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Eating | What's Happening in the Brain

Eating is a very basic and highly learned activity, so problems with eating are usually seen later in the Alzheimer's disease . Apart from having the appetite to eat, eating requires the recognition of food which is disrupted in agnosia , and the coordination of motor activities, which is disrupted in apraxia .



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