"This book represents a thorough and comprehensive review of the subject of neurorehabilitation, both from a basic science, as well as a clinical point of view, and should serve as an excellent starting point for neuroscientists interested in cognitive function." The Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences
This is the first truly comprehensive survey of cognitive rehabilitation, spanning the spectrum from basic science to functional outcome. The international team of expert authors provide a critical review of theoretical and methodological issues relating to specific rehabilitation procedures and also to programme organization and management. With its emphasis on scientific principles, multidisciplinary practice, and functional outcome, this book will serve as an essential resource for all scientists and clinicians concerned with cognitive deficits secondary to altered brain functioning, and particularly to psychologists, neurologists, psychiatrists, occupational therapists and physical therapists.