Felicia Huppert
Felicia Huppert
Emeritus Professor of Psychology, University of Cambridge
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CAMDEX: a standardised instrument for the diagnosis of mental disorder in the elderly with special reference to the early detection of dementia
M Roth, E Tym, CQ Mountjoy, FA Huppert, H Hendrie, S Verma, ...
The British journal of psychiatry 149 (6), 698-709, 1986
Psychological well‐being: Evidence regarding its causes and consequences
FA Huppert
Applied psychology: health and well‐being 1 (2), 137-164, 2009
Flourishing across Europe: Application of a new conceptual framework for defining well-being
FA Huppert, TTC So
Social indicators research 110, 837-861, 2013
CAMDEX: The Cambridge examination for mental disorders of the elderly
M Roth
Cambridge University Press, 1988
The mental wealth of nations
J Beddington, CL Cooper, J Field, U Goswami, FA Huppert, R Jenkins, ...
Nature 455 (7216), 1057-1060, 2008
A controlled trial of mindfulness training in schools: The importance of practice for an impact on well-being
FA Huppert, DM Johnson
The Journal of Positive Psychology 5 (4), 264-274, 2010
Evidence for the independence of positive and negative well‐being: Implications for quality of life assessment
FA Huppert, JE Whittington
British journal of health psychology 8 (1), 107-122, 2003
Effectiveness of the Mindfulness in Schools Programme: non-randomised controlled feasibility study
W Kuyken, K Weare, OC Ukoumunne, R Vicary, N Motton, R Burnett, ...
The British Journal of Psychiatry 203 (2), 126-131, 2013
The GPCOG: a new screening test for dementia designed for general practice
H Brodaty, D Pond, NM Kemp, G Luscombe, L Harding, K Berman, ...
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 50 (3), 530-534, 2002
Well-being is more than happiness and life satisfaction: a multidimensional analysis of 21 countries
K Ruggeri, E Garcia-Garzon, Á Maguire, S Matz, FA Huppert
Health and quality of life outcomes 18, 1-16, 2020
Measuring well-being across Europe: Description of the ESS well-being module and preliminary findings
FA Huppert, N Marks, A Clark, J Siegrist, A Stutzer, J Vittersø, ...
Social indicators research 91, 301-315, 2009
Psychometric evaluation and predictive validity of Ryff's psychological well-being items in a UK birth cohort sample of women
RA Abbott, GB Ploubidis, FA Huppert, D Kuh, MEJ Wadsworth, ...
Health and quality of life outcomes 4, 1-16, 2006
Improvement in mood and fatigue after dehydroepiandrosterone replacement in Addison’s disease in a randomized, double blind trial
PJ Hunt, EM Gurnell, FA Huppert, C Richards, AT Prevost, JAH Wass, ...
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 85 (12), 4650-4656, 2000
The science of well-being
FA Huppert, N Baylis, B Keverne
Oxford University Press, 2005
The efficacy of mindfulness‐based stress reduction on mental health of breast cancer patients: A meta‐analysis
NZ Zainal, S Booth, FA Huppert
Psycho‐Oncology 22 (7), 1457-1465, 2013
Population-based study of the prevalence and presentation of dementia in adults with Down's syndrome
AJ Holland, J Hon, FA Huppert, F Stevens, P Watson
The British Journal of Psychiatry 172 (6), 493-498, 1998
Incidence and course of dementia in people with Down's syndrome: findings from a population‐based study
AJ Holland, J Hon, FA Huppert, F Stevens
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 44 (2), 138-146, 2000
Prevalence of depressive symptoms and syndromes in later life in ten European countries: the SHARE study
E Castro-Costa, M Dewey, R Stewart, S Banerjee, F Huppert, ...
The British journal of psychiatry 191 (5), 393-401, 2007
Recognition memory in amnesic patients: Effect of temporal context and familiarity of material
FA Huppert, M Piercy
Cortex 12 (1), 3-20, 1976
CAMCOG—A concise neuropsychological test to assist dementia diagnosis: Socio‐demographic determinants in an elderly population sample
FA Huppert, C Brayne, C Gill, ES Paykel, L Beardsall
British Journal of Clinical Psychology 34 (4), 529-541, 1995
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