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Mild Cognitive Impairment Global Clinical Trials Review, H1, 2014 http://www.
Sessions aimed at improving memory, reasoning, or visual concentration in healthy elderly people yield notable cognitive returns, even 5 years later, a long-term study suggests.
Depending on the theoretical orientation, researchers focus on only one or two for these aspects, leading to a self-regulation as discrete behaviors, separating cognitive self-regulation from social and emotional self-regulation.
Levine proposes that the human mind has eight major cognitive systems--and many more subsystems (see Figure 1).
MS is characterized by a variable and complex array of symptoms including physical, sensory, and cognitive changes.
Children exposed to cocaine in utero are more likely to experience cognitive deficits for as long as two years after birth than are children not exposed to the drug.
Reynolds (1990) noted that this disorder affects multiple areas of personal functioning, including the behavioral, emotional, somatic, and cognitive domains.
This article presents the key elements of a paradigm for teaching cane travel that is grounded in cognitive learning theory.