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Paul W. Schoenle

Paul W. Schoenle

Research Papers by Paul W. Schoenle

P W Schönle, W. Witzke. 2004. How vegetative is the vegetative state? Preserved semantic processing in VS patients - Evidence from N 400 event-related potentials. NeuroRehabilitation, Volume 19, Number 4/2004, Pages 329-334.

Neurologische Rehabilitation in den Phasen B, C, D und E

Using musical instruments to improve motor skill recovery following a stroke.

S Schneider, P W Schönle, E Altenmüller, T F Münte

J Neurol. 2007 Jan 27; : 17260171 (P,S,E,B,D)

Dept. of Neuropsychology, Otto von Guericke University, Universitätsplatz 2, Gebäude 24, 39106, Magdeburg, Germany.

In previous studies, it was shown that there is a need for efficient motor rehabilitation approaches. For this purpose, we evaluated a music-supported training program designed to induce an auditory-sensorimotor co-representation of movements in 20 stroke patients (10 affected in the left and 10 in the right upper extremity). Patients without any previous musical experience participated in an intensive step by step training, first of the paretic extremity, followed by training of both extremities. Training was applied 15 times over 3 weeks in addition to conventional treatment. Fine as well as gross motor skills were addressed by using either a MIDI-piano or electronic drum pads. As a control, 20 stroke patients (10 affected left and 10 right) undergoing exclusively conventional therapies were recruited. Assignment to the training and control groups was done pseudo-randomly to achieve an equal number of left- and right-affected patients in each group. Pre- and post-treatment motor functions were monitored using a computerized movement analysis system (Zebris) and an established array of motor tests (e.g., Action Research Arm Test, Box & Block Test). Patients showed significant improvement after treatment with respect to speed, precision and smoothness of movements as shown by 3D movement analysis and clinical motor tests. Furthermore, compared to the control subjects, motor control in everyday activities improved significantly. In conclusion, this innovative therapeutic strategy is an effective approach for the motor skill neurorehabilitation of stroke patients.

Neuroimaging patterns associated with motor control in traumatic brain injury.

[My paper] M Lotze, W Grodd, F A Rodden, E Gut, P W Schönle, B Kardatzki, L G Cohen

Section Exp. MR of the CNS, Department of Neuroradiology, University of Tuebingen, Tuebingen, Germany, Institute of Medical Psychology and Behavioral Neurobiology, University of Tuebingen, Tuebingen, Germany.

J Neurol. 2007 Jan 27; : 17260171 (P,S,E,B,D)

[Brain damage--what to do? Chances for reform in neurological medical rehabilitation--introduction to the interactive DVfR contribution for the forum "Brain Impact" in context of RehaCare Fair 2004]

[My paper] P W Schönle, M Schmollinger

Neurologisches Rehabilitationszentrum Magdeburg, 39120 Magdeburg.

Rehabilitation (Stuttg). 2005 Apr ;44 (2):113-6 15789295 (P,S,E,B)

[Development of guidelines for rehabilitation of patients with stroke: analysis of therapeutic procedures]

[My paper] P W Schönle, R Kattein, S Brüggemann, H Klosterhuis

Fachbereich Psychologie, Universität Konstanz.

Rehabilitation (Stuttg). 2004 Aug ;43 (4):187-98 15318287 (P,S,E,B,D)

Left-hemispheric abnormal EEG activity in relation to impairment and recovery in aphasic patients.

[My paper] Sandra Hensel, Brigitte Rockstroh, Patrick Berg, Thomas Elbert, Paul Walter Schönle

Department of Psychology, University of Konstanz and Lurija Institute of Neurorehabilitation, Kliniken Schmieder, Allensbach, Germany.

Psychophysiology. 2004 May ;41 (3):394-400 15102124 (P,S,E,B)

Error detection in patients with lesions to the medial prefrontal cortex: an ERP study.

[My paper] Brigitte Stemmer, Sidney J Segalowitz, Wolfgang Witzke, Paul Walter Schönle

Centre de Recherche, Institut Universitaire de Gériatrie de Montréal, 4565 Chemin Queen Marry, Que., H3W1W5, Montreal, Canada

Neuropsychologia. 2004 ;42 (1):118-30 14615082 (P,S,E,B)

[Demands for a new, patient oriented rehabilitation]

[My paper] P W Schönle

Universität Konstanz und Neurologische Fach- und Rehabilitationsklinik NRZ Magdeburg.

Rehabilitation (Stuttg). 2003 Oct ;42 (5):261-8 14551829 (P,S,E,B)

Slow event-related brain activity of aphasic patients and controls in word comprehension and rhyming tasks.

[My paper] Christian Dobel, Rudolf Cohen, Patrick Berg, Willi Nagl, Elvira Zobel, Peter Köbbel, Paul-Walter Schönle, Brigitte Rockstroh

Max-Planck-Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

Psychophysiology. 2002 Nov ;39 (6):747-58 12462503 (P,S,E,B)

[Outpatient and inpatient neurological rehabilitation--a follow-up comparison]

[My paper] P W Schönle

Kliniken Schmieder, Allensbach, und Universität Konstanz, Germany.

Rehabilitation (Stuttg). ;41 (2-3):183-8 12007043 (P,S,E,B,D)

Dysphonia subsequent to severe traumatic brain injury: comparative perceptual, acoustic and electroglottographic analyses.

[My paper] M Jaeger, M Fröhlich, I Hertrich, H Ackermann, P W Schönle

Lurija-Institute of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Konstanz, Germany.

Folia Phoniatr Logop. ;53 (6):326-37 11721139 (P,S,E,B)

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