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Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, ISSN 1387-2877, 10/2019, Volume 72, Issue 1, pp. 111 - 126
Background: Cognitive reserve (CR) explains the individual resilience to neurodegeneration. Years of formal education express the static measure of reserve... 
Brain | Level (quantity) | Segmentation | Image processing | Memory | Abnormalities | Cognitive ability | Complex systems | Atrophy | Magnetic resonance imaging | Neurodegeneration | Education | Warehouses | Representations | Alzheimer's disease | Hippocampus
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Journal of neuropsychology, 11/2018
The role of the hippocampus and neocortical areas in the retrieval of past memories in pre-dementia Alzheimer's disease (AD) patients was investigated. The aim... 
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Current Biology, ISSN 0960-9822, 04/2009, Volume 19, Issue 8, pp. 682 - 687
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Cortex, ISSN 0010-9452, 05/2011, Volume 47, Issue 5, pp. 608 - 616
Right brain damaged patients with left spatial neglect typically bisect long horizontal lines to the right of their midpoint. However, bisections of very short... 
Line bisection | Spatial neglect | Cross-over | Oppel-Kundt illusion | Space anisometry
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Cortex, ISSN 0010-9452, 2011, Volume 47, Issue 5, pp. 608 - 616
Right brain damaged patients with left spatial neglect typically bisect long horizontal lines to the right of their midpoint. However, bisections of very short... 
Line bisection | Oppel–Kundt illusion | Spatial neglect | Cross-over | Space anisometry
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09/2014, ISBN 9780124115293
Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) groups together an increasing number of heritable disorders of the connective tissue chiefly characterized by joint hypermobility... 
Prevention | Headache | Therapy | Ehlers-Danlos syndrome | Pain | Diet | Nutrition | Fatigue | Joint hypermobility | Vitamins
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by Abin-Carriquiry, Juan Andres and Akdemir, Zeliha S and Alfieri, Alessio and Amin, Bahareh and Appendino, Giovanni and Ari, Csilla and Arredondo, Florencia and Aschner, Michael and Banz, William J and Barcellona, Doris and Bayir, Aysegul and Bharath, Muchukunte Mukunda Srinivas and Blasina, Fernanda and Blundo, Carlo and Borges, Karin and Brimson, James M and Bruschini, Michela and Carito, Valentina and Carod Artal, Francisco Javier and Castori, Marco and Ceccanti, Mauro and Chaldakov, George and Chandola, H.M and Chauhan, Neelima B and Cheatwood, Joseph L and Cho, Suengmok and Ciafrè, Stefania and Cipollina, Chiara and Clough, Rich W and D’Agostino, Dominic and Dajas, Federico and Das, Sukanya and Dhaliwal, Gurman and Di Sacco, Filippo and Díaz, Marcela and Echeverry, Carolina and Fiore, Marco and Forfori, Francesco and Franceschi, Federico and Francieli da Silva, Gislaine and Fretham, Stephanie J.B and Giacalone, Marilù and Giglio, Auro del and Giglio, Adriana del and Giunta, Francesco and Gokul, Krishna and Guo, Lixia and Hoàng Nguyễn, Lan Thi and Hosseinzadeh, Hossein and Joshi, Apurva Kumar and Juturu, Vijaya and Kahraman, Cigdem and Khan, Salman and Kim, Yeong Shik and Klein, Pavel and Kossoff, Eric H and Liu, Jianhui and Mann, Giovanni E and Marongiu, Francesco and Martínez, Marcela and Martinez-Finley, Ebany J and McCombe, Pamela A and McDonald, Tanya S and Mehla, Jogender and Meira Quintão, Nara Lins and Messer, Ricka D and Muralidhara and Mythri, Rajeswara Babu and Nassiri-Asl, Marjan and Neyestani, Tirang R and Ngo, Shyuan T and De Nicolò, Sara and Pagnucci, Nicola and Panickar, Kiran S and Pilla, Raffaele and Pogge, Elizabeth and Khanh vinh quốc Lương and Rivera, Felicia and Rocha, Lilian Wunsch and Roysommuti, Sanya and Schauss, Alexander G and Scheck, Adrienne C and Schopfer, Francisco J and Schreihofer, Derek A and Sharma, Hari and Shimizu, Makoto and Smid, Scott D and Sreenivasan, Lakshana and Steyn, Frederik J and Tagami, Motoki and Takahata, Hideaki and Tan, Kah Ni and Tarani, Luigi and Tatli, I. Irem and Tencomnao, Tewin and Tirassa, Paola and Togni, Stefano and Tosun, Alev and Traupe, Ippolito and Tyrlikova, Ivana and ...
2015, ISBN 9780124115293
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Estudos Feministas, ISSN 0104-026X, 01/1995, Volume 3, Issue 2, p. 363
The article analyses the main features of the economic activity performed In house by male workers and compares it to the female in house work. It is based on... 
Women | Men | Economic activity | Family work relationship | Social workers | Autonomy | Housework
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