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THE TRIBUNE, DECEMBER 14, 2011
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Research subjects sought
Can depression be detected by tracking
eye-movements? Massey University
researchers are seeking people to help
them with their research into this new
Experiencing low mood or
depression in late-life can severely
impact on one's quality of life and
everyday functioning. A myriad of
interventions exist, which allow for a
good prognosis when depression is
treated in a timely manner.
The difficulty facing many older
people who experience low mood or
depression lies in the complex nature
of detecting and diagnosing
depression. Most questionnaires that
are used to screen for depression are
designed for use on younger adults.
Older adults are more likely to be
taking medications that mask the
signs of depression.
Researchers have turned to tracking
eye-movements as a diagnostic tool.
Massey researchers are now
investigating if it can be applied to
The researchers are looking for
people aged 20 to 40 years or 70 to 80
years, free from major visual impair-
ment, whether depressed or not, to
participate in the research.
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Explore our land
in summer trips
Scenic: Okupe lookout and lagoon at Kapiti Island.
From Kapiti Island to Kaimanawa
horse country, from Rimutaka rail
trail to the Whanganui River Rd, from
Whangamomona to walking from Wav-
erley to Wai-inu Beach -- the
Whanganui Summer Programme
offers trips, walks and talks galore
from January 3 till February 3.
While it has a Whanganui focus,
there are trips further afield, and for
ones heading south and east, organ-
isers can pick people up on the way.
On January 29, the Bulls history
walk offers the chance to discover the
stories behind the town's old buildings
and pop into Lethenty, the house built
in 1915 for the Wilson family.
On February 2, Grant Cooper from
Horizons Regional Council guides a
trip through Manawatu to Pongaroa
and Akitio. Learn about land
formations and history from 70 Mile
Bush to coastal sheep stations.
There are 32 events, including trips
to Matiu/Somes Island, Ohakune
Coach Rd, Raurimu Spiral, Otairi and
the Bridge to Nowhere.
Programmes are available from
Palmerston North i-Site in The
Square, Te Manawa and Palmerston
North City Library or email
06 347 1863.
The programme focuses on our natu-
ral heritage, culture and history and is
co-ordinated by the Whanganui Sum-
mer Programme Trust, established in
2008. Many of the trip's regulars are
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