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Pertaining to neuropsychology.
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In order to be able to evaluate the neuropsychological consequences of HIV infection, it is important to determine the influence of other variables, whether related to the infection or not, which are also associated with the development of neuropsychological disturbances and which may make the seropositive subject more vulnerable neuropsychologically (Cohen et al.
Neuropsychologically, it is unclear why ayahuasca users produced more original solutions.
Verbal fluency (VF) is clinically used to evaluate patients neuropsychologically and psycholinguistically.
Impact of gender and age on executive functioning: Do girls and boys with and without attention deficit hyperactivity disorder differ neuropsychologically in preteen and teenage years?
By using the BADS to neuropsychologically evaluate inmates, we tried to advance beyond the number of relatively disorganized studies that have suggested that there is a prefrontal deficit in this population.
On each measure, significant increases were seen in the 18 neuropsychologically normal HIV-positive subjects, compared with 21 seronegative control subjects.
Deep brain stimulation (DBS) of the subthalamic nucleus may be considered in patients with PD who are neuropsychologically intact and who have intractable tremor, dyskinesia, or motor fluctuations.
Lewis (1992) has identified some youth as "intrinsically vulnerable children" who have cognitive, psychiatric, and /or neurological impairments, suggesting that such neuropsychologically impaired youth, by virtue of their hyperactivity and impulsivity, are more likely to be abused by adults in their families (Lewis, 1992).
All were evaluated neuropsychologically using a number of subtests of the WISC-R (intelligence tests), the VMI (visual-motor integration), as well as tests for visual attention.
Productivity after neuropsychologically oriented milieu rehabilitation.
But today we must also take into account--at least consider--that the family's or individual's "construction of reality" is based not only on systemic or dynamic sets, but also on neuropsychologically based cognitive factors: information processing variables that shape their world and require our understanding.
Participants were 257 HIV-positive male adults who were neuropsychologically assessed between the years 1989 and 1995 at a clinic affiliated with a major community hospital and medical center in the Los Angeles area.