Diffuse axonal injury due to traumatic brain injury alters inhibition of imitative response tendencies

@article{Schroeter2007DiffuseAI,
  title={Diffuse axonal injury due to traumatic brain injury alters inhibition of imitative response tendencies},
  author={Matthias L. Schroeter and Barbara Ettrich and Christiane Schwier and Rainer Scheid and D. Yves von Cramon},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2007},
  volume={45},
  pages={3149-3156}
}
It is well known that traumatic brain injury particularly affects the frontal lobes. Consequently, patients often suffer from executive dysfunction and behavioral disturbances. Accordingly, our study aimed at investigating patients after traumatic brain injury with two tasks involving different functional processes and structural networks supported by the frontal lobes. Two paradigms were applied: the Stroop color-word task and a task in which subjects had to inhibit imitative response… CONTINUE READING
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