Cognitive impairment and memory dysfunction after a stroke diagnosis: a post-stroke memory assessment
- Psychology, MedicineNeuropsychiatric disease and treatment
This review aims to combine available neuropsychological assessments to develop a post-stroke memory assessment (PSMA) scheme based on the most recognized and available studies and proposes an optimal therapeutic program that would help stroke patients enjoy additional years with higher quality of life.
Post-Stroke Working Memory Dysfunction: A Meta-Analysis and Systematic Review
- PsychologyNeuropsychology review
Systematically reviewing the literature showed that working memory deficits remain prominent in the chronic stage of stroke, and Lesions in a widespread fronto-parietal network are associated withWorking memory deficits.
Major neurocognitive disorder followıng isolated hippocampal ischemıc lesions
- Medicine, PsychologyJournal of the Neurological Sciences
What are the most common memory complaints following stroke? A frequency and exploratory factor analysis of items from the Everyday Memory Questionnaire-Revised
- Psychology, MedicineThe Clinical neuropsychologist
Stroke survivors’ everyday memory complaints fall into two distinct categories relating to memory and attentional processes, suggesting that two subscales termed Forgetting and Attention would be most appropriate for clinical use with stroke survivors.
Repetition-lag memory training is feasible in patients with chronic stroke, including those with memory problems.
- PsychologyBrain injury
Findings show that repetition-lag memory training is a possible approach with stroke survivors to enhance recollection and that the method is feasible with a wide range of stroke survivors.
Cognitive Impairments of Dementia with Lewy Bodies
- Psychology, Biology
This chapter summarizes the way to detect the deficits in each cognitive domain and the features of the deficit in DLB, discussing the neural mechanisms of the deficits.
Repetition-lag memory training is feasible in patients with chronic stroke, including those with memory problems
- PsychologyBrain injury
Findings show that repetition-lag memory training is a possible approach with patients with stroke to enhance recollection, and both groups showed some indication of transfer to the non-trained backward digit span task and visuospatial memory.
Disentangling the effects of age and APOE on neuropathology and late life cognitive decline
- Psychology, BiologyNeurobiology of Aging
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Does Damage to the Frontal Lobes Produce Impairment in Memory?
- Psychology, Biology
It is demonstrated that different frontal regions affect strategic memory processes in unique ways, and some regions of the frontal lobes are involved in nonstrategic memory encoding.
Deficits of memory, executive functioning and attention following infarction in the thalamus; a study of 22 cases with localised lesions
- Psychology, BiologyNeuropsychologia
Human amnesia and the medial temporal region: enduring memory impairment following a bilateral lesion limited to field CA1 of the hippocampus
- Psychology, BiologyThe Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience
This is the first reported case of amnesia following a lesion limited to the hippocampus in which extensive neuropsychological and neuropathological analyses have been carried out.
Implicit and explicit memory after focal thalamic lesions
- Psychology, BiologyNeurology
Focal subcortical lesions in the thalamus and the basal ganglia lead to a similar profile of neuropsychological deficits, which are related to subjects’ long-term explicit memory performance.
Verbal memory and learning in unilateral posterior cerebral infarction. A report on 30 cases.
- Psychology, BiologyBrain : a journal of neurology
It cannot be excluded, at least in some cases, that small lesions in the fimbria-fornix route, in the retrosplenial cortex or in the hippocampal formation itself also contribute to the memory and learning dysfunction.
Memory disturbance after stroke: frequency and associated losses.
- Psychology, MedicineInternational rehabilitation medicine
Patients who survived an acute stroke had their memory assessed at 3 months, and poor memory function was not associated with more severe strokes, but was associated with poor functional ability on everyday tasks.
Vascular cognitive disorders Memory, mental speed and cognitive flexibility after stroke
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of the Neurological Sciences
[Memory loss with lesions of hippocampal formation. Report of a case with some remarks on the anatomical basis of memory].
- Psychology, BiologyArchives of neurology
In 1888, Sanger-Brown and Schafer 1 described an apparent disturbance of memory in monkeys after the partial or total removal of both temporal lobes, and the matter then lay dormant until 1954, when Scoville 3 described a grave loss of recent memory in 2 patients after resection of the medial parts of bothporal lobes.
Disorders of frontal lobe functioning.
- PsychologySeminars in neurology
This review presents specific steps that assist in overcoming the limitations of current understanding and proposes approaches to advance further a useful clinical neurology of frontal lobe disorders as well as a more finely grained scientific description of core frontal processes.