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2.5 CE Credits. Motor Cognition Special Issue (JINS 23:2, 2017): CE Bundle 1

2.5 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: Motor Cognition
CE Bundle #1

Issue Co-organizers: Guy Vingerhoets & Deborah Harrington

LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR BUNDLE #1:

  1. Describe the praxis representation network (PRN).
  2. List major temporal, parietal and frontal lobe nodes of the PRN, and their key functions.
  3. Distinguish between domains of actions that are central for research and clinical diagnosis of apraxia.
  4. Enumerate the predictions that follow from different theories of pantomime for localization of critical lesion sites.
  5. Describe brain lesions associated with motor learning deficits in limb apraxia.

INDIVIDUAL ARTICLES IN THIS BUNDLE:

Planning Functional Grasps of Simple Tools Invokes the Hand-independent Praxis Representation Network: An fMRI Study

L. Przybylski and G. Kroliczak

Facets of Pantomime

G. Goldenberg

Rethinking the Cognitive Mechanisms Underlying Pantomime of Tool Use:
Evidence from Alzheimer's Disease and Semantic Dementia

M. Lesourd, J. Baumard, C. Jarry, F. Etcharry-Bouyx, S. Belliard, O. Moreaud, B. Croisile, V. Chauvire, M. Granjon, D. Le Gall, and F. Osiurak

Motor Adaptation Deficits in Ideomotor Apraxia

P.K. Mutha, L.H. Stapp, R.L. Sainburg, and K.Y. Haaland

2.5 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 #1

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

LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR BUNDLE #1:

  1. Describe the pattern of cerebral amyloid accumulation seen across stages of preclinical AD.
  2. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and aspects of episodic memory function.
  3. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and future neurocognitive performance.

INDIVIDUAL ARTICLES IN THIS BUNDLE:

Patterns of cortical and subcortical amyloid burden across stages of preclinical Alzheimer’s disease

Emily Edmonds, Katherine Bangen, Lisa Delano-Wood, Daniel Nation, Ansgar Furst, David Salmon, Mark Bondi

Prediction of Free and Cued Selective Reminding Test performance using volumetric and amyloid-based biomarkers of Alzheimer’s disease

Lisa Quenon, Laurence Dricot, John L. Woodard, Bernard Hanseeuw, Nathalie Gilis, Renaud Lhommel, Adrian Ivanoiu

Motor Adaptation Deficits in Ideomotor Apraxia

P.K. Mutha, L.H. Stapp, R.L. Sainburg, and K.Y. Haaland

2.5 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 #1

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

LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR BUNDLE #1:

  1. Describe the pattern of cerebral amyloid accumulation seen across stages of preclinical AD.
  2. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and aspects of episodic memory function.
  3. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and future neurocognitive performance.

INDIVIDUAL ARTICLES IN THIS BUNDLE:

Patterns of cortical and subcortical amyloid burden across stages of preclinical Alzheimer’s disease

Emily Edmonds, Katherine Bangen, Lisa Delano-Wood, Daniel Nation, Ansgar Furst, David Salmon, Mark Bondi

Prediction of Free and Cued Selective Reminding Test performance using volumetric and amyloid-based biomarkers of Alzheimer’s disease

Lisa Quenon, Laurence Dricot, John L. Woodard, Bernard Hanseeuw, Nathalie Gilis, Renaud Lhommel, Adrian Ivanoiu

Computerized cognitive tests are associated with biomarkers of Alzheimer's disease in cognitively normal individuals 10 years prior

Anja Soldan, Corinne Pettigrew, Abhay Moghekar, Marilyn Albert

2.5 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 #1

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

LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR BUNDLE #1:

  1. Describe the pattern of cerebral amyloid accumulation seen across stages of preclinical AD.
  2. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and aspects of episodic memory function.
  3. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and future neurocognitive performance.

INDIVIDUAL ARTICLES IN THIS BUNDLE:

Patterns of cortical and subcortical amyloid burden across stages of preclinical Alzheimer’s disease

Emily Edmonds, Katherine Bangen, Lisa Delano-Wood, Daniel Nation, Ansgar Furst, David Salmon, Mark Bondi

Prediction of Free and Cued Selective Reminding Test performance using volumetric and amyloid-based biomarkers of Alzheimer’s disease

Lisa Quenon, Laurence Dricot, John L. Woodard, Bernard Hanseeuw, Nathalie Gilis, Renaud Lhommel, Adrian Ivanoiu

Computerized cognitive tests are associated with biomarkers of Alzheimer's disease in cognitively normal individuals 10 years prior

Anja Soldan, Corinne Pettigrew, Abhay Moghekar, Marilyn Albert

2.5 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 #1

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

LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR BUNDLE #1:

  1. Describe the pattern of cerebral amyloid accumulation seen across stages of preclinical AD.
  2. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and aspects of episodic memory function.
  3. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and future neurocognitive performance.

