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  • The Clinical Utility of P300 Evoked Responses in Post-Sport-Related Concussion Evaluation By: Stephanie A. Waryasz, Au.D., CCC-A, F-AAA   Sport-related concussion is a type of injury that tends to produce subtle anatomical abnormalities on the microscopic level within the brain (Gaetz & Weinberg, 2000; Gaetz, Goodman, & Weinberg, 2000; Barth, Freeman, Broshek, & Verney, 2001).  These types of injuries may be asymptomatic and remain unidentified through standard clinical ...
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CAPD Boot Camp Resumes in January After a series of highly successful Boot Camps in the Northeast, this special learning experience resumes, but now from sunny Arizona! The dates are January 5 and 6, 2017. This is an intense program that covers the major fundamental aspects of CAPD. The overall focus will be on learning what is needed for a successful CAPD practice in today’s environment. The enrollment, by design, will be small to allow direct and ready access to instructors in an effort to increase learning efficiency. We think the “boot camp” approach will provide an unparalleled learning experience. An outstanding faculty has been assembled to provide insightful information on current CAPD issues.