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Presenting Evidence of Executive Functions Deficit in Court

Posted on: 21st March 2014

Why is behaviour so important?

A recent article by neuropsychologists Dr Nicolas Priestley & Dr David Manchester, 'Presenting Evidence of Executive Functions Deficit in Court: Why Is Behaviour So Important?', offers insights into the value of evidential contributions of case managers and occupational therapists in complex brain injury cases.

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