*  The Protean Toxicities of Lead: New Chapters in a Familiar Story
... "cognitive reserve" (operationalized as poorer reading achievement), suggesting that greater cognitive reserve protects against ... Impact of cognitive reserve on the relationship of lead exposure and neurobehavioral performance. Neurology. 2007;69:470-476. [ ... Adult Cognitive Function. Many of the studies evaluating the association between lead exposure and adult cognitive function ... Cumulative lead dose and cognitive function in older adults. Epidemiology. 2009;20:831-839. [PMC free article] [PubMed] ...
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*  Biomarkers for Alzheimer's disease: ready for the next step
Early individual diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease using cortical thickness: impact of cognitive reserve. Brain. 2009 (in press ... supporting the notion that they have greater cognitive reserve. Davatzikos et al. (2009) identified a characteristic spatial ... Patterns of atrophy differ among specific subtypes of mild cognitive impairment. Arch Neurol. 2007;64:1130-8. [PMC free article ... Cerebrospinal fluid tau/beta-amyloid(42) ratio as a prediction of cognitive decline in nondemented older adults. Arch Neurol. ...
  http://pubmedcentralcanada.ca/pmcc/articles/PMC3491625/
*  Karen's 'gay-rights' books on Goodreads (1,478 books)
The most complete study of how our lifestyle and cognitive reserve protect our brain from diseases and aging...and it's not ...
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*  Prevention, Rehabilitation, and Mitigation Strategies of Cognitive Deficits in Aging with HIV: Implications for Practice and...
D. E. Vance, "Increasing cognitive reserve may promote successful cognitive aging," Nursing, vol. 2, pp. 27-32, 2012. View at ... D. E. Vance, A. J. Roberson, T. M. Mcguinness, and P. L. Fazeli, "How neuroplasticity and cognitive reserve protect cognitive ... "Cognitive reserve as a protective factor in older HIV-positive patients at risk of cognitive decline," Applied Neuropsychology ... Y. Stern, "Cognitive reserve," Neuropsychologia, vol. 47, no. 10, pp. 2015-2028, 2009. View at Publisher · View at Google ...
  https://www.hindawi.com/journals/isrn/2013/297173/ref/
*  MS research update -The effect of multiple medications on fatigue and cognition in MS - 22 April 2014 | MS Trust
Brain reserve and cognitive reserve protect against cognitive decline over 4.5 years in MS.. Neurology. 2014 Apr 18. [Epub ... fatigue and cognitive difficulties. As fatigue and cognitive dysfunction can be common symptoms in MS, medications that make ... Although fatigue and cognitive difficulties are common in people with MS, this study suggests that taking many medications ... Although fatigue and cognitive difficulties are common in people with MS, this study suggests that taking many medications ...
  http://www.mstrust.org.uk/research/research-updates/update140422-medications-fatigue-and-cognition
*  People profiles | School of Public Health and Health Systems | University of Waterloo
Research interests: aging, Alzheimer's disease, chronic diseases, cognitive reserve, dementia, epidemiology, healthy aging, ... Research interests: health informatics and socio-cognitive studies of human-computer interaction, principles of HCI design, ...
  https://uwaterloo.ca/public-health-and-health-systems/people-profiles/nancy-fenton
*  Menstruation doesn't change how your brain works | About memory
How cognitive reserve helps protect seniors from cognitive decline Data from the very large and long-running Cognitive Function ... It should be noted, however, that the cognitive testing wasn't exhaustive by any means - it's possible that other cognitive ... One of the few established cognitive differences between men and women lies in spatial ability. But in recent years, this 'fact ... Visuospatial working memory, attention, cognitive bias and hormone levels were assessed at four consecutive time-points across ...
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*  Brain Structural Trajectories Over the Adult Lifespan - PDF
The Concept of Cognitive Reserve: A Catalyst for Research Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 1380-3395/03/ ... Cognitive Neuroscience Cognitive Neuroscience Exploring Brain/Behavior relations Neuroscience Psychology Cognitive Neuroscience ... Neurobiol Learn Mem 82: Squire LR (2009): Memory and brain systems: J Neurosci 29: Stern Y (2009): Cognitive reserve. ... Review TRENDS in Cognitive Sciences Vol.9 No.3 March 2005 Imaging the developing brain: what have we learned about cognitive ...
