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Loss of intellectual functioning in cerebrovascular vs Alzeheimer\u27s disease

By Christina Bhawanidin, Eliza Gonzalez and Illhom Bakiyev


Aim To compare loss of intellectual functioning in cerebrovascular (CVA) vs. Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Method Subjects had Psychiatric disorders (n=26), CVA (n=37), or AD (n=27). Expected premorbid intellectual functioning was computed using educational attainment. Intellectual ability was separated into deviation quotients for Verbal-Conceptual, Attention-Concentration, or Perceptual-Constructional ability, and Psychomotor Speed. The difference between obtained and expected intellectual functioning in each cognitive domain was analyzed using a repeated measures ANOVA with age as a covariate

Publisher: CUNY Academic Works
Year: 2018
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