New article published in the 'Does it fit?'-series

To appropriately decide whether certain actions are at all possible (e.g. crossing the street, reaching for the coffee mug or sticking the hand into the slot of a letterbox in order to quickly grab the mail) is an essential ability for dealing with everyday life activities.

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Workshop for highschool students: 13th November

„Einblicke in die psychologische Forschung“: Schülerinnen und Schüler des Alexander-von-Humboldt Gymnasiums Konstanz besuchen auch dieses Jahr wieder gemeinsam mit ihrer Lehrerin Bettina Leue das Labor der AG Randerath am Zukunftskolleg der Uni Konstanz.

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Just out: A combined therapy for limb apraxia and related anosognosia

Left hemisphere stroke frequently leads to limb apraxia, a disorder that has been reported to impact independence in daily life and rehabilitation success. We developed a Naturalistic Action Therapy that trains object selection and application with an errorless learning and a shaping approach. The training includes supported self-evaluation. The procedure is documented in detail and easy to administer and thus may have the potential to be applied by relatives. The results of our recent...

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