Monday, December 15, 2008

Sarcasm helps diagnoe dementia

Science Alert

University of New South Wales
People with frontotemporal
dementia have trouble reading
emotions, and may not realise
if their caregivers are angry, sad
or depressed, which can be

Sarcasm might be the lowest form of wit, but something's amiss if you can't detect it, according to University of New South Wales (UNSW) researchers.

Patients with a particular type of the whole

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