Conceptual Encoding Following Severe Closed Head Injury

@article{Goldstein1989ConceptualEF,
  title={Conceptual Encoding Following Severe Closed Head Injury},
  author={Felicia C. Goldstein and Harvey S. Levin and Corwin Boake},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={1989},
  volume={25},
  pages={541-554}
}
This investigation examined whether survivors of severe closed head injury encode semantic properties of to-be-remembered words and the relationship of such processing to frontal lobe functioning. Fourteen patients enrolled in rehabilitation and 12 controls were administered the Release from Proactive Inhibition paradigm involving trials of recalling words from the same category followed by a shift to a new category or continued presentation of identical material. Similar to the controls… CONTINUE READING
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