Scot Fague

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Postmortem brain studies of older drivers killed in car accidents indicate that many had Alzheimer disease (AD) neuropathologic changes. We examined whether AD biomarkers are related to driving performance among cognitively normal older adults. Individuals with normal cognition, aged 65+ years, and driving at least once per week, were recruited.(More)
BACKGROUND/AIMS Cognitive batteries routinely used by the Alzheimer's disease (AD) research community may contain items that are uninformative for tracking disease progression to power clinical trials on early stage AD. We aim to identify the subsets of the most informative items from an existing cognitive battery to better power clinical trials on early(More)
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