Destination memory in mild Alzheimer's Disease


In order to assess their destination memory, sixteen patients with probable mild Alzheimer Disease (AD), sixteen older adults and 16 young adults were asked to tell facts to pictures. On a subsequent task, they were asked to remember whether they had previously told that fact to that face or not. AD patients showed poorer destination recall than the older adults, and the older adults showed poorer destination recall than the young adults. Our results suggest that destination memory is highly impaired in AD

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oaioai:okina.univ-angers.fr:10075Last time updated on 11/11/2016

This paper was published in Okina.

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