Subjective memory complaints in patients with epilepsy: The role of depression, psychological distress, and attentional functions

Grewe P, Nikstat A, Koch O, Koch-Stoecker S, Bien CG (2016)
Epilepsy Research 127: 78-86.

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Grewe P, Nikstat A, Koch O, Koch-Stoecker S, Bien CG. Subjective memory complaints in patients with epilepsy: The role of depression, psychological distress, and attentional functions. Epilepsy Research. 2016;127:78-86.
Grewe, P., Nikstat, A., Koch, O., Koch-Stoecker, S., & Bien, C. G. (2016). Subjective memory complaints in patients with epilepsy: The role of depression, psychological distress, and attentional functions. Epilepsy Research, 127, 78-86. doi:10.1016/j.eplepsyres.2016.08.022
Grewe, P., Nikstat, A., Koch, O., Koch-Stoecker, S., and Bien, C. G. (2016). Subjective memory complaints in patients with epilepsy: The role of depression, psychological distress, and attentional functions. Epilepsy Research 127, 78-86.
Grewe, P., et al., 2016. Subjective memory complaints in patients with epilepsy: The role of depression, psychological distress, and attentional functions. Epilepsy Research, 127, p 78-86.
P. Grewe, et al., “Subjective memory complaints in patients with epilepsy: The role of depression, psychological distress, and attentional functions”, Epilepsy Research, vol. 127, 2016, pp. 78-86.
Grewe, P., Nikstat, A., Koch, O., Koch-Stoecker, S., Bien, C.G.: Subjective memory complaints in patients with epilepsy: The role of depression, psychological distress, and attentional functions. Epilepsy Research. 127, 78-86 (2016).
Grewe, Philip, Nikstat, Amelie, Koch, Oliver, Koch-Stoecker, Steffi, and Bien, Christian G. “Subjective memory complaints in patients with epilepsy: The role of depression, psychological distress, and attentional functions”. Epilepsy Research 127 (2016): 78-86.

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