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Spatial Cognition

Study Title:

Spatial cognition in neurodegenerative disease

This study examines visual spatial processing in Parkinson’s disease. A primary goal is to develop more sensitive measures of cognitive functioning that may be useful for clinical trials.

Eligibility:

  •  English speaking patients with PD or PD MCI, but not patients with dementia.
  • Participants will be administered several computer-based and paper and pencil neuropsychological tests that measure different components of spatial cognition. 
  • Participation will take a total of about 3 hours per study and subjects can choose to participate in either or both studies.

Contact:

Erica Johnson

EJohnson@memory.ucsf.edu

(415) 476-1883