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International Journal of Rehabilitation Research

December 2009 Volume 32, Number 4

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Assessment of Visuospatial Neglect in Stroke Patients Using Virtual Reality: A Pilot Study

    Michiel J. A. Jannink, Miguel Aznar, Alexander Cornelis de Kort, Wim van de Vis, Peter Veltink & Herman van der Kooij

    One of the neuropsychological deficits that can result from a stroke is the neglect phenomenon. Neglect has traditionally been assessed with paper-and-pencil tasks, which are administered within... More

    pp. 280-286

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  2. A Conceptual Framework for Electronic Socio-Emotional Support for People with Special Needs

    Carmit-Noa Shpigelman, Shunit Reiter & Patrice L. Weiss

    In recent years an increasing number of people under psychological distress turn to computer-mediated communication for support. A related development is the increasing number of computer-mediated ... More

    pp. 301-308

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  3. Interactive Metronome Training in Children with Attention Deficit and Developmental Coordination Disorders

    Sharon M. Cosper, Gregory P. Lee, Susan Beth Peters & Elizabeth Bishop

    The objective of this study was to examine the efficacy of Interactive Metronome (Interactive Metronome, Sunrise, Florida, USA) training in a group of children with mixed attentional and motor... More

    pp. 331-336

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