Jeff Kahana

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The experience of Alzheimer's disease (AD) and related dementias in minority populations must be understood in the epidemiological, diagnostic, treatment, and care contexts which surround it. This article describes those contexts, and offers an analysis of how efforts to improve the management of dementia among minorities are likely to be affected by them.(More)
Anuj Goswami Nina Person Jeff Hartranft Christopher A. Rinehart Kurt P. Helfrich Kenneth J. Robinson Jeffrey S. Hiller Peter A Rosato Shawn K. Judge Paul R. Rosenberger Marc Kamer Andrew Sagartz Christie Kwapich Mark A. Shaver KyuLee Daniel Sochor Adam H. Leonatti Michael T. Sprenger Peter A. Lusenhop Matthew Tenerowicz CorieMarty Robert A. Wells Jonathan(More)
No issue is more fundamental to our understanding of human learning than the relationship between learning and organization. Recent years have seen a renewal of interest in output order effects in free recall (Brainerd, Reyna, Harnishfeger, & Howe, 1993; Howard & Kahana, 1999, 2000b; Kahana, 1996; Rohrer & Wixted, 1994; Rohrer, Wixted, Salmon, & Butters,(More)
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