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Shame, self-discrepancies, and adjustment after acquired brain injury (2020)
Journal Article
Hughes, R., Fleming, P., & Henshall, L. (in press). Shame, self-discrepancies, and adjustment after acquired brain injury. Brain Injury, 1-7. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699052.2020.1776395

ABSTRACT Objectives: To explore the relationship between shame and self-discrepancies and the extent that these factors predict adjustment after an acquired brain injury (ABI). Method: 62 participants with an ABI completed the following self-repor... Read More about Shame, self-discrepancies, and adjustment after acquired brain injury.

Peer support groups after acquired brain injury: a systematic review (2020)
Journal Article
Hughes, R., Fleming, P., & Henshall, L. (2020). Peer support groups after acquired brain injury: a systematic review. Brain Injury, https://doi.org/10.1080/02699052.2020.1762002

Background: Peer support groups can be a way to obtain support, problem solve, and widen social networks. However, there has been no systematic literature review examining the evidence for the use of peer support groups after an acquired brain injur... Read More about Peer support groups after acquired brain injury: a systematic review.


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