**CLOSED** Adults Healthy or with Early-Stage Alzheimer's Disease Can Contribute to Neurological Research with Cognition Study

by member 107


This study is looking at semantic memory differences in adults with early-stage Alzheimer disease and healthy adults.

Two parts lasting 90 minutes each:
1) At your residence; doing cognitive screening and two standardized tests
2) Hearing test and EEG test of noninvasive net on scalp while responding to pictures and hearing words on computer screen.


  • 65-90 years old
  • Right handed
  • Native English speaker
  • Minimum of 12 years of education
  • Healthy adult or early-stage Alzheimer's disease
  • No other neurological/psych deficits
  • Intact hearing (can have hearing aids; hearing will be tested) and can have corrected vision with lenses


  • From home
  • Scientific research
  • 3 hours (2 90-minute sessions)
  • Garden City, New York

Receive: $50 gift card of choice, counseling & strategies for dealing with Alzheimer's disease from trained speech-language pathologist

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