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Neuropsychiatric symptoms including depression, delusions, and hallucinations may also occur and can be troubling to those caring for the patient. Delusions may have paranoid characteristics, often due to patients misinterpreting or misunderstanding an event or person . In early stages of AD, the gross-neurologic examination is usually considered normal; however, as the disease progresses many patients will develop extrapyramidal symptoms 28 Erin Saito, Eliot Licht, Aaron M. McMurtray et al.
H) subserve perceptual priming. g. study: ‗spade‘; test: ‗complete the following stem with the first word that comes to mind: spa--‘). , 1995; Fleischman and Gabrieli, 1998; Meiran and Jelicic, 1995; Russo and Spinnler, 1994) word stem completion rates have been reported. , 1994). One problem with the majority of studies that examine memory retrieval in AD is that they adopt a task dissociation premise, which assumes task performance represents the operation of a specific memory process or memory system.
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