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Psychobiological and psychosocial effects of childhood maltreatment on women during transition into motherhood and their newborns
(Universität Ulm, 2017-07-28)
Transition into motherhood is a special time in the life of a woman, which is accompanied by joy but also by significant changes in (daily) life, adaption to the role as a mother, and is related to increased vulnerability ...
Challenging dementia : cognitive and neural plasticity in early diagnosis and intervention
(Universität Ulm, 2018-05-11)
Due to demographic change, the number of patients with dementia continues to increase. Early diagnosis and early treatment or prevention of dementia still present challenges to research and society. Furthermore, underlying ...
Healthy cognitive aging through cognitive training, physical exercise, and leisure activities : from theory to new interventions
(Universität Ulm, 2018-07)
Neurocognitive health is becoming increasingly important in our aging population. Worldwide, around 47 million people are living with dementia and the number is expected to increase to 131.5 million by 2050. Engagement in ...
Psychoneuroimmunological alterations associated with psychological stress across the lifespan
(Universität Ulm, 2017)
Tracing intergenerational consequences of early life stress: Psychobiological correlates of childhood maltreatment in mothers and their newborns
(Universität Ulm, 2018)
Diagnosis and prognosis of disorders of consciousness : Classification and prognostication of clinical outcome of patients after traumatic and non-traumatic brain injuries
(Universität Ulm, 2019-02-08)
The improved medical care for craniocerebral injuries caused by traumatic or non-traumatic events leads to a constantly increasing number of patients who remain in a changed state of consciousness after intensive medical ...