Narrative after traumatic brain injury: a comparison of monologic and jointly-produced discourse.

@article{Jorgensen2009NarrativeAT,
  title={Narrative after traumatic brain injury: a comparison of monologic and jointly-produced discourse.},
  author={Mikaela Jorgensen and Leanne Togher},
  journal={Brain injury},
  year={2009},
  volume={23 9},
  pages={727-40}
}
PRIMARY OBJECTIVE To investigate the effects of a familiar communication partner on the production of narrative after traumatic brain injury (TBI). METHOD Ten participants with TBI were matched with 10 control participants for sex, age, and education. Participants independently retold a story from a picture sequence and also retold a video segment with a friend to a researcher. The resulting discourse was analyzed for productivity, cohesion, story grammar, informational content and exchange… CONTINUE READING

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