2012
DOI: 10.1590/s1413-294x2012000100017
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Abstract: O presente trabalho apresenta dados de pesquisa referentes à investigação de memória autobiográfica (MA) em idosos com Demência de Alzheimer (DA) nas fases leve e moderada. Participaram do estudo quarenta e quatro idosos, divididos em três grupos: DA leve (n = 15) e DA moderada (n = 15); e 14 idosos sem histórico de alterações neuropsiquiátricas que constituíram o grupo Controle. Utilizou-se na avaliação da memória autobiográfica versão reduzida do Teste de Memória Autobiográfica (TMA) e do Questionário de Mem… Show more

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“…A previous study using live review and distinct instruments also found improvements in autobiographical memory recall (Subramaniam, Woods, & Whitaker, 2014). Our sample presented a high level of general answer (10.49±2.441) and low specific answer recall (3.244±2.245) at baseline, congruent with the idea that cognitive impairment origins overgeneralization of the autobiographical memory (Lemos et al, 2012;Martinelli et al, 2013). The reminiscence intervention group significantly increased specific answer and decreased general response to autobiographical memory recall after reminiscence.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 86%
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“…A previous study using live review and distinct instruments also found improvements in autobiographical memory recall (Subramaniam, Woods, & Whitaker, 2014). Our sample presented a high level of general answer (10.49±2.441) and low specific answer recall (3.244±2.245) at baseline, congruent with the idea that cognitive impairment origins overgeneralization of the autobiographical memory (Lemos et al, 2012;Martinelli et al, 2013). The reminiscence intervention group significantly increased specific answer and decreased general response to autobiographical memory recall after reminiscence.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 86%
“…Studies about autobiographical memory in cognitive impairment are consensual on the fact that the progression of dementia involves decline in autobiographical memory (Addis & Tippett, 2004;El Haj, Postal, Le Gall, & Allain, 2011;Irish et al, 2011;Martinelli, Anssens, Sperduti, & Piolino, 2013;Muller et al, 2012;Philippi et al, 2012) and that these changes can be observed from early stages (Lalanne, Gallarda, & Piolino, 2014;Lemos, Hazin, & Falcão, 2012), resulting in a loss of personal identity (Lalanne et al, 2014). Some particularities are nevertheless to be highlighted in this process.…”
Section: Reminiscence and Autobiographical Memorymentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…This phenomenon is called positive temporal gradient and refers to a central characteristic of this pathology: the presence of retrograde amnesia. Another particularity observed in dementia persons was the presence of overgeneralization of the autobiographical memory (Fromholt et al, 2003;Irish et al, 2011;Lemos, Hazin & Falcão, 2012;Martinelli et al, 2013;Moses, Culpin, Lowe & McWilliam, 2004) a phenomenon also observed in populations with depression and suicide attempt (e.g. Fromholt et al, 2003;Williams et al, 2007).…”
Section: Autobiographical Memory In Dementiamentioning
confidence: 87%
“…Mesmo que na fase intermediária da doença as lembranças apareçam desvinculadas do seu caráter emocional, sugerindo que essa vinculação ainda esteja presente na fase inicial da DA, tais lembranças parecem permanecer ligadas aos fatos autobiográficos (Lemos, Hazin, & Falcão, 2012). Isso remontaria à necessidade de se pensar em intervenções especialmente com os idosos na fase inicial da doença, em uma tentativa de mantê-los integrados ao esquema de si por maior tempo, além de mantê-los vinculados a uma sociabilidade que lhes seja o mais razoável possível, o que provavelmente surtiria efeitos satisfatórios sobre o estado emocional dos familiares e cuidadores desses idosos.…”
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