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(p. 49) How to Assess and Choose Computerized Cognitive Exercises 

(p. 49) How to Assess and Choose Computerized Cognitive Exercises
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(p. 49) How to Assess and Choose Computerized Cognitive Exercises
Author(s):

Alice Medalia

, Tiffany Herlands

, Alice Saperstein

, and Nadine Revheim

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190608453.003.0004
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date: 21 October 2019

Computerized cognitive exercises are a central feature of the Neuropsychological Educational Approach to Remediation (NEAR), and therapists face challenging decisions when choosing activities. Therapists should have a theoretical and practical framework for evaluating the suitability of exercises for clients. Thirty years of clinical experience with thousands of patients has shown that there is no one package or product that works well for everyone. Fortunately, there are many products to choose from. Chapter 4 reviews the many factors for the therapist to consider to ensure that exercises are appropriate for the program, meet standard guidelines, and are tailored to the clients’ needs.

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