International Journal of Neurorehabilitation

ISSN: 2376-0281

Open Access

Inge Wilms

Inge Wilms

Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen & Center for Rehabilitation of Brain Injury, Denmark.

Dr. Inge L. Wilms is currently working at Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen. Author’s significant publications include “Case Study into the Effect of Intensive Mass Training on Chronic Pure Alexia”. Author current research interests include Cognitive Psychology, Neurorehabilitation, Cognitive Neuropsychology, Visual Attention.
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Basic elements common for the activation and control of brain plasticity including:
Intensity in training (frequency and length) Adaptive level of difficulty in training. Which logic provides the best results? Feedback and the way it is provided to the trainee Computerbased cognitive rehabilitation. Special considerations in the use of IT in rehabilitation to get en effect of training. Adaptive training. How machine learning algorithms may be used to adapt level of difficulty in training to the individual progress of the trainee. Improving diagnostic tools for neglect using computerbased tests. Constraint Induced Therapy, CIT, CILT

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