Experts and Doctors on cognition in Germany

Summary

Locale: Germany
Topic: cognition

Top Publications

  1. Dagtekin O, Gerbershagen H, Wagner W, Petzke F, Radbruch L, Sabatowski R. Assessing cognitive and psychomotor performance under long-term treatment with transdermal buprenorphine in chronic noncancer pain patients. Anesth Analg. 2007;105:1442-8, table of contents pubmed
    ..Long-term use of transdermal buprenorphine for chronic noncancer pain does not impair driving ability, but because of the individual variability of test results, an individual assessment is recommended. ..
  2. Fritzsche A, Watz H, Magnussen H, Tuinmann G, Löwe B, von Leupoldt A. Cognitive biases in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and depression--a pilot study. Br J Health Psychol. 2013;18:827-43 pubmed publisher
    ..Future studies are required to examine whether these biases represent a vulnerability factor for the development of depression in patients with COPD. ..
  3. Dayan E, Sella I, Mukovskiy A, Douek Y, Giese M, Malach R, et al. The Default Mode Network Differentiates Biological From Non-Biological Motion. Cereb Cortex. 2016;26:234-245 pubmed publisher
    ..These findings are the first to implicate the DMN in the perception of biological motion. They may reflect the type of information used by the DMN in social-cognitive processing. ..
  4. Schneider S, Vogt T, Frysch J, Guardiera P, Strüder H. School sport--a neurophysiological approach. Neurosci Lett. 2009;467:131-4 pubmed publisher
    ..Moreover a previously reported increase in academic achievement post-exercise could be directly linked to exercise induced neuroplasticity in regions that are relevant for language processing. ..
  5. Lux V, Kendler K. Deconstructing major depression: a validation study of the DSM-IV symptomatic criteria. Psychol Med. 2010;40:1679-90 pubmed publisher
    ..Detailed psychometric evaluation of DSM-IV criteria is overdue. ..
  6. Kaspar K. A weighty matter: heaviness influences the evaluation of disease severity, drug effectiveness, and side effects. PLoS ONE. 2013;8:e78307 pubmed publisher
    ..The results are in line with the idea of embodied metaphors and reveal important boundary conditions which contribute to a better understanding of the underlying mechanisms. ..
  7. Schneider D, Regenbogen C, Kellermann T, Finkelmeyer A, Kohn N, Derntl B, et al. Empathic behavioral and physiological responses to dynamic stimuli in depression. Psychiatry Res. 2012;200:294-305 pubmed publisher
    ..Our findings support the dissociation of autonomic and subjective emotional responses which may account for interpersonal as well as emotional deficits in depression. ..
  8. Forkmann T, Meessen J, Teismann T, Sütterlin S, Gauggel S, Mainz V. Resting vagal tone is negatively associated with suicide ideation. J Affect Disord. 2016;194:30-2 pubmed publisher
    ..It may act already early in the suicidal process, before suicidal behavior develops and should be further investigated as potentially clinically important physiological predictor of suicidality. ..
  9. Arshad Q, Nigmatullina Y, Nigmatullin R, Asavarut P, Goga U, Khan S, et al. Bidirectional Modulation of Numerical Magnitude. Cereb Cortex. 2016;26:2311-2324 pubmed publisher
    ..That is, numerical allocation is continually updated in a contextual manner based upon relative magnitude, with the right hemisphere responsible for smaller magnitudes and the left hemisphere for larger magnitudes. ..

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Publications199 found, 100 shown here

  1. Kircher T, Markov V, Krug A, Eggermann T, Zerres K, Nöthen M, et al. Association of the DTNBP1 genotype with cognition and personality traits in healthy subjects. Psychol Med. 2009;39:1657-65 pubmed publisher
    ..The results indicate that genetic variation of the DTNBP1 genotype might exert gene-specific modulating effects on schizophrenia endophenotypes at the population level. ..
