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Diagnosis and Treatment of ADD, Learning Disabilities, Migraines, and Traumatic Brain Injury

Cognitive Rehab for TBI Bibliography

OVERVIEW OF TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY REHABILITATION - from Nat’l Med Library 12/1/10


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Cooper P Head injury. 3rd ed. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins; 1993.

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Cope D, Cole J, Hall K, Barkan H Brain injury: analysis of outcome in a post-acute rehabilitation system. Part 2: Subanalyses. Brain Inj 1991 Apr-Jun;5(2):127-39. Comment in: Brain Inj 1991 Apr-Jun;5(2):103-9.

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Durgin C, Schmidt N, Fryer L Staff development and clinical intervention in brain injury rehabilitation. Gaithersburg (MD): Aspen Pub; 1993.

Evans R, Ruff R Outcome and value: a perspective on rehabilitation outcomes achieved in acquired brain injury. J Head Trauma Rehab 1992 Dec;7(4):24-36.

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Finlayson M, Garner S Brain injury rehabilitation: clinical considerations. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins; 1994.

Finset A Subacute brain injury rehabilitation: a program description and a study of staff program evaluation. Scand J Rehab Med Suppl 1992;26:25-33.

Fussey I, Giles G Rehabilitation of the severely brain-injured adult: a practical approach. London: Croom Helm; 1988.

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Giles G The status of brain injury rehabilitation. Am J Occup Ther 1994 Mar;48(3):199-205.

Giles G, Clark-Wilson J Brain injury rehabilitation: a neurofunctional approach. NY: Chapman & Hall ; 1993. Gillis RJ, McHenry M, Pierce J Traumatic brain injury rehabilitation for speech-language pathologists. Boston: Butterworth-Heinemann; 1996.

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Hall K, Cope D The benefit of rehabilitation in traumatic brain injury: a literature review. J Head Trauma Rehab 1995 Feb;10(1):1-13.

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Hall KM, Wallbom AS, Englander J. Premorbid history and traumatic brain injury. Neurorehab, 1998 Jan;10(1):3-12.

High W, Gordon W, Lehmkuhl L, Newton C, Vandergoot D, Thoi L, Courtney L Productivity and service utilization following traumatic brain injury: results of a survey by the RSA regional TBI centers. J Head Trauma Rehab 1995 Aug;10(4):64-80.

Higham P, Phelps K Careers of care: survivors of traumatic brain injury and the response of health and social care. Brookfield (VT): Ashgate Publishing Co.; 1998.

Hook O Head injury. Integrated rehabilitation approach, optimal adaptation to disability. Scand J Rehab Med Suppl 1988;17:65-74.

Horn L, Zasler N Medical rehabilitation of traumatic brain injury. Philadelphia: Hanley & Belfus; 1996.

Johnson D, Rose F, Rushton S, Pentland B, Attree E Virtual reality: a new prosthesis for brain injury rehabilitation. Scott Med J 1998 Jun;43(3):81-3.

Johnson J, Krefting L Occupational therapy approaches to traumatic brain injury. NY: Haworth Press; 1990.

Johnston M, Hall K Outcomes evaluation in TBI Rehabilitation. Part I: overview and system principles. Arch Phys Med Rehab 1994 Dec;75(12 Spec No):SC1-9; discussion SC27-8.

Jones M, Evans R Outcome validation in post-acute rehabilitation: trends and correlates in treatment and outcome. J Insur Med 1992 Fall;24(3):186-92.

Katz D, Alexander M Traumatic brain injury. Predicting course of recovery and outcome for patients admitted to rehabilitation. Arch Neurol 1994 Jul;51(7):661-70.

Klonoff P, Lamb D, Henderson S, Shepherd J Outcome assessment after milieu-oriented rehabilitation: new considerations. Arch Phys Med Rehab 1998 Jun;79(6):684-90.

Kushner D Mild traumatic brain injury: toward understanding manifestations and treatment. Arch Intern Med 1998 Aug 10-24;158(15):1617-24.

Lang G Quality benchmarks for brain injury rehabilitation services. Rehab Nurs 1995 Nov-Dec;20(6):310-3.

Levin H Head injury and its rehabilitation. Curr Opin Neurol Neurosurg 1992 Oct;5(5):673-6.

Levin H Neuropsychological rehabilitation of head injured patients: an appraisal of recent progress. Scand J Rehab Med Suppl 1992;26:14-24.

Long C, Ross L Handbook of head trauma: acute care to recovery. NY: Plenum; 1992.

