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Oliver H. Turnbull – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • This time it’s personal: reappraisal after Acquired Brain Injury.
    Cognition & emotion, 2020
    Co-Authors: Leanne Rowlands, Rudi Coetzer, Oliver H. Turnbull
    Abstract:

    Reappraisal is a widely investigated emotion regulation strategy, often impaired in those with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). Little is known, however, about the tools to measure this capacity in pat…

  • Good things better? Reappraisal and discrete emotions in Acquired Brain Injury.
    Neuropsychological rehabilitation, 2019
    Co-Authors: Leanne Rowlands, Rudi Coetzer, Oliver H. Turnbull
    Abstract:

    There has been substantial interest in emotion after Acquired Brain Injury (ABI), but less attention paid to emotion regulation (ER). Research has focused primarily on the ER strategy of reappraisa…

Leanne Rowlands – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • This time it’s personal: reappraisal after Acquired Brain Injury.
    Cognition & emotion, 2020
    Co-Authors: Leanne Rowlands, Rudi Coetzer, Oliver H. Turnbull
    Abstract:

    Reappraisal is a widely investigated emotion regulation strategy, often impaired in those with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). Little is known, however, about the tools to measure this capacity in pat…

  • Good things better? Reappraisal and discrete emotions in Acquired Brain Injury.
    Neuropsychological rehabilitation, 2019
    Co-Authors: Leanne Rowlands, Rudi Coetzer, Oliver H. Turnbull
    Abstract:

    There has been substantial interest in emotion after Acquired Brain Injury (ABI), but less attention paid to emotion regulation (ER). Research has focused primarily on the ER strategy of reappraisa…

Steven R. Flanagan – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Congenital and Acquired Brain Injury. 3. Spectrum of the Acquired Brain Injury Population
    Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 2008
    Co-Authors: Christina Kwasnica, Allen W. Brown, Elie P. Elovic, Sunil Kothari, Steven R. Flanagan
    Abstract:

    Abstract Kwasnica C, Brown AW, Elovic EP, Kothari S, Flanagan SR. Congenital and Acquired Brain Injury. 3. Spectrum of the Acquired Brain Injury population. This self-directed learning module highlights the subpopulations of traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) that are treated by the rehabilitation practitioner. It is part of the chapter on TBI in the self-directed Physiatric Education Program for practitioners and trainees in physical medicine and rehabilitation. Specifically, this article focuses on the management of patients with mild TBI, children, and individuals with Acquired Brain Injury from other etiologies, such as anoxic events or neoplastic lesions. The clinical spectrum of TBI, from the most severe presentation to the mildest, requires similar clinical skills to evaluate and manage. Overall Article Objective To describe the spectrum of Brain Injury populations based on age, severity, and etiology.

  • Congenital and Acquired Brain Injury. 3. Spectrum of the Acquired Brain Injury population.
    Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation, 2008
    Co-Authors: Christina Kwasnica, Allen W. Brown, Elie P. Elovic, Sunil Kothari, Steven R. Flanagan
    Abstract:

    This self-directed learning module highlights the subpopulations of traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) that are treated by the rehabilitation practitioner. It is part of the chapter on TBI in the self-directed Physiatric Education Program for practitioners and trainees in physical medicine and rehabilitation. Specifically, this article focuses on the management of patients with mild TBI, children, and individuals with Acquired Brain Injury from other etiologies, such as anoxic events or neoplastic lesions. The clinical spectrum of TBI, from the most severe presentation to the mildest, requires similar clinical skills to evaluate and manage. To describe the spectrum of Brain Injury populations based on age, severity, and etiology.