Development and psychometric evaluation of the Birmingham Relationship Continuity Measure for acquired brain injury - Yasmin N, Keeble HS, Riley GA.

OBJECTIVE Relationship continuity/discontinuity refers to whether a spouse/partner experiences their current relationship with someone with an acquired brain injury (ABI) as a continuation of their loving pre-injury relationship or as radically changed. Th...
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