Mackay L, Chapman P, Morgan A Maximizing brain injury recovery: integrating critical care and early rehabilitation. Gaithersburg (MD): Aspen Pub; 1997.

Malec J, Basford J Postacute brain injury rehabilitation. Arch Phys Med Rehab 1996 Feb;77(2):198-207.

Mandel S, Sataloff R, Schapiro S Minor head trauma: assessment, management, and rehabilitation. NY: Springer-Verlag; 1993.

Marks P, Lavy C A practical guide to head injury management. Philadelphia: WB Saunders; 1992.

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Mazmanian P, Kreutzer J, Devany C, Martin K A survey of accredited and other rehabilitation facilities: education, training and cognitive rehabilitation in brain-injury programmes. Brain Inj 1993 Jul-Aug;7(4):319-31.

McGregor K, Pentland B Head injury rehabilitation in the UK: an economic perspective. Soc Sci Med 1997 Jul;45(2):295-303.

McMahon B, Shaw L Work worth doing: advances in brain injury rehabilitation. Orlando: Paul M. Deutsch Press; 1991.

McMordie W, Rogers K, Barker S Consumer satisfaction with services provided to head-injured patients and their families. Brain Inj 1991 Jan-Mar;5(1):43-51.

Melvin J, Graham P, Grahame L, Olsen J Traumatic brain injury. Rehab Manage Int 1997 Fall;7(1):32, 34-5.

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Morgan A. Traumatic brain injury: improving functional recovery. J Natl Med Assoc 1989 Nov;81(11):1133-7.

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O’Hara C, Harrell M Rehabilitation with brain injury survivors: an empowerment approach. Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen Pub; 1991.

Olver J, Ponsford J Curran C Outcome following traumatic brain injury: a comparison between 2 and 5 years after injury. Brain Inj 1996 Nov;10(11):841-8.

Plummer J Ethical considerations in brain injury rehabilitation: applications to mild traumatic brain injury. HEC Forum 1995 Mar-May;7(2-3):166-82.

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Schmidt ND. Outcome-oriented rehabilitation: a response to managed care. J Head Trauma Rehab 1997 Feb;12(1):44-50.

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Spettell C, Ellis D, Ross S, Sandel M, O’Malley K, Stein S, Spivack G, Hurley K Time of rehabilitation admission and severity of trauma: effect on brain injury outcome. Arch Phys Med Rehab 1991 Apr;72(5):320-5.

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Stover S (Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Alabama Medical Center, Birmingham, AL). Development of an outcome oriented head injury database at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Final report. Washington (DC): National Center for Injury Prevention and Control and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration; 1993.

Teasdale GM, Pettigrew LE, Wilson JT, Murray G, Jennett B. Analyzing outcome of treatment of severe head injury: a review and update on advancing the use of the Glasgow Outcome Scale. J Neurotrauma 1998 Aug;15(8):587-97.

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Uzzell BP, Stonnington H Recovery after traumatic brain injury. Mahwah (NJ): L. Erlbaum Assoc; 1996.

Vinken P, Bruyn G, Klawans H, Braakman R Head injury. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers; 1990.

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Yuen H, Benzing P Treatment methodology. Guiding of behaviour through redirection in brain injury rehabilitation. Brain Inj 1996 Mar;10(3):229-38.

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Zasler N TBI rehabilitation program assessment: putting a yardstick to quality and efficacy. Contin Care 1994 May;13(4):30-4, 36, 50.


Pediatric Rehabilitation for Traumatic Brain Injury


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Banja JD, Jann BB. Ethical issues in treating pediatric rehabilitation patients. Neurorehabilitation 1995 Summer;3(3):44-52.

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Blendonohy PM, Philip PA. Precocious puberty in children after traumatic brain injury. Brain Inj 1991 Jan-Mar;5(1):63-8.

Blosser J, DePompei R. Pediatric traumatic brain injury: proactive intervention. San Diego (CA): Singular Pub.; 1994.

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Broman SH, Michel ME. Traumatic head injury in children. NY: Oxford University Press; 1995.

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Greenspan AI, MacKenzie EJ. Functional outcome after pediatric head injury. Pediatrics 1994 Oct;94(4 Pt 1):425-32.

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Hallett TL. Linguistic competence in paediatric closed head injury. Pediatr Rehab 1997 Oct-Dec;1(4):219-28.

Hornyak JE, Nelson VS, Hurvitz EA. The use of methylphenidate in pediatric traumatic brain injury. Pediatr Rehab 1997 Jan-Mar;1(1):15-7.

