Gary S. Seale, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2010 University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX 
Area:
Rehabilitation and Therapy, Psychobiology Psychology, Mental Health
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Glenn V. Ostir grad student 2010 UTMB
 (Change in positive emotion and recovery of functional status following stroke rehabilitation in older adults.)
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Berges IM, Kuo YF, Ottenbacher KJ, et al. (2012) Recovery of functional status after stroke in a tri-ethnic population. Pm & R : the Journal of Injury, Function, and Rehabilitation. 4: 290-5
Berges IM, Seale GS, Ostir GV. (2012) The role of positive affect on social participation following stroke. Disability and Rehabilitation. 34: 2119-23
Berges IM, Seale G, Ostir GV. (2011) Positive affect and pain ratings in persons with stroke. Rehabilitation Psychology. 56: 52-7
Seale GS, Berges IM, Ottenbacher KJ, et al. (2010) Change in positive emotion and recovery of functional status following stroke. Rehabilitation Psychology. 55: 33-9
Temple RO, Zgaljardic DJ, Abreu BC, et al. (2009) Ecological validity of the neuropsychological assessment battery screening module in post-acute brain injury rehabilitation. Brain Injury. 23: 45-50
Zhang L, Abreu BC, Seale GS, et al. (2003) A virtual reality environment for evaluation of a daily living skill in brain injury rehabilitation: reliability and validity. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 84: 1118-24
Zhang L, Abreu BC, Gonzales V, et al. (2002) Comparison of the Community Integration Questionnaire, the Craig Handicap Assessment and Reporting Technique, and the Disability Rating Scale in traumatic brain injury. The Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation. 17: 497-509
Abreu BC, Seale G, Scheibel RS, et al. (2001) Levels of self-awareness after acute brain injury: how patients' and rehabilitation specialists' perceptions compare. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 82: 49-56
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