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A complete guide to Cognitive problems after stroke

A complete guide to Cognitive problems after stroke

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talk about cognitive problems or cognitive impairment. Cognitive problems happen because of damage to your brain. Different parts of your brain control different things. If the part of your brain that controls your cognition is damaged by your stroke, then this can affect your ability to do certain things. Cognitive problems are very common after

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A complete guide to Cognitive problems after stroke

A complete guide to Cognitive problems after stroke

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cognitive problems or cognitive impairment. Cognitive problems happen because of damage to your brain. Different parts of your brain control different things. If one of the parts of your brain that control cognition is damaged by a stroke, then this can affect your ability to do certain things. Cognitive problems are very common after a stroke.

  Cognitive

Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

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Cognitive restructuring An ability to identify important themes that would benefit from cognitive restructuring (based on the client’s narrative and exposure homework), and to introduce this approach at an appropriate point in the therapy An ability to explain the rationale for cognitive restructuring and to help the client

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Fostering and Measuring Skills Improving Cognitive and …

Fostering and Measuring Skills Improving Cognitive and …

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Reliable measures of non-cognitive skills are available, and they are discussed in this paper. In developing any measure of non-cognitive skills, it is essential to recognise that all measures of skill are based on performance of some task. Traditional personality tests are based on the performance of the task of self-description.

  Skills, Measuring, Fostering, Cognitive, Fostering and measuring skills, Non cognitive skills

Academic Tenacity - Stanford Graduate School of Education

Academic Tenacity - Stanford Graduate School of Education

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mindsets and non-cognitive skills matter and how best to impart them in educational settings. Psychological factors—often called motivational or non-cognitive factors—can matter even more than cognitive factors for students’ academic performance. These may include students’ beliefs about themselves, their feelings about school,

  Skills, Academic, Cognitive, Non cognitive skills

A Guide to Cognitive Development and Learning

A Guide to Cognitive Development and Learning

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ognitive development and learning in the early years is interwoven with devel-opment and learning in all other domains. Six noted experts have been brought together to create this second edition of the Program for Infant/Toddler Care (PITC) Guide to Cognitive Development and Learning. It focuses on discover-

  Development, Guide, Learning, Cognitive, Guide to cognitive development and learning

Digit Symbol Substitution - National Institutes of Health

Digit Symbol Substitution - National Institutes of Health

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May 26, 2005 · seconds. In this test the higher the score the better the person’s performance. When administered as part of the cognitive vitality substudy, the DSST will be administered as the last test in the cognitive vitality substudy series of measurements. 2. Equipment and supplies • No. 2 pencils with eraser • Stop watch • DSS task sheet

  Tests, Symbols, Cognitive

Theories of Human Development - SAGE Publications Inc

Theories of Human Development - SAGE Publications Inc

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Cognitive Development Theory, and Ecological System Theory; 2. identify the J. Piagetian Stages of Cognitive Development as they appear at different periods of development; ... (sphincters), the focus shifts from oral stimulation to controlling bladder and : bowel movements. Toilet training is a primary issue with children and parents.

  Sage, Publication, Cognitive, Stimulation, Sage publications inc

METHODS OF PSYCHOLOGY

METHODS OF PSYCHOLOGY

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Methods of Psychology 2 ... Cognitive Approach: The cognitive approach emerged as an alternative to the mechanistic paradigm of behaviourism. This approach mainly focuses on the study ... purpose of study or research is to develop principles and theories, test them and apply for solving different human problems. In this way we develop dependable

  Research, Methods, Psychology, Cognitive

Scaffolding Reading Comprehension Skills - ed

Scaffolding Reading Comprehension Skills - ed

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“To what extent do Non-native English Language teachers use cognitive and metacognitive Scaffolding strategies for developing Reading comprehension skills?” From this main question, there following sub-questions are derived: • To what extent do Non-native teachers of English in intermediate schools use scaffolding strategies to

  Skills, Reading, Comprehension, Cognitive, Scaffolding, Scaffolding reading comprehension skills

