Andrzej Mirski

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BACKGROUND We hypothesized that there would be a good response to relative beta training, applied to regulate the dynamics of brain function in a patient with benign partial epilepsy with Rolandic Spikes (BPERS), associated with neuropsychiatric deficits resembling the symptoms of attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). CASE REPORT The patient,(More)
We examined the effectiveness of neurotherapy for chronic, impaired self-awareness and secondary ADHD (SADHD) diagnosed in the patient after severe TBI. We hypothesized a good response to relative beta training. Patient A.A., age 30, after severe TBI and long-term coma, suffered from chronic, impaired self-awareness and SADHD, manifesting two years post(More)
The aim of this review is to discuss the basic forms of neuropsychological rehabilitation for patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI). More broadly, we discussed cognitive rehabilitation therapy (CRT) which constitutes a fundamental component in therapeutic interaction at many centres worldwide. Equally presented is a comprehensive model of(More)
AIM One of the applications of the Neurofeedback methodology is peak performance in sport. The protocols of the neurofeedback are usually based on an assessment of the spectral parameters of spontaneous EEG in resting state conditions. The aim of the paper was to study whether the intensive neurofeedback training of a well-functioning Olympic athlete who(More)
Despite recent interest in the brain/mind problem and the possible organic correlates of mental disease, relatively few case studies have examined the problem concretely. This article examines the effectiveness of neurotherapy for a 68-year-old male schizophrenic patient whose psychotic symptoms displayed qualitative and quantitative changes after a(More)
INTRODUCTION The paper presents an example of the successful administration of the Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) system. Such an approach is of particular significance in cases of patients with speech and language deterioration, which is observed in a nonfluent/agrammatic variant of primary progressive aphasia (PPA-G). Regaining the(More)
INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVE The aim of the article is to present the consequences of traumatic brain injury in children, associated with general cognition and behavioural disorders, mainly of the antisocial type. MATERIAL AND METHODS A total of 20 school-age children took part in the study, including six girls and 14 boys. The average age of the children(More)
BACKGROUND Dysarthia is a common sequela of cerebral palsy (CP), directly affecting both the intelligibility of speech and the child's psycho-social adjustment. Speech therapy focused exclusively on the articulatory organs does not always help CP children to speak more intelligibly. The program of art therapy described here has proven to be helpful for(More)