Cómo explicar el Alzheimer a los niños

Explaining Alzheimer’s Disease to Children


Every July 26th Grandparents Day is celebrated to pay tribute to the vital role grandparents play in families. At NeuronUP, we would like to take this opportunity to discuss the difficult task of explaining Alzheimer’s disease to…

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Trastorno de aprendizaje no verbal

Non-verbal learning disability


It is tempting to try to divide up cognition in order to study it, even though it is established that when we perform a task the whole brain participates in it. More than tempting, it…

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Relación Cerebro y Conducta ¿Somos nuestro Cerebro?

Brain-behavior relationship: are we our brains?


The relationship between brain and behavior seems to be the successor of the famous Cartesian mind-body dualism, where the brain is the physical or biological component and behavior the mental or psychological aspect. Despite its…

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Todo sobre la memoria

All about memory


By Dr. Pablo Barrecheguren (@pjbarrecheguren) We tend to think of our intellectual capacities as single chunks and yet abilities such as memory are rather a structure made up of different compartments. All of them are…

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Ponencia online y en inglés de la Dra. Stephanie Kolakowsky-Hayner sobre daño cerebral leve

Dr. Stephanie Kolakowsky-Hayner – “Concussion 101: An introduction to mild brain injury”


Information on the free online presentation Title of the conference: “Concussion 101: An introduction to mild brain injury” Date: Wednesday, July 24, 2019 Part 1 of 3 Part 2 of 3 Part 3 of 3…

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Chemobrain: ¿Existe un deterioro cognitivo en supervivientes de cáncer?

Chemo brain: Do cancer survivors have cognitive impairment?


Before answering this question, it is useful to put it into context. First, epidemiologists have observed a general increase in cancer survival in recent years, even for tumors with worse prognosis. However, there is a…

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Trastorno del lenguaje

Specific language impairment


Specific language impairment (SLI) is a serious and long-lasting developmental disorder that affects the acquisition and development of spoken language. It can affect either comprehension, expression, or both. It is classified as a “heterogeneous” disorder…

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Ponencia online y en inglés de la Dra. Kristine Kingsley sobre regulación emocional y daño cerebral adquirido

Kristine Kingsley Online Presentation – Emotional Regulation & Acquired Brain Injury


Information on the free online presentation Title of the conference: “Emotional Regulation & Acquired Brain Injury- an overview of evidenced-based intervention models for dysexecutive problems.” Learning Objectives: At the conclusion of this presentation, the participant…

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