  2. Daum M, Prinz W, Aschersleben G. Perception and production of object-related grasping in 6-month-olds. J Exp Child Psychol. 2011;108:810-8 pubmed publisher
    ..In contrast, infants who showed only palmar grasps looked equally long toward both final states. This finding supports the assumption that action perception and action control are already closely related in infants as young as 6 months. ..
  3. Scherbaum S, Dshemuchadse M, Ruge H, Goschke T. Dynamic goal states: adjusting cognitive control without conflict monitoring. Neuroimage. 2012;63:126-36 pubmed publisher
    ..Together, our simulation data propose an alternative interpretation of both behavioral data as well as imaging data that have previously been interpreted in favor of a specialized conflict monitoring process in the ACC. ..
  4. Patro K, Fischer U, Nuerk H, Cress U. How to rapidly construct a spatial-numerical representation in preliterate children (at least temporarily). Dev Sci. 2016;19:126-44 pubmed publisher
    ..We argue that simple activities, such as manual games, dominant in a given society, might shape number-space associations in children in a way similar to lifelong reading training. ..
  5. Cipora K, Hohol M, Nuerk H, Willmes K, Brożek B, Kucharzyk B, et al. Professional mathematicians differ from controls in their spatial-numerical associations. Psychol Res. 2016;80:710-26 pubmed publisher
    ..We argue that this comparison with professional mathematicians also tells us about the nature of spatial-numerical associations in persons with much less mathematical expertise or knowledge. ..
  6. Schneider K, Frings C, Meyer J, Schote A. The role of the glucocorticoid receptor gene (NR3C1) for the processing of aversive stimuli. Neurosci Res. 2016;107:8-13 pubmed publisher
    ..We conclude that properties of the glucocorticoid receptor contribute to the processing of emotional stimuli and influence the intensity of their processing even in the absence of acute stressors. ..
  7. Kroker K, Rast G, Rosenbrock H. Differential effects of subtype-specific nicotinic acetylcholine receptor agonists on early and late hippocampal LTP. Eur J Pharmacol. 2011;671:26-32 pubmed publisher
    ..Therefore, based on these findings ?7 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor (partial) agonists appear to exhibit stronger efficacy on memory improvement than ?4?2 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor agonists. ..
  8. O Dwyer L, Lamberton F, Matura S, Scheibe M, Miller J, Rujescu D, et al. White matter differences between healthy young ApoE4 carriers and non-carriers identified with tractography and support vector machines. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e36024 pubmed publisher
  9. Menninghaus W, Bohrn I, Knoop C, Kotz S, Schlotz W, Jacobs A. Rhetorical features facilitate prosodic processing while handicapping ease of semantic comprehension. Cognition. 2015;143:48-60 pubmed publisher
  10. Rosenbaum D, Hagen K, Deppermann S, Kroczek A, Haeussinger F, Heinzel S, et al. State-dependent altered connectivity in late-life depression: a functional near-infrared spectroscopy study. Neurobiol Aging. 2016;39:57-68 pubmed publisher
    ..Higher FC at rest may be an indicator of self-referential processes such as rumination that may reduce FC during task performance due to an overtaxed executive control system. ..
  11. Wykowska A, Chaminade T, Cheng G. Embodied artificial agents for understanding human social cognition. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci. 2016;371: pubmed publisher
    ..Increasing the understanding of how behavioural and neural mechanisms of social cognition respond to artificial anthropomorphic agents provides empirical answers to the conundrum 'What is a social agent?' ..
  12. BINDER E, Hagelweide K, Wang L, Kornysheva K, Grefkes C, Fink G, et al. Sensory-guided motor tasks benefit from mental training based on serial prediction. Neuropsychologia. 2014;54:18-27 pubmed publisher
    ..In summary, the data suggest that mental training based on the serial prediction task effectively engages sensorimotor circuits and thereby improves motor behaviour. ..
  13. Moeller K, Shaki S, Göbel S, Nuerk H. Language influences number processing--a quadrilingual study. Cognition. 2015;136:150-5 pubmed publisher
    ..A within-group comparison indicated that this effect was not due to differences in education. Thus, basic cultural differences in numerical cognition were driven by natural language variables and their specific combination. ..
