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Barr, William B; McCrea, Michael; Randolph, Christopher
"Neuropsychology of sports-related injuries"
IN: Textbook of clinical neuropsychology / Morgan, Joel E
New York, NY, US: Psychology Press, 2008
p.660-678

(from the chapter) This chapter will provide an overview of the use of neuropsychological methods in sports, emphasizing an evidence-based approach to assessing and managing symptoms of concussion. We will begin with a neurological introduction to sports concussion and continue with a review of the methods and results obtained in neuropsychological studies. The chapter will conclude with case examples and a discussion of the implications of sports findings to the topic of mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI) in general. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2008 APA, all rights reserved)

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