computerized neuropsychological testing

Long-term cognitive outcomes in male and female athletes following sport-related concussions

Authors: Veronik Sicard, Robert Davis Moore, Dave Ellemberg

Journal: International Journal of Psychophysiology

Year Published: 2018

Despite concussion being a serious public health concern and the increasing participation of female athletes in sport, the comparative long-term outcomes of male and female athletes are poorly understood, potentially limiting the scientific understanding and clinical […]

Immediate neuropsychological and behavioral benefits of computerized cognitive rehabilitation in Ugandan pediatric cerebral malaria survivors

Authors: Paul Bangirana, Bruno Giordani, Chandy C John, Connie Page, Robert O Opoka, Michael J Boivin

Journal: Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics

Year Published: 2009

Objective: Our earlier studies on Ugandan children surviving cerebral malaria showed cognitive deficits mainly in attention and memory. We now present the first study in sub-Saharan Africa to investigate the feasibility and potential benefits of computerized […]

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