Recovery of Cognitive Functioning in Alcoholics: The Relationship to Treatment
The successful recovery from alcoholism requires that patients regain their cognitive functioning. Complete cognitive recovery is necessary to enable patients to comprehend information imparted during their therapy. Mental exercises should be included in treatment regimens to enhance recovery.
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
Alcohol Health & Research World, v. 19, issue 2, p. 148-154
Scholar Commons Citation
Goldman, Mark S., "Recovery of Cognitive Functioning in Alcoholics: The Relationship to Treatment" (1995). Psychology Faculty Publications. 1599.