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Chapter 26 - Neuropsychological Rehabilitation


Neuropsychological deficits following brain injury include cognitive impairment, difficulties with emotion, changes in self-identity, impairment in insight, behavioural challenges and personality change. The reviews rehabilitation for neuropsychological problems and includes specific reference to mild traumatic brain injury and traumatic brain injury in children.

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