*  Certain leisure activities may reduce post-surgical delirium among older adults | EurekAlert! Science News
One way to understand cognitive reserve is to think of your brain as a muscle. When you exercise a muscle, you strengthen it. ... This summary is from "Cognitive Reserve and Postoperative Delirium in Older Adults." It appears online ahead of print in the ... "cognitive reserve" may have a better chance for reducing their chances of developing dementia--which theoretically could reduce ...
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*  Brain Aging in Veterans (BRAVE) Training: A Cognitive Training Pilot Trial in Older Veterans With Traumatic Brain Injury - Full...
Cognitive Reserve and Training in Older Veterans With Traumatic Brain Injury: Study 2. ... Change in self-reported everyday cognitive functioning [Neuro-QOL (Quality of Life in Neurological Disorders) Cognitive ... Brain Aging in Veterans (BRAVE) Training: A Cognitive Training Pilot Trial in Older Veterans With Traumatic Brain Injury. The ... Change in cognitive functioning based on neurocognitive test battery [ Time Frame: Baseline, post-intervention (1-month after ...
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*  Aging brain - Wikipedia
The ability of an individual to demonstrate no cognitive signs of aging despite an aging brain is called cognitive reserve. ... Whalley LJ, Deary IJ, Appleton CL, Starr JM (November 2004). "Cognitive reserve and the neurobiology of cognitive aging". ... Studies of cognitive reserve explore the specific biological, genetic and environmental differences which make one person ... Scarmeas, N.; Stern, Y. (2003). "Cognitive reserve and lifestyle". Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology. 25 (5 ...
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*  Alzheimer's disease - Wikipedia
"Cognitive Reserve and the Prevention of Dementia: the Role of Physical and Cognitive Activities". Current psychiatry reports. ... a b Stern Y. Cognitive reserve and Alzheimer disease. Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders. July 2006;20(2):112-17. doi: ... The symptoms will progress from mild cognitive problems, such as memory loss through increasing stages of cognitive and non- ... This is compatible with the cognitive reserve theory, which states that some life experiences result in more efficient neural ...
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*  Guillain-Barré syndrome management & outcomes | Clinical Neurology News
Subjective cognitive decline, tauopathy, & AD dementia. Take Quiz. Cognitive decline biomarkers after 80 years of age. Take ... All rights reserved. Unauthorized use prohibited.The information provided is for educational purposes only. Use of this Web ...
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*  Impaired perception in progressive supranuclear palsy | Clinical Neurology News
Subjective cognitive decline, tauopathy, & AD dementia. Take Quiz. Cognitive decline biomarkers after 80 years of age. Take ... All rights reserved. Unauthorized use prohibited.The information provided is for educational purposes only. Use of this Web ...
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*  Medication-induced tardive dyskinesia | Clinical Neurology News
All rights reserved. Unauthorized use prohibited.The information provided is for educational purposes only. Use of this Web ... Personality & cognitive status in MS. Take Quiz. Brain atrophy & cognitive outcomes in MS. Take Quiz. ...
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*  IOM calls for new chronic fatigue syndrome criteria: Part 2 | Clinical Neurology News
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*  IOM calls for new chronic fatigue syndrome criteria: Part 3 | Clinical Neurology News
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*  Positive Neuroplasticity Improves Brain and Body Health | Article | PTontheNet
How Neuroplasticity and Cognitive Reserve Protect Cognitive Functioning. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing, 48(4), 23-30. ... Cognitive reserve, which is the ability of the brain to be resilient to possible declining function, is also enhanced. ... Increasing cognitive performance and reserve will help to ensure clients' ability to learn, remember, and have good mental ... and decrease cognitive reserve" (Vance et al., 2010). Many factors associated with negative neuroplasticity are within the ...
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*  Bilingual children show an advantage in controlling verbal interference during spoken language comprehension* |...
Delaying the onset of Alzheimer disease Bilingualism as a form of cognitive reserve. Neurology, 75 (19), 1726-1729. ... Cognitive psychology, 41 (1), 49-100. Peal, E., & Lambert, W. E. (1962). The relation of bilingualism to intelligence. ... Language and cognitive processes, 23 (4), 557-582. Abbate, M. S., & LaChapelle, N. B. (1984b). Pictures, please! An ... Bak, T. H., Nissan, J. J., Allerhand, M. M., & Deary, I. J. (2014). Does bilingualism influence cognitive aging?. Annals of ...
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*  My aging brain makes me feel stupid
This notion hinges on the widely accepted theories of brain reserve and cognitive reserve. ... brain reserve) or accrued through years of intellectual and physical pursuits (cognitive reserve). ...
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Cognitive reserve and Alzheimer's disease biomarkers are independent determinants of cognition.. Vemuri P, Weigand SD, ... Development of cognitive instruments for use in clinical trials of antidementia drugs: additions to the Alzheimer's Disease ... The cognitive subscale of Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale, Chinese version in staging of Alzheimer disease. ... Cognitive improvement in mild to moderate Alzheimer's dementia after treatment with the acetylcholine precursor choline ...
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*  Frontiers | Evolution of Neuroplasticity in Response to Physical Activity in Old Age: The Case for Dancing | Frontiers in Aging...
