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Cognitive Neurorehabilitation

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  • 36 b/w illus. 20 colour illus. 22 tables
  • Page extent: 620 pages
  • Size: 246 x 189 mm
  • Weight: 1.35 kg

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  • LC Classification: RC553.C64 C654 2008
  • LC Subject headings:
    • Cognition disorders--Patients--Rehabilitation
    • Brain damage--Patients--Rehabilitation

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Paperback

 (ISBN-13: 9780521691857)

Cognitive Neurorehabilitation
Cambridge University Press
9780521871334 - Cognitive Neurorehabilitation - Evidence and Application - Edited by Donald T. Stuss, Gordon Winocur and Ian H. Robertson
Table of Contents

Contents

List of Contributors
ix
Preface
xv
Section 1 Principles of cognitive neurorehabilitation
1
1.        Principles of neuroplasticity and behavior
Bryan Kolb and Robbin Gibb
6
2.        Principles of compensation in cognitive neuroscience and neurorehabilitation
Roger A. Dixon, Douglas D. Garrett and Lars Bäckman
22
3.        The patient as a moving target: the importance to rehabilitation of understanding variability
Donald T. Stuss and Malcolm A. Binns
39
4.        Hormones and allostasis in brain disease and repair
Richard G. Hunter and Bruce S. McEwen
62
5.        Principles in conducting rehabilitation research
Amy D. Rodriguez and Leslie J. Gonzalez Rothi
79
6.        Outcome measurement in cognitive neurorehabilitation
Nadina Lincoln and Roshan das Nair
91
7.        Principles in evaluating cognitive rehabilitation research
Keith D. Cicerone
106
Section 2 Application of imaging technologies
119
8.        Structural neuroimaging: defining the cerebral context for cognitive rehabilitation
Joel Ramirez, Fu Qiang Gao and Sandra E. Black
124
9.        Functional neuroimaging and cognitive rehabilitation: healthy aging as a model of plasticity
Cheryl L. Grady
149
10.       Functional brain imaging and neurological recovery
Maurizio Corbetta
162
11.       The role of neuroelectric and neuromagnetic recordings in assessing learning and rehabilitation effects
Claude Alain and Bernhard Ross
182
Section 3 Factors affecting successful outcome
201
12.       Mood, affect and motivation in rehabilitation
Omar Ghaffar and Anthony Feinstein
205
13.       Anosognosia and the process and outcome of neurorehabilitation
George P. Prigatano
218
14.       Psychosocial considerations in cognitive rehabilitation
Deirdre R. Dawson and Gordon Winocur
232
15.       Exercise, cognition and dementia
Erik Scherder and Laura Eggermont
250
16.       Is there a role for diet in cognitive rehabilitation?
Matthew Parrott and Carol Greenwood
272
Section 4 Pharmacologic and biological approaches
293
17.       Pharmacologic approaches to cognitive rehabilitation
Thomas W. McAllister and Amy F. T. Arnsten
298
18.       Pharmacologic treatment of cognitive impairment after traumatic brain injury
John Whyte
321
19.       Pharmacologic interventions for cognition in dementia
John M. Ringman and Jeffrey L. Cummings
334
20.       Neurogenesis-based regeneration and cognitive therapy in the adult brain. Is it feasible?
J. Martin Wojtowicz
348
21.       The impact of cerebral small vessel disease on cognitive impairment and rehabilitation
Harry V. Vinters and S. Thomas Carmichael
360
22.       Intrinsic and extrinsic neural stem cell treatment of central nervous system injury and disease
Trudi Stickland, Samuel Weiss and Bryan Kolb
376
Section 5 Behavioral/neuropsychological approaches
395
23.       The use of constraint-induced movement therapy (CI therapy) to promote motor recovery following stroke
David M. Morris and Edward Taub
401
24.       Effects of physical activity on cognition and brain
Arthur F. Kramer, Kirk I. Erickson and Edward McAuley
417
25.       Aphasia
Susan A. Leon, Stephen E. Nadeau, Michael deRiesthal, Bruce Crosson, John C. Rosenbek and Leslie J. Gonzalez Rothi
435
26.       Rehabilitation of neglect
Victoria Singh-Curry and Masud Husain
449
27.       Rehabilitation of frontal lobe functions
Brian Levine, Gary R. Turner and Donald T. Stuss
464
28.       Executive functioning in children with traumatic brain injury in comparison to developmental ADHD
Gerri Hanten and Harvey S. Levin
487
29.       Rehabilitation of attention following traumatic brain injury
Jennie Ponsford
507
30.       Memory rehabilitation for people with brain injury
Barbara A. Wilson and Narinder Kapur
522
31.       Memory rehabilitation in older adults
Elizabeth L. Glisky and Martha L. Glisky
541
Section 6 Overview
563
32.       The future of cognitive neurorehabilitation
Ian H. Robertson and Susan M. Fitzpatrick
565
Index
575



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