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CogniFit brain fitness programs provide an initial baseline assessment of the cognitive abilities that are most affected by aging, before creating personalized training programs.
In the study population of 305,885 men, 4,713 had sustained one mild traumatic brain injury before cognitive testing, 11,217 men sustained one mild traumatic brain injury and 795 men at least two mild traumatic brain injuries during the study.
This is the most rigorous test of cognitive training for the elderly to date," remarks psychologist Jeffrey Elias of the National Institute on Aging in Bethesda, Md.
In analyses stratified by occupational class, the team found that unemployment and sickness spells were more strongly associated with cognitive impairment for workers in higher occupations.
These results are important, as the prevalence of cognitive impairment is increasing exponentially and prevention will be crucial.
0 in the CKD group (consistent with early mild cognitive impairment), 88.
Using an enriched environmental paradigm, Kobayashi, Ohashi, and Ando (2002) demonstrated that cognitive performance in rats was related to morphological changes in the brain.
However, existing theories of self-regulation, especially the ones that focus only on its cognitive or just emotional aspects have not yet been able to provide an framework for designing instructional environments supporting the development of all aspects of self-regulation.
area caregivers have been able to focus their time and attention on those needing less cognitive management, resulting in more productive use of time
Cognitive psychology has looked at the neuropsychological processes involved in decision making and identified several theoretical approaches to this question.
According to neuropsychologist Lauren Caruso, PhD, people with MS exhibit varying degrees and types of cognitive problems depending on where lesions are seen in their brains and whether atrophy, or loss of volume in the brain, has occurred.
Then, in 2000, Highfield volunteered his school to serve as a pilot site for the Windows-based version of Carnegie Learning's Cognitive Tutor Algebra I software program, which he had seen demonstrated at Carnegie Mellon University in nearby Pittsburgh.
The purpose of this article is to review the current research base on math learning disabilities with the related literature in developmental, cognitive, social, and neuro- psychology in order to refine the reader's knowledge of relevant factors in mathematics learning and intervention planning for individual learners.
The role of affect has been well recognized in psychology, computing, education, cognitive science, and neuroscience.
Basic epidemiological, behavioral, cognitive and neurobiological research is needed across children and adolescent populations, as are animal models of preadolescents and adolescents, to determine the antecedent variables (e.
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