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Historical Pathway from Description of Cognitive Recovery to Formal Neuropsychological Rehabilitation

Abstract : Neuropsychological rehabilitation is one of the subspecialties of neuropsychology, along with neuropsychological assessment, cognitive process descriptions, and anatomo-functional correlation, but it is still frequently underrecognized, even from a historical point of view. In this chronological review, we propose following some of the historical descriptions of cognitive recovery, and the suggested procedures and therapies to improve this recovery from mythological periods and the antiquity to recent contemporary periods and the birth of formal neuropsychological rehabilitation in neurological and psychiatric conditions.
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Eloi Magnin, Ilham Ryff, Baptiste Brun, Pierre Decavel, Sebastien Hague, et al.. Historical Pathway from Description of Cognitive Recovery to Formal Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. A History of Neuropsychology, 44, S. Karger AG, pp.179-191, 2019, Frontiers of Neurology and Neuroscience, ⟨10.1159/000494962⟩. ⟨hal-03630153⟩

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