Sam T Kaiser

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Dementia in young adults is not very well studied in terms of clinical effects on the patient, and not much is known about the effects on spouses and caregivers. This study assessed the psychological impact of the diagnosis of young onset dementia on spouses. A questionnaire that used the Zarit Burden Interview and the Beck Depression Index was sent to 120(More)
People with schizophrenia (PSZ) demonstrate reliable reductions in working memory (WM) capacity (i.e., the number of objects that can be held in memory). The present study asked whether WM impairments in PSZ can be explained by the same neural mechanisms that underlie individual differences in WM capacity among healthy individuals. Specifically, we examined(More)
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