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Revija za Elementarno Izobrazevanje, ISSN 1855-4431, 03/2018, Volume 11, Issue 1, pp. 55 - 75
The article presents the typical characteristics of picture books produced by Italian publishers, focusing mainly on the artistic and educational aspects of... 
Illustrations | Preschool children | Reaction kinetics | History | Childrens picture books
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by Varatharajah, Yogatheesan and Ramanan, Vijay K and Iyer, Ravishankar and Vemuri, Prashanthi and Weiner, Michael W and Aisen, Paul and Petersen, Ronald and Jack, Clifford R and Saykin, Andrew J and Jagust, William and Trojanowki, John Q and Toga, Arthur W and Beckett, Laurel and Green, Robert C and Morris, John and Shaw, Leslie M and Khachaturian, Zaven and Sorensen, Greg and Carrillo, Maria and Kuller, Lew and Raichle, Marc and Paul, Steven and Davies, Peter and Fillit, Howard and Hefti, Franz and Holtzman, David and Mesulam, M. Marcel and Potter, William and Snyder, Peter and Schwartz, Adam and Montine, Tom and Thomas, Ronald G and Donohue, Michael and Walter, Sarah and Gessert, Devon and Sather, Tamie and Jiminez, Gus and Balasubramanian, Archana B and Mason, Jennifer and Sim, Iris and Harvey, Danielle and Bernstein, Matthew and Fox, Nick and Thompson, Paul and Schuff, Norbert and DeCArli, Charles and Borowski, Bret and Gunter, Jeff and Senjem, Matt and Jones, David and Kantarci, Kejal and Ward, Chad and Koeppe, Robert A and Foster, Norm and Reiman, Eric M and Chen, Kewei and Mathis, Chet and Landau, Susan and Cairns, Nigel J and Franklin, Erin and Taylor-Reinwald, Lisa and Lee, Virginia and Korecka, Magdalena and Figurski, Michal and Crawford, Karen and Neu, Scott and Foroud, Tatiana M and Potkin, Steven and Faber, Kelley and Kim, Sungeun and Nho, Kwangsik and Thal, Leon and Buckholtz, Neil and Albert, Marilyn and Frank, Richard and Hsiao, John and Kaye, Jeffrey and Quinn, Joseph and Silbert, Lisa and Lind, Betty and Carter, Raina and Dolen, Sara and Schneider, Lon S and Pawluczyk, Sonia and Beccera, Mauricio and Teodoro, Liberty and Spann, Bryan M and Brewer, James and Vanderswag, Helen and Fleisher, Adam and Heidebrink, Judith L and Lord, Joanne L and Mason, Sara S and Albers, Colleen S and Knopman, David and Johnson, Kris and Doody, Rachelle S and Villanueva-Meyer, Javier and Pavlik, Valory and Shibley, Victoria and ... and Alzheimers Dis Neuroimaging Initia and Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative and For the Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative
Scientific Reports, ISSN 2045-2322, 12/2019, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp. 2235 - 15
In the Alzheimer's disease (AD) continuum, the prodromal state of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) precedes AD dementia and identifying MCI individuals at risk... 
MICROGLIAL ACTIVATION | F-18-FLORBETAPIR PET | DEMENTIA | VARIANTS | ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | CR-1 | ASSOCIATION | CLU | IMPAIRMENT | DECLINE | Neuroimaging | Complement receptors | Learning algorithms | Demography | Tau protein | Cognitive ability | Dementia disorders | Amyloid | Genetic factors | Cerebrospinal fluid | Alzheimer's disease
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Cerebral Cortex, ISSN 1047-3211, 01/2019, Volume 29, Issue 1, pp. 242 - 252
Abstract Prevention of age-related cognitive decline is an increasingly important topic. Recently, increased attention is being directed at understanding... 
COGNITIVE RESERVE | ACTIVATIONS | resting-state functional MRI | ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE | OLDER-ADULTS | PERFORMANCE | Supernormal | YOUTHFUL MEMORY | NEUROSCIENCES | beta-amyloid/pTau ratio | DECLINE | INDIVIDUALS | Alzheimer's pathophysiology | COMPOSITE SCORE | longitudinal | WORKING-MEMORY
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by Franzmeier, Nicolai and Rubinski, Anna and Neitzel, Julia and Ewers, Michael and Weiner, Michael W and Aisen, Paul and Petersen, Ronald and Jack, Clifford R and Jagust, William and Trojanowski, John Q and Toga, Arthur W and Beckett, Laurel and Green, Robert C and Saykin, Andrew J and Morris, John and Shaw, Leslie M and Khachaturian, Zaven and Sorensen, Greg and Kuller, Lew and Raichle, Marcus and Paul, Steven and Davies, Peter and Fillit, Howard and Hefti, Franz and Holtzman, David and Mesulam, Marek M and Potter, William and Snyder, Peter and Schwartz, Adam and Montine, Tom and Thomas, Ronald G and Donohue, Michael and Walter, Sarah and Gessert, Devon and Sather, Tamie and Jiminez, Gus and Harvey, Danielle and Bernstein, Matthew and Thompson, Paul and Schuff, Norbert and Borowski, Bret and Gunter, Jeff and Senjem, Matt and Vemuri, Prashanthi and Jones, David and Kantarci, Kejal and Ward, Chad and Koeppe, Robert A and Foster, Norm and Reiman, Eric M and Chen, Kewei and Mathis, Chet and Landau, Susan and Cairns, Nigel J and Householder, Erin and Taylor-Reinwald, Lisa and Lee, Virginia and Korecka, Magdalena and Figurski, Michal and Crawford, Karen and Neu, Scott and Foroud, Tatiana M and Potkin, Steven G and Shen, Li and Faber, Kelley and Kim, Sungeun and Nho, Kwangsik and Thal, Leon and Buckholtz, Neil and Albert, Marylyn and Frank, Richard and Hsiao, John and Kaye, Jeffrey and Quinn, Joseph and Lind, Betty and Carter, Raina and Dolen, Sara and Schneider, Lon S and Pawluczyk, Sonia and Beccera, Mauricio and Teodoro, Liberty and Spann, Bryan M and Brewer, James and Vanderswag, Helen and Fleisher, Adam and Heidebrink, Judith L and Lord, Joanne L and Mason, Sara S and Albers, Colleen S and Knopman, David and Johnson, Kris and Doody, Rachelle S and Villanueva-Meyer, Javier and Chowdhury, Munir and Rountree, Susan and Dang, Mimi and Stern, Yaakov and Honig, Lawrence S and Bell, Karen L and Ances, Beau and ... and Alzheimers Dis Neuroimaging Initia and Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (ADNI) and The Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative (ADNI)
Nature Communications, ISSN 2041-1723, 12/2019, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp. 1766 - 12
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Neurobiology of Aging, ISSN 0197-4580, 04/2019, Volume 76, pp. 71 - 79
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