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Enduring Cognitive and Linguistic Deficits in Individuals With a History of Concussion (2019)

Stockbridge, M. D., & Newman, R. (2019). Enduring cognitive and linguistic deficits in individuals with a history of concussion. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 28(4), 1554-1570.

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The finding of this study shows Individuals with a history of multiple concussions may have longer periods of injury. This group of people would benefit from a complex cognitive-linguistic assessment and treatment before being discharged from caseloa ...

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