neurobehavioral


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neurobehavioral

 [noor″o-be-hāv´u-ral]
relating to neurologic status as assessed by observation of behavior.

neurobehavioral

(no͝or′ō-bĭ-hāv′yə-rəl, nyo͝or′-)
adj.
Of or relating to the relationship of the nervous system, especially the brain, to behavior and learning.
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BlackThorn Therapeutics is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company dedicated to transforming the lives of people with neurobehavioral disorders.
The researchers found that neurobehavioral outcomes were generally similar for both the caffeine and placebo group.
Several studies have been conducted in the rat to investigate neurobehavioral dose-responses following a known dose administered over a sustained period to represent chronic exposure to OP insecticides.
Conclusion: The NBRS-R form can be suggested to provide a reliable and easily reproducible evaluation method of neurobehavioral deficits in TBI patients who speak Turkish.
The results of the study endorse the additive effects of T2DM, as a significant difference was found between the three groups in neurobehavioral functioning, except in communication.
[7, 18-20] Prolonged exposure to formaldehyde such as in overexposure from spills causes chronic irreversible neurobehavioral impairment and complaints of excessive fatigue, headaches, and irritability.
The other rats were sacrificed in the 6th week just after neurobehavioral evaluation (BBB locomotor rating scale).
Major finding: Global outcomes as measured by the Glasgow Outcome Scale-Extended were "essentially indistinguishable" between blast-related and nonblast TBI, as were numerous neuropsychological abnormalities; neurobehavioral impairments; focal neurological deficits such as those affecting olfaction, gait, and limb ataxia; headache-related disability; PTSD and its components; depression; alcohol misuse; and sleep disturbances.
Therefore, this research studies probable side effects caused by the entrance of the nanomaterials into the body of the pregnant mothers, neurobehavioral endpoints in the pups, and the effects of the nanomaterials on reproduction indices.
Neurobehavioral and neurocognitive gains ascribed to neurostimulants include enhanced arousal, wakefulness, awareness, attention, memory, mental processing speed, and/or motor processing speed [7, 8].
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Wagner (counseling, Virginia Commonwealth U.), Ingersoll (psychiatry and neurobehavioral sciences, U.