Date of Submission
People affected by chronic heart failure (CHF) suffer from diffuse brain pathology and are consequently at a higher risk of developing cognitive impairment. The aim of this thesis was to examine two areas of cognition in people with CHF, namely prospective memory (PM) and social cognition. This aim was addressed in a series of three experiments. PM and social cognition have not previously been assessed in the CHF population; however, because both of these cognitive processes rely on brain regions that are commonly damaged in people with CHF, it was expected that these areas of cognition would be impaired.
School of Psychology
Master of Psychology (MPsych)
Faculty of Health Sciences
Habota, T. (2015). Prospective memory and social cognition in people with chronic heart failure (Doctoral thesis, Australian Catholic University). Retrieved from http://researchbank.acu.edu.au/theses/550