Child Brain Injury
When it comes to child brain injury there are a few reliable resources. We recommend this book with information regarding child brain injury. This page is dedicated to the book “Traumatic Brain Injury in Children. The book is number one in child brain injury and comes highly recommended as you will see by the reviews listed below.
Traumatic Brain Injury in Children
Edited by SARAH H. BROMAN and MARY ELLEN MICHEL, both of the National Institute of Neurological Disorder and Stroke (NINDS)
“The quality of writing and content of the discussions are uniformly high. I would recommend this work to the full range of readers, from senior researchers and clinicians to students…” -Journal of Child Neuropsychology
“The editors have succeeded in providing a readable, organized and expert view of the issues surrounding some of the long-term-functional consequences of brain surgery in children.”–Thomas G. Luerssen
“A clear presentation of what we currently do and do not know about head trauma…Thick with basic information, this book is essential reading for clinicians and perhaps for some parents who are struggling with the consequences of pediatric head injury….The book contains 16 chapters from some of the best research teams.”–Elizabeth Bates, Contemporary Psychology
“Suceeds in taking a reflective step back from the lab bench to consider what has been learned and what needs to be done in order to improve future studies regarding the outcome of head injury in children. The book can be read in a relatively brief period of time, and the quality of writing and content of the discussions are uniformly high. I would recommend this work to the full range of readers, from senior researchers and clinicians to students who are making the transition from their classroom textbooks to the primary research literature concerning head injury.”–Journal of Child Neuropsychology