Using duration of memory loss to improve differentiation of mild cognitive impairment from normal cognition

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  • Anthony L. Kupferschmidt,

    1. McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
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  • David L. Lewis,

    Corresponding author
    1. McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
    2. Office of Applied Research, Regional Geriatrics Program Central, St. Peter's Hospital, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
    • Regional Geriatric Program Central, St Peter's Centre for Studies in Aging, St Peter's Hospital, 88 Maplewood Avenue, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada L8M 1W9.
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  • D. William Molloy,

    1. McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
    2. Office of Applied Research, Regional Geriatrics Program Central, St. Peter's Hospital, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
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  • Timothy I. M. Standish,

    1. Office of Applied Research, Regional Geriatrics Program Central, St. Peter's Hospital, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
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  • Tom R. Babineau

    1. Office of Applied Research, Regional Geriatrics Program Central, St. Peter's Hospital, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
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