His primary areas of study are Concussion, Physical therapy, Neuropsychology, Injury prevention and Athletes. His Concussion study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as CINAHL, Psychiatry, Neuropsychological test and Physical medicine and rehabilitation. He combines subjects such as Head injury, Post-concussion syndrome, Cohort study and Traumatic brain injury with his study of Physical therapy.
Grant L. Iverson interconnects Neurocognitive and Clinical psychology in the investigation of issues within Neuropsychology. His work carried out in the field of Injury prevention brings together such families of science as Occupational safety and health and Suicide prevention. His studies in Athletes integrate themes in fields like Visual memory, Retrograde amnesia, Sports medicine, Prospective cohort study and Sample.
Grant L. Iverson mostly deals with Concussion, Clinical psychology, Traumatic brain injury, Physical therapy and Psychiatry. His studies deal with areas such as Athletes, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder as well as Concussion. His Clinical psychology research includes themes of Mental health and Neuropsychology, Cognition, Cognitive test.
His research in Neuropsychology intersects with topics in Test and Neurocognitive. His research integrates issues of Head injury, Post-concussion syndrome, Emergency department, Internal medicine and Pediatrics in his study of Traumatic brain injury. His Physical therapy research is mostly focused on the topic Rehabilitation.
His primary areas of investigation include Clinical psychology, Concussion, Cognition, Traumatic brain injury and Athletes. His research on Clinical psychology also deals with topics like
His Cognition study incorporates themes from Sport concussion and Audiology. Grant L. Iverson has included themes like Rehabilitation, Psychological intervention, Head injury, Post-concussion syndrome and Computed tomography in his Traumatic brain injury study. His research investigates the link between Injury prevention and topics such as Occupational safety and health that cross with problems in Suicide prevention.
Grant L. Iverson mainly focuses on Clinical psychology, Concussion, Traumatic brain injury, Cognition and Neuropsychology. The various areas that Grant L. Iverson examines in his Clinical psychology study include Neurocognitive, Borderline intellectual functioning, Multivariate statistics and Cognitive impairment. His Concussion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Athletes, Depression and Cohort.
His work deals with themes such as Injury prevention, Occupational safety and health, Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics, which intersect with Athletes. The concepts of his Traumatic brain injury study are interwoven with issues in Rehabilitation, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Psychological intervention and Neurofilament light. His Cognition study combines topics in areas such as Schizophrenia and Schizophrenia spectrum.
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Consensus statement on concussion in sport
Paul McCrory;Willem H. Meeuwisse;Mark Aubry;Bob Cantu.
British Journal of Sports Medicine (2013)
Consensus statement on Concussion in Sport - The 4th International Conference on Concussion in Sport held in Zurich, November 2012
Paul McCrory;Willem Meeuwisse;Mark Aubry;Bob Cantu.
Physical Therapy in Sport (2013)
Consensus statement on concussion in sport—the 5th international conference on concussion in sport held in Berlin, October 2016
Paul McCrory;Willem Meeuwisse;Jiri Dvorak;Mark Aubry.
British Journal of Sports Medicine (2017)
The American College of Rheumatology nomenclature and case definitions for neuropsychiatric lupus syndromes
Matthew H. Liang;Michael Corzillius;Sang Cheol Bae;Robert A. Lew.
Arthritis & Rheumatism (1999)
Diagnostic Criteria for Malingered Neurocognitive Dysfunction: Proposed Standards for Clinical Practice and Research
Daniel J. Slick;Elisabeth M.S. Sherman;Grant L. Iverson.
Clinical Neuropsychologist (1999)
Outcome from mild traumatic brain injury.
Grant L Iverson.
Current Opinion in Psychiatry (2005)
Cumulative effects of concussion in high school athletes.
Michael W. Collins;Mark R. Lovell;Grant L. Iverson;Robert C. Cantu.
Measurement of symptoms following sports-related concussion: reliability and normative data for the post-concussion scale.
Mark R. Lovell;Grant L. Iverson;Michael W. Collins;Kenneth Podell.
Applied Neuropsychology (2006)
Recovery from mild concussion in high school athletes.
Mark R. Lovell;Michael W. Collins;Grant L. Iverson;Melvin Field.
Journal of Neurosurgery (2003)
Cumulative effects of concussion in amateur athletes.
Grant L. Iverson;Michael Gaetz;Mark R. Lovell;Michael W. Collins.
Brain Injury (2004)
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