Richard Balliet

University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
"Richard Balliet"
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Perlman S, Blood K, Sackett J, et al. (1991) Anatomic and Functional Changes Associated with Crossed Cerebellar Diaschisis in Chronic Brain Injured Subjects Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 5: 219-227
Blood K, Perlman S, Balliet R, et al. (1991) Visual Cortex Hyperactivity During Arm Movements in Brain Injured Individuals: Evidence of Compensatory Shifts in Functional Neural Systems Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 5: 211-218
Balliet R, Harbst KB, Kim D, et al. (1987) Retraining of functional gait through the reduction of upper extremity weight-bearing in chronic cerebellar ataxia. International Rehabilitation Medicine. 8: 148-53
Balliet R, Harbst K, Kramer T. (1986) Neuromuscular reeducation. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 67: 841-2
Balliet R, Levy B, Blood KM. (1986) Upper extremity sensory feedback therapy in chronic cerebrovascular accident patients with impaired expressive aphasia and auditory comprehension. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 67: 304-10
Balliet R, Blood KM, Bach-y-Rita P. (1985) Visual field rehabilitation in the cortically blind? Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry. 48: 1113-24
Delis DC, Robertson LC, Balliet R. (1983) The breakdown and rehabilitation of visuospatial dysfunction in brain-injured patients. International Rehabilitation Medicine. 5: 132-8
Balliet R, Bach y Rita P. (1983) Introduction: The emerging field of visual rehabilitation International Rehabilitation Medicine. 5: 105
Balliet R, Shinn JB, Bach-y-Rita P. (1982) Facial paralysis rehabilitation: retraining selective muscle control. International Rehabilitation Medicine. 4: 67-74
Balliet R, Clay A, Blood K. (1982) The training of visual acuity in myopia. Journal of the American Optometric Association. 53: 719-24
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