Psychological effects of brain injury

£3.50

Find out about the psychological effects of brain injury, from subtle and temporary lapses in ability and behaviour, to a profound and permanent reduction in basic skills and loss of control of emotion and behaviour.

About This Product

You can download this booklet for free in our information library

A brain injury may result in a confusing array of psychological changes. These range from subtle and temporary lapses in ability and behaviour, to a profound and permanent reduction in basic skills and loss of control of emotion and behaviour.

Contents include:

  • Cognitive impairment
  • Behavioural and emotional changes
  • Work, social and family changes
  • Psychological services

Psychological effects of brain injury was Highly Commended in the 2010 BMA Medical Book Awards.

Related Products