Hippocampal subfield volumes correlate with memory training benefit in subjective memory impairment

@article{Engvig2012HippocampalSV,
  title={Hippocampal subfield volumes correlate with memory training benefit in subjective memory impairment},
  author={Andreas Engvig and Anders M. Fjell and Lars T. Westlye and Nina V. Skaane and {\O}yvind Sundseth and Kristine B. Walhovd},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2012},
  volume={61},
  pages={188-194}
}
Although some older adults experiencing memory problems have been shown to benefit from cognitive training, evidence regarding who will improve from this type of intervention is lacking. Automated hippocampal volumetry might be used to foresee treatment outcomes. We hypothesized that larger hippocampal volumes are associated with greater memory performance changes following training, and that effects are selectively related to specific hippocampal subfields. 19 memory clinic outpatients with… CONTINUE READING
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