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    1. Merten, T
      Symptom validity testing: A case study method for diagnosis of non-organicsymptoms

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR KLINISCHE PSYCHOLOGIE PSYCHIATRIE UND PSYCHOTHERAPIE
    2. Greiffenstein, MF; Baker, WJ
      Comparison of premorbid and postinjury MMPI-2 profiles in late postconcussion claimants

      CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST
    3. Bianchini, KJ; Mathias, CW; Greve, KW
      Symptom validity testing: A critical review

      CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST
    4. Barr, WB; McCrea, M
      Sensitivity and specificity of standardized neurocognitive testing immediately following sports concussion

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    5. Miller, L
      Not just malingering: Syndrome diagnosis in traumatic brain injury litigation

      NEUROREHABILITATION
    6. Grindel, SH; Lovell, MR; Collins, MW
      The assessment of sport-related concussion: The evidence behind neuropsychological testing and management

      CLINICAL JOURNAL OF SPORT MEDICINE
    7. McCrea, M
      Standardized mental status assessment of sports concussion

      CLINICAL JOURNAL OF SPORT MEDICINE
    8. Guskiewicz, KM
      Postural stability assessment following concussion: One piece of the puzzle

      CLINICAL JOURNAL OF SPORT MEDICINE
    9. Demakis, GJ; Sweet, JJ; Sawyer, TP; Moulthrop, M; Nies, K; Clingerman, S
      Discrepancy between predicted and obtained WAIS-R IQ scores discriminates between traumatic brain injury and insufficient effort

      PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
    10. Servadei, F; Teasdale, G; Merry, G
      Defining acute mild head injury in adults: A proposal based on prognostic factors, diagnosis, and management

      JOURNAL OF NEUROTRAUMA
    11. Bigler, ED
      The lesion(s) in traumatic brain injury: implications for clinical neuropsychology

      ARCHIVES OF CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    12. Fluharty, G; Glassman, N
      Use of antecedent control to improve the outcome of rehabilitation for a client with frontal lobe injury and intolerance for auditory and tactile stimuli

      BRAIN INJURY
    13. Chan, RCK
      Base rate of post-concussion symptoms among normal people and its neuropsychological correlates

      CLINICAL REHABILITATION
    14. Muthukumar, N; Veerarajkumar, N; Madeswaran, K
      Bilateral internuclear ophthalmoplegia following mild head injury

      CHILDS NERVOUS SYSTEM
    15. Leclerc, S; Lassonde, M; Delaney, JS; Lacroix, VJ; Johnston, KM
      Recommendations for grading of concussion in athletes

      SPORTS MEDICINE
    16. Van Heertum, RL; Drocea, C; Ichise, M; Lobotesis, K; Fawwaz, RA
      Single photon emission CT and positron emission tomography in the evaluation of neurologic disease

      RADIOLOGIC CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA
    17. Ponsford, J; Willmott, C; Rothwell, A; Cameron, P; Ayton, G; Nelms, R; Curran, C; Ng, K
      Impact of early intervention on outcome after mild traumatic brain injury in children

      PEDIATRICS
    18. Uchino, Y; Okimura, Y; Tanaka, M; Saeki, N; Yamaura, A
      Computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging of mild head injury - Is it appropriate to classify patients with Glasgow Coma Scale score of 13 to 15 as "mild injury"?

      ACTA NEUROCHIRURGICA
    19. Iverson, GL; Slick, DJ; Franzen, MD
      Evaluation of a WMS-R malingering index in a non-litigating clinical sample

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    20. Ponsford, J; Willmott, C; Rothwell, A; Cameron, P; Kelly, AM; Nelms, R; Curran, C; Ng, K
      Factors influencing outcome following mild traumatic brain injury in adults

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    21. Radanov, BP
      Controversy about brain damage following cranio-cervical acceleration-deceleration trauma

      JOURNAL OF MUSCULOSKELETAL PAIN
    22. Nicholson, K
      Pain, cognition and traumatic brain injury

      NEUROREHABILITATION
    23. Margulies, S
      The postconcussion syndrome after mild head trauma - Part II: is migraine underdiagnosed?

