The Stroop color and word test assesses cognitive processing and provides valuable diagnostic information on brain dysfunction and cognition.
Exploring Brain Stimulation Methods to Improve Reading in Children with Dyslexia: A Systematic Review
This systematic review examined 19 studies, all of which showed improvements in rapid automatic naming (RAN), pseudowords, low-frequency word reading, phonological awareness, reading accuracy and speed to varying degrees.
This literature review explores already existing research on emotional trauma, high stress exposure and their effect on the nervous system.
With attention to the causes, implications and treatments of epilepsy, educators can employ compensational techniques to enhance the child with epilepsy’s learning outcomes.
Facial paresis (FP) is a paralysis of the motor facial nerve, n. Facialis, caused either by a central or peripheral injury of the nerve
Charles Bonnet syndrome refers to the visual hallucinations caused by the brain's adjustment to significant vision loss.
Report on Prasad et al. (2021), Brain Disease Network Analysis to Elucidate the Neurological Manifestations of COVID-19
Report on the journal article of Prasad et al. (2021) "Brain Disease Network Analysis to Elucidate the Neurological Manifestations of COVID-19", by Francia de los Reyes
Aphantasia is a medical condition in which a person is not able to form an image in their mind of thing or people that are actually present.
EEG-biofeedback in combination with virtual reality interventions to improve memory dysfunctions in a patient with an amnestic syndrome
Marcus Mühlberger analises in this case study the recovery of memory deficits of patients diagnosed with amnestic syndrome applying neurofeedback techniques.