Leonard Diller

Affiliations: 
New York University School of Medicine, New York, NY, United States 
Area:
cognitive rehabilitation
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Cho YS, Sohlberg MM, Albin R, et al. (2017) Training adults with acquired brain injury how to help-seek when wayfinding: an understudied critical life skill. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. 1-18
Cho YS, Sohlberg M, Rath J, et al. (2016) Training Adults with Brain Injury How to Help-Seek When Lost Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 97: e57
Bertisch H, Rath JF, Long C, et al. (2014) An Efficient Method for Assigning Neurorehabilitation Outpatients to Treatment Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 95: e10
Long C, Verkuilen J, Rath JF, et al. (2014) An Item Level Analysis and Validation Study of the Problem-Solving Questionnaire's Emotional Self-Regulation Scale Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 95: e54
Bertisch HC, Long C, Langenbahn DM, et al. (2013) Anxiety as a primary predictor of functional impairment after acquired brain injury: a brief report. Rehabilitation Psychology. 58: 429-35
Kim S, Zemon V, Cavallo MM, et al. (2013) Poster 105 Comparison of Individuals in a Structured Day Program vs. a Rehabilitation Program Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 94: e47
Rath JF, Hradil AL, Litke DR, et al. (2011) Clinical applications of problem-solving research in neuropsychological rehabilitation: addressing the subjective experience of cognitive deficits in outpatients with acquired brain injury. Rehabilitation Psychology. 56: 320-8
Bertisch H, Rath JF, Langenbahn DM, et al. (2011) Group Treatment in Acquired Brain Injury Rehabilitation Journal For Specialists in Group Work. 36: 264-277
Miles L, Grossman RI, Johnson G, et al. (2008) Short-term DTI predictors of cognitive dysfunction in mild traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury. 22: 115-22
Ben-Yishay Y, Diller L. (2008) Kurt Goldstein’s Holistic Ideas—An Alternative, or Complementary, Approach to the Management of Traumatically Brain-injured Individuals Us Neurology. 4: 79
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