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Concept Neuropsychological Tests
Academic Article Body mass index and neurocognitive functioning across the adult lifespan.
Academic Article Older age does not limit postbariatric surgery cognitive benefits: a preliminary investigation.
Academic Article Mild cognitive impairment is prevalent in persons with severe obesity.
Academic Article Associations between negative affect and binge/purge behaviors in women with anorexia nervosa: Considering the role of negative urgency.
Academic Article The effects of cystatin C and alkaline phosphatase changes on cognitive function 12-months after bariatric surgery.
Academic Article The Mini-Mental State Exam (MMSE) is not sensitive to cognitive impairment in bariatric surgery candidates.
Academic Article Adolescent weight history and adult cognition: before and after bariatric surgery.
Academic Article Patient reports of cognitive problems are not associated with neuropsychological test performance in bariatric surgery candidates.
Academic Article Bariatric surgery patients exhibit improved memory function 12 months postoperatively.
Academic Article Association between binge eating disorder and changes in cognitive functioning following bariatric surgery.
Academic Article Out of control? Inhibition processes in eating disorders from a personality and cognitive perspective.
Academic Article Cognitive function in morbidly obese individuals with and without binge eating disorder.
Academic Article Glucose regulation and cognitive function after bariatric surgery.

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