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Associations of event-related brain potentials and Alzheimer's disease severity: A longitudinal study
Fruehwirt W, et al. Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry 2019 - Clinical Trial. Among authors: Dal-Bianco P. PMID 30582941 Free article.
., r = -0.512, p < 0.01 at Pz for target stimuli in probable AD subjects). Further, there were significant Pearson correlations for N200 latency (e.g., r = -0.407, p = 0.026 at Cz for difference waves in probable AD subjects). ...Post-hoc pairwise comparisons between baseline and 18-months follow-up assessment revealed significant P300 latency differences (e.g., p < 0.001 at Cz for difference waves in probable AD subjects). ...

., r = -0.512, p < 0.01 at Pz for target stimuli in probable AD subjects). Further, there were significant Pearson correlations fo

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