Cognitive, Functional, and Psychiatric Features of Progressive Supranuclear Palsy

Adam Gerstenecker, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, University of Alabama, Birmingham

Live lecture date: 09/27/2021

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*This quiz has three multiple-choice questions and one discussion question.

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Journal Article Activity: Read and discuss the following article: Gerstnecker, A. (2017). The Neuropsychology (Broadly Conceived) of Multiple System Atrophy, Progressive Supranuclear Palsy, and Corticobasal Degeneration. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 32, 861-875.

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Stacy is reviewing imaging data on a patient with suspected PSP. She has noted quite a bit of atrophy. In which area of the brain is she less likely to see atrophy in this patient with PSP?

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Bob is suspected of having PSP by his movement disorder specialist in neurology. He is referred for neuropsychological testing. What is the most likely finding to emerge from this exam?

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Bob shared with the neuropsychologist that he is having some mood related issues. What should the neuropsychologist be concerned about in this regard?

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