Retraining Cognition: Techniques and Applications / Edition 2

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To date, all of the books on cognitive restructuring have addressed only one component: memory skills such as attention/concentration and rehearsal strategies. This book covers these in detail but also provides the techniques for problem solving, decision making, concept learning, organization and planning, and other reasoning skills. External aids, prosthetic devices, and other techniques and activities for improving memory and reasoning skills are also covered.

Neuropsychology of thinking/process of recovery/retrieval from long-term memory/cognitive-enhancing nutrients & drugs.

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Summarizes many of the techniques developed over the past two decades for restoring a person's mental processes after injury to the brain, and the theoretical underpinnings in cognitive psychology, neuropsychology, and speech and language therapy. The topics include the neuropsychology of thinking, iconic and echoic memory, retrieval from long-term memory, decision making, executive skills training, incentive motivators, and social and environmental issues. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780890799055
  • Publisher: PRO-ED, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/1/2003
  • Edition description: 2ND
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 383

Table of Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
1 History and Systems of Cognitive Rehabilitation 1
2 A Model of Cognitive Rehabilitation 11
3 The Neuropsychology of Thinking 25
4 The Dynamics of Attention and Memory 41
5 Theories and Models of Recovery 53
6 Transfer and Generalization of Cognitive Skills 65
7 The Intervention Assessment 77
8 Retraining Iconic Memory 87
9 Retraining Attention 97
10 Maintenance Rehearsal 109
11 Retraining Working Memory 121
12 Retraining Memory Strategies 131
13 Rehearsal Revisited 141
14 Retraining Organizational Skills 149
15 Retraining Problem-Solving Skills 167
16 Retraining Conceptual Skills 183
17 Retraining Decision Making 195
18 Retraining Reasoning and Comprehension 205
19 Retraining Executive Skills 219
20 Physical and Mental Condition 231
21 Psychotherapy 239
22 Cognitive-Enhancing Nutrients and Drugs 255
23 Incentives and Cognitive Rehabilitation 271
24 External Aids to Cognition 283
25 Effectiveness of Cognitive Rehabilitation 305
App. A Problem - Solutions Treatment Planner 321
App. B Self-Motivation Treatment Planner 345
App. C Performance Assessment of the Multimodal System 349
App. D Cognitive Rehabilitation Web Sites 357
Author Index 359
Subject Index 369
About the Authors 383
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