Introduction & Projects
Jacqueline Mogle is co-director of RemindLab, which focuses on promoting health and well-being in older adults and identifying early indicators of changes in psychological and cognitive health associated with normative and non-normative aging. Dr. Mogle’s current projects examine psychological and behavioral risk factors associated with the development of early cognitive decline. These projects are designed to uncover early intervention targets for older adults prior to precipitous declines in everyday cognitive functioning.
A second line of research involves assessing performance-based and self-reported cognition at the daily level using daily diaries. Using innovative methodological techniques, her ultimate goal is the development of measurement tools that will allow providers to direct older adults to tailored interventions that are the best fit based on the unique risk profile of the individual.
April 13, 2021
COVID-19 pandemic may have increased mental health issues within families
This story was originally published in Penn State News and was also reported in Yahoo! Sports.Read more.
October 28, 2020
Identifying early symptoms of Alzheimer's disease
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — When a 60-year-old tells her nurse she’s been forgetting things — a dinner night with friends, a neighbor’s name, or to call for a grandchild’s birthday, for instance — the nurse may respond several different ways: The nurse might show concern and order follow-up tests, minimize the worry as normal aging, discount it as a depressive moment, or more.Read more.