Cognitive Disability: Information on Intellectual Disabilities Document List
Updated/Revised Date: 2022-04-07
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Cognitive Disabilities Publications - (79 Articles)
Research data papers on dehydration and cognitive ability showed functions like attention, coordination and complex problem solving suffering the most, and activities like reacting quickly when prompted not diminishing much.
Researchers found in some mild cognitive impairment patients, real neuropsychological stability over a decade is possible and long-term stability could be predicted based on neuropsychological tests.
Study of undergraduate students found that manageable levels of anxiety actually aided people in being able to recall the details of events.
Researchers conclude personality changes, which can lead to changes in behavior, occur early on during the development of Alzheimer's disease.
Findings suggest beliefs about causes of mental illness could be addressed in public campaigns and by policymakers in different and more beneficial ways.
Study shows that there is a broad range of differences in visual ability and that these variations are not associated with general intelligence, or Intelligence Quotient (IQ).
Study reveals children who grow up in urban counties with high upward mobility exhibit fewer behavioral problems and perform better on cognitive tests.
Investigating whether early exposure to sign language can forestall cognitive issues in deaf children.
Randomised controlled trial shows new approach to support for people with learning disabilities has achieved remarkable results.
NIH researchers find no risk by age 7 from in vitro fertilization or other widespread treatments.
Efficacy of inTime a novel intervention of rhythm-based music listening therapy to help children overcome learning disabilities.
Insight into Intellectual Disabilities in the 21st Century reveals a nation in the midst of change.
Excerpts from a self-published handbook used with the parents advocated for in the special education process.
Despite trying hard to read and write, 6 year old Leana Greene found it continually difficult to spell words and process letters and later found out she had dyslexia.
New studies provide insight into treatment of stuttering and understanding its physiological basis.
Increased detection of cognitive impairment is essential for earlier diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease and related dementia.
Researchers gain new insight into fragile X syndrome, the most common cause of inherited intellectual disability.
Study results reveal importance of identifying early stage atherosclerosis to help preserve heart, cognition and brain health.
UCLA neuroscientists discover statins reverse learning deficits caused by mutation linked to common genetic cause of learning disabilities.
Study shows people with mild cognitive impairment at risk of converting to Alzheimers disease within a few years, risk increases significantly if they suffer from anxiety.
Study shows neighborhoods that motivate walking can stave off cognitive decline in older adults.
Scientists join forces to unlock an untapped source of genetic information to better understand and treat children with Intellectual Disability.
Report responding to the large number of people with serious mental illnesses in the criminal justice system requires more than mental health services.
Report shows an almost doubling of dementia in those with Down syndrome and significantly reduced risk of heart attack and hypertension.
Researchers report children who are physically fit have faster and more robust neuro-electrical brain responses during reading than their less-fit peers.
Kristi Lemley author and counselor offers solutions for Christian leaders to help people struggling with mental illness.
Strong likelihood that link between childhood trauma and adult physical and mental health issues greatly more pronounced among female offenders.
Parents magazine study reveals one in four moms wonder whether a special needs evaluation is needed for their child.
Information regarding speech-language disabilities including dyslexia, articulation, and executive functioning abilities.
Article examines persons with cognitive disabilities as victims or offenders of crime occurring more often than people who do not experience forms of disabilities.
Study shows learning disabilities affect up to 10 percent of children and co-occur at higher than expected rates.
For adults with intellectual and related developmental disabilities securing benefits they are entitled to can be challenging.
Humans are losing intellectual and emotional abilities due to human intelligence and behavior requiring optimal functioning of a large number of genes, which requires enormous evolutionary pressures to maintain.
Information and resources regarding dyspraxia in children in the US Developmental dyspraxia involves an immaturity of the organization of a persons movement.
Gait disturbances like slowing of walking pace or more variable stride may indicate decline in cognitive function.
Gene for new form of intellectual disability and how it likely affects cognitive development by disrupting neuron functioning.
Chromosomal abnormalities linked to intellectual disability can be traced back to an older father when the child is conceived.
Mutation in the ZC3H14 gene showed up in two independent family trees affected by intellectual disability.
