William J. Lynch

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OBJECTIVES This article presents a review of the field of effort level determination in TBI assessment as well as how to determine which effort level measure is most appropriate for common assessment situations. The importance of effort level assessment in forensic settings, and also in assessments conducted in both diagnostic and rehabilitation programs,(More)
Sensation is impaired in the individual with a complete spinal cord injury and it can be compromised in those with incomplete lesions. Quadriplegics and high paraplegics are, therefore, susceptible to environmental temperature changes (partially poikilothermics). Physicians have assumed that SCI persons engaged in winter sports activities are sensitive to(More)
Numerous problem lists have been developed since the introduction of the Problem-Oriented Medical Record (POMR). General medical, surgical, psychiatric and rehabilitation settings have been found to be appropriate for the POMR system. The development of a standard problem list for use in brain injury rehabilitation and its application in a typical case are(More)