D Xeno Rasmusson

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Well educated, high functioning older adults (ages 60-90) were given a comprehensive memory enhancement training program to determine the effectiveness of the program in increasing cognitive performance and positively influencing self-assessments of memory efficacy. The 68 subjects who participated in the memory enhancement training were compared to 74(More)
Patients with probable Alzheimer's disease (AD) were assessed neuropsychologically three times, at 6-month intervals, to identify those with patterns of performance suggesting hemispheric asymmetry in cerebral degeneration. By two different methods, over half of the patients satisfied liberal criteria for cognitive asymmetry on one or more assessments, but(More)
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