, 51(4):371–376, 1984.
[10] D R Rutter, D C Pennington, M E Dewey, and J Swain. Eye-contact as a chance product of individual looking - implications for the intimacy model of Argyle and Dean. Journal of NonverbalBehavior, 8(4):250–258, 1984.
[11] M E Dewey. QS - a tool for general data input. Software - Practice and Experience, 14(12):1113– [12] N J Kemp, D R Rutter, M E Dewey, A G Harding, and G M Stephenson. Visual communication and impression-formation. British Journal of Social Psychology, 23:133–145, 1984.
[13] M E Dewey. The quality of university departments of psychology - a correlational fallacy. Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, 37:37–38, 1984.
[14] D Fielding, B Moore, M E Dewey, P Ashley, T McKendrick, and P Pinkerton. Children with end-stage renal failure: Psychological effects on patients, siblings and parents. Journal of Psy-chosomatic Research, 29(5):457–465, 1985.
[15] G Elal-Lawrence, P D Slade, and M E Dewey. Predictors of outcome type in treated problem drinkers. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 47(1):41–47, 1986.
[16] J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, and H M Griffiths-Jones. A computerized psychiatric diagnostic system and case nomenclature for elderly subjects: GMS and AGECAT. Psychological Medicine,16(1):89–99, 1986.
[17] P D Slade and M E Dewey. Development and preliminary validation of SCANS: A screening instrument for identifying individuals at risk of developing anorexia. International Journal ofEating Disorders, 5(3):517–538, 1986.
[18] H F Young, R P Bentall, P D Slade, and M E Dewey. Disposition towards hallucination, gender and EPQ scores - a brief report. Personality and Individual Differences, 7(2):247–249, 1986.
[19] M E Dewey. AS219 height balanced trees. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C, [20] M E Dewey. TBLP - a simple preprocessor for tables. Software - Practice and Experience, [21] M E Dewey and J R M Copeland. Computerized psychiatric diagnosis in the elderly - AGECAT.
Journal of Microcomputer Applications, 9(2):135–140, 1986.
[22] J R M Copeland, C McWilliam, M E Dewey, D Forshaw, R Shiwach, R Abed, M S Muthu, and N Wood. The early recognition of dementia in the elderly: a preliminary communication about alongitudinal study using the GMS-AGECAT package (community version). International Journalof Geriatric Psychiatry, 1:63–70, 1986.
[23] J R M Copeland, B J Gurland, M E Dewey, M J Kelleher, A M R Smith, and I A Davidson.
Is there more dementia, depression and neurosis in New York? A comparative study of theelderly in New York and London using the computerised diagnosis AGECAT. British Journal ofPsychiatry, 151:466–473, 1987.
[24] J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, N Wood, R Searle, I A Davidson, and C McWilliam. Range of mental illness among the elderly in the community: Prevalence in Liverpool using the GMS-AGECAT package. British Journal of Psychiatry, 150:815–823, 1987.
[25] D M Zausmer and M E Dewey. Tics and heredity. A study of the relatives of child tiqueurs.
British Journal of Psychiatry, 150:628–634, 1987.
[26] G Elal-Lawrence, P D Slade, and M E Dewey. Treatment and follow-up variables discriminating abstainers, controlled drinkers and relapses. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 48(1):39–46, 1987.
[27] H F Young, R P Bentall, P D Slade, and M E Dewey. The role of brief instructions and suggestibil- ity in the elicitation of auditory and visual hallucinations in normal and psychiatric subjects.
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 175(1):41–48, 1987.
[28] J R M Copeland, B J Gurland, M E Dewey, M J Kelleher, A M R Smith, and I A David- son. The distribution of dementia, depression and neurosis in elderly men and women in anurban-community: assessed using the GMS-AGECAT package. International Journal of Geri-atric Psychiatry, 2(3):177–184, 1987.
[29] G Kiemle, P D Slade, and M E Dewey. Factors associated with abnormal eating attitudes and behaviors - screening individuals at risk of developing an eating disorder. International Journalof Eating Disorders, 6(6):713–724, 1987.
[30] N Eisenberg, R G Owens, and M E Dewey. Attitudes of health-professionals to child sexual abuse and incest. Child Abuse and Neglect, 11(1):109–116, 1987.
[31] C F Sullivan, J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, I A Davidson, C McWilliam, P Saunders, V K Sharma, and L N P Voruganti. Benzodiazepine usage amongst the elderly: Findings of theLiverpool community survey. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 3(4):289–292, 1988.
[32] M E Dewey, I A Davidson, and J R M Copeland. Risk factors for dementia: Evidence from the Liverpool study of continuing health in the community. International Journal of GeriatricPsychiatry, 3(4):245–249, 1988.
[33] K C M Wilson, R Whiteoak, M E Dewey, and J P Watson. Problem drinking in a military endoscopy clinic. British Journal of Addiction, 83(9):1063–1068, 1988.
[34] I A Davidson, M E Dewey, and J R M Copeland. The relationship between mortality and mental disorder: Evidence from the Liverpool longitudinal study. International Journal of GeriatricPsychiatry, 3(2):95–98, 1988.
[35] C McWilliam, J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, and N Wood. The Geriatric Mental State Examina- tion as a case-finding instrument in the community. British Journal of Psychiatry, 152:205–208,1988.
[36] J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, A S Henderson, D W K Kay, C D Neal, M A M Harrison, C McWilliam, D Forshaw, and R Shiwach. The Geriatric Mental State (GMS) used in thecommunity: Replication studies of the computerized diagnosis AGECAT. Psychological Medicine,18(1):219–223, 1988.
[37] M E Dewey, C E Dickinson, T K Foreman, and J D G Troup. Back pain, ventilatory function, chest symptoms, and smoking. Journal of Spinal Disorders, 2(4):241–248, 1989.
[38] M A Cormack, R G Owens, and M E Dewey. The effect of minimal interventions by general prac- titioners on long-term benzodiazepine use. Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners,39(327):408–411, 1989.
[39] S J Leinster, J J Ashcroft, P D Slade, and M E Dewey. Mastectomy versus conservative surgery: Psychosocial effects of the patient’s choice of treatment. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 7(1-2):179–192, 1989.
[40] P A Saunders, J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, I A Davidson, C McWilliam, V K Sharma, C Sul- livan, and L N P Voruganti. Alcohol use and abuse in the elderly: Findings from the Liverpoollongitudinal study of continuing health in the community. International Journal of GeriatricPsychiatry, 4(2):103–108, 1989.
[41] K C M Wilson, R Whiteoak, M E Dewey, and J P Watson. Aspects of personality of soldiers presenting to an endoscopy clinic. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 33(1):85–91, 1989.
[42] J M Deadman, M E Dewey, R G Owens, S J Leinster, and P D Slade. Threat and loss in breast cancer. Psychological Medicine, 19(3):677–681, 1989.
[43] M E Dewey. A note on the computation of Cohen’s kappa. British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, 42:191–195, 1989.
[44] M Conway, I A Davidson, and M E Dewey. Who uses a day hospital and for how long: a Liverpool study. Bulletin of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, 13:62–65, 1989.
[45] P A Johnson, R G Owens, M E Dewey, and N E Eisenberg. Professionals’ attributions of censure in father-daughter incest. Child Abuse and Neglect, 14(3):419–428, 1990.
[46] P D Slade, M E Dewey, G Kiemle, and T Newton. Update on SCANS: A screening instrument for identifying individuals at risk of developing an eating disorder. International Journal of EatingDisorders, 9(5):583–584, 1990.
[47] D Thorp, R G Owens, G Whitehouse, and M E Dewey. Subjective experiences of magnetic resonance imaging. Clinical Radiology, 41(4):276–278, 1990.
[48] J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, and H M Griffiths-Jones. Dementia and depression in elderly per- sons: AGECAT compared with DSMIII and Pervasive illness. International Journal of GeriatricPsychiatry, 5(1):47–51, 1990.
[49] P D Slade, M E Dewey, T Newton, D Brodie, and G Kiemle. Development and preliminary validation of the body satisfaction scale BSS. Psychology and Health, 4:213–220, 1990.
[50] M E Evans, J R M Copeland, and M E Dewey. Depression in the elderly in the community: Effect of physical illness and selected social factors. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry,6(11):787–795, 1991.
[51] M E Dewey. How should prevalence be modelled? Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 84(3):246–249, [52] P A Saunders, J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, I A Davidson, C McWilliam, V Sharma, and C Sullivan. Heavy drinking as a risk factor for depression and dementia in elderly men: Findingsfrom the Liverpool longitudinal community study. British Journal of Psychiatry, 159:213–216,1991.
[53] J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, and P Saunders. The epidemiology of dementia: GMS-AGECAT studies of prevalence and incidence, including studies in progress. European Archives of Psychiatryand Clinical Neuroscience, 240(4-5):212–217, 1991.
[54] C Hooijer, C Jonker, M E Dewey, W van Tilburg, and J R M Copeland. A standardized interview for the elderly (GMS): Reliability studies comparing the Dutch language version with the original.
