Departments| Volume 100, ISSUE 7, P1379, July 2019

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        Research Poster 657165 in the November 2018 issue (Volume 99, Issue 11, Page e178) 2018 4th Federal Interagency Conference on Traumatic Brain Injury Abstracts contains an incorrect author list. (To view the full issue, please visit the Archives journal website at The corrected author list appears below.
        Evelyn Sikora, Lisa H. Lu, Matthew W. Reid, Jan E. Kennedy

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        • Social Relations and PTSD Symptoms Influence mTBI Symptom Reporting in a Military Sample
          Archives of Physical Medicine and RehabilitationVol. 99Issue 11
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            The purpose of this study was to identify if social relations act as a protective variable for self-reported PTSD and mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) symptoms. Given the polytraumatic nature of military deployments, research has focused on symptom endorsement and treatment of PTSD and mTBI. Limited research has focused on the role of social relationships in service members (SMs) with concurrent PTSD and mTBI symptoms.
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