Planning Ahead After a Brain Injury is Related To Better Outcomes

Planning Ahead After a Brain Injury is Related To Better Outcomes

A brief summary of current research.

Planning Ahead After a Brain Injury Is Related to Better Outcomes

Krpan, KM, Stuss, DT, and Anderson, ND. Brain Injury, 25(10), pp.989-996.

In this study, people with brain injury were classified as "planners" or "avoiders." The two groups were compared on cognitive testing, a psychosocial stress test, and physiological measures. Compared to avoiders, planners had better executive function, were more psychologically and physiologically reactive, and performed better on the measure of coping behavior.

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Posted on BrainLine October 13, 2011

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