Cognitive strategy usage in long-term survivors of severe traumatic brain injury with persisting impulsive aggression

@inproceedings{Greve2002CognitiveSU,
  title={Cognitive strategy usage in long-term survivors of severe traumatic brain injury with persisting impulsive aggression},
  author={Kevin W. Greve and Jeff Love and Elisabeth D. Sherwin and Matthew S. Stanford and Charles W Mathias and Rebecca J. Houston},
  year={2002}
}
Impulsive aggression (IA) is a relatively common phenomenon in the general nonpatient population and IA, among other forms of impaired self regulatory behavior, is common sequelae of traumatic brain injury. Impaired self regulatory behavior has been associated with dysfunction of orbital frontal cortex. This study examined strategy development and usage in a group of survivors of traumatic brain injury (TBI) who exhibited persisting problems with impulsive expressions of aggression. All… CONTINUE READING