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Perseveration During Verbal Fluency in Traumatic Brain Injury Reflects Impairments in Working Memory (2016)

Fischer-Baum, S., Miozzo, M., Laiacona, M., & Capitani, E. (2016). Perseveration during verbal fluency in traumatic brain injury reflects impairments in working memory. Neuropsychology, 30(7), 791-799. doi:10.1037/ neu0000286

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The authors of this study wanted to determine if perseveration errors during verbal fluency tasks was caused by impairments with inhibitory control or working memory for individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and Alzheimer’s disease (AD).

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Population:

Adult

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Brain Injury