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(Un)awareness of unilateral spatial neglect: A quantitative evaluation of performance in visuo-spatial tasks
Right-brain-damaged patients with unilateral spatial neglect are usually unaware (anosognosic) about their spatial deficits. However, in the scientific literature there is a lack of systematic andExpand
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Caregiver Burden and Coping in Early-stage Alzheimer Disease
This study was set out to describe caregiver-perceived burden and coping in early-stage Alzheimer disease (AD). A total of 163 consecutive pairs of patients with AD and their principal caregiversExpand
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Spatial neglect and perseveration in visuomotor exploration.
OBJECTIVE Right-brain-damaged patients with left spatial neglect make perseveration errors in target cancellation tasks. A recent study (Ronchi, Posteraro, Fortis, Bricolo, & Vallar, 2009) showedExpand
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Serological contributions to the systematics of Ulex (Genisteae – Fabaceae) and allied genera
Seven Ulex species were compared serologically with 21 species of related genera. Seed proteins were employed to immunize rabbits; immune sera to 17 species were produced. The presence or absence ofExpand
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Differences between physician and caregiver evaluations in Alzheimer's disease.
In Alzheimer's disease (AD) differences are often reported between caregivers' and physicians' aims and evaluations. The aim of this study was to investigate the presence of discrepancies between theExpand
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In order to assess the systematic relations within the tribe Genisteae, the water-soluble seed proteins of 45 species have been studied serologically. The reaction was tested by immunodiffusion andExpand
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Memantine in Alzheimer’s disease: experience in an Alzheimer’s disease assessment unit
Background and aims: Memantine is an uncompetitive N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor antagonist. Clinical and observational studies have demonstrated its efficacy on both cognitive and behavioralExpand
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Origin and diversification of «Genisteae» (Fabaceae): a serosystematic purview
Abstract Serological tests among more than 70 species of Genisteae and almost 30 species of other tribes of Fabaceae allowed to verify several hypotheses on the origin and diversification of theExpand
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Evaluation of ordination methods through simulated coenoclines: Some comments
The evaluation of ordination methods through simulated coenoclines is discussed. The inconsistency of some arguments against the use of linear ordinations is stressed. The regression between theExpand
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