Brain and Cognition

Children’s physical activity and sedentary time compared using assessments of accelerometry counts and muscle activity level
Antonio Palazón-Bru –– New methodology to take into account.
Drug therapy and other factors associated with the development of acute kidney injury in critically ill patients: a cross-sectional study
Minjun Chen –– The study will help the readers better understand the risk factors associated with acute kidney injury
The influence of residual force enhancement on spinal and supraspinal excitability
Tjeerd Boonstra –– The paper further enhances our understanding of muscle mechanics and muscular contraction
A computer-based avatar task designed to assess behavioral inhibition extends to behavioral avoidance but not cognitive avoidance
Jafri Abdullah –– Methodology looks interesting and reproducible
Perceived user preferences and usability evaluation of mainstream wearable devices for health monitoring
Jie Liu –– Health care
Verifiability in computer-aided research: the role of digital scientific notations at the human-computer interface
Daniel Katz –– no comment
Illusory resizing of the painful knee is analgesic in symptomatic knee osteoarthritis
Stephen Macknik –– The use of illusory size changes to body parts—as an analgesic method—is amazing and new. The public will take notice.
Assessing metacognitive beliefs about worry: validation of German versions of the Why Worry Scale II and the Consequences of Worry Scale
Antonio Palazón-Bru –– A scientific evidence to use the German version of the analyzed questionnaire.
The impact of the Wenchuan earthquake on early puberty: a natural experiment
Charlie Zhang –– Large and geographically extensive sample, sound research design and significant results confirming the harmful effects of Wenchuan earthquake on early puberty.
Methods matter: the relationship between strength and hypertrophy depends on methods of measurement and analysis
Scotty Butcher –– This article addresses a major concern in the exercise training literature with implications for many fields including sports science, coaching, rehabilitation, and training. The authors have taken a thoughtful approach to a divergent topic and made sense of the conflicting literature.
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