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    (From the chapter) We draw attention in this chapter to the differences between cognitive-neuropsychological rehabilitation and cognitive rehabilitation. Three of the major differences are (a) that cognitive-neuropsychological rehabilitation relies on cognitive models of the impaired processing system for assessment and for treatment definition whereas cognitive rehabilitation does not; (b) cognitive-neuropsychological rehabilitation emphasizes restoration of function rather than compensation whereas cognitive rehabilitation does not; and (c) cognitive rehabilitation is used only for treating acquired cognitive disorders (those acquired through brain damage) whereas cognitive-neuropsychological rehabilitation is applied also to developmental disorders of cognition. The methods of cognitive-neuropsychological rehabilitation are illustrated by description of a treatment study of developmental surface dysgraphia. Two approaches to the rehabilitation of cognitive impairments are cognitive-neuropsychological rehabilitation (Coltheart 1983; Coltheart and Byng 1989) and cognitive rehabilitation (Sohlberg and Mateer 1989, 2001). We begin this chapter by considering what each of these two approaches consists of, and how they differ, if they do. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA

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    Title : Cognitive rehabilitation and its relationship to cognitive-neuropsychological rehabilitation
    Author(s) : Max Coltheart, Ruth Brunsdon, Lyndsey Nickels, Peter W Halligan, Derick T Wade
    Abstract : (From the chapter) We draw attention in this chapter to the differences between cognitive-neuropsychological rehabilitation and cognitive rehabilitation. Three of the major differences are (a) that cognitive-neuropsychological rehabilitation relies on cognitive models of the impaired processing system for assessment and for treatment definition whereas cognitive rehabilitation does not; (b) cognitive-neuropsychological rehabilitation emphasizes restoration of function rather than compensation whereas cognitive rehabilitation does not; and (c) cognitive rehabilitation is used only for treating acquired cognitive disorders (those acquired through brain damage) whereas cognitive-neuropsychological rehabilitation is applied also to developmental disorders of cognition. The methods of cognitive-neuropsychological rehabilitation are illustrated by description of a treatment study of developmental surface dysgraphia. Two approaches to the rehabilitation of cognitive impairments are cognitive-neuropsychological rehabilitation (Coltheart 1983; Coltheart and Byng 1989) and cognitive rehabilitation (Sohlberg and Mateer 1989, 2001). We begin this chapter by considering what each of these two approaches consists of, and how they differ, if they do. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA
    Keywords : 3380 rehabilitation, cognitive, cognitive impairment, cognitive neuropsychological rehabilitation, cognitive rehabilitation, neuropsychological rehabilitation, rehabilitation

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    Area : Other
    Language : English
    Year : 2005

    Affiliations Cardiff university
    Publisher : Oxford University Press, New York, NY, US
    Pages : 11-20
    Url : http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?db=pubmed&cmd=Retrieve&dopt=AbstractPlus&list_uids=2005-16060-002

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