2022 IEEE Publications APC Charges List

2022 IEEE Publications APC Charges List

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Cognitive and Developmental Systems, IEEE Trans. TCDS CIS $110 $200 $2,195 10 6 4 15 20 Cognitive Communications and Networking, IEEE Trans. TCCN COMSOC $110 $220 $2,195 10 ... Fuzzy Systems, IEEE Trans. TFUZZ CIS $110 $200 $2,195 10 6 3 15 Games, IEEE Trans. TG CIS $110 $200 $2,195 10 6 4 15 20 Geoscience and Remote

  Lists, Charges, Publication, Ieee, Cognitive, Fuzzy, Ieee publications apc charges list

Bipolar Disorder Assessment and Treatment Protocol

Bipolar Disorder Assessment and Treatment Protocol

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Cognitive Behavior Psychoeducation Elements of effective depression treatment include: activity selection, caregiver coping, cognitive processing, communication skills, maintenance/relapse prevention, problem solving, psychoeducation, and social skills training. DSM-5 Bipolar Disorder Criteria: Bipolar I Disorder

  Disorders, Cognitive, Bipolar, Bipolar disorder

SKILLS FOR 2030 - OECD

SKILLS FOR 2030 - OECD

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Cognitive skills are a set of thinking strategies that enable the use of language, numbers, reasoning and acquired knowledge. They comprise verbal, nonverbal and higher-order thinking skills. Metacognitive skills include learning-to-learn skills and the ability to recognise one’s knowledge, skills, attitudes and values (OECD, 2018 [1]).

  Skills, Code, 2003, Cognitive, Cognitive skills, Skills for 2030

The Symbol-Digit Modalities Test in Mild Cognitive ...

The Symbol-Digit Modalities Test in Mild Cognitive ...

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ment Disorders Society criteria [6] for mild cognitive impairment (PD-MCI), and those who did not (PD-N); a group of healthy con - trols (NC), matched for age, sex and education was also recruited. The study was approved by the Upper South B Regional Ethics Committee, New Zealand (reference URB/11/06/010). Eye Tracking System

  Impairment, Ment, Cognitive, Mild, Mild cognitive impairment, Mild cognitive

A Level Psychology - Edexcel

A Level Psychology - Edexcel

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Topic 2: Cognitive psychology 10 Topic 3: Biological psychology 15 Topic 4: Learning theories 19 Topic 5: Clinical psychology 24 ... and research methods covered in the qualification. This qualification consists of three externally examined papers.

  Research, Methods, Research methods, Psychology, Cognitive, Cognitive psychology

HEALTH ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT - Centers for Disease …

HEALTH ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT - Centers for Disease

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cognitive performance (e.g., attention, concentration), classroom behavior (e.g., on-task behavior), and educational outcomes (e.g., standardized test scores, reading literacy scores, math luency scores) among students. 28, 45–50 Participation in extracurricular physical activities such as interscholastic sports has been

  Tests, Center, Disease, Centers for disease, Cognitive

COGNITION Chapter 1: Introduction Fundamentals of ...

COGNITION Chapter 1: Introduction Fundamentals of ...

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Research Methods in Psychology: • Students will understand basic methodological approaches used in cognitive psychology, including research design, analysis, and interpretation. Goal 3. Critical Thinking Skills in Psychology: • Students will understand and be able to use critical and creative thinking,

  Research, Methods, Research methods, Psychology, Cognitive, In cognitive psychology

In home Cognitive Stimulation Guidebook - UAB

In home Cognitive Stimulation Guidebook - UAB

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Fine Motor – activities used to stimulate movement of the muscles in the fingers, hands and forearms. Language – activities to stimulate one or more of four basic language skills. 1. Listening ‐ hearing what is said. 2. Speaking ‐ communicating ideas with spoken language 3.

  Motor, Home, Guidebook, Fine, Cognitive, Stimulation, Fine motor, In home cognitive stimulation guidebook

Effective Learning Techniques: Promising © The Author(s ...

Effective Learning Techniques: Promising © The Author(s ...

