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Neural Correlates of Cognition in Parkinson's Disease

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Neural Correlates of Cognition in Parkinson's Disease

Cognitive impairment in Parkinson's disease (PD) has far-reaching effects on both motor outcomes and quality of life in PD patients. Furthermore, deep brain stimulation (DBS), now an evidence-based treatment for certain cases of PD, has the risk of causing deficits in multiple areas of cognition. As such, the purpose of this study is to understand the neuroanatomical and neurophysiologic basis for impaired cognition in PD. The aim is to identify neural correlates of cognition by measuring brain signal activity while PD patients are engaged in cognition on a computer.

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Behavioral - Computer task assessing cognition

Participants will complete a short computer game to assess cognition.

Behavioral - Impulsive-Compulsive Disorders in Parkinson's Disease

Standard clinical questionnaire

Procedure - Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery

DBS surgery for the implantation of electrodes for the treatment of motor disorders.

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Neural Correlates of Cognition in Parkinson's Disease

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NCT02975193

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