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Autobiographical memory, self, and stress-related psychiatric disorders: which implications in cancer patients?
We will report studies focusing on the above-mentioned psychiatric disorders and cancer, and will attempt to establish a relation with autobiographical memory disturbances. The better understanding of such memory deficits could permit new pathophysiological hypotheses to emerge. Recommendations for...
Neuroanatomy and neuropathology associated with Korsakoff's syndrome.
Although the neuropathology of Korsakoff's syndrome (KS) was first described well over a century ago and the characteristic brain pathology does not pose a diagnostic challenge to pathologists, there is still controversy over the neuroanatomical substrate of the distinctive memory impairment in thes...
Primary progressive aphasias and their contribution to the contemporary knowledge about the brain-language relationship.
Primary progressive aphasia (PPA), typically resulting from a neurodegenerative disease such as frontotemporal dementia/Pick Complex or Alzheimer's disease, is a heterogeneous clinical condition characterized by a progressive loss of specific language functions with initial sparing of other cognitiv...
Can children with autism recover? If so, how?
We review evidence that between 3% and 25% of children reportedly lose their ASD diagnosis and enter the normal range of cognitive, adaptive and social skills. Predictors of recovery include relatively high intelligence, receptive language, verbal and motor imitation, and motor development, but not...
The neuropsychology of amphetamine and opiate dependence: implications for treatment.
We review substance-specific deficits on executive and memory function, and discuss possibilities to address these during treatment intervention....
Executive function and the frontal lobes: a meta-analytic review.
Currently, there is debate among scholars regarding how to operationalize and measure executive functions. These functions generally are referred to as "supervisory" cognitive processes because they involve higher level organization and execution of complex thoughts and behavior. Although conceptual...
Rohling's Interpretive Method for Neuropsychological Case Data: A Response to Critics
Neuropsychological aspects of pediatric sickle cell disease.
Sickle cell disease (SCD), a class of genetic disorders characterized by abnormal, sickled red blood cells, is a chronic illness that results in progressive cerebrovascular disease. Neurocognitive sequelae of clinically apparent cerebrovascular accidents in children with SCD are characterized by per...
Cognitive event-related potentials in neuropsychological assessment.
Neuropsychology is a behavioral approach to studying the brain, and an integration of neuropsychology with on-line processing measures of brain function is important for advancing the understanding of brain-behavior relationships. Cognitive event-related potentials (ERPs) are on-line processing meas...
The California Verbal Learning Test: psychometric characteristics and clinical application.
The California Verbal Learning Test (CVLT) is a popular clinical and research test that claims to measure key constructs in cognitive psychology such as repetition learning, serial position effects, semantic organization, intrusions, and proactive interference. The psychometric characteristics of th...