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Type 2 diabetes and impaired glucose tolerance are associated with word memory source monitoring recollection deficits but not simple recognition familiarity deficits following water, low glycaemic load, and high glycaemic load breakfasts.

Lamport, D. J., Lawton, C. L., Mansfield, M. W., Moulin, C. A. J. and Dye, L. (2014) Type 2 diabetes and impaired glucose tolerance are associated with word memory source monitoring recollection deficits but not simple recognition familiarity deficits following water, low glycaemic load, and high glycaemic load breakfasts. Physiology & behavior, 124. pp. 54-60. ISSN 0031-9384

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To link to this item DOI: 10.1016/j.physbeh.2013.10.033

Abstract/Summary

Isolated source monitoring recollection deficits indicate that abnormalities in glucose metabolism are not detrimental for global episodic memory processes. This enhances our understanding of how metabolic disorders are associated with memory impairments.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Life Sciences > School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences > Department of Psychology
ID Code:37031
Publisher:Elsevier

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