neu·ro·cog·ni·tive .n(y)u̇r-ō-'käg-nət-iv adj of, relating to, or involving the central nervous system and cognitive abilities <\neurocognitive deficits in fragile X syndrome>

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neu·ro·cog·ni·tive (noor″o-kogґnĭ-tiv) said of those aspects of cognition that are most closely connected to specific areas of the brain; cf. neuropsychology.

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