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Vision, perception, and cognition : a manual for the evaluation and treatment of the neurologically impaired adult

Author: Barbara Zoltan; Ellen Siev
Publisher: Thorofare, NJ : SLACK Inc., ©1996.
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This updated work provides a reference for outlining the theoretical basis for visual, perceptual and cognitive deficits, as well as specific procedures for the evaluation and treatment of these  Read more...

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Title: Vision, perception, and cognition : a manual for the evaluation and treatment of the neurologically impaired adult /
Database Name: WorldCat
All Authors / Contributors: Barbara Zoltan; Ellen Siev
ISBN: 1556422652; 9781556422652
Notes: "Previously published under the title: Perceptual dysfunction in the adult stroke patient : a manual for evaluation and treatment by Ellen Siev and Brenda Freishtat, and under the title The adult stroke patient : a manual for evaluation and treatment of perceptual and cognitive dysfunction, revised second edition by Barbara Zoltan, Ellen Siev, and Brenda Freishtat."
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Content: Ch. 1. Theoretical Basis for Evaluation and Treatment -- Ch. 2. General Evaluation Issues -- Ch. 3. Visual Processing Skills -- Ch. 4. Apraxia -- Ch. 5. Body Scheme Disorders -- Ch. 6. Visual Discrimination Skills -- Ch. 7. Agnosia -- Ch. 8. Orientation, Attention and Memory -- Ch. 9. Executive Functions -- Ch. 10. Acalculia -- Ch. 11. Factors that Influence the Patient's Vision, Perception and Cognition -- Ch. 12. The Use of Computers in Visual, Perceptual and Cognitive Retraining -- Appendix A: Additional Current and Related Evaluations Developed by Occupational Therapists -- Appendix B: Evaluation Index.

Saint Francis University Library notes:
"Previously published under the title: Perceptual dysfunction in the adult stroke patient : a manual for evaluation and treatment by Ellen Siev and Brenda Freishtat, and under the title The adult stroke patient : a manual for evaluation and treatment of perceptual and cognitive dysfunction, revised second edition by Barabara Zoltan, Ellen Siev, and Brenda Freishtat."
Description: xiv, 211 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Ch. 1. Theoretical Basis for Evaluation and Treatment -- Ch. 2. General Evaluation Issues -- Ch. 3. Visual Processing Skills -- Ch. 4. Apraxia -- Ch. 5. Body Scheme Disorders -- Ch. 6. Visual Discrimination Skills -- Ch. 7. Agnosia -- Ch. 8. Orientation, Attention and Memory -- Ch. 9. Executive Functions -- Ch. 10. Acalculia -- Ch. 11. Factors that Influence the Patient's Vision, Perception and Cognition -- Ch. 12. The Use of Computers in Visual, Perceptual and Cognitive Retraining -- Appendix A: Additional Current and Related Evaluations Developed by Occupational Therapists -- Appendix B: Evaluation Index.
Responsibility: Barbara Zoltan.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Zoltan, Barbara. Vision, perception, and cognition. Thorofare, NJ : SLACK Inc., ©1996 (OCoLC)604388205
Online version: Zoltan, Barbara. Vision, perception, and cognition. Thorofare, NJ : SLACK Inc., ©1996 (OCoLC)607818009
Year: ©1996.
Publisher: Thorofare, NJ : SLACK Inc.,
Standard Numbers: LCCN: 96024230; National Library: 9607606
Class Descriptors: LC Class No.: RC388.5; Dewey No.: 616.8/103
OCLC No.: 34824350
Local System Bib Number:
.b1815015
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