In this study, researchers looked at the long-term effects of emotional sensitivity in adults who had sustained a TBI as children.
Early screening for alexithymia following TBI might identify those most at risk of having difficulty coping.
A substantial proportion of prisoners reported having experienced a TBI during their lifetime, something that could impact their success once released.
People who have both problematic anger and cognitive impairment after TBI may benefit from specific psychoeducational treatment.
What is the most effective way to track recovery from concussions in athletes?
Planning Ahead After a Brain Injury is Related To Better Outcomes
November 28, 2011
Learn why it's better to "plan" than "avoid" after a brain injury.
An inability to perceive others’ emotions can make communication and social interactions difficult.
Psychiatric disorders are common and often debilitating after a brain injury. Learn who is more at risk.
Coping Skills and Self-Esteem Are Important After a TBI
April 18, 2011
A study looking at the implications of self-esteem and recovery after a TBI.
Working to Improve Emotional Processing After Brain Injury
February 1, 2010
Treatment may help people with TBI decipher emotional clues.
Recognizing Others' Emotions After TBI
June 1, 2009
A difficult skill to teach.
May 7, 2009
Controlling impulsivity can be difficult for people with TBI.
Positive Effects on Mood After Exercise
January 1, 2009
Learn how physical activity affects mood for people with TBI.