Traumatic brain injury (TBI) often causes damage to the frontal and temporal lobes and it is not uncommon for this to involve diffuse axonal lesions. TBI is often accompanied by a loss of consciousness and a period of confusion. Neurological sequelae can be more or less serious, but long-term cognitive changes are often observed, including attentional deficits, memory loss, and treatment speed. That being said, TBI remains an injury whose nature and extent is difficult to establish precisely, given the heterogeneity of cases. Also, there are only a very few studies that can be used to determine the temporal estimation capabilities of TBI patients and the main results will be listed here (see Mioni, Grondin, & Stablum, 2014). 1