International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 6(2):71–79, 1991.
[55] R P Bentall, S Kaney, and M E Dewey. Paranoia and social reasoning: An attribution theory analysis. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 30(1):13–23, 1991.
[56] G A Baker, D F Smith, M E Dewey, J Morrow, P M Crawford, and D W Chadwick. The development of a seizure severity scale as an outcome measure in epilepsy. Epilepsy Research,8(3):245–251, 1991.
[57] D F Smith, G A Baker, M E Dewey, A Jacoby, and D W Chadwick. Seizure frequency, patient- perceived seizure severity and the psychosocial consequences of intractable epilepsy. EpilepsyResearch, 9(3):231–241, 1991.
[58] G A Harmon, R G Owens, and M E Dewey. Factors affecting rapists and nonrapists perceptions of the likelihood of sexual-activity. International Journal of Offender Therapy and ComparativeCriminology, 35(3):217–224, 1991.
[59] J K O’Regan, M E Dewey, P D Slade, and B B J L Lovius. Self-esteem and aesthetics. British Journal of Orthodontics, 18:111–118, 1991.
[60] G T Ridley, K Clare, M E Dewey, and I A Davidson. Improving psychiatric day hospital atten- dance: a Liverpool intervention study. Bulletin of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, 15:471–472,1991.
[61] J R M Copeland and M E Dewey. Neuropsychological diagnosis (GMS-HAS-AGECAT package).
International Psychogeriatrics, 3 (Supp):43–49, 1991.
[62] D N Anderson, M T Abou-Saleh, J Collins, K Hughes, R J Cattell, CGB Hamon, J A Blair, and M E Dewey. Pterin metabolism in depression: An extension of the amine hypothesis and possiblemarker of response to ECT. Psychological Medicine, 22(4):863–869, 1992.
[63] P G Booth, B Dale, P D Slade, and M E Dewey. A follow-up study of problem drinkers offered a goal choice option. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 53(6):594–600, 1992.
[64] B H Green, J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, V Sharma, P A Saunders, I A Davidson, C Sullivan, and C McWilliam. Risk factors for depression in elderly people: A prospective study. ActaPsychiatrica Scandinavica, 86(3):213–217, 1992.
[65] J R M Copeland, I A Davidson, M E Dewey, C Gilmore, B A Larkin, C McWilliam, P A Saunders, A Scott, V Sharma, and C Sullivan. Alzheimer’s disease, other dementias, depressionand pseudodementia: Prevalence, incidence and three-year outcome in Liverpool. British Journalof Psychiatry, 161:230–239, 1992.
[66] C Turrina, O Siciliani, M E Dewey, G C Fazzari, and J R M Copeland. Psychiatric disorders among elderly patients attending a geriatric medical day hospital: Prevalence according to clinicaldiagnosis. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 7(7):499–504, 1992.
[67] M E Dewey, J R M Copeland, A Lobo, P Saz, and J L D´ıa. Computerized diagnosis from a standardized history schedule: A preliminary communication about the organic section of theHAS-AGECAT. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 7(6):443–446, 1992.
[68] B A Larkin, J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, I A Davidson, P A Saunders, V K Sharma, C McWilliam, and C Sullivan. The natural history of neurotic disorder in an elderly urbanpopulation. findings from the Liverpool longitudinal study of continuing health in the commu-nity. British Journal of Psychiatry, 160:681–686, 1992.
[69] P A Saunders, J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, B A Larkin, and A Scott. ALPHA: The Liverpool MRC study of the incidence of dementia and cognitive decline. Neuroepidemiology, 11:S44–S47,1992.
[70] J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, I A Davidson, P A Saunders, and A Scott. Geriatric Mental State-AGECAT: Prevalence, incidence and long-term outcome of dementia and organic disordersin the Liverpool study of continuing health in the community. Neuroepidemiology, 11:S84–S87,1992.
[71] S Kaney, M Wolfenden, M E Dewey, and R P Bentall.
threatening propositions. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 31(1):85–87, 1992.
[72] A Lobo, M E Dewey, J Copeland, J L D´ıa, and P Saz. The prevalence of dementia among elderly people living in Zaragoza and Liverpool. Psychological Medicine, 22(1):239–243, 1992.
[73] H F Jackson, C A Hopewell, C A Glass, R Warburg, M E Dewey, and E Ghadiali. The Katz adjustment scale: Modification for use with victims of traumatic brain and spinal injury. BrainInjury, 6(2):109–127, 1992.
[74] M E Dewey. Estimating the incidence of dementia in the community from prevalence and mor- tality results. International Journal of Epidemiology, 21(3):533–536, 1992.
[75] M E Dewey. AS272 Box plots. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C, 41(1):274–284, [76] P A Saunders, J R M Copeland, B A Larkin, M E Dewey, A Scott, and P Woodall. Comparison of paper and laptop computer versions of the Geriatric Mental State (GMS-AGECAT). Journalof Research Methods in Psychiatry, 2:5–10, 1992.
[77] G A Baker, C Carlisle, M Riley, J Tapper, and M E Dewey. The work environment scale: a comparison of British and American nurses. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 17:692–698, 1992.
[78] M E Dewey. Algorithms for frequency distributions: efficiency and generality comparisons. Statis- tics and Computing, 2:213–220, 1992.
[79] P A Saunders, J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, C Gilmore, B A Larkin, H Phaterpekar, and A Scott.
The prevalence of dementia, depression and neurosis in later life: The Liverpool MRC-ALPHAstudy. International Journal of Epidemiology, 22(5):838–847, 1993.
[80] C Turrina, M E Dewey, R Siani, F Saviotti, N Marchione, and O Siciliani. Performance of the Italian version of the Mini-Mental State Examination in day hospital geriatric medical patients.
International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 8(8):649–654, 1993.
[81] C J Brabbins, M E Dewey, J R M Copeland, I A Davidson, C McWilliam, P Saunders, V K Sharma, and C Sullivan. Insomnia in the elderly: Prevalence, gender differences and relationshipswith morbidity and mortality. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 8(6):473–480, 1993.
[82] B H Green, M E Dewey, J R M Copeland, P A Saunders, V Sharma, B Larkin, I A Davidson, and A Scott. Prospective data on the prevalence of abnormal involuntary movements among elderlypeople living in the community. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 87(6):418–421, 1993.
amara, J R M Copeland, A Lobo, and P Saz. Cross-cultural comparison of depression and depressive symptoms in older people. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 87(6):369–373, 1993.
[84] M E Dewey, I A Davidson, and J R M Copeland. Expressed wish to die and mortality in older people: A community replication. Age and Ageing, 22(2):109–113, 1993.
[85] M E Dewey. Authors have rights too. British Medical Journal, 306:318–320, 1993.
[86] D Smith, G A Baker, G Davies, M E Dewey, and D W Chadwick. Outcomes of add-on treatment with lamotrigine in partial epilepsy. Epilepsia, 34(2):312–322, 1993.
[87] D Smith, D Chadwick, G A Baker, G Davis, and M E Dewey. Seizure severity and the quality of life. Epilepsia, 34(Issue s5):S31–S35, 1993.
[88] A Jacoby, G A Baker, D Smith, M E Dewey, and D Chadwick. Measuring the impact of epilepsy: The development of a novel scale. Epilepsy Research, 16(1):83–88, 1993.
[89] G A Baker, D F Smith, M E Dewey, A Jacoby, and D W Chadwick. The initial development of a health-related quality of life model as an outcome measure in epilepsy. Epilepsy Research,16(1):65–81, 1993.
[90] B H Green, J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, V Sharma, and I A Davidson. Factors associated with recovery and recurrence of depression in older people: A prospective study. International Journalof Geriatric Psychiatry, 9(10):789–795, 1994.
[91] C Turrina, R Caruso, R Este, F Lucchi, G Fazzari, M E Dewey, and A Ermentini. Affective disorders among elderly general practice patients. a two-phase survey in Brescia, Italy. BritishJournal of Psychiatry, 165:533–537, 1994.
[92] S F Mitzman, P Slade, and M E Dewey. Preliminary development of a questionnaire designed to measure neurotic perfectionism in the eating disorders. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 50(4):516–522, 1994.
[93] G A Baker, A Jacoby, D F Smith, M E Dewey, and D W Chadwick. Development of a novel scale to assess life fulfilment as part of the further refinement of a quality-of-life model for epilepsy.
Epilepsia, 35(3):591–596, 1994.
opfert, M E Dewey, and R H T Edwards. The differential response of chronic fatigue, neurotic and muscular dystrophy patients to experimental psychological stress.
Psychological Medicine, 24(2):357–364, 1994.
[95] C Carlisle, G A Baker, M Riley, J Tapper, and M E Dewey. Stress in midwifery: a comparison of midwives and nurses using the work environment scale. International Journal of Nursing Studies,31:13–22, 1994.
[96] M A Boneham, P A Saunders, J R M Copeland, K Wilson, M E Dewey, and A Scott. Age, race and mental health: Liverpool’s elderly ethnic minorities. Health and Social Care in theCommunity, 2:113–116, 1994.
