Programs and Grants prior to 2000

Programs and Grants prior to 2000

     Searched for: Cognitive Rehabilitation
     Search Results: 33

Grantee / ResearcherGrant Details

Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technolo
Gregory DiGirolamo
Using Executive Function to Remediate Memory Disorders

Carnegie Mellon University & University of Pittsbur
Marcel A. Just
Neurocognitive remediation of Aphasic Language Understanding

Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
Scott H. Johnson
A Motor Imagery-based Protocol for the Post-stroke Rehabilitation of Hemiplegic Adults: Development, implementation, and eval

King’s College-Institute of Psychiatry
Richard Brown
Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (CBT) for the Treatment of Depression in Patients With Brain Injury: A Neurocognitive Approach

Michigan State University
Thomas Carr
Applying Cognitive Neuroscience to Aphasia Rehabilitation: Intervention-induced plasticity of behavioral competence, cognitiv

Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute
John Whyte
Remediation of Attention Deficits Following Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury

Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute
Laurel Buxbaum
Effectiveness of Treatments of Hemispatial Neglect

Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute
Sharon K. McDowell
Treatment of Executive Function Deficits: Evidence from theoretical, clinical, and real world measures

Ospedale Di Riabilitazione S. Lucia
Luigi Pizzamiglio
The Use of Optokinetic Stimulation to Improve Rehabilitation of the Hemineglect Disorder

Rotman Research Insitute, Baycrest Centre for Geria
Terence W. Picton
Rehabilitation of Attentional Problems Following Traumatic Brain Injury

Rotman Research Institute
Fergus I.M. Craik
Rehabilitation of Memory: A Cognitive, Imaging and Behavioral Approach

Rotman Research Institute
Donald T. Stuss
Development of a Multidisciplinary Cognitive Rehabilitationilitation Research Team: Executive dysfunction and memory disorders

Rotman Research Institute
Donald T. Stuss

Rutgers University
Mark Gluck
Training Therapies for Memory-impaired Populations Suggested by Computational Theories of Hippocampal-dependent Cortical Reor

Trinity College
Sarah A. Raskin
Prospective Memory Training Following Traumatic Brain Injury

Trustees of Boston University
Martin L. Albert
Treating "Attention" to Improve Functional Comprehension in Aphasia

University of Alabama at Birmingham
Gitendra Uswatte
Accelerometry: A New Approach to Real-World Outcome Measurements in Rehabilitation

University of Alabama, Birmingham
Gitendra Uswatte
Accelerometry: A new approach to real-world outcome measures in rehabilitation

University of Arizona
Elizabeth Glisky
Enhancing Learning in Memory-impaired Patients

University of Bristol
Monika Harvey
A Visuomotor Feedback Paradigm for Assessing and Rehabilitating Hemispatial Neglect

University of California - Davis
Kathleen Baynes
The Use of Multiple Representations in Rehabilitation

University of California - Los Angeles
Barbara Knowlton
Applying Contextual Interference Paradigms to a Neurorehabilitation Setting

University of California - San Diego
V. S. Ramachandran
A New Treatment for Phantom Limb Pain

University of Colorado
Gail Ramsberger
Executive Function and Communication Success in Aphasia: Implications for rehabilitation

University of London, Goldsmiths College
Jules Davidoff
Multiple Brain Systems and the Rehabilitation of Face Recognition

University of Massachusetts at Amherst
G. Albyn Davis
Treatment of Aphasic Word-finding at the Automatic Level

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Charles M. Butter
Treatment for Unilateral Spatial Neglect after Stroke

University of Oregon
McKay Sohlberg
Pilot Project on Cognitive Rehabilitationilitation of Attentional Disorders

University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston
Kenneth Ottenbacher
Virtual Environments as Settings for Relearning Daily Living Skills

University of Turku
Matti Laine
Rehabilitation of Anomia: Explorations of cognitive and neural mechanisms

Washington University
Desiree A. White
A Model for Organizational Strategy Training in Individual with Traumatic Brain Injury

Washington University School of Medicine
Robert E. Hanlon
Effects of Contextual Interference on Learning and Retention of Functional Skills following Acquired Brain Damage: Implicatio

Washington University School of Medicine
Carolyn Baum
Improving Cognitive Performance: Cognition, Neurobiological Mechanisms, Treatment, and Community Reintegration