Showing how they feel: the emotional reflexivity of people with dementia

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Boyle, Geraldine; Warren, Lorna;

This article explores whether people with dementia demonstrate emotional reflexivity within their personal relationships. Previous research has suggested that they may lose their capacity for reflection as the disease progresses. In turn, it has also been assumed that t... View more
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