  14. Rammes G, Starker L, Haseneder R, Berkmann J, Plack A, Zieglgänsberger W, et al. Isoflurane anaesthesia reversibly improves cognitive function and long-term potentiation (LTP) via an up-regulation in NMDA receptor 2B subunit expression. Neuropharmacology. 2009;56:626-36 pubmed publisher
    ..The present data suggests that isoflurane anaesthesia induces a hippocampus-specific elevation of NR2B subunit composition, enhances LTP in CA1 neurones, and produces hippocampal-dependent cognitive improvement. ..
  15. Hamacher D, Hamacher D, Törpel A, Krowicki M, Herold F, Schega L. The reliability of local dynamic stability in walking while texting and performing an arithmetical problem. Gait Posture. 2016;44:200-3 pubmed publisher
    ..Local dynamic stability derived from kinematic data of walking while cell phone texting can be reliably collected and, in turn, be used as an outcome measure in clinical trials with repeated measures design. ..
  16. Boecker M, Gauggel S, Drueke B. Stop or stop-change--does it make any difference for the inhibition process?. Int J Psychophysiol. 2013;87:234-43 pubmed publisher
    ..Moreover, the question is raised whether the same or different inhibition process(es) are involved in stop-signal- and stop-change inhibition. ..
  17. Ragni M, Franzmeier I, Maier S, Knauff M. Uncertain relational reasoning in the parietal cortex. Brain Cogn. 2016;104:72-81 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results suggest that different mechanisms are involved when people reason spatially and evaluate different kinds of uncertain conclusions. ..
  18. Pfaff H, Neumann M, Kuch C, Hammer A, Janssen C, Brinkmann A, et al. [The basic principles of leadership]. Z Evid Fortbild Qual Gesundhwes. 2009;103:187-92 pubmed
    ..There is a tendency in leadership research to integrate the three central aspects of leadership--person, situation and cognition--into a single framework. ..
  19. Wessel J, Ullsperger M, Obrig H, Villringer A, Quinque E, Schroeter M, et al. Neural synchrony indexes impaired motor slowing after errors and novelty following white matter damage. Neurobiol Aging. 2016;38:205-213 pubmed publisher
    ..The results demonstrate that behavioral change after errors and novelty result from coordinated neural activity across a frontostriatal brain network and that such cognitive control is impaired by reduced white matter integrity. ..
  20. Martínez Martínez I, Sánchez Burillo E. Quantum stochastic walks on networks for decision-making. Sci Rep. 2016;6:23812 pubmed publisher
    ..Implementing quantum coherence on classical networks may be a door to better integrate human-like reasoning biases in stochastic models for decision-making. ..
  21. Wild B, Rodden F, Rapp A, Erb M, Grodd W, Ruch W. Humor and smiling: cortical regions selective for cognitive, affective, and volitional components. Neurology. 2006;66:887-93 pubmed
    ..The right orbitofrontal decrease reconciles inconsistencies between clinical and functional imaging findings and may reflect a disinhibition of facial emotional expression. ..
  22. van der Wurff I, von Schacky C, Berge K, Zeegers M, Kirschner P, de Groot R. Association between Blood Omega-3 Index and Cognition in Typically Developing Dutch Adolescents. Nutrients. 2016;8: pubmed publisher
    ..136 and p = 0.039), and the number of errors of omission on the D2 (β = -0.053 and p = 0.007). This is a possible indication for a higher information processing speed and less impulsivity in those with a higher Omega-3 Index. ..
  23. Sadaghiani S, Ng B, Altmann A, Poline J, Banaschewski T, Bokde A, et al. Overdominant Effect of a CHRNA4 Polymorphism on Cingulo-Opercular Network Activity and Cognitive Control. J Neurosci. 2017;37:9657-9666 pubmed publisher
    ..This gene-brain-behavior relationship informs about the biological basis of interindividual differences in cognitive control. ..
