Self-efficacy outcomes of people with brain injury in cognitive skill training using different types of trainer-trainee interaction.

@article{Man2006SelfefficacyOO,
  title={Self-efficacy outcomes of people with brain injury in cognitive skill training using different types of trainer-trainee interaction.},
  author={David Wai-Kwong Man and Wallace Y L Soong and S F Tam and Christina W. Y. Hui-Chan},
  journal={Brain injury},
  year={2006},
  volume={20 9},
  pages={959-70}
}
PRIMARY OBJECTIVE To evaluate the effects of different trainer-trainee interaction patterns on the self-efficacy outcomes of trainees with brain injury. RESEARCH DESIGN A pre-test and post-test randomized clinical trial design. METHODS AND PROCEDURES One hundred and three subjects with brain injury were recruited and 83 subjects participated in analogical problem-solving training that was delivered in three respective interaction modes: (a) direct trainer-trainee interaction, (b) self-paced… CONTINUE READING