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Cognitive Reserve in Patients with Mild Cognitive Impairment: The Importance of Occupational Complexity as a Buffer of Declining Cognition in Older Adults
(American Institute of Mathematical Sciences, 2016-01)
Cognitive reserve is the ability to optimize performance through differential recruitment of brain networks, which may reflect the use of alternative cognitive strategies. Work is one of the most important sources of ...
Interpersonal cognitions as a mechanism of change in cognitive behavioral therapy for generalized anxiety disorder?: A multilevel dynamic structural equation model approach
(American Psychological Association, 2021-11)
Objective: This study aimed to investigate the effects of changes in interpersonal cognitions on outcome during cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) and how these effects are moderated ...
Justification of the cognition subject problem in the methodology of contemporary human
(Universidad del Zulia, 2019)
Investigating cognitive change as a dynamic processInvestigar el cambio cognitivo como proceso dinámico
(Taylor & Francis, 2016-10)
In this introduction to the special issue ‘Dynamic aspects of cognitive development and learning’ we emphasize the current need for studies that address, in depth, the dynamic aspects of cognitive development and learning. ...
Cognition, Perception, and Imagination: A Semiotic Approach.
(Universidad del Zulia, 2013)
The cognitive biases: From cognitive psychology to the cognitive perspective of the organization, and its relationship with the processes to make management decisionsLos sesgos cognitivos: de la psicología cognitiva a la perspectiva cognitiva de la organización y su relación con los procesos de toma de decisiones gerenciales
The Efficacy of Cognitive Stimulation on Depression and Cognition in Elderly Patients with Cognitive Impairment: A Retrospective Cohort Study
(AIMS Medical Science, 2015-12)
Cognitive decline due to neurodegenerative diseases is a prevalent worldwide problem. Both pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments to improve, delay or stop disease progression are of vital importance. Cognitive ...
Methodological considerations regarding cognitive interventions in dementia
Dementia causes massive cognitive, affective, and social impairment as well as concomitant functional decline. Cognitive interventions, together with pharmacological treatments, are acknowledged as important tools to delay ...
Cognitive task in natural language for the first 10 levels of the Sokoban game in the metacognitive architecture CARINA
(Universidad de Córdoba, 2020)