cognitive retraining

cognitive retraining

Restoring analytical skills, decision making, memory, and reasoning through stimulation and practice.
Synonym: rehabilitation, cognitive
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Does generalization occur following computer-based cognitive retraining?-an exploratory study.
He tells Bernstein that changing your mindset - a psychological strategy called "social cognitive retraining" - can be employed to combat loneliness or even to head it off before it becomes a problem.
It describes the foundations of the treatment in the human spirit, forgiveness, primary and secondary losses, preservation of hope, and individualization of the therapy plan; its theory, origins, approach, philosophy, assumptions, and process; gathering pre-injury information from the client and significant others; determining the changes resulting from the injury; educating the family; managing stress; effects on the family and traumatically-induced dysfunctional family theory; interventions and cognitive retraining; residual loss cost-of-future-care analysis; litigation; business practices and public relations; time management for healthcare providers; funding care; the use of volunteers; and ethics.
Feasibility safety, and efficacy of the combination of D-serine and computerized cognitive retraining in schizophrenia: an international collaborative pilot study Neuropsychopharmacology.
They introduce assessment, theories, and methods, then discuss computerized cognitive retraining programs for patients with traumatic brain injury and other brain disorders, a holistic approach that involves cognitive tasks and mediation and psychological and other professional services, EEG neurofeedback training, cognitive behavioral principles, a circuitry approach to rehabilitation, cognitive remediation of neurocognitive deficits in schizophrenia, interventions for specific learning disorders, and challenges in the field.
Cognitive Rehabilitation or Cognitive Retraining is a way to teach the brain to skin that cat even if one finger is tied up in a splint.
NAJP: What prompted you to initiate a cognitive retraining program at Towson University?
It is hoped that such research will eventually lead to cognitive-style interventions for substance abuse and overeating - interventions that look at cognitive retraining as a means of supplementing more traditional, clinically-oriented, therapies.
The two methods commonly employed are cognitive retraining and cognitive behavioural therapy.
Increasing happiness through cognitive retraining, New Zealand psychologist, 9, 57-64.
This includes abbreviation expansion, word prediction, cognitive retraining software, reading and writing aids, electronic reference tools, and browser accessibility.
The eleven facilitation techniques included leisure education, social skills training, stress management, resocialization, cognitive retraining, therapeutic community, group therapy, sensory stimulation, reality orientation, and remotivation.

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