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  • n. Any form of cognition that is associated with the functioning of one or more specific areas of the brain


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  • While many experts attribute guarana's effects solely to its caffeine content, the B.itish study found the effects on cognition were larger than would be expected with caffeine alone, says senior author Andrew B. Scholey, now co-director of the National Institute of Complementary Medicine's collaborative center for neurocognition in Melbourne, Australia.

    Can a Caffeine-Packed Plant Give a Boost?

  • The three talks encompassed neurocognition, psychobiology, and a range of ethical issues that would make your brain spin if you thought about them hard enough.

    Ars Technica

  • The idea of links to schizophrenia have been particularly persistent, but last year, a large study found no increased risk with non-right-handedness for schizophrenia or poorer neurocognition pediatrics, we worry about children who manifest handedness too early, before their first birthday.

    NYT > Global Home

  • Focusing on the ability to relabel psychotic symptoms as pathological, we examined insight, brain structure and neurocognition in first-onset psychosis.

    The British Journal of Psychiatry current issue

  • The phenomenon was discovered by researchers at two laboratories: the Laboratoire de psychologie et neurocognition (CNRS/University of Grenoble 2/University of Chambéry) and the Laboratoire de psychologie de la perception (CNRS/University of Paris Descartes) in cooperation with a team from the Neonatology Department of the Grenoble University Hospitals.

    Impact Lab

  • Conclusions: Although there was greater disability in schizophrenia, neurocognition predicted worse functioning in all outcome domains in both disorders.

    Am J Psychiatry current issue

  • Work skills were directly and indirectly (through mediation with social competence) predicted by neurocognition in schizophrenia and entirely mediated by adaptive and social competence in bipolar disorder.

    Am J Psychiatry current issue

  • In both groups, neurocognition was related to activities directly and through a mediated relationship with adaptive competence.

    Am J Psychiatry current issue

  • These results support the shared role of neurocognition in bipolar disorder and schizophrenia in producing disability, with predictive differences between disorders in domain-specific effects of

    Am J Psychiatry current issue

  • Stan Colcombe, from Bangor University, said: "Their data strongly suggest that new neurons created after exercise can play a role in improving cognitive function, which likely has direct implications for human research into the effects of exercise on neurocognition."

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition


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