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- 1 IntroductionLeeanne M. Carey
- 2 Stroke Rehabilitation: A Learning PerspectiveLeeanne M. Carey, Helene J. Polatajko, Lisa Tabor Connor and Carolyn M. Baum
- 3 Neural Plasticity as a Basis for Stroke RehabilitationMichael Nilsson, Milos Pekny and Marcela Pekna
- 4 Imaging Techniques Provide New InsightsJ-Donald Tournier, Richard A. J. Masterton and Rüdiger J. Seitz
- 5 Multimodal Neurophysiological InvestigationsCathrin M. Buetefisch and Aina Puce
- 6 Stroke: Pathophysiology, Recovery Potential, and Timelines for Recovery and RehabilitationRüdiger J. Seitz and Geoffrey A. Donnan
- 7 Organization of CareDominique A. Cadilhac, Tara Purvis, Julie Bernhardt and Nicol Korner-Bitensky
- 8 Motivation, Mood, and the Right EnvironmentThomas K. A. Linden, Leeanne M. Carey and Michael Nilsson
- 9 Training Principles to Enhance Learning-Based Rehabilitation and NeuroplasticityPaulette van Vliet, Thomas A. Matyas and Leeanne M. Carey
- 10 Adjunctive TherapiesCharlotte J. Stagg and Heidi Johansen-Berg
- 17 Targeting Viable Brain Networks to Improve Outcomes After StrokeCathy Stinear and Winston Byblow
- 18 Directions for Stroke Rehabilitation Clinical Practice and ResearchLeeanne M. Carey