Neuropsychological Rehabilitation: Fundamentals, Innovations, and Directions, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Neuropsychological Rehabilitation

Fundamentals, Innovations, and Directions, 1st Edition

By Jose Leon-Carrion

CRC Press

592 pages

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This definitive work, the combined effort of 30 international contributors, provides in-depth discussion of neuropsychological rehabilitation, the consequences of brain injury, fundamentals of recovery, current rehabilitation models, and treatment.

Remarkable in the depth of its content, this publication reveals the numerous changes that have occurred over the past decade and the new pathways open to treating TBI. Experts from the United States and Europe detail the consolidation of neuropsychological rehabilitation as an interdisciplinary field with strong clinical and applied roots. The material explores the foundations which support and direct treatment, and it combines those foundations with a vision of the current state of the most innovative methodologies (e.g., gene therapy, post-traumatic sleep disorder intervention, neural transplants).

Table of Contents

PART I: FUNDAMENTALS

A Historical View of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation: The Search for Human Dignity, José León-Carrión, Sevilla, Spain

Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Models, Barbara P. Uzzell, Houston, Texas USA

Rehabilitation and Assessment: Old Tasks Revisited for Computerized Neuropsychological Assessment, José León-Carrión, Sevilla, Spain

The Design of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation: The Role of Neuropsychological Assessment, Carla Caetano and Anne-Lise Christensen, Copenhagen, Denmark

Neuroimaging Assessment in TBI and Stroke: Relevance for Acute and Post-Acute Treatment, Irith Reider-Groswasser , Tel Aviv, Israel; Alex K. Ommaya and Andres M. Salazzar, Rockville, MD, USA

Evaluation of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Programs, Manuel Morales, Sevilla, Spain

PART II: BRAIN INJURY TREATMENTS

Interventions in the Acute Phase of Severe Brain-Injured Patients, José Maria Dominguez-Roldán, Francisco Murillo-Cabezas and Maria Angeles Muñoz-Sánchez, Sevilla, Spain

Definitions, Assessment and Treatment of the Comatose Patient: A Neuropsychological Perspective, David W. Ellis, Christopher D. Royer, and Kenneth B. Goldberg, Cherry Hill, New Jersey, USA

Gene Therapy Strategies for Treatment of Post-Acute Impairment Following Injury to the Central Nervous System, Ronald L. Hayes and Keyi Yang, Houston, Texas USA

Neural Transplants -Manuel Portavella, Univ. of Sevilla, Spain

Neuropharmacological Treatment Following Traumatic Brain Injury: Problems and Perspectives, Claudio Perino and Roberto Rago, Torino, Italy

Acquired Brain Injury Physical Rehabilitation, Paolo Pietrapiana, Maria Pia Bronzino, Claudio Perino and Roberto Rago, Torino, Italy

Post-Traumatic Seizures and Post-Traumatic Epilepsy: Pharmacological Prophylaxis and Treatment, Francesco Monaco, Sassari, Italy

Treatment and Rehabilitation of Sleep Disorders in Patients With Brain Damage, Javier Espinar-Sierra, Madrid, Spain

PART III: REHABILITATION OF NEUROCOGNITIVE PROCESSES

Rehabilitation of Individuals with Frontal Lobe Impairment, Catherine A. Mateer, Victoria, Canada

The Problem of Impaired Self-Awareness in Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, George P. Prigatano, Phoenix, AZ, USA

Aphasia Rehabilitation, José L. Miralles, Valencia, Spain

Reading and Writing Impairments and Rehabilitation, Teresa Boget and Teodor Marcos, Barcelona, Spain

Rehabilitation of Calculation Disorders, Monica Rosselli and Alfredo Ardila, Bogota, Columbia

Rehabilitation of Memory, José León-Carrión, Sevilla, Spain

From a Componential Analysis to a Cognitive Rehabilitation of Everyday Planning, T.M. Sgaramella and P.S. Bisiacchi, Padova, Italy; and M. Zettin, Torino, Italy

PART IV: REHABILITATING PERSONALITY AND RETURNING TO COMMUNITY

An Approach to the Treatment of Affective Disorders and Suicide Tendencies after TBI, José León-Carrión, Sevilla, Spain

Management of Aggression, Peter D. Patrick and David W. Hebda, Manassas, VA, USA

Training for Social Skills After Brain Injury, F. Machuca, J.M. Martin Carrasco, A. Martin-González, R. Rodriguez-Duarte and J. León-Carrión, Madrid, Spain

Rehabilitation for Employment and Leisure Activities, T. W. Teasdale and L. Siert, Copenhagen, Denmark

Community Inclusion: The Ultimate Goal of Rehabilitation, Al Condeluci, New Orleans, LA, USA

PART V: SPECIAL TOPICS

Traumatic Brain Injury in Children: Neuropsychological, Behavioral, and Educational Issues, Ronald C. Savage, Dennis C. Russo and Rita Gardner, Massachusetts, USA

Rehabilitating Brain Damage in Hispanics, Marcel O. Pontón, José Gonzalez, and Marisa Mares, California ,USA

Economic and Legal Aspects of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, Robert D. Voogt, New Orleans, LA, USA

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
MED056000
MEDICAL / Neurology
MED057000
MEDICAL / Neuroscience
MED073000
MEDICAL / Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
PSY036000
PSYCHOLOGY / Mental Health