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Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation back issues
Performance on the California verbal learning test following right hemisphere stroke: a longitudinal study.(Clinical report)
January 1, 2007... Purpose: This longitudinal study examines performance of individuals with right hemisphere damage (RHD) on the California Verbal Learning Test (CVLT). Method: 18 participants were administered the CVLT during the acute phase (<3 months post onset) and then at subsequent times up to 2 years...
Right hemisphere stroke and the California verbal learning test: a preliminary study.
January 1, 2007... Method: This study examines group and individual performance on word list recall and recognition in 52 patients with unilateral right hemisphere stroke. Results: On the California Verbal Learning Test, List A, Trials 1-5, patients achieved a mean score of 30.31 (SD = 13.94), which is below...
Hand rehabilitation following stroke: a pilot study of assisted finger extension training in a virtual environment.(Clinical report)
January 1, 2007... Background and Purpose: The purpose of this pilot study was to investigate the impact of assisted motor training in a virtual environment on hand function in stroke survivors. Participants: Fifteen volunteer stroke survivors (32-88 years old) with chronic upper extremity hemiparesis (1-38...
January 1, 2007... Current stroke rehabilitation practices have been both benefited and limited by a heavy reliance on past practices. Much of our current understanding and practice are rooted in tradition, which gives them the advantage of being time-tested, "tried and true," and accepted as the standard of...
Success begets success.(From the editor)(Editorial)
January 1, 2007... When we launched Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation in 1994, the journal was composed almost entirely of invited papers. Our expectation was that filling the pages of the journal required us to make specific requests of individual stroke rehabilitation professionals to serve as "issue editors"...