International Journal of Cognition and Behaviour is an open access, peer reviewed journal that deals with the aspects of cognition and behaviour that mainly relates to learning and memory, language acquisition, knowledge processes and the way in which the brains normally represent and process information in the context of specific cognitive disorders. The journal is open and integrates traditional psychophysical methods, advanced cellular and molecular biology techniques and modern brain-scan technology for cognitive, behavioural and neural plasticity studies.
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Open Access DOI:10.23937/2690-3172/1710010
Dhouha Bacha, Wael Ferjaoui, Lasaad Gharbi, Sana Ben Slama and Ahlem Lahmar
Article Type: Editorial | First Published: October 15, 2020
Etymologically the word chiasm comes from the Greek word khiasmós which means crossing. The chiasm construction is a repetition crossing 2 segments A-B around a center C creating an AB/C/BA structure. This is a rhetorical figure of speech expressing repetition. In linguistics, the purpose of repetition is the emphasis on the message to be conveyed. In pedagogy, the 3 goals of repetition are: Consolidation, deepening and feedback. In the domain of procedural knowledge, repetition makes it possib...
Open Access DOI:10.23937/2690-3172/1710009
Seema Saini, Paresh Golwala, M.S., Lata Parmar, PhD, Devashish Tiwari, PhD, and Tushar J Palekar, PhD
Article Type: Research Article | First Published: October 15, 2020
Literature showed that patients with Chronic Low Back Pain (CLBP) have slowed speeds of information processing and working memory. Methods for assessment of cognition behaviour are decisive for the implementation Of Cognitive behavioural therapies. There remains a large component of the adherence process not assessed, while treating non specific chronic Low back Pain, and the known role for treatment appraisals and beliefs necessitating the pursuit of improved assessment methods. The purpose of ...
Open Access DOI:10.23937/2690-3172/1710008
Meenakshi Banerjee and Keshav Kumar
Article Type: Case Report | First Published: October 01, 2020
Individuals suffering from Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) and those who are vulnerable to depression show biases in attention, memory, and interpretation. These individuals are likely to focus attention on and also tend to remember mood-congruent information. They are also likely to interpret uncertain scenarios in a negative manner. On the whole, these biases are known to affect their ability to interpret an emotional situation predominantly in a negative manner, which later develops into an e...
Open Access DOI:10.23937/2690-3172/1710007
Grégoire Favre, Sibylle K Horat, François R Herrmann, Isabelle Gothuey, Marco CG Merlo and Pascal Missonnier
Article Type: Original Article | First Published: July 31, 2020
The Deese-Roediger-McDermott (DRM) task is a typical experimental paradigm used to induce false memory production. Previous investigations using event-related potentials (ERPs) revealed differences in a late negative component, FN400, in healthy subjects performing the DRM. However, false memory production may be related to the earlier engagement of cortical circuits. To date, there is no study exploring the electrophysiological activation of early and late neural networks DRM-related in healthy...
Open Access DOI:10.23937/2690-3172/1710006
Zsuzsanna Elek, Zsolt Rónai, János Réthelyi, Enikő Csilla Kiss, István Tiringer, Ernő Hupuczi, László Martin, János Kállai
Article Type: Research Article | First Published: July 25, 2020
The genetic predisposition for the psychological resilience has an essential role in the phenotype of adaptive and successful behavior, but the functional repertoire of bio-psychological bases for the adaptive personality growth is until uncompleted. Besides dopaminergic and serotoninergic system-related genes is required to reveal a new genetic target for understanding the potential biological mechanism of resilience. The object of this study was to examine the role of different genetic polymor...
Open Access DOI:10.23937/2690-3172/1710005
Upendra Singh, Sweta and Bhupendra Singh
Article Type: Original Article | First Published: April 20, 2020
Cross sectional hospital based technique was used for the study. Total 98 children with intellectual disability along with their caregivers were recruited through systematic sampling from outpatient department of District Mental Health Program Unit (DMHP), District Hospital, of Bihar. Informed consent was sought from the participants and structured socio-demographic data sheet and family burden interview schedule was administered....
Open Access DOI:10.23937/ijcb-2017/1710004
Huong TM Pham and Betsy Ng
Article Type: Review Article | First Published: June 03, 2019
Creativity is increasingly valued as a skill for the future workplaces. Educators and employers are paying more and more attention to creativity training, the effectiveness of which relies on an understanding of creativity influencing factors. Yet, the seed for creativity might be sawn early in life and nurtured through years in family and school. Links between parenting styles and creativity have been reported in literature. However, parenting styles only explain for a small variation in creati...
Open Access DOI:10.23937/ijcb-2017/1710003
Uzi Levi, Roni Laslo-Roth and Eyal Rosenstreich
Article Type: Research Article | First Published: November 21, 2018
This study examined the feasibility of the Microsoft Kinect sensor for assessing mediolateral trunk sway and its associations with cognitive abilities. To this end, young adults and elderlies were sampled and performed various gait and balance tasks under single- and dual-task paradigms. Although reliable, Kinect's ability to assess cognition through movement was not conclusive. Specifically, the Kinect distinguished between young- and old-adults gait, but not between young-adults with and witho...
Open Access DOI:10.23937/ijcb-2017/1710002
Mehrnaz Moattari, Farahnaz Moattari2, Gholamreza Kaka, Homa Mohseni Kouchesfahani, Seyed Homayoon Sadraie and Majid Naghdi
Article Type: Research Article | First Published: October 12, 2018
Addiction refers to "loss of control" and "despite adverse consequences". Substance-free addiction (or behavioral addiction) covers pathological gambling, food addiction, internet addiction, and mobile phone addiction. Nowadays, much has been said about new Medias and technologies addiction that connect us and make us lonely at the same time, consequently, leads to adverse mental health disadvantageous. Smartphones are increased rapidly as an indispensable member of our everyday life for most pe...
Open Access DOI:10.23937/ijcb-2017/1710001
Afonso Caricati Neto and Leandro Bueno Bergantin
Article Type: Review Article | First Published: November 18, 2017
Due to the involvement of the imbalance of Ca2+ homeostasis in neuronal cells in the pathogenesis of several neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer's Disease (AD), the use of drugs to prevent or attenuate this imbalance emerged as a new therapeutic perspective for this disease. Then, our recent discovery of the involvement of the interaction between intracellular signaling pathways mediated by Ca2+ and cAMP (Ca2+/cAMP signaling interaction) in the neurotransmission and neuroprotection, an...
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