A Typical Tracking Session
1. Participants will be required to sign a consent form detailing the specifics of our research and their contribution. Trained researchers will verbally explain all information contained in the consent form and answer any questions.
2. Trained researchers will verbally present the participants with a short questionnaire requesting basic contact information, date of birth and past neurological, ophthalmological and surgical history.
The questionnaire will be followed by a Sports Concussion Assessment Tool (SCAT3) and other assessments. All assessments are performed for quantitative data collection purposes regardless of whether the participant has had a history of concussion.
4. After all paperwork is completed, a trained researcher will begin the eye-tracking, blood draw or both depending on which aspects of the study the participant would like to enroll into. Eye tracking participants will watch a video clip of their choice for about 3 minutes and complete a digital visual acuity test.
5. Once the data is captured and saved, participants will complete a visual acuity test.
6. After signing a receipt, participants will be paid their honorarium. Participants are allowed to withdraw from the study at any point before, during or after participation.