neurobehavioral


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neurobehavioral

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

neurobehavioral

/neu·ro·be·hav·ior·al/ (-be-hāv´ūr'l) 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.

neurobehavioral

relating to neurological status as assessed by observation of behavior.
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Just as there is a need for systematic postmarketing studies for drug safety with respect to risk for birth defects, there is an equally important need for systematic surveillance for neurobehavioral outcomes.
The Neurobehavioral Cognitive Status Examination (Cognistat, The Northern California Behavioral Group, 1995) provides information about examinee's level of consciousness, orientation, and attention and functioning in five major areas, including language, memory, and higher level reasoning.
At baseline--generally within 1 month before their scheduled surgeries--all children underwent full-night polysomnography, and the next day received a battery of neurobehavioral assessments including the multiple sleep latency test of daytime sleepiness and a number of neuropsychological tests.
The extensive analysis by Rose, who according to PETA has confessed to being an angler, is called ``The Neurobehavioral Nature of Fishes and the Question of Awareness and Pain.
for 2 days, neurobehavioral tests showed a slowing of reaction time, decreased attention, and a trend toward increased sleepiness for up to 6 hours.
The low incidence disabilities that were the focus of the training were multisystem developmental disorders (MSDD) and significant neurobehavioral disorders (SNBD).
It's not just the mom who benefits, but the baby as well, by improved stress tolerance and advanced neurobehavioral maturity.
Type of Facility/Setting: Short- and Long-Term Skilled Nursing; Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation; Ventilator Dependent Care; Neurobehavioral Intervention
I know of no other study that has looked at neurobehavioral impacts--cognition, memory, motor ability--in children exposed to pesticides," says neurotoxicologist David O.
Neurobehavioral tests and other standardized test batteries have been used to assess persons exposed to mercury and other neurotoxic agents in environmental and occupational settings (6-10).
autism as a neurobehavioral communication disorder) and most importantly activism of consumers (Fine and Asch, 1988).
Section 2 focuses on neurobehavioral toxicology and alterations of the special issues.