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The major aim of this study was to describe the conversational abilities of a group of severely injured TBI speakers, at a minimum of 2 years post injury. The association between conversational impair ment and (a) selected measures of executive function and (b) psychosocial handicap was also...
Recent research has documented residual deficits in attention following traumatic brain injury in childhood. The present study aimed to investigate whether such deficits are global, or affect specific components of attention differentially. Four attentional domains were examined using a newly...
Given increasing interest in social ecology and the impact of environmental factors upon rehabilitation outcomes, the purpose of this study was to begin to document the characteristics of a particular environment designed to meet the needs of persons with traumatic brain injuries. Staff and...
Fifty subjects with a history of traumatic brain injury TBI and or substance use, completed neuro psychological measures of short and long term verbal and visual memory, information processing, motor speed and co ordination, executive functioning, and malingering. All subjects performed below...
Objective : Determine whether spurious SCL 90 R profiles resulting from endorsement of neurologic treatment items can be corrected and still retain ecological validity. Design : The proportion of subjects item endorsement was compared with the adult non patient norm group. Items with...
Researchers studying discourse after traumatic brain injury TBI increasingly recognize the need to take account of variation within the non brain damaged NBD population in order to validate their findings. This study investigated the use of ratings by professional clinicians trained in speech...
The origin of chronic subdural haematoma CSDH and the pathogenesis of subdural hygroma SDG are still controversial issues. These issues and relationships between these traumatic subdural lesions are discussed. The origin of CSDH is usually a SDG, although a few cases are caused by acute subdural...
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