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First-Person Accounts of Neurologic Conditions

Created:   10/22/2012
Contains:  4 items
The articles in this collection speak to patients and their families as much as to professionals. In each article, a patient or a patient’s parent gives a first-hand account of a mental experience. The patient’s internal experience gives a special perspective that only that person can offer—a perspective that may help everyone involved to improve the patient’s care. We thank Lippincott Williams & Wilkins for generously offering these articles to the public. We will keep adding articles to the collection as they are published.

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Some Thoughts About Thinking

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Orthostatic Hypotension in Patients with Dementia: Clinical Features and Response to Treatment

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A Mind “Surrounded by a Moat”: A First-person Account of Cognitive Impairment in Multiple Sclerosis

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“Language Construction in an Autistic Child: Thoughts Regarding Language Acquisition and Language Therapy”: Translation, Update, and Commentary on a 1977 Case Report

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