Biospective Clinical Imaging Scientist, Donald McLaren, co-authors a Neuropsychologia article describing the relationship of memory self-awareness and amyloid pathology.

The variability of awareness may have important implications for the reliability of self-report of dysfunction across the AD spectrum. The current work identifies two patterns of self-awareness changes. First, older adults harboring amyloid have hypernosognosia, an increased awareness of their memory decline prior to measurable changes on objective measures. Second, MCI patients, in contrast, show a range of awareness from marked concern to the lack of insight about their memory ability.

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Dr. McLaren has been involved in clinical imaging since 2002 and has work published in numerous high-profile journals including Science, The Journal of Neuroscience, Cerebral Cortex, Brain, NeuroImage, Neurology, and Human Brain Mapping.

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