Robinson, G and Rossor, M and Cipolotti, L (1999) Selective sparing of verb naming in a case of severe Alzheimer's disease. Cortex , 35 (3) 443 - 450.
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A patient with severe Alzheimer's disease (AD) presented with a severe impairment in naming nouns but selective sparing of the naming of verbs. Her impairment in naming nouns was presented across a wide range of categories investigated. To our knowledge, this is the first case documenting the selective preservation of verb naming in a patient with AD. The implications for the notion of an intrinsic vulnerability of verb naming in AD and for the current knowledge of anatomical correlates of noun/verb processing are discussed.
|Title:||Selective sparing of verb naming in a case of severe Alzheimer's disease.|
|Keywords:||Aged, Alzheimer Disease, Anomia, Female, Humans, Neuropsychological Tests, Pattern Recognition, Visual, Semantics|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Brain Sciences > Institute of Neurology > Neurodegenerative Diseases|
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