Mild Cognitive Impairment and Everyday Function: Evidence of Reduced Speed in Performing Instrumental Activities of Daily Living
Objective: Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) may involve subtle functional losses that are not detected with typical self- or informant-report assessments of daily function. Information about the nature of functional difficulties in MCI can be used to augment common clinical assessment procedures, and aspects of function that are affected in MCI can serve as meaningful endpoints for intervention trials. Design: Cross-sectional case and comparison group study. Setting: University medical center....[Show more]
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