episodic


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of writing or narration

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occurring or appearing at usually irregular intervals

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limited in duration to a single episode

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The clinical implications of these findings, and what I'm stressing, is the importance of intervention --such as psychological counseling--in episodic migraine patients who have a history of abuse.
Although all migraine patients seen at the Stanford center are encouraged to pursue RLB, only 6% of the chronic migraine group did so regularly, compared with a 10-fold higher rate among those with episodic migraine.
This study looks at the single neuron correlates of the learning of new contextual associations in the human brain, and we were able to show for the first time that the speed at which complex associations are encoded is compatible with the basic mechanisms of episodic memory creation," Ison said.
Their leadership in narrative-driven episodic games, together with our investment and the potential opportunities created by our premium content expertise, will continue to strengthen their ability to offer exciting new avenues of storytelling to their next generation audiences across a broad range of platforms.
Telltale is a leading independent developer and publisher of games for every major interactive platform from home consoles and PC to mobile and tablet devices, and is the pioneer of the episodic delivery of digital gaming content.
Peterlin said the results also indicate that the link between episodic migraine and obesity is stronger in those under the age of 50, the years when migraine is most prevalent, as compared to people older than 50.
More than 1,000 participants were obese and 188 complained of episodic migraines.
In contrast, episodic capital controls open like gates during tranquil times, to enable an economy to benefit from international capital, but swing shut in the face of capital inflows that threaten to cause an unwanted appreciation or a destabilizing asset market boom.
Lifestyle modification is an often overlooked, under-utilized tool in the prevention of episodic migraine.
Organizations not ready to manage complex new payment models, such as episodic bundling and capitation, will likely see their revenue begin to shrink while they consider which processes and systems need to change for success.
There's a link between episodic physical activity and sexual activity with the risk of heart attack and death from sudden cardiac events," she says.
In conclusion, based on our review of 14 casecrossover studies of acute cardiac events, we found a significant association between episodic physical and sexual activity and heart attacks and suggestive evidence of an association between episodic physical activity and SCD.
Only one type of long-term memory, known as episodic or event memory, undergoes significant decline in normal aging; other types of long-term memory either remain unaffected or show improvement.
Cardiff University and the University of Bristol are investigating the cellular and molecular mechanisms which underlie episodic memory and recognition memory.
Episodic memory allows us to recall events in our lives while recognition memory allows us to judge whether something is new or familiar.