  24. Reuter M, Esslinger C, Montag C, Lis S, Gallhofer B, Kirsch P. A functional variant of the tryptophan hydroxylase 2 gene impacts working memory: a genetic imaging study. Biol Psychol. 2008;79:111-7 pubmed publisher
    ..Present findings in congruence with previous findings support the hypothesis that TT carriers compensate deficits in executive control functions by increased brain activity. ..
  25. Brandewiede J, Schachner M, Morellini F. Ethological analysis of the senescence-accelerated P/8 mouse. Behav Brain Res. 2005;158:109-21 pubmed
    ..Finally, we question whether P/8 mice could be a model of some forms of neuropsychiatric disorders resulting from developmental abnormalities rather than aging. ..
  26. Strobel A, Dreisbach G, Muller J, Goschke T, Brocke B, Lesch K. Genetic variation of serotonin function and cognitive control. J Cogn Neurosci. 2007;19:1923-31 pubmed
  27. Ansorge U, Kiefer M, Khalid S, Grassl S, Konig P. Testing the theory of embodied cognition with subliminal words. Cognition. 2010;116:303-20 pubmed publisher
    ..We conclude that the ECT is supported by our findings and discuss implications of our results for embodied theories of semantic word processing and masked priming experiments. ..
  28. Wasner M, Nuerk H, Martignon L, Roesch S, Moeller K. Finger gnosis predicts a unique but small part of variance in initial arithmetic performance. J Exp Child Psychol. 2016;146:1-16 pubmed publisher
    ..However, the only small part of variance explained by finger gnosis seems to limit its relevance for diagnostic purposes. ..
  29. Schmelz M, Call J, Tomasello M. Chimpanzees know that others make inferences. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2011;108:3077-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Chimpanzees can determine the inferences that a conspecific is likely to make and then adjust their competitive strategies accordingly. ..
  30. Brockmeyer T, Walther S, Ingenerf K, Wild B, Hartmann M, Weisbrod M, et al. Brain effects of computer-assisted cognitive remediation therapy in anorexia nervosa: A pilot fMRI study. Psychiatry Res Neuroimaging. 2016;249:52-6 pubmed publisher
    ..These pilot findings provide viable pathways for future research on brain changes underlying CRT in AN. ..
  31. Matura S, Prvulovic D, Hartmann D, Scheibe M, Sepanski B, Butz M, et al. Age-Related Effects of the Apolipoprotein E Gene on Brain Function. J Alzheimers Dis. 2016;52:317-31 pubmed publisher
    ..Furthermore, recruitment of neuronal resources resulted in enhanced memory performance in young ?4 carriers, pointing to a better neurofunctional capacity associated with the ApoE4 genotype in young age. ..
  32. Ehlis A, Bauernschmitt K, Dresler T, Hahn T, Herrmann M, Röser C, et al. Influence of a genetic variant of the neuronal growth associated protein Stathmin 1 on cognitive and affective control processes: an event-related potential study. Am J Med Genet B Neuropsychiatr Genet. 2011;156B:291-302 pubmed publisher
  33. Woods A, Antal A, Bikson M, Boggio P, Brunoni A, Celnik P, et al. A technical guide to tDCS, and related non-invasive brain stimulation tools. Clin Neurophysiol. 2016;127:1031-1048 pubmed publisher
  34. Zeuner K, Knutzen A, Granert O, Sablowsky S, Götz J, Wolff S, et al. Altered brain activation in a reversal learning task unmasks adaptive changes in cognitive control in writer's cramp. Neuroimage Clin. 2016;10:63-70 pubmed publisher
    ..This finding suggests disturbed integration of reinforcement history in decision making and implicate that the reward system might contribute to the pathogenesis in writer's cramp. ..
