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Executive functioning and ecological validity in fMRI, neuropsychological assessment, and rehabilitation

14 October 2009

PhD ceremony: ms. K.F. Lamberts, 14.45 uur, Academiegebouw, Broerstraat 5, Groningen

Thesis: Executive functioning and ecological validity in fMRI, neuropsychological assessment, and rehabilitation

Promotor(s): prof. W.H. Brouwer, prof. J.H.A. de Keyser

Faculty: Medical Sciences

 

This thesis describes a search for ecological validity (value of test or research results when applied in daily life) of tests and neuropsychological rehabilitation aimed at executive functions (higher cerebral functions that enable a person to intentionally initiate and regulate new patterns of behaviour and ways of thinking, and to introspect upon them).

 

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