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Investigating Post-Concussion Wellbeing among Athletes

Mon 06 Jul 2020

Research indicated that experiencing concussion can have negative knock-on effects on athlete mental health. With this study, we are trying to investigate the role of sleep difficulties, both as a concussion symptom as well as a factor impacting mental health and self-regulation. We aim to collect data from participants who have experienced concussion as well as from participants who have not.

Participation involves filling in an online survey containing a demographic questionnaire and previously validated questionnaires on concussion symptoms, post-mTBI quality of life, sleep behaviours, self-regulation, and mental health. This will take 15-20 minutes.

You can take part if:

Any participant will have the option of entering a ballot for a £10 Amazon voucher.

Before accessing the survey page, participants have to enter age and gender to login as a guest. All data is automatically anonymised.
The first page of the survey contains important information on purpose and procedure of the study. However, please contact me if you require further information.

Click here to take part

Bernadette Kellermann:
(Supervisor: Dr Maria Gardani)

This is a study conducted as part of an MSc Psychological Science dissertation. (School of Psychology, University of Glasgow)


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