Strategies and supports that worked while living at home are not adequate to the new demands that college places on the executive functions
of the brain.
impairment is common in a population of people with difficult-to-manage type 2 diabetes.
Ylvisaker M, Executive Function
Routines in Children and Adolescents with Autism, National Autism Conference, Penn State University, 2003
The company's lead compound for Alzheimer's disease, MMFS-01, is based on a broad set of data demonstrating high tolerability and statistical significance in improving four key areas of cognitive ability: working memory, executive function
, episodic memory and attention.
People with weak executive function
may lack the dietary self-control necessary to regulate snack food consumption in "the modern obesogenic environment.
Overgeneral autobiographical memory is a characteristic of bipolar I disorder and relates to executive function
The effectiveness of cognition-promoting software on executive function
, response inhibition and working memory of children with dyslexia and attention deficit/hyperactivity.
Comparisons of cognitive function based on neuropsychological testing with the imaging results showed that vascular brain injury strongly correlated with cognitive impairment for verbal memory arid executive function
, but not nonverbal memory (JAMA Neurol.
Clock drawing tasks have emerged as a convenient method for assessing executive function
Unfortunately, the physician executive should not expect the "responsible individual instead of a committee" idea to include the medical executive function
The results suggest that executive function
skillsC C the ability to avoid distractions, focus attention, hold relevant details in working memory, and regulate impulsive behaviorC C should be a key focus of early childhood education.
Abstract: This project develops an innovative treatment that is strongly motivating, yet relevant to real-life function for people with traumatic brain injury (TBI): the Virtual Reality Executive Function