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Max JE, Arndt S, Castillo CS, Bokura H, Robin DA, Lindgren SD, Smith WL Jr, Sato Y, Mattheis PJ. Attention-deficit hyperactivity symptomatology after traumatic brain injury: a prospective study. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry 1998 Aug;37(8):841-7.

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Mira MP, Tucker BF, Tyler JS. Traumatic brain injury in children and adolescents: a sourcebook for teachers and other school personnel. Austin (TX): Pro-Ed; 1992.

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Sellars C, Vegter C, Ellerbusch S Pediatric brain injury: the special case of the very young child. Houston (TX): HDI Publishers; 1997.

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Snow JH, Hooper SR. Pediatric traumatic brain injury. Thousand Oaks (CA): Sage Publications; 1994.

Wade SL, Taylor HG, Drotar D, Stancin T, Yeates KO. Family burden and adaptation during the initial year after traumatic brain injury in children. Pediatrics 1998 Jul;102(1 Pt 1):110-6.

Warschausky S, Cohen EH, Parker JG, Levendosky AA, Okun A. Social problem-solving skills of children with traumatic brain injury. Pediatr Rehab 1997 Apr-Jun;1(2):77-81.

Ylvisaker M. Traumatic brain injury rehabilitation: children and adolescents. 2nd ed. Boston: Butterworth-Heinemann; 1998.


Rehabilitation in the Aged for Traumatic Brain Injury


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Cifu D, Kreutzer J, Marwitz J, Rosenthal M, Englander J, High W. Functional outcomes of older adults with traumatic brain injury: a prospective, multicenter analysis. Arch Phys Med Rehab 1996 Sep;77(9):883-8.

Davis CS, Acton P. Treatment of the elderly brain-injured patient. Experience in a traumatic brain injury unit. J Am Geriatr Soc 1988 Mar;36(3):225-9.

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Gershkooff A, Cifu D, Means K Geriatric rehabilitation. 1. Social, attitudinal, and economic factors. Arch Phys Med Rehab 1993 May;74(5-S):S402-5.

Goldstein F, Levin H Neurobehavioral outcome of traumatic brain injury in older adults: initial findings. J Head Trauma Rehab 1995 Feb;10(1):57-73.

Johnstone B, Childers M, Hoerner J The effects of normal ageing on neuropsychological functioning following traumatic brain injury. Brain Inj 1998 Jul;12(7):569-76.

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Murphy C, Davidson TM. Geriatric issues: special considerations. J Head Trauma Rehab 1992 Mar;7(1):76-82.

Nagurney JT, Borczuk P, Thomas SH. Elder patients with closed head trauma: a comparison with nonelder patients. Acad Emerg Med 1998 Jul;5(7):678-84.

Pentland B, Jones PA, Roy CW, Miller JD. Head injury in the elderly. Age Ageing 1986 Jul;15(4):193-202.

Rakier A, Guilburd J, Soustiel J, Zaaroor M, Feinsod M. Head injuries in the elderly. Brain Inj 1995 Feb-Mar;9(2):187-93.

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Saywell R, Woods J, Rappaport S, Allen T. The value of age and severity as predictors of costs in geriatric head trauma patients. J Am Geriatr Soc 1989 Jul;37(7):625-30.

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Wolters G, Bemelmans K, Spinhoven P, Theunissen I, van der Does A Immediate and intermediate-term effectiveness of a memory training program for the elderly. J Cognit Rehab 1996 May-Jun;14(3):16-22.


CLASSIFICATION OF TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY


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Cognitive Rehabilitation in Traumatic Brain Injury


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Parente R, Anderson Parente JK, Shaw B. Retraining the mind’s eye. J Head Trauma Rehab 1989 Jun;4(2):53-62 .

Parente R, Herrmann D. Retraining cognition: techniques and applications. Gaithersburg (MD): Aspen Publishers; 1996.

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Prigatano GP, Amin K, Jaramillo K. Memory performance and use of a compensation after traumatic brain injury. Neuropsychol Rehab 1993;3(1):53-62.

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Sohlberg MM, Mateer CA, Stuss DT. Contemporary approaches to the management of executive control dysfunction. J Head Trauma Rehab 1993 Mar;8(1):45-58 .

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Sohlberg MM, White O, Evans E, Mateer C. Background and initial case studies into the effects of prospective memory training . Brain Inj 1992 Mar-Apr;6(2):129-38. Comment in: Brain Inj 1992 Mar-Apr;6(2):107-8.

Sohlberg MM, White O, Evans E, Mateer C. An investigation of the effects of prospective memory training . Brain Inj 1992 Mar-Apr;6(2):139-54. Comment in: Brain Inj 1992 Mar-Apr;6(2):107-8.

