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Using Virtual Environments for Stroke Rehabilitation

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Cardoso, L.S. ; Laboratorio de Neuropsicologia e Cognicao, Univ. Fed. do Rio de Janeiro ; da Costa, R.M.E.M. ; Piovesana, A. ; Costa, M.
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The aim of this article is to present partial results of a pilot study that explores computer technology to enhance some cognitive and executive functions of patients who had a stroke. They each experienced activities that stimulate cognitive functions in virtual environments, which present some activities related to day-to-day situations

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