Lutz-Peter Erasmus

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Traumatic brain injury (TBI) frequently results in deficits in attention and speed of information processing. In order to disentangle the influence of sensory-specific factors and the role of cross-modal integration from the supra-modal aspects of cognitive slowing, the present reaction time (RT) study was designed. Simple and choice RT to pairings of(More)
During the first 6 months of glatiramer acetate therapy in 82 consecutive patients with multiple sclerosis, in only 6% frequency of pre-existing headaches increased by more than 50%. This is less than the headache aggravation reported in an earlier study in up to 35% of patients during the first 6 months on interferon beta.
We aimed to investigate attentional resources distribution in traumatic brain injury (TBI) patients. Auditory event-related potentials (ERPs) were recorded from 35 severe TBI patients in post-acute care, and 35 age- and gender-matched controls using an auditory oddball paradigm under passive (ignore stimuli) and active (count deviants) conditions. Six(More)