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Effect of cognitive training on episodic memory retrieval in amnestic mild cognitive impairment patients: study protocol for a clinical randomized controlled trial

before the experiment. Consent for publication Not applicable. Competing interests Zude Zhu is a consultant in Wispirits Inc. (www.66nao.com). Publisher’s Note Springer Nature remains

Age-related reduction of adaptive brain response during semantic integration is associated with gray matter reduction

: Zude Zhu, Fengjun Yang. Data curation: Zude Zhu, Dongning Li, Lianjun Zhou, Ying Liu, Xuezhi Chen. Formal analysis: Zude Zhu, Fengjun Yang, Dongning Li, Ying Zhang. Funding acquisition: Zude Zhu ... . Investigation: Ying Liu. Methodology: Zude Zhu, Fengjun Yang, Dongning Li, Lianjun Zhou, Ying Liu, Xuezhi Chen. Project administration: Zude Zhu. Software: Zude Zhu, Fengjun Yang, Lianjun Zhou, Ying Liu, Ying

Trait impulsivity components correlate differently with proactive and reactive control

The relationship between impulsivity and cognitive control is still unknown. We hypothesized that trait impulsivity would differentially correlate with specific cognitive control processes. Trait impulsivity was measured by the Barratt Impulsiveness Scale, which assesses motor, attention, and non-planning impulsiveness components. Cognitive control was measured by a hybrid...

The efficacy of Cognitive training in patients with VAsCular Cognitive Impairment, No dEmentia (the Cog-VACCINE study): study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Background Vascular cognitive impairment, no dementia (VCIND) refers to cognitive deficits associated with underlying vascular causes that fall short of a dementia diagnosis. There is currently no treatment for VCIND. Computerized cognitive training, which has significantly improved cognitive function in healthy older adults and patients with cognitive impairment has not yet been...

Large Scale Brain Functional Networks Support Sentence Comprehension: Evidence from Both Explicit and Implicit Language Tasks

Previous studies have indicated that sentences are comprehended via widespread brain regions in the fronto-temporo-parietal network in explicit language tasks (e.g., semantic congruency judgment tasks), and through restricted temporal or frontal regions in implicit language tasks (e.g., font size judgment tasks). This discrepancy has raised questions regarding a common network...