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Table of contents of journal: *Brain injury (London. Print)

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Authors: Chan, RCK
Citation: Rck. Chan, Attentional deficits in patients with postconcussion symptoms: a componential perspective, BRAIN INJUR, 15(1), 2001, pp. 71-94

Authors: Ahmed, S Bierley, R Sheikh, JI Date, ES
Citation: S. Ahmed et al., Post-traumatic amnesia after closed head injury: a review of the literature and some suggestions for further research, BRAIN INJUR, 14(9), 2000, pp. 765-780

Authors: van der Naalt, J Van Zomeren, AH Sluiter, WJ Minderhoud, JM
Citation: J. Van Der Naalt et al., Acute behavioural disturbances related to imaging studies and outcome in mild-to-moderate head injury, BRAIN INJUR, 14(9), 2000, pp. 781-788

Authors: Jurado, MA Mataro, M Verger, K Bartumeus, F Junque, C
Citation: Ma. Jurado et al., Phonemic and semantic fluencies in traumatic brain injury patients with focal frontal lesions, BRAIN INJUR, 14(9), 2000, pp. 789-795

Authors: Powell, TJ
Citation: Tj. Powell, Chronic neurobehavioural effects of mercury poisoning on a group of Zulu chemical workers, BRAIN INJUR, 14(9), 2000, pp. 797-814

Authors: Gaetz, M Weinberg, H
Citation: M. Gaetz et H. Weinberg, Electrophysiological indices of persistent post-concussion symptoms, BRAIN INJUR, 14(9), 2000, pp. 815-832

Authors: Poggi, G Calori, G Mancarella, G Colombo, E Profice, P Martinelli, F Triscar, C Castelli, E
Citation: G. Poggi et al., Visual disorders after traumatic brain injury in developmental age, BRAIN INJUR, 14(9), 2000, pp. 833-845

Authors: Chi, WM Chua, KSG Kong, KH
Citation: Wm. Chi et al., Phenytoin-induced asterixis - uncommon or under-diagnozed?, BRAIN INJUR, 14(9), 2000, pp. 847-850

Authors: Anderson, VA Catroppa, C Rosenfeld, J Haritou, F Morse, SA
Citation: Va. Anderson et al., Recovery of memory function following traumatic brain injury in pre-schoolchildren, BRAIN INJUR, 14(8), 2000, pp. 679-692

Authors: Wills, P Clare, L Shiel, A Wilson, BA
Citation: P. Wills et al., Assessing subtle memory impairments in the everyday memory performance of brain injured people: exploring the potential of the Extended Rivermead Behavioural Memory Test, BRAIN INJUR, 14(8), 2000, pp. 693-704

Authors: Skell, RL Johnstone, B Schopp, L Shaw, J Petroski, GF
Citation: Rl. Skell et al., Neuropsychological predictors of distress following traumatic brain injury, BRAIN INJUR, 14(8), 2000, pp. 705-712

Authors: Burnett, DM Silver, TM Kolakowsky-Hayner, SA Cifu, DX
Citation: Dm. Burnett et al., Functional outcome for African Americans and Hispanics treated at a traumatic brain injury model systems centre, BRAIN INJUR, 14(8), 2000, pp. 713-718

Authors: Neese, LE Caroselli, JS Klaas, P High, WM Becker, LJ Scheibel, RS
Citation: Le. Neese et al., Neuropsychological assessment and the Disability Rating Scale (DRS): a concurrent validity study, BRAIN INJUR, 14(8), 2000, pp. 719-724

Authors: Ben Arzi, N Solomon, Z Dekel, R
Citation: N. Ben Arzi et al., Secondary traumatization among wives of PTSD and post-concussion casualties: distress, caregiver burden and psychological separation, BRAIN INJUR, 14(8), 2000, pp. 725-736

Authors: Minnes, P Graffi, S Nolte, ML Carlson, P Harrick, L
Citation: P. Minnes et al., Coping and stress in Canadian family caregivers of persons with traumatic brain injuries, BRAIN INJUR, 14(8), 2000, pp. 737-748

Authors: Rapoport, MJ Feinstein, A
Citation: Mj. Rapoport et A. Feinstein, Outcome following traumatic brain injury in the elderly: a critical review, BRAIN INJUR, 14(8), 2000, pp. 749-761

Authors: Henry-Feugeas, MC Azouvi, P Fontaines, A Denys, P Bussels, B Maaz, F Samson, Y Schouman-Claeys, E
Citation: Mc. Henry-feugeas et al., MRI analysis of brain atrophy after severe closed-head injury: relation toclinical status, BRAIN INJUR, 14(7), 2000, pp. 597-604

Authors: Eker, C Schalen, W Asgeirsson, B Grande, PO Ranstam, J Nordstrom, CH
Citation: C. Eker et al., Reduced mortality after severe head injury will increase the demands for rehabilitation sevices, BRAIN INJUR, 14(7), 2000, pp. 605-619

Authors: Sherman, EMS Strauss, E Slick, DJ Spellacy, F
Citation: Ems. Sherman et al., Effect of depression on neuropsychological functioning in head injury: measurable but minimal, BRAIN INJUR, 14(7), 2000, pp. 621-632

Authors: Proctor, A Wilson, B Sanchez, C Wesley, E
Citation: A. Proctor et al., Executive function and verbal working memory in adolescents with closed head injury (CHI), BRAIN INJUR, 14(7), 2000, pp. 633-647

Authors: Hotz, GA Stewart, KJ Petrin, D Villanueva, PA Cohn, SM Nedd, KJ Puentes, G Duncan, R
Citation: Ga. Hotz et al., Neurobehavioural outcomes of penetrating and tangential gunshot wounds to the head, BRAIN INJUR, 14(7), 2000, pp. 649-657

Authors: Fichtenberg, NL Millis, SR Mann, NR Zafonte, RD Millard, AE
Citation: Nl. Fichtenberg et al., Factors associated with insomnia among post-acute traumatic brain injury survivors, BRAIN INJUR, 14(7), 2000, pp. 659-667

Authors: Yamamura, H Hiraide, A Matsuoka, T Tanaka, H Shimazu, T Sugimoto, H
Citation: H. Yamamura et al., Effect of growth hormone on brain oedema caused by a cryogenic brain injury model in rats, BRAIN INJUR, 14(7), 2000, pp. 669-676

Authors: Verger, K Junque, C Jurado, MA Tresserras, P Bartumeus, F Nogues, P Poch, JM
Citation: K. Verger et al., Age effects on long-term neuropsychological outcome in paediatric traumatic brain injury, BRAIN INJUR, 14(6), 2000, pp. 495-503

Authors: Baguley, I Slewa-Younan, S Lazarus, R Green, A
Citation: I. Baguley et al., Long-term mortality trends in patients with traumatic brain injury, BRAIN INJUR, 14(6), 2000, pp. 505-512
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