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Brain Inj. 1991 Jul-Sep;5(3):241-52.

Improving executive function disorders in brain-injured clients.

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New Medico Highwatch Rehabilitation Center, Center Ossipee, New Hampshire 03814.

Abstract

In 1983, Lezak described executive functioning as the ability to engage in independent, purposeful, self-directive and self-serving behaviour. Self initiation, problem-solving and self-monitoring or regulation of behaviour are important components of executive functioning. This paper presents the results of efforts to improve executive functioning in three areas: problem solving, self-initiation and self-regulation.

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