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Portuguese Version of Simple Go/No-Go Task: Influence of Age in Attention and Response Inhibition Reaction Time  [PDF]
Marco Moniz, Saul Neves de Jesus, Eduardo Gon?alves, Jo?o Viseu, Andreia Pacheco, Susana Moreira
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2016.72027
Abstract: Executive functions (EFs) are essential in human functioning, and are an important field of study in neuropsychology. One of the most common disorders concerning EFs is the alteration in response inhibition, fundamental to an adequate behavior. This study aimed to show the initial normative data of 35 healthy subjects (22 women and 13 men, with a mean age of 42.60 years old [SD = 14.36]) in a free version of the Go/No-go task. We were able to identify a clear influence of the variable age in reaction time concerning response inhibition and attention.
Efeito do controle químico da mosca-branca na incidência do vírus-do-mosaico-dourado e na produtividade do feijoeiro
Barbosa Flávia Rabelo,Siqueira Katia Maria Medeiros de,Souza Eduardo Alves de,Moreira Wellington Antonio
Pesquisa Agropecuária Brasileira , 2002,
Abstract: O objetivo deste trabalho foi avaliar o efeito de inseticidas no controle da mosca-branca (Bemisia argentifolii Bellows & Perring, 1994) na incidência do vírus-do-mosaico-dourado e na produtividade do feijoeiro. Utilizou-se de tratamento de sementes com imidacloprid ou thiamethoxam, e de pulveriza es de inseticidas, em intervalos semanais. O experimento foi realizado no campo, em área irrigada, em Petrolina, PE, em blocos ao acaso, com cinco tratamentos e quatro repeti es. Houve redu o significativa no número médio de ovos, de ninfas e de adultos da mosca-branca e na porcentagem de infec o pelo vírus-do-mosaico-dourado do feijoeiro. A produtividade nas parcelas tratadas variou de 1.930 a 2.405 kg/ha, enquanto na testemunha foi de 1.490 kg/ha. N o foi observada diferen a significativa entre os tratamentos, no número de vagens/planta e peso de 100 sementes.
Crescimento, nutri??o e fixa??o biológica de nitrogênio em plantios mistos de eucalipto e leguminosas arbóreas
Coelho, Selma Regina de Freitas;Gon?alves, José Leonardo de Moraes;Mello, Sergio Luis de Miranda;Moreira, Rildo Moreira;Silva, Eduardo Vinícius da;Laclau, Jean-Paul;
Pesquisa Agropecuária Brasileira , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-204X2007000600001
Abstract: the objective of this work was to assess interactions between species on the above and belowground growth, nitrogen uptake and biological nitrogen fixation (bnf) in mixed stands of eucalyptus grandis and native leguminous n2-fixing trees. a complete randomized block design was installed with seven treatments and three blocks. within the lines of the e. grandis seedlings, native leguminous n2-fixing trees - peltophorum dubium, inga sp., mimosa scabrella, acacia polyphylla, mimosa caesalpiniaefolia - and one exotic leguminous plant, acacia mangium, were intercropped. e. grandis was also solely planted. mimosa scabrella and a. mangium were the legume trees that presented the highest growth. although e. grandis showed a lower growth when combined with m. scabrella, this mixed-species stand exhibited the highest biomass accumulation. eucalyptus grandis fine root densities (frd) were 6-20 times higher than the frd of the leguminous species in the upper soil layer (0-10 cm) 24 months after planting. the frd of m. scabrella and m. caesalpiniaefolia in the 30-50 cm soil layer was higher than in the 10-30 cm layer. the d15n values of m. scabrella indicated that 90% of stocked n is derived from bnf.
Aspectos tomográficos da tuberculose pulmonar em pacientes adultos com AIDS
Almeida, Lanamar Aparecida de;Barba, Mario Flores;Moreira, Fernando Alves;Bombarda, Sidney;Felice, Sebasti?o André de;Calore, Edenilson Eduardo;
Radiologia Brasileira , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-39842011000100007
Abstract: objective: the present study is aimed at describing computed tomography findings pulmonary tuberculosis in adult aids patients assisted at a radiology unit of a reference infectious diseases hospital, in an attempt to establish the association between such findings and cd4 count. materials and methods: forty-five patients were evaluated by chest computed tomography over a four-year period. results: mediastinal and/or hilar lymph node enlargement was found in 31 (68.8%) cases, pleural effusion in 29 (64.4%), centrilobular nodules with segmental distribution in 26 (57.7%), consolidation in 24 (53.3%), confluent micronodules in 17 (37.7%), poorly defined nodules with centrilobular distribution in 16 (35.5%), tree-in-bud pattern in 13 (28.9%), bronchial wall thickening in 12 (26.6%), thick-walled cavity in 10 (22.2%), miliary nodules in 9 (20%), and cylindrical bronchiectasis in 6 (13.3%). among the 45 patients, 35 (77.8%) presented cd4 count < 200 cel/mm3 and 10 (22.2%) presented cd4 count > 200 cel/mm3. conclusion: differently from reports in the literature, the authors conclude that mediastinal and/or hilar lymph node enlargement and consolidation were significantly most frequent in patients with cd4 count > 200 cel/mm3. however, lymph nodes with hypodense center were most often observed in severely immunosuppressed patients with cd4 count < 200 cel/mm3.