[97] C Gilmore, B H Green, J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, I A Davidson, P A Saunders, and V Sharma. Blood pressure as a risk factor for depression in elderly people: A prospective study.
Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 91(2):126–129, 1995.
amara, A Lobo, and M E Dewey. Cross-national comparison of prevalence of symptoms of neurotic disorders in older people in two community samples. ActaPsychiatrica Scandinavica, 91(1):18–22, 1995.
[99] J C Day, G Wood, M E Dewey, and R P Bentall. A self-rating scale for measuring neuroleptic side- effects. Validation in a group of schizophrenic patients. British Journal of Psychiatry, 166:650–653, 1995.
[100] P Metcalfe, M Sobers, and M E Dewey. The Windsor Clinic Alcohol Withdrawal Assessment Scale (WCAWAS): Investigation of factors associated with complicated withdrawals. Alcohol andAlcoholism, 30(3):367–372, 1995.
[101] G A Harmon, R G Owens, and M E Dewey. Rapists versus non-rapists attitudes toward women – a British study. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology,39(3):269–275, 1995.
[102] L A Terryshort, R G Owens, P D Slade, and M E Dewey. Positive and negative perfectionism.
Personality and Individual Differences, 18(5):663–668, 1995.
[103] C P Routh, J W Hill, H Steele, C E Elliott, and M E Dewey. Maternal attachment status, psychosocial stressors and problem behaviour: Follow-up after parent training courses for conductdisorder. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 36:1179–1198, 1995.
[104] M J Rose, P D Slade, J P Reilly, and M E Dewey. A comparative analysis of psychological and physical models of low back pain experience. Physiotherapy, 81(12):710–716, 1995.
[105] M E Wallymahmed, G A Baker, G Humphris, M E Dewey, and I A MacFarlane. The development, reliability and validity of a disease specific quality of life model for adults with growth hormonedeficiency. Clinical Endocrinology, 44:403–411, 1996.
[106] A Jacoby, S Graham-Jones, G Baker, L Ratoff, J Heyes, M E Dewey, and D Chadwick. A general practice records audit of the process of care for people with epilepsy. British Journal of GeneralPractice, 46:595–599, 1996.
[107] M E Dewey. Designs for studies evaluating tests. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, [108] C J Parker, K Morgan, M E Dewey, and the Analysis Group of the MRC CFA Study. Physical illness and disability among elderly people in England and Wales: the Medical Research Councilcognitive function and ageing study. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 51:494–501,1997.
[109] S Kaney, K Bowen-Jones, M E Dewey, and R P Bentall. Two predictions about paranoid ideation: deluded, depressed and normal participants’ subjective frequency and consensus judgments forpositive, neutral, and negative events. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 36:349–364, 1997.
[110] J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, A Scott, C Gilmore, B A Larkin, N Cleave, C M F McCracken, and P E McKibbin. Schizophrenia and delusional disorder in older age: community prevalence,incidence, co-morbidity and outcome. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 24(1):153–161, 1998.
[111] D W K Kay, M E Dewey, I G McKeith, M O O’Cuill, C McCracken, A F Fairbairn, R Harrison, J C Illing, and S Hrisos. Do experienced diagnosticians agree about the diagnosis of dementiafrom survey data? The effects of informants’ reports and interviewers’ vignettes. InternationalJournal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 13:852–861, 1998.
[112] V K Sharma, J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, D Lowe, and I A Davidson. Outcome of the de- pressed elderly living in the community in Liverpool: a 5-year follow-up. Psychological Medicine,28(6):1329–1337, 1998.
[113] L J Launer, K Andersen, M E Dewey, L Letenneur, A Ott, L A Amaducci, J R M Copeland, J-F Dartigues, P Kragh-Sorensen, A Lobo, J M Martinez-Lage, T Stijnen, A Hofman, and theEURODEM Incidence Research Group and Work Groups. Rates and risk factors for incidentdementia and Alzheimer’s disease: results from EURODEM pooled analyses. Neurology, 52:78–84, 1999.
[114] The Counselling versus Antidepressants in Primary Care Study Group. How disabling is de- pression? Evidence from a primary care sample. British Journal of General Practice, 49:95–98,1999.
[115] J R M Copeland, A T F Beekman, M E Dewey, C Hooijer, A Jordan, B A Lawlor, A Lobo, usson, A Mann, I Meller, M J Prince, F Reischies, C Turrina, M W deVries, and K C M Wilson. Depression in Europe. Geographical distribution among older people. British Journal ofPsychiatry, 174:312–321, 1999.
[116] J R M Copeland, A T F Beekman, M E Dewey, A Jordan, B A Lawlor, M Linden, A Lobo, usson, A Mann, M Fichter, M J Prince, F Reischies, P Saz, C Turrina, and K C M Wilson.
Cross-cultural comparison of depressive symptoms in Europe does not support stereotypes ofageing. British Journal of Psychiatry, 174:322–329, 1999.
[117] J R M Copeland, C F M McCracken, M E Dewey, K C M Wilson, M Doran, C Gilmore, A Scott, and B A Larkin. Undifferentiated dementia, Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia: age andgender-related incidence in Liverpool. British Journal of Psychiatry, 175:433–438, 1999.
[118] K Andersen, L J Launer, M E Dewey, L Letenneur, A Ott, J R M Copeland, J-F Dartigues, P Kragh-Sorensen, M Baldereschi, C Brayne, A Lobo, J M Martinez-Lage, T Stijnen, A Hofman,and the EURODEM Incidence Research Group. Gender differences in the incidence of AD andvascular dementia. The EURODEM studies. Neurology, 53:1992–1997, 1999.
[119] R Churchill, M Dewey, V Gretton, C Duggan, C Chilvers, A Lee, and on behalf of the Notting- ham Counselling and Antidepressants in Primary Care (CAPC) Study Group. Should generalpractitioners refer patients with major depression to counsellors? A review of current publishedevidence. British Journal of General Practice, 49:737–743, 1999.
[120] J R M Copeland, R Chen, M E Dewey, C F M McCracken, C Gilmore, B Larkin, and K C M Wilson. Community-based case-control study of depression in older people. Cases and sub-casesfrom the MRC-ALPHA study. British Journal of Psychiatry, 175:340–347, 1999.
[121] The Medical Research Council Cognitive Function and Ageing Study. Survey research into health problems of elderly people: a comparison of self-report with proxy information. InternationalJournal of Epidemiology, 29:684–697, 2000.
[122] The Medical Research Council Cognitive Function and Ageing Study. Survey research into health problems of elderly people: multivariate analysis of concordance between self-report and proxyinformation. International Journal of Epidemiology, 29:698–703, 2000.
[123] L Letenneur, L J Launer, K Andersen, M E Dewey, A Ott, J R M Copeland, J-F Dartigues, P Kragh-Sorensen, M Baldereschi, C Brayne, A Lobo, J M Martinez-Lage, T Stijnen, A Hof-man, and the EURODEM Incidence Research Group. Education and the risk for Alzheimer’sdisease: sex makes a difference EURODEM pooled analyses. American Journal of Epidemiology,151(11):1064–1071, 2000.
[124] D Kendrick, M Hewitt, M E Dewey, R Elkan, M Blair, J Robinson, D Williams, and K Brummell.
The effect of home visiting programmes on uptake of childhood immunisation: a systematic reviewand meta-analysis. Journal of Public Health Medicine, 22:90–98, 2000.
[125] C J Parker, M E Dewey, and the TOTAL study group. Assessing research outcomes by postal questionnaire with telephone follow-up. International Journal of Epidemiology, 29:1065–1069,2000.
[126] D Kendrick, R Elkan, M Hewitt, M E Dewey, M Blair, J Robinson, D Williams, and K Brummell.
Does home visiting improve parenting and the quality of the home environment? A systematicreview and meta-analysis. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 82:443–451, 2000.
[127] R Elkan, D Kendrick, M Hewitt, J J A Robinson, K Tolley, M Blair, M E Dewey, D Williams, and K Brummell. The effectiveness of domiciliary health visiting: a systematic review of internationalstudies and a selective review of the British literature. Health Technology Assessment, 4(13), 2000.
[128] N Bedi, C Chilvers, R Churchill, M E Dewey, C Duggan, K Fielding, V Gretton, P Miller, G Harrison, A Lee, and I Williams. Assessing effectiveness of treatment of depression in primarycare. Partially randomised preference trial. British Journal of Psychiatry, 177:312–318, 2000.
[129] R Churchill, M Khaira, V Gretton, C Chilvers, M E Dewey, C Duggan, and A Lee. Treating depression in general practice: factors affecting patients’ treatment preferences. British Journalof General Practice, 50:905–906, 2000.
[130] M E Dewey and P Saz. Dementia, cognitive impairment and mortality in persons aged 65 and over living in the community: a systematic review of the literature. International Journal ofGeriatric Psychiatry, 16:751–761, 2001.
[131] P Saz and M E Dewey. Depression, depressive symptoms and mortality in persons aged 65 and over living in the community: a systematic review of the literature. International Journal ofGeriatric Psychiatry, 16:622–630, 2001.
