Biased responding: A case series demonstrating a relationship between somatic symptoms and impaired recognition memory performance for traumatic brain injured individuals

R. A. Bierley, A. I. Drake, S. Ahmed, E. S. Date, M. Rosner, D. Warden, A. M. Salazar, K. A. Schwab, P. H. Tackitt, T. L. McDonough, W. Punch, B. Ivins, I. Litvan, R. Lipski, J. H. Grafman, L. Ryan, J. Wilkinson, E. M. Martin, M. Coyle, R. A. ColeL. Clawson, J. Walter, M. J. Bamdad, M. Graves, P. Knapp, J. Ecklund, M. Pramuka, L. Perry, N. Gray, S. Yoder, J. R. Grisson, J. Weissenburger, K. Breaux, S. Valescu, D. Garette-Bradley, M. A. Mullins, R. D. Vanderploeg, G. Curtiss, S. Scott, P. L. Michael, M. Waisman, L. Picon-Nieto, B. J. Signford, Jr Lanham, R. Collins, D. Britigan, D. MacLennan, J. Avery, J. Lojovich, D. Voydetich, R. Salerno, Jr Lamb, J. House, M. Cornis-Pop, L. V. Budd, G. Stevens, A. Verna, R. Thatcher, B. W. Festoff, J. Meyerhoff

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