Use of Multiple Assessments Improves Discrimination Between Adolescents with Concussion From Uninjured Peers

      Concussion represents the least severe form of traumatic brain injury, making diagnosis of injury difficult. We hypothesized that, in comparison to individual administration, combined administration of three behavioral measures would best differentiate adolescents with concussion from uninjured peers. We used discriminant analyses to test this hypothesis.
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