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May/June 2021 - Volume 36 - Issue 3
pp: 139-223,E134-E198

Intracranial Abnormalities Are Associated With Fewer Self-Reported Symptoms in Military Service Members Following Moderate-to-Severe Traumatic Brain Injury

Trotta, Jenna K.; Ekanayake, Vindhya; Ettenhofer, Mark L.; More

Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation. 36(3):164-174, May/June 2021.

Making a Difference: Affective Distress Explains Discrepancy Between Objective and Subjective Cognitive Functioning After Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

Hromas, Gabrielle A.; Houck, Zachary M.; Asken, Breton M.; More

Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation. 36(3):186-195, May/June 2021.

miRNAs as Potential Biomarkers for Traumatic Brain Injury: Pathway From Diagnosis to Neurorehabilitation

Herrold, Amy A.; Kletzel, Sandra L.; Foecking, Eileen M.; More

Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation. 36(3):E155-E169, May/June 2021.