Subjective cognitive impairment: increased prefrontal cortex activation compared to controls during an encoding task.

@article{Rodda2009SubjectiveCI,
  title={Subjective cognitive impairment: increased prefrontal cortex activation compared to controls during an encoding task.},
  author={Joanne E Rodda and Thomas M Dannhauser and Darren J Cutinha and Sukhwinder S. Shergill and Zuzana Walker},
  journal={International journal of geriatric psychiatry},
  year={2009},
  volume={24 8},
  pages={865-74}
}
OBJECTIVE Subjective cognitive impairment (SCI) has been proposed as a clinical stage which may precede mild cognitive impairment in the clinical continuum of AD, and is characterised by the presence of subjective memory complaints in the absence of objective cognitive deficits. Specific memory-related brain activation differences have been reported in mild cognitive impairment and in cognitively normal individuals at known genetic risk of AD; our objective was to determine whether similar… CONTINUE READING

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