Hillary A. Greene

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This study evaluated the incremental utility of neuropsychological tests to computed tomography (CT) in predicting long-term outcomes of adults with moderate to severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). Participants were 288 adults with mild complicated, moderate, and severe TBI. Longitudinal data were evaluated during inpatient status in an urban rehabilitation(More)
<lb>PSYCHOMETRIC PROPERTIES OF THE COPING INVENTORY FOR STRESSFUL<lb>SITUATIONS IN INDIVIDUALS WITH TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY<lb>by HILLARY A. GREENE<lb>May 2013<lb>Advisor: Dr. Lisa J. Rapport<lb>Major: Psychology (Clinical)<lb>Degree: Master of Science<lb>Although research suggests that coping style affects recovery from traumatic brain injury<lb>(TBI),(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate psychometric properties of the Coping Inventory for Stressful Situations (CISS) in individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI). DESIGN Archival study using Rasch analysis. SETTING Postacute rehabilitation hospital. PARTICIPANTS Adults (N=331) 1 to 15 years after moderate to severe TBI, recruited consecutively. INTERVENTIONS(More)
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