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What Is Cognitive Reserve and How Does It Affect Outcome After TBI?
Dr. Jordan Grafman talks about how people who had a higher level of skills, interests, and motivation before a brain injury tend to have a better outcome than those who did not.
Produced by Victoria Tilney McDonough, Justin Rhodes, and Erica Queen, BrainLine.
Jordan Grafman, PhD, is director of Brain Injury Research, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. His investigation of brain function and behavior contributes to advances in medicine, rehabilitation, and psychology, and informs ethics, law, philosophy, and health policy.
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