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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