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Cognitive effects of early brain injury

by Casey Dorman

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Published by Johns Hopkins University Press in Baltimore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Brain-damaged children.,
  • Cognition disorders in children.,
  • Brain -- Wounds and injuries -- Complications.,
  • Brain Injuries -- congenital.,
  • Brain Injuries -- complications.,
  • Cognition Disorders -- etiology.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [261]-305) and indexes.

    StatementCasey Dorman and Bilha Katzir.
    SeriesThe Johns Hopkins series in psychiatry and neuroscience
    ContributionsKatzir, Bilha.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRJ496.B7 D67 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 325 p. :
    Number of Pages325
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1083142M
    ISBN 100801848563
    LC Control Number94006782

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    At the time of a traumatic brain injury (TBI) a complex array of factors converge to contribute to recovery or the lasting cognitive and neurobehavioral effects of the injury (Tucker, ). Since TBI is an acquired injury, a brain's "health" and overall functional integrity at the time of injury should be key factors in the ultimate effects of. Brain injury rehabilitation is is based on the nature and scope of neuropsychological symptoms identified on special batteries of test designed to measure brain functioning following brain injury. While practice in various cognitive tasks--doing arithmetic problems, solving logic puzzles, concentration skills, or reading--may help brain.

    Problems after Brain Injury. A traumatic brain injury (TBI) results in damage to the brain that leads to problems like forgetfulness, poor focus, impulsivity, and mood shifts. It can happen from. Traumatic brain injury in very early childhood. Cognitive functioning in asthma. The role of mindfulness in neurorehabilitation. The Handbook of Medical Neuropsychology, 2 nd Edition continues to be an essential resource for the neuropsychology clinician, researcher, practitioner or graduate student. It will be stimulating and relevant reading.


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Free shipping for many products. The more severe the brain injury, the more pronounced the long-term effects are likely to be. Survivors of more severe brain injury are likely to have complex long-term problems affecting their personality, their relationships and their ability to lead an independent life.

Even with good rehabilitation, support and help in the community, survivors and their families are likely to face. Early brain trauma may have long-term cognitive consequences.

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Introduction. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) has a profound effect on injured individuals and their families. Cognitive deficits caused by TBI interfere with work, relationships, leisure, and activities of daily living, exacting a personal and economic cost that is difficult to by: Cognitive training programmes can facilitate brain plasticity in regions of the brain known to be crucial for the trained cognitive function,The ability to affect neuroplasticity via behavioural strategies in combination with other methods, such as non-invasive brain stimulation, could prove to be of benefit in the amelioration of Cited by: Cognitive deficits have an impact on the patient’s ability to return to employment and reintegration into society, and they are often a primary cause for loss of productive employment [4].

A number of studies have demonstrated that neuropsychological rehabilitation is efficacious in improving cognitive deficits following acquired brain injury. Concomitant brain injury fails to account for the increased risk for cognitive deficits.

Multiple factors contribute to the high incidence -- up to 60 percent demonstrate some degree of cognitive. While the symptoms of a brain injury in children are similar to those experienced by adults, the functional impact can be very different.

Children are not little adults; the brain of a child is still developing. The cognitive impairments of children with brain injury may not be immediately obvious after the injury, but may become apparent as. The impact of traumatic brain injury or illness on cognitive functioning Strength is found where challenges and opportunities meet Assessing the severity of a cognitive functioning challenge stemming from a traumatic brain injury or illness, then planning an appropriate intervention strategy can be challenging.

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1,2 In contrast, gray matter thinning, thought to reflect elimination Cited by: Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a leading cause of death and disability among children and adolescents in the United States. Annual rates of brain injury are highest among very young children ages and adolescents years old (Faul, Xu, Wald, & Coronado, ).

regarding traumatic brain injury and the potential opportunities for cognitive remediation. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a significant public health concern and a major cause of permanent disability.

TBI can have broad effects on physiology, cognition, emotional regulation and social interactions, with long-term outcomes ranging from completeFile Size: KB. Full Description. This is the one book that every survivor of a brain injury and family should have.

It is the most comprehensive, sensitive, insightful and thorough workbook available and is filled with hands on practical strategies aimed at helping the person with a brain injury navigate the complexities of daily life.The cognitive effects of brain injury are variable.

Damage may range from cognitive decline to changes in personality. What may first appear to be a less severe brain injury may result in disabling effects. On the other hand, a significant brain trauma may be followed by a dramatic and meaningful recovery.Learning and cognitive effects of acquired brain injury Meningitis and septicaemia can be a cause of acquired brain injury (ABI).

This is an injury to the brain that has happened after birth. This fact sheet includes information about problems with thinking, learning and making decisions as a result of ABI after meningitis and septicaemia.