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE
    24. Wrightson, P
      The development of a concept of mild head injury

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE
    25. Margulies, S
      The postconcussion syndrome after mild head trauma: is brain damage overdiagnosed? Part 1

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCE
    26. Mamelak, M
      The motor vehicle collision injury syndrome

      NEUROPSYCHIATRY NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIORAL NEUROLOGY
    27. Reitan, RM; Wolfson, D
      The neuropsychological similarities of mild and more severe head injury

      ARCHIVES OF CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    28. Sawchyn, JM; Brulot, MM; Strauss, E
      Note on the use of the postconcussion syndrome checklist

      ARCHIVES OF CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    29. Mittenberg, W; Strauman, S
      Diagnosis of mild head injury and the postconcussion syndrome

      JOURNAL OF HEAD TRAUMA REHABILITATION
    30. Iverson, GL; Binder, LM
      Detecting exaggeration and malingering in neuropsychological assessment

      JOURNAL OF HEAD TRAUMA REHABILITATION
    31. Inamasu, J; Hori, S; Aoki, K; Suga, S; Kawase, T; Aikawa, N
      CT scans essential after posttraumatic loss of consciousness

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE
    32. Gaetz, M; Weinberg, H
      Electrophysiological indices of persistent post-concussion symptoms

      BRAIN INJURY
    33. Mrazik, M; Ferrara, MS; Peterson, CL; Elliott, RE; Courson, RW; Clanton, MD; Hynd, GW
      Injury severity and neuropsychological and balance outcomes of four college athletes

      BRAIN INJURY
    34. Gordon, WA; Haddad, L; Brown, M; Hibbard, MR; Sliwinski, M
      The sensitivity and specificity of self-reported symptoms in individuals with traumatic brain injury

      BRAIN INJURY
    35. Mandera, M; Wencel, T; Bazowski, P; Krauze, J
      How should we manage children after mild head injury?

      CHILDS NERVOUS SYSTEM
    36. Alfano, MS; Satz, P
      Commentary and perspectives on R.M. Allen's "The test performance of the brain injured"

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    37. Viola, L; Zotta, D; Martino, V; Barbato, R; Schisano, G
      Minor head injuries: One year experience according to the new Italian guideline

      ACTA NEUROCHIRURGICA
    38. Boone, KB; Lu, PH
      Impact of somatoform symptomatology on credibility of cognitive performance

      CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST
    39. Dias, MS; Carnevale, F; Li, V
      Immediate posttraumatic seizures: Is routine hospitalization necessary?

      PEDIATRIC NEUROSURGERY
    40. Daniel, JC; Olesniewicz, MH; Reeves, DL; Tam, D; Bleiberg, J; Thatcher, R; Salazar, A
      Repeated measures of cognitive processing efficiency in adolescent athletes: Implications for monitoring recovery from concussion

      NEUROPSYCHIATRY NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIORAL NEUROLOGY
    41. Yeates, KO; Luria, J; Bartkowski, H; Rusin, J; Martin, L; Bigler, ED
      Postconcussive symptoms in children with mild closed head injuries

      JOURNAL OF HEAD TRAUMA REHABILITATION
    42. Ponsford, J; Willmott, C; Rothwell, A; Cameron, P; Ayton, G; Nelms, R; Curran, C; Ng, KT
      Cognitive and behavioral outcome following mild traumatic head injury in children

      JOURNAL OF HEAD TRAUMA REHABILITATION
    43. Packard, RC
      Epidemiology and pathogenesis of posttraumatic headache

      JOURNAL OF HEAD TRAUMA REHABILITATION
    44. Overweg-Plandsoen, WCG; Kodde, A; van Straaten, M; van der Linden, EAM; Neyens, LGJ; Aldenkamp, AP; Vermeulen, M
      Mild closed head injury in children compared to traumatic fractured bone; neurobehavioural sequelae in daily life 2 years after the accident

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS
    45. Caird, J; Brett, FM; Phillips, JP
      Extradural haematoma - A preventable cause of death

