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    • Athletic Council

    • Southern Utah State College (Cedar City, Utah)
    • Athletic Council members from left to right are: Jim Robinson, Mike Webster, Dr. Eugene Holman, Steve Lunt, President Braithwaite, Dr. Conrad Hatch, Frank Petty, Dr. Morris Shirts, Dr. Bruce Osborne.
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    • Football; Brain--Concussion; Depression, Mental; Football injuries
    • The Prevalence of Depression and Concussions 9 gaining a better understanding of the potential long-term physical and mental health consequences associated with single and, in many cases, multiple concussions. Similarly, Alcaraz, Broglio, Sosnoff,...
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    • Football; Brain--Concussion; Depression, Mental; Football injuries
    • The Prevalence of Depression and Concussions 11 The delimitations of this study included age, gender, participant type, and experience. All participants in this study were male between the ages of 18-40. Participants are current or retired football...
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    • Football; Brain--Concussion; Depression, Mental; Football injuries
    • The Prevalence of Depression and Concussions 15 Baron et al. (2012), in a review of recent studies, explained the role of position in regards to concussion risk. Baron et al. explains that players in speed positions have the greatest risk of...
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    • Football; Brain--Concussion; Depression, Mental; Football injuries
    • The Prevalence of Depression and Concussions 16 during play by the modification of play and rules of play as well as the introduction of improved standardized helmets, which resulted in a marked reduction in the incidence of fatal and nonfatal head...
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    • Football; Brain--Concussion; Depression, Mental; Football injuries
    • The Prevalence of Depression and Concussions 19 progressively resolves without complication over 7–10 days. Simple concussions represents the most common form of this injury and can be appropriately managed by primary care physicians or by...
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    • Football; Brain--Concussion; Depression, Mental; Football injuries
    • The Prevalence of Depression and Concussions 29 Conclusion Prevalence of concussions in contact sports such as American football is high. High school athletes alone are sustaining over 62,000 concussive injuries each year (Collins et al., 2006)....

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