Cognitive Reserve and Alzheimer Disease

@article{Stern2006CognitiveRA,
  title={Cognitive Reserve and Alzheimer Disease},
  author={Yaakov Stern},
  journal={Alzheimer Disease & Associated Disorders},
  year={2006},
  volume={20},
  pages={S69-S74}
}
  • Yaakov Stern
  • Published 2006
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Alzheimer Disease & Associated Disorders
  • Epidemiologic evidence suggests that individuals with higher IQ, education, occupational attainment, or participation in leisure activities have a reduced risk of developing Alzheimer disease (AD). The concept of cognitive reserve (CR) posits that individual differences in how tasks are processed provide differential reserve against brain pathology or age-related changes. This may take 2 forms. In neural reserve, preexisting brain networks that are more efficient or have greater capacity may be… CONTINUE READING

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