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This research looks into the long-term cognitive deficits associated with mild traumatic brain injuries. The findings indicate that the neuronal networks of the prefrontal cortex of the brain may have experienced long-term damage as a result of concussions which is leading to decreased performance on cognitive tasks. This study exemplifies the application of EEG as a sensitive neuroimaging technique to measure post-concussive abilities and/or deficits that may be present within patients.
Sotoloff, Morgan, "Variations in Slow-Wave EEG and Working Memory Deficits During Letter Number Sequencing Task Post-Concussion" (2020). Neuroscience Summer Fellows. 15.
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