Education

The NUS Mind Science Centre (MSC) aims to enhance the mental health capabilities of the community through scientific research and collaboration. In pursuit of MSC's mission in capacity building, education and promoting communities with an Undefeated Mind, previously published research papers by and in collaboration with MSC are available for reference below.

Lancet Psychiatry: Commentary on Dementia Prevention Programme in Singapore

Asia Pacific Psychiatry: Psychosocial interventions with art, music, tai chi and mindfulness for subsyndromal depression and anxiety in older adults, a naturalistic study in Singapore.

BMC: Art therapy is associated with sustained improvement in cognitive function in the elderly with mild neurocognitive disorder: findings from a pilot randomized controlled trial for art therapy and music reminiscence activity versus usual care.

BMC: Art Therapy is associated with sustained improvement in cognitive function in the elderly with mild cognitive disorder, findings from a pilot RCT for art therapy and music reminiscence vs actual care.

Elsevier: The Arts in Psychotherapy: Art Therapy for the prevention of cognitive decline.

Br J Psychiatry: Measuring outcomes of Mindfulness interventions

Frontiers in Psychiatry: Study Protocol for a RCT of Choral Singing intervention to prevent cognitive decline in at risk older adults living in the community.

BMC Geriatrics: Effects of Horticultural Therapy on elderly health: protocol of a RCT

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health: Effects of Horticultural Therapy on Asian older adults: A RCT

Frontiers in Psychiatry: Hikkikomori Phenomenon in East Asia: Regional Perspectives, Challenges and Opportunities for social health agencies.

 

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NUS Mind Science Centre

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