Electrocortical dynamics differentiate athletes exhibiting low- and high- ACL injury risk biomechanics.

S. Bonnette, J. Diekfuss, D. Grooms, A. Kiefer, M. Riley, C. Riehm, C. Moore, K. Barber Foss, C. DiCesare, J. Baumeister, G. Myer, Psychophysiology 57 (2020) e13530.

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Bonnette S, Diekfuss J, Grooms D, et al. Electrocortical dynamics differentiate athletes exhibiting low- and high- ACL injury risk biomechanics. Psychophysiology. 2020;57(4):e13530. doi:10.1111/psyp.13530
Bonnette, S., Diekfuss, J., Grooms, D., Kiefer, A., Riley, M., Riehm, C., … Myer, G. (2020). Electrocortical dynamics differentiate athletes exhibiting low- and high- ACL injury risk biomechanics. Psychophysiology, 57(4), e13530. https://doi.org/10.1111/psyp.13530
@article{Bonnette_Diekfuss_Grooms_Kiefer_Riley_Riehm_Moore_Barber Foss_DiCesare_Baumeister_et al._2020, title={Electrocortical dynamics differentiate athletes exhibiting low- and high- ACL injury risk biomechanics.}, volume={57}, DOI={10.1111/psyp.13530}, number={4}, journal={Psychophysiology}, author={Bonnette, S and Diekfuss, JA and Grooms, DR and Kiefer, AW and Riley, MA and Riehm, C and Moore, C and Barber Foss, KD and DiCesare, CA and Baumeister, J and et al.}, year={2020}, pages={e13530} }
Bonnette, S, JA Diekfuss, DR Grooms, AW Kiefer, MA Riley, C Riehm, C Moore, et al. “Electrocortical Dynamics Differentiate Athletes Exhibiting Low- and High- ACL Injury Risk Biomechanics.” Psychophysiology 57, no. 4 (2020): e13530. https://doi.org/10.1111/psyp.13530.
S. Bonnette et al., “Electrocortical dynamics differentiate athletes exhibiting low- and high- ACL injury risk biomechanics.,” Psychophysiology, vol. 57, no. 4, p. e13530, 2020.
Bonnette, S., et al. “Electrocortical Dynamics Differentiate Athletes Exhibiting Low- and High- ACL Injury Risk Biomechanics.” Psychophysiology, vol. 57, no. 4, 2020, p. e13530, doi:10.1111/psyp.13530.

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