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UK - Ataxia was started in 1964 (as Friedreich's Ataxia Group)
by parents and relatives, friends of people with Ataxia, doctors and
Related Cognitive Disorder - Lymphoma Association. An Article.
The effect of cancer-related cognititive disorder
varies; some people notice a brief alteration, while others report
longer term changes, albeit these may be subtle. Many Not
Brains and Behavior- Previously published by Prentice Hall
as Principles of Behavioral Pharmacology, the copyright has been assigned
to the authors, C. Robin Timmons & Leonard W. Hamilton. They,
in turn, have decided to make their entire excellent book available
on the Web. 4/5
Research Centre (UK) - This is a specialist clinic for people
with decline in memory, language, or other problems in brain function.
and Meningitis Information Page Synonym(s): Meningitis. -
Meningitis and encephalitis are inflammatory diseases of the membranes
that surround the brain and spinal cord and are caused by bacterial
or viral infections. Viral meningitis is sometimes called aseptic
meningitis to indicate it is not the result of bacterial infection
and cannot be treated with antibiotics. 3/5
Disorders - List of Cognitive Disorders - Cognition is the ability
of your brain to think, to process and store information, to solve
problems. Cognition is a high level of behaviour unique to humans.
Cognitive Disorders is a disorder where a limitation of cognitive
functioning is the main feature 2/5
Ataxia Foundation Home Page - What is the National Ataxia Foundation?
Information about and support for people with ataxia.The word "ataxia",
comes from the Greek word, " a taxis" meaning "without
order or incoordination". The word ataxia means without coordination.
Cognitive Disorders Service (UK) - Runs in parallel with the Dementia
Research Centre (DRC), part of the Department of Neurodegenerative
Disease at the UCL Institute of Neurology (ION). The clinical and
research components form a national centre of excellence for diagnosis
and treatment of patients with cognitive problems, and the group is
recognised internationally for ground-breaking research in dementia.
Are the Different Types of Cognitive Disorder? - Cognition is
the brain’s ability to retain and use information. A cognitive
disorder refers to any medical condition that affects how the brain
processes and stores information. It can result in memory loss, faulty
perceptions or a combination of both. Cognitive disorders can be genetic,
environmental, or caused by an injury. 3/5
Is the Meaning of a Cognitive Disorder? - A person with a cognitive
disorder does not process information correctly within the brain.
This results in impaired awareness and judgment, difficulty reasoning
and focusing, loss of memory and abnormal mental capacity. People
with cognitive disorders have problems acquiring, mentally organizing
and responding to information, which results in an inability to function
normally in everyday life situations. An Article. Not
Scholarly Article on Cognitive Disorders - Click