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PKCalpha is genetically linked to memory capacity in healthy subjects and to risk for posttraumatic stress disorder in genocide survivors
Strong memory of a traumatic event is thought to contribute to the development and symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder.
Age-related changes in neural functional connectivity and its behavioral relevance
Background: Resting-state recordings are characterized by widely distributed networks of coherent brain activations. Disturbances of the default network - a set of regions that are deactivated by cognitive tasks and activated ...
Changes in cortical slow wave activity in healthy aging
Enhanced slow wave activity has been found in stroke patients, schizophrenia, depression, Alzheimer´s disease and post-traumatic stress disorder, but the relationship between slow wave activity and healthy aging is as yet ...
Does tinnitus distress depend on age of onset?
Objectives: Tinnitus is the perception of a sound in the absence of any physical source of it. About 5 - 15% of the population report hearing such a tinnitus and about 1 - 2% suffer from their tinnitus leading to anxiety, ...
Improvement of cognitive function after physical movement training in institutionalized very frail older adults with dementia
It is known that physical exercise improves cognitive functioning in older adults who can still walk (if necessary, with assistance). We investigated whether a physical fitness program conducted while sitting has similar ...