Overview: Alzheimer's disease, its Epidemiology, Identification and Treatment 
Overview: Alzheimer's disease, its Epidemiology, Identification and Treatment by UCLA / William Grisham
Video Lecture 9 of 10
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Date Added: December 5, 2010

Lecture Description

November 20, 2009

Overview:

- Cognitive changes associates with Alzheimer's disease
- Epidemiology of Alzheimer's disease: Risk Factors
- Concept of cognitive reserve
- Treatments in the horizon - Golde article
- Identifying pre-clinical Alzheimer's disease

About the Professor:
Dr. Barbara Knowlton is a Professor from the UCLA Department of Psychology since 2004. She is interested in the neural substrates of memory and executive function. In her main line of research, she examines the role of different medial temporal lobe structures in declarative memory. She is also interested in the role of corticostriatal loops in habit learning and would like to further delineate the role of different loops in cognition.

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Course Index

Course Description

In this course, Prof. William Grisham gives 7 video lectures on Behavioral Neuroscience Laboratory. This is a laboratory experience exploring various topics in behavioral neuroscience.

Original Course Name: Behavioral Neuroscience Lab, Psychology 116, UCLA Psychology 116: Neuroscience Lab.

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