[132] C J Parker, J R F Gladman, A E R Drummond, M E Dewey, N B Lincoln, D Barer, P A Logan, K A Radford, and on behalf of the TOTAL Study Group. A multicentre randomized controlledtrial of leisure therapy and conventional occupational therapy after stroke. Clinical Rehabilitation,15:42–52, 2001.
[133] M E Dewey and J R M Copeland. Diagnosis of dementia from the History and Aetiology Schedule.
International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 16:912–917, 2001.
[134] C Chilvers, M E Dewey, K Fielding, V Gretton, P Miller, B Palmer, D Weller, R Churchill, I Williams, N Bedi, C Duggan, A Lee, G Harrison, and the Counselling versus Antidepressantsin Primary Care Study Group. Antidepressant drugs and generic counselling for treatment of major depression in primary care: randomised trial with patient preference arms. British MedicalJournal, 322:772–775, 2001.
[135] Y-F Chen, M E Dewey, A J Avery, and the Analysis Group of the MRCCFA Study. Self- reported medication use for older people in England and Wales. Journal of Clinical Pharmacyand Therapeutics, 26(2):129–140, 2001.
[136] D Kendrick, M Watson, M E Dewey, and A J Woods. Does sending a home safety questionnaire increase recruitment to an injury prevention trial? A randomised controlled trial. Journal ofEpidemiology and Community Health, 55:845–846, 2001.
[137] J M Deadman, S J Leinster, R G Owens, M E Dewey, and P D Slade. Taking responsibility for cancer treatment. Social Science and Medicine, 53:669–677, 2001.
[138] R Elkan, D Kendrick, M E Dewey, M Hewitt, J Robinson, M Blair, D Williams, and K Brummell.
Effectiveness of home based support for older people: systematic review and meta-analysis. BritishMedical Journal, 323:719–725, 2001.
[139] S L Blay, J S Vel Fucks, M Barruzi, M C Di Pietro, F L Gastal, A M Neto, M P De Souza, L R Glausiusz, and M E Dewey. Effectiveness of time-limited psychotherapy for minor psychiatricdisorders: randomised controlled trial evaluating immediate versus long-term effects. BritishJournal of Psychiatry, 180:416–422, 2002.
[140] A N Siriwardena, A Rashid, M R D Johnson, and M E Dewey. Cluster randomised controlled trial of an educational outreach visit to improve influenza and penumococcal immunisation ratesin primary care. British Journal of General Practice, 52:735–740, 2002.
[141] P Miller, C Chilvers, M E Dewey, K Fielding, V Gretton, B Palmer, D Weller, R Churchill, I Williams, N Bedi, C Duggan, A Lee, and G Harrison. Counseling versus antidepressant therapyfor the treatment of mild to moderate depression in primary care. International Journal ofTechnology Assessment in Health Care, 19:80–90, 2003.
[142] A L Cunliffe, J R F Gladman, S L Husbands, P Miller, M E Dewey, and R H Harwood. Sooner and healthier: a randomised controlled trial and interview study of an early discharge rehabilitationservice for older people. Age and Ageing, 33(3):246–252, 2004.
[143] S Fleming, H Blake, J R F Gladman, E Hart, M Lymbery, M E Dewey, H McCloughry, M Walker, and P Miller. A randomised controlled trial of a care home rehabilitation service to reduce longterm institutionalisation for elderly people. Age and Ageing, 33:384–390, 2004.
[144] C D Ward, G Turpin, M E Dewey, S Fleming, B Hurwitz, S Ratib, M von Fragstein, and M Lymbery. Education for people with progressive neurological conditions can have negativeeffects: evidence from a randomised controlled trial. Clinical Rehabilitation, 18:717–725, 2004.
[145] M E Dewey and C-M Chen. Neurosis and mortality in persons aged 65 and over: a systematic review of the literature. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 19:554–557, 2004.
[146] A Woods, J Collier, D Kendrick, K Watts, ME Dewey, and R Illingworth. Injury prevention training: a cluster randomised controlled trial assessing its effect on the knowledge, attitudes andpractices of midwives and health visitors. Injury Prevention, 10:83–87, 2004.
[147] M F Walker, J Leonardi-Bee, P Bath, P Langhorne, M E Dewey, S Corr, A Drummond, L Gilbert- son, J R F Gladman, L Jongbloed, P Logan, and C Parker. An individual patient data meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials of community occupational therapy for stroke patients.
Stroke, 35:2226–2232, 2004.
[148] A Ott, K Andersen, M E Dewey, L Letenneur, C Brayne, J R M Copeland, J-F Dartgues, P Kragh- Sorensen, A Lobo, J M Martinez-Lage, T Stijnen, A Hofman, L Launer, and the EURODEMincidence research group. Effect of smoking on global cognitive functioning in nondementedelderly. Neurology, 62:920–924, 2004.
[149] M Prince, D Acosta, H Chiu, J Copeland, M E Dewey, M Scazufca, M Varghese, and the 10/66 Dementia Research Group. Effects of education and culture on the validity of the Geriatric MentalState and its AGECAT algorithm. British Journal of Psychiatry, 185:429–436, 2004.
[150] A W Braam, P Delespaul, A T F Beekman, D J H Deeg, K P´ usson, I Meller, M J Prince, F M Reischies, M Roelands, P Saz, R A Schoevers, I Skoog, C Turrina, A Versporten, and J R M Copeland. National context of healthcare, economyand religion and the association between disability and depressive symptoms in older Europeans:results from the EURODEP concerted action. European Journal of Ageing, 1:26–36, 2004.
[151] J Leonardi-Bee, P M W Bath, M-G Bousser, A Davalos, H-C Diener, B Guiraud-Chaumeil, J Sivenius, F Yatsu, M E Dewey, and the Dipyridamole in Stroke Collaboration (DISC). Dipyri-damole for preventing recurrent stroke and other vascular events: a meta–analysis of individualpatient data from randomised controlled trials. Stroke, 36:162–168, 2005.
[152] A W Braam, M J Prince, A T F Beekman, P Delespaul, M E Dewey, R Fuhrer, S W Geerlings, Schoevers, P Saz, I Skoog, C Turrina, A Versporten, and J R M Copeland. Physical health anddepressive symptoms in older Europeans: results from EURODEP. British Journal of Psychiatry,187:35–42, 2005.
[153] C Sackley, P Richardson, K McDonnell, S Ratib, M E Dewey, and H J Hill. The reliability of balance, mobility and self–care measures in a population of adults with a learning disabilityknown to the physiotherapy service. Clinical Rehabilitation, 19:216–223, 2005.
[154] P Miller, J R F Gladman, A Cunliffe, S L Husbands, M E Dewey, and R H Harwood. Economic analysis of an early discharge rehabilitation service for older people. Age and Ageing, 34:274–280,2005.
[155] Y-F Chen, A J Avery, K E Neil, C Johnson, M E Dewey, and I H Stockley. Incidence and possible causes of prescribing potentially hazardous/contraindicated drug combinations in generalpractice. Drug Safety, 28:67–80, 2005.
[156] D Kendrick, R Illingworth, A Woods, K Watts, J Collier, M E Dewey, R Hapgood, and C-M Chen. Promoting child safety in primary care: a cluster randomised controlled trial to reducebaby walker use. British Journal of General Practice, 55:582–588, 2005.
[157] Y-F Chen, K Neil, A Avery, M E Dewey, and C Johnson. Prescribing errors and other problems reported by community pharmacists. Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management, 1:333–342,2005.
[158] R Illingworth, D Kendrick, J Collier, A Woods, K Watts, M E Dewey, and C-M Chen. Factors associated with women’s antenatal plans to use a baby walker: a cross sectional study. HealthEducation Journal, 65:197–210, 2006.
[159] L Larraga, P Saz, M E Dewey, G Marcos, A Lobo, and the ZARADEMP workgroup. Validation of the Spanish version of the EURO–D scale: an instrument for detecting depression in olderpeople. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 21:1199–1205, 2006.
[160] C Brayne, L Gao, M E Dewey, F E Matthews, and Investigators Medical Research Council Cognitive Function and Ageing Study. Dementia before death in ageing societies — the promiseof prevention and the reality. PLoS Medicine, 3(10):e397, 2006.
[161] A N Siriwardena, P Fairchild, S Gibson, T Sach, and M E Dewey. Investigation of the effect of a countrywide protected learning time scheme on prescribing rates of ramipril: interrupted timeseries study. Family Practice, 24:26–33, 2007.
[162] A Mykletun, O Bjerkeset, M E Dewey, M Prince, S Overland, and R Stewart. Anxiety, depression, and cause–specific mortality. The HUNT study. Psychosomatic Medicine, 69:323–331, 2007.
[163] M Prince, C Ferri, D Acosta, E Albanese, R Arizaga, M E Dewey, S I Gavrilova, M Guerra, Y Huang, K S Jacob, E S Krishnamoorthy, P McKeigue, J Ll Rodrigues, A Salas, A L Sosa,R Sousa, R Stewart, and R Uwakwe. The protocols for the 10/66 Dementia Research Grouppopulation–based research programme. BMC Public Health, 7:165, 2007.
