Discovering the Person With Alzheimer's Disease: Cognitive, Emotional and Behavioural Aspects
Aging and Mental Health 2001 May; 5(Supplement 1): S7-S16
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Romero, Linda J.; Garry, Philip J.; Schuyler, Mark; Bennahum, David A.; Qualls, Clifford; Ballinger, Lori; Kelly, Velma; Schmitt, Cheryl; Skipper, Betty; Ortiz, Irene E.; Rhyne, Robert L. (2005-04)
Cognitive Models That Predict Physician Judgments of Capacity to Consent in Mild Alzheimer's Disease Marson, Daniel C.; Hawkins, Lauren; McInturff, Bronwyn; Harrell, Lindy E. (1997-04)OBJECTIVE: To identify cognitive measures that predict consent capacity of normal and demented older adults as judged by experienced physicians. This study is a companion to the physician competency judgment research ...
Toward a Neurologic Model of Competency: Cognitive Predictors of Capacity to Consent in Alzheimer's Disease Using Three Different Legal Standards Marson, Daniel C.; Chatterjee, Anjan; Ingram, Kellie K.; Harrell, Lindy E. (1996-03)OBJECTIVE: To identify cognitive predictors of competency performance and status in Alzheimer's disease (AD) using three differentially stringent legal standards for capacity to consent. DESIGN: Univariate and ...