Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology
Formal publication: July 2023
Authors: Molina-Donoso, M., Parrao, T., Meillon, C., Thumala, D., Lillo, P., Villagra, R., Ibañez, A., Cerda, M., Zitko, P., Amieva, H., & Slachevsky, A.
Abstract: Introduction.- Subjective Cognitive Decline (SCD) refers to a self-perceived experience of decreased cognitive function without objective signs of cognitive impairment in neuropsychological tests or daily living activities. Despite the abundance of instruments addressing SCD, there is no consensus on the methods to be used. Our study is founded on 11 questions selected due to their recurrence in most instruments. The objective was to determine which one of these questions could be used as a simple screening tool.
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