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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NEW YORK -- An online neurocognitive test designed to provide reliable objective information about memory, concentration, and emotional well-being is a highly effective tool not only for guiding patients to appropriate therapy but for establishing the credibility of the clinician, according to the description of one such tool at the American Psychiatric Association's Institute on Psychiatric Services.
Neuro-TAVR was also the first US study to examine MRI lesion formation together with neurocognitive findings immediately post TAVR procedure and at 30 days.
Specifically, I aim to study how adverse social experiences (1) affect DNA methylation of genes implicated with stress regulation, and (2) affect neurocognitive functions underlying self-regulation, thereby increasing aggression.
The exception was self-reported neurocognitive events such as forgetfulness or confusion, where the 0.
Neurocognitive decline was reduced post-procedure in patients protected with the TriGuard device and patients with protection had improved short-term and delayed memory at discharge
Suresh Rattan from Aarhus University, Denmark during the first plenary talk on "Healthy ageing, longevity and hormesis," at the second international workshop on food and neurocognitive diseases.
National neurocognitive research conducted by the Centre for Applied Neuroscience of the University of Cyprus, in collaboration with the University of Crete, various municipalities, the Cyprus Institute of Neurology and Genetics and the Nicosia Development Agency (ANEL) shows that there is a stable memory decline in Cypriot adults for each decade of life after 30.
Dr Krista Lisdahl, of University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, said: "Regular cannabis use - once a week - may result in addiction and neurocognitive damage, especially in youth.
Neurocognitive performance may be able to serve as a potential trait marker for SZ and BD and can suggest the degree of genetic liability with their first-degree relatives.
According to the study, the function of the candidate genes ranges from inner-ear development to auditory neurocognitive processes and are involved in the auditory pathway.
Bart Peters, of the Zucker Hillside Hospital, and his colleagues investigated the relationship of age and neurocognitive performance to nine white matter tracts from childhood to late adulthood.
Comment: It is well known that severe iodine deficiency during pregnancy can result in impaired neurocognitive development of the fetus.