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Autism and memory over the short-term

Dr Marie Poirier | Psychology | 01 June 2005

This project examines short-term memory functioning in people with a diagnosis of asperger’s syndrome (as). More specifically, recent evidence suggests that individuals with a diagnosis of as may show patterns of performance that are different to wha ...

Awareness among people with moderate to severe dementia living in care homes

Professor Linda Clare | Psychology | 03 October 2005

An improved understanding of awareness - the appraisal that the person with dementia has of his/her situation and current abilities - is not only theoretically interesting but also vital to the provision of appropriate care and support.   our re ...

A comprehensive profile of awareness in early-stage dementia

Professor Linda Clare | Psychology | 01 May 2007

'awareness' is sometimes referred to as 'insight' - the accuracy with which a person appraises his/her situation and current abilities. People with impairments in memory and thinking skills as a result of injury or illness affecting the brain can som ...

Object-directed motor imitation in children with autism

Dr Deborah Custance | Psychology | 04 January 2007

Nearly every rigorously designed study on action imitation in children with autism has found a deficit, except with regard to activities that involve manipulating objects. However, previous research has often failed to distinguish imitation (learning ...

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