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Neuropsychological rehabilitation.
Wilson, B.A.
In J.G. Beaumont, P.M. Kenealy & M.J.C. Rogers (Eds.), The Blackwell Dictionary of Neuropsychology, Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 618-626
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This chapter begins with a definition and brief history of neuropsychological rehabilitation. This is followed by a discussion of the main concerns of neuropsychological rehabilitation including i) assessment and ii) treatment and therapy. Theoretical influences on neuropsychological rehabilitation are also considered. Section four provides evidence for and against the use of computers in rehabilitation. The final section looks at future directions in neuropsychological rehabilitation.