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  1. General text 1 item
    1. Principles of neural science, 5th ed - Eric R. Kandel 2013

      Book Recommended reading

  2. Week 1 Reading: Brain Changes and Rehabilitation Following Injuries or Cortical Lesions 4 items
    1. Phantoms in the brain: human nature and the architecture of the mind - V. S. Ramachandran, Sandra Blakeslee 1999

      Book Recommended reading Chapters 1-3

    2. Phantoms in the brain: probing the mysteries of the human mind

      Chapter Recommended reading read chapter 3 pp 39-62 Chasing the Phantom

    3. Phantom limb pain: a case of maladaptive CNS plasticity? - Herta Flor, Lone Nikolajsen, Troels Staehelin Jensen 11/2006

      Article Recommended reading

  3. Week 2: Closed Head Injuries and Cognition: Effects and Treatment 3 items
    1. Neuropharmacological modulation of cognitive deficits after brain damage - Andrew Parton, Elizabeth Coulthard, Masud Husain 12/2005

      Article Recommended reading

    2. Cognitive rehabilitation after severe acquired brain injury: current evidence and future directions - Rosaria De Luca, Rocco Salvatore Calabrò, Placido Bramanti 18/08/2018

      Article Recommended reading

  4. Week 3: Effects of the Brain: Putative Mechanisms 3 items
    1. Sport and exercise psychology: international perspectives

      Chapter Recommended reading Read chapter 7 pp 83-93 'Exercise relative to other treatments for reduction of anxiety/depression: Overcoming the Principle of Least Effort'

    2. The psychology of exercise: integrating theory and practice - Curt Lox, Kathleen A. Martin Ginis, Steven J. Petruzzello 2017 (electronic resource)

      Chapter Recommended reading Read chapter 'Cognitive function and exercise', pp. 43-68.

  5. Week 4: Exercise as an Intervention: Acute and Chronic Effects 1 item
    1. See Week 3 for suggested reading list

  6. Week 5: Reading Week 0 items
  7. Week 6: No lectures 0 items
  8. Week 7: The Use of Neurofeedback in Cognitive Rehabilitation 3 items
    1. Non-invasive brain stimulation in neurorehabilitation: local and distant effects for motor recovery - Sook-Lei Liew, Emilliano Santarnecchi, Ethan R. Buch, Leonardo G. Cohen 27/06/2014

      Article Recommended reading

  9. Week 8: Psychological Interventions: Brain Predictors and Correlates 3 items
    1. Does Meditation Alter Brain Responses to Negative Stimuli? A Systematic Review - Andressa A. Magalhaes, Leticia Oliveira, Mirtes G. Pereira, Carolina B. Menezes 13/11/2018

      Article Recommended reading

  10. Week 9: The Impact of Training, Learning, and Cortical Plasticity 3 items
    1. Motor skill learning between selection and execution - Jörn Diedrichsen, Katja Kornysheva 04/2015

      Article Recommended reading

    2. Targeted training: Converging evidence against the transferable benefits of online brain training on cognitive function - Bobby Stojanoski, Kathleen M. Lyons, Alexandra A.A. Pearce, Adrian M. Owen 08/2018

      Article Recommended reading

  11. Week 10: The sleep deprived human brain: implications for cognitive function and mental disorders 2 items
    1. Sleep and emotional processing - Daniela Tempesta, Valentina Socci, Luigi De Gennaro, Michele Ferrara 08/2018

      Article Recommended reading

  12. Week 11: The role of cognition in older adult gait and balance rehabilitation 4 items
    1. Determinants of disparities between perceived and physiological risk of falling among elderly people: cohort study - Kim Delbaere, Jacqueline C T Close, Henry Brodaty, Perminder Sachdev and Stephen R Lord 2010

      Article Recommended reading

    2. Recalibrating disparities in perceived and actual balance abilities in older adults: a mixed-methods evaluation of a novel exergaming intervention - Toby J. Ellmers, Ioannis Th. Paraskevopoulos, A. Mark Williams, William R. Young 12/2018

      Article Recommended reading

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