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2 CE Credits. Special Issue on Prediction (JINS 22:10, 2016): CE Bundle 3

2.0 Hours of Continuing Education credits are available for this collection of articles.
CE credits may only be earned for reading ALL of the articles in this bundle.

On this page you may review the learning objectives for the entire series, as well as the titles and authors for each individual article included in this issue.

CLICK HERE to view the abstracts for each article in this series via the Cambridge University Press website.

JINS Special Issue: Preclinical Detection
CE Bundle #3

Issue Co-organizers: John L. Woodard, Larry J. Seidman, Julie C. Stout

LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR BUNDLE #3:

  1. Be able to describe cognitive, academic, and psychosocial outcomes after an incident demyelinating event in childhood.
  2. Describe the role of white matter integrity in the maintenance of episodic memory.
  3. List biomarkers associated with prodromal Parkinson’s Disease.

INDIVIDUAL ARTICLES IN THIS BUNDLE:

Diffusion Tensor Imaging Predictors of Episodic Memory Decline in Healthy Elders at Genetic Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease

Stephen M. Rao, Melissa Lancaster, Michael Seidenberg, J. Carson Smith, Kristy A. Nielson, John L. Woodard, Sally Durgerian

Cognitive and behavioral functioning in childhood acquired demyelinating syndromes

Christine Till, Austin Nogueura, Leonard Verhey, Julia O'Mahony, E Yeh, Jean Mah, Katia Sinopoli, Brian Brooks, , Berengere Aubert-Broche, Sridar Narayanan, Louis Collins, Douglas Arnold, Brenda Banwell

Biomarkers in Prodromal Parkinson disease: a Qualitative Review

Christine Cooper, Lama Chahine