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We investigated the associations of periventricular white matter hyperintensities (PWMHs) and deep white matter hyperintensities (DWMHs) with cognition, activities of daily living (ADLs), and neuropsychiatric symptoms in dementia. This was a hospital-based MRI300 study. We recruited patients newly diagnosed with mild-to-moderate dementia caused either by(More)
Throughout life people form multiple close connections. These connections play an important role, such as providing social and instrumental support. Despite this, relatively little is known about how and why closeness to multiple others changes over time. To fill this gap, we examined changes in perceived closeness to multiple social connections and used a(More)
The article presents, using Bi doped ZnO, an example of a heavy ion doped oxide semiconductor, highlighting a novel p-symmetry interaction of the electronic states to stabilize ferromagnetism. The study includes both ab initio theory and experiments, which yield clear evidence for above room temperature ferromagnetism. ZnBi(x)O(1-x) thin films are grown(More)
BACKGROUND Static wrist splinting after stroke was not effective in facilitating distal movement. However, the purpose of this study is to evaluate the efficacy of training using kinematic parameters after a SaeboFlex orthosis training on chronic stroke patients. CASE DESCRIPTION AND METHODS Five stroke patients participated in 4 weeks of training using a(More)
This paper discusses the complex relations among the direct evidential-te, person, and experiencer predicates in Korean. The questions of the paper are: (i) how the three components are related with each other in the evidential sentences, and (ii) how the interactions of the three components can be formally analyzed to correctly license only the well-formed(More)