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*  Dual-tasking and gait in people with Mild Cognitive Impairment. The effect of working memory | Springer for Research &...
Studies evaluating associations between cognitive factors and gait performance in people... ... This suggests that the cognitive reserve may play an important role while performing dual-tasks. On the other hand, a dual-task ... Studies evaluating associations between cognitive factors and gait performance in people with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) ... and cognitive decline (e.g. dementia). Therefore, the present study was designed to evaluate the effect of specific cognitive ...
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*  June « 2016 « CAAR E-Clippings
"Cognitive reserve may help protect against delirium," (Eurekalert [American Association for the Advancement of Science], June ... "Simple measures can reduce post-operative cognitive dysfunction in older patients" (Eurekalert [American Association for the ...
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*  In a first, brain training cuts dementia risk
... "cognitive reserve," the brain's cushion against dementia.. In fact, some ACTIVE participants told scientists that the cognitive ... Other studies presented at the Alzheimer's meeting on Sunday provided more evidence for the power of cognitive reserve:. *A ... and certain forms of cognitive training can reduce the risk of plain old cognitive decline. But the new ACTIVE findings "are ... A study published last month reported that it improved brain connectivity and cognitive ability in a way that might slow the ...
  https://www.statnews.com/2016/07/24/brain-training-cuts-dementia-risk/
*  Crossword Puzzles May Help Keep the Brain Young
Indeed, it is plausible that playing word puzzles reflects a higher level of education helping building cognitive reserve. It ... Source: "The Relationship Between the Frequency of Word Puzzle Use and Cognitive Function in a Large Sample of Adults Aged 50 ... Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Exeter Medical School and a study author. "For example, on test ...
  http://www.alzinfo.org/articles/prevention/crossword-puzzles-may-help-keep-the-brain-young/
*  Cognitive epidemiology - Wikipedia
A Test of the Cognitive Reserve Hypothesis". American Journal of Psychiatry. 166 (1): 50-57. doi:10.1176/appi.ajp.2008.08030343 ... Their cognitive abilities may equip them with a better propensity for understanding the injury and health risks of certain ... Cognitive epidemiology is a field of research that examines the associations between intelligence test scores (IQ scores or ... Long term sick leave in adulthood has been shown to be related to lower cognitive abilities, as has likelihood of receiving a ...
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*  Monolingualism - Wikipedia
Cognitive reserve refers to the idea that engaging in stimulating physical or mental activity maintains cognitive functioning ( ... It is believed that bilingualism contributes to cognitive reserve by preventing effects of cognitive delay and prolonging the ... To test whether or not bilingualism contributes to cognitive reserve, Bialystok et al. (2012) looked at hospital records among ... making the argument the bilingualism contributes to cognitive reserve even stronger (Bialystok et al., 2012). That finding ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monolingualism
*  NCIRE News and Events
Blood Test Predicts Cognitive Decline, and Cognitive Reserve Protects Against That Decline, Study Shows. January 10, 2011. ... Active Older Women Do Better On Cognitive Tests, Study Finds. October 16, 2008. Standard Tests May Miss Cognitive Decline in ... Training Improves Cognitive Functioning for Patients with Brain Injury. 2010 News. December 16, 2010. New Test Can Predict ... Sleep Apnea Linked to Cognitive Impairment in Older Women. 2007 News. December 19, 2007. NCIRE Announces Board of Directors ...
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*  Ohio Arts Professionals Network : News & Events : Blog
Through the years, your brain's cognitive reserve-its ability to withstand neurological damage-diminishes. Like any other ...
