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What kinds of behavioral problems does acquired brain injury (ABI) cause?

Acquired brain injury (ABI) can cause behavioral problems such as being really irritable, getting angry easily and having temper outbursts. People with ABI might also do things they shouldn't or wouldn't normally do. Sometimes ABI can make people lose interest in things, so they might sit around a lot.

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