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The project Social Transmission of Cognitive and Emotional States in the Care of Alzheimer’s Disease Patients” – STAD benefits from a 1.48 million € grant from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants. The aim of the project is to to develop an intervention based on theater and drama therapy for diminishing memory loss and psychiatric symptoms, like anxiety, that manifest in Alzheimer’s disease. Project Promoter: National University of Theatre and Film „I. L. Caragiale” from Bucharest, Romania. Project Partner: Kavi Institute for System Neuroscience, NTNU, Todheim, Norway EEA-RO-NO-2018-0606 (Contract No7, May 31th 2019)



STAD launch conference – CINETic

August 27, 2019 On August 27, 2019, at CINETic, the launch conference of the project STAD – Social Transmission of Cognitive and Emotional States in the Care of Alzheimer’s Disease Patients takes place. Project initiator: National University of Theater and Cinematography „I. L. Caragiale ”, Bucharest, Romania Project partner: Kavli Institute for System Neuroscience, NTNU, […]



Kick off meeting – 2019

august 27, 2019 On August 27, 2019 took place the first meeting of the STAD project at the level of partnership (Kick off meeting) attended by the project director, Dr. Ioana Carcea, leader of the partner Kavli Institute for System Neuroscience, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway, Dr. Christian Doeller, as well as other members of the project […]



Summary of the research report – Phase I of the project – 2019

Phase 1 of the project was dedicated to: literature review, hiring personnel designing protocols and drafting research plan. All of the above were possible by first establishing a solid and fluent collaboration between the Romanian and the Norwegian partners starting with the kick-off meeting at CINETic, UNATC in August 2019. The design of behavioral task […]



STAD Project Annual meeting. Phase II of the project – 2020

september 22, 2020 On September 22, 2020, the annual meeting took place, at partnership level, within the STAD project. The meeting was held online, given the pandemic context and benefited from the participation of the entire project team (employees and volunteers). The director of the project and the leader of the Norwegian partner, Mrs. Dr. […]



Summary of the research report – Phase II of the project – 2020

Despite the severe challenges imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic that affected the activity of both partners, we achieved substantial progress on most work packages of the project. The socially-guided spatial navigation task, has been designed, coded, tested, updated and validated in a very collaborative interaction between the two partners. In this task, the subject navigates […]