Glucose Attenuation of the Associative Memory Deficit in Older Adults.

@inproceedings{Ennis2012GlucoseAO,
  title={Glucose Attenuation of the Associative Memory Deficit in Older Adults.},
  author={Gilda Edwards Ennis},
  year={2012}
}
ENNIS, GILDA EDWARDS. Glucose Attenuation of the Associative Memory Deficit in Older Adults. (Under the direction of Drs. Shevaun D. Neupert and Thomas M. Hess.) This study examined if glucose would attenuate the associative memory deficit in non-diabetic older adults and investigated whether memory enhancement would be dependent upon glucose regulation. Working memory was also assessed to examine the counter-hypothesis that glucose may enhance performance on any demanding memory test and that… CONTINUE READING

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