Clinical and Experimental Psychology

John-Christopher Finley

John-Christopher Finley

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  • Review Article
    A Review of Measuring Subjective Organization for Individuals with Brain Injuries
    Author(s): John-Christopher Finley and Frederick ParenteJohn-Christopher Finley and Frederick Parente

    Subjective organization refers to the human tendency to impose order on seemingly unrelated events in a person’s environment. This phenomenon that has been studied among individuals with acquired and traumatic brain injuries as they have a diminished ability to subjectively organize novel information. Thus, researchers have begun developing measures of subjective organization intended to be used as a diagnostic tool. The purpose of this review is to summarize what is known about subjective organization and to outline how a measure of subjective organization can be used to assess the extent of organizational deficits for persons with acquired and traumatic brain injuries. Moreover, this review will discuss the clinical implications of measuring subjective organization among individuals with a brain injury... View More»

    DOI: 10.4172/2471-2701.1000176

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