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Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, ISSN 1877-0657, 2016, Volume 60, Issue 3, pp. 186 - 190
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Frontiers in Neurology, ISSN 1664-2295, 2019, Volume 10, p. 320
Purpose: People with traumatic brain injury are frequently involved in a litigation because another person was at fault for causing the accident. A... 
Disability | Traumatic brain injury | Compensation | Litigation | Paris-TBI | Lawsuit | Follow-up | follow-up | litigation | lawsuit | disability | traumatic brain injury | compensation | NEUROSCIENCES | CARE | CLINICAL NEUROLOGY
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Brain Injury, ISSN 0269-9052, 01/2019, Volume 33, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 3
The notion of social cognition is an umbrella term which refers to a set of processes which permit the perception of social cues from the self and others, the... 
Traumatic brain injury | Rehabilitation | Assessment | Social cognition | PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS | RECOGNITION | EMPATHY | ADOLESCENTS | PRAGMATIC LANGUAGE | EMOTION | ASSOCIATION | NEUROSCIENCES
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FRONTIERS IN NEUROLOGY, ISSN 1664-2295, 02/2019, Volume 10, p. 120
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Brain injury, 10/2018, p. 1
The notion of social cognition is an umbrella term which refers to a set of processes which permit the perception of social cues from the self and others, the... 
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Revue de neuropsychologie, ISSN 2101-6739, 2019, Volume 11, Issue 1, pp. 29 - 31
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by Maas, Andrew I R and Menon, David K and Adelson, P David and Andelic, Nada and Bell, Michael J and Belli, Antonio and Bragge, Peter and Brazinova, Alexandra and Büki, András and Chesnut, Randall M and Citerio, Giuseppe and Coburn, Mark and Cooper, D Jamie and Crowder, A Tamara and Czeiter, Endre and Czosnyka, Marek and Diaz-Arrastia, Ramon and Dreier, Jens P and Duhaime, Ann-Christine and Ercole, Ari and van Essen, Thomas A and Feigin, Valery L and Gao, Guoyi and Giacino, Joseph and Gonzalez-Lara, Laura E and Gruen, Russell L and Gupta, Deepak and Hartings, Jed A and Hill, Sean and Jiang, Ji-yao and Ketharanathan, Naomi and Kompanje, Erwin J O and Lanyon, Linda and Laureys, Steven and Lecky, Fiona and Levin, Harvey and Lingsma, Hester F and Maegele, Marc and Majdan, Marek and Manley, Geoffrey and Marsteller, Jill and Mascia, Luciana and McFadyen, Bradford and McFadyen, Charles and Mondello, Stefania and Newcombe, Virginia and Palotie, Aarno and Parizel, Paul M and Peul, Wilco and Piercy, James and Polinder, Suzanne and Puybasset, Louis and Rasmussen, Todd E and Rossaint, Rolf and Smielewski, Peter and Söderberg, Jeannette and Stanworth, Simon J and Stein, Murray B and von Steinbüchel, Nicole and Stewart, William and Steyerberg, Ewout W and Stocchetti, Nino and Synnot, Anneliese and Te Ao, Braden and Tenovuo, Olli and Theadom, Alice and Tibboel, Dick and Videtta, Walter and Wang, Kevin K W and Williams, W Huw and Williams, Guy and Wilson, Lindsay and Yaffe, Kristine and Adams, Hadie and Agnoletti, Vanni and Allanson, Judith and Amrein, Krisztina and Andaluz, Norberto and Anke, Audny and Antoni, Anna and van As, Arjan Bastiaan and Audibert, Gérard and Azaševac, Antun and Azouvi, Philippe and Azzolini, Maria Luisa and Baciu, Camelia and Badenes, Rafael and Barlow, Karen M and Bartels, Ronald and Bauerfeind, Ursula and Beauchamp, Miriam and Beer, Darcy and Beer, Ronny and Belda, Francisco Javier and Bellander, Bo-Michael and Bellier, Rémy and Benali, Habib and Benard, Thierry and Beqiri, Valzerda and Beretta, Luigi and ... and InTBIR Participants Investigators and InTBIR Participants and Investigators
The Lancet Neurology, ISSN 1474-4422, 12/2017, Volume 16, Issue 12, pp. 987 - 1048
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