What kinds of cognitive problems may present themselves in a person with traumatic brain injury?

The most common problems after a traumatic brain injury involve the inability to access memories, issues with learning old and new information, over-stimulation, an inability to filter issues affecting them, difficulty paying attention, a decreased ability to solve problems and the complete or partial loss of executive thinking skills.

Some of these issues may resolve over time, and others may require ongoing therapy and rehabilitation.

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