Traumatic Brain Injury Research
Traumatic brain injury research at Kessler Foundation explores potential treatments and interventions for deficits in cognition, mobility, and emotional processing.
Improving Medication Self-Administration and Health after Brain Injury
The purpose of this research study is to assess medication self-administration and the impact of three different interventions on improving medication adherence (the ability to take correct doses at the right time of the day for each medication prescribed).
Computerized Intervention to Improve Balance Dysfunction in TBI
This study examines a computerized biofeedback intervention as a treatment for balance difficulties in TBI. Visits include balance tests, physical measures, and cognitive tests.
Effects of Metacognition
This study examines a treatment to improve metacognition (your ability to think about your own thinking) in TBI.
Prospective Memory in TBI
This research aims to test aspects of a computer-based cognitive rehabilitation program designed to improve thinking skills in individuals with TBI, particularly improving the ability to remember to do things in the future.
Memory Re-training to Improve Cognition in TBI
The purpose of this research study is to investigate the effectiveness of administering a group memory retraining program in the Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) population.
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 sever
Improving Memory and Learning in TBI
The protocol includes teaching participants how to restructure a memory demanding situation in order to make optimal use of self-generation, spaced learning, and self-testing.
Traumatic Brain Injury and Menopause
Researchers are examining menopausal symptoms (e.g., hot flashes, depression, irritability, sleep dysfunction via hot flashes, fatigue via sleep disturbance, etc.) and identifying how these symptoms may also be impacted by traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Understanding Cortical Changes in Individuals with Brain Injury
The goal of this project is to understand the cortical activity changes due to loss of motor control in lower extremities as a result of brain injury, and also the gain of motor control due to recovery through robotic rehabilitation.
Processing Speed and Eye Movements
The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between eye movements and the speed someone is able to process information.
Improving Hand and Arm Movement Using Mental Practice
Northern New Jersey TBI Model Systems
The purpose of this study is to provide information which may help improve the treatment, care, and outcomes of people with traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Emotional Processing in Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)