INDIVIDUAL ARTICLES IN THIS BUNDLE:

Patterns of cortical and subcortical amyloid burden across stages of preclinical Alzheimer’s disease

Emily Edmonds, Katherine Bangen, Lisa Delano-Wood, Daniel Nation, Ansgar Furst, David Salmon, Mark Bondi

Prediction of Free and Cued Selective Reminding Test performance using volumetric and amyloid-based biomarkers of Alzheimer’s disease

Lisa Quenon, Laurence Dricot, John L. Woodard, Bernard Hanseeuw, Nathalie Gilis, Renaud Lhommel, Adrian Ivanoiu

Computerized cognitive tests are associated with biomarkers of Alzheimer's disease in cognitively normal individuals 10 years prior

Anja Soldan, Corinne Pettigrew, Abhay Moghekar, Marilyn Albert

2.5 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 #1

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

LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR BUNDLE #1:

  1. Describe the pattern of cerebral amyloid accumulation seen across stages of preclinical AD.
  2. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and aspects of episodic memory function.
  3. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and future neurocognitive performance.

INDIVIDUAL ARTICLES IN THIS BUNDLE:

Patterns of cortical and subcortical amyloid burden across stages of preclinical Alzheimer’s disease

Emily Edmonds, Katherine Bangen, Lisa Delano-Wood, Daniel Nation, Ansgar Furst, David Salmon, Mark Bondi

Prediction of Free and Cued Selective Reminding Test performance using volumetric and amyloid-based biomarkers of Alzheimer’s disease

Lisa Quenon, Laurence Dricot, John L. Woodard, Bernard Hanseeuw, Nathalie Gilis, Renaud Lhommel, Adrian Ivanoiu

Computerized cognitive tests are associated with biomarkers of Alzheimer's disease in cognitively normal individuals 10 years prior

Anja Soldan, Corinne Pettigrew, Abhay Moghekar, Marilyn Albert

2.5 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 #1

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

LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR BUNDLE #1:

  1. Describe the pattern of cerebral amyloid accumulation seen across stages of preclinical AD.
  2. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and aspects of episodic memory function.
  3. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and future neurocognitive performance.

INDIVIDUAL ARTICLES IN THIS BUNDLE:

Patterns of cortical and subcortical amyloid burden across stages of preclinical Alzheimer’s disease

Emily Edmonds, Katherine Bangen, Lisa Delano-Wood, Daniel Nation, Ansgar Furst, David Salmon, Mark Bondi

Prediction of Free and Cued Selective Reminding Test performance using volumetric and amyloid-based biomarkers of Alzheimer’s disease

Lisa Quenon, Laurence Dricot, John L. Woodard, Bernard Hanseeuw, Nathalie Gilis, Renaud Lhommel, Adrian Ivanoiu

Computerized cognitive tests are associated with biomarkers of Alzheimer's disease in cognitively normal individuals 10 years prior

Anja Soldan, Corinne Pettigrew, Abhay Moghekar, Marilyn Albert

2.5 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 #1

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

LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR BUNDLE #1:

  1. Describe the pattern of cerebral amyloid accumulation seen across stages of preclinical AD.
  2. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and aspects of episodic memory function.
  3. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and future neurocognitive performance.

INDIVIDUAL ARTICLES IN THIS BUNDLE:

Patterns of cortical and subcortical amyloid burden across stages of preclinical Alzheimer’s disease

Emily Edmonds, Katherine Bangen, Lisa Delano-Wood, Daniel Nation, Ansgar Furst, David Salmon, Mark Bondi

Prediction of Free and Cued Selective Reminding Test performance using volumetric and amyloid-based biomarkers of Alzheimer’s disease

Lisa Quenon, Laurence Dricot, John L. Woodard, Bernard Hanseeuw, Nathalie Gilis, Renaud Lhommel, Adrian Ivanoiu

Computerized cognitive tests are associated with biomarkers of Alzheimer's disease in cognitively normal individuals 10 years prior

Anja Soldan, Corinne Pettigrew, Abhay Moghekar, Marilyn Albert

2.5 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 #1

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

LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR BUNDLE #1:

  1. Describe the pattern of cerebral amyloid accumulation seen across stages of preclinical AD.
  2. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and aspects of episodic memory function.
  3. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and future neurocognitive performance.

INDIVIDUAL ARTICLES IN THIS BUNDLE:

Patterns of cortical and subcortical amyloid burden across stages of preclinical Alzheimer’s disease

Emily Edmonds, Katherine Bangen, Lisa Delano-Wood, Daniel Nation, Ansgar Furst, David Salmon, Mark Bondi

Prediction of Free and Cued Selective Reminding Test performance using volumetric and amyloid-based biomarkers of Alzheimer’s disease

Lisa Quenon, Laurence Dricot, John L. Woodard, Bernard Hanseeuw, Nathalie Gilis, Renaud Lhommel, Adrian Ivanoiu

Computerized cognitive tests are associated with biomarkers of Alzheimer's disease in cognitively normal individuals 10 years prior

Anja Soldan, Corinne Pettigrew, Abhay Moghekar, Marilyn Albert

2.5 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 #1

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

LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR BUNDLE #1:

  1. Describe the pattern of cerebral amyloid accumulation seen across stages of preclinical AD.
  2. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and aspects of episodic memory function.
  3. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and future neurocognitive performance.

