The effect of brain injury terminology on university athletes' expected outcome from injury, familiarity and actual symptom report.

@article{Weber2010TheEO,
  title={The effect of brain injury terminology on university athletes' expected outcome from injury, familiarity and actual symptom report.},
  author={Mareen Weber and Martin Gareth Edwards},
  journal={Brain injury},
  year={2010},
  volume={24 11},
  pages={1364-71}
}
PRIMARY OBJECTIVE To determine the influence of the terms concussion, mild traumatic brain injury and minor head injury on expected injury outcome, term-related familiarity and actual symptom reporting. RESEARCH DESIGN A questionnaire varied the terms concussion, mild traumatic brain injury and minor head injury. METHODS AND PROCEDURES Two hundred and twenty-four university students were allocated one questionnaire version. Participants rated injury outcome statements for their truthfulness… CONTINUE READING

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