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A critical time window for recovery extends beyond one-year post-stroke

July 11th, 2019|Categories: News, Recent Publications, Uncategorized|

Previous studies in humans suggest that there is a 3- to 6-months “critical window” of heightened neuroplasticity poststroke. We analyze the temporal structure of recovery in patients with hemiparesis and uncover a precise gradient of enhanced sensitivity to treatment that expands far beyond the limits of the so-called critical window. These findings highlight the need for providing therapy to patients at the chronic and late chronic stages.

Coordinated representational reinstatement in the human hippocampus and lateral temporal cortex during episodic memory retrieval

May 21st, 2019|Categories: News, Recent Publications, Uncategorized|

Previous studies in humans suggest that there is a 3- to 6-mo “critical window” of heightened neuroplasticity poststroke. We analyze the temporal structure of recovery in patients with hemiparesis and uncover a precise gradient of enhanced sensitivity to treatment that expands far beyond the limits of the so-called critical window. These findings highlight the need for providing therapy to patients at the chronic and late chronic stages.

Augmented Dyadic Therapy Boosts Recovery of Language Function in Patients With Nonfluent Aphasia

April 29th, 2019|Categories: News, Recent Publications|

Our results demonstrate the effectiveness of the Rehabilitation Gaming System for aphasia for improving language and communication in patients with chronic aphasia suggesting that the current challenges faced by the healthcare system in the treatment of stroke might be effectively addressed by augmenting traditional therapy with computer-based methods.

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