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Mémoire et sclérose en plaques

Abstract : This thesis suggests exploring capacities in memory episodic of patients reached by multiple sclerosis. To our knowledge, the analysis of the affected and protected processes was the object of few works. One of the historic reasons seems to be the creation, from the 1980s, of batteries of fast evaluation intended for the neurologists. So, standard Golden of the mnesic evaluation in this affection is the srt (dujardin and al ., on 2004) which allows with difficulty to check) the disorders of encoding and recovery. The objective of this thesis will at first be to document by means of tests allowing an analysis of the mnesic processes, capacities of verbal episodic memory in frog. The performances of three groups of patients (frog, Alzheimer's diseases and of Parkinson) will be compared in the test rl / ri-16 items. This study will be intended to verify if a majority of patients frog presents an improvement of the free reminder after deadline contrary to two other tested affections. If that was the case, the hypothesis of a processing time, insufficiently long for the patients frog between the immediate reminders), would deserve to be tested. For that purpose, a parallel version of the cvlt will be created. So, the performances of the patients will be compared intra - individually during the administration of the test in its original version and during the version where the times between the presentations of the shopping list will be lengthened. The third shutter will be intended to test the capacities of long-term consolidation (a study in this domain for frog). An anatomo-functional analysis will be led by feeling the hypothesis of a link between the performances of reminder in a week and the hippocampal volumetry of the patients frog.
Keywords : Multiple sclerosis
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Amaya Saenz. Mémoire et sclérose en plaques. Psychologie. Université Charles de Gaulle - Lille III, 2014. Français. ⟨NNT : 2014LIL30055⟩. ⟨tel-01233817⟩



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