Author | Jesse Ballenger, PhD

Articles

DSM-5: Continuing the Confusion about Aging, Alzheimer’s and Dementia

July 15, 2010

Since the early twentieth century, when Alois Alzheimer and Emil Kraepelin constructed it as a unified clinical-pathological entity, Alzheimer’s disease has been both one of the most stable and one of the most problematic neuropsychiatric entities.