Cognitive neurorehabilitation.

Type:
boek
Titel:
Cognitive neurorehabilitation.
Auteur:
Stuss, Donald T.; Robertson, Ian H.; Wincour, Gordon
Jaar:
1999
Taal:
Engels
Uitgever:
Cambridge : Cambridge University, 1999
Paginering:
XII, 385 p.
Plaatsnummer:
GKG.RC353.C64 STUS 1999 (Graaf Karel de Goedelaan Kortrijk)
ISBN:
0521581028
Onderwerp:
Neuropsychologie
Neurorevalidatie
Rehabilitatie
Samenvatting:
Contents: Introduction and overview PART I. MECHANISMS AND PRINCIPLES OF RECOVERY: INTRODUCTION 1. Neuroplasticity and recovery of function after brain injury Bryan Kolb and Robbin Gibb 2. Intracerebral transplantation and regeneration: practical implications Heather Dickinson-Anson, Isabelle Aubert and Fred H. Gage 3. The use of neuroimaging in neurorehabilitative research Cheryl L. Grady and Shitij Kapur 4. Principles of compensation in cognitive neurorehabilitation Roger A. Dixon and Lars Bckman 5. Brain damage, sex hormones and recovery Donald G. Stein, Robin L. Roof and Zoltan L. Fulop 6. The psychosocial environment and cognitive rehabilitation in the elderly Deirdre Dawson, Gordon Winocur and Morris Moscovitch PART II. PHARMACOLOGICAL APPROACHES: INTRODUCTION 7. Pharmacological strategies for neuroprotection and rehabilitation Amy F. T. Arnsten and Douglas H. Smith 8. Neuropharmacologic contributions to the rehabilitation of patients with traumatic brain injury John W. Cassidy, 9. Pharmacological interventions in Alzheimer's Disease Fredda L. Leiter and Jeffrey L. Cummings PART III. CLINICAL AND MANAGEMENT ISSUES: INTRODUCTION 10. Cognitive rehabilitation: leadership and management of the clinical program Virginia M. Mills and Michael P. Alexander 11. Neuropsychological rehabilitation in the interdisciplinary team: the post-acute stage Anne-Lise Christensen and Carla Caetano 12. Outcome measurement in cognitive neurorehabilitation Nadina Lincoln 13. Constraint-induced movement therapy: new approaches to outcome measurement in rehabilitation Gitendra Uswatte and Edward Taub 14. Mood and motivation in rehabilitation Anthony Feinstein 15. Motivation and awareness in cognitive neurorehabilitation George P. Prigatano 16. Family education and family partnership in cognitive rehabilitation Guy-B. Proulx PART IV. NEUROHABILITATION TECHNIQUES: INTRODUCTION 17. The role of theory in aphasia therapy: art or science? Robert T. Wertz 18. Traumatic brain injury: natural history, And efficacy of cognitive rehabilitation Douglas I. Katz and Virginia M. Mills 19. The rehabilitation of attention Ian H. Robertson 20. The rehabilitation of executive disorders Catherine A. Mateer 21. Memory rehabilitation in brain injured people Barbara A. Wilson 22. Memory rehabilitation in the elderly Elizabeth L. Glisky and Martha L. Glisky Epilogue: The new frontier: the future of cognitive rehabilitation.
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