Group treatment of problem‐solving deficits in outpatients with traumatic brain injury: A randomised outcome study

@article{Rath2003GroupTO,
  title={Group treatment of problem‐solving deficits in outpatients with traumatic brain injury: A randomised outcome study},
  author={J. Rath and D. Simon and D. Langenbahn and R. Sherr and L. Diller},
  journal={Neuropsychological Rehabilitation},
  year={2003},
  volume={13},
  pages={461 - 488}
}
Sixty higher‐level outpatients with traumatic brain injury (TBI), all at least 1 year post‐injury, were randomly assigned to either conventional group neuropsychological rehabilitation or an innovative group treatment focused on the treatment of problem‐solving deficits. Incorporating strategies for addressing underlying emotional self‐regulation and logical thinking/reasoning deficits, the innovative treatment is unique in its attention to both motivational, attitudinal, and affective… Expand
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