Originally published in 1990, this book constitutes an objective evaluation of different cognitive rehabilitation techniques in relation to different types of brain injury at different stages of recovery. Various forms of cognitive rehabilitation are reviewed and clinical techniques are evaluated on the basis of their ability to restore functional independence or produce behaviour change, and improve aspects of cognitive ability.
Acknowledgements. List of Contributors. Preface. Part 1: Introduction 1. Towards a Model of Cognitive Rehabilitation Rodger Ll. Wood Part 2: Rehabilitation of Attention Disorders 2. The Remediation of Attentional Disorders Following Brain Injury of Acute Onset John M. Gray 3. The Use of Computers in the Rehabilitation of Attention Disorders Jennie Ponsford 4. The Management of Acquired Attention and Memory Deficits Catherine A. Mateer, McKay Moore Sohlberg and P.K. Youngman Part 3: Rehabilitation of Memory Disorders 5. The Process Diary Concept: An Approach in Training Orientation, Memory and Behaviour Control Arnstein Finset and Sverre Andresen 6. Memory Strategies for Closed Head Injured Patients. Do Lessons in Cognitive Psychology Help? Betto G. Deelman, Ina J. Berg and Marthe Koning-Haanstra Part 4: Rehabilitation of Reasoning and Problem Solving Abilities 7. Hypothesis Forming and Computerized Cognitive Therapy Azriel Evyatar, Max J. Stern, Margalit Schem-Tov and Zeev Groswasser 8. Frontal Lobe Dysfunctions in Patients – Therapeutical Approaches D.Y. von Cramon and G. Matthes-von Cramon Part 5: Cognitive Approaches to the Rehabilitation of Behaviour Disorders 9. Rehabilitation of Dyscontrol Syndromes Following Frontal Lobe Damage: A Cognitive Neuropsychological Approach Paul W. Burgess and Nick Alderman 10. Integrating Cognition and Behaviour: A Pragmatic Approach to Brain Injury Rehabilitation Nick Alderman and Paul W. Burgess 11. Behavioural Learning Therapies for the Traumatically Brain-Injured Patient C. Alan Hopewell, William H. Burke, Michael Wesolowski and Richard Zawlocki Part 6: Concluding Remarks 12. Evaluating the Status of Cognitive Rehabilitation Ian Fussey. Author Index. Subject Index.
Neuropsychology is the study of the relationship between behaviour, emotion, and cognition on the one hand, and brain function on the other. Psychology Library Editions: Neuropsychology (12 Volume set) presents titles, originally published between 1981 and 1993, covering a variety of areas within neuropsychology, a relatively new discipline at the time, as it firmly established itself within the field of psychology. It includes contributions from well-respected academics, many still active in neuropsychology today.