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Revision of a method quality rating scale for single-case experimental designs and n-of-1 trials: The 15-item Risk of Bias in N-of-1 Trials (RoBiNT) Scale
The RoBiNT Scale shows sound psychometric properties and provides a comprehensive yet efficient examination of important features of single-case methodology.
Measuring psychosocial recovery after traumatic brain injury: psychometric properties of a new scale.
The results suggest that the SPRS has sound psychometric properties, being a reliable, stable, sensitive, and valid instrument that is potentially useful in both clinical and research settings.
The Behavioural Assessment of the Dysexecutive Syndrome (BADS): Ecological, Concurrent and Construct Validity
The present study examines the validity of the Behavioural Assessment of the Dysexecutive Syndrome, along with six other commonly used tests of executive ability, in two groups of participants with either neurological disorder or without brain damage.
Social skills treatment for people with severe, chronic acquired brain injuries: a multicenter trial.
Evaluation of an Anger Management Therapy Programme Following Acquired Brain Injury: A Preliminary Study
Problems with anger management after traumatic brain injury are one of the most frequent changes in the long term reported by relatives of injured people. In spite of their impact there have been few
Assessing support needs for people with traumatic brain injury: the care and needs scale (CANS)
  • R. Tate
  • Medicine, Psychology
    Brain injury
  • 1 January 2004
The results suggest that the CANS shows promise as a sensitive and valid instrument to measure care and support needs after TBI, particularly in the longer term, and further examination of its psychometric properties is warranted.
Psychological treatment for anxiety in people with traumatic brain injury.
  • C. Soo, R. Tate
  • Psychology, Medicine
    The Cochrane database of systematic reviews
  • 18 July 2007
This review provides some evidence for the effectiveness of CBT for treatment of acute stress disorder following mild TBI and CBT combined with neurorehabilitation for targeting general anxiety symptomatology in people with mild to moderate TBI.
Psychosocial adjustment after traumatic brain injury: what are the important variables?
Severity of injury and impairments, along with chronicity and level of self-esteem were significant predictors of psychosocial adjustment, and the variable measuring behavioural regulation of abilities was the most significant within the neuropsychological domain.