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Rehabilitation after severe brain injury: a follow-up study of a behaviour modification approach.
  1. P Eames,
  2. R Wood

    Abstract

    Twenty four patients with severe brain injury who had disturbed behaviours preventing rehabilitation or care in ordinary settings were treated in a token economy. This long-term follow-up study indicates that post-traumatic behaviour disorders can be lastingly improved, and that lengthy rehabilitation can have surprisingly good effects.

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