Arc's Families and Individual Needs for Disability Support (FINDS) survey shows economic strain has hurt all Americans, the 7 million living with I/DD and their families are among the hardest hit, with access to needed services drastically reduced.
Cognitive impairment is evident early on in preschool children with epilepsy consistent with results of similar studies in older children.
Shared risk factors for stroke mortality and impaired brain function seen in Southern US population.
Learning Disabilities Worldwide has positioned itself to ensure that the promise of No Child Left Behind becomes a reality.
New gene connected with a type of intellectual disability called Joubert syndrome discovered.
The essential finding of this study is that that activity in the brain's cortical emotion regulatory systems is strongly related to pupil size when people are viewing emotion-laden words.
Autism disorder affects one in 110 children in the United States with boys being four times more likely than girls to be diagnosed.
Internet-based cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is an effective treatment for people with hypochondriasis.
Evidence links brain function variations between the left and right sides of the brain to size at birth and the weight of the placenta.
Developmental Dyscalculia is a form of learning disability that affects the ability to acquire math skills an average child might.
Information regarding language-based learning disabilities that involve age-appropriate spelling writing and or reading issues.
The Kings Speech is a movie many consider to be a front-runner to sweep the Oscars this year.
Learning to read and write can be disrupted in various ways leading to disorders known as dyslexia and dysgraphia.
An estimated 3 to 6 percent of adults could have the hidden disability dyscalculia which affects fundamental ability to acquire arithmetical skills.
Social Security announced it will publish a notice clarifying part of the recently proposed Revised Medical Criteria for Evaluating Mental Disorders.
Cognitive assessment tool appears potentially useful for identifying problems in thinking learning and memory among older adults.
Inclusion of detection of cognitive impairment as a part of the Annual Wellness Visit.
Creating New Opportunities for Fulfilling Lives for Persons with Learning and Developmental Disabilities
International Association for Life Quality Reshapes Industry to Create New Opportunities for Fulfilling Lives for Persons with Learning and Developmental Disabilities.
Beyond causing cognitive difficulties, scientists have discovered people who carry the fragile X gene mutation can develop associated disorders.
Supports Intensity Scale (SIS) assessment tool can effectively predict funding for people with intellectual disability based on individual needs.
Drugs for common medical conditions including insomnia allergies or incontinence may cause long term cognitive impairment.
Teenage physical activity reduces risk of cognitive impairment in later life.
Findings could lead to new drugs to enhance cognition in patients and healthy individuals.
Childs inability to rhyme words learn the alphabet or notice when the words start with same sound are signs the brain is not functioning as it should.
Research confirms that hand-clapping songs improve motor and cognitive skills.
Non-syndromic types of intellectual disability do not have physical signs and are more difficult to identify.
Rett syndrome (RTT), Cornelia de Lange syndrome (CdLS) and Alpha-Thalassemia mental Retardation, X-linked syndrome (ATR-X) have each been linked.
Rosa's Law - Replacing pejorative label of mental retardation with the more respectful terminology of intellectual disability.
Mayo Clinic Scientists Review 10 Years of Research on Mild Cognitive Impairment.
A gene involved in some forms of intellectual disability identified by scientists at Center for Addiction and Mental Health.
We did not miss a single case of Down syndrome with our overall screening program, which included an option for invasive testing.
Adults with intellectual disabilities have slightly higher rates of obesity, physical inactivity and preventable chronic diseases.
Prenatal tests for Down syndrome promising to be safer more accurate and available to women earlier in pregnancy.
Mental disorders are a global problem and represent one of the biggest challenges for health care systems.
AAIDD publishes two journals the American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.
Information and definition of Fragile X Syndrome, a genetically inherited form of mental retardation.
Individuals with severe COPD had significantly lower cognitive function than those without.
Specific and quantitative means of measuring levels of the fragile X mental retardation 1 (FMR1) protein (FMRP).
Information on Down syndrome genetic disorder that results in varying degrees of physical and mental retardation and likelihood of giving birth to downs child.
Children who require multiple surgeries under anesthesia during first three years of life at higher risk of developing learning disabilities.
Canadian scientists have connected crucial brain protein with power to learn creating possibility that learning disabilities could be corrected with a drug.
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