Behaviour after cerebral lesions in children and adults. 1962.
It is generally believed that brain injuries vary in their effects according to the age at which they are sustained, but the nature and extent of these differences remain elusive. A full enquiry requires, ideally, the study of strictly comparable lesions in the young and the old, the opportunity for follow-up examinations extending over decades in both groups and, lastly, the availability of behavioural tasks for which normal attainment is known, and which are equally applicable to the brain-...Expand abstract
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