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Patterns of Age-Related IQ Changes from the WAIS to WAIS-III after Adjusting for the Flynn Effect
Previous studies have found that the Flynn effect accounts for at least 48%, and as much as 100%, of the difference between norms for 20- and 70-year-olds on the Wechsler intelligence tests (Dickinson & Hiscock, 2010). The ...
Cognition and depression in cerebellar and frontal lobe stroke patients
Contrary to prior beliefs, various case studies have shown that the cerebellum is involved in higher order cognitive functions, and the cerebrocerebellar circuitry has been implicated in subserving such functions. Specifically, ...