Screening for Cognitive Deterioration in the Elderly: Detection of Clock-Anomalies and Object-Place Association


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Screening for Cognitive Deterioration in the Elderly: Detection of Clock-Anomalies and Object-Place Association - Alex Bahar-Fuchs
Intro - Acknowledgements - Abstract -
Review - Declining Cognitive Function - Dementia of the Alzheimer's type: pertinent features - Mild cognitive impairment - The Neurocognitive Systems in Early AD - Structural changes: Medial-Temporal Lobe Atrophy - Functional changes: Temporoparietal hypometabolism - Early detection of AD - Formation of arbitrary associations between objects locations: Paired-Associate learning - The Clock-Drawing Test in the detection of DAT - Aims of the current study - Hypotheses -
Method - Participants - Materials - Procedure -
Results - Results - Object-Place Association Task - Clock-Anomalies Detection Task - Group Differences in Responses on the CAD Task - Valid Clocks - Discriminant Function Analysis -
Discussion - Discussion - OPAT-acquisition phase - Clock-Anomalies Detection - Methodological Limitations - Implications and conclusion -
References - References -
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