Behavioural Neurology / 2016 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Degraded Impairment of Emotion Recognition in Parkinson’s Disease Extends from Negative to Positive Emotions

Table 2

Means (standard deviations) for demographic and clinical characteristics of PD patients and healthy controls in Experiment 1.

GroupNumberAgeBDI-IIMMSEUPDRS-IIIH&Y

PD 2962.93 (12.78)12.45 (9.29)27.62 (1.86)36.79 (17.29)2.84 (0.78)
 HMD 1562.53 (13.28)14.80 (10.17)27.20 (1.74)48.73 (14.58)3.37 (0.69)
 LMD 1463.36 (12.71)9.93 (7.83)28.07 (1.94)24.00 (8.62)2.29 (0.38)
HC 2959.07 (10.54)3.14 (2.61)28.07 (1.62)

HMD: PD patients with high motor dysfunction (≧35 on UPDRS-III); LMD: PD patients with low motor dysfunction (<35 on UPDRS-III); HC: healthy controls. BDI-II: Beck Depression Inventory II; MMSE: Mini Mental State Examination; UPDRS-III: motor section of the Unified Parkinson’s Disease Rating Scale.

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