Long-term cognitive correlates of traumatic brain injury across adulthood and interactions with APOE genotype, sex and age cohorts
There is continuing debate about long-term effects of brain injury. We examined a range of traumatic brain injury (TBI)variables (TBI history, severity, frequency, and age of injury) as predictors of cognitive outcome over 8 years in an adult population, and interactions with apolipoprotein E (APOE) genotype, sex and age cohorts. Three randomly sampled age cohorts (20–24, 40–44, 60–64 years at baseline; N = 6333) were each evaluated three times over 8 years. TBI variables, based on self-report,...[Show more]
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|Source:||Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 20. 4 (2014): 444-454|
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