A modified questionnaire (IQCODE) for evaluating cognitive function
(memory and intelligence) (Jorm, 2003), with items on vision and hearing omitted and asking only for the present level of ability (not change), was also included in the questionnaire.
Vascular disease and cognitive function
in older men in the Caerphilly Cohort.
The higher the migraine burden and the higher the disability, the lower the cognitive functions
were, but that relationship was not significant when [we looked] at monthly migraine frequency.
Researchers measured cognitive function
before and after the study period.
Of the more than 5,000 community-dwelling adults in the study, 950 underwent a battery of cognitive function
tests in 1997-1999 and had blood specimens drawn; they were the focus of the new analysis.
The volunteers also participated in several tests of memory and other types of cognitive function
, such as paying attention to one stimulus while ignoring another.
Recent data suggest that cognitive function
can decline progressively in older lead workers in relation to cumulative past occupational exposure to lead (Stewart et al.
Relation of neuroleptic and anticholinergic medication to cognitive functions
This unique clinical profile may explain the reduction in side effects observed in animals and may contribute to improving cognitive function
Current literature suggests that mild traumatic brain injuries cause changes in brain tissues and have important long-term consequences on cognitive function
Tests of cognitive function
, including attention, memory, language, and reasoning skills, were administered at the beginning and end of the study.
City of Industry, CA, the distributors of Magtein magneslum L-threonate, has been awarded two patents for magnesium compositions and uses for cognitive function
(Patent 8,178,118) and neurological disorders (Patent No.