The bcos cognitive profile screen: Utility and predictive value for stroke (2014)

Wai Ling Bickerton, Nele Demeyere, Dawn Francis, Viba Kumar, Marietta Remoundou, Alex Balani, Lara Harris, Jon Williamson, Johnny K. Lau, Dana Samson, M. Jane Riddoch, Glyn W. Humphreys

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Cognitive defi cits are prevalent at the acute stage of stroke (Jaillard, Naegele, TrabuccoMiguel, LeBas, & Hommel, 2009). They interfere with the potential benefi ts of rehabilitation and affect recovery (Ballard et al., 2003; Barker-Collo & Feigin, 2006; de Haan, Nys, & van Zandvoort, 2006; Donovan et al., 2008; Edwards et al., 2006; Fure, Bruun Wyller, Engedal, & Thommessen, 2006; Narasimhalu et al., 2009; Nys et al., 2006; Pohjasvaara et al., 2000; Stephens et al., 2005; van Zandvoort, Kessels, Nys, de Haan, & Kappelle, 2005; Zinn et al., 2004). Moreover, cognitive defi cits are associated with a poorer quality of life (Moon, Kim, Kim, Won, & Kim, 2004; Nichols-Larsen, Clark, Zeringue, Greenspan, & Blanton, 2005; Paul et al., 2005) and depression (Kauhanen et al., 1999; Nys et al., 2006).

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAttention, Perception and Action
Subtitle of host publicationSelected Works of Glyn Humphreys
EditorsGlyn W. Humphreys
PublisherTaylor and Francis Inc.
Number of pages22
ISBN (Electronic)9781317496076
ISBN (Print)9781138889538
Publication statusPublished - 10 Jun 2016


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