Relevance of the serial position effect in the differential diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment, Alzheimer-type dementia, and normal ageing.

@article{Martn2013RelevanceOT,
  title={Relevance of the serial position effect in the differential diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment, Alzheimer-type dementia, and normal ageing.},
  author={Mariano Mart{\'i}n and yoav. sasson and Luc{\'i}a Crivelli and E Rold{\'a}n Gerschovich and Jo{\~a}o Alberto de Oliveira Campos and Mar{\'i}a de Luj{\'a}n Calcagno and Ram{\'o}n E Leiguarda and Liliana Sabe and Ricardo Francisco Allegri},
  journal={Neurologia},
  year={2013},
  volume={28 4},
  pages={219-25}
}
UNLABELLED Serial position effects are observed when a person memorises a series of words exceeding his or her attention span. Cognitively normal individuals recall words at the beginning and end of the list more frequently than those in the middle, which reflects the way that short- and long-term episodic memory works. OBJECTIVE To study the serial position effect in patients with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) compared to subjects with Alzheimer-type dementia (AD) or normal ageing (NA… CONTINUE READING
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