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Vision in Alzheimer's disease : 18 tables

Author: Alice Cronin-Golomb
Publisher: Basel [u.a] : Karger, 2004.
Series: Interdisciplinary topics in gerontology, 34.
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Visual dysfunction is prevalent in Alzheimer's disease and in related disorders such as posterior cortical atrophy and Down syndrome. This work spans the range of topics on vision, from structure to  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alice Cronin-Golomb
ISBN: 3805577575 9783805577571
OCLC Number: 253423169
Description: XII, 331 S : Ill., graph. Darst.
Contents: Preface: Grossman, A.B.; Introduction: Cronin-Golomb, A.; Hof, P.R.; Structure and Function; The Anterior Visual System and Circadian Function with Reference to Alzheimer's Disease: Valenti, D.; Neuropathological Changes in Visuospatial Systems in Alzheimer's Disease: von Gunten, A.; Glannakopoulos, P.; Bouras, C.; Hof, P.R.; Functional Imaging in Healthy Aging and Alzheimer's Disease: Anderson, N.D.; Grady, C.L.; Abnormalities in Visual Behavior in AD and Related Disorders; Heterogeneity of Visual Presentation in Alzheimer's Disease: Cronin-Golomb, A.; Posterior Cortical Atrophy: A Visual Variant of Alzheimer's Disease: Mendez, M.F.; Visual Hallucinations in Alzheimer's Disease: Holroyd, S.; Similarities of Visual Deficits in Alzheimer's Disease and Down Syndrome: Rocco, F.J.; Visual Perception and Cognition; Visuospatial Disorientation in Alzheimer's Disease: Impaired Spatiotemporal Integration in Visual Information Processing: Duffy, C.J.; Cushman, L.; Kavolo, V.; Magnocellular Deficit Hypothesis in Alzheimer's Disease: Gilmore, G.C.; Morrison, S.C.; Groth, K.E.; Perceptual Organization in Alzheimer's Disease: Kurylo, D.D.; From Segmentation to Imagination: Testing the Integrity of the Ventral Visual Processing Pathway in Alzheimer's Disease: Tippett, L.J.; Reading and Visual Processing in Alzheimer's Disease: Glosser, G.; Grossman, M.; Visual Attention and Daily Function; Visual Attention and Visual Short-Term Memory in Alzheimer's Disease: Vecers, S.P.; Rizzo, M.; Visual Attention, Genetics, and Alzheimer's Disease: Parasuraman, R.; Greenwood, P.; Closing the Window of Spatial Attention: Effects on Navigational Cue Use in Alzheimer's Disease: Mapstone, M.; Weintraub, S.; Improved Performance on Activities of Daily Living in Alzheimer's Disease: Practical Applications of Vision Research: Dunne, T.; Author Index; Subject Index
Series Title: Interdisciplinary topics in gerontology, 34.
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