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Executive Functioning in Women with Breast Cancer: A Longitudinal Examination of Intraindividual Variability in Reaction Time
Cognitive symptoms are commonly reported by women diagnosed with breast cancer and have a negative impact on daily life. These cognitive changes are influenced by factors such as treatment (e.g., chemotherapy, hormone ...
Effects of Practice on Learning and Retention of Tool-Related Motor Skills in Parkinson's Disease
Previous research revealed that individuals with Parkinson’s disease (PD) show preserved learning of tool-related motor skills within a session. However, as a possible result of striatal dysfunction, retention has been ...
Sex Differences in the Influence of Brain and Lifestyle Factors on Neurocognitive Aging
Declines in executive functioning (EF) are a hallmark of neurocognitive aging. Much research has focused on the impact of exercise, brain structure, and brain function on neurocognitive aging, yet their relative predictive ...