[164] F A McDougall, F E Matthews, K Kvaal, M E Dewey, and C Brayne. Prevalence and symp- tomatology of depression in older people living in institutions in England and Wales. Age andAgeing, 36:562–568, 2007.
[165] S L Blay, S B Andreoli, M E Dewey, and F L Gastal. Co–occurrence of chronic physical pain and psychiatric morbidity in a community sample of older people. International Journal of GeriatricPsychiatry, 22:902–908, 2007.
[166] C J Minns Lowe, K Barker, M E Dewey, and C M Sackley. Effectiveness of physiotherapy exercise after knee arthroplasty for osteoarthritis: systematic review and meta–analysis of randomisedcontrolled trials. British Medical Journal, 335:812–815, 2007.
[167] E Castro-Costa, M E Dewey, R Stewart, S Banerjee, F Huppert, C Mendonca-Lima, C Bula, F Reischies, J Wancata, K Ritchie, M Tsolaki, R Mateos, and M Prince. Prevalence of depressivesymptoms and syndromes in later life in ten European countries. British Journal of Psychiatry,191:393–401, 2007.
[168] F A McDougall, K Kvaal, F E Matthews, E Paykel, P B Jones, M E Dewey, C Brayne, and CFAS. Prevalence of depression in older people in England and Wales: the MRC CFAS study.
Psychological Medicine, 37:1787–1795, 2007.
[169] E Castro-Costa, M E Dewey, R Stewart, S Banerjee, F Huppert, C Mendonca-Lima, C Bula, F Reischies, J Wancata, K Ritchie, M Tsolaki, R Mateos, and M Prince. Ascertaining late-lifedepressive symptoms in Europe: an evaluation of the EURO-D scale in 10 nations. The SHAREproject. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research, 17:12–29, 2008.
[170] K Kvaal, F McDougall, C Brayne, F Matthews, and M E Dewey. Co–occurrence of anxiety and depressive disorders in a community sample of older people: results from the MRC CFAS MedicalResearch Council Cognitive Function and Ageing Study). International Journal of GeriatricPsychiatry, 23:229–237, 2008.
[171] J Das-Munshi, D Goldberg, P E Bebbington, D K Bhugra, T S Brugha, M E Dewey, R Jenkins, R Stewart, and M Prince. Public health significance of mixed anxiety and depression: Beyondcurrent classification. British Journal of Psychiatry, 192:171–177, 2008.
[172] A Dias, M E Dewey, J D’Souza, R Dhume, D D Motghare, K S Shaji, R Menon, M Prince, and V Patel. The effectiveness of a home care program for supporting caregivers of persons withdementia in developing countries: a randomised controlled trial from Goa, India. PLoS ONE,3:e2333, 2008.
[173] M J Prince, J Llibre de Rodriguez, L Noriega, A Lopez, D Acosta, E Albanese, R Arizaga, J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, C P Ferri, M Guerra, Y Huang, K S Jacob, E S Krishnamoorthy,P McKeigue, R Sousa, R J Stewart, A Salas, Sosa A L, and R Uwakwe. The 10/66 DementiaResearch Group’s fully operationalised DSM IV dementia computerized diagnostic algorithm,and its criterion validity, compared with that of the 10/66 dementia algorithm, against cliniciandiagnosis: a population validation study. BMC Public Health, 8:219, 2008.
[174] J L L Rodriguez, C P Ferri, D Acosta, M Guerra, Y-Q Huang, K S Jacob, E S Krishnamoorthy, A Salas, A L Sosa, I Acosta, M E Dewey, C Gaona, A T Jotheeswaran, S-R Li, D Rodriguez, G Ro-driguez, P Senthil Kumar, A Valhuerdi, M Prince, and for the 10/66 Dementia Research Group.
Prevalence of dementia in Latin America, India and China. A 10/66 Dementia Research Grouppopulation-based survey. Lancet, 372:464–474, 2008.
[175] C-C Chiu, K-P Su, T-C Cheng, H-C Liu, C-J Chang, M E Dewey, R Stewart, and S-Y Huang. The effects of omega-3 fatty acid monotherapy in Alzheimer’s disease and mild cognitive impairment:a preliminary randomized double-blind placebo-controlled study. Progress in Neuropsychophar-macology and Biological Psychiatry, 32:1538–1544, 2008.
[176] C Hanlon, G Medhin, A Alem, M Araya, A Abdulahi, M Tesfaye, D Wondimagegn, H Taha, B Anbesse, Y Baheretibeb, M E Dewey, and M Prince. Measuring common mental disorders inwomen in Ethiopia: Reliability and construct validity of the comprehensive psychopathologicalrating scale. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 43:653–659, 2008.
[177] C Sackley, N Brittle, S Patel, J Ellins, M Scott, C Wright, and M E Dewey. The prevalence of joint contractures, pressure sores, painful shoulder, other pain, falls, and depression in the yearafter a severely disabling stroke. Stroke, 39:3329–3334, 2008.
[178] A Sumathipala, S Siribaddana, M R N Abeysingha, P De Silva, M E Dewey, M Prince, and A H Mann. Cognitive-behavioural therapy v. structured care for medically unexplained symptoms:Randomised controlled trial. British Journal of Psychiatry, 193:51–59, 2008.
on, M E Dewey, T Ventura, A Martin, G Marcos, C de la C´ Quintanilla, B Quetglas, M Bel, A Barrera, A Lobo, and from the ZARADEMP/NO–COGproject. Prevalence and implications of psychopathological non–cognitive symptoms in dementia.
Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 119:107–116, 2009.
[180] A N Siriwardena, T Apekey, M Tilling, A Harrison, J V Dyas, H C Middleton, R Orner, T Sach, M E Dewey, and Z M Qureshi. Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of an educational interventionfor practice teams to deliver problem focused therapy for insomnia: rationale and design of apilot cluster randomised trial. BMC Family Practice, 10(9), 2009.
[181] C Hanlon, G Medhin, A Alem, F Tesfaye, Z Lakew, B Worku, M E Dewey, M Araya, A Abdulahi, M Hughes, M Tomlinson, V Patel, and M Prince. Impact of antenatal common mental disordersupon perinatal outcomes in Ethiopia: the P–MaMiE population–based cohort study. TropicalMedicine and International Health, 14:156–166, 2009.
[182] S Priebe, I Grappasonni, M Mari, M E Dewey, F Petrelli, and A Costa. Posttraumatic stress disorder six months after an earthquake. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 44:393–397, 2009.
[183] S B Andreoli, W S Ribeiro, M I Quintana, C Guindalini, G Breen, S L Blay, E S F Coutinho, T Harpham, M R Jorge, D R Lara, T A Moriyama, L C Quarantini, A Gadelha, L M P Vilete,M S L Yeh, M Prince, I Figueira, R A Bressan, M F Mello, M E Dewey, C P Ferri, and J JMari. Violence and post-traumatic stress disorder in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: theprotocol for an epidemiological and genetic survey. BMC Psychiatry, 9:34, 2009.
[184] C J Minns Lowe, K Barker, M E Dewey, and C M Sackley.
exercise following hip arthroplasty for osteoarthitis: a systematic review of clinical trials. BMCMusculoskeletal Disorders, 10:98, 2009.
[185] A Mykletun, O Bjerkeset, S Overland, M Prince, M E Dewey, and R Stewart. Levels of anxiety and depression as predictors of mortality, the HUNT study. British Journal of Psychiatry, 195:118–125, 2009.
[186] E Castro-Costa, C Fuzikawa, C P Ferri, E Uchoa, J O A Firmo, M F Lima-Costa, M E Dewey, and R Stewart. Dimensions underlying the Mini–Mental State Examination in a sample with loweducation levels. The Bambu´ı Health and Aging Study (BHAS). American Journal of GeriatricPsychiatry, 17:863–872, 2009.
[187] V C H Chen, H K L Tan, A T A Cheng, C-Y Chen, L-R Liao, R Stewart, M E Dewey, and M Prince. Non–fatal repetition of self-harm: population–based prospective cohort study in Tai-wan. British Journal of Psychiatry, 196:31–35, 2010.
[188] G Medhin, C Hanlon, M E Dewey, A Alem, F Tesfaye, B Worku, M Tomlinson, and M Prince.
Prevalence and predictors of undernutrition among infants aged six and twelve months in Butajira,Ethiopia: The P-MaMiE Birth Cohort. BMC Public Health, 10(27), 2010.
[189] R M Sousa, M E Dewey, D Acosta, A T Jotheeswaran, E Castro-Costa, C P Ferri, M Guerra, Y Huang, K S Jacob, J G R Pichardo, N G Ram´ırez, J L Rodriguez, M C Rodriguez, A Salas,A L Sosa, J Williams, and M J Prince. Measuring disability across cultures — the psychometricproperties of the WHODAS II in older people from seven low– and middle– income countries.
