Cognitive Components of Verbal Fluency in non-demented Older Adults with Cerebrovascular Risk Factors. A two-year follow-up
Authors: Xóchitl Ortiz-Jimenéz, Fernando Góngora-Rivera, Brenda Saldaña-Muñoz
Abstract: To evaluate the semantic and letter verbal fluency performance of older adults with hypertension and/or diabetes (CVR group) and without these risk factors (NR group). ir al artículo
Keywords: Aging, Verbal fluency, Vascular Cognitive Impairment, Hypertension, Diabetes
Author: Antonio Verdejo-García, PhD.
Abstract: Substance addiction is characterized by problems in controlling drug use, significant interference with other meaningful activities, and persistent use despite growing negative consequences. Psychoactive drugs have a strong impact on brain function and related consequences on thinking, emotion and behavior, and hence social and occupational functioning. ir al artículo
Authors: Suárez Isabel, Moreno Torres Mayilín, Casini Laurence
Abstract: There are three purposes to this theoretical review. First, to present the main cognitive models of time perception based on the idea of an internal clock, as a core mechanism for making temporal judgments. ir al artículo
Key words: : Modelo del reloj interno, percepción del tiempo, procesamiento temporal de la información, neurociencias cognitivas, trastorno de atención e hiperactividad.