Local–global processing in Alzheimer’s disease: an examination of interference, inhibition and priming

@article{Slavin2002LocalglobalPI,
  title={Local–global processing in Alzheimer’s disease: an examination of interference, inhibition and priming},
  author={Melissa J. Slavin and Jason B. Mattingley and John L. Bradshaw and Elsdon Storey},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2002},
  volume={40},
  pages={1173-1186}
}
  • Melissa J. Slavin, Jason B. Mattingley, +1 author Elsdon Storey
  • Published in Neuropsychologia 2002
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Impairments of memory, praxis, gnosis, language and executive functioning are well documented in Alzheimer's disease (AD). Functions, such as attention, however, have only recently been systematically investigated. We used Navon-type stimuli (large "global" digits composed of smaller "local" digits) to assess 12 AD participants' plus age-matched controls' ability to focus and alter the scale of their spatial attention. In the first experiment, participants responded to either the global or… CONTINUE READING

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