[The value of self-report methods in neuropsychological diagnostics of patients after brain injury].

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Self-report methods are commonly applied in medicine and psychology. However, their diagnostic value in assessment of patients with acquired brain damage can be limited due to a number of various difficulties encountered by these patients, including cognitive disorders, fatigue, similarity of psychopathological and somatic symptoms, psychological reaction… (More)

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@article{RoesslerGrecka2013TheVO, title={[The value of self-report methods in neuropsychological diagnostics of patients after brain injury].}, author={Magdalena Roessler-G{\'o}recka and Szczepan Iwański and Joanna Barbara Seni{\'o}w}, journal={Psychiatria polska}, year={2013}, volume={47 3}, pages={465-74} }