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Aftereffects of brain injuries in war, their evaluation and treatment

Kurt Goldstein

Aftereffects of brain injuries in war, their evaluation and treatment

the application of psychologie methods in the clinic

by Kurt Goldstein

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Published by Grune & Stratton in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Brain -- Wounds and injuries.,
  • Traumatic neuroses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Kurt Goldstein ; foreword by D. Denny-Brown.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC361 .G6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination211 p. :
    Number of Pages211
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20207512M

      Goldstein, K. Aftereffects of brain injuries in war. Their evaluation and treatment. The application of psychologic methods in the clinic. New York: Grune & Stratton, , pp. Goldstein, K. Aftereffects of brain injuries in war. Their evaluation and treatment. The application of psychologic methods in the by: The brain injury center developed the five-minute evaluation to accommodate medical personnel in Iraq and Afghanistan who need to quickly assess head injuries during, for example, a street fight, says Kathy Helmick, manager of the Office of Clinical Standards for the : Munsey, Christopher.

    The Cost of War Includes at Least , Brain Injuries and 1, Amputations Neuroimaging techniques like this Siemens software display are used by Army doctors to .   The number of US service members diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries has shot up to more than , the Pentagon said Monday, as more troops suffer the aftereffects of the Iranian ballistic Author: AP, Washington.

    Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a wound that was unheard of just a few short years ago. It occurs when a sudden trauma or head injury disrupts the function of the brain. Before modern-day medical. publication the aftereffects of brain injuries in war with regard to and therapy for various deficits (word-finding, motor speech, etc.) Howard and Hatfield () state that Luria’s approach.


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Aftereffects of brain injuries in war: Their evaluation and treatment Author: Kurt Goldstein. During the war of Kurt Goldstein, the author of the present volume, probably had more experience in studying head injury cases from a neurologic point of view than any other person on either side.

Goldstein, a competent observer, prolific writer and excellent neurologist, has produced this. About this Book Catalog Record Details. Aftereffects of brain injuries in war, their evaluation and Goldstein, Kurt, View full catalog record.

Aftereffects of Brain Injuries in War - Their Evaluation and Treatment | William Heinemann Medical Books LtdCondition: GOOD. Some foxing and minor tears to dust jacket edges. One loss on bottom right corner of dust on pages due to book's. Kurt Goldstein summarized this situation well in the preface of his book, Aftereffects of Brain Injuries in War: Their Evaluation and Treatment, published in 10 His words are timeless to speak of the urgent need to develop responsive, innovative techniques, and effective treatments for those who suffered injuries from combat.

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Goldstein's contributions to neuropsychology stem from his experiences as a neurologist—perhaps today considered a behavioral neurologist—and psychiatrist and through his studies of soldiers who had sustained head injuries in the Great World War (e.g., Aftereffects of brain injuries in war: their evaluation and treatment; the application of Cited by: 3.

In: Aftereffects of Brain Injuries in War: Their Evaluation and Treatment: The Application of Psychologic Methods in the Clinic. New York, NY: Grune & Stratton.

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To some extent, Goldstein's () Aftereffects of Brain Injuries in War. Their Evaluation and Treatment; The Applications of Psychologic Methods in the Clinic deals with the same topic but it clearly is not a straightforward translation of the original German book (see below). My description of the clinical procedures and tests is based on the Cited by: 5.

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Foreword by D. Denny-Brown. New York: Grune and Stratton, pp. Price, $ During the World War of a number of hospitals for the study and care of cerebral Author: Haven Emerson. Aftereffects of Brain Injuries in War, Their Evaluation and Treatment, the Application of Psychologic Methods in the Clinic By A.

Earl Walker Topics: Book ReviewAuthor: A. Earl Walker. Injuries can happen to your brain in many ways. They could be brought on by medical problems like a stroke or tumor. These are called acquired brain injuries (ABIs).

But most often, brain injuries. Aftereffects of Brain Injuries in War: By Kurt Goldstein, M.D. New York: Grune & Stratton, pp. Review by: Curtis T. Prout. In this volume Dr. Kurt Goldstein has made available some of the invaluable experience gained through an unusual opportunity to observe and treat a large number of brain injuries in the first World War.

The War Related Illness and Injury Study Center provides education to Veterans who have deployment related health conditions. Some Veterans may experience symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) after a deployment.

This page contains information for Veterans on this health condition. During World War I, Goldstein was Director of the Military Hospital for Brain-Injured Solders.

This experience led to him writing a book on the after-effects of brain injuries. Following the war Goldstein became Director of the Moabit Hospital in Berlin.

Goldstein’s contributions to neuropsychology stem from his experiences as a neurologist—perhaps today considered a behavioral neurologist—and psychiatrist and through his studies of soldiers who had sustained head injuries in the Great World War (e.g., Aftereffects of brain injuries in war: their evaluation and treatment; the application Cited by: 3.

An entirely new section is devoted to the evaluation and treatment of mild TBI, including injuries in athletes, military service members and veterans, and children and adolescents.

These chapters join newly updated sections on the assessment and treatment of the cognitive, emotional, behavioral, and other physical sequelae of TBI. Sometimes people living with brain injuries are available to provide help and support to a newly diagnosed brain injury survivor.

Recovering from the emotional aspects caused by a brain injury can be a lifelong journey, which is why victims of brain injuries need to get the maximum compensation in order to get the best mental health care possible.Goldstein, Kurt; and Scheerer, Martin.

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