Cortisol and Self-report Measures of Anxiety as Predictors of Neuropsychological Performance
Archives of Clinical Neurospsychology, 04/13/2012
Leininger S et al. – Baseline levels of cortisol at session arrival were positively associated with facilitative memory effects, though there was little association between changes in cortisol and cognitive performance. The study highlights the importance of considering the impact of anxiety during neuropsychological evaluations.