* 1. The most frequent early cognitive changes in normal aging involve:

* 2. Mild cognitive impairment is defined as:

* 3. Compared to other diseases, research indicates that a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease is given to patients/families by PCPS:

* 4. Which one of the following is not a reason why PCPs say they do not give a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease?

* 5. The percentage of patients and families who say they want to receive a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease if this is causing memory problems is:

* 6. Risk factors for subjective cognitive decline include:

* 7. Treatable risk factors for cognitive decline include:

* 8. Recommended weekly physical exercise guidelines for neuroprotection in healthy older adults are:

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