Changes in Cognitive Impairment in the Czech Republic.

Dominika Seblova, Carol Brayne, Vendula Machů, Marie Kuklová, Miloslav Kopecek & Pavla Cermakova
Studies from North America and Western Europe suggest stable or declining trends in impaired cognition across birth cohorts. We aimed to examine changes in the age-specific prevalence of cognitive impairment in the Czech Republic. The study used two samples from the population-based Czech Survey on Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe. Age-specific prevalence of cognitive impairment (defined based on scores in verbal fluency, immediate recall, delayed recall, and temporal orientation) was compared between participants in...
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