Slow gait speed and weak grip strength are related to worse attention and psychomotor speed in preclinical stages of dementia

A.M. Hooghiemstra, I.H.G.B. Ramakers, N. Sistermans, Y.A.L. Pijnenburg, P. Aalten, R.E.G. Hamel, R.J.F. Melis, F.R.J. Verhey, M.G.M. Olde Rikkert, Ph. Scheltens, W.M. van der Flier

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAlzheimer Association International Conference
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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Hooghiemstra, A. M., Ramakers, I. H. G. B., Sistermans, N., Pijnenburg, Y. A. L., Aalten, P., Hamel, R. E. G., ... van der Flier, W. M. (2015). Slow gait speed and weak grip strength are related to worse attention and psychomotor speed in preclinical stages of dementia. In Alzheimer Association International Conference
Hooghiemstra, A.M. ; Ramakers, I.H.G.B. ; Sistermans, N. ; Pijnenburg, Y.A.L. ; Aalten, P. ; Hamel, R.E.G. ; Melis, R.J.F. ; Verhey, F.R.J. ; Olde Rikkert, M.G.M. ; Scheltens, Ph. ; van der Flier, W.M. / Slow gait speed and weak grip strength are related to worse attention and psychomotor speed in preclinical stages of dementia. Alzheimer Association International Conference. 2015.
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Slow gait speed and weak grip strength are related to worse attention and psychomotor speed in preclinical stages of dementia. / Hooghiemstra, A.M.; Ramakers, I.H.G.B.; Sistermans, N.; Pijnenburg, Y.A.L.; Aalten, P.; Hamel, R.E.G.; Melis, R.J.F.; Verhey, F.R.J.; Olde Rikkert, M.G.M.; Scheltens, Ph.; van der Flier, W.M.

Alzheimer Association International Conference. 2015.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionAcademic

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Hooghiemstra AM, Ramakers IHGB, Sistermans N, Pijnenburg YAL, Aalten P, Hamel REG et al. Slow gait speed and weak grip strength are related to worse attention and psychomotor speed in preclinical stages of dementia. In Alzheimer Association International Conference. 2015