A High-p/Low-p Procedure to Improve Recall Memory in Elderly Patients with Mild to Moderate Cognitive Impairment
The objective of this study was to demonstrate the effectiveness of implementing two types of high-probability of naming/low-probability of naming procedures to improve object recall memory in elderly individuals with cognitive impairment. The procedures involved the use of directives for recall compliance with a demonstrated high rate of compliance followed by embedded directives with a demonstrated low rate of recall. Two elderly subjects in states of cognitive decline were used in this demonstration. Results indicated positive outcomes with both procedures. Recall-based interventions were more effective than recognition-based procedures.
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A. Seefeldt, D., Houlihan, D., & A. Buchanan, J. (2016). A High-p/Low-p procedure to improve recall memory in elderly patients with mild to moderate cognitive impairment. Advances in Research, 6(6), 1-9. doi:10.9734/AIR/2016/24580
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