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Posted by michaelprerau on June 6, 2022 in Guest Blogger
... rates of treatment refusal/rejection. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia ... people with COMISA (e.g. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for insomnia, ... impair the effectiveness of cognitive and behavioral therapy for ...
Posted by michaelprerau on September 20, 2022 in Guest Blogger
... the neurobiological, health, and cognitive impacts of sleep through ... including their workplace performance, cognitive function, and health and ... host of outcomes, including cognitive function (sustained attention, memory, ...
brief_cri_raw_teacher under Clinical Data/Neurobehavioral Assessment/Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function (BRIEF)/Teacher's Form in PATS variables
Caregivers completed age-appropriate versions of the BRIEF (BRIEF-Preschool Edition for ages 2-4 and age 5 years if in preschool, or the BRIEF 2nd Edition for ages 6-18 and age 5 years in kindergarten, PAR Inc, Lutz, Florida).The BRIEF instrument survey behaviours associated with executive functioning (ability to self-regulate, pay attention and organize in real-world situations) and provide clinically relevant information on a wide range of behaviours. The Cognitive Regulation Index (CRI) reflects the adolescent's ability to control and manage cognitive processes and to problem solve effectively. It is composed of the Initiate (begin a task or activity; independently generate ideas), Working Memory (hold information in mind for the purpose of completing a task; stay with, or stick to, an activity), Plan/Organize (anticipate future events; set goals; develop appropriate steps ahead of time to carry out an associated task or action; carry out tasks in a systematic manner; understand an communicate main ideas or key concepts), Task-Monitor (check work; assess performance during or after finishing a task to ensure attainment of goal), and Organization of Materials (keep work space, play areas and materials in an orderly manner) scales and relates directly to the ability to actively problem solve in a variety of contexts and to complete tasks such as schoolwork. Gioia GA, Isquith PK, Guy SC, Kenworthy L. Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function, 2nd Edition (BRIEF2). Odessa, FL Psychological Assessment ResourcesSearch for all BRIEF variables within this dataset
brief_cri_tscore_teacher under Clinical Data/Neurobehavioral Assessment/Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function (BRIEF)/Teacher's Form in PATS variables
Caregivers completed age-appropriate versions of the BRIEF (BRIEF-Preschool Edition for ages 2-4 and age 5 years if in preschool, or the BRIEF 2nd Edition for ages 6-18 and age 5 years in kindergarten, PAR Inc, Lutz, Florida).The BRIEF instrument survey behaviours associated with executive functioning (ability to self-regulate, pay attention and organize in real-world situations) and provide clinically relevant information on a wide range of behaviours. The Cognitive Regulation Index (CRI) reflects the adolescent's ability to control and manage cognitive processes and to problem solve effectively. It is composed of the Initiate (begin a task or activity; independently generate ideas), Working Memory (hold information in mind for the purpose of completing a task; stay with, or stick to, an activity), Plan/Organize (anticipate future events; set goals; develop appropriate steps ahead of time to carry out an associated task or action; carry out tasks in a systematic manner; understand an communicate main ideas or key concepts), Task-Monitor (check work; assess performance during or after finishing a task to ensure attainment of goal), and Organization of Materials (keep work space, play areas and materials in an orderly manner) scales and relates directly to the ability to actively problem solve in a variety of contexts and to complete tasks such as schoolwork. T scores from 60 to 64 are considered mildly elevated, and T scores from 65 to 69 are considered potentially clinically elevated. T scores at or above 70 are considered clinically elevated. Gioia GA, Isquith PK, Guy SC, Kenworthy L. Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function, 2nd Edition (BRIEF2). Odessa, FL Psychological Assessment ResourcesSearch for all BRIEF variables within this dataset
brief_cri_raw_parent under Clinical Data/Neurobehavioral Assessment/Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function (BRIEF) in PATS variables
