M Angeles Jurado

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Cognitive reserve (CR) is the brain's capacity to cope with cerebral damage to minimize clinical manifestations. The 'passive model' considers head or brain measures as anatomical substrates of CR, whereas the 'active model' emphasizes the use of brain networks effectively. Sixteen healthy subjects, 12 amnestic mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and 16 cases(More)
Neuroanatomical correlates of the estimation of occurrence frequency have received little attention. This study investigates the possible role of the frontal lobe in estimating word occurrence frequency. A sample of 27 patients with frontal lesions were matched with normal controls by sex, age and years of education. Significant differences between patients(More)
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