The results of our study suggest that participating in a long-term dance program that requires constant cognitive and motor ... Regarding cognitive measures, both groups showed significant improvements in attention after 6 months and in verbal memory ... Regarding cognitive measures, both groups showed significant improvements in attention after 6 months and in verbal memory ... 18 months.The results of our study suggest that participating in a long-term dance program that requires constant cognitive and ...
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*  Education - Wikipedia
Richards, M.; Sacker, A. (2003). "Lifetime Antecedents of Cognitive Reserve". Journal of Clinical and Experimental ... Ansari, D; Coch, D (2006). "Bridges over troubled waters: Education and cognitive neuroscience". Trends in Cognitive Sciences. ... Education is also becoming a commodity no longer reserved for children. Adults need it too. Some governmental bodies, like the ... Eric A. Hanushek; Ludger Woessmann (2008). "The role of cognitive skills in economic development" (PDF). Journal of Economic ...
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*  The AMEDEO Literature Guide
Event related potential and response time give evidence for a physiological reserve in cognitive functioning in relapsing- ... Cognition in multiple sclerosis: Between cognitive reserve and brain volume.. J Neurol Sci. 2018;386:19-22.. PubMed Text format ... Cognitive impairment of Japanese multiple sclerosis patients: Follow-up study using BRB-N assessment tool.. J Neurol Sci. 2015; ... Cognitive evaluation by tasks in a virtual reality environment in multiple sclerosis.. J Neurol Sci. 2015;359.. PubMed Text ...
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*  A day at a time to your better brain
Cognitive reserve. The "cognitive reserve hypothesis" is a clinically relevant model explaining the phenomenon of possibility ... Source: Stern, Y. (2002). What is cognitive reserve? Theory and research application of the reserve concept. Journal of the ... the cognitive reserve model proposes that the evolved cognitive ability in hominid may be linked to evolutionary selection for ... increased lifespan, which, in its own turn potentially is capable of providing cognitive health as an attribute of healthy ...
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*  Cognitive disease: what impacts our brain power? | Nouse
Was this their "cognitive reserve"? Although there is no definite answer, a team of researchers have found that people who are ... The theory of cognitive reserve is hardly recent; findings from a 1992 study implied that patients who suffered from ... If you want to boost your own cognitive reserve, try mental gymnastics; whether that be through learning to play an instrument ... The theory has been described by scientists as "cognitive reserve". This theory suggests that detrimental effects of aging and ...
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*  Cerebrospinal fluid tau and ptau181 increase with cortical amyloid deposition in cognitively normal individuals: Implications...
Perhaps those are the substrates of 'cognitive reserve'. Regardless, it is becoming clear that an increase in CSF tau and ptau ... prior to any cognitive impairment, when potential treatments will have the best opportunity to preserve cognitive function. ... CSF tau/Aβ42 ratio for increased risk of mild cognitive impairment: a follow-up study. Neurology. 2007;69:631-639. [PubMed] ... Snider B, Fagan A, Roe C, Shah A, Grant E, Xiong C, Morris J, Holtzman D. Cerebrospinal fluid biomarkers and rate of cognitive ...
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*  Religious education and midlife observance are associated with dementia three decades later in Israeli men
39] Stern Y. Cognitive reserve and Alzheimer disease. Alzheimer Dis Assoc Disord. 2006;20(3 Suppl. 2):S69-74. [PubMed] ... provides less cognitive reserve than using a variety of learning methods.. The process of diagnosing dementia, and especially ... represent a surrogate measure for cognitive reserve [39], consistently shown to be protective against dementia [40]. The Nun ... Religion and cognitive dysfunction in an elderly cohort. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci. 2003;58:S21-9. [PMC free article] [ ...
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*  Environmental enrichment - Wikipedia
Pai MC, Tsai JJ (2005). "Is cognitive reserve applicable to epilepsy? The effect of educational level on the cognitive decline ... There are two mains areas of focus: neurological rehabilitation and cognitive reserve, the brain's resistance to the effects of ... Roe CM, Mintun MA, D'Angelo G, Xiong C, Grant EA, Morris JC (November 2008). "Alzheimer's and Cognitive Reserve: Education ... Moreover, this research also suggests that environmental enrichment leads to a greater level of cognitive reserve, the brain's ...
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*  Why and How Physical Activity Promotes Experience-Induced Brain Plasticity
The idea of neural or cognitive reserves. The neural reserve is the range of compensation that a brain has to functionally ... The neurogenic reserve. The idea of the neurogenic reserve takes up the "neural reserve hypothesis" in the context of adult ... Physical activity and enhanced fitness to improve cognitive function in older people without known cognitive impairment. ... The neurogenic reserve would be optimized in size to the amount of novelty and complexity that an animal is likely to ...
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*  NEUROPROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF CURCUMIN
Alzheimer's disease: Etiologies, pathophysiology, cognitive reserve, and treatment opportunities. Neurology. 1998;51:S2-S17. ... Phenolic anti-inflammatory antioxidant reversal of Aβ-induced cognitive deficits and neuropathology. Neurobiol Aging. 2001;22: ... and cognitive deficits in rats receiving CNS infusions of toxic Aβ.25 Tests on cultured HEK or 293 cells transfected with human ... brain trauma and the APP transgene act synergistically to increase both cognitive deficits and neurodegeneration.83 Thus, ...
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