Apathy: A separate syndrome from depression in dementia? A critical review
Apathy and depression are the most prevalent neuropsychiatric symptoms in Alzheimer's disease and mild cognitive impairment. Despite much research on apathy and depression in dementia, the nosological position of apathy as a separate syndrome from depression remains debated. This literature review provides a critical analysis of the areas of clinical manifestation, symptomatology, assessment, prevalence and neuropathology. Evidence does not provide a clear view of the nosological position of...[Show more]
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