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Marwitz, J. (2000). The Neurobehavioral Functioning Inventory. The Center for Outcome Measurement in Brain Injury. http://www.tbims.org/
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NFI References

Devany, C. W., Kreutzer, J., Halberstadt, L., & West, D. D. (1991). Referrals for supported employment after brain injury: Neuropsychological, behavioral, and emotional characteristics. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 6(3), 59-70.

Kreutzer, J., Devany, C., Myers, S., & Marwitz, J. (1991). Neurobehavioral outcome following traumatic brain injury: Implications for cognitive rehabilitation. In J. Kreutzer & P. Wehman (Eds.), Cognitive rehabilitation for persons with traumatic brain injury: A functional approach (pp. 55-73). Baltimore: Paul Brookes.

Kreutzer, J., Gervasio, A., Camplair, P. (1994). Patient correlates of caregiver's distress and family functioning after traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury, 8(3), 211-230.
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8004080

Kreutzer, J., Marwitz, J., Seel, R., & Serio, C. (1996). Validation of a neurobehavioral functioning inventory for adults with traumatic brain injury. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 77, 116-124.
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Kreutzer, J., Marwitz, J., & Witol, A. (1995). Interrelationships between crime, substance abuse, and aggressive behavior among persons with traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury, 9(8), 757-768.
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Kreutzer, J., & Sander, A. (1998). Issues in brain injury evaluation and treatment. Rehabilitation Psychology, 42(3), 231-239.

Kreutzer, J., Seel, R., and Marwitz, J. (1999). The Neurobehavioral Functioning Inventory. San Antonio: The Psychological Corporation.

Kreutzer, J., Seel, R., & Witol, A. (1997). Neuromuscular and somatic problems of postacute brain injury patients. Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, 9, 125-133.

Sander, A., Kreutzer, J., & Fernandez, C. (1997). Neurobehavioral functioning, substance abuse, and employment after brain injury: Implications for vocational rehabilitation. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 12(5), 28-41.

Seel, R., Kreutzer, J., & Sander, A. (1997). Concordance of patients' and family members' ratings of neurobehavioral functioning after brain injury. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 78, 1254-9.
More information is available from PubMed at this link, PMID:
9365357

Serio, C., Kreutzer, J., & Gervasio, A. (1995). Predicting family needs after traumatic brain injury: Implications for intervention. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 10(2), 32-45.

Wehman, P., Kregel, J., Sherron, P., Nguyen, S., Kreutzer, J., Fry, R., & Zasler, N. (1993). Critical factors associated with the successful supported employment placement of persons with traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury, 7(1), 31-44.
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8425114

Wehman, P., West, M., Kregel, J., Sherron, P., & Kreutzer, J. (1995). Return to work for persons with severe traumatic brain injury: A data-based approach to program development. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 10(1), 27-39.

Witol, A., Kreutzer, J., & Sander, A. (1999). In M. Rosenthal, E. Griffith, J. Kreutzer, J., & B. Pentland, B. (Eds.). Emotional, behavioral, and personality assessment after traumatic brain injury. Rehabilitation of the adult and child with traumatic brain injury (3rd ed.). Philadelphia: F. A. Davis.

Witol, A. D., Sander, A. M., Seel, R. T., & Kreutzer, J. S. (1996). Long term neurobehavioral characteristics after brain injury: Implications for vocational rehabilitation. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 7, 159-167.

 

 
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