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Impaired Verbal and Nonverbal Emotion Recognition in Alexithymia
Although clinical observations suggest that alexithymic individuals have a deficit in their ability to recognize emotional stimuli and that this deficit is not simply due to a problem in verbalExpand
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The expressive pattern of laughter
Laughter as a vocal expressive-communicative signal is one of the least understood and most frequently overlooked human behaviors. The chapter provides an overview of what we know about laughter inExpand
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Clinical trial of indomethacin in Alzheimer's disease
In a 6-month, double-blind, placebo-controlled study, 1100 to 150 mg/d indomethacin appeared to protect mild to moderately impaired Alzheimer's disease patients from the degree of cognitive declineExpand
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Pervasive Emotion Recognition Deficit Common to Alexithymia and the Repressive Coping Style
Objective Previous research has demonstrated a deficit in the ability to recognize emotions in alexithymic individuals. The repressive coping style is thought to preferentially impair the detectionExpand
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Implicit and explicit memory in Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease.
Several tasks examined implicit and explicit memory in demographically matched samples of Alzheimer's (AD) and Parkinson's disease (PD) patients, and healthy elderly subjects. A fragmented picturesExpand
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A role for right medial prefrontal cortex in accurate feeling-of-knowing judgments: evidence from patients with lesions to frontal cortex
The hypothesis that prefrontal cortex plays a critical role in accurate predictions of episodic memory performance was tested using the feeling-of-knowing (FOK) paradigm. Fourteen patients with aExpand
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Fear recognition deficits after focal brain damage
Objective: To test the hypothesis that fear recognition deficits in neurologic patients reflect damage to an emotion-specific neural network. Background: Previous studies have suggested that theExpand
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Autonomic and emotion regulation in bereavement and depression.
OBJECTIVES Prior research suggests important differences between depression and the depressed feelings experienced in the context of bereavement, despite some overlap. Differences include an increaseExpand
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Memory Impairment and Executive Control in Individuals with Stroke-Induced Aphasia
The purpose of this study was to examine memory abilities of aphasic individuals in relation to site of neurological lesion. Fourteen individuals with stroke-induced aphasia (7 with anterior lesions;Expand
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Obstructive sleep apnea-hypopnea and neurocognitive functioning in the Sleep Heart Health Study.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Obstructive sleep apnea-hypopnea (OSAH) is associated with sleep fragmentation and nocturnal hypoxemia. In clinical samples, patients with OSAH frequently are found to haveExpand
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