P50 gating deficit in Alzheimer dementia correlates to frontal neuropsychological function

@article{Thomas2010P50GD,
  title={P50 gating deficit in Alzheimer dementia correlates to frontal neuropsychological function},
  author={Christine D. Thomas and Ingo vom Berg and Andr{\'e} Rupp and Ulrich Seidl and Matthias Weisbrod},
  journal={Neurobiology of Aging},
  year={2010},
  volume={31},
  pages={416-424}
}
BACKGROUND Cognitive inhibition processes were found to be deficient early in the clinical course of Alzheimer's disease (AD). The inhibition of redundant information is a precondition for efficient cognitive processing and presumably modulated by prefrontal attentional networks. Deficits in the suppression of the evoked potential P50 response to paired clicks are well known in schizophrenic patients and undergo cholinergic modulation. In this study, we aimed to investigate inhibitory gating… CONTINUE READING
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