Prospective exploration of the Woodcock-Johnson as a measure of neurocognitive-linguistic functioning in a cohort of collegiate athletes at high risk for sport-related concussion, A
Signs and symptoms of sport-related concussion can include cognitive dysfunction and are frequently treated by speech-language pathologist (SLPs). SLPs provide most cognitive rehabilitation in the United States, but report marked challenges in concussion assessment, lacking an adequate evidence-base for measurement tools. Speech-pathologists and researchers use the Woodcock-Johnson (WJ) to assess neurocognitive and linguistic function in concussion, though there is no literature using WJ pre- and post-concussion. This dissertation had the following aims: 1) Establish WJIII/WJIV normative samples ...
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