Cognitive disorders (CDs), also called as neurocognitive disorders (NCDs), are a group of mental health disorders that mostly affect cognitive abilities including learning, memory, perception, and problem solving. Neurocognitive disorders contain delirium, mild neurocognitive disorders, and major neurocognitive disorder (previously known as dementia). They are definite by deficits in cognitive ability that are acquired (as opposed to developmental), naturally represent decline, and may have an underlying brain pathology. The DSM-5 defines 6 key domains of cognitive function: exclusive function, learning and memory, perceptual-motor function, language, varied attention, and social cognition.
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