Working Memory Training in Adults with Traumatic Brain InjurySupport this project
Working memory (WM) allows temporary storage of information in the brain during processing, and is important for attention and problem-solving. WM can be impaired following brain injury, negatively affecting functioning at home and work. Thus, this pilot study will evaluate a computer-based WM training in individuals recovering from brain injury.
After completing her PhD, Dr Gozdzikowska completed a Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the UC Rose Centre for Stroke Recovery and Research. Additionally, she has worked as a lecturer at the University of Canterbury in the Department of Communication Disorders. Now, she is a Research Fellow at the Laura Fergusson Trust, providing evidenced-based, intensive rehabilitation to individuals following Traumatic Brain Injury.More About Dr Kristin Gozdzikowska