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2015Bayesian estimation of varying-coefficient models with missing data, with application to the Singapore Longitudinal Aging StudyHuang Zhipeng; Li Jialiang ; Nott David ; Feng Lei ; Ng Tze Pin ; Wong Tien Yin 
2010Cognitive function and tea consumption in community dwelling older Chinese in SingaporeFeng, L. ; Gwee, X. ; Kua, E.-H. ; Ng, T.-P. 
2010Cross-cultural application of the repeatable battery for the assessment of neuropsychological status (RBANS): Performances of elderly Chinese SingaporeansLim, M.-L. ; Collinson, S.L. ; Feng, L. ; Ng, T.-P. 
2010Cross-cultural application of the repeatable battery for the assessment of neuropsychological status (RBANS): Performances of elderly Chinese SingaporeansLim, M.-L. ; Collinson, S.L. ; Feng, L. ; Ng, T.-P. 
11-May-2016Degree, but not direction of grip strength asymmetries, is related to depression and anxiety in an elderly populationJunhong Yu; Iris Rawtaer; Rathi Mahendran ; Ee-Heok Kua ; Lei Feng 
11-May-2016Degree, but not direction of grip strength asymmetries, is related to depression and anxiety in an elderly populationJunhong Yu; Iris Rawtaer; Rathi Mahendran ; Ee-Heok Kua ; Lei Feng 
13-Jul-2016Depressive symptoms moderate the relationship between sleep quality and cognitive functions among the elderlyJunhong Yu; Iris Rawtaer; Rathi Mahendran; Simon Collinson ; Ee-Heok Kua ; Lei Feng 
2015Diagnostic utility of montreal cognitive assessment in the fifth edition of diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders: Major and mild neurocognitive disordersLiew T.M.; Feng Lei ; Ng Tze Pin ; Yap Philip
2010Early event-related potentials changes during simple mental calculation in Chinese older adults with mild cognitive impairment: A case-control studyLi, X.; Zhang, Y.; Meng, Q.; Feng, L. 
2009Folate, vitamin b12, homocysteine, and depressive symptoms in a population sample of older chinese adults: Brief reportsNg, T.-P. ; Feng, L. ; Niti, M. ; Kua, E.-H. ; Yap, K.-B. 
2013Gene Expression Profiling of Peripheral Blood Leukocytes Shows Consistent Longitudinal Downregulation of TOMM40 and Upregulation of KIR2DL5A, PLOD1, and SLC2A8 Among Fast Progressors in Early Alzheimer's DiseaseChong, Mei Sian; Goh, Liang Kee ; Lim, Wee Shiong; Chan, Mark; Tay, Laura; Chen, Gengbo ; Feng, Lei ; Ng, Tze Pin ; Tan, Chay Hoon ; Lee, Tih Shih 
2010Ginkgo biloba and cognitive declineFeng, L. 
Dec-2012Homocysteine, folate, vitamin B-12, and physical function in older adults: cross-sectional findings from the Singapore Longitudinal Ageing StudyNg, Tze-Pin ; Aung, Khin Chaw Yu; Feng, Lei ; Scherer, Samuel C. ; Yap, Keng Bee
2012Life event stress and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD): associations with mental well-being and quality of life in a population-based studyLu, Yanxia Lu; Ma, Shwe Zin Nyunt ; Gwee, Xinyi ; Feng, Liang ; Feng, Lei ; Kua, Ee Heok ; Kumar, Rajeev; Ng, Tze Pin 
2018Mild Cognitive Impairment Reversion and Progression: Rates and Predictors in Community-Living Older Persons in the Singapore Longitudinal Ageing Studies CohortGao Q. ; Gwee X. ; Feng L. ; Nyunt M.S.Z. ; Feng L. ; Collinson S.L. ; Chong M.S.; Lim W.S. ; Lee T.-S. ; Yap P. ; Yap K.B. ; Ng T.P. 
Jan-2011Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid supplements and cognitive decline: Singapore Longitudinal Aging StudiesGao, Q.; Niti, M.; Feng, Lei ; Yap, Keng Bee ; Ng, Tze Pin 
1-May-2012Oral folic acid and vitamin B-12 supplementation to prevent cognitive declineFeng, L. 
2016Parenting style, resilience, and mental health of community-dwelling elderly adults in ChinaZhong X.; Wu D. ; Nie X.; Xia J.; Li M.; Lei F. ; Lim H.A. ; Kua E.-H. ; Mahendran R. 
2011Physical health and cognitive function independently contributed to functional disability among Chinese older adults: Data from two asian metropolisesFeng, Lei ; Ng, Tze Pin ; He, Yanling; Li, Chunbo; Kua, Ee-Heok ; Zhang, Mingyuan
17-Mar-2016Poor sleep quality is observed in Mild Cognitive Impairment and is largely unrelated to depression and anxiety.Junhong Yu; Rathi Mahendran ; Iris Rawtaer; Ee-Heok Kua ; Lei Feng