Monthly Archives: April 2017

Circadian Body Temp May Hold Clues to Consciousness Levels in Brain Injury Patients

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Possession of weapon and school violence among adolescents and their association with history of traumatic brain injury

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Electrical Stimulation To Boost Memory: Maybe It’s All In The Timing

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Utilization of mental health services after mild pediatric traumatic brain injury

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Study: Athlete Concussion Protocol Might Be Ineffective

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Is age associated with the severity of post-mild traumatic brain injury symptoms?

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Social competence at 2 years following child traumatic brain injury

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Work limitations four years following mild traumatic brain injury

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Predictors of depression and posttraumatic stress disorder following traumatic brain injury

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The relations of cognitive, behavioral, and physical activity variables to depression severity in traumatic brain injury

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