Item and Order Recognition Memory in Subjects with Hypoxic Brain Injury

@article{Hopkins1995ItemAO,
  title={Item and Order Recognition Memory in Subjects with Hypoxic Brain Injury},
  author={Ramona O. Hopkins and Raymond P. Kesner and Menek Goldstein},
  journal={Brain and Cognition},
  year={1995},
  volume={27},
  pages={180-201}
}
Subjects with hypoxic brain injury resulting in significant cell loss in the hippocampus but not the parahippocampal gyrus or temporal lobes and normal control subjects were tested for memory impairments. The Denman Memory Scale was given to all subjects as a baseline memory assessment. All subjects were then tested for item and order recognition memory for lists of six words, pictures, abstract pictures, spatial locations, and motor responses. Results indicated that hypoxic subjects are… CONTINUE READING

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