Cerebral Aging

Cerebral Aging

September 2001 – Vol 3 – No. 3

State of the art

Cerebral aging: integration of brain and behavioral models of cognitive function
Denise C. Park, PhD; Thad A. Polk, PhD; Joseph A. Mikels, MS; Stephan F. Taylor, MD; Christy Marshuetz, PhD

Basic research

Brain aging research at the close of the 20th century: from bench to bedside
Carolyn Cidis Meltzer, MD; Paul T. Francis, PhD

Pharmacological aspects

Cognitive toxicity of drugs used in the elderly
Lisa L. von Moltke, MD; David J. Greenblatt, MD; Myroslava K. Romach, MD; Edward M. Sellers, MD, PhD

Therapeutic approaches to age-associated neurocognitive disorders
Ruth O’Hara, PhD; Christian Derouesné, MD; Konstantinos N. Fountoulakis, MD; Jerome A. Yesavage, MD

Posters & images in neuroscience

Brain abnormalities underlying limb apraxia in corticobasal degeneration: an fMRI study
Olivier Beauchet, MD; Pascal Giraux, MD; Fabien Schneider, MD; Roland Peyron, MD; Fabrice Barral, PhD; Bernard Laurent, PhD

Clinical research

Cerebral aging: neuropsychological, neuroradiological, and neurometabolic correlates.
Sergio E. Starkstein, MD, PhD; Janus L. Kremer, MD

Free paper

Treating age-related changes in somatotrophic hormones, sleep, and cognition
Michael V. Vitiello, PhD