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Although the majority of research on human memory has concentrated on a person's ability to recall or recognize items as having been presented in a particular situation, the effects of memory are also revealed in a person's performance of a perceptual task. Prior experience with material can make that material more easily identified or comprehended in(More)
OBJECTIVE This study evaluated whether tailored cognitive-behavioral therapy (TCBT) that incorporated preferences for learning specific cognitive and/or behavioral skills and used motivational enhancement strategies would improve treatment engagement and participation compared with standard CBT (SCBT). We hypothesized that participants receiving TCBT would(More)
BACKGROUND Falls are common after stroke. Simple, clinically practical tools are needed to easily identify patients with stroke who are at risk of falls. The objective of this study was to identify the factors associated with increased fall risk in a poststroke population. METHODS We assessed factors associated with fall risk among poststroke patients.(More)
Falls are a serious medical complication following stroke. The objectives of this study were to (1) confirm the prevalence of falls among patients with stroke during acute hospitalization, (2) identify factors associated with falls during the acute stay, and (3) examine whether in-hospital falls were associated with loss of function after stroke (new(More)
BACKGROUND Managing cerebrovascular risk factors is complex and difficult. The objective of this program evaluation was to assess the effectiveness of an outpatient Multidisciplinary Stroke Clinic model for the clinical management of veterans with cerebrovascular disease or cerebrovascular risk factors. METHODS The Multidisciplinary Stroke Clinic provided(More)
  • Frances B Duran, Kathy S Hepburn, Roxane K Kaufmann, Lan T Le, Mary Dallas, Allen +2 others
  • 2009
T his synthesis has been developed to describe early childhood mental health consultation (ECMHC) and the existing evidence base for its effectiveness in fostering healthy social and emotional development in young children, birth through age 6. It provides a description of the emerging evidence base that many of the beliefs and much of the current body of(More)
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