Monthly Archives: April 2015

Trajectories of life satisfaction over the first 10 years after traumatic brain injury

Individuals with more functional impairments are at risk for decreases in life satisfaction over time. Read article Advertisements

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New Book: Living with Severe Brain Damage: Want to learn how to deal with brain damage

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Traumatic brain injury in juvenile offenders

There is a high prevalence of TBI in juvenile offenders in custody, with many experiencing multiple episodes. Read article

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Let Your Brain Relax: Mindfulness Meditation Can Reduce Some TBI Symptoms

This form of meditation is becoming more common as research continues to prove the benefits of using it to treat traumatic brain injury. Read article

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Reading Comprehension in College Students after Acquired Brain Injury

College students with ABI are vulnerable to reading comprehension problems. Read article

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New Book: Unbreakable: The Autobiography of the Life of Susan Stewart

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Amantadine effect on perceptions of irritability after traumatic brain injury

The result of this study of amantadine 100 mg every morning and noon to reduce irritability was not positive from the observer perspective. Read article

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