Issue 2 of 2020 contains a wide variety of articles including investigations of marital stability, insomnia, fatigue, pragmatic speech, attention deficit disorder, depression and anxiety, to name a few. Several manuscripts explore the relationship between the context in which a concussion occurs and symptom resolution. Studies from the NIDILRR TBI Model Systems examined trajectories of recovery and return to productivity. Finally, Joe Fins' "Saul Bellows Coma: What the Neurosciences can Learn from the Humanities" is another insightful and entertaining contribution from our Ethics Special Feature Editor.
John D. Corrigan, PhD,
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