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Traumatic Brain Injury

#1 - What is the evidence that challenging demands to the brain, such as therapy, activity or sensory stimulation reorganizes brain function beyond spontaneous recovery after traumatic brain injury (TBI)?
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#1a - What is the evidence for the effect of sensory stimulation on the arousal level of persons in coma or persistent vegetative state after traumatic brain injury (TBI)?
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#2 - What is the evidence for the effect of interventions (published between 2000-2004) to enable persons with traumatic brain injury (TBI) to participate in areas of occupation (activities of daily living [ADL], instrumental activities of daily living [IADL], work, leisure, social participation, and education)?
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#3 - What is the evidence for the effect of interventions to address psychosocial, behavioral, and social functions on the occupational performance for persons with traumatic brain injury (TBI)?
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#4 - What is the evidence for the effect of interventions to address cognitive/perceptual functions (attention, memory, executive functions) on the occupational performance for persons with traumatic brain injury (TBI)?
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