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Theresa L. Miyashita and Paul A. Ullucci

Although research investigating concussion injuries is quite widespread, examination into the cumulative effect of subconcussive impacts is still in its infancy. A subconcussion is defined as a “cranial impact that does not result in known or diagnosed concussion on clinical grounds.” 1 Although

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Kelly Cheever, Jeffrey T. Howard and Keisuke Kawata

. Power Analysis A power analysis based on expected change of 2° in each movement direction for CJPE and previous sample sizes in subconcussion literature revealed that a total of 40 participants would be needed or 10 in each of the 4 groups. 15 , 23 , 39 Statistical Analysis An analysis of variance was

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Lydia R. Vollavanh, Kathleen M. O’Day, Elizabeth M. Koehling, James M. May, Katherine M. Breedlove, Evan L. Breedlove, Eric A. Nauman, Debbie A. Bradney, J. Eric Goff and Thomas G. Bowman

, Nauman E , Talavage T . Role of subconcussion in repetitive mild traumatic brain injury: a review . J Neurosurg . 2013 ; 119 ( 5 ): 1235 – 1245 . PubMed ID: 23971952 doi:10.3171/2013.7.JNS121822 10.3171/2013.7.JNS121822 23971952 11. Dick RW , Romani WA , Agel J , Case JG , Marshall

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Daniella M. DiGuglielmo, Mireille E. Kelley, Mark A. Espeland, Zachary A. Gregory, Tanner D. Payne, Derek A. Jones, Tanner M. Filben, Alexander K. Powers, Joel D. Stitzel and Jillian E. Urban

encephalopathy . Brain Pathol . 2015 ; 25 ( 3 ): 304 – 317 . PubMed ID: 25904046 doi: 10.1111/bpa.12250 25904046 9. Bailes JE , Petraglia AL , Omalu BI , Nauma E , Talavage T . Role of subconcussion in repetitive mild traumatic brain injury . J Neurosurg . 2013 ; 119 ( 5 ): 1235 – 1245