Sports Neuropsychology With Diverse Athlete Populations: Contemporary Findings and Special Considerations

in Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology
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  • 1 Florida Hospital for Children
  • | 2 Florida Institute of Technology
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This paper aims to familiarize readers with the contemporary scientific literature available on sports concussion as it relates to populations divergent from adult males who play football and hockey. Herein, we focus on important issues such as age, gender, culture, language, sport type, and premorbid conditions (such as learning disabilities [LD] and attention deficit/hyperactive disorder [ADHD]) that can influence concussion incidence, severity, and recovery.

Christine Salinas is with the Walt Disney Pavilion at Florida Hospital for Children and the Epilepsy Center for Kids. Frank M. Webbe is with Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, FL.

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