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cognitive domain


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cognitive domain

Frames, Idealized Cognitive Models, and Domains

Scaling Cognitive Domains of the Montreal Cognitive Assessment: An Analysis Using the Partial Credit Model

What does cognitive failure questionnaire measure? General cognitive failure or specific domain deficits?

Parsing cognitive dysmetria in schizophrenia: general and domain-specific components of cognitive inefficiency

Integration across Multiple Cognitive and Motivational Domains in Monkey Prefrontal Cognitivea

Cognitive Domains and Trajectories of Functional Independence in Nondemented Elderly Persons

Which Cognitive Domains are Improved by Treatment with Vortioxetine?

NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL DOMAINS: OTHERC-16Differences in Cognitive Functioning in Adults with Reading and Math Disorders

Cognitive Domains and Health-Related Quality of Life in Alzheimer’s Disease

SP589COGNITIVE FUNCTION TESTED BY MULTI-DOMAIN ASSESSMENT IS REDUCED DURING HAEMODIALYSIS

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN VERBAL LEARNING AND DOMAINS OF COGNITIVE FUNCTIONING IN OLDER ADULTS

SHORT SLEEP AFFECTS ALL DOMAINS OF FRAILTY, EXCEPT COGNITIVE FRAILTY–THE DOETINCHEM COHORT STUDY

DECLINES IN MULTIPLE COGNITIVE DOMAINS AFTER HOSPITALIZATION IN COMMUNITY-DWELLING OLDER ADULTS

Symptom Domains and Neurocognitive Functioning Can Help Differentiate Social Cognitive Processes in Schizophrenia: A Meta-Analysis

The new NOVELTY dimension: Method artifact or basic dimension in the cognitive structure of the emotion domain?1

Association Between Renal Function and Cognitive Ability Domains in the Einstein Aging Study: A Cross-Sectional Analysis

Physical and Cognitive Domains of the Instrumental Activities of Daily Living: Validation in a Multiethnic Population of Asian Older Adults

Alcohol Consumption and Domain-Specific Cognitive Function in Older Adults: Longitudinal Data From the Johns Hopkins Precursors Study

 

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In the taxonomy of educational theory, this is the set of intellectual processes responsible for assembling and recalling facts, arranging them in logical order, and deriving a rational conclusion from their synthesis and analysis.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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