      IRISH MEDICAL JOURNAL
    46. MARTIN RC; FRANZEN MD; OREY S
      MAGNITUDE OF ERROR AS A STRATEGY TO DETECT FEIGNED MEMORY IMPAIRMENT

      Clinical neuropsychologist
    47. Gasquoine, PG
      Historical perspectives on postconcussion symptoms

      CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGIST
    48. RAPPORT LJ; FARCHIONE TJ; COLEMAN RD; AXELROD BN
      EFFECTS OF COACHING ON MALINGERED MOTOR FUNCTION PROFILES

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    49. King, JH; Gfeller, JD; Davis, HP
      Detecting simulated memory impairment with the Rey Auditory Verbal Learning Test: Implications of base rates and study generalizability

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    50. HUTCHINSON PJA; KIRKPATRICK PJ; ADDISON J; JACKSON S; PICKARD JD
      THE MANAGEMENT OF MINOR TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

      Journal of accident & emergency medicine
    51. REES LM; TOMBAUGH TN; GANSLER DA; MOCZYNSKI NP
      5 VALIDATION EXPERIMENTS OF THE TEST OF MEMORY MALINGERING (TOMM)

      Psychological assessment
    52. Heubrock, D; Petermann, F
      Neuropsychological assessment of suspected malingering: Research results, evaluation techniques, and further directions of research and application

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
    53. HSIANG JNK; POON WS; YU ALM
      POSTCONCUSSION SYNDROME FOLLOWING MILD HEAD-INJURY - HOW SIGNIFICANT WHEN IT IS WORK-RELATED

      Journal of clinical neuroscience
    54. MACHULDA MM; BERGQUIST TF; ITO V; CHEW S
      RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STRESS, COPING, AND POSTCONCUSSION SYMPTOMS IN AHEALTHY ADULT-POPULATION

      Archives of clinical neuropsychology
    55. GORDON WR; BROWN M; SLIWINSKI M; HIBBARD MR; PATTI N; WEISS MJ; KALINSKY R; SHEERER M
      THE ENIGMA OF HIDDEN TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

      The journal of head trauma rehabilitation
    56. BLEIBERG J; HALPERN EL; REEVES D; DANIEL JC
      FUTURE-DIRECTIONS FOR THE NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF SPORTS CONCUSSION

      The journal of head trauma rehabilitation
    57. SBORDONE RJ; SEYRANIAN GD; RUFF RM
      ARE THE SUBJECTIVE COMPLAINTS OF TRAUMATICALLY BRAIN-INJURED PATIENTSRELIABLE

      Brain injury
    58. IVERSON GL; FRANZEN MD
      DETECTING MALINGERED MEMORY DEFICITS WITH THE RECOGNITION MEMORY TEST

      Brain injury
    59. Granovsky, Y; Sprecher, E; Hemli, J; Yarnitsky, D
      P300 and stress in mild head injury patients

      EVOKED POTENTIALS-ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY AND CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    60. ALEXANDER MP
      IN THE PURSUIT OF PROOF OF BRAIN-DAMAGE AFTER WHIPLASH INJURY

      Neurology
    61. GFELLER JD; CRADOCK MM
      DETECTING FEIGNED NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL IMPAIRMENT WITH THE SEASHORE RHYTHM TEST

      Journal of clinical psychology
    62. Soloman, S
      Posttraumatic migraine

      HEADACHE
    63. ODELL MW; BELL KR; SANDEL ME
      BRAIN INJURY REHABILITATION - 3 - SPECIFIC DISORDERS

      Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation
    64. SCHAGEN S; SCHMAND B; DESTERKE S; LINDEBOOM J
      AMSTERDAM SHORT-TERM-MEMORY TEST - A NEW PROCEDURE FOR THE DETECTION OF FEIGNED MEMORY DEFICITS

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    65. SMITH GA; DIETRICH AM
      EPIDEMIOLOGY OF SHOPPING CART-RELATED INJURIES TO CHILDREN - REPLY

      Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine
    66. SHENOY SR; BRUMBACK RA
      NEUROLOGIC PROBLEMS THAT MIGHT PRESENT WITH ACADEMIC DIFFICULTIES

      Child and adolescent psychiatric clinics of North America
    67. CHRISTENSEN JR
      PEDIATRIC TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY REHABILITATION - CHALLENGES IN CARE DELIVERY

      NeuroRehabilitation
    68. TOMBAUGH TN
      THE TEST OF MEMORY MALINGERING (TOMM) - NORMATIVE DATA FROM COGNITIVELY INTACT AND COGNITIVELY IMPAIRED INDIVIDUALS

      Psychological assessment
    69. TANG YP; NODA Y; HASEGAWA T; NABESHIMA T
      A CONCUSSIVE-LIKE BRAIN INJURY MODEL IN MICE (II) - SELECTIVE NEURONAL LOSS IN THE CORTEX AND HIPPOCAMPUS

      Journal of neurotrauma
    70. MITTENBERG W; WITTNER MS; MILLER LJ
      POSTCONCUSSION SYNDROME OCCURS IN CHILDREN

      Neuropsychology
    71. GEDDES JF; VOWLES GH; BEER TW; ELLISON DW
      THE DIAGNOSIS OF DIFFUSE AXONAL INJURY - IMPLICATIONS FOR FORENSIC PRACTICE

      Neuropathology and applied neurobiology
    72. IVERSON GL; MCCRACKEN LM
      POSTCONCUSSIVE SYMPTOMS IN PERSONS WITH CHRONIC PAIN

      Brain injury
    73. MCCRORY PR
      WERE YOU KNOCKED OUT - A TEAM PHYSICIANS APPROACH TO INITIAL CONCUSSION MANAGEMENT

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    74. SAKAS DE; WHITTAKER KW; WHITWELL HL; SINGOUNAS EG
      SYNDROMES OF POSTTRAUMATIC NEUROLOGICAL DETERIORATION IN CHILDREN WITH NO FOCAL LESIONS REVEALED BY CEREBRAL IMAGING - EVIDENCE FOR A TRIGEMINOVASCULAR PATHOPHYSIOLOGY

      Neurosurgery
    75. SKELTON CE; WALLEY RM; CHISHOLM JB; SLOAN RL
      MILD TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY - THE FIFE PERSPECTIVE

      Scottish Medical Journal
    76. PERLIS ML; ARTIOLA L; GILES DE
      SLEEP COMPLAINTS IN CHRONIC POSTCONCUSSION SYNDROME

      Perceptual and motor skills
    77. HSIANG JNK; YEUNG T; YU ALM; POON WS
      HIGH-RISK MILD HEAD-INJURY

      Journal of neurosurgery
    78. PACKARD RC; HAM LP
      PATHOGENESIS OF POSTTRAUMATIC HEADACHE AND MIGRAINE - A COMMON HEADACHE PATHWAY

      Headache
    79. MILLIS SR; PUTNAM SH
      EVALUATION OF MALINGERING IN THE NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF MILD HEAD-INJURY

      NeuroRehabilitation
    80. AXELROD BN; FOX DD; LEESHALEY PR; EARNEST K; DOLEZALWOOD S; GOLDMAN RS
      LATENT STRUCTURE OF THE POSTCONCUSSION SYNDROME QUESTIONNAIRE

      Psychological assessment
    81. HAM LP; PACKARD RC
      A RETROSPECTIVE, FOLLOW-UP-STUDY OF BIOFEEDBACK-ASSISTED RELAXATION THERAPY IN PATIENTS WITH POSTTRAUMATIC HEADACHE

      Biofeedback and self-regulation
    82. JACOBS A; PUT E; INGELS M; PUT T; BOSSUYT A
      ONE-YEAR FOLLOW-UP OF TECHNETIUM-99M-HMPAO SPECT IN MILD HEAD-INJURY

      The Journal of nuclear medicine
    83. MACCIOCCHI SN; BARTH JT; ALVES W; RIMEL RW; JANE JA
      NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL FUNCTIONING AND RECOVERY AFTER MILD HEAD-INJURY INCOLLEGIATE ATHLETES

