Alzheimer’s Disease Patients Retain Emotions After Memory Loss

Alzheimer’s Disease Patients Retain Emotions After Memory Loss
A group of researchers have recently discovered Alzheimer’s patients’ unusual ability to retain emotion despite memory loss. According to the findings of their study, which is now available in the September 2014 issue of Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology, patients with Alzheimer’s disease may not remember visits from loved ones, or neglect/abuse, but the emotions they felt

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