Richard Cheston
Richard Cheston
Professor of Dementia Research, University of the West of England
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Understanding dementia: The man with the worried eyes
R Cheston, M Bender
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1999
Inhabitants of a lost kingdom: A model of the subjective experiences of dementia
MP Bender, R Cheston
Ageing and Society 17 (5), 513-532, 1997
Psychotherapeutic work with people with dementia: A review of the literature
R Cheston
British Journal of Medical Psychology 71 (3), 211-231, 1998
Group psychotherapy and people with dementia
R Cheston, K Jones, J Gilliard
Aging & mental health 7 (6), 452-461, 2003
Stories and metaphors: talking about the past in a psychotherapy group for people with dementia
R Cheston
Ageing and Society 16, 579-602, 1996
Involving people who have dementia in the evaluation of services: A review
R Cheston, Mike Bender, Sue Byatt
Journal of Mental Health 9 (5), 471-479, 2000
Attachment and coping of dementia care staff: The role of staff attachment style, geriatric nursing self-efficacy, and approaches to dementia in burnout
TM Kokkonen, RIL Cheston, R Dallos, CA Smart
Dementia 13 (4), 544-568, 2014
‘Coming out’with Alzheimer's disease: Changes in awareness during a psychotherapy group for people with dementia
R Watkins, R Cheston, K Jones, J Gilliard
Aging and Mental Health 10 (2), 166-176, 2006
Brains, minds and selves: Changing conceptions of the losses involved in dementia
R Cheston, M Bender
British Journal of Medical Psychology 72 (2), 203-216, 1999
Mental health and identity: the evaluation of a drop‐in centre
S Hall, R Cheston
Journal of community & applied social psychology 12 (1), 30-43, 2002
An exploration into the relationships people with dementia have with physical objects: An ethnographic study
A Stephens, R Cheston, K Gleeson
Dementia 12 (6), 697-712, 2013
A pilot randomised controlled trial to compare changes in quality of life for participants with early diagnosis dementia who attend a ‘Living Well with Dementia’group compared …
A Marshall, J Spreadbury, R Cheston, P Coleman, C Ballinger, M Mullee, ...
Aging & mental health 19 (6), 526-535, 2015
Using simulated presence therapy with people with dementia
JS Peak, RIL Cheston
Aging & mental health 6 (1), 77-81, 2002
The accounts of special education leavers
R Cheston
Disability & Society 9 (1), 59-69, 1994
An evaluation of primary care led dementia diagnostic services in Bristol
E Dodd, R Cheston, T Fear, E Brown, C Fox, C Morley, R Jefferies, R Gray
BMC health services research 14 (1), 1-11, 2014
Individual and group psychotherapy with people diagnosed with dementia: a systematic review of the literature
R Cheston, A Ivanecka
International journal of geriatric psychiatry 32 (1), 3-31, 2017
Simulated presence therapy, attachment and separation amongst people with dementia
R Cheston, K Thorne, P Whitby, J Peak
Dementia 6 (3), 442-449, 2007
A cross-sectional investigation of public attitudes towards dementia in Bristol and South Gloucestershire using the Approaches to Dementia Questionnaire
R Cheston, J Hancock, P White
International Psychogeriatrics 28 (10), 1717-1724, 2016
A small-scale study comparing the impact of psycho-education and exploratory psychotherapy groups on newcomers to a group for people with dementia
R Cheston, R Jones
Aging and Mental Health 13 (3), 420-425, 2009
The paradox of dementia: Changes in assimilation after receiving a diagnosis of dementia
E Lishman, R Cheston, J Smithson
Dementia 15 (2), 181-203, 2016
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