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Cerebral reorganization of function after brain damage / edited by Harvey S. Levin, Jordan Grafman.

Publication:
New York : Oxford University Press, 2000.
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xvi, 392 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
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Subjects:
Neuroplasticity.
Brain damage -- Patients -- Rehabilitation.
Brain -- Wounds and injuries -- Patients -- Rehabilitation.
Brain -- Wounds and injuries -- Complications.
Medical subjects:
Brain Injuries -- rehabilitation.
Brain Injuries -- complications.
Cognition Disorders -- rehabilitation.
Neuronal Plasticity.
Local subjects:
Neuroplasticity. (search)
Brain damage -- Patients -- Rehabilitation. (search)
Contents:
Ch. 1. Historical notes on reorganization of function and neuroplasticity
Sect. I. Neuroscience research on neuroplasticity and reorganization of function
Ch. 2. Neuropsychological indices of early medial temporal lobe dysfunction in primates
Ch. 3. Cognitive recovery from traumatic brain injury: results of posttraumatic experimental interventions
Ch. 4. Growth of new connections and adult
Ch. 5. Neuroanatomic basis for reorganization of function after prefrontal damage in primates
Ch. 6. Reorganization of function after cortical lesions in rodents
Ch. 7. Rapid reorganization of subcortical and cortical maps in adult primates
Ch. 8. Motor rehabilitation, use-related neural events, and reorganization of the brain after injury
Ch. 9. Role of neuroplasticity in functional recovery after stroke
Sect. II. Developmental studies of neuroplasticity
Ch. 10. Spatial cognitive development following prenatal or perinatal focal brain injury
Ch. 11. Neuroplasticity following traumatic diffuse versus focal brain injury in children: studies of verbal fluency
Ch. 12. Cerebral reorganization in children with congential hemiplegia: evidence from the dichotic listening test
Ch. 13. Reorganization of motor function in cerebral palsy
Sect. III. Techniques for studying neuroplasticity in humans
Ch. 14. The developmental disorders: does plasticity play a role?
Ch. 15. Transcranial magnetic stimulation as a tool for detecting changes in the organization of the human motor system after central and peripheral lesions
Ch. 16. Methodological issues in functional magnetic resonance imaging studies of plasticity following brain injury
Ch. 17. Neuroimaging of functional recovery
Ch. 18. Computational modeling of the cortical response to focal damage
Sect. IV. Synthesis and implications for rehabilitation
Ch. 19. Conceptual issues relevant to present and future neurologic rehabilitation.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Levin, Harvey S.
Grafman, Jordan.
ISBN:
0195120264 (alk. paper)
OCLC:
42429693