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# The relationships between age, cognitive functioning and depression se

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Re: The relationships between age, cognitive functioning and depression se [#permalink]
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VitaNuova wrote:
Hi! Could someone please guide how to find information in really dense passages?

Hi VitaNuova,

I'll give it a try, breaking down this passage. Let me know if this helps.

Main Purpose: Analyse the differences between depression and dementia in the elderly.

P1: Differentiating between depression and dementia becomes difficult in the elderly as the symptoms overlap. The author then discusses the different symptoms that are found in both depression and dementia.

P2: 2nd para mostly focuses on how the traditional methods rely on the symptoms to separate the two conditions and that a lot of research has been done to find out the differences in how depressed and demented elderly respond to cognitive testing.

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