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Au cours des dernières décennies, une multitude de tests et d’indices ont été développés pour tenter de détecter la non-validité des résultats neuropsychologiques. Cependant, la prolifération et la popularité de ces mesures ont contribué à la perception qu’il est dorénavant possible de les utiliser pour identifier la simulation des troubles cogniti...
Postoperative complications represent a major concern for elderly patients. We report a case of a medically complex and frail 88-yr-old woman with endometrial cancer who was scheduled for a robotic-assisted total abdominal hysterectomy. In addition to her cardiac morbidity she presented with several risk factors for neurocognitive decline, includin...
The role of the medial temporal lobe in learning and memory has been well established in research on humans and other animals. In humans, clinical and neuroimaging studies typically suggest material-specific lateralization in which the left and right temporal lobes are associated with verbal and nonverbal memory, respectively. It is often assumed t...
Beyond issues of MTBI etiology, a key question remains the characterization and early identification of those individuals at risk of poor functional outcome. Using a retrospective analysis, the current study aimed at identifying the specific indicators related to return to work in adults with both symptomatic MTBI and functional impacts, having com...
The present study examined the influence of African American acculturation on the performance of neuropsychological tests following traumatic brain injury (TBI). Seventy one participants already enrolled in a larger-scale study assessing the impact of TBI (i.e., the South Eastern Michigan Traumatic Brain Injury Model Systems project) completed a se...
Any integrated theory of mind and behavior must address the dynamic interaction between neurobiological and sociocultural systems as possible causes for human action. Newer findings within the behavioral neurosciences have pointed to the brain's exceptional plasticity and flexibility and suggest that one's surroundings, including one's cultural env...
Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Windsor, 2001. Includes bibliographical references.