Christopher S. Ahuja & Michael Fehlings (University of Toronto, ON, Canada) discuss their work in neuroregeneration for spinal cord injuries.
New research indicates that telehealth training may represent a viable method for teaching parents to provide therapy for autistic children themselves.
In a collaborative study researchers have found that individuals suffering from social disorders such as schizophrenia or social phobia could benefit from humanoid robotics and computer avatar aided rehabilitation.
Naltrexone could improve relapse rates for heroin addicts and provide an alternative to currently controversial treatments.
G Lorimer Moseley et al. review the impact of group composition in cognitive-behavioral therapy for chronic pain and present a conceptual framework for analyzing group-composition within the context of pain management.
Results of a 5 year, randomized clinical trial integrating both motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral therapy suggests better long-term patient improvement rates for those suffering from generalized anxiety disorder.
This article investigates the effect of exercise-related changes in core body temperature on cognitive performance in multiple sclerosis.
Subjects with borderline personality disorder exhibit changes in brain activity that are associated with clinical improvement subsequent to treatment with transference-focused psychotherapy, implying underlying neural mechanisms involved in the treatment’s success.
New study evaluates the efficacy of vagus nerve stimulation for recovery from stroke-related disabilities.