Strangman, GE, O'Neil-Pirozzi, TM, Supelana, C, Goldstein, R, Katz, DI & Glenn, MB (2012). NeuroRehabilitation, Vol 31 (3), pp. 295-310.
Researchers found that fractional anisotropy — a specific analytical technique used during MRI — provided an ability to distinguish changes in actual brain matter following a memory rehabilitation intervention. This technique is new but the authors feel that neuroimaging could eventually become a tool to help individuals with TBI and their caregivers select effective cognitive rehabilitation interventions.