Philip J Yates

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Spousal relationships following brain injury are particularly vulnerable to strain and breakdown. Changes in personality and socio-emotional processing and behaviour have been implicated as causal factors. We examined spousal relationship satisfaction following an acquired brain injury to one partner. Couples affected by chronic pain and a group of healthy(More)
While errorless learning and spaced retrieval have both proved effective in helping many patients with acquired brain injury (ABI) and dementia learn novel information, it is not clear which of these principles we should apply to target treatment most effectively. To address this issue we conducted a systematic comparison of these principles in three(More)
Understanding and facilitating the process of psychological adjustment to acquired disability arising from brain injury continues to pose a considerable challenge to rehabilitation professionals. This paper reviews the literature on psychological adjustment to acquired disability and chronic health conditions as they may be applied to acquired brain injury.(More)
Objective. To present a case of otic Langerhans' cell histiocytosis in an adult. Also included the diagnosis and management of the condition and a review of the relevant literature. Case Report. We report a case of a 41-year-old man with a history of persistent unilateral ear discharge associated with an aural polyp. Radiological imaging showed bony lesions(More)
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