Who knows best? Awareness of divided attention difficulty in a neurological rehabilitation setting

Brain Injury 17 (7):561-574 (2003)
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Keywords *Brain  *Divided Attention  *Head Injuries  *Neuropsychological Rehabilitation  *Relearning  Medical Patients  Health Personnel
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