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The Effect of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury on Reaction Time, Dual-tasking Reaction Time and Heart Rate Variability in Driving Simulation
The present study was performed to address some gaps in current literature related to dual tasking, reaction time, and heart rate variability (HRV) in concussed individuals during driving simulation, and to determine the ...
The effects of moderate exercise on cognitive, cervical, and vestibulo-ocular functioning in healthy individuals: a pilot study
While cognitive and physical rest have long been the protocol that most physicians have recommended for concussions, there has been an increase in interest with regards to the prescription of low intensity symptom-limited ...
Measuring S100B in concussed athletes following a maximal aerobic fitness test
An objective biological test to measure concussion may provide further insight into a player's decision to return-to-play. Protein S100B is a calcium-binding protein that has been studied as a sensitive biomarker of central ...