Top PDF Lexicosemantic processing in normal and pathological aging

Lexicosemantic processing in normal and pathological aging

Lexicosemantic processing in normal and pathological aging

... In the present study, we investtgate the recognition of higli and low Ereucncv mass, count and dual nouns by younger and older aduits, using a visual lexical decision paradigm, with the [r] ...

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Episodic Memory Assessment and Remediation in Normal and Pathological Aging Using Virtual Reality: A Mini Review

Episodic Memory Assessment and Remediation in Normal and Pathological Aging Using Virtual Reality: A Mini Review

... increasing in developed ...even normal aging is associated with cognitive decline and increased risk factors for neurodegenerative ...functions in aging, and its decline ...

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Physiological and Pathological Aging Affects Chromatin Dynamics, Structure and Function at the Nuclear Edge

Physiological and Pathological Aging Affects Chromatin Dynamics, Structure and Function at the Nuclear Edge

... shortening and increased DNA damage response at telomeres, which can be rescued by hTERT expression ( Allsopp et ...). In addition, telomere erosion during replicative senescence induces progerin expression ...

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Effects of aging on low luminance contrast processing in humans

Effects of aging on low luminance contrast processing in humans

... V1 and LGN a statistically significant decrease of neural activation is observed (see Figure 7), which is linear with age for the luminance contrast range of 1-9% (see Figure ...activity in our ROIs is ...

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Cross-form priming in normal aging and in mild dementia of the Alzheimer type

Cross-form priming in normal aging and in mild dementia of the Alzheimer type

... preserved in AD patients. In fact, several data allow the assumption that the cross-form priming task we used in this experiment is conceptual: (1) a task is considered as conceptual when the cue ...

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3D Analysis of Normal and Pathological Gait Based on Low-Cost Wireless Accelerometers

3D Analysis of Normal and Pathological Gait Based on Low-Cost Wireless Accelerometers

... principle and use of a new low-cost, wireless, 3-axis accelerometer-based device that records acceleration signals and automatically analyses them to characterize normal and ...

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Perceptual and motor abilities in normal aging and Alzheimer’s disease: a preliminary study

Perceptual and motor abilities in normal aging and Alzheimer’s disease: a preliminary study

... demanding in terms of general cognitive resources and/or controlled processes will be easier to ...perform. In agreement with that theory, tasks that are preserved in our healthy participants ...

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Disentangling normal aging from Alzheimer's disease in structural magnetic resonance images

Disentangling normal aging from Alzheimer's disease in structural magnetic resonance images

... plaques and tau proteins in neurofibrillary tan- gles, which is followed by the development of function brain loss, and finally by widespread structural atrophy [Jack et ...seen in AD mirrors ...

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An exploration of the effect of hemodynamic changes due to normal aging on the fNIRS response to semantic processing of words

An exploration of the effect of hemodynamic changes due to normal aging on the fNIRS response to semantic processing of words

... objects in order to isolate the peripheral effects in net- works associated with semantic ...ture, and length in letters. It is important to note that, in visual lexical decision tasks, ...

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Education as a moderator of the relationship between episodic memory and amyloid load in normal aging

Education as a moderator of the relationship between episodic memory and amyloid load in normal aging

... pathology and EM can be interpreted in terms of ...maintain normal cognitive performances is now described in terms of a greater resilience in face of neuropathological processes ...

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Specificity of Inhibitory Deficits in Normal Aging and Alzheimer's Disease

Specificity of Inhibitory Deficits in Normal Aging and Alzheimer's Disease

... of processing and short-term memory capacity) were used, indicating that these effects cannot be clearly related to the suppression aspects of the tasks ...is in accordance with the hypothesis that ...

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Transcriptomics of cortical gray matter thickness decline during normal aging.

Transcriptomics of cortical gray matter thickness decline during normal aging.

... imaging and data processing Imaging data were collected using a Siemens 3 Tesla Trio scanner located at the Research Imaging Institute, ...GMT and data collection procedures are described elsewhere ...

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Cr cluster characterization in Cu-Cr-Zr alloy after ECAP processing and aging using SANS and HAADF-STEM

Cr cluster characterization in Cu-Cr-Zr alloy after ECAP processing and aging using SANS and HAADF-STEM

... after processing by ECAP technique up to 8 ...size and morphology did not considerably change between four and eight ...neither normal nor abnormal grain growth is observed in the ...

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Directed forgetting and aging: the role of retrieval processes, processing speed, and proactive interference.

Directed forgetting and aging: the role of retrieval processes, processing speed, and proactive interference.

... items in the inclusion condition, but not in the exclusion condition (which is more dependent on automatic retrieval ...observed in elderly adults (Bastin & Van der Linden, 2003; Parkin & ...

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Neural changes associated with semantic processing in healthy aging despite intact behavioral performance

Neural changes associated with semantic processing in healthy aging despite intact behavioral performance

... anesthesia in the past 6 months. In order to exclude the presence of cognitive impairment in healthy older adults, older participants completed cognitive screening to ensure they had a normal ...

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Effect of beta-dystroglycan processing on utrophin/Dp116 anchorage in normal and mdx mouse Schwann cell membrane.

Effect of beta-dystroglycan processing on utrophin/Dp116 anchorage in normal and mdx mouse Schwann cell membrane.

... no pathological effect was noted in mdx nerve despite the constant MMP activation and β-DG 30 ...active in mdx skeletal muscle and, during the degeneration-regeneration process; MMP-9 ...

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Semantic Hyperpriming in Normal Aging: A Consequence of Instructions?

Semantic Hyperpriming in Normal Aging: A Consequence of Instructions?

... of processing: (1) the rate of accumulation of information (the ‘drift rate’), which reflects the quality of the match between the test string and lexi- cal memory (in other words, word knowledge is ...

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Normal Aging Modulates the Neurotoxicity of Mutant Huntingtin

Normal Aging Modulates the Neurotoxicity of Mutant Huntingtin

... Abstract Aging likely plays a role in neurodegenerative disorders. In Huntington’s disease (HD), a disorder caused by an abnormal expansion of a polyglutamine tract in the protein huntingtin ...

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Transcranial magnetic stimulation-evoked EEG/cortical potentials in physiological and pathological aging.

Transcranial magnetic stimulation-evoked EEG/cortical potentials in physiological and pathological aging.

... involved in neurodegenerative diseases affecting cognitive functions, such as Alzheimer’s ...by normal aging, we detected a clear-cut impairment of frontal cortex excit- ability in patients ...

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Retrieval induced forgetting in normal aging

Retrieval induced forgetting in normal aging

... cognitive; and (3) inhibition versus ...operating in various cognitive domains. In that context, Dempster and Corkill (1999a, 1999b) have suggested making a distinction between perceptual, ...

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