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Suzman KB, Morris RD, Morris MK, Milan MA. Cognitive-behavioral remediation of problem solving deficits in children with acquired brain injury. J Behav Ther Exp Psychiatry 1997 Sep;28(3):203-12.

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Other Cognitive Rehabilitation of Traumatic Brain Injury


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Dougherty PM, Randomski MV. The cognitive rehabilitation workbook: a dynamic assessment approach for adults with brain injury. 2nd ed. Gaithersburg (MD): Aspen Publishers; 1993.

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Glisky E, Delaney S Implicit memory and new semantic learning in posttraumatic amnesia. J Head Trauma Rehab 1996 Apr;11(2):31-42.

Goodwin R, Bolton D Decision-making in cognitive rehabilitation: a clinical model. Cognit Rehab 1991 Jul-Aug;9(4):12-9 .

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Kirsch N, Levine S Technology and head injury rehabilitation. J Head Trauma Rehab 1992 Sep;7(3):vii-119.

Kreutzer J, Wehman P Cognitive rehabilitation for persons with traumatic brain injury. Bisbee (AZ): Imaginart; 1996.

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Mateer CA, Mapou RL. Understanding, evaluating, and managing attention disorders following traumatic brain injury. J Head Trauma Rehab 1996 Apr;11(2):1-16 .

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Morse PA, Morse AR. Functional living skills: Promoting the interaction between neuropsychology and occupational therapy. J Head Trauma Rehab 1988 Mar; Vol 3(1):33-44.

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Purdy M, Neri L. Computer-assisted cognitive rehabilitation in the home. Cognit Rehab 1989 Nov-Dec;7(6):34-8 .

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Shaw TG, Groom KN. Functional treatment recommendations for patients with right hemisphere, nonverbal deficits. J Cognit Rehab 1996 Nov-Dec;14(6):6-11.

Sherer M, Oden K, Bergloff P, Levin E, High W Assessment and treatment of impaired awareness after brain injury: implications for community re-integration. Neurorehabilitation 1998 Jan;10(1):25-37.

Slade C The role of home therapy in cognitive rehabilitation: A team approach. Cognit Rehab 1985 Jan-Feb;3(1):10-13.

Slade C, Burns R Cognitive rehabilitation at a retail work site. J Cognit Rehab 1992 May-Jun;10(3):10-3.

Sohlberg M, Mateer C Introduction to cognitive rehabilitation: theory and practice. NY; Guilford Press.

Sohlberg M, Mateer C, Stuss D Contemporary approaches to the management of executive control dysfunction. J Head Trauma Rehab 1993 Mar;8(1):45-58 .

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Volpe B, McDowell F The efficacy of cognitive rehabilitation in patients with traumatic brain injury. Arch Neurol 1990 Feb;47(2):220-2.

Voorhees S Cognitive rehabilitation: an important aspect of the rehabilitation approach. Cognit Rehab 1985 Jul-Aug;3(4):4-7.

Weber A A practical clinical approach to understanding and treating attentional problems. J Head Trauma Rehab 1990 Mar;5(1):73-85 .

Wilson B Cognitive rehabilitation: how it is and how it might be. J Int Neuropsychol Soc 1997 Sep;3(5):487-96.

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Computers, Software, and Technological Devices in Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation


Ackerman RJ, Banks ME. Computers and ethical treatment for brain-injured patients. Soc Sci Comput Rev 1990 Spring;8(1):83-95.

Bergman MM. The necessity of a clinical perspective in the design of computer prostheses. J Head Trauma Rehab 1991 Jun; 6(2):100-4.

Bracy OL. The card shark game. J Cognit Rehab 1992 Jul-Aug ;10(4):51-9.

Bracy OL. From the editor… free Soft Tools diskette with each issue. J Cognit Rehab 1995 Jan-Feb;13(1):2.

Bracy OL. Soft tools. J Cognit Rehab 1992 Sep-Oct;10(5):49-59.

Bracy OL. Soft tools: 0′s and 1′s. J Cognit Rehab 1992 Nov-Dec;10(6):48-59.

Bracy OL. Soft Tools ’95. Click and go… the program on the enclosed diskette… is an exercise in attention, executive skills and eye/hand coordination. J Cognit Rehab 1995 May-Jun ;13(3):26.

Bracy OL. Soft tools ’95. Fast addition. J Cognit Rehab 1995 Nov-Dec ;13(6):26.

Bracy OL. Soft tools ’95. Trail Trace 3D. J Cognit Rehab 1995 Jul-Aug ;13(4):26.

Bracy OL. Soft tools ’96… Digit/Symbol Transfer. J Cognit Rehab 1996 May-Jun ;14(3):26-7.

