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Clinical Study

Outcome from Complicated versus Uncomplicated Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

Table 3

Descriptive statistics (raw scores) and effect sizes: self-report and neurocognitive tests.

Uncomplicated MTBIComplicated MTBI
MSDMSD

Self-report Measures
 BDI-II total7.66.74.54.0.130.52
 RPSQ total11.611.87.26.2.358.43
 Barrow Fatigue Scale16.415.313.09.7.464.25
Neurocognitive Tests
 RAVLT total56.97.860.210.1.237.39
 RAVLT delay11.12.812.42.6.159.47
 RCFT copy35.70.735.60.8.792.09
 RCFT Immediate25.45.923.85.2.402.28
 Phonemic Fluency total38.79.439.813.4.766.10
 Animal Naming total25.16.422.55.0.194.43
 Trails A (in seconds)27.39.528.58.7.685.13
 Trails B (in seconds)62.524.857.513.3.495.23
 Stroop Color-Word42.18.245.97.2.157.47

Note: (uncomplicated MTBI, ; complicated MTBI, ); Cohen’s effect size ( ): small (.20), medium (.50), large (.80). BDI-II: Beck Depression Inventory-Second Edition; RPSQ: Rivermead Postconcussion Scale; RCFT: Rey Complex Figure Test; RAVLT:Rey Auditory Verbal Learning Test; MTBI:mild traumatic brain injury.