The 10/66 Dementia Research Group population-based survey. International Journal of Methodsin Psychiatric Research, 19:1–17, 2010.
[190] G Medhin, C Hanlon, M E Dewey, A Alem, F Tesfaye, Z Lakew, B Worku, M Araya, A Abdulahi, M Tomlinson, M Hughes, V Patel, and M Prince. The effect of maternal common mental disorders(CMD) on infant undernutrition in Butajira, Ethiopia: The P-MaMiE study. BMC Psychiatry,10(32), 2010.
[191] A W Braam, A T F Beekman, M E Dewey, P A E G Delespaul, M Fichter, A Lobo, H Magn´ es, F M Reischies, M Roelands, P Saz, R A Schoevers, I Skoog, and J R M Copeland.
Depression and parkinsonism in older Europeans: results from the EURODEP concerted action.
International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 25:679–687, 2010.
[192] S Suttajit, S Punpuing, T Jirapramukpitak, K Tangchonlatip, N Darawuttimaprakorn, R Stewart, M E Dewey, M Prince, and M A Abas. Impairment, disability, social support and depressionamong older parents in rural Thailand. Psychological Medicine, 40:1711–1721, 2010.
[193] C Servili, G Medhin, C Hanlon, M Tomlinson, B Worku, Y Baheretibeb, M E Dewey, A Alem, and M Prince. Postnatal common mental disorders and infant development: the P–MaMiE BirthCohort, Ethiopia. BMC Public Health, 10(693), 2010.
[194] J Das-Munshi, L Becares, M E Dewey, S A Stansfield, and M J Prince. Understanding the ethnic density effect on mental health: multi–level investigation of survey data from England. BritishMedical Journal, 341(c5367), 2010.
[195] C Hanlon, G Medhin, A Alem, M Araya, A Abdulahi, M Tomlinson, M Hughes, V Patel, M E Dewey, and M Prince. Sociocultural practices in Ethiopia: association with onset and persistenceof postnatal common mental disorders. British Journal of Psychiatry, 197:468–475, 2010.
[196] V C H Chen, H K L Tan, C-Y Chen, T H H Chen, L-R Liao, C T C Lee, M E Dewey, R Stewart, M Prince, and A T A Cheng. Mortality and suicide after self-harm: community cohort study inTaiwan. British Journal of Psychiatry, 198:31–36, 2011.
[197] M Prince, D Acosta, A D Dangour, R Uauy, M Guerra, Y Huang, K S Jacob, J J Llibre Ro- driguez, A Salas, A L Sosa, J D Williams, I Acosta, E Albanese, M E Dewey, C P Ferri, R Stewart,C Gaona, A T Jotheeswaran, P S Kumar, S Li, J C Llibre Guerra, D Rodriguez, and G Rodriguez.
Leg length, skull circumference, and the prevalence of dementia in low and middle income coun-tries: a 10/66 population–based cross sectional survey. International Psychogeriatrics, 23:202–213, 2011.
[198] J Ross, C Hanlon, G Medhin, A Alem, F Tesfaye, B Worku, M E Dewey, V Patel, and M Prince.
Perinatal mental distress and infant morbidity in Ethiopia: a cohort study. Archives of Diseasein Childhood Fetal and Neonatal Edition, 96:F59–F64, 2011.
[199] E Castro-Costa, M E Dewey, C P Ferri, E Uchˆ oa, J O A Firmo, F L Rocha, M Prince, M F Lima- Costa, and R Stewart. Association between sleep duration and all–cause mortality in old age:9–year follow–up of the Bambu´ı Cohort Study, Brazil. Journal of Sleep Research, 20:303–310,2011.
[200] S Banerjee, J Hellier, M E Dewey, R Romeo, C Ballard, R Baldwin, P Bentham, C Fox, C Holmes, C Katona, M Knapp, C Lawton, J Lindesay, G Livingston, N McCrae, E Moniz-Cook, J Murray,S Nurock, M Orrell, J O’Brien, M Poppe, A Thomas, R Walwyn, K Wilson, and A Burns. Studyof the use of anti–depressants for depression in dementia: the HTA–SADD Trial — a multicentrerandomised double–blind, placebo–controlled trial of the clinical effectiveness of sertraline andmirtazapine. Lancet, 378:403–411, 2011.
oa, J O A Firmo, M F Lima-Costa, and R Stewart. Trajectories of cognitive decline over 10 years in a Brazilian elderly population: the Bambu´ı Cohort Study ofAging. Cadernos de Sa´ ublica, 27 Supp 3:S345–S350, 2011.
[202] A L Sosa, E Albanese, B C M Stephan, M E Dewey, D Acosta, C P Ferri, M Guerra, Y Huang, K S azquez, J J Libre Rodriguez, A Salas, J Williams, I Acosta, M Gonz´ Viruet, M A Guerra Hernandez, L Shuran, M J Prince, and R Stewart. Prevalence, distribu-tion and impact of mild cognitive impairment in Latin America, China and India — a 10/66population–based study. PLoS Medicine, 9(2):e1001170, 2012.
[203] C-C Chiu, S Frangou, C-J Chang, W-C Chiu, H-C Liu, I-W Sun, S-I Liu, M-L Lu, C-H Chen, S-Y Huang, M E Dewey, and R Stewart. Associations between n-3 PUFA concentrations andcognitive function after recovery from late–life depression. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition,95:420–427, 2012.
[204] M Calem, J Bisla, A Begum, M E Dewey, P E Bebbington, T Brugha, C Cooper, R Jenkins, J Lindesay, S McManus, H Meltzer, N Spiers, S Weich, and R Stewart. Increased prevalence ofinsomnia and changes in hypnotics use in England over 15 years: analysis of the 1993, 2000 and2007 National Psychiatric Morbidity Surveys. Sleep, 35:377–384, 2012.
[205] V Senturk, C Hanlon, G Medhin, M E Dewey, M Araya, A Alem, Prince M, and R Stewart.
Impact of perinatal somatic and common mental disorder symptoms on functioning in Ethiopianwomen: the P–MaMiE population–based cohort study. Journal of Affective Disorders, 136:340–349, 2012.
[206] M Prince, D Acosta, C P Ferri, M Guerra, Y Huang, J J Libre Rodriguez, A Salas, A L Sosa, J D Williams, M E Dewey, I Acosta, A T Jotheeswaran, and Z Liu. Dementia incidence andmortality in middle–income countries, and associations with indicators of cognitive reserve: a10/66 Dementia Research Group population–based cohort study. Lancet, 380:50–58, 2012.
ecares, J E Boydell, M E Dewey, C Morgan, S Stansfeld, and M J Prince.
Ethnic density as a buffer for psychotic experiences: findings from a national survey (EMPIRIC).
British Journal of Psychiatry, 201:282–290, 2012.
[208] S-I Wu, S-C Chen, J M M Juang, C-K Fang, S-I Liu, F-J Sun, K-L Kao, M E Dewey, M J Prince, and R Stewart. Association between schizophrenia and bipolar disorder with diagnos-tic procedures, revascularization, and inpatient mortality following acute myocardial infarction.
Psychosomatic Medicine, 75:52–59, 2013.
[209] R Romeo, M Knapp, J Hellier, M E Dewey, C Ballard, R Baldwin, P Bentham, A Burns, C Fox, C Holmes, C Katona, C Lawton, J Lindesay, G Livingston, N McCrae, E Moniz-Cook,J Murray, S Nurock, J O’Brien, M Poppe, A Thomas, R Walwyn, K Wilson, and S Banerjee.
Cost effectiveness analyses for mirtazapine and sertraline in dementia: randomised controlledtrial. British Journal of Psychiatry, 202:121–128, 2013.
[210] J Das-Munshi, C Clark, M E Dewey, G Leavey, S Stansfeld, and M J Prince. Does childhood adversity account for poorer mental and physical health in second–generation Irish people livingin Britain? Birth cohort study from Britain (NCDS). BMJ Open, 3(e001335), 2013.
[211] S Banerjee, J Hellier, R Romeo, M E Dewey, M Knapp, C Ballard, R Baldwin, P Bentham, C Fox, C Holmes, C Katona, C Lawton, J Lindesay, G Livingston, N McCrae, E Moniz-Cook,J Murray, S Nurock, M Orrell, J O’Brien, M Poppe, A Thomas, R Walwyn, K Wilson, andA Burns. Study of the use of anti–depressants for depression in dementia: the HTA–SADD Trial— a multicentre randomised double–blind, placebo–controlled trial of the clinical effectivenessand cost effectiveness of sertraline and mirtazapine. Health Technology Assessment, 17(7), 2013.
[212] S-J Yang, R Stewart, J-M Kim, S-W Kim, I-S Shin, M E Dewey, S Maskey, and J-S Yoon.
Differences in predictors of traditional and cyber–bullying: a 2–year longitudinal study in Koreanschool children. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 22:309–318, 2013.
[213] W S Ribeiro, J de J Mari, M I Quintana, Dewey M E, S Evans-Lacko, M P Vilete, I Figueira, R A o de Mello, M Prince, C P Ferri, E S F Coutinho, and S B Andreoli. The impact of epidemic violence on the prevalence of psychiatric disorders in Sao Paulo and Rio Janeiro,Brazil. PLoS ONE, 8(5):e63545, 2013.