Bracy OL. Soft tools ’96… shapes in a row. J Cognit Rehab 1996 Sep-Oct ;14(5):26-7.

Bracy OL. Soft tools ’96. Spell it. J Cognit Rehab 1996 Jan-Feb ;14(1):26-7.

Bracy OL. Soft tools… Colormatch 3D. J Cognit Rehab 1995 Sep-Oct;13(5):26.

Bracy OL. Soft tools… flasher. Cognit Rehab 1991 Jul-Aug ;9(4):38-41.

Bracy OL. Soft tools… P’s & Q’s. Cognit Rehab 1991 Sep-Oct ;9(5):42-53.

Bracy OL. Soft tools… paced cancellation task PCT… simultaneous multiple attention SMA. Cognit Rehab 1991 Nov-Dec ;9(6):35-41.

Bracy OL. Title: 3D Tic-Tac-Toe… 3D extension of the old game. J Cognit Rehab 1994 Nov-Dec;12(6):26.

Bracy OL. Title: Road Trip [sic]… software… the enclosed diskette… requires one to read a map. J Cognit Rehab 1995 Jan-Feb ;13(1):26.

Bracy OL. Title: What’s the Word?… software… enclosed diskette. J Cognit Rehab 1995 Mar-Apr;13(2):26.

Bradley V, Welch J, Skilbeck C Cognitive retraining using microcomputers. Hove (UK): L. Erlbaum Associates; 1993.

Deaton AV, Martelli MF, Pickelman H, West DD, Kreutzer JS. IBM-based cognitive rehabilitation software: closing the gap. J Cognit Rehab 1992 Nov-Dec;10(6):20-36 .

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Gauggel S, Niemann T. Evaluation of a short-term computer-assisted training programme for the remediation of attentional deficits after brain injury: a preliminary study. Int J Rehab Res 1996 Sep;19(3):229-39.

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Hoepfer M. Computers help reprogram injured brains. Pa Med 1996 Apr;99(4):34-6.

Jarvis PE. The importance of patient friendliness in CACR software and tips for improving it… Computer Assisted Cognitive Rehabilitation. Cognit Rehab 1990 Jul-Aug;8(4):24-8.

Jarvis PE, Jarvis CP. A tool to assist in the serial testing of attention as a means of monitoring the effectiveness of rehabilitation. Cognit Rehab 1991 Jul-Aug;9(4):20-3 .

Johnson DA, Rose FD, Rushton S, Pentland B, Attree EA. Virtual reality: a new prosthesis for brain injury rehabilitation. Scott Med J 1998 Jun;43(3):81-3.

Johnson P, Thomas Stonell N, Shein F. Development of a computer-based program for the remediation of cognitive-communication skills in young people with head injuries. J Cognit Rehab 1994 Jul-Aug;12(4):10-6 .

King T 2nd. Treatment of visual inattention using computerized overhead projection. J Cognit Rehab 1993 Mar-Apr;11(2):32-5 .

Kirsch NL, Levine SP. Technology and head injury rehabilitation. J Head Trauma Rehab 1992 Sep;7(3):vii-119.

Kirsch NL, Levine SP, Fallon Krueger M, Jaros LA. Focus on clinical research: the microcomputer as an “orthotic” device for patients with cognitive deficits. J Head Trauma Rehab 1987 Dec;2(4):77-86 .

Kirsch NL, Levine SP, Lajiness O’Neill R, Schnyder M. Computer-assisted interactive task guidance: facilitating the performance of a simulated vocational task. J Head Trauma Rehab 1992 Sep;7(3):13-25.

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Exercise and Movement Therapy in Traumatic Brain Injury


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Psychotherapy and Arts Therapies in Traumatic Brain Injury


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MODELS FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY TREATMENT FOR TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY REHABILITATION


Overview of Interdisciplinary Treatment Models for Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation


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Vocational and Cognitive Rehabilitation Models for Traumatic Brain Injury


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Neurobehavioral Rehabilitation Models for Traumatic Brain Injury


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Groveman A, Brown E Family therapy with closed head injured patients: Utilizing Kubler-Ross’ model. Fam Syst Med 1985 Winter;3(4):440-6.

Guercio J, Chittum R, McMorrow M. Self-management in the treatment of ataxia: a case study in reducing ataxic tremor through relaxation and biofeedback. Brain Inj 1997 May;11(5):353-62.

Jacobs H The clubhouse: addressing work-related behavioral challenges through asupportive social community. J Head Trauma Rehab 1997 oct;12(5):14-27.

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