Dr Wolverson welcomes applications in the application of positive psychology to dementia care.
Bartels, L. (2017) The role of hope in sustaining caregiving in dementia.
Conway, L (2018) Resilience in people with dementia and their caregivers.
Adams, J. (2018) Mindfulness and Meditation Interventions in Dementia: Experiences, Adaptations and Effects on Well-being.
Sweeny, L (2019) Shared experiences of making digital life stories in dementia dyads.
Lowe, S (2020) Dark Humour in dementia.
Pearson, M. (2017). The experience of gratitude in dementia: A pilot study of a gratitude intervention
Bartels, L. (2017). The role of hope in sustaining caregiving in dementia
Cowell, C. (2016). An exploration of the impact of the care home transition on love in dementia relationships
Heap, C. (2016). Intensive Interaction in severe dementia: making meaning with staff caregivers
Buggins, S. (2016). Resilience in older adults with a diagnosis of dementia
Smithson-Evans, F. (2016). Illness perceptions and quality of life in brain tumours: Does diagnostic communication have an impact?
Patterson, K. (2014). Positive experiences whilst living with dementia: A qualitative exploration of growth in older adults
Irwin, H. (2014). Exploring the shared experience of humour in people living with dementia and their partners
Vince, A, (2014). An exploration into psychiatrists understanding of what it means to live well with dementia, and experiences of engaging in discussions about positive wellbeing when sharing a diagnosis
Dearden, R. (2014). Defining an authentic patient-neurosurgeon relationship within the awake craniotomy context; a qualitative study
Marklew, H. (2013). An exploration of the motherhood decision
Haris, Y. (2012). An exploration of illness representations in older age
Chapman, D. (2011). Hope and Stigma in Early Dementia