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Strategy-Based Reasoning Training Modulates Cortical Thickness and Resting-State Functional Connectivity in Adults with Chronic Traumatic Brain Injury

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Brain and Behavior

Kihwan Han, Rebecca A. Davis, Sandra B. Chapman and Daniel C. Krawczyk

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Overview

With increased awareness of the long-term effects of traumatic brain injury on cognition, many researchers are curious as to what can be done to enhance recovery. Here, researchers used SMART™ training techniques and measured the cortical thickness in 60 individuals with chronic TBI. Their findings indicate that cognitive training can induce brain plasticity that continues throughout the chronic phases of TBI.
Colormaps for nonmonotonic (a) and monotonic (b) within‐ and between‐group contrasts for changes in cortical thickness over time (p vertex < .05, p cluster < .05). SMART, strategic memory advanced reasoning training; BHW, brain health workshop; L, left; R, right; DLPFC, dorsolateral prefrontal cortex; SCG, subcentral gyrus; DPFC, dorsal prefrontal cortex; AMPFC, anterior medial prefrontal cortex; PRCG, precentral gyrus; PCG, postcentral gyrus; MT+, middle temporal complex; LG, lingual gyrus; APFC, anterior prefrontal cortex; OCPL, occipito‐parietal lobe

Colormaps for nonmonotonic (a) and monotonic (b) within‐ and between‐group contrasts for changes in cortical thickness over time (p vertex < .05, p cluster < .05). SMART™, Strategic Memory Advanced Reasoning Tactics; BHW, brain health workshop; L, left; R, right; DLPFC, dorsolateral prefrontal cortex; SCG, subcentral gyrus; DPFC, dorsal prefrontal cortex; AMPFC, anterior medial prefrontal cortex; PRCG, precentral gyrus; PCG, postcentral gyrus; MT+, middle temporal complex; LG, lingual gyrus; APFC, anterior prefrontal cortex; OCPL, occipito‐parietal lobe

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AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT
Sandi Chapman with blue jacket and green/blue lights, horizontal. Founder and Chief Director, Center for BrainHealth, Co-Leader, The BrainHealth Project Dee Wyly Distinguished Professor

Sandra Bond Chapman, PhD

Chief Director Dee Wyly Distinguished Professor, School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences Co-Leader, The BrainHealth Project

Daniel Krawczyk in a black blazer with green and blue lights, vertical. Deputy Director, Debbie and Jim Francis Chair in Behavioral and Brain Sciences

Daniel Krawczyk, PhD

Deputy Director of Research Professor at UT Dallas School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences