alexa Training of selective attention in work-active stroke patients.
Neurology

Neurology

Journal of Neurology & Neurophysiology

Author(s): Starovasnik agavec B, Mlinari Lenik V, Goljar N

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Abstract The aim was to examine the effects of computer-based cognitive rehabilitation of attention in work-active patients after stroke. The study included 11 patients treated as inpatients at the University Rehabilitation Institute, Republic of Slovenia, who were included in intensive selective attention training four times a week for 3 months. Each patient was assessed at the initial and the final rehabilitation stage with the TAP system (Test of Attentional Performance), alertness, and divided attention tasks. The results indicate a moderate to strong increase in performance on the divided attention test and a mild effect on the alertness test. Early cognitive rehabilitation of the attentional system can contribute toward recovery of divided attention in work-active patients after stroke. This article was published in Int J Rehabil Res and referenced in Journal of Neurology & Neurophysiology

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