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3rd September 2011 - New book

THE COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHIATRY OF PARKINSON'S DISEASE

Patrick McNamara

Publisher's description : Patients with Parkinson's Disease suffer most visibly with such motor deficits as tremor and rigidity and less obviously with a range of nonmotor symptoms, including autonomic dysfunction, mood disorders, and cognitive impairment. The neuropsychiatric disturbances of Parkinson's Disease can be as disabling as its motor disorders, but they have only recently begun to be studied intensively. The author offers a cognitive theory that accounts for both their neurology and their phenomenology. He offers an up-to-date review of current knowledge of neuropsychiatric manifestations of Parkinson's Disease such as cognitive deficits, personality changes, speech and language symptoms, sleep disorders, apathy, psychosis, and dementia.  Click here for more details. For more books concerning Parkinson's Disease go to Parkinson's Disease Books. For more current news go to Parkinson's Disease News.

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