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Which model of cognitive rehabilitation describes how cognitive processes might be used for everyday tasks?
a. Neuroanatomical -0-0
b. Factor-analytic-0-0
c. Functional-1-0 ( Answer )
d. Cognitive Processing-0-0
Which factors contribute to a faster recovery following TBI?
a. Male gender, multicultural background, focal injury-0-0
b. Young adult, mild focal injury, high education level-1-0 ( Answer )
c. Diffuse injury, female gender, older adult-0-0
d. Early injury, high intelligence, frontal lobe injury-0-0
What factors characterize the contextualized approach to cognitive rehabilitation?
a. Situational observation, environmental modifications, clinical treatment setting only-0-0
b. Goal to eliminate underlying cognitive impairment, retraining exercises, measures functional improvement-0-0
c. Compensatory behavior training, measures functional improvement, environmental modifications-1-0 ( Answer )
d. Goal to improve performance on standardized tests, environmental modifications, improve family support skills-0-0
Which of the following is false?
a. There is evidence to support visual scanning training for remediation of visuospatial deficits. -0-0
b. There is evidence to support group communication therapies. -0-0
c. There is evidence to support compensatory strategy training in persons with moderate to severe memory impairment.-0-0
d. There is evidence to support strategy training for attentions deficits in the acute period after TBI.-1-0 ( Answer )
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