Clinical characteristics in subcortical ischemic white matter disease
Alves, Gilberto Sousa;Alves, Carlos Eduardo de Oliveira;Lanna, Maria Elisa de Oliveira;Ericeira-Valente, Letice;Sudo, Felipe Kenji;Moreira, Denise;Engelhardt, Eliasz;Laks, Jerson;
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-282X2009000200001
Abstract: background: vascular white matter lesions (wml) represent one of the main neuroimage findings in individuals older than 65 years and its clinical significance is still partially understood. objective: to describe and analyze the clinical profile of a high severity sample with wml focusing on the frontal executive control. method: outpatients (n=20) with high severity wml evaluated with magnetic resonance imaging were selected using the fazekas scale. results: most patients (n=17; 85%) presented an altered trail making test ratio (section b/section a); on verbal fluency, 15 individuals (75%) performed below the cutoff score. apathy (5.9 ± 4.65) and depression (3.05±3.67) were frequent as assessed by the neuropsychiatric inventory. the impairment in functional activities strongly correlated with apathy (r=0.814, p<0.001) and verbal fluency (r=0.744, p<0.001). conclusion: executive dysfunction, apathy, and ratio depression were the main characteristics found. extension of wml may have distinct impact on the clinical picture, but further studies with methodological adjustments are necessary to provide more definitive conclusions.
Nível de dano, plantas invasoras hospedeiras, inimigos naturais e controle do psilídeo da goiabeira (Triozoida sp.) no submédio S?o Francisco
Barbosa, Flávia Rabelo;Ferreira, Rachel Gon?alves;Kiill, Lúcia Helena Piedade;Souza, Eduardo Alves de;Moreira, Wellington Antonio;Alencar, José Adalberto de;Haji, Francisca Nemaura Pedrosa;
Revista Brasileira de Fruticultura , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-29452003000300016
Abstract: this study was conducted to increment the integrated management of triozoida sp. (hemiptera, psylliidae) in guava plants at the s?o francisco river valley. the damage level, weed hosts, selectivity and effect of the thiamethoxam 10gr and 250wg in the control of psylliidae were evaluated. the experiment was carried out in an irrigated area, at petrolina, pernambuco, in a randomized block design with four replications. treatments consisted of: 1) thiamethoxam 10gr applied on soil; 2) thiamethoxam 250wg sprayed weekly; 3) thiamethoxam 10gr applied on soil + thiamethoxam 250wg sprayed weekly; 4; 5; 6) thiamethoxam 250wg sprayed when 10, 20 and 30% of infested branches were reached, respectively; 7; 8; 9) thiamethoxam 10gr applied on soil + thiamethoxam 250wg sprayed when 10, 20 and 30% of infested branches were reached, respectively; and 10) control (no insecticide). the percentage of infested branches in the control treatment differed significantly from the treatments 2 (2.8%), 3 (4.3%), 4 (19.7%), 7 (13.4%), 8 (14.5%) and 9 (15.0%). when thiamethoxam was used, the population reduction of natural enemies ranged from 12.5 to 39.6%, corresponding, in the selective scale, to grades (1 = non offensive (< 25%), 2 = not very toxic (25-50%). number and weight of fruits were similar in all the treatments. fifty one weed species and no host of triozoida sp. were found.
