Pupillary response: cognitive effort for breast cancer survivors

@article{Myers2018PupillaryRC,
  title={Pupillary response: cognitive effort for breast cancer survivors},
  author={J. Myers and Melike Kahya and M. Mitchell and Junqiang Dai and J. He and Sanghee Moon and Kevin Hamilton and Mary Valla and A. O’Dea and J. Klemp and M. Kurylo and A. Akinwuntan and H. Devos},
  journal={Supportive Care in Cancer},
  year={2018},
  volume={27},
  pages={1121-1128}
}
PurposeThe purpose of this cross-sectional comparative pilot study was to evaluate cognitive effort, indexed by pupillary response (PR), for breast cancer survivors (BCS) with complaints of cognitive dysfunction following chemotherapy.Study AimsCompare the cognitive effort employed by BCS to healthy controls (HC) during neuropsychological tests (NPT) for memory, sustained attention, verbal fluency, visuospatial ability, processing speed and executive function; and Investigate the relationship… Expand

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