Samantha Sterling

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This study compared 32 patients with ischemic vascular dementia (IVD) to 32 patients with probable Alzheimer's disease (AD) on select language and verbal memory tests. The IVD and AD patients were individually matched on the basis of age, dementia severity, years of education, and gender. The IVD patients had poorer verbal fluency, but better free recall,(More)
Recent research using the "rubber hand illusion" shows that the multisensory processes underlying body representations are markedly different in children of 4 to 9years and adults. In representing the position of their own hand in external space, children of this age rely more on the sight of the hand, and less on its proprioceptively felt position, than(More)
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