Cognitive decline and aging: the role of concussive and subconcussive impacts.

Abstract

Concussion has been viewed historically as a transient injury with no evidence supporting the existence of persistent effects. However, our recent work demonstrates electroencephalographic and motor control changes in otherwise healthy individuals with a history of concussion. We therefore hypothesize that concussive and subconcussive head impacts set about a cascade of pathological events that accelerates declines in cognitive function typically associated with the aging process.

DOI: 10.1097/JES.0b013e3182524273
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@article{Broglio2012CognitiveDA, title={Cognitive decline and aging: the role of concussive and subconcussive impacts.}, author={Steven P. Broglio and James Travis Eckner and Henry L. Paulson and Jeffery S Kutcher}, journal={Exercise and sport sciences reviews}, year={2012}, volume={40 3}, pages={138-44} }