Angeliki Tsapanou

Affiliations: 
Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, NY, United States 
Area:
aging, sleep, dementia, cognition
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Tsapanou A, Habeck C, Gazes Y, et al. (2019) Brain biomarkers and cognition across adulthood. Human Brain Mapping
Sweeney M, Tsapanou A, Stern Y. (2019) Regional cortical thickness and neuroticism across the lifespan. Psychiatry Research. Neuroimaging. 286: 39-44
Mamalaki E, Tsapanou A, Anastasiou CA, et al. (2019) Associations between sleep and obesity indices in older adults: results from the HELIAD study. Aging Clinical and Experimental Research
Anastasiou CA, Yannakoulia M, Kontogianni MD, et al. (2018) Mediterranean Lifestyle in Relation to Cognitive Health: Results from the HELIAD Study. Nutrients. 10
Tsapanou A, Vlachos GS, Cosentino S, et al. (2018) Sleep and subjective cognitive decline in cognitively healthy elderly: Results from two cohorts. Journal of Sleep Research
Mamalaki E, Anastasiou CA, Ntanasi E, et al. (2018) Associations between the mediterranean diet and sleep in older adults: Results from the hellenic longitudinal investigation of aging and diet study. Geriatrics & Gerontology International
Gazes Y, Li P, Sun E, et al. (2018) Age specificity in fornix-to-hippocampus association. Brain Imaging and Behavior
Li P, Tsapanou A, Qolamreza RR, et al. (2017) White matter integrity mediates decline in age-related inhibitory control. Behavioural Brain Research
Tsapanou A, Gu Y, O'Shea D, et al. (2016) Self-Reported Sleep Disordered Breathing as Risk Factor for Mortality in the Elderly. Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases : the Official Journal of National Stroke Association
O'Shea DM, Dotson VM, Fieo RA, et al. (2015) Older adults with poor self-rated memory have less depressive symptoms and better memory performance when perceived self-efficacy is high. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry
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