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Sex differences in response to cognitive stress during a fatiguing contraction.
Definitions of reflective practice share some characteristics of cognitive stress theory's (Lazarus, 2001) secondary appraisal process in evaluating the availability of coping resources.
In the study that is now being published in the scientific journal SLEEP, sleep researchers Jonathan Cedernaes and Christian Benedict, sought to investigate the role of nocturnal sleep duration for this memory transfer, and how long-term memories formed by sleep remain accessible after acute cognitive stress.
Pediatricians are in an excellent position to inform these educators, as well as the patients themselves and their families, of the symptoms that might develop and the strategies to prevent or minimize cognitive stress during recovery, said Dr.
Students with symptoms that are exacerbated with cognitive stress may need limitations such as a decreased work load, extended testing time, half days off or full days off.

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