Long-term prognosis of geriatric major depression in relation to cognition and white matter integrity: follow up of two cases
Alves, Carlos Eduardo de Oliveira;Alves, Gilberto Sousa;Sudo, Felipe Kenji;Lanna, Maria Elisa;Ericeira-Valente, Letice;Moreira, Denise Madeira;Laks, Jerson;Engelhardt, Eliasz;
Jornal Brasileiro de Psiquiatria , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0047-20852012000200009
Abstract: introduction: the geriatric depression (gd) represents one of the most frequent psychiatric disorders in outpatient services specialized in old-age treatment. objective: the course of two illustrative cases of gd is discussed, highlighting its clinical picture after antidepressant treatment and underlining variables related to disease prognosis, treatment effectiveness and conversion to major cognitive disorders such as vascular dementia (vd). methods: the cognitive performance, depressive symptoms, autonomy and brain structural measurements as white matter hyperintensities (wmh) and hippocampal size, and microstructural integrity of wm with diffusion tensor imaging were followed during four years. results: case 1, with a severe degree of wmh, was associated with worsening cognition and increasing functional disability. case 2, with mild wmh, an improvement of cognitive functioning could be seen. conclusions: the existence of different subtypes of gd, as presented in this report, points a pathophysiological heterogeneity of gd, and suggests a possible continuum vascular depression (vadp) and vascular cognitive impairment (vci).
Impaired abstract thinking may discriminate between normal aging and vascular mild cognitive impairment
Sudo, Felipe Kenji;Alves, Gilberto Sousa;Alves, Carlos Eduardo de Oliveira;Lanna, Maria Elisa;Ericeira-Valente, Letice;Moreira, Denise Madeira;Engelhardt, Eliasz;Laks, Jerson;
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-282X2010000200005
Abstract: objective: cerebrovascular disease (cvd) is associated with cognitive deficits. this cross-sectional study examines differences among healthy elderly controls and patients with vascular mild cognitive impairment (vamci) and vascular dementia (vad) in performances on camcog subscales. method: elderly individuals (n=61) were divided into 3 groups, according to cognitive and neuroimaging status: 16 controls, 20 vamci and 25 vad. vamci and vad individuals scored over 4 points on the hachinski ischemic scale. results: significant differences in total camcog scores were observed across the three groups (p<0.001). vad subjects performed worse than those with vamci in most camcog subscales (p<0.001). all subscales showed differences between controls and vad (p<0.001). performance on abstract thinking showed difference between vamci and controls (p<0.001). conclusion: camcog discriminated controls from vamci and vad. assessment of abstract thinking may be useful as a screening item for diagnosis of vamci.
Binswanger's disease and quantitative fractional anisotropy
Engelhardt, Eliasz;Moreira, Denise Madeira;Alves, Gilberto Sousa;Lanna, Maria Elisa Oliveira;Alves, Carlos Eduardo de Oliveira;Ericeira-Valente, Letice;Sudo, Felipe Kenji;Laks, Jerson;
Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0004-282X2009000200002
Abstract: objective: to study the integrity of the white matter in binswanger's disease (bd) patients with quantitative fractional anisotropy (dti-fa). method: controls (12) and patients with bd (12) were included. scans performed with mr (ge signa horizon/1.5t). fazekas's score=6 with white matter hyperintensities extension >75% assessed on flair scans. standard parameters for dti-fa were used. rois placed in symmetrical regions on two axial planes, data pooled in anterior (frontal) and posterior (temporo-parieto-occipital) regions. analysis with functool. statistics for anterior and posterior regions comparison. results: dti-fa showed reduction of anisotropy, reflecting axonal damage and demyelination of fibers, more prominent in anterior in relation to posterior region, in bd patients in comparison to controls. conclusion: loss of integrity of fiber tracts reflects interruption of neural networks that subserve cognitive, behavioral, and motor integration. the more severely affected frontal region is related to executive dysfunction, a characteristic feature of binswanger's disease.
Efeito do controle químico da mosca-branca na incidência do vírus-do-mosaico-dourado e na produtividade do feijoeiro
Barbosa, Flávia Rabelo;Siqueira, Katia Maria Medeiros de;Souza, Eduardo Alves de;Moreira, Wellington Antonio;Haji, Francisca Nemaura Pedrosa;Alencar, José Adalberto de;
Pesquisa Agropecuária Brasileira , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-204X2002000600018
Abstract: the objective of this work was to evaluate the effect of insecticides on the control of whitefly (bemisia argentifolii bellows & perring, 1994), on golden mosaic virus incidence and on common bean yield. seed treatment with the insecticides imidachloroprid or thiamethoxam followed by insecticide sprays at weekly internals were used. the experiment was conducted in a randomized complete block design in an irrigated area in petrolina, pe, brazil, with five treatments and four replicates. the chemical control decreased significantly the number of eggs, nymphs and adults, and also the percentage of infection by the golden mosaic virus in the bean crop. grain yields for chemical treatments in the tilled plots ranged from 1,930 to 2,405 kg/ha, while the control yielded 1,490 kg/ha. there were no significant differences for number of pods per plant and for 100-seed weight.
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