Working Memory Training in Adults with Traumatic Brain Injury
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