Brain Injury, 0269-9052

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  1. Age and Gender Effects on Resting State Networks after Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

    Bittencourt-Villalpando, M., van der Horn, H., Liemburg, E., Maurits, N. & van der Naalt, J., 2-May-2019, In : Brain Injury. 33, p. 169 1 p.

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  2. Participation after traumatic brain injury: the surplus value of social cognition tests beyond measures for executive functioning and dysexecutive behavior in a statistical prediction model

    Westerhof-Evers, H. J., Fasotti, L., van der Naalt, J. & Spikman, J. M., 2-Jan-2019, In : Brain Injury. 33, 1, p. 78-86 9 p.

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  3. Diffuse axonal injury after traumatic brain injury is a prognostic factor for functional outcome: A systematic review and meta-analysis

    van Eijck, M. M., Schoonman, G. G., van der Naalt, J., de Vries, J. & Roks, G., 2018, In : Brain Injury. 32, 4, p. 395-402 8 p.

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  4. From "miserable minority' to the "fortunate few': The other end of the mild traumatic brain injury spectrum

    De Koning, M. E., Scheenen, M. E., Van Der Horn, H. J., Spikman, J. M. & Van Der Naalt, J., 2018, In : Brain Injury. 32, 5, p. 540-543 4 p.

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  5. Outpatient follow-up after mild traumatic brain injury: Results of the UPFRONT-study

    de Koning, M. E., Scheenen, M. E., van der Horn, H. J., Hageman, G., Roks, G., Yilmaz, T., Spikman, J. M. & van der Naalt, J., 2017, In : Brain Injury. 31, p. 1102-1108 7 p.

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