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**Background:** Currently, sedentariness is assessed over a short period of time, thus it isdifficult to study its cognitive implications. To investigate the cognitive consequences of a sedentarylifestyle, the past level (i.e., the sedentary time …

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Embodied and situated cognition predicts direct interactions between sensorimotor and cognitive processing. This perspective presents evidence of such interactions by focusing on sensory and memory processing in young adults and the mechanisms …

Protocol of the Study on Emergency Health Care Workers’ Responses Evaluated by Karasek Questionnaire: The SEEK-Study Protocol

Background: Stress is a significant public health concern that can be self-evaluated using the job control demands model from Karasek. Emergency health care workers are particularly exposed to stress because of the intrinsic characteristics …

The retrospective and present judgment of the passage of time in the elderly

This study examined the judgment of the passage of time in elderly people living in retirement homes, focusing on the passage of time experienced in the present and that judged retrospectively for short periods (last day, week, month) and longer …

Amyloid Burden and White Matter Hyperintensities Mediate Age-Related Cognitive Differences

In this cross-sectional study, we have sought to examine the additive vs synergistic contribution of beta-amyloid (Aβ) and white matter hyperintensities (WMH) across seven cognitive domains in 104 cognitively normal elderly individuals. A primary …

Executive deficits in schizophrenia: Mediation by processing speed and its relationships with aging

**Background**: Executive deficits are a core characteristic of schizophrenia. Yet, the origin of these impairments remains unclear as they may be caused by processing slowing. This issue is of particular interest for aging insofar as cognitive aging …

Executive functions in schizophrenia aging: differential effects of age within specific executive functions

There are common cognitive and brain abnormalities in schizophrenia and healthy aging which may cumulate in schizophrenia aging. However, the course of executive deficits in late-life schizophrenia is still controversial as it remains unclear whether …

Stress management in obesity during a thermal spa residential programme (ObesiStress): Protocol for a randomised controlled trial study

**Introduction:** Stress and obesity are two public health issues. The relationship between obesity and stress is biological through the actions of stress on the major hormones that regulate appetite (leptin, ghrelin). Many spa resorts in France are …

Effects of a short residential thermal spa program to prevent work-related stress/burnout on stress biomarkers: the ThermStress proof of concept study

**Objective:** Work-related stress is a public health issue. Stress has multiple physical and psychological consequences, the most serious of which are increased mortality and cardiovascular morbidity. The ThermStress protocol was designed to offer a …

Education as a moderator of the relationship between episodic memory and amyloid load in normal aging

The current study explored whether education, a proxy of cognitive reserve, modifies the association between episodic memory performance and βeta-amyloid load (Aβ), a biomarker of Alzheimer’s disease, in a cohort of cognitively normal elderly adults. …