- Computerized neurocognitive testing in the management of sport-related concussion: an updateJacob E Resch
Brain Injury Laboratory, Department of Kinesiology, The University of Texas at Arlington, Box 19259, 113 Maverick Activities Center, Arlington, TX, 76019 0259, USA
Neuropsychol Rev 23:335-49. 2013..Summaries are provided regarding the available evidence of reliability and validity for the most commonly used computerized neurocognitive tests in sports settings...
- ImPact test-retest reliability: reliably unreliable?Jacob Resch
University of Texas at Arlington, Box 19259, 113 Maverick Activities Center, Arlington, TX 76102, USA
J Athl Train 48:506-11. 2013..Even though computerized testing is widespread, psychometric evidence for test-retest reliability is somewhat limited. Additional evidence for test-retest reliability is needed to optimize clinical decision making after concussion...
- Balance performance with a cognitive task: a continuation of the dual-task testing paradigmJacob E Resch
St Mary s Athletic Training Research and Education Laboratory, Athens, GA, USA
J Athl Train 46:170-5. 2011..To ensure that concussed athletes return to play safely, we need better methods of measuring concussion severity and monitoring concussion resolution...
- Preliminary evidence of equivalence of alternate forms of the ImPACTJacob E Resch
a Brain Injury Laboratory, Department of Kinesiology, University of Texas Arlington, TX, USA
Clin Neuropsychol 27:1265-80. 2013..Clinicians using the ImPACT should consider non-equivalence of some forms on certain Composites when interpreting ImPACT following sports concussion. ..