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Discontinuation Rate of Newly Prescribed Donepezil in Alzheimer’s Disease Patients in Asia

Park KH, Yang Y, Chen C, Shim YS, Dominguez JC, Lee CN, Kang K, Kim HJ, Jeong SK, Jeong JH, Hong Z, Yoon SJ, Zhang ZX, Kim EJ, Jang JW, Li Y, Xu Y, Lin YT, Qu Q, Hu CJ, Chou CH, Fan D, Kandiah N, Yang YH, Lau Ci, Chu LW, Wang H, Jung S, Choi SH, Kim S

Background and Purpose The rate of donepezil discontinuation and the underlying reasons for discontinuation in Asian patients with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) are currently unknown. We aimed to determine the treatment...
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Enhancement of Processing Capabilities of Hippocampus Lobe: A P300 Based Event Related Potential Study

Benet N, Krishna R, Kumar V

Background and Objectives: The influence of music training on different areas of the brain has been extensively researched, but the underlying neurobehavioral mechanisms remain unknown. In the present study, the...
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Regional Differences in Blood-Brain Barrier Permeability in Cognitively Normal Elderly Subjects: A Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced MRI-Based Study

Ha IH, Lim C, Kim Y, Moon Y, Han SH, Moon WJ

Objective: This study aimed to determine whether there are regional differences in the blood-brain barrier (BBB) permeability of cognitively normal elderly participants and to identify factors influencing BBB permeability with...
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Association of Circulating Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor with Cognition among Adult Obese Population

Katuri RB, Gaur GS, Sahoo JP, Bobby Z, Shanmugavel K

Background: Obesity has a strong association with the risk of developing cognitive impairment and dementia at a later age. Brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) and its receptor appear to be important...
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Functional Assessment of Driving Capacity of Older Drivers Compared with Non-older Drivers Using Clinical Evaluations and Driving Simulations

Kim SC, Kong SY, Eom SY, Choe B, Hong SJ

Background: This study used various tools, including a self-assessment questionnaire, the Clinical Assessment of Driver-Related Skills (CADReS), and a driving simulation, to discriminate between older and non-older drivers. Methods: We evaluated...
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Decreased Basal Ganglia Volume in Cerebral Amyloid Angiopathy

Fotiadis P, Pasi M, Charidimou A, Warren AD, Schwab KM, Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative, Rosand J, Grond Jvd, Buchem MAv, Viswanathan A, Gurol ME, Greenberg SM

Background and Purpose Cerebral amyloid angiopathy (CAA) is a common pathology of the leptomeningeal and cortical small vessels associated with hemorrhagic and non-hemorrhagic brain injury. Given previous evidence for CAA-related...
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Effects of smart-care services program for breast cancer survivors

Chung BY, Hong SJ

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of a smart-care services program for breast cancer survivors on cognitive function and physical health. Methods: A quasi-experimental control...
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The Role of Mobility of Cognition and Emotion in Elderly : A Conceptual Review

Kim K

Considering that the aged population increases and the mobility problem is pointed out as a factor that indisposes the quality of life, cognition, and mood, it is important to understand...
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Empathic Tendency and Theory of Mind Skills in Young Individuals with Schizophrenia: Its’ Associations with Self-Reported Schizotypy and Executive Function

Kim SY, Kong W, Koo SJ, Kim H, Park HY, Seo E, Lee E, An SK

Objectives: Social function deficit is known as a core feature of schizophrenia. This study aimed to investigate differences in empathic tendencies and theory of mind (ToM) skills between healthy controls...
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“Reading the Mind in the Eyes Test”: Translated and Korean Versions

Koo SJ, Kim YJ, Han JH, Seo E, Park HY, Bang M, Park JY, Lee E, An SK

Objective The Reading the Mind in the Eyes Test (RMET) was developed by using Caucasian eyes, which may not be appropriate to be used in Korean. The aims of the...
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Developmental toxicity of cadmium in infants and children: a review

Chandravanshi L, Shiv K, Kumar S

Several millions of people are exposed to cadmium worldwide due to natural and anthropogenic activities that led to their widespread distribution in the environment and have shown potential adverse effects...
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Eating Alone and Cognitive Decline in Korean Older Adults: A 3-Year Prospective Study

Noh HM, Han J, Roh YK, Song HJ

Background: Eating alone is a critical factor in nutritional risk screening among older adults. We investigated whether changes in eating status (eating alone or with others) in late-life affected cognitive...
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The Effects of an Integrated Management Program on Physical Function, Cognitive Function, and Depression in Patients with Subacute stroke

Yang GY, Min HS

Purpose : This study examined the effects of an integrated management program on physical function, cognitive function, and depression in patients with subacute stroke. Methods : A nonequivalent control group design...
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Effects of COVID-19 Outbreak on Children’s Mental Health: A Comparative Study with Children Diagnosed and Isolated from Their Parents

Kılınçel , Altun FT, Nuryüz , Tan E, Erzincan E, Kılınçel O, Yazıcı E, Ayaz M

Objective The COVID-19 outbreak has negatively affected children in many ways. This study aimed to compare the psychological responses of children exposed to different levels of stress during the COVID-19...
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Curcumin supplementation shows modulatory influence on functional and morphological features of hippocampus in mice subjected to arsenic trioxide exposure

Mehta K, Kaur B, Pandey KK, Kaler S, Dhar P

Since, oxidative stress has been suggested as one of the mechanisms underlying arsenic-induced toxicity, the present study focused on the role of antioxidant (curcumin) supplementation on behavioral, biochemical, and morphological...
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Perioperative brain health: strategies to prevent perioperative neurocognitive disorders

Hong JM

Cognitive changes in patients after anesthesia and surgery have been recognized for over 100 years. Research on postoperative cognitive changes accelerated in the 1980s and the term postoperative cognitive dysfunction...
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Empathy and Social Attribution Skills Moderate the Relationship between Temporal Lobe Volume and Facial Expression Recognition Ability in Schizophrenia

Jung M, Baik SY, Kim Y, Kim S, Min D, Kim JY, Won S, Lee SH

Objective: While impaired facial expression recognition has been closely associated with reduced temporal lobe volume in patients with schizophrenia, this study aimed at examining whether empathy and social attribution affect...
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Reading the Mind in the Eyes Test: Relationship with Neurocognition and Facial Emotion Recognition in Non-Clinical Youths

Seo E, Koo SJ, Kim YJ, Min JE, Park HY, Bang M, Lee E, An SK

Objective The Reading the Mind in the Eyes Test (RMET) is a common measure of the Theory of Mind. Previous studies found a correlation between RMET performance and neurocognition, especially...
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Differential Impact of Cigarette Smoking on Fracture Risks in Subjective Cognitive Decline and Dementia: A Nationwide Longitudinal Study

Um YH, Wang SM, Han Kd, Kim NY, Kang DW, Na HR, Lee CU, Lim HK

Objective We aimed to explore the differential impact of cigarette smoking on fracture risks in SCD and dementia. Methods A nationwide population-based cohort study design was used. Out of all the...
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Impact of Cognitive Aging on Health-Related Quality of Life in Menopausal Women

Lee KS, Jung MS, Kim M, Cha K, Chung E

Objectives Menopause is a well-known risk factor for accelerating cognitive aging in women. This study aimed to assess differences in cognitive function and health-related quality of life (HRQOL) according to menopausal...
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