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Published in Eye Care

Journal Scan / Research · May 11, 2021

Intentional Poor Performance on Concussion Sideline Assessments Can Be Detected by Eye Movement Measurement

Brain Injury: [BI]

 

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Brain Injury: [BI]
How Sandbag-able Are Concussion Sideline Assessments? A Close Look at Eye Movements to Uncover Strategies
Brain Inj 2021 Mar 21;35(4)426-435, JR Rizzo, TE Hudson, J Martone, W Dai, O Ihionu, Y Chaudhry, I Selesnick, LJ Balcer, SL Galetta, JC Rucker

From MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

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