volume 41, issue 5, P362-370 2006
DOI: 10.1080/01650250500346103
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Abstract: Given the interaction of cognitive, behavioural, psychological, and physical factors resulting from traumatic brain injury (TBI), a comprehensive, multidisciplinary, and neuropsychologically oriented rehabilitation could prove to be particularly promising and efficacious in the neuropsychological rehabilitation of post‐acute brain‐injured individuals. Kurt Goldstein, an eminent pioneer in the development of holistic rehabilitation, stated that brain‐injured patients need environments that help them to avoid ca…

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