Main Outcome Measures
List of abbreviations:ABI (acquired brain injury), CALS (Cognitive and Linguistic Scale), DOC (disorder of consciousness), PCM (Partial Credit Model), TBI (traumatic brain injury)
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A.S. receives funding from the National Institutes of Health (grant no. 5T32HD007414-27), which supported her time in preparing this article. S.S., H.C., and M.S. were supported by the National Institutes of Health (grant no. 5R01HD090266-03).