  35. Verschoor S, Paulus M, Spapé M, Biro S, Hommel B. The developing cognitive substrate of sequential action control in 9- to 12-month-olds: evidence for concurrent activation models. Cognition. 2015;138:64-78 pubmed publisher
    ..Furthermore, the inhibitory mechanisms ensuring ordered performance develop between 9 and 12 months of age, and are best captured by concurrent models. ..
  36. Hildebrandt A, Wilhelm O, Schmiedek F, Herzmann G, Sommer W. On the specificity of face cognition compared with general cognitive functioning across adult age. Psychol Aging. 2011;26:701-15 pubmed publisher
    ..We discuss implications for models of cognitive aging and suggest that it is necessary to include more explicitly special social abilities in those models. ..
  37. Karim A, Hinterberger T, Richter J, Mellinger J, Neumann N, Flor H, et al. Neural internet: Web surfing with brain potentials for the completely paralyzed. Neurorehabil Neural Repair. 2006;20:508-15 pubmed
    ..The functioning of Neural Internet and its clinical implications for motor-impaired patients are highlighted. ..
  38. Heinrich H, Gevensleben H, Strehl U. Annotation: neurofeedback - train your brain to train behaviour. J Child Psychol Psychiatry. 2007;48:3-16 pubmed
    ..Further, controlled studies are necessary to establish clinical efficacy and effectiveness and to learn more about the mechanisms underlying successful training. ..
  39. Jungwirth B, Eckel B, Blobner M, Kellermann K, Kochs E, Mackensen G. The impact of cardiopulmonary bypass on systemic interleukin-6 release, cerebral nuclear factor-kappa B expression, and neurocognitive outcome in rats. Anesth Analg. 2010;110:312-20 pubmed publisher
    ..This suggests that other factors beyond CPB and inflammatory responses might contribute to adverse neurocognitive outcomes after cardiac surgery. ..
  40. Oliveira A, Bading H. Calcium signaling in cognition and aging-dependent cognitive decline. Biofactors. 2011;37:168-74 pubmed publisher
    ..We further describe evidence for dysregulation of the activity of these factors during aging. ..
  41. Pyka M, Hahn T, Heider D, Krug A, Sommer J, Kircher T, et al. Baseline activity predicts working memory load of preceding task condition. Hum Brain Mapp. 2013;34:3010-22 pubmed publisher
    ..The results suggest that the influence of a cognitive task on subsequent baseline is strong and specific for some areas but not restricted to areas of the so-called default mode network. ..
  42. Lewer M, Nasrawi N, Schroeder D, Vocks S. Body image disturbance in binge eating disorder: a comparison of obese patients with and without binge eating disorder regarding the cognitive, behavioral and perceptual component of body image. Eat Weight Disord. 2016;21:115-25 pubmed publisher
    ..These results support the assumption that body image disturbance is a relevant factor in BED, similar to other eating disorders. ..
  43. Schwarzer R, Luszczynska A, Ziegelmann J, Scholz U, Lippke S. Social-cognitive predictors of physical exercise adherence: three longitudinal studies in rehabilitation. Health Psychol. 2008;27:S54-63 pubmed publisher
    ..Although health risk perception appeared to be a negligible factor, action planning and recovery self-efficacy were effective predictors of physical exercise adherence. ..
  44. Heyl V, Wahl H. Managing daily life with age-related sensory loss: cognitive resources gain in importance. Psychol Aging. 2012;27:510-21 pubmed publisher
    ..When medical condition was controlled for, these effects persisted. It is concluded that both cognitive training as well as psychosocial support may serve as important additions to classic vision and hearing loss rehabilitation. ..
  45. Abraham A, Pieritz K, Thybusch K, Rutter B, Kröger S, Schweckendiek J, et al. Creativity and the brain: uncovering the neural signature of conceptual expansion. Neuropsychologia. 2012;50:1906-17 pubmed publisher
    ..This study represents a new direction in the investigation of creativity in that it highlights the necessity to adopt a process based perspective in which the multifaceted nature of creativity can be truly grasped. ..
