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Profiles of demented and amnesic patients on the California verbal learning test : implications for the assessment of memory disorders
The construct validity of the California Verbal Learning Test (CVLT) was investigated by comparing the CVLT profiles of Alzheimer, Huntington, and alcoholic Korsakoff patients
Reduced cerebral grey matter observed in alcoholics using magnetic resonance imaging.
- T. Jernigan, N. Butters, L. Cermak
- Medicine, PsychologyAlcoholism, clinical and experimental research
- 1 June 1991
Although there was little evidence for relationships between performance on neuropsychological tests and volume of grey matter structures, significant correlations between some cognitive measures and subcortical and cortical fluid volumes were found.
Magnetic resonance imaging of alcoholic Korsakoff patients.
- T. Jernigan, K. Schafer, N. Butters, L. Cermak
- Psychology, MedicineNeuropsychopharmacology : official publication of…
- 1 May 1991
It is suggested that damage to structures other than the mesial thalamic nuclei, such as the hypothalamus and hippocampus, may contribute to the Korsakoff patients' amnesic symptoms.
Alcoholic Korsakoff's Syndrome: An Information-Processing Approach to Amnesia
Memory disorders associated with huntington's disease: Verbal recall, verbal recognition and procedural memory
Levels of Processing in Human Memory
Preface. Part 1: Theoretical and Empirical Developments 1. Larry L. Jacoby and Fergus I. M. Craik Effects of Elaboration of Processing at Encoding and Retrieval: Trace Distinctiveness and Recovery of…
Differentiation of amnesic and demented patients with the wechsler memory scale -revised
The findings for the five memory indices demonstrated that the amnesics' General and Delayed Memory Indices were more accurate estimates of their severe anterograde memory problems than was the single MQ from the original WMS.
Perceptual fluency as a cue for recognition judgments in amnesia.
It is suggested that amnesic patients do use perceptualfluency cues, but reliance on perceptual fluency does not necessarily elevate recognition accuracy.