Anders Gade: Teaching, selected publications, biography, current research, and Copenhagen Neuropsychology
Lecture notes (mainly as powerpoint files of dias)
Selected publications (Click here to read abstracts ). Full publication list Other articles in pdf
Gade, A. (1982). Amnesia after operations on aneurysms of the anterior communicating artery. Surgical
Neurology, 18, 46-49. pdf
Gade, A., & Mortensen, E.L. (1990). Temporal gradient in the remote memory impairment of amnesic patients with lesions in the basal forebrain. Neuropsychologia, 28, 985-1001. pdf
Mortensen, E.L., & Gade, A. (1993). On the relation between demographic variables and neuropsychological test performance. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 34, 305-317. pdf
Gade, A. (1994). Imagery as a mnemonic aid in amnesia patients: effects of amnesia subtype and severity. In M.J. Riddoch & G.W. Humphreys (Eds.), Cognitive neuropsychology and cognitive rehabilitation. Hove: Erlbaum. pdf
Gade, A. (1997). Hjerneprocesser. Kognition og neurovidenskab.
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A. Gade, C. Gerlach, R. Starrfelt, & P. Møller Pedersen (Eds.)(2009). Klinisk neuropsykologi. København: Frydenlund. 593 pp.
I had my basic training in psychology at Copenhagen University, graduating with a ph.d. (mag.art.) in 1974 following experimental work in physiological psychology. My thesis dealt with neostriatal and frontal lobe function in rats. The next 16 months was spent at the Boston University Aphasia Research Center at Boston VA Hospital. I pursued clinical neuropsychology, first at Odense Hospital, Dept. of Neurophysiology, and from 1979 at the National Hospital (Rigshospitalet) in Copenhagen, Dept. of Neurology. At the same time I acted as a neuropsychological consultant to several neurology departments at provincial hospitals. From 1982 to 1985 I had a Medical Research Foundation grant to study amnesia after aneurysms on the anterior communicating artery. In 1988 I obtained a post at the University of Copenhagen, Department of Psychology, as an associate professor (adjunkt) in neuropsychology. Since 1992 I have been senior lecturer (lektor). My current main teaching responsibilities are in graduate neuropsychology, and I am the coordinator of the graduate study program "Neuropsychology and Applied Cognitive Psychology".
Primary research affiliations: Memory Disorders Clinic, Department of Neurology, Rigshospitalet; Department of Psychiatry, Rigshospitalet; Pediatric Department, Herlev Hospital, and FReJA (Frontotemporal Research in Jutland Association)
Personal: Two of my favorite photos and some personal information.
1) Studies of familial frontotemporal dementia (especially related to
chromosome 3), 2) studies of social cognition, 3) studies of Huntingtons Disease
and Tourette syndrome, and
4) depression in remitted phase
Neurobiology Research Center
Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark (Gitte Moos Knudsen)
Department. of Neurology
Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen (Asmus Vogel, Jette Stokholm, Peter Johannsen, Gunhild Waldemar, Jørgen E. Nielsen)
Pediatric Department, Herlev Hospital (Liselotte Skov, Nanette Debes)
MRC Prion Unit, Neurogenetics Department, London (Frontotemporal
Research in Jutland Association: Professor John Collinge, Adrian Isaac)
Dept. of Neurology, Nashville, TN (Scott Wylie)
Copenhagen Neuropsychology Database (Brain180)
A neuropsychological resource
Brain180 is a searchable computer database consisting of more than 180,000 references to the neuropsychological literature. The database is supported by the Reference Manager v.12 program. Regrettable, this excellent program is being outphased. However, the database can readily be converted to Endnote
The database includes the full citations for articles, books and book chapters. Most journal article citations include abstracts.
Author format: Adams,K.M.; Warrington (because Warrington is an uncommon name); or Baddeley,A* (because Alan may list one or two initials). Some references have full first names - in these cases synonyms are linked, so retrieval of the full name will get you all)
Journal format: Medline abbreviations, e.g. J.Clin.Exp.Neuropsychol.
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Generally, synonymous Medline keywords and more straightforward terms (e.g., Aphasia,Broca; Broca's aphasia; Broca's aphasics) and other synonyms (e.g., color; colour, and case study; Case Report) have been linked, so that searching for one will also retrieve the other. A list of synonymous terms is available below (more synonyms are added on an ongoing basis).
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List of linked synonymous keyword terms
List of Medline keywords WITH extensions (others will yield citations from 2000 on only)
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