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Directed forgetting in problem solving.

In two experiments, we investigated intentional forgetting of problem-solving routines by adapting the list method of directed forgetting. In Experiment 1, participants practiced solving water-jar problems (Luchins, 1942). After working on a first series of problems that all could be solved by the same formula, one group of participants was instructed to forget the so-far presented items because these, allegedly, had only served as a warm-up, whereas another group did not receive a forget instruction. After...


Don't Forget the Kids: Care Transformations that Meet the Needs of Children.

Neuro-prognostication: Don't forget that time is brain!


Sex Hormones and Asthma - Don't Forget Progesterone.

Reply to "Sex Hormones and Asthma - Don't Forget Progesterone".

Challenges for the Editors - Looking forward, but don't forget the past ...

How we diagnose and manage altered oxygen affinity hemoglobin variants: Lest we forget JAK2 Exon 12 mutation.

Chloroquine as alternative antimalarial in systemic lupus erythematosus: response to '2019 update of the EULAR recommendations for the management of SLE: don't forget chloroquine' by Figueroa-Parra .

Erratum: "It's Like They Forget That the Word 'Health' Is in 'Home Health Aide'": Understanding the Perspectives of Home Care Workers Who Care for Adults With Heart Failure.

[This corrects the article DOI: 10.1161/JAHA.118.010134.].

Impression 3D en chirurgie de la main.

While 3D printing in hand surgery is still in its infancy, it offers new avenues in research, teaching, and personalized medicine. For these reasons, some surgeons may want to jump on the bandwagon of this trendy technology. But we cannot forget that its superiority over conventional techniques has not been demonstrated. Surgeons who want to work with 3D printed objects must master their use and the entire manufacturing process, otherwise they risk becoming dependent on engineers and/or medical device compa...

Tell me and I'll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I'll understand: a review of the Teaching and Learning in Action feature.

Appointed at the turn of the year Donna Iriving is the incoming Teaching and Learning in Action Regular Feature Editor, in this quarters issue Donna presents and overview of Regular Features over the past five years to share examples of your best practice.

Psychometric properties and operating characteristics of the Spanish-adapted version of the CRAFFT questionnaire in adolescents from Greater Buenos Aires.

The Car, Relax, Alone, Forget, Family and Friends, Trouble (CRAFFT) questionnaire is an instrument used in the screening for problematic alcohol and substance use, abuse or dependence in adolescents. While there is a Spanish-adapted and validated version for Argentine adolescents (CRAFFTa), it cannot be applied indiscriminately because it has not been assessed in different sociocultural settings.

Head Over Heels but I Forget Why: Disruptive Functional Connectivity in Older Adult Fallers with Mild Cognitive Impairment.

Disrupted functional connectivity has been highlighted as a neural mechanism by which impaired cognitive function and mobility co-exist in older adults with mild cognitive impairment (MCI). The objective of this study was to determine the independent and combined effects of MCI and faller status on functional connectivity of three functional networks: default mode network (DMN), fronto-parietal network (FPN) and sensorimotor network (SMN) between 4 groups of older adults: 1) Healthy; 2) MCI without Falls; 3...

A pilot study of a smartphone-based monitoring intervention on head and neck cancer patients undergoing concurrent chemo-radiotherapy.

Multidisciplinary treatment for head and neck carcinoma offers the best curative results but generates acute toxicities, which negatively affect both patients' quality of life and treatment compliance. Usually, the patient's clinical condition is recorded during scheduled, time-limited office visits and patients might forget to discuss symptoms occurred weeks before. They could also have difficulties contacting their clinicians outside of these limited encounters. Technology-based interventions for oncologi...

Epilepsias de origen metabólico en el neonato.

Neurometabolic diseases that manifest seizures and epilepsy are a large group of inherited disorders. They can present at any age from the neonatal period to adolescence. The epileptic manifestations can be very varied and, in general, they are epilepsies refractory to antiepileptic drugs. Epileptic phenomenology does not contribute to the diagnosis. The inborn errors of metabolism that respond to the use of cofactors should be known. In acute decompensation, it is essential to provide nutritional, hydroele...

De vuelta a la clínica: sin justificación no existe pregunta de investigación que valga.

A clinical research question requires the concurrence of clinical experience and knowledge on methodology and statistics in that who formulates it. Initially, a research question should have a structure that clearly establishes what is that which is being sought (consequence or outcome), in whom (baseline status), and by action of what (maneuver). Subsequently, its reasoning must explore four aspects: feasibility and reasonableness of the questioning, lack of a prior answer, relevance of the answer to be ob...

