Relationship between stress, coping, and postconcussion symptoms in a healthy adult population.

@article{Machulda1998RelationshipBS,
  title={Relationship between stress, coping, and postconcussion symptoms in a healthy adult population.},
  author={Mary M. Machulda and Thomas F Bergquist and V Y Ito and S Chew},
  journal={Archives of clinical neuropsychology : the official journal of the National Academy of Neuropsychologists},
  year={1998},
  volume={13 5},
  pages={415-24}
}
Study 1 examined the association between intensity of postconcussive symptoms (PCS), impact of daily stress, and level of perceived stress over the past month in a group of healthy young adults. There was a significant relationship between intensity of PCS and impact of daily stress, as well as level of perceived stress over the past month, independent of the frequency of stressful events experienced. Study 2 assessed the stability of the relationship between PCS and stress. Subjects rated… CONTINUE READING

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These results suggest that persistent symptoms in some individuals with postconcussive syndrome may be due , at least in part , to individual differences in the perceived stress of incurring a mild traumatic brain injury .
These results suggest that persistent symptoms in some individuals with postconcussive syndrome may be due , at least in part , to individual differences in the perceived stress of incurring a mild traumatic brain injury .
These results suggest that persistent symptoms in some individuals with postconcussive syndrome may be due , at least in part , to individual differences in the perceived stress of incurring a mild traumatic brain injury .
These results suggest that persistent symptoms in some individuals with postconcussive syndrome may be due , at least in part , to individual differences in the perceived stress of incurring a mild traumatic brain injury .
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