neurocognitive

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neurocognitive

(ˌnjʊərəˈkɒɡnɪtɪv)
adj
(Medicine) of or relating to cognitive functions associated with particular areas of the brain
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Neurocognition and quality of life after reinitiating antiretroviral therapy in children randomized to planned treatment interruption.
Table Schizophrenia biomarkers Genetic Neuroimaging-structural Neuroimaging-functional Neuroimaging-spectroscopic Neuroimaging-tractographic Neuroinflammation Oxidative and nitrosative stress Neuropiasticity Apoptosis Neurochemistry Neurophysiology Neurocognition Auto-antibodies Connectomics Neuroendocrine Neuromotor Sensory integration Language and speech pathologies Microbiome Neurologic soft signs Minor physical anomalies Neuropharmacologic Neuronal integrity Microglia, astroglia, and Oligodendroglia Laterality shift Acoustic Visual and retinal pathologies Sexual functions Mortality Postmortem histopathology Metabolomics Suicide predictors Homicide predictors Aggressive behavior Addictions Comorbid physical illness Comorbid psychiatric illness
MMN could be a valuable biomarker of neurocognition in schizophrenia and its assessment could be helpful in the clinical diagnosis of schizophrenia.
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Metacognition amidst narratives of self and illness in schizophrenia: associations with insight, neurocognition, symptom and function.
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