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This database contains 3 studies, archived under the term: "Neurorehabilitation And Neural Repair"

Effects of lexical-semantic treatment on memory in early Alzheimer disease: an observer-blinded randomized controlled trial

Background: Episodic memory and semantic abilities deteriorate early in Alzheimer disease (AD). Since the cognitive system includes interconnected and reciprocally influenced neuronal networks, the authors hypothesized that stimulation of lexical-semantic abilities may benefit semantically structured episodic memory.; Objective: To investigate the effects of lexical-semantic stimulation (LSS) on verbal communication and episodic memory in early AD.; […]

Cognitive rehabilitation changes memory-related brain activity in people with Alzheimer disease

Background: People with Alzheimer disease (AD) are capable of new learning when cognitive support is provided, suggesting that there is plasticity even in a degenerating brain. However, it is unclear how a cognition-focused intervention operates on a neural level.; Objective: The present study examined the effects of cognitive rehabilitation (CR) on memory-related brain activation in […]

The effects of an aerobic and resistance exercise training program on cognition following stroke

Background: Cognitive benefits obtained from exercise in healthy populations support the idea that aerobic and resistance training (AT+RT) would confer benefit for poststroke recovery. However, there is little evidence regarding the effectiveness of such programs.; Objective: To evaluate the effects of a 6-month exercise program of AT+RT on cognition in consecutively enrolled patients with motor […]

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