Brain injury severity, litigation status, and self-report of postconcussive symptoms.

@article{Tsanadis2008BrainIS,
  title={Brain injury severity, litigation status, and self-report of postconcussive symptoms.},
  author={John Tsanadis and E. Montoya and Robin A. Hanks and Scott R. Millis and Norman L Fichtenberg and Bradley N. Axelrod},
  journal={The Clinical neuropsychologist},
  year={2008},
  volume={22 6},
  pages={1080-92}
}
The Postconcussive Symptom Questionnaire (PCSQ) was developed to assess the symptoms associated with the controversial diagnosis of postconcussion syndrome. We examined item endorsement on the PCSQ in two groups. The first group was made up of individuals diagnosed with moderate to severe traumatic brain injury. The second group was made up of individuals meeting criteria for mild traumatic brain injury who exhibited no evidence of neurological injury. In addition, they demonstrated poor effort… CONTINUE READING

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