Acute motor, neurocognitive and neurophysiological change following concussion injury in Australian amateur football. A prospective multimodal investigation.

@article{Pearce2015AcuteMN,
  title={Acute motor, neurocognitive and neurophysiological change following concussion injury in Australian amateur football. A prospective multimodal investigation.},
  author={Alan J Pearce and Kate E. Hoy and Mark A. Rogers and Daniel T. Corp and Charlotte B. Davies and Jerome J. Maller and Paul B. Fitzgerald},
  journal={Journal of science and medicine in sport},
  year={2015},
  volume={18 5},
  pages={500-6}
}
OBJECTIVES This multimodal study investigated the motor, neurocognitive and neurophysiological responses following a sports related concussion injury in the acute-phase (up to 10 days) in sub-elite Australian football players. DESIGN Between-group, repeated measures. METHODS Over the course of one season (six months), 43 male players from one football… CONTINUE READING