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Neuropsychological functioning and recovery after mild head injury in collegiate athletes.
OBJECTIVE This study prospectively examined neuropsychological functioning in 2300 collegiate football players from 10 National Collegiate Athletic Association Division A universities. The study wasExpand
Advances in sport concussion assessment: from behavioral to brain imaging measures.
Given that the incidence of sports-related concussion is considered to have reached epidemic proportions, in the past 15 years we have witnessed an explosion of research in this field. The purpose ofExpand
Test-retest reliability of computerized concussion assessment programs.
CONTEXT Computer-based neurocognitive assessment programs commonly are used to assist in concussion diagnosis and management. These tests have been adopted readily by many clinicians based onExpand
OBJECTIVESports medicine clinicians commonly use multiple tests when evaluating patients with concussion. The specific tests vary but often include symptom inventories, posturography, andExpand
Spinal cord injury and co-occurring traumatic brain injury: assessment and incidence.
OBJECTIVES To examine prospectively the incidence and severity of co-occurring traumatic brain injury (TBI) in persons with traumatic spinal cord injury (SCI) and to describe a TBI assessment processExpand
Postconcussive symptoms after uncomplicated mild head injury
Postconcussive symptomatology was studied in 587 patients with uncomplicated mild head injury. There was a linear decrease in symptomatology over the 1-year follow-up period. Headache was the mostExpand
Advances in neuropsychological assessment of sport-related concussion
Objective To critically review the literature from the past 12 years regarding the following key issues in sports-related neuropsychological assessment: (1) the advantages and disadvantages ofExpand
ImPact test-retest reliability: reliably unreliable?
CONTEXT Computerized neuropsychological testing is commonly used in the assessment and management of sport-related concussion. Even though computerized testing is widespread, psychometric evidenceExpand
Neuropsychological sequelae of minor head injury.
Seventy-one patients with minor head injury were given extensive neuropsychological evaluations 3 months after injury. A significant percentage of the patients demonstrated cognitive impairment,Expand