Warren Alpert Foundation Prize
The Warren Alpert Foundation Prize, in association with Harvard Medical School, recognizes and honors one or more scientists, physicians and researchers whose scientific achievements have led to the...
The Free and Cued Selective Reminding Test in...
Memory alterations are common in Parkinson’s disease (PD) patients but the mechanisms involved in these deficits remain poorly understood. The study aims to explore the profile...
EXCELLENT PAPER IN NEUROSCIENCE AWARD (EPNA) 2020
The EPNA is awarded for outstanding scientific publications by early career scientists published in 2019, and endowed with 3,000 EUR. The application deadline is September 18th,...
Is cognitive dysfunction involved in difficult-to-treat depression? Characterizing...
This study aimed to identify clinical and cognitive factors associated with increased risk for difficult-to-treat depression (DTD) or treatment-resistant depression (TRD).
Nova plataforma segura i gratuïta per exercir la...
Els col·legiats i col·legiades del COPC compten amb una nova plataforma digital per exercir la telepsicologia amb els seus pacients de la forma més segura. Gràcies...
Use of transcranial magnetic stimulation for studying the neural basis of numerical cognition: A systematic review
This systematic review aimed to synthesize the evidence that different TMS protocols provide regarding the neural basis of numerical cognition in healthy adults.
Measuring the functional impact of cognitive impairment in Huntington’s disease
The study aimed to address the need for a brief and specifically developed HD questionnaire able to capture functional aspects suspected to be sensitive to cognitive impairment.
Automated text-level semantic markers of Alzheimer’s disease
Automated speech analysis has emerged as a scalable, cost-effective tool to identify persons with Alzheimer's disease dementia (ADD). Yet, most research is undermined by low interpretability and specificity.
Cognitive Impairment in Genetic Parkinson’s Disease
In this review, we summarize data regarding cognitive function on clinical studies, neuroimaging, and biological markers of cognitive decline in autosomal dominant PD linked to mutations in LRRK2 and SNCA, autosomal recessive PD linked to Parkin and PINK1, and also PD linked to GBA mutations.
BDNF Val66Met gene polymorphism modulates brain activity following rTMS-induced memory impairment
The BDNF Val66Met gene polymorphism is a relevant factor explaining inter-individual differences to TMS responses in studies of the motor system. However, whether this variant also contributes to TMS-induced memory effects, as well as their underlying brain mechanisms, remains unexplored.
Neurocognition, functional outcome, and quality of life in remitted and non-remitted schizophrenia: A comparison with euthymic bipolar I disorder and a control group
The present study aimed to compare the neurocognitive performance, functional outcome, and QoL of remitted and non-remitted patients with SC with respect to a group of euthymic patients with BD, and a control group.
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