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Brain cancer fact sheet: Inappropriate social or sexual behaviour.
Brain cancer fact sheet: Inappropriate social or sexual behaviour.
Inappropriate social behaviour is acting or talking in an awkward, embarrassing or socially unacceptable way. Generally this behaviour was not present before the brain tumour or if it was, it has w...
/how-we-help/reports-and-publications/inappropriate-social-behaviour-inappropriate-sexua 8 June 2016
Brain cancer fact sheet: Anger and trouble with your temper
Brain cancer fact sheet: Anger and trouble with your temper
For people living with a brain tumour, outbursts of anger or a general level of irritability can result from injury to parts of the brain that control our impulses.
/how-we-help/reports-and-publications/anger-are-you-having-trouble-with-your-temper 8 June 2016
Brain cancer fact sheet: Communication
Brain cancer fact sheet: Communication
Communication needs a number of skills that involve different areas of the brain. The location of the tumour in the brain will affect the sorts of communication difficulties a person may experience.
/how-we-help/reports-and-publications/communication-cant-find-the-word-or-talk-too-muc 8 June 2016
Brain cancer fact sheet: Apathy/Lack of motivation
Brain cancer fact sheet: Apathy/Lack of motivation
For people living with a brain tumour apathy is a lack of interest or concern, most often in relation to matters of general importance or appeal.
/how-we-help/reports-and-publications/apathy-lack-of-motivation-cant-seem-to-get-yours 8 June 2016
Brain cancer fact sheet: Being Self-Centred
Brain cancer fact sheet: Being Self-Centred
Egocentricity is the characteristic of regarding oneself and one’s own opinions or interests as the most important.
/how-we-help/reports-and-publications/being-self-centred-egocentricity-do-you-only-th 8 June 2016
Brain cancer fact sheet: High Level Thinking or Executive Impairments – Can’t seem to think straight
Brain cancer fact sheet: High Level Thinking or Executive Impairments – Can’t seem to think straight
Executive impairments are problems with higher level thinking tasks such as planning, organisation, problem solving, setting priorities, and responding to unexpected situations.
/how-we-help/reports-and-publications/high-level-thinking-or-executive-impairments-cant 8 June 2016
Has the incidence of brain cancer risen in Australia since the introduction of mobile phones 29 year
Has the incidence of brain cancer risen in Australia since the introduction of mobile phones 29 year
Increases in brain cancer incidence are unlikely to be related to mobile phone use, but rather likely related to the advent of improved diagnostic procedures.
/how-we-help/reports-and-publications/has-the-incidence-of-brain-cancer-risen-in-austral 1 December 2016
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