Monthly Archives: May 2015

FALSE MEMORIES

The Deese–Roediger–McDermott (DRM) paradigm (Roediger and McDermott, 1995) is a procedure to study false memories. In this paradigm, individuals are induced to falsely recall/recognize a nonstudied word (e.g. sleep), which is defined as the “critical lure”, through the previous study … Continue reading

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Brain imaging and bioimaging for Parkinson’s Disease

Bioimaging for Parkinson’s Disease (PD) could be useful, especially for those patients consulting for the first time and not fulfilling entirely the diagnostic criteria. I refer to patients with limited features of the disease (atypical tremor, predominant postural tremor, incertitude … Continue reading

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rTMS for chronic migraine?

Chronic migraine is a disabling condition defined as more than 15 headache day by month for more than 3 months, of which more than eight episodes are migraineous. The diagnosis of this disorder requires the assumption that a medication overuse … Continue reading

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