Archived Projects of the TBINDC Registry by Researchers Last Name
4 archived projects available at this time for Angelle Sander, Ph.D.

Identification and evaluation of interventions to improve vocational outcomes and community integration
Abstract: This project examines the effectiveness of postacute rehabilitation interventions to improve vocational outcomes and community integration following TBI.... more
Investigators: High Jr. W, Sander A, Sherer M view full
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Lead Center: The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research
Collaborating Centers: Methodist Rehabilitation Center
Key predictors of rehab outcome: functional and neuropsych measures
Abstract: This study examines the concurrent validity of neuropsychological meausures and functional outcome as measured by productivity on the CIQ.... more
Investigators: High Jr. W, Sander A, Stuchen M, Sherer M, Novack T, Schraa J view full
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Lead Center: The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research
Collaborating Centers: Methodist Rehabilitation Center, University of Alabama, Craig Hospital
Ethnicity and Employment Outcome after TBI
Abstract: Previous investigations have shown that minority persons have poorer employment outcomes after traumatic brain injury (TBI). The present investigation seeks to investigate associated factors that contribute to these poorer outcomes. Based on prior research, we expect that the poorer outcomes for minority persons will be largely medicated by education level, pre-injury employment status, cause of injury, and other factors... more
Investigators: Sherer M, Sander A, Nick T, High Jr. W, Rosenthal M, Hanks R, Hart T view full
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Lead Center: Methodist Rehabilitation Center
Collaborating Centers: The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research, Kessler Medical Rehabilitation Research and Education Corporation, Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan
Subjective Well-being in the First Two Years Following Traumatic Brain Injury
Abstract: Prospective, longitudinal study of patients with TBI followed at one and two years post-injury. In a single center study stepwise multiple regressions predicted statistically significant, but small proportions of variance. This study proposes to replicate these findings using the TBI Model Systems dataset. Univariate regression models will be calculated first. Those variables that account for at least 1% of variance will be included in subsequent stepwise linear regression models... more
Investigators: Corrigan J, Bogner J, Hammond F, Sander A, Whiteneck G, Kreutzer J view full
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Lead Center: Ohio State University
Collaborating Centers: Carolinas Rehabilitation, The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research, Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of Virginia
4 archived projects available at this time for Angelle Sander, Ph.D.




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