Barbara Hurtado

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An observational longitudinal design was employed to evaluate whether treatment with the antiepileptic drug levetiracetam (LEV) adversely impacts behavior in people with intellectual disabilities and/or acquired brain damage. Thirty-five adults were assessed once off the drug and once when on LEV therapy, with a 2-month interval between assessments.(More)
The sensitivity of the Warrington Recognition Memory for Faces (RMF) to reliably localize temporal lobe dysfunction in surgical epilepsy candidates is not as strong as that of the Recognition Memory for Words (RMW). Previous research has indicated that its diagnostic utility is improved in patients with lower IQs. Data from 114 patients with unilateral(More)
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