Worse visual acuity, contrast sensitivity, and stereo acuity impairment are associated with an increased risk for cognitive decline in older, community-dwelling individuals.
High amounts of screen time contribute to adverse cognitive, executive function, and behavior outcomes at ages 6 to 7 years in EPT children.
In this review, study researchers explained how procedural sequence learning and event file binding are 2 cognitive mechanisms underlying habitual behavior in Gilles de la Tourette syndrome.
Study researchers assessed the role of cognitive control processes in tic severity reduction, as well as treatment response to behavioral therapy in youth with Tourette disorder.
Researchers highlighted the importance of a consensus to address inconsistencies in the metrics and definitions used for cognitive impairment assessment in systemic lupus erythematosus.
Reading problems in childhood are associated with poorer memory scores at age 43 years, but not with rate of memory decline.
Study researchers sought to assess the link between Kawasaki disease and patient cognitive profiles or caregiver parenting stress.
Tooth loss is independently associated with a higher risk for cognitive impairment and dementia.
In the US, Black and Hispanic adults are more likely to self-report subjective cognitive decline at a younger age than White adults.