Psychosocial changes perceived by closed-head-injured adults and their families.

@article{Hendryx1989PsychosocialCP,
  title={Psychosocial changes perceived by closed-head-injured adults and their families.},
  author={P M Hendryx},
  journal={Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation},
  year={1989},
  volume={70 7},
  pages={526-30}
}
  • P M Hendryx
  • Published 1989 in Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation
Responses of 20 closed-head-injured adults with moderate to good recovery (Glascow Coma Outcome Scale), 20 controls, and 13 family members were statistically compared in a questionnaire study of the relative importance of cognitive, emotional, and physical changes. Perceptions of preinjury psychosocial and preinjury and postinjury employment status were… CONTINUE READING