The Effects of Implicit Priming on Functional Performance in Persons With Parkinson's Disease

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Date Presented 4/1/2017

This study investigated implicit priming (IP) with persons with Parkinson's disease. Participants completed three intervention sessions and homework tasks over 4 wk. Pre and post measures found no significant effects. IP has been shown to be effective with other populations, however, so further study is warranted.

Primary Author and Speaker: Lynne Richard

Additional Authors and Speakers: Kinsuk Maitra

Contributing Authors: Ileana Herrin

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