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A pattern of semantic fluency worse than letter fluency has been presented as evidence of impaired semantic networks in “cortical” dementias (e.g., Alzheimer's disease), distinguishing them from “subcortical” dementias (e.g., Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease). However, there have...
Many procedures have been employed to determine the specific cognitive components necessary for successful Trail Making Test (TMT) performance. Yet, there is still considerable disagreement in the literature as to what these components might be. The present study explores an alternative...
Neuropsychological assessments were performed on 70 patients referred after a Catacarb chemical release in a Northern California town. After appropriate exclusions, the 59 patients used in the final analysis were mostly White (66%), with 56% having some college level education. They were...
The frequency of occurrence of the Fuld profile for cholinergic deficiency was investigated in two clinical populations: inpatients who had suffered traumatic brain injury and outpatients who carried a diagnosis of Parkinson's disease. The observed incidence of positive Fuld profiles was not...
Study 1 examined the association between intensity of postconcussive symptoms (PCS), impact of daily stress, and level of perceived stress over the past month in a group of healthy young adults. There was a significant relationship between intensity of PCS and impact of daily stress, as well as...
A Likert scale questionnaire was developed to assess motivation for postacute rehabilitation by traumatic brain injury patients. Items were designed to reflect head-injured individuals' statements about their attitudes toward head injury rehabilitation. Factors such as denial of illness, anger,...
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