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Cognitive Rehabilitation in Old Age / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
By representing a variety of viewpoints that span theory as well as practice, this book addresses important concepts in cognitive rehabilitation that are useful to intervention research. It evaluates everything from cognitive rehabilitation strategies in normal aging to the interplay between lifestyle patterns and cognitive function to strategies that address issues in pathological aging.
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.10(d)|
Table of Contents
I. Theory-Driven Guidelines for Cognitive Rehabilitation Strategies in Older Adults
1. The Interplay of Growth and Decline: Theoretical and Empirical Aspects of Plasticity of Intellectual and Memory Performance in Normal Old Age, Paul Verhaeghen
2. Theoretical and Methodological Issues in Memory Training, Robert D. Hill and Lars Bäckman
3. Cognitive Skill Acquisition, Maintenance, and Transfer in the Elderly, Michael K. Gardner et al.
II. Cognitive Rehabilitation Strategies in Normal Aging
4. Multifactorial Memory Training in Normal Aging: In Search of Memory Improvement beyond the Ordinary, Anna Stigsdotter Neely
5. Innovative Approaches to Memory Training for Older Adults, Robin L. West, Duana C. Welch, and Monica S. Yassuda
6. Promoting a Sense of Control over Memory Aging, Margie E. Lachman
III. The Influence of Health and Health Behaviors on the Rehabilitation of Cognitive Processes in Late Life
7. The Role of Physical Exercise as a Rehabilitative Aid for Cognitive Loss in Healthy and Chronically Ill Older Adults, Charles F. Emery
8. Smoking and Cognitive Function: Issues in Cognitive Rehabilitation, Robert D. Hill and Karen Rothballer Seelert
9. Executive Function and Cognitive Rehabilitation, Jeffrey W. Elias and Julia E. Treland
10. The Influence of Depression on Cognitive Rehabilitation in Older Adults, Nancy A. Pachana, Bernice A. Marcopulos, and Kellie A. Takagi
IV. Rehabilitation Strategies for Cognitive Loss in Age-Related Disease
11. Issues in the Clinical Evaluation of Suspected Dementia: Implications for Intervention, Thomas Schenkenberg and Patrick J. Miller
12. Retrieval Strategies as a Rehabilitation Aid for Cognitive Loss in Pathological Aging, Cameron J. Camp, Michael J. Bird, and Katie E. Cherry
13. Psychosocial Rehabilitation for Problems Arising from Cognitive Deficits in Dementia, Michael Bird
14. Strategies for the Rehabilitation of Cognitive Loss in Late Life Due to Stroke, Clive Skilbeck