"The first extensive critical review of the neurobehavioral sequelae of closed head injury ... the book's strengths include breadth of coverage, stringent attention to methodological issues, and objectivity of critical analyses ... clearly written, concise, well-organized." --Journal of Clinical Neuropsychology. "Well-conceived and well-executed. ... Belongs on the shelf of every practicing neurosurgeon, neurologist, psychologist, and psychiatrist."
--The New England Journal of Medicine
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