Cognitive neuropsychology and rehabilitation: Is pessimism justified?

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The paper considers the possible role that cognitive neuropsychology might play in neuropsychological rehabilitation. Issues specifically considered include (i) under what conditions can alternative systems substitute for an impaired one, (ii) the potential efficacy of direct retraining, (iii) the acquisition and voluntary application of new schemes.

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Shallice, T. (2000). Cognitive neuropsychology and rehabilitation: Is pessimism justified? Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. Psychology Press Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1080/096020100389129

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