Brain Injury and Neuropsychological Rehabilitation: International Perspectives

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first to relax and then begin to work. Summaries develop metafunctions, as well as evaluate the learning process.

Although the memory training was not performed as an experimental design, it is worth noticing that improvement in test results occurred 16-17 months postonset. Previously, individually treated patients also improved after the group intervention. For future work, it would be of central importance to collect research data, as well as have theoretical foundation for treatment processes.


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