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  • Why Cogmed Matters for Traumatic Brain Injury

    Presenter: Peter C. Entwistle, PhD

    This webinar has been updated to include the 2015 study by Hellgren, et al. “Computerized Training of Working Memory for Patients with Acquired Brain Injury”. The webinar is focused upon this burgeoning area of research with several Cogmed-specific studies. A number of these studies will be covered in some detail. However, first a broader picture of TBI will be considered which includes how working memory capacity has been found to relate to survival, community integration, quality of life, reduced depression and to correlate with executive functions (EF). EF have been found to relate to obtaining competitive employment, occupational outcomes and social integration. Then the Cogmed specific studies will be reviewed which include survivors of stroke, acquired brain injury and traumatic brain injury who completed Cogmed. Finally, we will consider for adults what factors are related to return to work successfully. For children we will consider how TBI’s effects on working memory affect their return to learn in school.

    Date: Mar 18, 2016 - Time: 02:00 PM CST

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