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work

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act

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the proper activity of a person or thing

a large or important social gathering

to react in a specified way

to perform a function effectively

to perform the duties of another

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(mathematics) a mathematical relation such that each element of a given set (the domain of the function) is associated with an element of another set (the range of the function)

what something is used for

the actions and activities assigned to or required or expected of a person or group

a relation such that one thing is dependent on another

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a formal or official social gathering or ceremony

perform as expected when applied

serve a purpose, role, or function

perform duties attached to a particular office or place or function

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which serves students with learning disorders, with a primary focus on executive function challenge.
Executive function impairment was detected in 51 (52%) of the 98 study participants.
Giola G A, Isquith P, Guy S and Kenworthy L, Behaviour Rating Inventory of Executive Function, Odessa, FL: Psychological Assessment Resources, 1996
The study measured the "brain age" of subjects based on their executive function performance.
A study of 600 children found playing a MyCognition game, regularly over eight weeks led to statistically significant gains in executive function and working memory.
The results highlight the role of executive function in governing "dietary self-restraint," the researchers believe.
The bipolar disorder group had significantly lower verbal memory verbal fluency, and visual memory test scores than the healthy controls, but the results of tests for executive function were not different between the groups.
People who were obese at middle age were more likely to be in the top 25 percent of those with the faster rate of decline in scores on tests of executive function, DeCarli said.
Executive function impairments in children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder: Do they differ between school and home environments?
The subjects--in an ongoing multicenter study, the Aging Brain Project--had a range of cognitive functioning based on the Mini-Mental State Examination, the Geriatric Depression Scale, the Clinical Dementia Rating, and neuropsychological tests of executive function, verbal memory, and nonverbal memory.
However, civilian literature, including cohort, cross-sectional, and review sources, suggests that executive function may be particularly relevant to functional outcome [11,13,19,27-28].
His lawyers will argue in the High Court that the bump resulted in the South Londoner experiencing "slowed speed of information processing, impaired executive function, severe verbal communication difficulty and mild to moderate word-finding difficulties".
Problems with executive function are commonly described in chemo brain.
Stimulant treatment offered no benefits in complex tests of executive function, such as the ability to recall information needed to achieve a goal.
According to Peck, Resources Realty's facility search incorporated a full review of production alternatives outside New Jersey with maintaining the executive function in Northern New Jersey.
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