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16 resulaten gevonden voor Cognitive functioning in trials

Is there a relationship between pain, cognitive functioning, mood and motor activity in patients suffering from multiple sclerosis
- TRIAL ID
NTR6653
- ACRONYMn.a.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing in Older Adults
- TRIAL ID
NTR6569
- ACRONYM
PHysical activity InTerventions to enhance LEARNing in vocational education and training - Observational study (study 1)
- TRIAL ID
NTR6358
- ACRONYMPHIT2LEARN - Observational study (study 1)
A good beginning: Sit-stand workstations in the primary school classroom
- TRIAL ID
NTR6313
- ACRONYM
The implementation project ‘Don’t forget the mouth!’
- TRIAL ID
NTR6159
- ACRONYMDFTM!
Computer training and strategy instruction for children and adolescents with acquired brain injury.
- TRIAL ID
NTR5639
- ACRONYMBrainLevel
Working memory training in children with neuropsychiatric disorders and mild to borderline intellectual disabilities
- TRIAL ID
NTR5223
- ACRONYMWMT in children with neuropsychiatric disorders and MBID
Cognitive deficits in brain tumor patients after neurosurgery: incidence, severity and prediction of outcome
- TRIAL ID
NTR5194
- ACRONYM
Establishing the length of physical activity needed to improve cognitive performance in Dutch adolescents (11-14 years).
- TRIAL ID
NTR4886
- ACRONYM
How does the cognitive functioning of geriatric patients influence the motor function?
- TRIAL ID
NTR4547
- ACRONYM
A treatmentstudy for apathy in schizophrenia.
- TRIAL ID
NTR3805
- ACRONYMTRENSS2
Growing Old Together.
- TRIAL ID
NTR3499
- ACRONYMGOT
Drug addictions: Marketing and brain activity.
- TRIAL ID
NTR3428
- ACRONYMmarketing and brain activity
Cognitive functioning in COPD patients.
- TRIAL ID
NTR3352
- ACRONYM
Effects of temporary discontinuation of antihypertensive treatment in older patients with cognitive impairment: A randomised controlled trial.
- TRIAL ID
NTR2829
- ACRONYMDANTE-Leiden
Effect of high frequency rTMS on negative symptoms and cognitive functioning in schizophrenia
- TRIAL ID
NTR1261
- ACRONYMTreNSS