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Improving Students’ Learning With Effective Learning Techniques: Promising Directions From Cognitive and Educational Psychology John Dunlosky1, Katherine A. Rawson1, Elizabeth J. Marsh2, Mitchell J. Nathan3, and Daniel T. Willingham4 1Department of Psychology, Kent State University; 2Department of Psychology and Neuroscience, Duke University;

  Learning, Technique, Cognitive, Learning techniques

What Are the Benefits of Mindfulness? A Practice Review of ...

What Are the Benefits of Mindfulness? A Practice Review of ...

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behavior in terms of individuals’ thoughts, feelings, and desires. Both constructs emphasize the temporary, subjective, and fluid nature of mental states and both are thought to enhance affect regulation and cognitive flexibility (Wallin, 2007). Mindfulness differs from mentalizing in that mindfulness is both being aware of

  Behavior, Cognitive

HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY; TENTH EDITION - Perpustakaan

HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY; TENTH EDITION - Perpustakaan

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Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (CBT) 50 Self-Monitoring 50 Stimulus Control 51 The Self-Control of Behavior 51 BOX 3.1 Classical Conditioning 52 BOX 3.2 Operant Conditioning 53 BOX 3.3 Modeling 54 ... Eating Disorders 91 Anorexia Nervosa 91 …

  Therapy, Disorders, Eating, Behavior, Cognitive, Eating disorders, Behavior therapy

Semi Structured Interview Questions for a Parent/Guardian ...

Semi Structured Interview Questions for a Parent/Guardian ...

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Semi Structured Interview Questions for a Parent/Guardian of a Child 56. Tell me about (cite childs name: Toileting, Feeding (use of spoon, fork, cup), dressing, Grooming (brushing teeth, hair, taking a bath): Cognitive Functioning 57. How well does (cite childs name) learn things? 58.

  Interview, Cognitive

THE IMPACT OF SCIENCE ON SOCIETY

THE IMPACT OF SCIENCE ON SOCIETY

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your cognitive model. This is the construct, both experiential and genetic in origin, that you use to check up on all the separate bits of me and everything else you experience, mentally and physically, for identification purposes. You are using a recognition system made up of dedicated cells, each one firing in reaction to the one highly

  Cognitive

TF-CBT Treatment Components Summary PRACTICE

TF-CBT Treatment Components Summary PRACTICE

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Oct 17, 2017 · feelings associated with the abuse and apply the coping skills they learned in therapy. ! Trauma-specific cognitive coping and processing is an important part of this component. Therapists help children modify thinking errors or unhelpful thoughts as they come up during the creation and discussion of the narratives.

  Therapy, Children, Cognitive, Tf cbt

Multisystemic Therapy (MST) Overview

Multisystemic Therapy (MST) Overview

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Comprehensive review of more that 900 programs --MST is a Blueprint for serious, violent and/or substance abusing youth Multisystemic Therapy (MST) ... • Cognitive behavior therapy • Pragmatic family therapies - Structural Family Therapy - Strategic Family Therapy • Pharmacological interventions (e.g., for ADHD) ...

  Overview, Therapy, Comprehensive, Behavior, Cognitive, Multisystemic therapy, Multisystemic, Cognitive behavior therapy

Evidence-based Recidivism Reduction (EBRR) Programs and ...

Evidence-based Recidivism Reduction (EBRR) Programs and ...

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STAGES Program (High intensity CBT for SMI and personality disorder inmates) 12-18 months 20 hours/week 500 Florence High; Terre Haute - Medium Cognitions, Mental Health Skills Program (CBT and educational residential programs for inmates with cognitive impairments) 12-18 months 20 hours/week 500 Danbury; Coleman-Medium

  Stage, Cognitive

Understanding Drug Abuse and Addiction

Understanding Drug Abuse and Addiction

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impair cognitive function. Brain imaging studies of drug-addicted individuals show changes in areas of the brain that are critical to judgment, decisionmaking, learning and memory, and behavior control. Together, these changes can drive an abuser to seek out and take drugs compulsively despite adverse, even devastating consequences—

  Behavior, Cognitive

Siamese Neural Networks for One-shot Image Recognition

Siamese Neural Networks for One-shot Image Recognition

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learning from the point of view of cognitive science, ad-dressing one-shot learning for character recognition with a method called Hierarchical Bayesian Program Learning (HBPL) (2013). In a series of several papers, the authors modeled the process of drawing characters generatively to decompose the image into small pieces (Lake et al.,2011; 2012).

