Cognitive Impairment in Depressed Older Adults: Implications for Prognosis and Treatment - cognitively depressed adult

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cognitively depressed adult


Although estimates vary, studies have shown that combined depression and cognitive dysfunction is present in roughly 25% of older adults (1).

Objective: Loneliness has been associated with cognitive functioning in the general older adult population. Previous studies further indicate.

Impact of cognitive stimulation on depression, anxiety, cognition and functional capacity among adults and elderly participants of an open university for senior.

Meaning Concurrent changes in depression and cognition among older adults with higher cortical amyloid suggest that depressive symptoms.