  46. Beurskens R, Steinberg F, Antoniewicz F, Wolff W, Granacher U. Neural Correlates of Dual-Task Walking: Effects of Cognitive versus Motor Interference in Young Adults. Neural Plast. 2016;2016:8032180 pubmed publisher
    ..This finding is in line with established cognitive theories arguing that dual-task situations overstrain cognitive capabilities resulting in motor performance decrements. ..
  47. Haase C, Becka M, Kuhlmann J, Wensing G. Influences of caffeine, acetazolamide and cognitive stimulation on cerebral blood flow velocities. Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry. 2005;29:549-56 pubmed
    ..However intraindividual variability and effects of neuropsychological stimulation needs to be taken into account. ..
  48. Church M, Maurer M, Simons F, Bindslev Jensen C, Van Cauwenberge P, Bousquet J, et al. Risk of first-generation H(1)-antihistamines: a GA(2)LEN position paper. Allergy. 2010;65:459-66 pubmed publisher
  49. Crönlein T, Langguth B, Pregler M, Kreuzer P, Wetter T, Schecklmann M. Insomnia in patients with chronic tinnitus: Cognitive and emotional distress as moderator variables. J Psychosom Res. 2016;83:65-8 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results suggest that chronic tinnitus patients have more sleeping difficulties and associated worries about sleep or negative emotions in contrast to healthy controls. Tinnitus-related distress is related to insomnia. ..
  50. Rapp A, Leube D, Erb M, Grodd W, Kircher T. Neural correlates of metaphor processing. Brain Res Cogn Brain Res. 2004;20:395-402 pubmed
    ..Previous results of a right hemispheric involvement in metaphor processing might reflect understanding of complex sentences. ..
  51. Dichgans M. Cognition in CADASIL. Stroke. 2009;40:S45-7 pubmed publisher
    ..This article highlights some of the advances on cognition in CADASIL. ..
  52. Oertel H, Schneider H, Stalla G, Holsboer F, Zihl J. The effect of growth hormone substitution on cognitive performance in adult patients with hypopituitarism. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 2004;29:839-50 pubmed
    ..Our study does not support a role for GH in influencing verbal memory or non-verbal intelligence. ..
  53. Radde R, Bolmont T, Kaeser S, Coomaraswamy J, Lindau D, Stoltze L, et al. Abeta42-driven cerebral amyloidosis in transgenic mice reveals early and robust pathology. EMBO Rep. 2006;7:940-6 pubmed
  54. Dresler T, Lürding R, Paelecke Habermann Y, Gaul C, Henkel K, Lindwurm Späth A, et al. Cluster headache and neuropsychological functioning. Cephalalgia. 2012;32:813-21 pubmed publisher
    ..Because the decreased performance was also present outside the attacks it may hint at generally altered brain functions, but do not necessarily reflect clinically relevant behaviour. ..
  55. Peinemann A, Schuller S, Pohl C, Jahn T, Weindl A, Kassubek J. Executive dysfunction in early stages of Huntington's disease is associated with striatal and insular atrophy: a neuropsychological and voxel-based morphometric study. J Neurol Sci. 2005;239:11-9 pubmed
    ..e., the insular lobe, seem to be involved in executive dysfunction as assessed by neuropsychological tests requiring for planning and problem solving, stimulus response selectivity and concept formation. ..
  56. Rahmann A, Stodieck S, Husstedt I, Evers S. Pre-attentive cognitive processing in epilepsy. A pilot study on the impact of epilepsy type and anti-epileptic treatment. Eur Neurol. 2002;48:146-52 pubmed
    ..001). Our data suggest that polytherapy, but not monotherapy or the subtype of epilepsy, might have a slowing impact on pre-attentive cognitive processing. ..
  57. Artegiani B, Calegari F. Age-related cognitive decline: can neural stem cells help us?. Aging (Albany NY). 2012;4:176-86 pubmed
    ..Particular attention will be given to those manipulations that increase neurogenesis in the aged brain as a potential avenue towards therapy. ..
