Poster or Presentation Title

The Effect of Environment and Fatigue Levels on BrainFx SCREEN Scores.

Presenter Information

Juliana MannFollow

Location

Hall Memorial Ballroom

Access Type

Campus Access Only

Presentation Type

Poster Presentation

Start Date

4-4-2018 12:00 PM

Department

Athletic Training

Abstract

The effect of environment and fatigue levels on BrainFx SCREEN scores.

Abstract

Context: Computerized neurocognitive assessments have historically been viewed as the cornerstone of the concussion-assessment process. The BrainFx SCREEN assessment is a computerized assessment designed to evaluate signs of brain function impairment.

Objective: To examine the effect that testing environment (control trial vs field trial) and fatigue levels (rested vs fatigue) have on BrainFx SCREEN scores in healthy NCAA Division III club men’s lacrosse and basketball, female’s basketball as well as NCAA Division III men's basketball.

Design: Crossover study

Setting: Athletic Training Clinic and sports venues

Participants:

Interventions: none

Main outcome measures: Working on it… still collecting data

Results: working on it

Conclusions: working on ot

Key word: Concussion, neurocognitive, assessment, athletes.

Faculty Mentor

Debbie Bradney, Tom Bowman

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Apr 4th, 12:00 PM

The Effect of Environment and Fatigue Levels on BrainFx SCREEN Scores.

Hall Memorial Ballroom

The effect of environment and fatigue levels on BrainFx SCREEN scores.

Abstract

Context: Computerized neurocognitive assessments have historically been viewed as the cornerstone of the concussion-assessment process. The BrainFx SCREEN assessment is a computerized assessment designed to evaluate signs of brain function impairment.

Objective: To examine the effect that testing environment (control trial vs field trial) and fatigue levels (rested vs fatigue) have on BrainFx SCREEN scores in healthy NCAA Division III club men’s lacrosse and basketball, female’s basketball as well as NCAA Division III men's basketball.

Design: Crossover study

Setting: Athletic Training Clinic and sports venues

Participants:

Interventions: none

Main outcome measures: Working on it… still collecting data

Results: working on it

Conclusions: working on ot

Key word: Concussion, neurocognitive, assessment, athletes.