Technology in Cognitive Rehabilitation A Special Issue of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation
The Self and Identity in Rehabilitation A Special Issue of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation
Encephalitis: Assessment and Rehabilitation Across the Lifespan A Special Issue of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation
Pathologies of Awareness: Bridging the Gap between Theory and Practice A Special Issue of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation
Edited By Carlo Professor Miniussi, Giuseppe Professor Vallar
July 05, 2019
Cognitive deficits are a common consequence of neurological disease, and there is evidence that specific cognitive training may be effective in rehabilitation. Behavioural dysfunction following neurological disease constitutes one of the major causes of disability worldwide, exerts a major impact ...
Edited By Paul Conroy, Matthew A. Lambon Ralph
July 27, 2017
This special issue of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation brings together seven newly published studies from a range of invited international researchers in the fields of language and memory disorders and their rehabilitation. The studies address a range of current themes within these fields. ...
Edited By Peter Gregor, Alan Newell
June 25, 2015
Communication and Information Technology has been used to support older and disabled people for over thirty years and there have been many successes in this field. Until recently, research has largely concentrated on people with physical or sensory dysfunction; computer technology has been ...
Edited By James Malec
December 02, 2009
Neuropsychological rehabilitation involves many complex processes aimed at enabling people who are disabled by brain injury or disease to achieve their optimum level of physical, psychological, social and vocational well being. Theoretical frameworks, methodologies, and measures for evaluating the ...
Edited By Fergus Gracey, Tamara Ownsworth
December 01, 2008
This special issue brings together developments in neurological, psychological and social understanding of sense of self and identity in neuropsychological rehabilitation. Following brain injury and in the context of neurological illness, both the individual and their loved ones report changes in ...
Edited By Bonnie-Kate Dewar, Huw Williams
September 06, 2007
Encephalitis - inflammation of the brain - has significant cognitive, behavioural and emotional consequences. This special edition describes the pathway of recovery following encephalitis, from medical management to assessment, rehabilitation and community support and advocacy. The ...
Edited By Linda Clare, Peter W Halligan
August 31, 2006
This special issue of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation provides an opportunity to characterise some of the key clinical issues concerned with assessing and managing pathologies of subjective or conscious awareness. Elucidating the cognitive processes underlying awareness, and their corresponding ...
Edited By Martin Richard Coleman
September 01, 2005
The vegetative state - a condition in which someone is awake but unaware with no evidence of a working mind - is both emotive and challenging. This condition and that of someone who gains partial recovery of mental and neurological functions - known as the minimally conscious state - have provoked ...
Edited By Anna Basso, Stefano Cappa, Guido Gainotti
November 21, 2002
Even if, in recent years, the study of language disorders in brain-damaged patients has been strongly influenced by models and experimental paradigms of cognitive neuropsychology, much less relevant has been the impact of this new approach to language rehabilitation. Contrasting opinions exist on ...
Edited By Linda Clare, Robert T. Woods
July 19, 2001
The relevance of cognitive rehabilitation for people with dementia is becoming increasingly accepted by researchers and practitioners in the field. This special issue draws together examples of state-of-the-art research and systematic review by experts in this exciting and growing area.The ...