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February 22, 2021
While even overtly demented individuals can proffer a “yes” or “no” response to simple choices (“Do you want coffee today?”), offering a lucid rationale for this choice, and doing so consistently over time, is typically not an outcome experienced with those further along the spectrum of cognitive deficiency.
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While even overtly demented individuals can proffer a “yes” or “no” response to simple choices (“Do you want coffee today?”), offering a lucid rationale for this choice, and doing so consistently over time, is typically not an outcome experienced with those further along the spectrum of cognitive deficiency.
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While even overtly demented individuals can proffer a “yes” or “no” response to simple choices (“Do you want coffee today?”), offering a lucid rationale for this choice, and doing so consistently over time, is typically not an outcome experienced with those further along the spectrum of cognitive deficiency.
Read More
While even overtly demented individuals can proffer a “yes” or “no” response to simple choices (“Do you want coffee today?”), offering a lucid rationale for this choice, and doing so consistently over time, is typically not an outcome experienced with those further along the spectrum of cognitive deficiency.
Read More
While even overtly demented individuals can proffer a “yes” or “no” response to simple choices (“Do you want coffee today?”), offering a lucid rationale for this choice, and doing so consistently over time, is typically not an outcome experienced with those further along the spectrum of cognitive deficiency.
Read More
While even overtly demented individuals can proffer a “yes” or “no” response to simple choices (“Do you want coffee today?”), offering a lucid rationale for this choice, and doing so consistently over time, is typically not an outcome experienced with those further along the spectrum of cognitive deficiency.
Read More
While even overtly demented individuals can proffer a “yes” or “no” response to simple choices (“Do you want coffee today?”), offering a lucid rationale for this choice, and doing so consistently over time, is typically not an outcome experienced with those further along the spectrum of cognitive deficiency.
Read More
While even overtly demented individuals can proffer a “yes” or “no” response to simple choices (“Do you want coffee today?”), offering a lucid rationale for this choice, and doing so consistently over time, is typically not an outcome experienced with those further along the spectrum of cognitive deficiency.
Read More
While even overtly demented individuals can proffer a “yes” or “no” response to simple choices (“Do you want coffee today?”), offering a lucid rationale for this choice, and doing so consistently over time, is typically not an outcome experienced with those further along the spectrum of cognitive deficiency.
Read More
While even overtly demented individuals can proffer a “yes” or “no” response to simple choices (“Do you want coffee today?”), offering a lucid rationale for this choice, and doing so consistently over time, is typically not an outcome experienced with those further along the spectrum of cognitive deficiency.
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