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Closed head injury and memory.
Baddeley, A.D., Harris, J., Sunderland, A., Watts, K. & Wilson, B.
In H.S. Levin, J. Grafman & H.M. Eisenberg (Eds.), Neurobehavioral Recovery from Head Injury (pp. 295-317). New York: Oxford University Press.
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This chapter combines an invited review of the work of the past decade on the effects of memory on head injury with more recent work carried out at the APU. This involves a systematic comparison of head-injured patients with control patients and normal but elderly subjects on tasks aimed at testing working memory, episodic and semantic long-term memory and procedural learning.