Sylvie Nicoleau

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A particularly important aspect of executive functioning involves the ability to form and carry out complex plans, that is to say planning. This study aimed to investigate planning in 18 older and 16 younger normal participants using an ecological planning subtask derived from the Behavioural Assessment of the Dysexecutive Syndrome test battery, the "Zoo(More)
INTRODUCTION Executive dysfunction is regularly reported in patients with Alzheimer's disease. Nevertheless few studies have focused on planning ability in this neurodegenerative disease. OBJECTIVES This study aimed to investigate the formulation and the execution of plans in Alzheimer's disease using an ecological planning subtask derived from the(More)
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