Lebensziele in der neuropsychologischen Rehabilitation. Empirische Befunde und therapeutische Implikationen.

Erworbene Hirnschädigungen führen neben kognitiven Defiziten häufig auch zu anhaltenden motivationalen und emotionalen Störungen. Eine hohe Komorbidität mit psychischen Erkran-kungen ist belegt. Die Behandlung dieser komplexen Problemlagen erfordert die Integration neuropsychologischer und psychoth...

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Main Author: Conrad, Nico
Contributors: Exner, Cornelia (PD Dr.) (Thesis advisor)
Format: Dissertation
Language:German
Published: Philipps-Universität Marburg 2010
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