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James R. Chagdes, Joshua J. Liddy, Amanda J. Arnold, Laura J. Claxton and Jeffrey M. Haddad

. Experimental Brain Research, 197 ( 3 ), 297 – 310 . PubMed ID: 19578840 doi:10.1007/s00221-009-1915-1 10.1007/s00221-009-1915-1 Chang , J.O. , Levy , S.S. , Seay , S.W. , & Goble , D.J. ( 2014 ). An alternative to the balance error scoring system: Using a low-cost balance board to improve the

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attentional focus, EF) factors on a clinical-applied test of balance control was examined with healthy participants. We used the Balance Error Scoring System (BESS) and center-of-pressure (COP) velocity measurements of postural sway. Given the motor performance benefits of optimized conditions, as predicted

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Tracey Covassin, Kyle M. Petit and Morgan Anderson

Balance Error Scoring System (BESS; Guskiewicz, Ross, & Marshall, 2001 ) is a common cost-effective measure of postural stability. Although the BESS is useful immediately after SRC, the recent consensus statement on concussion in sport cautions clinicians from using the BESS more than 5 days post

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Michael Gay and Semyon Slobounov

observations then provide a trajectory to recovery of function that can be measured serially over time. Research in posture and gait control reveal the impact of concussion on motor control. The clinical features of poor motor control and balance are routinely assessed using the Balance Error Scoring System