Executive clock drawing correlates with performance-based functional status in people with combat-related mild traumatic brain injury and comorbid posttraumatic stress disorder.

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Executive Clock Drawing Tasks (CLOX parts 1 and 2) can predict functional impairment. This study determined the correlation between CLOX and other psychometric screening instruments with the Structured Assessment of Independent Living Skills (SAILS)-defined performance-based functional status in people with combat-related mild traumatic brain injury (TBI… (More)

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@article{Writer2010ExecutiveCD, title={Executive clock drawing correlates with performance-based functional status in people with combat-related mild traumatic brain injury and comorbid posttraumatic stress disorder.}, author={Brian W Writer and Jason E Schillerstrom and Heather K Regwan and Brent S Harlan}, journal={Journal of rehabilitation research and development}, year={2010}, volume={47 9}, pages={841-50} }