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A Brief Vestibular/Ocular Motor Screening (VOMS) Assessment to Evaluate Concussions
- Anne Mucha, M. Collins, A. Kontos
- Medicine, PsychologyThe American journal of sports medicine
- 8 August 2014
Preliminary support is provided for the utility of the VOMS as a brief vestibular/ocular motor screen after sport-related concussions and may serve as a single component of a comprehensive approach to the assessment of concussions.
Measurement of Symptoms Following Sports-Related Concussion: Reliability and Normative Data for the Post-Concussion Scale
Normative and psychometric data are presented for large samples of young men and young women seen within 5 days of injury and general guidelines for the clinical use of the Post-Concussion Scale are provided.
Relationship between concussion and neuropsychological performance in college football players.
It is suggested that neuropsychological assessment is a useful indicator of cognitive functioning in athletes and that both history of multiple concussions and learning disability are associated with reduced cognitive performance.
Neuropsychological Assessment of the College Football Player
A model of neuropsychological assessment that is currently being utilized in the National Football League is presented and test-retest data from a sample presented to provide the basis for comparison of athletes who have suffered a concussion.
Interpreting Change on ImPACT Following Sport Concussion
Examining the psychometric characteristics of Version 2.0 of ImPACT found stability of the test scores and the calculation of reliable change confidence intervals for the test-retest difference scores allowed more precise determinations of deterioration, improvement, and recovery in the initial days following concussion.
Does age play a role in recovery from sports-related concussion? A comparison of high school and collegiate athletes.
Preliminary data may suggest a more protracted recovery from concussion in high school athletes, and self-report of postconcussion symptoms by student athletes was not predictive of poor performance on neuropsychologic testing.
Sensitivity and specificity of the ImPACT Test Battery for concussion in athletes.
Cumulative effects of concussion in amateur athletes
This study provides preliminary evidence to suggest that athletes with multiple concussions might have cumulative effects of injury, with differences between groups in symptom reporting and memory performance.
The Role of Concussion History and Gender in Recovery from Soccer-Related Concussion
- Alexis Chiang Colvin, Jimmy Mullen, M. Lovell, Robin Vereeke West, M. Collins, M. Groh
- MedicineThe American journal of sports medicine
- 1 September 2009
A history of concussion and gender may account for significant differences in postconcussive neurocognitive test scores in soccer players and may play a role in determining recovery.
Recovery from mild concussion in high school athletes.
The results of this study suggest that caution should be exercised in returning high school athletes to the playing field following concussion and on-field mental status changes appear to have prognostic utility and should be taken into account when making return-to-play decisions following concussion.