Development and validation of a web-based neuropsychological test protocol for sports-related return-to-play decision-making

  • D. E
  • D. F
  • K. K
  • et al.
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Abstract

The Concussion Resolution Index (CRI) is an online assessment tool designed to track resolution of symptoms following sports-related concussion. The CRI is composed of six subtests measuring reaction time, visual recognition, and speed of information processing. Three factors are derived from the subtests: Simple Reaction Time (SRT), Complex Reaction Time (CRT), and Processing Speed (PS). Multiple alternate forms within subtests afford simple, reliable, assessment of change, relative to a baseline test completed by an athlete. The test also assesses self-reported neurophysiological symptoms at the time of injury and tracks resolution of these symptoms. The data demonstrate the CRI is a valid and reliable measure of cognitive performance in a relatively heterogeneous group of athletes aged 13-35. Two methods of statistical analysis for assessing change from baseline were compared to establish a psychometric basis for return-to-play decision-making: the Reliable Change Index (RCI) and multiple regression. Multiple regression was more accurate than the RCI in determining a decline in performance relative to the baseline. 2002 National Academy of Neuropsychology. Published by Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved.

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D., E., D., F., K., K., T., K., H., K., J., F., … D., B. (2003). Development and validation of a web-based neuropsychological test protocol for sports-related return-to-play decision-making. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology. D. Erlanger, HeadMinder Inc., 3 East 65th Street, New York, NY 10021, United States. E-mail: david@headminder.com: Elsevier Ltd. Retrieved from http://ovidsp.ovid.com/ovidweb.cgi?T=JS&PAGE=reference&D=emed6&NEWS=N&AN=2003134162

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