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Year 2000

ARTICLES:

  1. Holmes, D. & Teresi, J. (2000).  Personnel costs in special dementia care units compared with costs on traditional care units. Research and Practice in Alzheimer's Disease, 4, 199-216.

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  2. Holmes, D., Teresi, J. & Kong, J. (2000). Service inputs and costs of care related outcomes among cognitively–impaired nursing home residents.  Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics, 3, 121-127.

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  3. Holmes, D., Teresi, J. & Ory, M. (2000). Editorial: Special Care Units for people with cognitive impairment, including Alzheimer's disease and related disorders: An overview.  Research and Practice in Alzheimer's Disease, 4, 1-17.

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  4.  Holmes, D., Teresi, J. & Ory, M. (Eds.) (2000).  Research and Practice in Alzheimer's Disease

    (Special edition dealing solely with dementia special care).

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  5. Leon, J. & Teresi, J. (2000).  A demographic profile of nursing home residents suspected of having dementia with confirmed cognitive impairment:  Findings from the National Institute on Aging Special Care Unit Initiative. Research and Practice in Alzheimer's Disease, 4, 105-116.

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  6. Liu, X., Teresi, J. & Waternaux,C.  (2000). Modelling the decline pattern in functional measures from a prevalent cohort study. Statistics in Medicine, 19, 1593-1606.

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  7. Mezey, M., Teresi, J., Ramsey, G., Mitty, E. & Bobrowitz, T. (2000).  Decision-making capacity to execute a health care proxy:  Development and testing of   guidelines.  Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 48, 179-187.

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  8. Holmes, D., and Ramirez, M. (2000) Models for Individuals with Alzheimer Disease    Beyond the Special Care Framework. Journal of Social Work in Long Term Care, Vol. 7;13-18.

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  9. Silver, S. & Albert, S.M. (2000).  Dementia and food exchange in nursing home dining areas. The Journal of Applied Gerontology, 19(4), 476-483.

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  10. Ramirez, M., Ford, M. & Stewart, A.  (2000).  Measurement and methodological issues in minority  aging research.  The Behavioral Measurement Letter.  7,1,13-18.

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  11. Teresi, J., Holmes, D. & Ory, M. (2000). Commentary: The therapeutic designs of environments for people with dementia:  Further reflections and recent findings from the National Institute on Aging Collaborative Studies of Dementia Special Care Units. The Gerontologist, 40, 417-421.  

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  12. Teresi, J., Kleinman, M. & Ocepek-Welikson, K. (2000). Modern psychometric methods for detection of differential item functioning: Application to cognitive assessment measures. Statistics in Medicine, 19, 1651-1683.

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  13. Teresi, J., Kleinman, M., Ocepek-Welikson, K., Ramirez, M., Gurland, B., Lantigua, R. & Holmes, D. (2000).  Applications of item response theory to the examination of the psychometric properties and Differential Item Functioning of the Comprehensive Assessment and Referral Evaluation Dementia Diagnostic Scale among samples of Latino, African-American, and White Non-Latino elderly.  Research on Aging, 22, 738-773.

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  14. Teresi, J., Morris, J., Mattis, S. & Reisberg, B. (2000).  Cognitive impairment among SCU and non-SCU residents in the United States :  Prevalence estimates from the National Institute on Aging Collaborative Studies of Special Care Units for Alzheimer's Disease.  Research and Practice in Alzheimer's Disease 4, 117-138.

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BOOKS & CHAPTERS IN BOOKS:

  1. Teresi, J., Abrams, R. & Holmes, D. (2000). Measurement of depression and depression recognition individuals with cognitive impairment. In S. Albert and R. Logsdon. Assessing Quality of Life in Alzheimer's Disease. New York: Springer.

  2. Teresi, J., Holmes, D. & Ory, M. (2000). Assessing quality of care among chronic care populations: Conceptual and modeling issues. In Rubenstein, R. (Ed.). The many Dimensions of Aging. New York City: Springer.

  3. Teresi, J. & Roberto, K.A. (2000). Brief Bibliography: A selected annotated bibliography for gerontological instruction: Older persons and the family. Washington, DC: Association for Gerontology and Higher Education.


 

PRESENTATIONS AT SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS:

  1. Holmes, D. & Teresi, J. (2000). Behavioral finding, measures, and clinical approaches with respect to dementia care. Formal Interest Group at the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Washington, DC.
  2. Holmes, D., Teresi, J. & Kong, J. (2000). A comparison of special care units (SCUs) with traditional units: Monetized service inputs and behavioral outcomes. Fifth Workshop on Costs and Assessment in Psychiatry: The Value of Psychiatry-Economic and Health Policy Implications. The University of Chicago.
  3. Teresi, J., Ocepek-Welikson, K., Ramirez, M., Gurland, B., Lantigua, R. & Holmes D. (2000). Associates in psychometric properties of the Care Dementia Diagnostic Scale: A cross-validation using item response theory. 53rd Annual Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Washington, DC.

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