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Christopher P. Tomczyk, George Shaver, and Tamerah N. Hunt

. College athletes who present with anxiety at baseline may be susceptible to decreased performance on neurocognitive assessments, specifically in the domain of reaction time (simple and complex). 5 – 7 Only Bailey et al 5 specifically looked at the concussion baseline assessment, but Williams and

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Zachary C. Merz, Joanne E. Perry, and Michael J. Ross

surrounding the neurocognitive assessment of concussion stems from serving as a neuropsychological intern during a master’s program in which I assisted with conducting comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations on retired National Football League (NFL) players referred to our service due to cognitive

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Megan Elizabeth Evelyn Mormile, Jody L. Langdon, and Tamerah Nicole Hunt

-approved informed consent and assent forms prior to the start of the study. All research was approved by the institutions’ IRB. Main Outcome Measures ImPACT is an internet-based neurocognitive assessment battery. 22 , 28 , 29 The assessment is comprised of 6 tests that measure 3 speed indices: simple reaction time

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Courtney DeFeo, Nicholas Heebner, Carrie Baker, Matthew Hoch, and Nathan Morelli

, neurocognitive assessment, and postural control assessment. 10 One of the most commonly utilized postural control assessments in athletes following concussion is the modified Balance Error Scoring System (mBESS), a component of the Sport Concussion Assessment Tool, fifth edition. 11 The mBESS was created for

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Dennis W. Klima, Ethan Hood, Meredith Madden, Rachel Bell, Teresa Dawson, Catherine McGill, and Michael Patterson

-up, and comparisons between concussed and nonconcussed athletes ( Caccese et al., 2020 ). These tests have been used to establish preseason reference points, as well as to initiate interventions when deficient scores are observed. Concussion examination approaches include neurocognitive assessment

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Anna Meijer, Marsh Königs, Irene M.J. van der Fels, Chris Visscher, Roel J. Bosker, Esther Hartman, and Jaap Oosterlaan

were excluded if they had an estimated IQ < 70 ( n  = 10). Participating children were excluded from further analyses if they did not attend the neurocognitive assessment during the baseline measurement ( n  = 17) or posttest ( n  = 8). The flow diagram in Figure  1 shows the total number of children

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J.D. DeFreese, Michael J. Baum, Julianne D. Schmidt, Benjamin M. Goerger, Nikki Barczak, Kevin M. Guskiewicz, and Jason P. Mihalik

, life stressors) were collected at a single laboratory session. Neurocognitive testing was completed using the CNS Vital Signs (CNS Vital Signs, Chapel Hill, NC). It is a computerized neurocognitive assessment using 8 reliable neurocognitive tests to generate 11 cognitive domain scores. The CNS Vital

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Tracey Covassin, Kyle M. Petit, and Morgan Anderson

using validated age-appropriate neurocognitive assessments. Previous research has also examined sex differences with regard to neurocognitive impairments after SRC. Overall, the literature is inconsistent on whether there are sex differences in youth athletes under the age of 13 years. This could be due

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Theodore C. Hannah, Oranicha Jumreornvong, Naoum F. Marayati, Zachary Spiera, Muhammad Ali, Adam Y. Li, John R. Durbin, Nick Dreher, Alex Gometz, Mark Lovell, and Tanvir Choudhri

perform better on verbal memory and perceptual motor speed ( 5 , 10 , 21 ). With the emergence of various neurocognitive assessments to evaluate sports-related concussion coupled with consistent increases in female participation in sports, understanding how gender affects neurocognitive function has

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Matt Ventresca and Samantha King

controversial race-norming techniques that it made it harder for Black players to score low enough on neurocognitive assessments to qualify for settlement payments ( Ventresca & Henne, 2020 ). In response to escalating backlash and public pressure, the NFL stopped making race-based adjustments in determining