Diana Caine

Medicine University of Sydney, Camperdown, New South Wales, Australia 
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Benjamin MJ, Cifelli A, Garrard P, et al. (2015) The role of working memory and verbal fluency in autobiographical memory in early Alzheimer's disease and matched controls. Neuropsychologia. 78: 115-21
Rudge P, Jaunmuktane Z, Adlard P, et al. (2015) Iatrogenic CJD due to pituitary-derived growth hormone with genetically determined incubation times of up to 40 years. Brain : a Journal of Neurology. 138: 3386-99
Woollacott IO, Fletcher PD, Massey LA, et al. (2015) Compulsive versifying after treatment of transient epileptic amnesia. Neurocase. 21: 548-53
Liang Y, Gordon E, Rohrer J, et al. (2014) A cognitive chameleon: lessons from a novel MAPT mutation case. Neurocase. 20: 684-94
Mead S, Gandhi S, Beck J, et al. (2013) A novel prion disease associated with diarrhea and autonomic neuropathy. The New England Journal of Medicine. 369: 1904-14
Pertzov Y, Miller TD, Gorgoraptis N, et al. (2013) Binding deficits in memory following medial temporal lobe damage in patients with voltage-gated potassium channel complex antibody-associated limbic encephalitis. Brain : a Journal of Neurology. 136: 2474-85
Carter SF, Caine D, Burns A, et al. (2012) Staging of the cognitive decline in Alzheimer's disease: insights from a detailed neuropsychological investigation of mild cognitive impairment and mild Alzheimer's disease. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. 27: 423-32
Caine D, Breen N, Patterson K. (2009) Emergence and progression of 'non-semantic' deficits in semantic dementia Cortex. 45: 483-494
Miller LA, Caine D, Watson JD. (2003) A role for the thalamus in memory for unique entities. Neurocase. 9: 504-14
Breen N, Caine D, Coltheart M. (2002) The role of affect and reasoning in a patient with a delusion of misidentification. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry. 7: 113-37
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