|Editors-in-Chief:||William Kochen, Nova Southeastern University|
|Jason Curtis, Keiser University|
|Editors:||Allison Brager, United States Army Recruiting Command|
|Darren Candow, University of Regina|
|Kristen Craven, National Library of Medicine|
|Scott Forbes, Brandon University|
|Ellen Glickman, Kent State University|
|Stephen Lippi, Angelo State University|
|Henriette van Praag, Florida Atlantic University|
Welcome to NeuroSports, the Journal of the Society for Neurosports - an academic society dedicated to interdisciplinary collaboration in the fields of exercise science and neuroscience. This society is the first of its kind in the field of Sports Neuroscience.
We are a society for passionate scientists and practitioners with an interest in furthering research-based athletic performance and brain health. It is our hope that the interdisciplinary discussions taking place in this society will increase the effectiveness and potential to reach greater levels of performance.
This double-blind peer-reviewed journal accepts manuscripts that contain original research related to the overlap of neuroscience and sports science.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Three-month recovery from common negative physical, functional, and psychosocial effects among individuals infected with COVID-19: a single observational group repeated measure study
Hussain I. Aslan, Scotty J. Butcher PhD, Darcy D. Marciniuk MD, and Corey R. Tomczak PhD
Memory and attention while SCUBA diving at shallow and deep depths: An open water study
Leanne Boucher, Joshua Feingold, Kelly Concannon, Stephanie Talavera, Jaime Tartar, and W. Matthew Collins
The Effects of a Multi-Ingredient Supplement on Various Cognitive Measures
Jason M. Curtis, Cassandra Evans, Veronica Mekhail, Paulina Czartoryski, Juan Carlos Santana, and Jose Antonio
Trait Anxiety in Mixed Martial Artists
Julian Pino, Olivier van Hauwermeiren, Jordan Kwamanakweenda, Corey Peacock, and Jaime Tartar
Perceptual Fatigability and Neuromuscular Responses During a Sustained, Isometric Forearm Flexion Muscle Action Anchored to a Constant Level of Perceived Exertion
Robert W. Smith, John Paul V. Anders, Tyler J. Neltner, Jocelyn E. Arnett, Joshua L. Keller, Terry J. Housh, Richard J. Schmidt, and Glen O. Johnson
Assessing a Novel Adaptation to CCI Devices to Model Human Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
William R. Kochen, Kristen Craven, Rachel E. Barkey, Jane M. Flinn, and David D. Cerri
Validation of a Single Channel EEG for the Athlete: A Machine Learning Protocol to Accurately Detect Sleep Stages
Kayla Thompson, Kamil Celoch, Frankie Pizzo, Ana I. Fins, and Jaime Tartar
Persistent dyspnea, declined moderate to vigorous physical activity, functional status, and quality of life during the post-acute phase of COVID-19 infection: A pilot case control study.
Hussain Aslan MPh. Ed., MSc.; Corey Tomczak PhD; Darcy Marciniuk MD; and Scotty Butcher PhD