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Predicting Life Satisfaction Following Traumatic Brain Injury

Stepwise multiple regressions were conducted, and a small, but significant, proportion of the variance in life satisfaction was predicted. Individuals who did not have a history of substance abuse and were gainfully employed at follow-up reported higher life satisfaction at 1 and 2 years post-injury. Motor independence was also a significant predictor at one year follow-up, while social integration and the absence of depression were predictors at two year follow-up. Life satisfaction tended to be stable during the two years; marital status and depression predicted what change that did occur

Registry Project Number: 213
Lead Investigator: Corrigan, J
Lead Center for Project: Ohio State University
Collaborating Investigators: Bogner, J, Mysiw, W, Clinchot, D, Fugate, L
Date of Completion: 03/30/2001
Type: Local
Status of Project: Latest Information Shown

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