[214] S Beards, C Gayer-Anderson, S Borges, M E Dewey, H L Fisher, and C Morgan. Life events and psychosis: a review and meta–analysis. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 39:740–747, 2013.
[215] K-S Choi, R Stewart, and M E Dewey. Participation in productive activities and depression among older Europeans: Survey of Health, Ageing, and Retirement in Europe (SHARE). InternationalJournal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 28:1157–1165, 2013.
[216] C Taylor, T Tilin, N Chaturvedi, M E Dewey, C P Ferri, A Hughes, M Prince, M Richards, A Shah, and R Stewart. Mid–life hypertensive status and cognitive function 20 years later: theSouthall and Brent Revisited study. Journal of the American Geriatics Society, 61:1489–1498,2013.
[217] V C H Chen, J-Y Chou, T-C Hsieh, H-J Chang, C T C Lee, M E Dewey, R Stewart, and H K L Tan. Risk and predictors of suicide and non–suicide mortaity following non–fatal self–harm inNorthern Taiwan. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 48:1621–1627, 2013.
[218] A O Adewuya, C Hanlon, G Medhin, M E Dewey, A Alem, B Worku, and M Prince. Perinatal common mental disorders and child survival in Ethiopia. Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health,50:57–63, 2014.
[219] A N Siriwardena, D Shaw, N Essam, F J Togher, Z Davy, A Spaight, and M E Dewey. The effect of a national quality improvement collaborative on prehospital care for acute myocardialinfarction and stroke in England. Implementation Science, 9(17), 2014.
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[2] M E Dewey. A system for handling questionnaires. In DECUS UK Proceedings 1983, pages 69–74, [3] M E Dewey. Computers: decision-making: clinical psychology. In E Karas, editor, Advances in clinical psychology, pages 135–146. Plenum, New York, 1983.
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[5] N Wood, J R M Copeland, D M Forshaw, M S Muthu, R Abed, V K Sharma, and M E Dewey.
The early detection of dementia: initial findings from a longitudinal study. In D B Bromley, editor,Gerontology: Social and Behavioural perspectives, pages 14–19. Croom Helm, London, 1984.
[6] J R M Copeland, D M Forshaw, and M E Dewey. A review of a standardised mental state examination and computer assisted psychiatric diagnoses for use in research with the communityelderly. In D B Bromley, editor, Gerontology: Social and Behavioural perspectives, pages 29–35.
Croom Helm, London, 1984.
[7] M E Dewey. Improving the programming language environment. In DECUS UK Proceedings 1985, [8] N Wood, J R M Copeland, R T Searle, C McWilliam, M E Dewey, D M Forshaw, V K Sharma, P A Saunders, J Collins, and C Clulow. Progress towards the elucidation of early dementia: acommunity study. In A Butler, editor, Ageing: recent advances and creative responses, pages227–240. Croom Helm, London, 1985.
[9] J R M Copeland and M E Dewey. Differential diagnosis: depression versus dementia. In J Traber and W H Gispen, editors, Senile dementia of the Alzheimer type, pages 72–83. Springer Verlag,Berlin, 1985.
[10] M E Dewey. What tools does the programmer require? In Proceedings of the Digital Equipment Computer Users Society: Europe 1985, pages 193–198, 1985.
[11] J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, and H M Griffiths-Jones. A standardised assessment of mental state and diagnosis in the elderly: GMS and AGECAT. In P E Bebbington and R Jacoby, editors,Psychiatric disorders in the elderly, pages 129–136. Mental Health Foundation, London, 1986.
[12] M E Dewey, J R M Copeland, and H M Griffiths-Jones. The computerisation of AGECAT. In P E Bebbington and R Jacoby, editors, Psychiatric disorders in the elderly, pages 137–142. MentalHealth Foundation, London, 1986.
[13] J R M Copeland, I A Davidson, and M E Dewey. The prevalence and outcome of anxious depression in elderly people aged 65 and over living in the community. In G Rascagni and E Smeraldi, editors,Anxious Depression assessment and treatment, pages 43–47. Raven, New York, 1987.
[14] M E Dewey and A G Harding. Statistical software and the user interface. In H-J Bullinger and B Shackel, editors, Human-computer interaction - INTERACT 87, pages 85–88. North-Holland,Amsterdam, 1987.
[15] C McWilliam, J R M Copeland, and M E Dewey. The development of the Geriatric Mental State examination and Organic-Depression Index as a case finding instrument. In S di Gregorio, editor,Social Gerontology: New Directions, pages 217–223. Croom Helm, London, 1987.
[16] I A Davidson, J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, V K Sharma, P A Saunders, C Sullivan, C McWilliam, L M Voruganti, and S V Manohar. The Liverpool study of continuing health in the community:progress with the year 3 study. In S di Gregorio, editor, Social Gerontology: New Directions, pages224–231. Croom Helm, London, 1987.
[17] J R M Copeland and M E Dewey. The computer assisted systems. In T Hovaguimian, S Henderson, Z Khachaturian, and J Orley, editors, Classification and diagnosis of Alzheimer disease, pages 87–94. Hogrefe and Huber, Toronto, 1989.
[18] J R M Copeland, I A Davidson, C D Neal, M E Dewey, and C McWilliam. Depression versus dementia: further evidence from the Liverpool outcome studies. In M Bergener and B Reisberg,editors, Diagnosis and treatment of senile dementia, pages 63–72. Springer Verlag, Berlin, 1989.
[19] M E Dewey. Statistical issues in case-finding studies. In M E Dewey, J R M Copeland, and A Hofman, editors, Case finding for dementia in epidemiological studies, pages 95–99. Institute ofHuman Ageing, Liverpool, 1990.
[20] I A Davidson, J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, V K Sharma, P A Saunders, C Sullivan, C McWilliam, and L M P Voruganti. The Mini-mental State as a screening test for dementia: how useful is it ina community sample? In M E Dewey, J R M Copeland, and A Hofman, editors, Case finding fordementia in epidemiological studies, pages 7–13. Institute of Human Ageing, Liverpool, 1990.
[21] J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, I A Davidson, P A Saunders, A Scott, and B A Larkin. AGECAT and GMS in the assessment of incidence prevalence and outcome of the dementias in the Liv-erpool longitudinal community study. In K Hasegawa and A Homma, editors, Psychogeriatrics:biomedical and social advances, pages 35–39. Excerpta Medica, Amsterdam, 1990.
[22] P A Saunders, J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, A Scott, and B A Larkin. International comparative studies of dementia: the new collaborative epidemiological study in Liverpool UK. In C N Stefanis,C R Soldatos, and A D Rabavilas, editors, Psychiatry: a world perspective Vol 4, pages 138–142.
Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1990.
[23] J R M Copeland, M E Dewey, I A Davidson, P A Saunders, and V K Sharma. Clinical assessment of Alzheimer’s disease for research. In C N Stefanis, C R Soldatos, and A D Rabavilas, editors,Proceedings of the World Congress of Psychiatry Vol 1, pages 784–790. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1990.
[24] M E Dewey. Report on the workshop: case finding for dementia. In M E Dewey, J R M Copeland, and A Hofman, editors, Case finding for dementia in epidemiological studies, pages 113–116.
Institute of Human Ageing, Liverpool, 1990.
[25] D Smith, D Chadwick, G A Baker, G Davis, and M E Dewey. Quality of life and reduction in seizure severity produced by lamotrigine. In Richens A, editor, Clinical update on lamotrigine: anovel antiepileptic agent, pages 43–52. Wells Medical, Chapel Place, 1992.
[26] M E Dewey. Mortality and mental disorders. In J R M Copeland, M T Abou-Saleh, and Blazer. D G, editors, The Psychiatry of Old Age: An International Textbook, pages 157–160. Wiley, Chich-ester, 1994.
[27] G A Baker, A Jacoby, D Smith, M E Dewey, A L Johnson, and D Chadwick. Quality of life in epilepsy: the Liverpool initiative. In M R Trimble and W E Dodson, editors, Epilepsy and Qualityof Life, chapter 10, pages 135–150. Raven Press, New York, 1994.
[28] M E Dewey. Sampling: a British perspective. In Ageing, Health and Competence, pages 33–36.
European Research Institute on Health and Ageing, Amsterdam, June 1996.
[29] M E Dewey. Bonferroni, Carlo Emilio. In P Armitage and T Colton, editors, Encyclopaedia of Biostatistics, pages 420–421. Wiley, Chichester, 1998.
[30] M E Dewey. Gerontology and geriatric medicine. In P Armitage and T Colton, editors, Ency- clopaedia of Biostatistics, pages 1716–1717. Wiley, Chichester, 1998.
[31] M E Dewey and E Seneta. Bonferroni, Carlo Emilio. In C C Heyde and E Seneta, editors, Statisticians of the centuries, pages 411–414. Springer, New York, 2001.
