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an increase or a decrease) in a specific connection and a change in cognitive function, has been long-awaited.
Based on the results of unconditional Logistic regression analysis age history of cerebrovascular disease and triglyceride level were the independent risk factors for cognitive function (Pless than 0.
Generally speaking, cognitive function improves as children develop and reaches a peak during early adulthood, after which it declines.
To date, little is known about which cognitive deficits compromise social functioning in patients with schizophrenia, and it is not clear which cognitive function should be targeted for rehabilitation.
Or the results may simply indicate that repeated testing of cognitive function itself improves performance on those tests, according to the investigators.
The study showed that Neurobright increased both cognitive function and psychomotor abilities in animals.
To test cognitive function, researchers asked participants to take a test that involved learning 10 words and asking them to repeat them immediately and after a short time had passed.
Importantly, the improvements in cognitive function were seen over a relatively short period of time, and while further research is required to confirm and expand on these findings, this provides encouraging evidence that regular consumption of cocoa flavanols might be effective in improving cognitive function in elderly subjects with mild cognitive impairment," says study author Dr.
The impact upon patients' cognitive function was at least as good as treatment with cholinesterase inhibitors, which are typically prescribed to treat dementia.
Exercise should be considered adjunct therapy in Parkinson's disease because it improves cognitive function in patients when not on medication," lead study author Jeffrey R.
As shown, there are a variety of techniques and opportunities to improve one's cognitive reserve and maintain cognitive function or protect against cognitive decline immediately and over the life span.
It can be hypothesized that cognitive function is related to the communicative abilities of the person who is congenitally deaf-blind and his or her communication partner.
ORLANDO -- High blood levels of a brain natriuretic peptide were associated with poor cognitive function in a study of 950 community-dwelling, healthy, elderly adults.
Empatic combines the antidepressant Wellbutrin, known generically as bupropion, with anti-seizure drug zonisamide, which can cause birth defects and altered cognitive function.
Overall, mean perceived cognitive function scores indicated that "these women were functioning quite well, reported rarely experiencing problems, and were frequently able to perform most tasks that were listed," she said.
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