Evoked potentials in subjects at risk for Alzheimer's Disease

  title={Evoked potentials in subjects at risk for Alzheimer's Disease},
  author={Nash N. Boutros and Michael Torello and Elizabeth Mary Burns and Shu-Shieh Wu and Henry A. Nasrallah},
  journal={Psychiatry Research},
The P300 component in patients with Alzheimer's disease and their biological children
Event-related potential changes in groups at increased risk for Alzheimer disease.
The findings indicate that groups at increased risk for developing AD show ERP changes consistent with those observed in patients diagnosed as having AD, and support accumulating evidence that AD has a preclinical phase and that early detection may be possible.
Diagnostic Value of Event-Related Evoked Potentials N200 and P300 Subcomponents in Early Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease and Mild Cognitive Impairment
Summary: Event-related potentials (ERPs) have a large application in the evaluation of cognitive processes, particularly in Alzheimer’s disease (AD). The aim of the present study was to evaluate the
Clinical applications of cognitive event-related potentials in Alzheimer's disease.
P300 Amplitude in Alzheimer’s Disease
P300 amplitude is smaller in subjects with Alzheimer’s disease than in healthy controls, and meta-regression showed an association between amplitude and educational attainment, but no associationBetween amplitude and age, sex, and dementia severity.
Usefulness of P300 in Subjective Memory Complaints: A Prospective Study
Assessment of evoked related potentials may contribute to the early detection of dementia of Alzheimer's type (DAT) using a prospective design, and findings from the present study suggest that assessment ofevoked related Potentials may contributing to theEarly detection of DAT.
Functional imaging of hippocampal dysfunction among persons with Alzheimer’s disease: a proof-of-concept study
The functional magnetic resonance imaging sensory gating paradigm developed at the University of Colorado, CO, USA is a functional neuroimaging technique that possesses both the strengths and limitations of a research and clinical technique for use in this population of persons with Alzheimer's disease.
Cognitive event-related potentials: biomarkers of synaptic dysfunction across the stages of Alzheimer's disease.
Critically, ERP studies of individuals at risk for AD may reveal neurophysiological changes prior to clinical deficits, which could advance the early detection and diagnosis of "presymptomatic AD".


P300 assessment of early Alzheimer's disease.
Electrophysiological differences between subtypes of dementia.
The long latency auditory evoked potential in demented patients with clinically definite Huntington's disease, Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease is recorded to support the notion that there are distinguishable subtypes of dementia.
Psychometrics and Event-Related Potentials in the Diagnosis of Dementia
It is found that scores on the Similarities subtest of the WAIS and the Rey Auditory Verbal Learning Test, however, correctly identified 92% of the patients.
Late cognitive event-related potentials in adult down's syndrome
Clinical diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease
The criteria proposed are intended to serve as a guide for the diagnosis of probable, possible, and definite Alzheimer's disease; these criteria will be revised as more definitive information becomes available.
The effects of maturation and aging on the wave form of visually evoked potentials.
Stimulus parameter effects on the P50 evoked response
Age and fitness effects on EEG, ERPs, visual sensitivity, and cognition
Age, Personality, and Somatosensory Cerebral Evoked Responses
Cerebral responses to stimulation of the median nerve were recorded in 89 healthy subjects, aged 15 to 80 years. Relationships between response characteristics, age, sex, and Maudsley Personality