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Effectiveness of rehabilitation for cognitive deficits
  1. J Pariente

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    Edited by Peter W Halligan, Derick T Wade. Published by Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2005, £34.50 (softcover), pp 388. ISBN 0-19-852654-7

    Cognitive neuropsychology and neuroimaging have helped to better understand human cognition in the past 20 years. But understanding is not enough and the time has come to find ways of restoring efficient cognitive function after brain damage. Pharmacological treatments have been shown to be capable of altering cognitive …

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