Self- versus informant-report of cognitive decline in mild cognitive impairment: Concordance with cognitive and functional performance

Self- versus informant-report of cognitive decline in mild cognitive impairment: Concordance with cognitive and functional performance
Neuropsychology. 2022 Aug 4. doi: 10.1037/neu0000842. Online ahead of print.ABSTRACTOBJECTIVE: Debate continues regarding the use of self- versus informant-report to diagnose mild cognitive impairment (MCI) with studies reporting patients both overestimating and underestimating their abilities relative to informants. We assessed concordance of self- versus informant-report of cognitive decline with objective cognitive and functional performance in the participants of the preventing Alzheimer's dementia with cognitive remediation plus transcranial direct current stimulation in mild cognitive impairment and depression randomized controlled trial (PACt-MD).METHOD: Three hundred six participants with MCI, and their informants, reported on cognitive decline; the participants also completed a comprehensive assessment ... read more
Pubmed – tDCS and CognitionBy Melissa Milanovic