  58. Rothermundt M, Ahn J, Jörgens S. S100B in schizophrenia: an update. Gen Physiol Biophys. 2009;28 Spec No Focus:F76-81 pubmed
    ..These findings suggest that the activation of astrocytes might be an important pathogenic factor for the development of schizophrenia. ..
  59. Roeper J. Dissecting the diversity of midbrain dopamine neurons. Trends Neurosci. 2013;36:336-42 pubmed publisher
  60. Guhra M, Thomas C, Boedeker S, Kreisel S, Driessen M, Beblo T, et al. Linking CSF and cognition in Alzheimer's disease: Reanalysis of clinical data. Exp Gerontol. 2016;73:107-13 pubmed publisher
    ..In addition, we revealed a specific combination of neuropsychological tests that may facilitate reliable estimations of CSF concentrations, thereby providing important diagnostic information for non-invasive early AD detection. ..
  61. Dodel R, Neff F, Noelker C, Pul R, Du Y, Bacher M, et al. Intravenous immunoglobulins as a treatment for Alzheimer's disease: rationale and current evidence. Drugs. 2010;70:513-28 pubmed publisher
    ..In this article, we review the current knowledge and scientific rationale for using IVIG in patients with AD and other neurodegenerative disorders. ..
  62. Vogt T, Schneider S, Abeln V, Anneken V, Strüder H. Exercise, mood and cognitive performance in intellectual disability - a neurophysiological approach. Behav Brain Res. 2012;226:473-80 pubmed publisher
    ..With respect to the data provided here there is reason to believe, that a self-selected pace running exercise, enhances self-esteem, coincided with cortical activity changes in fronto-temporal brain areas. ..
  63. Hesse R, Lausser L, Gummert P, Schmid F, Wahler A, Schnack C, et al. Reduced cGMP levels in CSF of AD patients correlate with severity of dementia and current depression. Alzheimers Res Ther. 2017;9:17 pubmed publisher
    ..These results provide further evidence for an involvement of cGMP in AD pathogenesis and accompanying co-morbidities, and may contribute to elucidating synaptic plasticity alterations during disease progression. ..
  64. Kołodziejczak M, Navarese E. Role of PCSK9 antibodies in cardiovascular disease: Critical considerations of mortality and neurocognitive findings from the current literature. Atherosclerosis. 2016;247:189-92 pubmed publisher
    ..A critical overview of current evidence on neurocognitive outcomes as well as the meta-analytical approach with open-label extension trials evaluating PCSK9 monoclonal antibodies is needed to avoid potential controversy. ..
  65. Wersching H, Guske K, Hasenkamp S, Hagedorn C, Schiwek S, Jansen S, et al. Impact of common KIBRA allele on human cognitive functions. Neuropsychopharmacology. 2011;36:1296-304 pubmed publisher
    ..500, p=0.0072 and 0.029 after Bonferroni correction). The effect of KIBRA on cognitive function seems to be complex and modified by gender and arterial hypertension. ..
  66. Schumann R, Adamaszek M, Sommer N, Kirkby K. Stress, depression and antidepressant treatment options in patients suffering from multiple sclerosis. Curr Pharm Des. 2012;18:5837-45 pubmed
    ..Exercise, as a form of positive stress (eustress), also has a role in therapy. ..
  67. Frey R, Mata R, Hertwig R. The role of cognitive abilities in decisions from experience: Age differences emerge as a function of choice set size. Cognition. 2015;142:60-80 pubmed publisher
    ..We discuss implications for research on decisions from experience and choice performance over the lifespan. ..
  68. Gentsch A, Weber A, Synofzik M, Vosgerau G, Schütz Bosbach S. Towards a common framework of grounded action cognition: Relating motor control, perception and cognition. Cognition. 2016;146:81-9 pubmed publisher
  69. Brecht M, Preilowski B, Merzenich M. Functional architecture of the mystacial vibrissae. Behav Brain Res. 1997;84:81-97 pubmed
    ..This distance detector model is functionally very different from traditional concepts of whisker function, in which the mystacial whiskers were hypothesized to form a fine grain skin-like object-recognizing tactile surface...
