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Paper and Pencil Neuropsychological Testing for Concussions: Valuable But Come with Limitations
Pencil and paper neuropsychological tests have proven useful for identifying cognitive deficits resulting from concussions, and have been available to sports medicine clinicians for years but have a number of limitations.
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Computerized Neurocognitive Testing: Important Role in Concussion Evaluation, Return To Play Decision
Computerized neuropsycognitive testing for concussions has become increasingly popular in recent years and have been shown to have value in making the all-important return to play decision.
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Does the media spend too much time reporting bad news about concussions and too little reporting about concussion solutions?:
Yes - the media should report more about steps that can and are being taken to make contact and collision sports safer
No - the balance is about right
No - the media focus should continue to be on reporting the dangers of concussions
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