  Learning, Cognitive

Learning Domains and Learning Outcomes

Learning Domains and Learning Outcomes

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Cognitive – involves knowledge and the development of intellectual skills. This includes the recall or recognition of specific facts, procedural patterns, and concepts that serve in the development of intellectu al abilities and skills. 2. Affective – involves the manner in which people deal with things emotionally, such as feelings,

  Abilities, Cognitive

Attention drainage effect: How background music effects ...

Attention drainage effect: How background music effects ...

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cognitive tasks, this study focuses on how different types of music may distract or impair the student’s concentration during a reading comprehension task. The main goal of the study is to compare the variables of classical and hip hop music to determine which type of background

  Background, Effect, Cognitive, Drainage, Attention, Impairs, Attention drainage effect, How background

Assessing Young Children - Pearson Assessments

Assessing Young Children - Pearson Assessments

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cognitive, social, and emotional––and not at the same pace through each. No two children are the same; each child has a unique rate of development. In addition, no two children have the same family, cultural, and experiential backgrounds. Clearly, these variables mean that a “one-size-fits-all” assessment will not meet

  Assessment, Children, Cognitive

Men and Depression

Men and Depression

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to the depression. Therapy can also help men understand and work through difficult situations or relationships that may be causing their depression or making it worse. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), interpersonal therapy (IPT), and problem-solving therapy are examples of evidence-based talk therapy treatments for depression.

  Behavioral, Therapy, Cognitive, Cognitive behavioral therapy

The Context of Special Needs in Ireland

The Context of Special Needs in Ireland

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Diabetes Asthma Dyspraxia (difficulty with motor co-ordination) ... Muscular dystrophy Cerebral palsy HIV and AIDS Intellectual or cognitive development: Borderline general learning disability Mild general learning disability Moderate general learning disability ... to decline rapidly and many of the schools and institutions formally run by ...

  Special, Context, Ireland, Needs, Diabetes, Cognitive, Decline, The context of special needs in ireland

PHYSICAL EXAMINATION FORM - New York City

PHYSICAL EXAMINATION FORM - New York City

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Mentally capable means to lack any medical conditions that might impair cognitive function or emotional state to the extent that the applicant cannot complete the responsibilities of the license. Medically fit applicants must not be suffering from medical conditions or undergoing any medical treatment that is likely to cause sudden loss of

  York, New york city, City, Physical, Cognitive, Impairs, Cognitive impair

A Summary of the Effects of Captivity on Orcas

A Summary of the Effects of Captivity on Orcas

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a male orca, the same stressors impair captive orcas’ immune systems so that they have a mortality rate two and a half times higher than wild orcas, notwithstanding ... Along with their complex intelligence and cognitive abilities, orcas are among the most highly social, far-ranging, communicative, and culturally complex mammals

  Cognitive, Impairs

HIGHLIGHTS OF PRESCRIBING INFORMATION BELSOMRA

HIGHLIGHTS OF PRESCRIBING INFORMATION BELSOMRA

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BELSOMRA can impair driving skills and may increase the risk of falling asleep while driving. Discontinue or decrease the dose in patients who drive if daytime somnolence develops. In a study of healthy adults, ... A variety of cognitive and behavioral changes (e.g., amnesia, anxiety, hallucinations and other neuro­ ...

  Cognitive, Impairs

Hunger & Health The Impact of Poverty, Food Insecurity ...

Hunger & Health The Impact of Poverty, Food Insecurity ...

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adequate healthy food can impair a child’s ability to concentrate and perform well in school and is ... Lower health status108,109 Diabetes110,111 Lower cognitive function112 Lower health-related quality of life113 Functional limitations114 Lower intakes of …

  Poverty, Cognitive, Impairs

e n t a l D isord Journal of Mental Disorders M T J and ...

e n t a l D isord Journal of Mental Disorders M T J and ...

