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Biological Markers of Aphasia Recovery after Stroke  

Marcus Meinzer, Lena Ulm, and Robert Lindenberg

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Jan 2018
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Mar 2015
Language recovery after stroke is often incomplete and residual symptoms may persist for many years. However, there is ample evidence for structural and functional reorganization of ... More

Cognitions: Self-Talk and Performance  

Yannis Theodorakis, Antonis Hatzigeorgiadis, and Nikos Zourbanos

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Aug 2012
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Nov 2012
The main objective of this chapter is to provide an overview of the self-talk literature in sport psychology, in particular with regard to the links between self-talk and performance. ... More

Cognitive Development in Ageing  

Jacqueline Zöllig, Mike Martin, and Vera Schumacher

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Oct 2014
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Jun 2014
Cognitive development in ageing is a multidimensional and multidirectional phenomenon characterized by age-related changes in the plasticity of different dimensions of cognitive functions. ... More

Cognitive Disorders in Adults  

Roberta F. White

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May 2014
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Nov 2014
This chapter provides an overview on cognitive disorders in adults from a neuropsychological perspective. It begins with a critical review of existing taxonomies for these disorders, ... More

Functional Sequelae of Cognitive Decline in Later Life  

Holly A. Tuokko and Colette M. Smart

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Oct 2014
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Jun 2014
The aim of this chapter is to examine the disability (or functional impairment) associated with changes in cognition in later life. In so doing, we examine the ways in which the terms ... More

Medical Management of Sport-Related Concussion  

Cara Camiolo Reddy and Henry N. Huie

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Dec 2014
Concussion in sports can result in somatic, cognitive, sleep-related, and emotional symptoms. Although the majority of athletes recover within days to weeks, some concussed patients ... More

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