Stuck in a moment, Concreteness and psychotherapy after acquired brain injury.
Salas, C.E.; Vaughan, F.; Shanker, Shanti; Turnbull, O.H.;
This paper surveys the issue of concrete thinking after brain injury—a phenomenon that is widely recognised clinically, but under-investigated in formal research settings. Through the lens of the classical work of Kurt Goldstein the paper outlines the diverse clinical m... View more
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