Metacognitive strategies are thought to assist people suffering from brain damage in relearning daily living tasks. The use of self-regulation and mental imagery as metacognitive strategies used in an intervention program is described. The program requires the clients' active participation. The evidence is gathered from two case reports, four randomized clinical trials, and one meta-analysis paper. Copyright © 2015 Springer International Publishing Switzerland.
|Title of host publication||International handbook of occupational therapy interventions|
|Place of Publication||Cham|
|Publication status||Published - 2015|
CitationLiu, K. P. Y., & Chan, C. C. H. (2015). Metacognitive strategies for training of daily living skills in people with brain damage: The self-regulation and mental imagery program. In I. Söderback (Ed.), International handbook of occupational therapy interventions (pp. 475-485). Cham: Springer.
- Brain damage
- Mental imagery
- Occupational performance