Cognitive and Noncognitive Determinants of Everyday Activities in a Racially Diverse Population of Older Persons Receiving Health Services
The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 07/11/2012
Rovner BW et al. – As the population ages and the prevalence of impaired cognition and disability rises, identifying cognitive and noncognitive determinants of disability becomes increasingly important. Interventions to optimize episodic memory, medical status, and treatment of depression may slow down the pathway to disability in older persons.