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Individual and combined effects of LD and ADHD on computerized neurocognitive concussion test performance: evidence for separate norms.
Results revealed athletes with a self-reported diagnosis of LD, ADHD, and/or combined LD/ADHD demonstrated lower performance on baseline CNT and reported larger numbers of symptoms than did control athletes without these diagnoses. Expand
Neuropsychological assessment of sport-related concussion.
Despite its documented value, neuropsychological assessment should be one of several tools used as part of the concussion assessment/management process. Expand
The Effect of Preinjury Sleep Difficulties on Neurocognitive Impairment and Symptoms After Sport-Related Concussion
Preinjury sleep difficulties may exacerbate neurocognitive impairment and symptoms after concussion, and the findings may help clinicians identify athletes who are at risk for worse impairments after a concussion due to preinjurySleep difficulties. Expand
The Headache Electronic Diary for Children With Concussion
The new Headache Electronic Diary for Children With Concussion (HED-CC) provides for thorough assessment and documentation of postconcussion headache and will improve clinicians’ understanding of post Concussion headache and guide treatment. Expand
The influence of sleep duration and sleep-related symptoms on baseline neurocognitive performance among male and female high school athletes.
Examining the combination of sleep-related symptoms and reduced sleep duration effectively identified adolescents at risk for poor neurocognitive performance than sleep duration alone. Expand
Concussion and Neuropsychological Testing (literature Search) – Dr the Influence of Musculoskeletal Injury on Cognition: Implications for Concussion Research Sensitivity and Specificity of Subacute
Background: Safe return‐to‐play decisions after concussion can be challenging for sports medicine specialists. Neuropsychological testing is recommended to objectively measure concussion‐relatedExpand
Sport-Related Concussion The Effect of Preinjury Sleep Difficulties on Neurocognitive Impairment and Symptoms After-Mar 31
http://ajs.sagepub.com/content/early/2015/02/02/0363546514566193 The online version of this article can be found at: DOI: 10.1177/0363546514566193 published online February 3, 2015 Am J Sports MedExpand