The pre-Alzheimer’s brain

Posted on March 4th, 2013 by Logan Lafferty

Using several effective methods to find early signs of Alzheimer’s disease is important, says Glen Smith, PhD, a clinical neuropsychologist working on early detection of Alzheimer’s at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, and a member of APA’s Committee on Aging. “The more ways you measure something, the more accurately it’s measured,” he says.

 

APA Monitor by Rebecca Voelker

Tags: alzheimer's disease, APA Monitor, Committee on Aging, Dr. Glen Smith, early signs, Mayo Clinic Rochester, Neurology, Psychology and Psychiatry, Research

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