Brian L. Brooks
Brian L. Brooks
Neuropsychologist, Alberta Children's Hospital; and Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of
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Clinical risk score for persistent postconcussion symptoms among children with acute concussion in the ED
R Zemek, N Barrowman, SB Freedman, J Gravel, I Gagnon, C McGahern, ...
Jama 315 (10), 1014-1025, 2016
Tracking neuropsychological recovery following concussion in sport
GL Iverson, BL Brooks, MW Collins, MR Lovell
Brain injury 20 (3), 245-252, 2006
To err is human:“Abnormal” neuropsychological scores and variability are common in healthy adults
LM Binder, GL Iverson, BL Brooks
Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology 24 (1), 31-46, 2009
No cumulative effects for one or two previous concussions
GL Iverson, BL Brooks, MR Lovell, MW Collins
British Journal of Sports Medicine 40 (1), 72-75, 2006
NEPSY-II: a developmental neuropsychological assessment
BL Brooks, EMS Sherman, E Strauss
Child Neuropsychology 16 (1), 80-101, 2009
“Good old days” bias following mild traumatic brain injury
GL Iverson, RT Lange, BL Brooks, V Lynn Ashton Rennison
The Clinical Neuropsychologist 24 (1), 17-37, 2010
Cognitive functioning in first episode psychosis: initial presentation
J Addington, BL Brooks, D Addington
Schizophrenia research 62 (1-2), 59-64, 2003
Potential for misclassification of mild cognitive impairment: A study of memory scores on the Wechsler Memory Scale-III in healthy older adults
BL Brooks, GL Iverson, JA Holdnack, HH Feldman
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 14 (3), 463-478, 2008
Interview versus questionnaire symptom reporting in people with the postconcussion syndrome
GL Iverson, BL Brooks, VL Ashton, RT Lange
The Journal of head trauma rehabilitation 25 (1), 23-30, 2010
Substantial risk of “Accidental MCI” in healthy older adults: Base rates of low memory scores in neuropsychological assessment
BL Brooks, GL Iverson, T White
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 13 (3), 490-500, 2007
Identifying cognitive problems in children and adolescents with depression using computerized neuropsychological testing
BL Brooks, GL Iverson, EMS Sherman, MC Roberge
Applied Neuropsychology 17 (1), 37-43, 2010
Identifying a cognitive impairment subgroup in adults with mood disorders
GL Iverson, BL Brooks, SA Langenecker, AH Young
Journal of affective disorders 132 (3), 360-367, 2011
Influence of poor effort on self-reported symptoms and neurocognitive test performance following mild traumatic brain injury
RT Lange, GL Iverson, BL Brooks, VL Ashton Rennison
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 32 (9), 961-972, 2010
A systematic review of psychiatric, psychological, and behavioural outcomes following mild traumatic brain injury in children and adolescents
CA Emery, KM Barlow, BL Brooks, JE Max, A Villavicencio-Requis, ...
The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 61 (5), 259-269, 2016
Developments in neuropsychological assessment: Refining psychometric and clinical interpretive methods.
BL Brooks, E Strauss, E Sherman, GL Iverson, DJ Slick
Canadian Psychology/Psychologie canadienne 50 (3), 196, 2009
Behavior rating inventory of executive function–preschool version (BRIEF-P): Test review and clinical guidelines for use
EMS Sherman, BL Brooks
Child Neuropsychology 16 (5), 503-519, 2010
Possible lingering effects of multiple past concussions
GL Iverson, RJ Echemendia, AK LaMarre, BL Brooks, MB Gaetz
Rehabilitation research and practice 2012, 2012
A qualitative review of sports concussion education: prime time for evidence-based knowledge translation
M Mrazik, CR Dennison, BL Brooks, KO Yeates, S Babul, D Naidu
British journal of sports medicine 49 (24), 1548-1553, 2015
Subjective, but not objective, lingering effects of multiple past concussions in adolescents
BL Brooks, CD McKay, M Mrazik, KM Barlow, WH Meeuwisse, CA Emery
Journal of Neurotrauma 30 (17), 1469-1475, 2013
Does familiarity with computers affect computerized neuropsychological test performance?
GL Iverson, BL Brooks, VL Ashton, LG Johnson, CT Gualtieri
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 31 (5), 594-604, 2009
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