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Evaluation of Different Causes and Consequences in Women Patients Involved in Alzheimer’s Disease

Version 1 : Received: 26 June 2020 / Approved: 28 June 2020 / Online: 28 June 2020 (09:28:29 CEST)

How to cite: Clue, P.; Dallas, C.; Momeni, M.S. Evaluation of Different Causes and Consequences in Women Patients Involved in Alzheimer’s Disease. Preprints 2020, 2020060331 Clue, P.; Dallas, C.; Momeni, M.S. Evaluation of Different Causes and Consequences in Women Patients Involved in Alzheimer’s Disease. Preprints 2020, 2020060331

Abstract

The aim of the present research to identify the differences between the social acceptance, attention, and emotional and social loneliness feeling in women suffering from Alzheimer's and normal. The sample was analyzed in this study included 39 women age 51 to 69 years with the scope of that 19 of them with Alzheimer's disease (AD) and 18 people had normal cognitive function and healthy in the city of Gorgan in the winter 1395 in the study. Identification of Alzheimer's sufferers and healthy based on the diagnosis of the physician and cognitive status questionnaire (SPMSQ) and they were asked to answer the social acceptance of the scale questionnaire Marlow and Craven, affective and social adults alone feel scale (SELSA-S), Spotlight questionnaire (FAQ). The data using analysis of variance, multivariate factor test method (MANOVA) were studied. The results of this test indicate that it is totally focused attention between petty scale, the Spotlight focused on the notion of social acceptance of social interaction and social-emotional feeling lonely scale in women suffering from Alzheimer's and normal according to the analysis of the one-way variance of a significant difference in the context of manova level (P < 0.001). But in the other scale retail spotlight focused on his research, a significant difference was not observed. According to the results of the research in general can be found stating that to provide family-centered care and the implementation of the health-welfare interventions by relevant organs with different educational, supportive, emotional and consultation approaches, can be effective on health promotion of public health and the actual need in the community.

Subject Areas

Alzheimer's Disease; Loneliness; Social-Emotional; Social Acceptance; Attention Focused

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