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 Title & Authors
Correlation between Subjective and Objective Cognitive-Linguistic Tests in Older Adults
Lee, Mi-Sook;
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 Abstract
Cognitive-linguistic changes that normally accompany aging are often simply an annoyance, but in some instances they may herald a more perilous course of decline to a state of neurological disease. This study investigated the correlation between subjective and objective tests on cognitive-linguistic abilities in older adults and the predictors of objective performances. Healthy elders over 65 years of age (n
 Keywords
Cognitive;Correlation;Informant-report Test;Linguistic;Objective Test;Older Adults;Self-report Test;
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Korean
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