Wendy K. Burn

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This study examines the enactment effect in early Alzheimer's disease using a novel working memory task. Free recall of action-object instruction sequences was measured in individuals with Alzheimer's disease (n = 14) and older adult controls (n = 15). Instruction sequences were read out loud by the experimenter (verbal-only task) or read by the(More)
White and colleagues' suggestion that the distinction between mental and neurological illnesses should disappear is premature. 1 It is perfectly reasonable to argue that mental illnesses are brain diseases—this was clearly stated more than 150 years ago 2 —but this is not a reason to combine mental and behavioural disorders and diseases of the nervous(More)
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