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Jacqueline Maye, M.S.

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Jacqueline Maye, M.S., is a clinical neuropsychology graduate student in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology at the University of Florida. She graduated with honors from Trinity College in Hartford, CT with a major in Neuroscience. Following graduation, she worked for four years as a Research Assistant and Coordinator at Massachusetts General Hospital studying neuropsychological and neuroimaging correlates of Alzheimer’s disease. Jacqueline currently works as a graduate fellowship assistant in the UF Cognitive Aging Laboratory under the mentorship of Dr. Michael Marsiske.

Jacqueline’s Interests include successful aging, the early detection of dementia, and interventions targeted at delaying cognitive and functional decline in older adults. Ms. Maye has developed a particular research interest in alternative approaches to cognitive and emotional intervention, in particular, mindfulness meditation. Her dissertation will explore attentional and emotional changes in older adults that occur throughout the course of a mindfulness intervention program.

Manuscripts In Preparation

Maye J. & Marsiske M. Relationships between cognition and sensorimotor abilities in older age in the ACTIVE study.

Maye, J., Gogoi, V., McCoy, K., McCrae, C.S., & Marsiske, M. Nightly Sleep and Cognitive Performance in Older Adults With and Without Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment.

Published Research Articles

Maye, J., Betensky, R., Gidicsin, C., Locascio, J., Becker, J.A., Pepin, L., Carmasin, J., Rentz, D., Marshall, G., Blacker, D., Sperling, R., & Johnson, K. (2016). Maternal dementia age at onset in relation to amyloid burden in non-demented elderly offspring. Neurobiology of Aging, 40, 61-67.

Gidicsin, C. M., Maye, J. E., Locascio, J. J., Pepin, L. C., Philiossaint, M., Becker, J. A., Younger, A.P., Dekhtyar, M., Schultz, A., Amariglio, R.E., Marshall, G.A., Rentz, D.M., Hedden, T., Sperling, R.A.,  Johnson, K. A. (2015). Cognitive activity relates to cognitive performance but not to Alzheimer disease biomarkers. Neurology, 85(1), 48-55. PMID: 26062627. PMCID: PMC4501938.

Scott, B. M., Maye, J., Jones, J. D., Thomas, K., Mangal, P. C., Trifilio, E., Hass, C. J., Marsiske, M., & Bowers, D. (2015). Post-exercise pulse pressure is a better predictor of executive function than pre-exercise pulse pressure in cognitively normal older adults. Journal of Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 1-13. PMID: 26629911. PMCID: PMC4501938.

Raskin S., Maye, J., Rogers, A., Astur, R., Seltzer, J., & Kurtz, M. (2013).  Prospective Memory in Schizophrenia: Relationship to Medication Management Skills, Neurocognition, and Symptoms in Individuals With Schizophrenia. Neuropsychology, 28(3), 359-365. PMID: 24188118. PMCID: PMC4100243.

Amariglio, R.E., Becker, J.A., Carmasin, J., Wadsworth, L.P., Lorius, N., Sullivan, C., Maye, J.E., Gidicsin, C., Pepin, L.C., Sperling, R.A., Johnson, K.A., & Rentz, D.M. (2012). Subjective cognitive complaints and amyloid burden in cognitively normal older individuals. Neuropsychologia. 50(12): 2880–2886. PMID: 22940426. PMCID: PMC3473106.

Becker, J.A., Hedden, T., Carmasin, J., Maye, J., Rentz, D., Putcha, D., Fischl, B., Marshall, G., Salloway, S., Marks, D., Sperling, R. A., Hedden, T., Greve, D., Buckner R., & Johnson, K. (2011). Amyloid-beta Associated Cortical Thinning in Clinically Normal Elderly. Annals of Neurology; 69: 1032–1042. PMID: 21437929. PMCID: PMC3117980.

Gomperts, S.N., Locascio, J.L., Marquie, M., Santarlasci, A.L., Rentz, D.M., Maye, J., Johnson, K.A., & Growdon, J.H. (2012). Brain amyloid and cognition in Lewy body diseases. Movement Disorders; 27(8):965-973. PMID: 22693110. PMCID: PMC3725259.

Marshall, G., Olson, L., Frey, M., Maye, J., Becker, J. A., Rentz, D., Sperling, R. A., Johnson, K., and the Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (2011). Instrumental activities of daily living impairment is associated with increased amyloid burden.  Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders; Vol 31 (6) pp. 443-450. PMID: 21778725. PMCID:  PMC3150869.

Johnson, K., Sperling, R., Gidicsin, C., Carmasin, J., Maye, J., Coleman, R., Coleman, R.E., Reiman, E.M., Sabbagh, M.N., Sadowsky, C.H., Fleisher, A.S., Doraiswamy, P.M., Carpenter, A.P., Clark, C.M., Joshi, A.D., Lu, M., Grundman, M., Mintun, M.A., Pontecorvo, M.J., Skovronsky, D.M & AV45-A11 study group. (2013). Florbetapir (F18-AV-45) PET to assess amyloid burden in Alzheimer’s disease dementia, mild cognitive impairment, and normal aging. Alzheimer’s & Dementia : The Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association,9(0), S72–S83. PMID: 23375563. PMCID: PMC3800236.

Rentz, D., Amariglio, R., Becker, J. A., Frey, M., Olson, L., Frishe, K., Carmasin, J., Maye, J., Johnson, K. & Sperling, R. (2011). Face-name associative memory performance is related to amyloid burden in normal elderly. Neuropsychologia; 49 (9): 2776-2783. PMID: 21689670. PMCID: PMC3137730.

Marshall, G.A., Donovan, N.J., Lorius, N., Gidicsin, C.M., Maye, J., Pepin, L.C., Becker, J.A., Amariglio, R.E., Rentz, D.M., Sperling, R.A., & Johnson, K.A. (2013). Apathy is associated with increased amyloid burden in mild cognitive impairment. The Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences; 25(4): 302-307. PMID: 24247857. PMCID: PMC3957217.