Predicting Cognitive Decline in Healthy Older Adults
Objective: Authors performed a neuropsychological determination of which individuals in a group of community-dwelling, healthy elderly volunteers would develop cognitive decline. Methods: A group of 155 volunteers reporting good memory and thinking participated in a prospective study over 4 years. Authors monitored cognitive functioning and incidence of Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)/Alzheimer disease (AD). Results: Baseline assessment revealed a sub-group of participants with deficits in...[Show more]
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