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Science Daily (September 15, 2009): Alzheimer's Disease Results in Greater Language Impairments in More Highly-Educated than Less Learned Patients, New Study Suggests
A postgraduate researcher at the University of Hertfordshire has found that Alzheimer's disease (AD) results in greater language impairments in more highly-educated than less learned patients.
The research also revealed that women with the disease fare worse on language tasks, which have been traditionally associated with better performance in healthy women.
Amy Duncan, who will graduate on September 17 at the University of Hertfordshire's Postgraduate Awards Ceremonies, completed an MSc in Research Methods in Cognitive Neuropsychology during which she reviewed studies of verbal retrieval in over 6000 patients with AD.