Online journals follow a systematic pattern with a particular style which is universally followed to avoid confusion. All the information should be unbiased, readily proven and can be challenged in any kind of situation. Each and every fact should be made clear by providing proper evidence thereby encouraging true scholar and safeguarding copyrights. Following such stringent rules and evaluation can be costly, so publishers charge from the users who access the information, but, it will obstruct research as young researchers can afford it. Alternatively, fees can be charged from the researcher who has made the research and it can be free to the user who is interested in research thus, increasing the popularity and reputation to scholar and enhancing knowledge to user.
Cognition is the mental act or process by which knowledge is acquired, including perception, intuition, and reasoning. Cognitive impairment is the strongest determinant of poor functional outcomes. Conventional psychopharmacology has only minimally improved cognition. Mounting evidence of structural abnormalities as well as neuroplastic, neurochemical and circuitry impairments suggest potential etiologies for understanding the altered neurological functions underlying cognitive deficits in schizophrenia. These deficits are also manifest in intentionality, or Theory of Mind (ToM). It is increasingly becoming apparent that patients with Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy (JME) experience difficulties with various aspects of cognition. Studies that have attempted to find specific seizure-related factors contributing to and predicting cognitive dysfunction have provided conflicting and inconclusive results.
Last date updated on July, 2014