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Marissa L. Mason, Marissa N. Clemons, Kaylyn B. LaBarre, Nicole R. Szymczak and Nicole J. Chimera

athletes. • Two of the studies 9 , 10 provided a full description of the raters. Dudley et al 9 included 5 raters: a physical therapist with a Doctor of Physical Therapy and 4 years of clinical experience, a certified strength and conditioning coach with 7 years of clinical experience, a certified

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Stephanie M. Mazerolle and Chantel Hunter

, 14 , 15 regarding availability and being physically present to meet job-related demands such as patient care or, in the case of the collegiate coach, recruiting. “Facetime” is an aspect of the college athletics environment that requires the athletic trainer, coach, and other members of the sports

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Natalie Cook and Tamerah N. Hunt

best interest because of their health or they may not want to report because they worry about being removed from the game. Subjective norms are the perceived pressures to either perform or not perform a behavior. 9 An athlete may have influences like a coach or parent who encourages them to report

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.1.48 Research Digest How to Read Your Journals David H. Perrin PhD, ATC 1 1996 1 1 1 1 53 53 54 54 10.1123/att.1.1.53 Book Corner Sports Medicine for Coaches and Athletes SOCCER Sandra Fowkes Godek MS, ATC 1 1996 1 1 1 1 55 55 56 56 10.1123/att.1.1.55

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the Psychological Side of Injury and Illness: Becoming a “Coping Coach” Sue Finkam MS, ATC/L, CEA Kenneth Mitchell PhD 1 2004 9 9 1 1 52 52 54 54 10.1123/att.9.1.52 Disability & Special Needs Athletic Training Students' Perceptions during Special Olympics Competitions G. Monique Butcher PhD, ATC

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Shannon David and Mary Larson

understands me and then represents me to the coaches,” while another patient described advocacy as, “Yeah. One time she was just worried for me because as she said, she said I looked like the walking dead because I was putting class and practice over my health. So she went to talk to our coaches.” In the

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Mayrena I. Hernandez, Kevin M. Biese, Dan A. Schaefer, Eric G. Post, David R. Bell and M. Alison Brooks

specialization also improves their chances to play on a travel, all-star, elite, or high school varsity team. Similar findings highlight that, for children, increased competition and pressure from parents, coaches, and peers at younger ages and lower levels of play, have become more prevalent reasons to

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Aaron Manzanares, Ruperto Menayo and Francisco Segado

coaches who had more than 10 years of experience as coaches (each) and were present during the measurement process. Sixteen eye movement locations were identified and ranked by the level of relevant information they provided, the first location being the most important and the last location being the

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Brittany M. Ingram, Melissa C. Kay, Christina B. Vander Vegt and Johna K. Register-Mihalik

return-to-play guidelines as outlined by the Zurich consensus statement on concussion in sport. 10 As stated in the National Athletic Trainer’s Association’s best practice guidelines, 11 athletic trainers should work to educate coaches and parents about concussions including potential mechanisms of

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Jason Brumitt, Alma Mattocks, Jeremy Loew and Phil Lentz

academic term (late August to November). Due to NCAA rules, D III coaches have approximately 2½ weeks to prepare their athletes prior to the first game. 8 As previously mentioned, the period of time that is associated with the highest rate of injury is during the preseason. 4 This injury rate may be the