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Pusswald, G; Lehrner, J; Hagmann, M; Dal-Bianco, P; Benke, T; Loitfelder, M; Marksteiner, J; Mosbacher, J; Ransmayr, G; Sanin, G; Schmidt, R.
Gender-specific profiles of the episodic memory in patients with Alzheimer's disease
Z NEUROPSYCHOL. 2018; 29(3): 161-167.
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Autor/innen der Med Uni Graz:
Koini Marisa
Mosbacher Jochen
Schmidt Reinhold

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Gender may be an important modifying factor in the development and progression of Alzheimer's dementia. We examined gender-specific differences in the pattern of cognitive dysfunction of patients with mild to moderate AD. We analyzed differences in the cognitive profile between 113 males (age in years M = 78, SD = 7.99), and 173 females (age in years: M = 80, SD = 8.63), on the CERAD-Plus test battery. We found gender related differences in the neu ropsychological domains of verbal Learning; women performed worse than men. Controlling for depression, stage and duration of dementia, and the years of education, there was still a significant effect of gender on verbal episodic memory. This indicates that the gender specificities of neuropsychological functions should be given careful consideration in clinical diagnosis of dementia.

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