Section I: An Overview of Rehabilitation and Its Effectiveness1. History of Rehabilitation for Traumatic Brain InjuryCorwin Boake, Leonard Dillar2. Effectiveness of Programs of Rehabilitation Following TBIWalter M. High, Jr.Section II: Rehabilitation of Specific Cognitive Impairments3. Rehabilitation of Impaired AwarenessMark Sherer4. External Aids: Expanding our Understanding of the Most Widely Used Memory Rehabilitation TechniqueMcKay Moore Sohlberg5. Rehabilitation of Executive Function Impairments after Traumatic Brain InjuryKeith D. Cicerone6. Social Communication Interventions for Persons with Traumatic Brain InjuryMargaret A. Struchen7. The Treatment of Emotional and Motivational Disorders after Traumatic Brain InjuryGeorge PrigatanoSection III: Treatment of Other Factors Impacting Outcome8. Substance Abuse and Traumatic Brain Injury: State of the ScienceJohn D. Corrigan9. Interventions for Caregivers Following Traumatic Brain Injury: Where We Are and Where We are GoingAngelle M. Sander10. Vocational RehabilitationJames F. MalecSection IV: Rehabilitation with Specific Populations11. Rehabilitation of Children with Cognitive, Behavioral, Communication, and Academic Disabilities after Traumatic Brain Injury, Mark Ylvisaker12. Rehabilitation of Older Adults with Traumatic Brain Injury, Felicia C. Goldstein13. Multicultural Perspectives in Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation, Jay M. UomotoSection V: Medical Interventions14. Pharmacologic Management of Spastic Hypertonia in Traumatic Brain InjuryGerard Francisco15. Rehabilitation of Patients with Disorders of ConsciousnessJoseph T. Giancino16. Neuroimaging and RehabilitationHarvey S. Levin and Randall S. Scheibel
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