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The assessment of executive functions: coming out of the office
Over the last two decades, the importance of executive functions in successful adaptive living has been increasingly recognized. Hence, investigation of executive functioning has become a coreExpand
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Two Approaches to Behavior Disorder After Traumatic Brain Injury
A 3-stage model of intervention is used to contrast the philosophy and treatment practices of 2 behavioral approaches to behavior disorder following traumatic brain injury. The first referred to hereExpand
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Staff-reported antecedents to aggression in a post-acute brain injury treatment programme: What are they and what implications do they have for treatment?
Research in psychiatric settings has found that staff attribute the majority of in-patient aggression to immediate environmental stressors. We sought to determine if staff working with persons withExpand
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A forensic peer group approach to bullying after traumatic brain injury
A forensic peer group programme adapted for bullying behaviour and antisocial attitudes in three young men with traumatic brain injury (TBI) is presented. Three TBI clients who had previously beenExpand
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Leadership Characteristics of Dietetic Professionals in Ohio
WEAVER, DIANE N., M.S., March 2008, Food and Nutrition Leadership Characteristics of Dietetic Professionals in Ohio (76 pp.) Director of Thesis: Annette Graham The field of dietetics, which hasExpand
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Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Volume 27, 2017, List of Reviewers
Ensuring a Future of Jewish Early Childhood Education