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Recognition memory in Parkinson's disease.
  1. K A Flowers,
  2. I Pearce,
  3. J M Pearce


    On four tests of visual recognition memory Parkinsonian patients obtained normal scores, both immediately and after a delay. They also resembled controls closely in nearly all characteristics of memory. Their performance did not correlate with age, motor disability or disease duration. Parkinson's disease does not, therefore, affect this kind of memory.

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