Experience and Benefits of an Adaptive Motion-Based Cognitive Training for improving Executive Functions following Acquired Brain Injury – Preliminary Results

Rehab Science and Rehabilitation Update Conference (RSTU), February 2016.
Collaborators: Traumatic Brain Injury department, Lowenstein Rehabilitation Center, Raanana, Israel;
Department of Occupational Therapy, Tel Aviv University, Israel.
Eliav, R., Blumenfeld, B., Swartz, Y., Maoz, S., Preminger, S., Rand, D., & Sacher, Y. (2016). Experience and Benefits of an Adaptive Motion-Based Cognitive Training for Improving Executive Functions following Acquired Brain Injury – Preliminary Results. Presented & Published in Rehab Science and Rehabilitation Update Conference.

Dec 9, 2016

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