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DOI: 10.1201/b17166-8
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Psychology, Goals and Rehabilitation: Providing a Theoretical Foundation

Christine O'Connell and William Levack Richard J. Siegert

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Rehabilitation
Psychology
2014
There is growing acknowledgement that scientific progress in rehabilitation requires development of theories in addition to empirical research (Dunn & Elliot, 2008; Siegert, McPherson, & Dean, 2005; Siegert & Taylor, 2004). While a grand unified theory of rehabilitation seems highly unlikely to emerge, there is increasing acceptance that sophisticated theoretical accounts of important phenomena in rehabilitation are necessary toCONTENTS3.1 Introduction 45 3.2 Neuropsychological and Neurophysiological Perspectives on Goalsand Goal Setting 47 3.2.1 Norman and Shallice Model of Action Control 48 3.2.2 Goal Management Training 49 3.2.3 Summary and Comments 50
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