Low Validity for Baseline NeuroCognitive Test Scores Among Young Athletes

Mar 15, 2018

A cross sectional study published by University of Windsor (Canada) researchers on baseline neurocognitive testing showed high failure rates for published validity indicators. The cumulative base rate of failure was correlated with age, with ten-year-olds having the highest rate, an alarming 83.6%, and 21-year-olds had the lowest rate at 29.2%. The study tested 8,000 participants ages 10 to 21. Link