Cognitive Rehabilitation for Executive Dysfunction in Adults With Stroke or Other Adult Nonprogressive Acquired Brain Damage

@inproceedings{Chung2013CognitiveRF,
  title={Cognitive Rehabilitation for Executive Dysfunction in Adults With Stroke or Other Adult Nonprogressive Acquired Brain Damage},
  author={Charlie S Y Chung and Alex Pollock and Tanya Campbell and Brian R. Durward and Suzanne Hagen},
  year={2013}
}
Executive functions are cognitive processes essential for controlling goal-oriented behavior and responding to new and novel situations. Executive function includes the processes of planning, initiation, organization, inhibition, problem solving, self-monitoring, and error correction. It has been estimated that ≈75% of stroke survivors experience impaired executive function (executive dysfunction), resulting in reduced capacity to regain independence in activities of daily living, particularly… CONTINUE READING

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