The role of depression in verbal memory following traumatic brain injury.

  title={The role of depression in verbal memory following traumatic brain injury.},
  author={Michelle A. Keiski and Douglas L Shore and Joanna M Hamilton},
  journal={The Clinical neuropsychologist},
  volume={21 5},
The purpose of this study was to characterize the relationship between verbal memory and depression scores on the Personality Assessment Inventory following traumatic brain injury. Depression was associated with diminished delayed recall and recognition on the California Verbal Learning Test-II (CVLT-II), even after controlling for a neuropsychological composite score and/or a measure of motivation (i.e., the TOMM). There was no relationship between depression and recall on Verbal Paired… CONTINUE READING


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