Behavioural effects of infectious mononucleosis.

  title={Behavioural effects of infectious mononucleosis.},
  author={Sarah R. Hall and A P Smith},
  volume={33 4},
The aim of the present study was to provide preliminary information on the acute and chronic effects of infectious mononucleosis (IM) on memory, attention, psychomotor performance and mood. These issues were examined by comparing individuals with acute IM, those who had the initial illness some months before, and matched healthy controls. Objective measures of memory, attention, motor skills and visual functions were obtained, as were subjective reports of mood. The results showed selective… CONTINUE READING


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