HETEROGENEITY OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL PROFILES IN OLDER ADULTS WITH VASCULAR DISEASE: A LATENT CLASS ANALYSIS APPROACH

Despite the common co-occurrence of the two main pathological processes in aging, vascular disease and Alzheimer's disease (AD), they are often examined in isolation. Increasing evidence of a mutually enhancing relation between these processes is supported by common risk factors including hypertension and diabetes. Therefore, both processes must be considered in characterizing the cognitive performance of older adults, particularly given high rates of vascular disease. The heterogeneity of cognitive deficits has not been systematically examined...
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