Memory Complaint as a Predictor of Cognitive Decline: A Comparison of African American and White Elders
JOURNAL OF AGING AND HEALTH, pp. 171-184, 1997.
Of a representative, racially mixed community sample of older adults in North Carolina, 59% of Whites and 49% of African Americans reported worsening memory. The complaint about memory was positively correlated with age, depressive symptomatology, and physical function but not with level of cognitive function as measured by the Short Port...More
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