Rey J Erickson

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Previous research (LaPointe & Erickson, 1991) has shown that aphasic individuals have difficulty, relative to control subjects, in monitoring for spoken words while performing a secondary task. This finding may indicate that aphasics have fundamental deficits in attention or that their linguistic deficits are simply exacerbated by dividing attention. Twenty(More)
The question of fitness to drive following acquired brain injury is commonly encountered in rehabilitation settings. Pre-driving assessments are usually performed prior to on-road assessments, but there is no uniformity as to the instruments employed. Neuropsychological tests are often employed to assess different functional domains. One domain that has(More)
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