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Kroshus, E., Baugh, C. M., Daneshvar, D. H., & Viswanath, K. (2014). Understanding concussion reporting using a model based on the theory of planned behavior. Journal of Adolescent Health54(3), 269-274.

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McLeod, T. C. V., Schwartz, C., & Bay, R. C. (2007). Sport-related concussion misunderstandings among youth coaches. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine,17(2), 140-142.

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