volume 66, issue 2b, P312-317 2008
DOI: 10.1590/s0004-282x2008000300005
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Abstract: Abstract -Introduction: Semantic relations among words and repetition enhance free recall, but it is unknown if these facilitating factors are effective in dementia. Method: Alzheimer's patients (MILD-Alz, MOD-Alz) were compared to healthy elderly. Fifteen-word lists were read out to the subjects. In four sets of lists the words in intermediary input positions were semantically related or not, or the midlist words were repeated, or they were repeated and semantically related. Results: The usual third peak of …

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