K L McGonigle-Gibson

Learn More
Recent work has suggested that patients with damage to temporal lobe structures, such as patients with Alzheimer's Disease (AD), lose information from memory at an abnormally rapid rate. In contrast, data from other studies suggest that the rate of forgetting in AD is normal. In the present study, 62 patients with mild to moderate AD and 64 elderly controls(More)
Age of onset and aphasia are frequently proposed as predictors of decline in Alzheimer's disease (AD). We compared longitudinally the neuropsychological test performance of AD patients classified as Fast Decliners (FD, N = 18) based on the rate of change of their scores on the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMS) and a group classified as Slow Decliners (SD,(More)
  • 1