"Boston Naming Test: Gender Differences in Older Adults with and without Alzheimer’s Dementia"
written by James R. Hall, Hoa T. Vo, Leigh A. Johnson, April Wiechmann, Sid E. O’Bryant,
published by Psychology, Vol.3 No.6, 2012
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