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Gains in cognition through combined cognitive and physical training: the role of training dosage and severity of neurocognitive disorder
Physical as well as cognitive training interventions improve specific cognitive functions but effects barely generalize on global cognition. Combined physical and cognitive training may overcome thisExpand
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Investigation of the link between higher order cognitive functions and handedness
The study aimed to investigate the hypothesis that in high-functioning individuals the left-handedness phenotype facilitates the performance of executive-related tasks that engage the rightExpand
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Effect of handedness on the Stroop Colour Word Task
Handedness is associated with cerebral organisation, but its relationship with cognition remains unclear. Since the Stroop task is believed to measure aspects of executive control, this study aims toExpand
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Which Are the Critical Measures to Assess the Driving Performance of Drivers with Brain Pathologies
Driving requires possessing cognitive, motor and visual skills and drivers need to have adequate motor strength, coordination and speed. More importantly, cognitive skills including concentration,Expand
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The Effects of a Clinical Prevention Program on Bullying, Victimization, and Attitudes toward School of Elementary School Students
The purpose of the present study was to evaluate a bullying prevention program that involved eleven 90-minute, highly structured workshops conducted at the classroom level on a weekly basis. TheExpand
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Self-awareness of cognitive efficiency: Differences between healthy elderly and patients with mild cognitive impairment (MCI)
ABSTRACT Introduction: Self-estimation of performance implies the ability to understand one’s own performance with relatively objective terms. Up to date, few studies have addressed this topic inExpand
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Incidental and Intentional Memory: Their Relation with Attention and Executive Functions
Objective The aim of the current study was to investigate the impact of gender and age on incidental and intentional memory in healthy participants and to explore the strength of the association ofExpand
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Serum Uric Acid Level as a Biomarker in Idiopathic and Genetic (p.A53T Alpha-Synuclein Carriers) Parkinson's Disease: Data from the PPMI Study.
BACKGROUND Blood uric acid level represents an emerging biomarker in Parkinson's disease (PD). Whether uric acid levels change in genetic forms of PD is just beginning to be explored. OBJECTIVE TheExpand
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Selective cognitive impairment and hyposmia in p.A53T SNCA PD vs typical PD
Objective To evaluate nonmotor symptoms in early SNCA/p.A53T Parkinson disease (PD) (A53T PD) compared to typical PD (tPD). Methods The presence of hyposmia, neuropsychiatric, dysautonomic, and sleepExpand
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Mild Cognitive Impairment and driving: Does in-vehicle distraction affect driving performance?
OBJECTIVES In-vehicle distraction is considered to be an important cause of road accidents. Drivers with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI), because of their attenuated cognitive resources, may beExpand
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