Caregivers completed age-appropriate versions of the BRIEF (BRIEF-Preschool Edition for ages 2-4 and age 5 years if in preschool, or the BRIEF 2nd Edition for ages 6-18 and age 5 years in kindergarten, PAR Inc, Lutz, Florida).The BRIEF instrument survey behaviours associated with executive functioning (ability to self-regulate, pay attention and organize in real-world situations) and provide clinically relevant information on a wide range of behaviours. The Cognitive Regulation Index (CRI) reflects the adolescent's ability to control and manage cognitive processes and to problem solve effectively. It is composed of the Initiate (begin a task or activity; independently generate ideas), Working Memory (hold information in mind for the purpose of completing a task; stay with, or stick to, an activity), Plan/Organize (anticipate future events; set goals; develop appropriate steps ahead of time to carry out an associated task or action; carry out tasks in a systematic manner; understand an communicate main ideas or key concepts), Task-Monitor (check work; assess performance during or after finishing a task to ensure attainment of goal), and Organization of Materials (keep work space, play areas and materials in an orderly manner) scales and relates directly to the ability to actively problem solve in a variety of contexts and to complete tasks such as schoolwork. Gioia GA, Isquith PK, Guy SC, Kenworthy L. Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function, 2nd Edition (BRIEF2). Odessa, FL Psychological Assessment ResourcesSearch for all BRIEF variables within this dataset
brief_cri_tscore_parent under Clinical Data/Neurobehavioral Assessment/Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function (BRIEF) in PATS variables
Caregivers completed age-appropriate versions of the BRIEF (BRIEF-Preschool Edition for ages 2-4 and age 5 years if in preschool, or the BRIEF 2nd Edition for ages 6-18 and age 5 years in kindergarten, PAR Inc, Lutz, Florida).The BRIEF instrument survey behaviours associated with executive functioning (ability to self-regulate, pay attention and organize in real-world situations) and provide clinically relevant information on a wide range of behaviours. The Cognitive Regulation Index (CRI) reflects the adolescent's ability to control and manage cognitive processes and to problem solve effectively. It is composed of the Initiate (begin a task or activity; independently generate ideas), Working Memory (hold information in mind for the purpose of completing a task; stay with, or stick to, an activity), Plan/Organize (anticipate future events; set goals; develop appropriate steps ahead of time to carry out an associated task or action; carry out tasks in a systematic manner; understand an communicate main ideas or key concepts), Task-Monitor (check work; assess performance during or after finishing a task to ensure attainment of goal), and Organization of Materials (keep work space, play areas and materials in an orderly manner) scales and relates directly to the ability to actively problem solve in a variety of contexts and to complete tasks such as schoolwork. T scores from 60 to 64 are considered mildly elevated, and T scores from 65 to 69 are considered potentially clinically elevated. T scores at or above 70 are considered clinically elevated. Gioia GA, Isquith PK, Guy SC, Kenworthy L. Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function, 2nd Edition (BRIEF2). Odessa, FL Psychological Assessment ResourcesSearch for all BRIEF variables within this dataset
Honolulu-Asia Aging Study of Sleep Apnea
... relationships between SDB and cognitive performance in late life. ... S. Sleep-disordered breathing and cognitive impairment in elderly Japanese-American ...
Posted by NSRR on February 15, 2022 in News
... epidemiological associations, predicting longitudinal cognitive and brain imaging markers. ... to vascular disease and cognitive outcomes and brain imaging ...
Posted by szhivotovsky on October 5, 2023 in Guest Blogger
... to be markers of cognitive aging. Patterns of concordance ... appear to contribute to cognitive aging and dementia. However, ...
... micro sleep architecture and cognitive performance in older adults. ... and REM sleep to cognitive longevity. Current Sleep Medicine ...
Reply by lzz on May 7, 2024 on Forum
... the id in the cognitive data of the SOF ... id 4 in the cognitive data of the SOF ...
