Research Studies

Cognitive and Psychiatric Predictors of Parkinson’s Disease

A research study to examine the extent and nature of the categorization learning deficits in individuals with Parkinson’s Disease (PD) and how such deficits are predictive of current and future changes in cognition, psychiatric functioning, and motor symptoms.

Recruitment of individuals with PD and healthy control subjects is ongoing.

To inquire about participation in our study, please contact our research associates at 858-552-8585 ext. 5593

Cognitive Rehabilitation for Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease and Cognitive Impairment

A research study to find out more about the effectiveness of a cognitive training group intervention that provides education about cognitive, physical, and emotional changes associated with PD and teaches strategies to improve cognitive skills, including attention, learning and memory, and problem-solving. The purpose of this study is to see how a ten-week cognitive training course impacts thinking, mood, and quality of life in individuals who have PD with cognitive impairment.

Recruitment of individuals with PD and mild cognitive impairment is ongoing.

To inquire about participation in our study, please contact our research associates at 858-552-8585 ext. 5593