How do strokes and acute illness affect thinking and memory? Prof Sarah Pendlebury - Open weeks 2015
In this talk Sarah Pendlebury discusses data showing how stroke or infection can impact on thinking and memory (cognitive function) both in the short (days) and longer term (months to years). Patients who experience worsening of cognition in association with acute illness are at increased risk of complications in hospital such as falls and have an increased likelihood of developing dementia in the future.
Description: UCI Math 131A is an introductory course covering basic principles of probability and statistical inference. Axiomatic definition of probability, random variables, probability distribution
This open course provides the student with review of intermediate algebra, geometry, and trigonometry. It is designed for those want to be successful in an introductory college calculus course, but wo
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