Virtual Reality Paced Serial Assessment Test for Neuropsychological Assessment of a Military Cohort

  title={Virtual Reality Paced Serial Assessment Test for Neuropsychological Assessment of a Military Cohort},
  author={Thomas D. Parsons and Christopher G. Courtney and Albert A. Rizzo and Christina Armstrong and Joseph Edwards and Greg Reger},
  journal={Studies in health technology and informatics},
The assessment and treatment of traumatic brain injury (TBI) has become a difficult challenge for the DoD medical health system. Clinical neuropsychologists are being asked to make statements regarding a soldier's functional skills, ability to return to active duty, and competence in tasks of community living. Given the increasing prevalence of blast injuries to the head, and the fact that many brain injuries may have no external marker of injury, there is need for researching innovative… CONTINUE READING

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