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  • measures
  • and the BNA will demonstrate ongoing declines at the return to play and post-season time points, while standard measures will have returned to pre-injury and control athlete levels. (frontiersin.org)
  • Despite decades of research, the concussion diagnosis and return to play decision remain clinical ones supported by objective measures such as neurocognitive testing, postural control, and subjectively reported symptoms ( 1 - 4 ). (frontiersin.org)
  • When return to play is being considered, cognitive and balance measures have been shown to have less than optimal test stability ( 7 - 10 ) that negatively influences their usefulness and the medical staff must rely on the concussed athlete to honestly report symptoms. (frontiersin.org)
  • assessment
  • With additional attention being placed on rapid and accurate concussion diagnostics and return to play decision-making, the addition of a novel neuroelectric assessment does not appear to provide additional clinical benefit at this time. (frontiersin.org)
  • react
  • The game is designed to test how fast you react to an emergency situation and it's simple to play. (recombu.com)
  • Those who drink a lot of booze through the week saw their reactions take a hit, with those who drink between 31 and 40 units taking longer to react than those who drink between 1 and 10. (recombu.com)
  • Sleep levels were also tested, with those who slept between one and three hours as fast to react as those who slept for nine hours. (recombu.com)
  • They gain insights into how our bodies react to stimuli, and how some reactions and body movements are controlled automatically, without conscious thought. (teachengineering.org)
  • With the challenge to program computers to mimic the human reaction after touching a hot object, students program LEGO┬« robots to 'react' and move back quickly once their touch sensors bump into something. (teachengineering.org)
  • JustPark's tests show that regular drivers react 10% faster than non-drivers (excuse #1 for me), people with 8 hours+ sleep were up to 20% faster (that'll be excuse #2) and that alcohol consumption reduced reaction times by 20% (it's 2pm and I'm at my desk. (gadgette.com)
  • CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- A citizens review board wants the police force for North Carolina's largest city to conduct a scientific study into whether an officer has time to react to a suspect with a gun pointed down. (radio.com)
  • Police Chief Kerr Putney said Friday he will ask a third-party group to scientifically validate tests already done by the department that suspects holding guns at their sides can shoot before officers can react. (radio.com)
  • simulator
  • After taking a driving safety test on a simulator measuring knowledge and reaction time , F . O . Hanson (right) , a traveling salesman from Minneapolis , points out his winning score to truck driver , Edward Smith (left) of Iowa . (hclib.org)
  • trials
  • In preliminary performance trials, the four-choice test appeared to reflect fatigue due to continuous repetitive responding in a way similar to classical, nonportable, multiple-choice serial reaction tests, but over a shorter time scale and with greater internal consistency. (springer.com)
  • significantly
  • The reaction from the White House was significantly stronger than it was after North Korea's long-range missile test in December, when the administration only promised "appropriate action" alongside America's allies. (nwsource.com)
  • No-go accuracy was not significantly correlated with any of the reaction time and EF tests. (springer.com)
  • check
  • Although it may seem straightforward at the time, when the third party's story suddenly changes three months in to the claim - you'll wish you'd taken the name and phone number of that nice old man that came to check you were okay. (claimsheaven.co.uk)
  • group
  • As such, for the current study the effects of Red Bull on reaction time, executive functioning and basic motor skills appear to be no greater than those achieved by a placebo or control group. (dbs.ie)
  • News
  • North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency said the test was conducted safely but with "great explosive power. (nwsource.com)
  • site
  • North Korea said it successfully detonated a miniaturized nuclear device at a northeastern test site Tuesday. (nwsource.com)
  • hand
  • Have the person being tested hold their hand out in front of them, in a grasping motion. (weebly.com)
  • design
  • press right mouse button Note: by default, the test is run in a blocked design (N=3 vs. N=6, with N=3 always preceding N=6 block). (millisecond.com)
  • found
  • So it was perfect for my assignment this time around, but like I said, after I found it I got very little else done. (wordpress.com)
  • years
  • However, the reaction times dropped off after two years, suggesting people get lazy. (recombu.com)
  • Riders 60 years old and older were three times more likely to require hospitalization than younger riders. (maxmeyerslaw.com)
  • In a statement, Obama called Pyongyang's third nuclear test in seven years a "highly provocative act" that threatens U.S. security and international peace. (nwsource.com)
  • Devices
  • Our online tests can be taken on most computing devices (desktop, laptop, tablet, smart phone) and any platform (Windows 7 and above, Apple IOS, android, Windows mobile). (splitsecondresearch.co.uk)
  • company
  • JustPark - an online service that helps you find spare parking spaces formerly known as ParkatmyHouse - is the company behind the reaction time test. (recombu.com)
  • He also runs Gadgette's commercial side, and works part-time at a film production company. (gadgette.com)