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receptor stimulation produces the opposite effect. In addition to the stimulation of adenylate cyclase, D 1 ... mediates cognitive and emotional behaviour. Levels of dopamine in the brain, especially the prefrontal cortex, help in improved working memory and attentions. However, this is a delicate balance and as levels

  Cognitive, Stimulation

Researching Effective Pedagogy in the Early Years

Researching Effective Pedagogy in the Early Years

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Appendix 7: Cognitive challenge 148 Appendix 8: Examples from the Target Child Observations (TCO) of children learning through child initiated play 149 Appendix 9: ICT subscale based on the ECERS-E 155 Acknowledgements: Thanks are due to the EPPE Team researchers, especially Brenda Taggart and Bet

  Cognitive, Subscales

Findings on Student Use of Social Media at the Collegiate ...

Findings on Student Use of Social Media at the Collegiate ...

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This finding supports earlier meta-analytic findings by Means et al. (2009). Beyond the question of simple personal preferences with respect to the use of social media in the classroom, it may be more important to discuss the ways social media (or any media) is used in the ... collaboration, identity work, or have positive cognitive, social ...

  Team, Classroom, Cognitive

The Relationship between Teacher Expectations and ... - ed

The Relationship between Teacher Expectations and ... - ed

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of learning we need to consider the importance of both cognitive and affective variables. One of the most salient ... Dusek and Joseph conducted a meta-analysis of research on teacher expectancies and conclude that student characteristics such as student's conduct in the school, race, classroom conduct, and social class “were related to ...

  Team, Classroom, Cognitive

What is mild cognitive impairment (MCI)? - Alzheimer's

What is mild cognitive impairment (MCI)? - Alzheimer's

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impact on everyday activities, this may suggest dementia. Most healthy people experience a gradual decline in mental abilities as part . of ageing. In someone with MCI, however, the decline in mental abilities is greater than in normal ageing. For example, it’s common in normal ageing

  Impairment, Dementia, Cognitive, Decline, Cognitive impairment

Mental Health Assessment Tools - Drugs and Alcohol

Mental Health Assessment Tools - Drugs and Alcohol

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PSYRATS – Delusions Subscale ... Scores under 17 suggests a severe cognitive impairment MMSE is a screening tool as opposed to a diagnostic tool. References: Anthony JC, LeResche L, Niaz U, VonKorff MR and Folstein MF (1982) Limits of the mini-mental state as a screening test for dementia and delirium

  Cognitive, Subscales

No. 3 Way to Determine Your Counseling Theoretical ...

No. 3 Way to Determine Your Counseling Theoretical ...

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existential, Adlerian, person-centered, cognitive, behavioral, Gestalt, family therapy, feminist, mul - ticultural, solutions-focused, narrative therapy, strengths-based, reality therapy, and integrative therapy. For each subscale, simply take the num-bers and add up your total score. Your highest score reveals the theory with which you feel the

  Cognitive, Subscales

Unit 4: Development Through the Life Stages - Edexcel

Unit 4: Development Through the Life Stages - Edexcel

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1 Know stages of growth and development throughout the human lifespan ... cognitive changes; muscular-skeletal, eg rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, effects of degenerative disease, muscle wasting due to poor absorption of nutrients; skin, eg loss …

  Development, Unit, Life, Through, Stage, Cognitive, Unit 4, Development through the life stages

Cognitive Training for Older Adults: What Is It and Does ...

Cognitive Training for Older Adults: What Is It and Does ...

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Cognitive Training Cognitive Stimulation. Cognitive Rehabilitation Description. Uses repetitive exercises keyed to specific cognitive abilities. May be computer-as-sisted or delivered in person individually or in small groups. Engagement with activities involving some mental : processing in a social context. Aims to be enjoyable.

  Cognitive, Stimulation, Cognitive stimulation

Cognitive Assessment Questionnaire

Cognitive Assessment Questionnaire

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The cognitive assessment questionnaire, originally called the cognitive failures questionnaire (CFQ) was developed by Broadbent et al. (1982) to assess the frequency with which people experienced cognitive failures, such as absent-mindedness, in everyday life - slips and errors of perception, memory, and motor functioning.

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