[32] M E Dewey and P Saz. Dementia, depression and mortality in persons aged 65 and over living in the community: a systematic review of the literature. In B Vellas, L J Fitten, B Winblad, H Feldman,M Grundman, E Giacobini, and A Kurz, editors, Research and practice in Alzheimer’s disease,volume 6, pages 213–218. Serdi Edition, Paris, 2002.
[33] M E Dewey. Statistical methods in psychiatric epidemiology 1: a statistician’s perspective. In M Prince, R Stewart, T Ford, and M Hotopf, editors, Practical psychiatric epidemiology, chap-ter 14, pages 255–273. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2003.
[34] M E Dewey and M J Prince. Mental health. In A B¨ enbach, J Siegrist, and G Weber, editors, Health, ageing and retirement in Europe. First resultsfrom the survey of health, ageing and retirement in Europe, pages 108–117. Mannheim ResearchInstitute for the Economics of Aging, Mannheim, 2005.
[35] M E Dewey and M J Prince. Cognitive function. In A B¨ J Mackenbach, J Siegrist, and G Weber, editors, Health, ageing and retirement in Europe. Firstresults from the survey of health, ageing and retirement in Europe, pages 118–125. MannheimResearch Institute for the Economics of Aging, Mannheim, 2005.
[36] M Prince, N Glozier, R Sousa, and M E Dewey. Measuring disability across physical, mental and cognitive disorders. In D A Regier, W E Narrow, E A Kuhl, and D J Kupfer, editors, Theconceptual evolution of DSM–5, pages 189–227. American Psychiatric Publishing Inc, Washington,DC, 2010.
[37] M E Dewey. Commentary on ‘Subjective well–being in older adults: current state and gaps of research’ Ferring and Boll. In L Bovenberg, van Soest A, and A Zaidi, editors, Ageing, health andpensions in Europe. An economic and social policy perspective, pages 206–209. Palgrave Macmillan,Basingstoke, 2010.
Technical notes, letters, abstracts, and other briefjournal contributions [1] M E Dewey and G M Stephenson. Attitudes and perceived attitudes - an industrial field-study.
Bulletin of the British Psychological Society, 35:A6, 1982.
[2] D R Rutter and M E Dewey. Looking, eye-contact and chance - a reply. British Journal of Social [3] M E Dewey. ASR54 remark on AS169 an improved algorithm for scatter plots. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C, 33(3):370–372, 1984.
[4] M E Dewey. New lamps for old. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C, 33(1):75–76, [5] M E Dewey. Linear relation between a pair of correlated variables. Bulletin of the British Psycho- [6] M E Dewey. ASR60 a remark on AS112: Exact distributions derived from 2-way tables. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C, 35(1):86–88, 1986.
[7] M E Dewey. Correction AS205 Enumeration of R by C table with repeated row totals. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C, 35:88, 1986.
[8] M E Dewey. Interact 87. Newsletter of the Maths, Stats and Computing Section of the British Psychological Society, pages 13–14, Winter 1987.
[9] M E Dewey. ASR81 - a remark on algorithm AS131 - tabulating frequency distributions for variables with structured code sets. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series C, 38(3):582–582, 1989.
[10] I Davidson, M E Dewey, and J Copeland. Cognitive impairment and early death in the elderly.
British Medical Journal, 300(6725):681, 1990.
[11] M E Dewey and J R M Copeland. Designing a computerised diagnostic system. Newsletter of the Maths, Stats and Computing Section of the British Psychological Society, pages 13–14, Summer1990.
[12] M E Dewey. Community-based studies of survival in dementia. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, [13] M Evans, M E Dewey, and J Copeland. Depression in the elderly in the community – effect of physical illness and selected social-factors – reply. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry,7(6):458, 1992.
[14] M E Dewey, J R M Copeland, and P A Saunders. What is the incidence of conversion pseudode- mentia? British Journal of Psychiatry, 162:125–126, 1993.
[15] M E Dewey. Secrecy not the answer. British Medical Journal, 306(6886):1201, 1993.
[16] M E Dewey. Dementia case registers. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 8(8):698–699, [17] M E Dewey. Fisher’s exact test considered harmful. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series [18] J R M Copeland, P A Saunders, M E Dewey, and A Scott. The prevalence of schizophrenia and paranoid disorders in older age. Schizophrenia Research, 11(2):100–101, 1994.
[19] M E Dewey. What not to teach? Newsletter of the Maths, Stats and Computing Section of the British Psychological Society, pages 24–25, 1994.
[20] M E Dewey. What does the statistical referee look for? A personal view. Education for General [21] M E Dewey. Contribution to discussion of paper by Clayton et al. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series B, 60(1):94–95, 1998.
[22] M E Dewey and J R M Copeland. Dementia in centenarians. International Journal of Geriatric [23] M E Dewey. Contribution to discussion of paper by Fayers and Hand. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A, 165:257, 2002.
[24] J R M Copeland, M Prince, K C M Wilson, M E Dewey, J Payne, and B Gurland. The Geriatric Mental State Examination in the 21st century. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry,17:729–732, 2002.
[25] A Bowen, Lincoln. N B, and M E Dewey. Spatial neglect: is rehabilitation effective? [26] J R M Copeland, A T F Beekman, A W Braam, M E Dewey, P Delespaul, R Fuhrer, C Hooijer, usson, A Mann, I Meller, M J Prince, F Reischies, M Roelands, I Skoog, C Turrina, M W DeVries, and K C M Wilson. Depression among olderpeople in Europe: the EURODEP studies. World Psychiatry, 3:45–49, 2004.
[27] M Watson, D Kendrick, A Woods, and M E Dewey. Measuring contamination in an injury preven- tion randomised controlled trial. International Journal of Injury Control and Safety Promotion,12:197–199, 2005.
[28] M E Dewey. Statistician’s view. Age and Ageing, 43:115, 2014.
[1] A Hofman and the EURODEM Prevalence Research Group. The prevalence of dementia in Europe: a collaborative study of 1980-1990 findings. International Journal of Epidemiology, 20:736–748,1991.
[2] W A Rocca and the EURODEM Prevalence Research Group.
Alzheimer’s disease in Europe: a collaborative study of 1980-1990 findings. Annals of Neurology,30:381–390, 1991.
[3] W A Rocca and the EURODEM Prevalence Research Group. The prevalence of vascular dementia in Europe: facts and fragments from 1980-1990 studies. Annals of Neurology, 30:817–824, 1991.
[4] C Chadwick and the MRC Multicentre Cognitive Function and Ageing Study. The MRC multi- centre study of cognitive function and ageing: a EURODEM incidence study in progress. Neu-roepidemiology, 11:S37–S43, 1992.
[5] The Medical Research Council Cognitive Function and Ageing Study (MRC CFAS). Cognitive function and dementia in six areas of England and Wales: the distribution of MMSE and prevalenceof GMS organicity level in the MRC CFA Study. Psychological Medicine, 28:319–335, 1998.
[6] The Medical Research Council Cognitive Function and Ageing Study. The description of activities of daily living in five centres in England and Wales. Age and Ageing, 27(5):605–613, 1998.
[7] The Medical Research Council Cognitive Function and Ageing Study (MRC CFAS) and Resource Implications Study (RIS MRC CFAS). Profile of disability in elderly people: estimates from alongitudinal population study. British Medical Journal, 318:1108–1111, 1999.
[8] A E R Drummond, C J Parker, and on behalf of the TOTAL Study Group. Multicentre trials: planning and achieving TOTAL. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 63:476–480, 2000.
[9] The Medical Research Council Cognitive Function and Ageing Study (MRC CFAS). Health and ill-health in the older population in England and Wales. Age and Ageing, 30:53–62, 2001.
[10] M Prince, D Acosta, H Chiu, M Scazufca, M Varghese, and the 10/66 Dementia Research Group.
Dementia diagnosis in developing countries: a cross-cultural validation study. Lancet, 361:909–917,2003.
[11] The 10/66 Dementia Research Group. Behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia in developing countries. International Psychogeriatrics, 16:441–459, 2004.
[12] F Matthews, C Brayne, and Medical Research Council Cognitive Function and Ageing Study Investigators. The incidence of dementia in England and Wales: findings from the five identicalsites of the MRC CFA Study. PLoS Medicine, 2:e193, 2005.
1Group publications where I was a member of the writing committee are included elsewhere as appropriate, these are ones where I was a member only of the study group. MRC-CFAS has producedother publications in which my intellectual contribution has been less, and I have not included themhere. This includes the neuropathology study and the resource implications study [13] J Xie, C Brayne, F E Matthews, and the Medical Research Council Cognitive function and Ageing Study collaborators. Survival times in people with dementia: analysis from population basedcohort study with 14 year follow–up. British Medical Journal, 336:258–262, 2008.
[1] M A Cormack, R G Owens, and M E Dewey. Reducing benzodiazepine consumption. Springer-Verlag, [2] M E Dewey, J R M Copeland, and A Hofman, editors. Case finding for dementia in epidemiological studies. Institute of Human Ageing, Liverpool, 1990.

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