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Aging and Dementia: Neuropsychology, Motor Skills, and Pain
Scherder, Erik
VU University Press / Softcover / 2012-01-01 / 9086595618
Dementia / Neuropsychology
price: $54.95 (may be subject to change)
224 pages
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Drawing on the most current research, this study is the perfect companion for those who work alongside elderly people with and without dementia. The book explains why changes in cognition, motor skills, and pain are typical for the elderly while describing the most prevalent subtypes of dementia, including Alzheimer's disease, vascular dementia, and frontotemporal dementia. Focusing on the motor skills of hand motor activity and gait, the study also illustrates changes in the various aspects of pain experience, explaining them clearly through the use of neuropathology of the medial and lateral pain systems. Updates concerning compensation and rehabilitation are also included.

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