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Computerized Memory Training in TBI

The purpose of this rehabilitation research study is to evaluate the effectiveness of "RehaCom," a computerized treatment for memory deficits, delivered in addition to one on one training of memory, to improve verbal memory and memory for people/faces for patients who survived a moderate to severe TBI. 


Participation lasts 10 weeks. Participants meet for 18 sessions total. This includes 3 testing sessions (baseline, short-term, and long-term visits) each lasting 4-5 hours and rehabilitation sessions meeting twice a week for 1 hour each.  

Inclusion Criteria
  • Individuals diagnosed with moderate or severe TBI.
  • 18-65 years of age.
  • Have no co-occurring neurological disorders or learning disabilities.
  • Able to use a PC nonstop for up to an hour without health or visual complaints. 


Research Categories
Traumatic Brain Injury
Actively Recruiting