Concussion in Sport : Psychological Perspectives
A Review of Psychological Issues That May Be Associated With a Sport-Related Concussion in Youth and Collegiate Athletes
Parents’ Intentions to Allow Youth Football Participation : Perceived Concussion Risk and the Theory of Planned Behavior
Exploring Sandbagging Behaviors, Effort, and Perceived Utility of the ImPACT Baseline Assessment in College Athletes
The Association Between Personality Traits and Sport-Related Concussion History in Collegiate Student-Athletes
Psychosocial Correlates of Young Athletes’ Self-Reported Concussion Symptoms During the Course of Recovery
Comparison of Psychological Response Between Concussion and Musculoskeletal Injury in Collegiate Athletes
Exploring the Unique Challenges Faced by Female University Athletes Experiencing Prolonged Concussion Symptoms
Anxiety and Mood Clinical Profile Following Sport-Related Concussion : From Risk Factors to Treatment