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PREDICTING LONGITUDINAL DECLINE IN INSTRUMENTAL ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING IN PATIENTS WITH ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE
Appropriate planning for the future functional decline of patients with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is very important. An easy-to-utilize, reliable method for predicting progression of deficits in instrumental activities of ...
Sex Differences in Binge Alcohol-Induced Brain Damage and Recovery of Function
Evidence suggests that women are more sensitive to the neurotoxic effects of alcohol and more vulnerable to the adverse medical consequences of heavy alcohol consumption than men. Despite this few studies have directly ...
Converting a Neuron-Morphology Reconstruction System: Open-Science Design and Implementation
The thesis describes the conversion of the Online Reconstruction and functional Imaging Of Neurons (ORION) system for neuron-morphology reconstruction from an interpreted language to a compiled language. The motivation of ...
HOW PERFORMANCE ON THE PASAT RELATE TO GLOBAL OUTCOME ON THE DISABILITY RATING SCALE FOLLOWING CLOSED-HEAD INJURY.
Objective: Care, treatment, and rehabilitation of individuals who have sustained a TBI are reliant on our understanding of the factors that predict common outcomes. Cognitive ability, as measured by neuropsychological ...
Binge Alcohol Effects on the Prefrontal Cortex
Approximately 92% of U.S. adults who drink excessively report binge drinking in the past 30 days. Increased alcohol marketing in recent years has particularly targeted women, causing a 36% increase in the last 10 years in ...