neurobehavioral


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neur·o·be·hav·ior·al

 (no͝or′ō-bĭ-hāv′yə-rəl, nyo͝or′-)
adj.
Of or relating to the relationship of the nervous system, especially the brain, to behavior and learning.
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This interesting study illustrates two critically important points: The first is the difficulty in conducting observational studies of prenatal medication exposure and long-term neurobehavioral outcomes, and the second is the importance of doing these studies in the first place.
Borna disease virus and its role in neurobehavioral disease.
Scientists believe that metabolic abnormalities underlie some neurobehavioral conditions such as autism, and that targeted nutrients may be therapeutic.
National Institute's of Health roadmap to translational research from the lab to the bedside, they summarize recent contributions from genetics, behavioral neurobiology, and neurobehavioral medicine, and diagnostic criteria based on neuropatterns.
An understanding of these demands is of great importance for prevention and treatment of morbidity and mortality related to poor psychosocial and neurobehavioral adaptation to this extreme and unusual environment," wrote authors of a review published online in the Lancet.
The cognitive abilities of 24 males at an in-patient substance abuse facility were assessed using the Neurobehavioral Cognitive Status Examination (Cognistat).
Current neurobehavioral research draws together the latest findings on NLD in a book that serves as both an overview of the condition and as a guide to therapies and development.
And they also acknowledged that their study leaves an important puzzle: Although they found a strong link between adenotonsillectomy and neurobehavioral improvements (behavior, cognition, and sleepiness), they also found that sleep-disordered breathing at baseline and its subsequent improvement did not predict either baseline neurobehavioral morbidity or its improvement in any area aside from sleepiness (Pediatrics 2006;117: e769-78).
A new study recently published in Journal of Pediatric Psychiatry revealed a positive correlation between DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) levels in breast milk and newborn neurobehavioral function.
Health effects associated with exposure to PCBs range from skin conditions in adults to neurobehavioral and immunological changes in children.
A There have been numerous studies on sleep deprivation, and researchers continue to say that a person needs at least eight hours of sleep during a 24-hour period in order to prevent neurobehavioral defects.
483 [micro]mol per liter), little is known about children's neurobehavioral functioning at lead concentrations below this level.