Starting from the first issue of 2020, the magazine “Riabilitazione Neurocognitiva” presents itself in a new guise, no longer on paper but online:
click here to browse the magazine from a PC and read the new articles
(mainly in italian language, with some articles in English or Gerrman)

€ 14.00 for each single 2021 issue – 
€ 35.00 for subscription 3-numbers/ year 2021 and additional contributions connected to it
€ 8.00 for each single issue 2017 – 2018 – 2019 – 2020 – € 22.00 for subscription 3-issue / year

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The Centro Studi thus decides to equip itself with a new, more modern and agile means of communication, study and dissemination, useful for fostering a faster exchange of information and knowledge not only between rehabilitators and scholars of the various disciplines already experts on the subject, but also among rehabilitators, researchers and specialists who so far have not had the opportunity to approach the Neurocognitive Theory of Carlo Perfetti and his research group.

As always, the journal in digital format will continue to promote the evolution of the theory in the Comparison of Actions and to disseminate the clinical implications of this recent rehabilitation approach.

The online version of the Journal of Riabilitazione Neurocognitiva allows you to subscribe to the entire journal, but also to acquire individual articles or back issues. This new method of publication will allow, in fact, to find articles published in the past by searching for “keywords”, “author” or “title”. The Centro Studi will endeavor to enrich the journal with new contributions in Italian and in foreign languages. In future monthes, a special space will be created for authors of Japanese, Spanish, German, French, Portuguese and English languages.

The journal has always been the result of the work and commitment of many people who dedicate themselves to translating their studies and their experiments with the patients into text. These contributions were indispensable to establish the many stages of the evolution of the Neurocognitive Theory and to testify to its vitality.

Our thanks to all the journal’s collaborators for the passion, commitment, and work they have been giving for years.

Thanks also to those who have always followed us with attention and interest and to those who, intrigued, want to know us.

Marina Zernitz
Journal’s Manager Director