con3a under Clinical Data/Neurocognitive Testing/Conners' Parent Rating Scale (CPRS) in CHAT variables
con3b under Clinical Data/Neurocognitive Testing/Conners' Parent Rating Scale (CPRS) in CHAT variables
con5a_tr under Clinical Data/Neurocognitive Testing/Conners' Teacher Rating Scale (CTRS) in CHAT variables
con5b_tr under Clinical Data/Neurocognitive Testing/Conners' Teacher Rating Scale (CTRS) in CHAT variables
trf_sluggish_tempo_p under Clinical Data/Neurobehavioral Assessment/Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL)/Teacher Report Form (TRF) in PATS variables
The CBCL is a caregiver-completed assessments of child behaviour, used to detect behavioural and emotional problems in children and adolescents. The CBCL/1.5-5 (ASEBA, Burlington, VT) was administered to children 5 years or younger, while the CBCL/6-18 was administered to children 6 years or older. Reference: Achenbach TM, Rescorla LA. Manual for the ASEBA preschool forms & profiles. Burlington, VT University of Vermont, Research Center for Children, Youth & Families; 2000 and Achenbach TM, Rescorla LA. Manual for the ASEBA school-age forms & profiles. Burlington, VT University of Vermont, Research Center for Children, Youth & Families; 2001Search for all CBCL variables within this dataset
trf_sluggish_tempo_s under Clinical Data/Neurobehavioral Assessment/Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL)/Teacher Report Form (TRF) in PATS variables
The CBCL is a caregiver-completed assessments of child behaviour, used to detect behavioural and emotional problems in children and adolescents. The CBCL/1.5-5 (ASEBA, Burlington, VT) was administered to children 5 years or younger, while the CBCL/6-18 was administered to children 6 years or older. Reference: Achenbach TM, Rescorla LA. Manual for the ASEBA preschool forms & profiles. Burlington, VT University of Vermont, Research Center for Children, Youth & Families; 2000 and Achenbach TM, Rescorla LA. Manual for the ASEBA school-age forms & profiles. Burlington, VT University of Vermont, Research Center for Children, Youth & Families; 2001Search for all CBCL variables within this dataset
trf_sluggish_tempo_t under Clinical Data/Neurobehavioral Assessment/Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL)/Teacher Report Form (TRF) in PATS variables
The CBCL is a caregiver-completed assessments of child behaviour, used to detect behavioural and emotional problems in children and adolescents. The CBCL/1.5-5 (ASEBA, Burlington, VT) was administered to children 5 years or younger, while the CBCL/6-18 was administered to children 6 years or older. Reference: Achenbach TM, Rescorla LA. Manual for the ASEBA preschool forms & profiles. Burlington, VT University of Vermont, Research Center for Children, Youth & Families; 2000 and Achenbach TM, Rescorla LA. Manual for the ASEBA school-age forms & profiles. Burlington, VT University of Vermont, Research Center for Children, Youth & Families; 2001Search for all CBCL variables within this dataset
cbcl_sluggish_tempo_p under Clinical Data/Neurobehavioral Assessment/Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL) in PATS variables
The CBCL is a caregiver-completed assessments of child behaviour, used to detect behavioural and emotional problems in children and adolescents. The CBCL/1.5-5 (ASEBA, Burlington, VT) was administered to children 5 years or younger, while the CBCL/6-18 was administered to children 6 years or older. Reference: Achenbach TM, Rescorla LA. Manual for the ASEBA preschool forms & profiles. Burlington, VT University of Vermont, Research Center for Children, Youth & Families; 2000 and Achenbach TM, Rescorla LA. Manual for the ASEBA school-age forms & profiles. Burlington, VT University of Vermont, Research Center for Children, Youth & Families; 2001Search for all CBCL variables within this dataset
cbcl_sluggish_tempo_s under Clinical Data/Neurobehavioral Assessment/Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL) in PATS variables
The CBCL is a caregiver-completed assessments of child behaviour, used to detect behavioural and emotional problems in children and adolescents. The CBCL/1.5-5 (ASEBA, Burlington, VT) was administered to children 5 years or younger, while the CBCL/6-18 was administered to children 6 years or older. Reference: Achenbach TM, Rescorla LA. Manual for the ASEBA preschool forms & profiles. Burlington, VT University of Vermont, Research Center for Children, Youth & Families; 2000 and Achenbach TM, Rescorla LA. Manual for the ASEBA school-age forms & profiles. Burlington, VT University of Vermont, Research Center for Children, Youth & Families; 2001Search for all CBCL variables within this dataset
cbcl_sluggish_tempo_t under Clinical Data/Neurobehavioral Assessment/Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL) in PATS variables
The CBCL is a caregiver-completed assessments of child behaviour, used to detect behavioural and emotional problems in children and adolescents. The CBCL/1.5-5 (ASEBA, Burlington, VT) was administered to children 5 years or younger, while the CBCL/6-18 was administered to children 6 years or older. Reference: Achenbach TM, Rescorla LA. Manual for the ASEBA preschool forms & profiles. Burlington, VT University of Vermont, Research Center for Children, Youth & Families; 2000 and Achenbach TM, Rescorla LA. Manual for the ASEBA school-age forms & profiles. Burlington, VT University of Vermont, Research Center for Children, Youth & Families; 2001Search for all CBCL variables within this dataset
Study of Osteoporotic Fractures
... of strength and function, cognitive exams, use of medication, ...
Urban Poor in India
... of improved sleep on cognitive function, health, and economic ...
Pediatric Adenotonsillectomy Trial of Snoring
... screening visit, and additional cognitive behavioral, quality of life, ...
Posted by mrueschman on September 23, 2016 in Releases
... processes associated with poor cognitive function. More than 700 ...