Alzheimre's Disease :
International Journal of Neurorehabilitation (IJN) publishes the results of studies in: behavior, biochemistry, genetics, molecular biology, pharmacology, physiology, protein chemistry, neurology, neuropathology, psychiatry, geriatrics, neuropsychology, epidemiology, sociology, health services research, health economics, political science and public policy. Content emphasizes interdisciplinary investigations, integrative/translational articles, related to: etiology, risk factors, early detection, disease modifying interventions, prevention of dementia and applications of new technologies in health services.
International Journal of Neurorehabilitation (IJN) publishes patient non-motor symptoms and quality of life and carer depression consistently predicted psychosocial outcomes. Carer involvement and protective factors (e.g. social support, personality) demonstrated promising findings. Demographics and disease factors were consistently found not to be predictors. Confident conclusions could not be drawn regarding the most important predictors. Future research should build upon psychological theory to improve understanding.