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Examining Sport Concussion Assessment Tool ratings for male and female youth hockey players with and without a history of concussion
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    I have previously complained about the editorial decision of a supposedly British journal to publish an article including "football" in the title when most readers around the world would have called the sport "American football". The subjects of this study participated in what people outside of North America would call "ice hockey", not just "hockey". We are used to American journals ignoring international terminology...

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