neurobehavioural love



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  • adj. Describing the relationship between neural activity and behaviour
  • adj. Describing the assessment of neurological status by observation of behaviour


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  • The team, headed by Stump of WIL Research Laboratories, Ohio, concluded there was no evidence of either treatment related neurobehavioural ill-effects, or of neuropathology or effects on brain morphometry.

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  • ADHD is not a neurobehavioural condition, it's a neurobiological condition.

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  • The trust is making an effort towards mainstreaming children with disabilities like attention deficit hyperactive disorder (a neurobehavioural developmental disorder that is characterised by a persistent pattern of impulsiveness and inattention), autism, mental retardation and Aspergers syndrome (a person who finds social interaction difficult).

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  • Children’s exposure to environmental tobacco smoke may also contribute to cardiovascular disease in adulthood and to neurobehavioural impairment.

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