Browsing publications by Dr John-Paul Taylor

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Professor John O'Brien
Professor Ian McKeith
Dr Louise Robinson
Dr John-Paul Taylor
Professor Alan Thomas
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Clinical practice with anti-dementia drugs: A revised (third) consensus statement from the British Association for Psychopharmacology2017
Professor Ian McKeith
Dr John-Paul Taylor
Dr Dag Aarsland
Professor Johannes Attems
Professor David Burn
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Diagnosis and management of dementia with Lewy bodies: Fourth consensus report of the DLB Consortium2017
Dr Xenia Kobeleva
Dr Michael Firbank
Dr Luis Peraza Rodriguez
Dr Peter Gallagher
Professor Alan Thomas
et al.
Divergent functional connectivity during attentional processing in Lewy body dementia and Alzheimer’s disease2017
Dr Luis Peraza Rodriguez
Dr Rachael Lawson
Dr Gordon Duncan
Dr Alison Yarnall
Dr Michael Firbank
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Intra- and inter-network functional alterations in Parkinson's disease with mild cognitive impairment2017
Dr Michael Firbank
Professor John O'Brien
Dr John-Paul Taylor
Long reaction times are associated with delayed brain activity in lewy body dementia2017
Dr Daniel Erskine
Professor Alan Thomas
Dr John-Paul Taylor
Michael Savage
Professor Johannes Attems
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Neuronal Loss and Α-Synuclein Pathology in the Superior Colliculus and Its Relationship to Visual Hallucinations in Dementia with Lewy Bodies.2017
Dr Kirsty McAleese
Dr Lauren Walker
Mary Johnson
Dr Daniel Erskine
Dr Sean Colloby
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Parietal white matter lesions in Alzheimer's disease are associated with cortical neurodegenerative pathology, but not with small vessel disease2017
Dr John-Paul Taylor
Psychosis in parkinsonism: an unorthodox approach2017
Dr Daniel Erskine
Professor Alan Thomas
Professor Johannes Attems
Dr John-Paul Taylor
Professor Ian McKeith
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Specific patterns of neuronal loss in the pulvinar nucleus in dementia with Lewy bodies2017
Dr Paul Donaghy
Nicola Barnett
Kirsty Olsen
Dr John-Paul Taylor
Professor Ian McKeith
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Symptoms associated with Lewy body disease in mild cognitive impairment2017
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