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More Reasons to Exercise After a Brain Injury
More Reasons to Exercise After a Brain Injury Improved mood, cardiovascular fitness, and increased self-esteem are some of the main reasons people with a brain injury should partake in regular exercise.
Parenting Practices Affect a Child’s Recovery Post-Brain Injury
Parenting Practices Affect a Child’s Recovery Post-Brain Injury More authoritarian parenting practices led to lower adaptive functioning in children post-TBI.
Recognizing Other People’s Facial Expressions Can Be Hard for People with Brain Injury
Recognizing Other People’s Facial Expressions Can Be Hard for People with Brain Injury An inability to perceive others’ emotions can make communication and social interactions difficult.
The Nuances of Self-Awareness Post-TBI
The Nuances of Self-Awareness Post-TBI A person's level of self-awareness after a brain injury can impact rehab.
 

Scientists have learned more about the brain — how it works and how it heals — in the last decade or two than ever before. And, there has been a dramatic increase in the amount of research being done specifically on traumatic brain injury (TBI). BrainLine’s Research Update is an ongoing series of short synopses describing the recent research on TBI and links for further information. We created this series to help keep people with brain injuries, families, and other professionals up to date on the latest brain injury research.

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