Corrigendum: Corrigendum to 'Self and informant memory concerns align in healthy memory complainers and in early stages of mild cognitive impairment but separate with increasing cognitive impairment'.

@article{Buckley2015CorrigendumCT,
  title={Corrigendum: Corrigendum to 'Self and informant memory concerns align in healthy memory complainers and in early stages of mild cognitive impairment but separate with increasing cognitive impairment'.},
  author={Rachel F. Buckley and Michael Martin Saling and Kathryn A. Ellis and C. C. Rowe and Paul Maruff and Lance S. Macaulay and Ralph N. Martins and Colin L. Masters and Greg Savage and Stephanie R. Rainey-Smith and Alan R Rembach and David J Ames},
  journal={Age and ageing},
  year={2015},
  volume={45 5},
  pages={
          742
        }
}
BACKGROUND Information provided by an informant about a patient with cognitive change is an essential component of clinical history taking. How an informant's report relates to the patient's phenomenological experience of memory loss is yet to be understood. The aim was to examine patterns of relationships between self and informant reports from a… CONTINUE READING