Patient Characterization Protocols for Psychophysiological Studies of Traumatic Brain Injury and Post-TBI Psychiatric Disorders

@inproceedings{Rapp2013PatientCP,
  title={Patient Characterization Protocols for Psychophysiological Studies of Traumatic Brain Injury and Post-TBI Psychiatric Disorders},
  author={P. E. Rapp and Brenna M. Rosenberg and David O. Keyser and D. Nathan and Kevin M. Toruno and Christopher J. Cellucci and Alfonso M. Albano and Scott A. Wylie and Douglas Gibson and Adele M. K. Gilpin and Theodore R. Bashore},
  booktitle={Front. Neurol.},
  year={2013}
}
Psychophysiological investigations of traumatic brain injury (TBI) are being conducted for several reasons, including the objective of learning more about the underlying physiological mechanisms of the pathological processes that can be initiated by a head injury. Additional goals include the development of objective physiologically based measures that can be used to monitor the response to treatment and to identify minimally symptomatic individuals who are at risk of delayed-onset… CONTINUE READING
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