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Bradley Donohue, Marina Galante, Julia Maietta, Bern Lee, Nina Paul, Joanne E. Perry, Arianna Corey, and Daniel N. Allen

, including widespread implementation of screening measures to facilitate the identification of mental health conditions ( NCAA Sport Science and the NCAA, 2016 ). Screening for mental health conditions is a worthwhile prevention strategy, as early identification and treatment can reduce severity and duration

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Linda Pannekoek, Daniela Rigoli, Jan P. Piek, Nicholas C. Barrett, and Marina Schoemaker

The parent-rated Developmental Coordination Disorder Questionnaire (DCDQ) has been revised to incorporate a wider age range, including adolescence. In this exploratory study, internal consistency and validity of the DCDQ-2007 was assessed using a community-based sample of 87 adolescents. Psychometric properties of the DCDQ-2007 were investigated and concurrent validity, sensitivity, and specificity were assessed with the MABC-2 as a criterion standard. The results demonstrated high internal consistency for the DCDQ-2007 and a relationship with the MABC-2 was found. The DCDQ-2007 met the recommended standard for sensitivity, although the confidence interval was large; however, it failed to meet the recommended standard for specificity. This has important implications concerning the suitability of the DCDQ-2007. Although promising psychometric properties were found within the current study, the applicability of the DCDQ-2007 as a screening measure for motor difficulties requires careful consideration.

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Taylor B. Chandler, Matthew J. Rivera, Elizabeth R. Neil, and Lindsey E. Eberman

taken for intervention and referral of BH conditions. 7 Both the National Collegiate Athletic Association and the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) recommend BH screening during preparticipation physical examinations. 8 , 9 There are many screening tools available for use in screening for

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Elena M. D’Argenio, Timothy G. Eckard, Barnett S. Frank, William E. Prentice, and Darin A. Padua

risk factors. Our findings suggest that research examining the association between these risk factors and ACL injury risk should take repeated measurements of these variables. Doing so may improve the strength of association and/or prognostic accuracy of screening tools used to identify groups or

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Ahmed S. Alhowimel, Aqeel M. Alenazi, Mohammed M. Alshehri, Bader A. Alqahtani, Abdulaziz Aljaman, Hosam Alzahrani, Faris Alodaibi, and Simon M. Rice

(SMHAT-1). The SMHAT-1 includes validated screening instruments that aim to identify and facilitate the early diagnosis of mental health disorders among athletes. 14 The Athletic Psychological Strain Questionnaire (APSQ) is one of the screening instruments included in the SMHAT-1. The APSQ was developed

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Maggi M. Calo, Thomas Anania, Joseph D. Bello, Valerie A. Cohen, Siobhan C. Stack, Meredith D. Wells, Barbara C. Belyea, Deborah L. King, and Jennifer M. Medina McKeon

a screening tool to be used successfully to identify athletes at risk of LE injury, the tool must be reliable and simple to use by clinicians. Three-dimensional (3D) video analysis has long been considered the gold standard for analyzing the kinematics of an individual’s movement, with good to

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Larry R. Munger, Jean-Michel Brismée, Phillip S. Sizer, and C. Roger James

The reduction of sports-related injuries relies largely on the ability to screen, and thus modify through targeted training, potential risk factors that are amenable to modification. 1 – 3 Reasonable success has been demonstrated in reducing injury risk through the screening and training of people

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Margot A. Rogers, Michael K. Drew, Renee Appaneal, Greg Lovell, Bronwen Lundy, David Hughes, Nicole Vlahovich, Gordon Waddington, and Louise M. Burke

a variety of sports, with sport-specific risk factors contributing to its development and outcomes, the questionnaire has not been validated in a wider population of athletes. Despite this, the LEAF-Q has been used in research and as a servicing screening tool in a range of endurance and

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Charlie Bowen, Kristian Weaver, Nicola Relph, and Matt Greig

strategies. Screening measures have been developed in order to monitor performance, highlight injury risk, and provide baseline measures, 6 , 7 but there is limited published research in elite adolescent soccer players. 6 , 7 There is also considerable diversity in the screening protocols used 8 , 9 and

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Ty B. Bigelow, Meredith E. Joyce, and Ashley L. Santo

testing is a recommended component of concussion evaluation. 1 Vestibular and ocular symptoms are present in 45% 2 –77% 3 of sport-related concussions, and vestibular and ocular impairments have been detected in 70% of sport-related concussions using screening instruments. 4 As the importance of