The Role of Concussion History and Gender in Recovery from Soccer-Related Concussion

@article{Colvin2009TheRO,
  title={The Role of Concussion History and Gender in Recovery from Soccer-Related Concussion},
  author={Alexis Chiang Colvin and Jimmy Mullen and M. Lovell and Robin Vereeke West and M. Collins and M. Groh},
  journal={The American Journal of Sports Medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={37},
  pages={1699 - 1704}
}
Background This study was designed to investigate differences in recovery in male and female soccer athletes. Hypotheses Soccer players with a history of concussion will perform worse on neurocognitive testing than players without a history of concussion. Furthermore, female athletes will demonstrate poorer performance on neurocognitive testing than male athletes. Study Design Cohort study (prognosis): Level of evidence, 2. Methods Computer-based neuropsychological testing using reaction time… Expand
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