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*  Neuroscience of multilingualism - Wikipedia
Multilingualism aids in the building up of cognitive reserves in the brain; these cognitive reserves force the brain to work ... This increase of cognitive reserve might be attributed to the increase of grey matter in bilingual individuals. Since bilingual ... an ischemic stroke have shown to have a better cognitive outcome which researchers believe is due to a higher cognitive reserve ... This is attributed again to the increase of grey matter since it is involved in cognitive control and higher cognitive ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neuroscience_of_multilingualism
*  Daniel Tranel | Department of Neurology
Guzmán-Vélez, E., Tranel, D. (2015). Does bilingualism contribute to cognitive reserve? Cognitive and neural perspectives. ... Cognitive and behavioral neurology : official journal of the Society for Behavioral and Cognitive Neurology, 18(1), 4-Jan. PMID ... Cognitive and behavioral neurology : official journal of the Society for Behavioral and Cognitive Neurology, 25(1), 16-24. PMID ... Cognitive and behavioral neurology : official journal of the Society for Behavioral and Cognitive Neurology, 18(1), 17-May. ...
  https://medicine.uiowa.edu/neurology/node/2766
*  Ellen Bialystok - Wikipedia
These results support the hypothesis maintaining that bilingualism works as a contributor to cognitive reserve and acts as a ... Not only do these data support the notion of bilingualism contributing to cognitive reserve, thereby compensating for higher ... "Cognitive Development Research Lab". Bialystok, Ellen; Raluca Barac (March-April 2012). "Bilingual Effects on Cognitive and ... as their enhanced cognitive reserve brought about by bilingualism would allow a higher level of functioning than would usually ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ellen_Bialystok
*  9781442220492 - Building an Ageless Mind
5: What is Cognitive Reserve and how important is it in maintaining a healthy brain? Section #2-Aging and Disease 6: ... Cognitive enhancements-Are there medications available that can affect my cognitive performance? What is the role of this type ... Introduction Section #1- Cognitive Stimulation 1: The Brain Age 2: What does the front of my brain do and why is it important ... Aging populations face many other issues involving cognitive decline. Building an Ageless Mind offers practical solutions, ...
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Our findings suggest that cognitive reserve may not protect preterm survivors against the complex web of risk factors affecting ... A test of the cognitive reserve hypothesis * Kathleen G. Dobson, Mark A. Ferro, Michael H. Boyle, Louis A. Schmidt, Saroj ... In general population samples, better childhood cognitive functioning is associated with decreased risk of depression in ... while enhanced early cognitive abilities improve them. However, little is known about the combined influence of these exposures ...
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*  Research Publications - School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy - University of South Australia
Lavrencic, LM , Churches, OF & Keage, H 2017, 'Cognitive reserve is not associated with improved performance in all cognitive ... 2016). 'Social cognition is not associated with cognitive reserve in older adults', Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition, 23, ... 2016) 'Cerebrovascular and cognitive benefits of high-oleic peanut consumption in healthy overweight middle-aged adults', ... The Mediterranean diet and cognitive function among healthy older adults in a 6-month randomised controlled trial: the MedLey ...
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*  People With More Education May Recover Better From Brain Injury | Vestibular Disorders Association
"Cognitive reserve might be one factor, but there are other issues that are ongoing that are equally persuasive as to why those ... He acknowledged that it's difficult to prove the cognitive reserve theory or its role in recovery from brain injury and disease ... We were pleased to see that the cognitive reserve theory might also be associated with outcomes in acute brain injuries." ... The research focused on how "cognitive reserve" -- the brain's ability to maintain function despite damage -- affects recovery ...
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*  Behavioural risk factors - Prevention of dementia - European Collaboration on Dementia - Research - Alzheimer Europe
Generally, an active lifestyle may increase cognitive reserve capacity, reduce stress and thus protect against development or ... Frequent cognitive activity was also associated with reduced incidence of mild cognitive impairment and less rapid decline in ... Cognitive activity / education. A higher level of education appears to reduce the risk for dementia. More frequent ... Distress proneness was also associated with more rapid cognitive decline. Whether psychotherapy that could lead to more stress ...
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*  How Reducing The Number Of Stressful Events In Our Lives Could Help Beat Dementia
... "cognitive reserve", explains why some people are more or less susceptible to the effects of stress. Cognitive reserve defines ... As the years pass, we lose brain tissue and cannot support cognitive functions as readily as in our youth. But exposure to ... With each life event adding years to their cognitive ability, this highlights the need for support in managing the potentially ... Claire J. Hanley, Lecturer in Cognitive Neuroscience & Ageing, Swansea University This article was originally published on The ...
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