Associations between physical function, dual-task performance and cognition in patients with mild Alzheimer's disease.

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OBJECTIVE Alzheimer's disease (AD) causes a gradual decline in cognition, limitations of dual-tasking and physical function leading to total dependence. Hence, information about the interaction between physical function, dual-task performance and cognition may lead to new treatment strategies with the purpose of preserving function and quality of life. The… (More)

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@article{Sobol2016AssociationsBP, title={Associations between physical function, dual-task performance and cognition in patients with mild Alzheimer's disease.}, author={Nanna Aue Sobol and Kristine Hoffmann and Asmus Vogel and Annette Lolk and Hanne Gottrup and Peter H\ogh and Steen G. Hasselbalch and Nina Beyer}, journal={Aging & mental health}, year={2016}, volume={20 11}, pages={1139-1146} }