  70. Yu T, Lang S, Vogel D, Markl A, Müller F, Kotchoubey B. Patients with unresponsive wakefulness syndrome respond to the pain cries of other people. Neurology. 2013;80:345-52 pubmed publisher
    ..The aim of this study was to assess residual affective consciousness in a specific network of brain structures, the so-called pain matrix (PM) of the brain...
  71. Mittelbronn M, Schittenhelm J, Lemke D, Ritz R, Nagele T, Weller M, et al. Low grade ganglioglioma rapidly progressing to a WHO grade IV tumor showing malignant transformation in both astroglial and neuronal cell components. Neuropathology. 2007;27:463-7 pubmed
  72. Klein E, Suchan J, Moeller K, Karnath H, Knops A, Wood G, et al. Considering structural connectivity in the triple code model of numerical cognition: differential connectivity for magnitude processing and arithmetic facts. Brain Struct Funct. 2016;221:979-95 pubmed publisher
    ..The resulting amendments to the TCM are summarized in a schematic update, and ideas concerning the possible functional interplay between number magnitude processing and arithmetic fact retrieval are discussed. ..
  73. Mueller J, Riemenschneider M, Schoepfer Wendels A, Gohlke H, Konta L, Friedrich P, et al. Weak independent association signals between IDE polymorphisms, Alzheimer's disease and cognitive measures. Neurobiol Aging. 2007;28:727-34 pubmed
    ..A subgroup analysis indicated more prominent associations with AD in younger, and with MMSE in older patients. There may be two independent effects mediated by IDE variants, risk for AD and modification of disease progression. ..
  74. Diener C, Kuehner C, Brusniak W, Ubl B, Wessa M, Flor H. A meta-analysis of neurofunctional imaging studies of emotion and cognition in major depression. Neuroimage. 2012;61:677-85 pubmed publisher
  75. Arnold C, Gispert S, Bonig H, von Wegner F, Somasundaram S, Kell C. Dopaminergic Modulation of Cognitive Preparation for Overt Reading: Evidence from the Study of Genetic Polymorphisms. Cereb Cortex. 2016;26:1539-1557 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results suggest that dopamine modulates corticobasal interactions on both the cortical and subcortical level but differently depending on the specific cognitive subprocesses involved. ..
  76. Herbert B, Herbert C, Pollatos O. On the relationship between interoceptive awareness and alexithymia: is interoceptive awareness related to emotional awareness?. J Pers. 2011;79:1149-75 pubmed publisher
    ..This large sample investigation in a nonclinical population indicates that IA represents a relevant negative predictor for alexithymia. ..
  77. Daniel R, Pollmann S. Comparing the neural basis of monetary reward and cognitive feedback during information-integration category learning. J Neurosci. 2010;30:47-55 pubmed publisher
  78. Pfister R, WIRTH R, Schwarz K, Steinhauser M, Kunde W. Burdens of non-conformity: Motor execution reveals cognitive conflict during deliberate rule violations. Cognition. 2016;147:93-9 pubmed publisher
    ..These observations open a new theoretical perspective on rule violation behavior, shifting the focus toward the cognitive processes operating during the very act of rule violation. ..
  79. Voderholzer U, Piosczyk H, Holz J, Landmann N, Feige B, Loessl B, et al. Sleep restriction over several days does not affect long-term recall of declarative and procedural memories in adolescents. Sleep Med. 2011;12:170-8 pubmed publisher
    ..The results suggest that adolescents show a high resilience of memory consolidation to substantial sleep curtailment across four nights that might be promoted by increased sleep intensity under conditions of sleep restriction. ..
  80. Jais A, Solas M, Backes H, Chaurasia B, Kleinridders A, Theurich S, et al. Myeloid-Cell-Derived VEGF Maintains Brain Glucose Uptake and Limits Cognitive Impairment in Obesity. Cell. 2016;165:882-95 pubmed publisher
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