Martha Storandt

Professor Emeritus of Psychological & Brain Sciences
PhD, Washington University
BA, Washington University
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    Professor Storandt specializes in research on the clinical psychology of aging.

    Much of her current research program is focused on Alzheimer's disease, especially on how it differs in the early stages from normal aging. Another research interest is finding ways healthy older people can improve their memory performance.

    Selected Publications

    • Storandt, M. (2005). Use of the 5-item Geriatric Depression Scale in demented individuals and with psychiatric outpatients. Clinical Gerontologist, 28, 63-69.
    • Galvin J. E., Roe, C. M., Powlishta, K. K., Coats, M. A., Muich, S. J., Grant, E., Miller, J. P., Storandt, M., & Morris, J. C. (2005). The AD8: A brief informant interview to detect dementia. Neurology, 65, 559-564.
    • Beaudreau, S. A., Storandt, M., & Strube, M J. (2005). A comparison of narratives told by younger and older adults. Experimental Aging Research, 32, 105-117.
    • Carr, D. B., Shead, V., & Storandt, M. (2005). Driving cessation in older adults with dementia of the Alzheimer's type. The Gerontologist, 45, 824-827.
    • Paxton, J. L., Barch, D. M., Storandt, M., & Braver, T. S. (2006). Effects of environmental support and strategy training on older adults' use of context. Psychology and Aging, 21, 499-509.
    • Storandt, M., Grant, E. A., Miller, J. P., & Morris, J.C. (2006). Longitudinal course and neuropathological outcomes in original vs revised MCI and in preMCI. Neurology, 67, 467-479.
    • Veiel, L. L., Storandt, M., & Abrams, R. A. (2006). Visual search for change. Psychology and Aging, 21, 754-762.