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chaPter 1
Understanding Memory and Memory impairments
What Do We Mean by Memory?
Time- Dependent Memory
The Type of Information to Be Remembered
Modality- Specifc Memory
Explicit and Implicit Memory
Retrospective and Prospective Memory
Retrograde and Anterograde Memory
A Brief Account of the Neuroanatomy of Memory
recovery of Memory Functions after brain injuries
What Do We Mean by Recovery?
Mechanisms of Recovery
To What Extent Does Memory Recover?
Can We Improve on Natural Recovery?
assessment for rehabilitation
What Do We Mean by Assessment?
Which Aspects of Memory Should Be Assessed?
Compensating for Memory Defcits with Memory aids
with narinDer KaPUr
Typology of Memory Aids
Which Are the Most Frequently Used Memory Aids?
How Effective Are External Memory Aids?
Setting Up a Memory Aids Clinic
Which Types of Memory Aids Are Currently Available?
Mnemonics and rehearsal strategies in rehabilitation
What Are Mnemonics?
Verbal Mnemonics
Visual Mnemonics
Motor Movements as a Memory Aid
Advice When Using Mnemonics
What Do We Mean by Rehearsal Strategies?
Studies Evaluating PQRST
Theoretical Underpinnings of EL Learning
EL Learning Studies with Memory- Impaired People
What Is Spaced Retrieval (Expanded Rehearsal)?
Why Does Spaced Retrieval Work?
Spaced Retrieval Combined with EL Learning
Spaced Retrieval Alone
Using Spaced Retrieval in Clinical Practice
What Do We Mean by Vanishing Cues?
Studies Evaluating VC
How Does VC Work?
VC in Clinical Practice
Memory Groups
Why Run Memory Groups?
How Should a Memory Group Be Structured?
Studies Evaluating Memory Groups
Self-Help and Support Groups
Memory Groups in Clinical Practice
Individual Psychological Therapy for Emotional and Mood Disorders
Why Use Goal Setting in Memory Rehabilitation?
Theories of Goal Setting
Identifying and Setting Goals: The Art of Negotiation
Goal Attainment as an Outcome Measure
Goal Setting in Clinical Practice
Putting it all together
Before Starting a Memory Rehabilitation Program
Selecting the Best Strategies to Achieve the Goals
The Example of Jay
Generalization or Transfer of Learning
A Framework for Planning a Rehabilitation Program
Final thoughts and a General summary
Principles of Good Rehabilitation
Does Rehabilitation Improve QOL?
Combining Theory and Practice
Summaries of Individual Chapters
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2009 - Memory Rehabilitation Integrating Theory and Practice - Wilson

2009 - Memory Rehabilitation Integrating Theory and Practice - Wilson

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