Postconcussion Symptoms

  title={Postconcussion Symptoms},
  author={Philip Gerard Gasquoine},
  journal={Neuropsychology Review},
Research pertaining to the self-report of symptoms after traumatic brain injury was reviewed. Cognitive, emotional, and motivational factors have more relevance than demographic (except for female sex) and personality factors. Specific neuropsychological deficits in attention and memory have been found in the early stages after head injury of even mild severity. This is unlikely to be the only factor affecting symptom persistence. Exaggeration of cognitive dysfunction occurs in some cases, but… CONTINUE READING


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