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Shenakht Journal of Psychology and Psychiatry 2018, 4(4): 24-33 Back to browse issues page
The effectiveness of neuropsychological rehabilitation treatment on the performance of problem solving in patients with disabilities learn math
Mansour Bayrami , Yazdan Movahedi , Sepideh Ansari
Tabriz University
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Background: One of the major problems in the field of learning is learning disorders. This study also aims effectiveness of neuropsychological rehabilitation for people with learning disabilities in math performance was problem solving.

Materials and Methods: This study is a quasi-experimental design with the two groups. That a group of 10 people, including people with learning disability in math and 10 in the control group was also included. This means that people with a learning disability but did not intervene for them. Instruments included neuropsychological rehabilitation program and the the tower of London Test. Data analysis using SPSS version 19, using multivariate analysis of covariance was performed.

Results: Data analysis showed that, between mean scores of pre-test and post-test experimental and control groups there was a significant difference (P <0/01), so that neuropsychological rehabilitation improves problem solving on people with disabilities is learning math.

Conclusion: Considering the positive effect of this method is of interest to people with disabilities learn math, this study showed that neuropsychological rehabilitation can be an effective way to achieve optimum performance in people who have a math learning disability can be used.

Keywords: Keywords: Rehabilitation Neuropsychology, problem solving, cognitive, mathematical learning disability.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2016/06/29 | Accepted: 2018/01/1 | Published: 2018/01/1

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