      Neurosurgery
    84. CULOTTA VP; SEMENTILLI ME; GEROLD K; WATTS CC
      CLINICOPATHOLOGICAL HETEROGENEITY IN THE CLASSIFICATION OF MILD HEAD-INJURY

      Neurosurgery
    85. KING NS
      EMOTIONAL, NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL, AND ORGANIC FACTORS - THEIR USE IN THEPREDICTION OF PERSISTING POSTCONCUSSION SYMPTOMS AFTER MODERATE AND MILD HEAD-INJURIES

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    86. KLEIN M; HOUX PJ; JOLLES J
      LONG-TERM PERSISTING COGNITIVE SEQUELAE OF TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY ANDTHE EFFECT OF AGE

      The Journal of nervous and mental disease
    87. TSUSHIMA WT; NEWBILL W
      EFFECTS OF HEADACHES DURING NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING OF MILD HEAD-INJURY PATIENTS

      Headache
    88. BARTH JT; DIAMOND R; ERRICO A
      MILD HEAD-INJURY AND POST CONCUSSION SYNDROME - DOES ANYONE REALLY SUFFER

      Clinical EEG electroencephalography
    89. MCNALLY EG; DELACEY G; LOVELL P; WELCH T
      GUIDELINES TO REDUCE X-RAY EXAMINATIONS IN ACCIDENT DEPARTMENTS - REPLY

      BMJ. British medical journal
    90. BRAMLETT HM; GREEN EJ; DIETRICH WD; BUSTO R; GLOBUS MYT; GINSBERG MD
      POSTTRAUMATIC BRAIN HYPOTHERMIA PROVIDES PROTECTION FROM SENSORIMOTORAND COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL DEFICITS

      Journal of neurotrauma
    91. RICHTER KJ; COWAN DM; KASCHALK SM
      A PROTOCOL FOR MANAGING PAIN, SLEEP DISORDERS, AND ASSOCIATED PSYCHOLOGICAL SEQUELAE OF PRESUMED MILD HEAD-INJURY

      The journal of head trauma rehabilitation
    92. SCHNURR RF; MACDONALD MR
      MEMORY COMPLAINTS IN CHRONIC PAIN

      The Clinical journal of pain
    93. DAVIES RL; HUGHES M; GUBLER KD; WALLER PL; RIVARA FP
      THE USE OF CRANIAL CT SCANS IN THE TRIAGE OF PEDIATRIC-PATIENTS WITH MILD HEAD-INJURY

      Pediatrics
    94. LEE ST; LIU TN; WONG CW; YEH YS; TZAAN WC
      RELATIVE RISK OF DETERIORATION AFTER MILD CLOSED-HEAD INJURY

      Acta neurochirurgica
    95. HAM LP; ANDRASIK F; PACKARD RC; BUNDRICK CM
      PSYCHOPATHOLOGY IN INDIVIDUALS WITH POSTTRAUMATIC HEADACHES AND OTHERPAIN TYPES

      Cephalalgia
    96. SHOGAM II; POROSHUN AA
      PREDICTION OF NEUROLOGICAL SEQUELAE OF BR AIN INJURIES (IMPLICATION OF BIOMECHANICAL FACTOR)

      Zurnal nevropatologii i psihiatrii im. S.S. Korsakova
    97. THIBEAULT SL; KNOLLER N; COWLEY RS; FIANDACA M; SESTOKAS AK
      SCREENING CRITERIA FOR IDENTIFICATION OF MILD HEAD-INJURY PATIENTS WITH COGNITIVE DISORDERS

      Journal of neurosurgery
    98. EVANS RW; EVANS RI; SHARP MJ
      THE PHYSICIAN SURVEY ON THE POST-CONCUSSION AND WHIPLASH SYNDROMES

      Headache
    99. PACKARD RC; WEAVER R; HAM LP
      COGNITIVE SYMPTOMS IN PATIENTS WITH POSTTRAUMATIC HEADACHE

      Headache


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