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Proper Name Retrieval And Structural Integrity Of Cerebral Cortex In Midlife: A Cross-Sectional Study
There is currently little understanding on whether retrieval of proper names differs in midlife compared to young adulthood and if so, whether the age differences in this ability are associated with differences in structural ...
Estimation of preterm labor immediacy by nonlinear methods
(Public Library Science, 2017-06-01)
Preterm delivery affects about one tenth of human births and is associated with an increased perinatal morbimortality as well as with remarkable costs. Even if there are a number of predictors and markers of preterm delivery, ...
Evidence of conditioned behavior in amoebae
Associative memory is the main type of learning by which complex organisms endowed with evolved nervous systems respond efficiently to certain environmental stimuli. It has been found in different multicellular species, ...
The nucleus does not significantly affect the migratory trajectories of amoeba in two-dimensional environments
(Springer Nature, 2019-11-08)
For a wide range of cells, from bacteria to mammals, locomotion movements are a crucial systemic behavior for cellular life. Despite its importance in a plethora of fundamental physiological processes and human pathologies, ...
Health-Related Quality of Life and Mental Health of Adolescents Involved in School Bullying and Homophobic Verbal Content Bullying
Bullying has been traditionally related to a significant reduction in well-being and Health-Related Quality of Life (HRQoL) of adolescents. This negative impact on HRQoL seems to be modulated by the developed role in ...