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The effect of noise content and level on cognitive performance measured by electroencephalography (EEG)
Highlights•The effects of noise on behavior and cognitive performance were quantified.•EEG was used for assessing cognitive performance under noise conditions.•Attention, stress, and mental workload w... [Read More]
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Learning from Paper, Learning from Screens: Impact of Screen Reading and Multitasking Conditions on Reading and Writing among College Students: Social Sciences & Humanities Journal Article | IGI Global
Learning from Paper, Learning from Screens: Impact of Screen Reading and Multitasking Conditions on Reading and Writing among College Students: 10.4018/ijcbpl.2013100101: Electronic screens on laptop ... [Read More]
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Behavioral Health Consumerism and the Internet | SpringerLink
One of the most significant consequences of Internet development has been in the area of consumer health care. Recent research found evidence of upward of 25 million adults in the United States search... [Read More]
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Using Sinusoidally-Modulated Noise as a Surrogate for Slow-Wave Sleep to Accomplish Stable Unsupervised Dictionary Learning in a Spike-Based Sparse Coding Model
Sparse coding algorithms have been used to model the acquisition of V1 simple cell receptive fields as well as to accomplish the unsupervised acquisition of features for a variety of machine lea... [Read More]
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The role of mitochondria in the pathophysiology of schizophrenia: A critical review of the evidence focusing on mitochondrial complex one
Highlights•Mitochondrial Complex One is a crucial enzyme in mitochondrial energy production.•In schizophrenia, there are reductions in expression of genes coding for this enzyme.•In schizophrenia... [Read More]
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Ginkgo biloba prevents transient global ischemia-induced delayed hippocampal neuronal death through antioxidant and anti-inflammatory mechanism
Ginkgo biloba prevents transient global ischemia-induced delayed hippocampal neuronal death through antioxidant and anti-inflammatory mechanism.We have previously reported neuroprotective properties o... [Read More]
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Are Cognitive Skills Context-Bound?
Effective problem solving, sound decision making, insightful invention—do such aspects of good thinking depend more on deep expertise in a specialty than on reflective awareness and general strate... [Read More]
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Acute Diesel Exhaust Exposure Causes a Delayed Reduction in Cognitive Control | Research Square
Urban residents are frequently exposed to high levels of traffic-derived air pollution for short time periods, often (but not exclusively) during commuting. Although chronic air pollution exposure and... [Read More]
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METHODOLOGY OF THE LITERATURE REVIEW
methodology of the literature review.49Methodology of the Literature Review Background ConceptsThe CLR: A Data Collection ToolThe word data refers to a body of information. This body of info... [Read More]
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Child Marriage in a Village in West Java (Indonesia): Compromises between Legal Obligations and Religious Concerns | Asian Journal of Law and Society | Cambridge Core
Child Marriage in a Village in West Java (Indonesia): Compromises between Legal Obligations and Religious Concerns - Volume 5 Issue 2 [Read More]
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Family Support and Employment as Predictors of Smoking Cessation Success: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial of Nicotine Sublingual Tablets in Chinese Smokers
Background: The purpose of this study is to assess social support and demographic factors that influence the success of smoking cessation aided with sublingual nicotine tablets in a Han Chinese popula... [Read More]
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Testosterone modulates spatial recognition memory in male rats
Consistent with previous findings, orchidectomy attenuated, and testosterone treatment restored, both body weight gain and the relative weight of the androgen-sensitive ischiocavernosus muscle, which ... [Read More]
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Regression-based formulas for predicting change in RBANS subtests with older adults | Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology | Oxford Academic
Abstract. Repeated neuropsychological assessments are common with older adults, and the determination of clinically significant change across time is an importa [Read More]