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Messung und Behandlung von kreislaufbedingten Lernstörungen

  • Börje Cronholm

Zusammenfassung

Mentale Störungen mit Beeinträchtigung der kognitiven Funktionen können durch unzureichende Blutversorgung des Gehirns aufgrund verschiedener Zirkulationsstörungen entstehen. Das Hauptziel dieser Arbeit besteht darin, über eine Reihe von Untersuchungen zu berichten, die die nachteiligen Wirkungen herabgesetzter Hirndurchblutung auf die Lern Vorgänge betreffen und mögliche Wege zu besprechen, wie man ihnen entgegenwirken kann.

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