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Cognitive impairment (also called cognitive deficit) is a condition in which mental functioning is not good. The term "cognitive impairment" may mean problems with intelligence, like intellectual disability (also called "mental deficiency"). It may also mean specific problems, such as learning disability, slow learning or dyslexia.
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- "Cognitive Impairment" (PDF). The Centers for Disease Control. Retrieved November 23, 2016.