INDIVIDUAL ARTICLES IN THIS BUNDLE:

Patterns of cortical and subcortical amyloid burden across stages of preclinical Alzheimer’s disease

Emily Edmonds, Katherine Bangen, Lisa Delano-Wood, Daniel Nation, Ansgar Furst, David Salmon, Mark Bondi

Prediction of Free and Cued Selective Reminding Test performance using volumetric and amyloid-based biomarkers of Alzheimer’s disease

Lisa Quenon, Laurence Dricot, John L. Woodard, Bernard Hanseeuw, Nathalie Gilis, Renaud Lhommel, Adrian Ivanoiu

Computerized cognitive tests are associated with biomarkers of Alzheimer's disease in cognitively normal individuals 10 years prior

Anja Soldan, Corinne Pettigrew, Abhay Moghekar, Marilyn Albert

2.5 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 #1

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

LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR BUNDLE #1:

  1. Describe the pattern of cerebral amyloid accumulation seen across stages of preclinical AD.
  2. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and aspects of episodic memory function.
  3. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and future neurocognitive performance.

INDIVIDUAL ARTICLES IN THIS BUNDLE:

Patterns of cortical and subcortical amyloid burden across stages of preclinical Alzheimer’s disease

Emily Edmonds, Katherine Bangen, Lisa Delano-Wood, Daniel Nation, Ansgar Furst, David Salmon, Mark Bondi

Prediction of Free and Cued Selective Reminding Test performance using volumetric and amyloid-based biomarkers of Alzheimer’s disease

Lisa Quenon, Laurence Dricot, John L. Woodard, Bernard Hanseeuw, Nathalie Gilis, Renaud Lhommel, Adrian Ivanoiu

Computerized cognitive tests are associated with biomarkers of Alzheimer's disease in cognitively normal individuals 10 years prior

Anja Soldan, Corinne Pettigrew, Abhay Moghekar, Marilyn Albert

2.5 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 #1

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

LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR BUNDLE #1:

  1. Describe the pattern of cerebral amyloid accumulation seen across stages of preclinical AD.
  2. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and aspects of episodic memory function.
  3. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and future neurocognitive performance.

INDIVIDUAL ARTICLES IN THIS BUNDLE:

Patterns of cortical and subcortical amyloid burden across stages of preclinical Alzheimer’s disease

Emily Edmonds, Katherine Bangen, Lisa Delano-Wood, Daniel Nation, Ansgar Furst, David Salmon, Mark Bondi

Prediction of Free and Cued Selective Reminding Test performance using volumetric and amyloid-based biomarkers of Alzheimer’s disease

Lisa Quenon, Laurence Dricot, John L. Woodard, Bernard Hanseeuw, Nathalie Gilis, Renaud Lhommel, Adrian Ivanoiu

Computerized cognitive tests are associated with biomarkers of Alzheimer's disease in cognitively normal individuals 10 years prior

Anja Soldan, Corinne Pettigrew, Abhay Moghekar, Marilyn Albert

2.5 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 #1

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

LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR BUNDLE #1:

  1. Describe the pattern of cerebral amyloid accumulation seen across stages of preclinical AD.
  2. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and aspects of episodic memory function.
  3. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and future neurocognitive performance.

INDIVIDUAL ARTICLES IN THIS BUNDLE:

Patterns of cortical and subcortical amyloid burden across stages of preclinical Alzheimer’s disease

Emily Edmonds, Katherine Bangen, Lisa Delano-Wood, Daniel Nation, Ansgar Furst, David Salmon, Mark Bondi

Prediction of Free and Cued Selective Reminding Test performance using volumetric and amyloid-based biomarkers of Alzheimer’s disease

Lisa Quenon, Laurence Dricot, John L. Woodard, Bernard Hanseeuw, Nathalie Gilis, Renaud Lhommel, Adrian Ivanoiu

Computerized cognitive tests are associated with biomarkers of Alzheimer'sdisease in cognitively normal individuals 10 years prior

Anja Soldan, Corinne Pettigrew, Abhay Moghekar, Marilyn Albert

2.5 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 #1

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

LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR BUNDLE #1:

  1. Describe the pattern of cerebral amyloid accumulation seen across stages of preclinical AD.
  2. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and aspects of episodic memory function.
  3. Describe relationships between AD biomarkers and future neurocognitive performance.

INDIVIDUAL ARTICLES IN THIS BUNDLE:

Patterns of cortical and subcortical amyloid burden across stages of preclinical Alzheimer’s disease

Emily Edmonds, Katherine Bangen, Lisa Delano-Wood, Daniel Nation, Ansgar Furst, David Salmon, Mark Bondi

Prediction of Free and Cued Selective Reminding Test performance using volumetric and amyloid-based biomarkers of Alzheimer’s disease

Lisa Quenon, Laurence