A very rare cause of retroperitoneal bleeding in young patients: do not forget the occurrence of a ruptured left gastroepiploic artery aneurysm!

Visceral artery aneurysms represent a very rare condition. The affected patients usually present as emergency secondary to the sudden rupture of the aneurysm or as an incidental finding on imaging. In this setting, gastric and gastroepiploic aneurysms account for only about 4% of all the splancnic aneurysms. Since ruptured visceral aneurysms present a high mortality, a prompt and adequate (surgical or radiological interventional) treatment is mandatory. Due to the difficulty in achieving an adequate transca...

To learn, to remember, to forget - how smart is the gut?

The enteric nervous system (ENS) resides within the gut wall and autonomously controls gut functions through coordinated activation of sensory, inter and motor neurons. Its activity is modulated by the enteric immune and endocrine system as well as by afferent and efferent nerves of the parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous system. The ENS is often referred to as the second brain and hence is able to perform sophisticated tasks. We review the evidence that the "smartness" of the ENS may even extend to its...

Re-Transplantation after Non-Adherence Related Kidney Allograft Failure - Forgive or Forget?

The decision to retransplant a patient who has lost a first renal allograft due to documented nonadherence (NA) to the medical regimen and/or their prescribed immunosuppressive drug therapy is one of the most vexing issues in the clinical practice of kidney transplantation. Very often documenting NA is challenging because circumstances and individual episodes are imprecise and involve both voluntary and involuntary behaviors. These episodes are further complicated by the commonly associated youth of these p...

Stem cell passage affects directional migration of stem cells in electrotaxis.

Stem cells can differentiate into various body tissues and organs and thus are considered as promising tools for cell therapy and tissue engineering. Early passage stem cells have high differentiation ability compared to late passage stem cells. Thus, it is important to use early passage stem cells in cell therapy. Here, we investigated whether cell migration could be used to compare young and senescent cells. We used 'electrotaxis' where cells under electric treatment move towards the anode or cathode. Wit...

Forgetting Is a Feature, Not a Bug: Intentionally Forgetting Some Things Helps Us Remember Others by Freeing Up Working Memory Resources.

In the present study, we used an item-method directed-forgetting paradigm to test whether instructions to forget or remember one item affect memory for subsequently studied items. In two experiments (s = 138 and 33, respectively), recall was higher when a word pair was preceded during study by a to-be-forgotten word pair. This effect was cumulative: Performance increased when more preceding study items were to be forgotten. The effect decreased when memory was conditioned on instructions for items appearing...

Notch and Delta are required for survival of the germline stem cell lineage in testes of Drosophila melanogaster.

In all metazoan species, sperm is produced from germline stem cells. These self-renew and produce daughter cells that amplify and differentiate dependent on interactions with somatic support cells. In the male gonad of Drosophila melanogaster, the germline and somatic cyst cells co-differentiate as cysts, an arrangement in which the germline is completely enclosed by cytoplasmic extensions from the cyst cells. Notch is a developmentally relevant receptor in a pathway requiring immediate proximity with the s...

Selected topics in public health - Editorial.

In 2019, there were several new epidemics of diseases around the world, which would only be known from old medical books. Conspiracy and antivax movements around the world have raised important issues about public health, its safety, prevention and the media. The importance of public health is increasing more than ever. That is why we are very pleased that we have succeeded in collecting enough quality articles to present a collection of papers this year again. We have a great need for quality data to comba...

A role for metamemory in cognitive offloading.

Cognitive offloading refers to our reliance on the external environment in order to reduce cognitive demand. For instance, people write notes on paper or smartphones in order not to forget shopping lists or upcoming appointments. A plausible hypothesis is that such offloading relies on metamemory - our confidence in our future memory performance. However, this hypothesis has not been directly tested, and it remains unclear when and how people use external sources to aid their encoding and retrieval of infor...

Incomplete Healing as a Cause of Aging: The Role of Mitochondria and the Cell Danger Response.

The rate of biological aging varies cyclically and episodically in response to changing environmental conditions and the developmentally-controlled biological systems that sense and respond to those changes. Mitochondria and metabolism are fundamental regulators, and the cell is the fundamental unit of aging. However, aging occurs at all anatomical levels. At levels above the cell, aging in different tissues is qualitatively, quantitatively, and chronologically distinct. For example, the heart can age faste...


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