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Birth weight and cognitive function in early adulthood: the Australian Aboriginal birth cohort study

Authors: Mann KD, Pearce MS, Sayers SM, Singh G

Journal: Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease

Volume & Issue: 5 & 3

Page No.: 240-7

DOI: 10.1017/S2040174414000063

Year Published: 2014

It has been suggested that in addition to genetic factors, fetal and post-natal growth influence cognition in early adulthood. However, most studies have been in developed populations, so it is unclear if the same findings would be seen in other, less developed, settings, and have used testing tools not applicable to an Australia Aboriginal population. […]

Cognitive Dysfunction in Older Adults Hospitalized for Acute Heart Failure

Authors: Algase D, Arslanian-Engoren C, Giordani BJ, Lee C, Moser DK, Schuh A

Journal: Journal of Cardiac Failure

DOI: 10.1016/j.cardfail.2014.06.003

Year Published: 2014

BACKGROUND: Few studies have measured cognitive dysfunction in older adults during acute exacerbations of heart failure (HF), even though 25% of patients are readmitted within 30 days. The purposes of this study were to examine cognitive dysfunction and acute HF symptoms in older adults hospitalized for HF and to evaluate the relationship between cognitive dysfunction […]

The development of associate learning in school age children

Authors: Harel BT, Maruff P, Mayes LC, Pietrzak RH, Snyder PJ, Thomas E

Journal: Public Library of Science One

Volume & Issue: 9 & 7

DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0101750

Year Published: 2014

Associate learning is fundamental to the acquisition of knowledge and plays a critical role in the everyday functioning of the developing child, though the developmental course is still unclear. This study investigated the development of visual associate learning in 125 school age children using the Continuous Paired Associate Learning task. As hypothesized, younger children made […]

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