By On February 11th, 2009

The Feeling Brain

The University at Buffalo has recently received a grant to study an under-reported aspect of brain injury: the emotional life of survivors.

According to the article, researchers have determined that many people with brain injury have difficulty interpreting the emotions of others. It’s a problem that, in theory, can be addressed through cognitive therapy.

Additionally, some survivors have a hard time experiencing certain emotions, and may have to “relearn” them in some fashion.

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