Behavioral disturbance, cognitive dysfunction, and functional skill. Prevalence and relationship in Alzheimer's disease.

Abstract

The nature and severity of behavioral problems, and their relationship to cognitive and functional abilities, was investigated in 56 community-residing patients with Alzheimer's disease. Measures evaluated three domains of function: behavior, cognition and activities of daily living. Problems of cognitive functioning, such as memory loss, confusion, and… (More)

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