Neuropsychological Rehabilitation

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Neuropsychological Rehabilitation
Author : Barbara A. Wilson
File Size : 50,8 Mb
Publisher : Psychology Press
Language : English
Release Date : 20 June 2017
ISBN : 9781317244325
Pages : 627 pages
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Neuropsychological Rehabilitation by Barbara A. Wilson Book PDF Summary

E) Rehabilitation in mainland China -- f) Rehabilitation in Hong Kong -- g) Rehabilitation in Brazil -- h) Rehabilitation in Argentina -- i) Rehabilitation in South Africa -- j) Rehabilitation in Botswana -- SECTION SEVEN Evaluation and general conclusions -- 42 Outcome measures -- 43 Avoiding bias in evaluating rehabilitation -- 44 Challenges in the evaluation of neuropsychological rehabilitation effects -- 45 Summary and guidelines for neuropsychological rehabilitation -- Index

Neuropsychological Rehabilitation

E) Rehabilitation in mainland China -- f) Rehabilitation in Hong Kong -- g) Rehabilitation in Brazil -- h) Rehabilitation in Argentina -- i) Rehabilitation in South Africa -- j) Rehabilitation in Botswana -- SECTION SEVEN Evaluation and general conclusions -- 42 Outcome measures -- 43 Avoiding bias in evaluating rehabilitation -- 44 Challenges

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