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A Preliminary Examination of Concussion Knowledge by Collegiate Athletes and Non-Athletes.

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Summary of "A Preliminary Examination of Concussion Knowledge by Collegiate Athletes and Non-Athletes."

Concussions affect various populations, including collegiate athletes and non-athletes. The purpose of this study was to compare collegiate varsity athletes, recreational athletes, and non-athletes' knowledge of concussion definition, symptoms, and support services available following injury. Preferred method of concussion education delivery was also examined.

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Name: American journal of speech-language pathology
ISSN: 1558-9110
Pages: 1-18

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