Jeffrey James Schneider

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Driving skills are socially important, easily disrupted by brain injury, and potentially risky and difficult to evaluate afterward. The Useful Field of View test has seen successful use with severe traumatic brain injury (TBI), but its use with mild TBI victims has not been examined. This study shows its ecological insensitivity among persons with mild TBI(More)
Survivors of traumatic brain injury often have long-term sensory, cognitive and motor deficits that may impair vehicle operation. However, relatively little is known about the driving status and driving characteristics of brain injury survivors. To better understand driving following traumatic brain injury, a survey of driving status, driving exposure,(More)
The validity, reliability, and factor structure of the Center for Epidemiological Studies-Depression Scale (CES-D) was examined with 253 patients seen for neuropsychological evaluation following traumatic brain injury (TBI). All patients completed the CES-D; 31 also completed the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI) and 17 completed the Minnesota Multiphasic(More)
PRIMARY OBJECTIVE To investigate the relationship between performance on the Useful Field of View Test (UFOV) and driving performance following traumatic brain injury (TBI). PARTICIPANTS Sixty people with TBI referred for driving evaluation. MEASURES Useful Field of View Test, Global Rating Scale and Driver Assessment Scale. RESULTS Subject(More)
OBJECTIVE To establish the validity of the Orientation Log (O-Log) by comparison with the Galveston Orientation and Amnesia Test (GOAT). DESIGN Correlation of daily measures of orientation. SETTING Acute rehabilitation hospital. SUBJECTS Sixty-eight inpatients receiving rehabilitation following traumatic brain injury (TBI). PRIMARY MEASURES The(More)
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