Monthly Archives: May 2015

New Book: Traumatic Brain Injury: A Guide for Caregivers of Service Members and Veterans

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White and gray matter contributions to executive function recovery after traumatic brain injury

Results indicated that white matter volume loss can be a superior predictor of recovery and a crucial factor driving clinical outcome in functions involving a broad network such as Verbal Fluency. Read article

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Colorado Rancher Suffers Traumatic Brain Injury, Becomes Accidental Genius

A few years ago, Erceg, 47, suffered a traumatic brain injury and now she is a gifted artist and poet. Read article

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Videogame-based group therapy to improve self-awareness and social skills after traumatic brain injury

Integrative videogame-based group therapy can improve self-awareness, social skills, and behaviors among individuals with chronic TBI, and the approach is considered effective and motivating. Read article

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New Book: Living with Severe Brain Damage: Learn to Help People with Brain Damage

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Risk for broad-spectrum neuropsychiatric disorders after mild traumatic brain injury

he results support that mTBI is distinguished from moderate-to-severe TBI in terms of risk for developing neuropsychiatric disorders. Read article

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Brain abnormalities found among those experiencing blast-related mild traumatic brain injury

Individuals with mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI), particularly those who have had loss of consciousness (LOC), show structural brain abnormalities in their white matter as measured by Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI). Read article

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