Brain injury publications
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Brain injury publications

Published peer-reviewed articles:

Iverson, G.L., Gaetz, M., Lovell, M.R., & Collins, M.W. (2004). Relation Between Subjective Fogginess and Neuropsychological Testing Following Concussion. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society (JINS), 10, 904-906.
Iverson, G.L., Gaetz, M., Lovell, M.R., & Collins, M.W. (2004). Cumulative effects of concussion in amateur athletes. Brain Injury, 18(5), 433-443.
Gaetz, M. (2004). The neurophysiology of brain injury. Clinical Neurophysiology, 115, 4-18.
Gaetz, M. (2002). An emerging role for event-related potentials in the assessment of brain injury. Clinical Neurophysiology, 113, 1665-1666.
Goodman, D., & Gaetz, M. (2002). Return to play guidelines following concussion: The message is getting through. Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine, Sep 12(5), 265.
Iverson, G.L. & Gaetz, M. (2001). Analysis of circadian heart patterns in persistent postconcussion syndrome research. The Journal of Cognitive Rehabilitation, 19, 18-22.
Gaetz, M. and Bernstein, D.M. (2001). The current status of electrophysiological procedures for the assessment of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury.  The Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 16, 386-405.
Goodman, D., Gaetz, M., and Meichenbaum, D. (2001). Concussion in hockey: There is cause for concern. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Dec 33(12), 2004-9.
Gaetz, M., Goodman, D., and Weinberg, H. (2000). Electrophysiological evidence for the cumulative effects of concussion. Brain Injury, 14, 1077-1088.
Gaetz, M. and Weinberg, H. (2000). Electrophysiological indices of persistent post-concussion syndrome. Brain Injury, 14, 815-832.


Books Chapters:

Collin, M., Iverson, G.I., Gaetz, M., and Lovell, M. (2006). Sport Concussion. In Zasler, N., Katz, D., & Zafonte, R. (Eds.) Brain Injury Medicine: Prinicples and Practice. Demos Medical Publishing: New York.
Iverson, G.I., Lange, R., Gaetz, M., and Zasler, N. (2006). Mild traumatic brain injury. In Zasler, N., Katz, D., & Zafonte, R. (Eds.) Brain Injury Medicine: Prinicples and Practice. Demos Medical Publishing: New York.
Iverson, G. L. & Gaetz, M. (2004). Practical considerations for interpreting change following brain injury. In Lovell, M.R., Echemendia, R.J., Barth, J.T., & Collins, M.W. (Eds.); Traumatic brain injury in sports. Lisse, The Netherlands: Swets & Zeitlinger. 



Recently Published Abstracts and Conference Presentations:

Gaetz, M., Parrott, H., Iverson, G.L. (2006). The British Columbia Concussion Rehabilitation Program (BC-CRP): Normative and Case Data. Presented at the Brain Injury of the Americas Conference (North American Brain Injury Society – NABIS), September 14-16, 2006, Miami, Florida.
Iverson, G.L., Brooks, B.L., Azevedo, A., Gaetz, M. (2006). Modifying the British Columbia Concussion Recovery Program for use with injured adults with postconcussion syndrome. Presented at the Brain Injury of the Americas Conference (North American Brain Injury Society – NABIS), September 14-16, 2006, Miami, Florida.
Gaetz, M., Iverson, G.L., Goodman, D. (2004).  Self-reported cognitive symptoms following concussion in junior hockey players.  British Journal of Sports Medicine. 38: 659.
Gaetz, M., Goodman, D. (2004). Changes in Auditory and Visual Contingent Negative Variation Following Concussion in Junior Hockey Players.  British Journal of Sports Medicine. 38:660.
Iverson, G.L., Collins, M.W., Gaetz, M., Lovell, M.R. (2004). Tracking neuropsychological recovery following concussion. British Journal of Sports Medicine. 38: 658.



Research Collaborators

Grant Iverson, Ph.D. – Professor, University of British Columbia; Senior Researcher - British Columbia Mental Health & Addiction Services
David Goodman, Ph.D. – Professor of Kinesiology, Simon Fraser University
K.J. Jantzen, Ph.D. and Scott Kelso, Ph.D. – Center for Complex Systems, Florida Atlantic University
Mark Lovell, Ph.D. and Michael Collins, Ph.D. – Henry Ford Center, Detroit Michigan USA. Coordinators for the NFL and NHL protocol for the assessment of concussion in professional sport
Edward Rzempoluck, Ph.D. – Private consultant in engineering and software development and an expert in non-linear analysis
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