Denver, CO, January 14, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- LegalView, the most comprehensive legal resource available on the Internet, recently informed traumatic brain injury information blog
readers of a study that found individuals who suffer from brain damage are more likely to have increased feelings of spirituality due to damage or injury of the right parietal lobe, which is the cerebral area within the brain that determines an individuals place in time and space, both emotionally and physically.
The research took place at the University of Missouri-Columbia and followed 26 individuals who were considered to have modest TBI, but were able to function within society as "walking wounded," according to the blog. The study found that those who suffered from right parietal lobe damage experienced more feelings of being lost or spaced out, which was the equivalent of measuring higher on the standard measure of spirituality test, according to blog reports on the research. This is also known as contralateral neglect, according to research from Rutgers University, also known as The State University of New Jersey. Contralateral Neglect Syndrome can cause brain injury victims to obtain "information from the contralateral side, but patients may not have a conscious awareness" of this side thus leading to feelings of dislocation from the world.
Individuals who have suffered from a traumatic brain injury are encouraged to locate an experienced neurologists who can adequately assess and diagnosis a brain injury condition. It may also be necessary to contact a personal injury law firm that can connect a brain injury victim with a specialized brain injury lawyer. By connecting with a brain injury attorney, a victim will likely receive a free legal consultation as to the development of litigation involving their case. A brain injury lawsuit may result in monetary compensation for a victim and can assist in paying for costly procedures and treatment options.
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