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Metacognition in Neurological Injury

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Metacognition in Neurological Injury

The purpose of this study is to investigate the trajectory of metacognitive functioning throughout phases of recovery from neurological insult, and to determine its relationship to rehabilitation compliance and functional outcome. It is hypothesized that metacognitive accuracy improves over time, and is a significant predictor of engagement in rehabilitation activities.

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Behavioral - metacognitive performance

Paper and pencil/computerized tests of metacognition

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Longitudinal Examination of Metacognition in Neurological Samples

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NCT03752697

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