Maria Ridao-Alonso

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Neuropsychological deficits are a main feature of Huntington's disease (HD) with previous data suggesting involvement of attentional functions. Attention can be divided into several different dimensions: intensity, selectivity and supervisory attentional control. These different aspects of attention were investigated in a group of 13 patients with HD and 13(More)
BACKGROUND Neuropsychological deficits are a main feature of Huntington disease (HD) with previous data suggesting involvement of memory functions and visual processing. OBJECTIVE To increase the knowledge about cognitive malfunction in HD in the domains of visual processing and memory by the use of modern electrophysiological techniques (event-related(More)
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