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The effectiveness of handheld computers for improving everyday memory functioning

A randomized controlled trial of the effectiveness of handheld computers for improving everyday memory functioning in patients with memory impairments after acquired brain injury From Clinical Rehabilitation Prospective memory failure is common among brain injury survivors. Memory impairment not only … Continue reading

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Benefits of a mini-trampoline training program for stroke sufferers

Effects of a predefined mini-trampoline training program on balance, mobility and activities of daily living after stroke: a randomized controlled pilot study From Clinical Rehabilitation The ability to control balance in the sitting and standing positions after a stroke is … Continue reading

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Renewed interest in criminal careers

Special issue From European Journal Of Criminology This ‘criminal careers’ special issue showcases some of the best studies by respected European researchers exploring engagement in crime over the life course. Attention to the subject has been prompted by renewed interest … Continue reading

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The rehabilitation aim of probation officers at odds with UK Government punishment agenda

Attitudes and beliefs of trainee probation officers: A ‘new breed’? From Probation Journal In recent years the UK Government has been placing less emphasis on the idea of probation as a form of rehabilitation, instead re-framing it as ‘punishment in … Continue reading

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