Signs and Strategies for Educating Students With Brain Injuries : A Practical Guide for Teachers and Schools by Gary Wolcott, Marilyn Lash, Sue Pearson, 1995.An excellent resource manual that professionals can use to help them better understand and plan for the educational need of children and adolescents with brain injuries.
Educational Dimensions of Acquired Brain Injuries by Ronald C. Savage, Gary F. Wolcott, 1994.
What to Do About Your Brain-Injured Child or Your Brain-Damaged, Mentally Retarded, Mentally Deficient, Rigid, Epileptic, Autistic, Athetoid, Hyperac by Glenn Doman; Avery Publishing Group, 1994.
The Coloring Review of Neuroscience by D. Michael McKeough; Little Brown & Company, 1995. A step by step text describes the structure and function of the nervous system. Starting with the structure of the neuron, the book explains how nerve impulses are generated and conducted, discusses the control of voluntary and reflex movements, portrays the structure and function of generalized and specialized sensory systems, and concludes with higher cortical functions and symptoms of neurological disorders.
Brain Repair by Donald G. Stein, Bruno Will, Simon Brailowsky, Oxford University Press, 1995. Three internationally renowned neuroscientists offer a fascinating look at the explosive advances in our understanding and treatment of brain damage. Presenting information from the cutting-edge of one of science's most intriguing frontiers, Brainworks reveals new hope for people with brain damage--brain cells can regenerate.
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