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To the Editor: O'Carroll et al. (1997) reported that performance on the delayed word recall (DWR) test failed to discriminate clearly between depression and Alzheimer's disease (AD), and that the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) was superior to the DWR test in this capacity.

  • R. F. COEN, M. KIRBY, G. R. J. SWANWICK, C. P. MAGUIRE, J. WALSH, D. COAKLEY, D. O'NEILL and B. A. LAWLOR...

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Address correspondence to: Dr Robert F. Coen, Mercer's Institute For Research on Ageing, St. James's Hospital, Dublin 8, Ireland.
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To the Editor: O'Carroll et al. (1997) reported that performance on the delayed word recall (DWR) test failed to discriminate clearly between depression and Alzheimer's disease (AD), and that the Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE) was superior to the DWR test in this capacity.

  • R. F. COEN, M. KIRBY, G. R. J. SWANWICK, C. P. MAGUIRE, J. WALSH, D. COAKLEY, D. O'NEILL and B. A. LAWLOR...

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