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The Cognitive Screen for Grooming (CSG)

Mortera, Marianne H.

The Cognitive Screen for Grooming (CSG) is used to assess cognitive processes in adults with acquired brain injury such as stroke, traumatic brain injury, brain tumor, or aneurysm during a functional task. Individuals with other diagnoses who present with cognitive deficits may be appropriate for screening with the CSG. The CSG may provide initial information that warrants the need for further definitive assessment.

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Academic Units
Rehabilitation and Regenerative Medicine
Published Here
March 21, 2013

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Please send inquiries regarding the Mortera Cognitive Screening Measure (MCSM) or the Cognitive Screen for Grooming (CSG) to the following email address: mariannehmortera@gmail.com

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