Impaired decision-making may contribute to motor symptoms in Parkinson's disease

Findings could lead to strategies for earlier detection

Date: June 16, 2016

Source: University of California - Los Angeles

Summary:

People with Parkinson's disease have a form of impaired decision-making that may be a major contributor to the movement problems that characterize the disease. This finding suggests that the neurological factors underlying Parkinson's, which currently affects nearly 1 million people in the United States, may be more complex than commonly believed.


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