Moser, R. S., Zebrowski, C., Islam, S., Lemke, H., Schatz, P., James, M., & Vidal, P. G. (In press). Does time since injury and time spent in physical therapy treatment affect outcomes for concussion patients? (Abstract) Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology.
Moser, R. S. & Schatz, P. (In press). Are there gender differences in concussion symptomatology associated with history of concussion in young adult hockey players? American Society for Testing and Materials: Selected Technical Papers. Sixth International Symposium for Safety in Ice Hockey.
Moser, R.S., Olen, L., & Schatz, P. (2018). Gender differences in symptom reporting on baseline sports concussion testing across the youth age span. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology. DOI: 10.1093/arclin/acy007
Moser, R. S., Davis, G. A., & Schatz, P. (2017). The age variable in childhood concussion management: A systematic review. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology.
Moser, R.S. & Schatz, P. (2017). Increased symptom reporting in young athletes based on history of previous concussions. Developmental Neuropsychology. DOI: 10.1080/87565641.2017.1334785
Davis, G.A., Anderson, V., Babl, F.E., Gioia, G., Giza, C.C., Meehan, W., Moser, R.S., et al. (2017). What is the difference in concussion management in children as compared to adults? A systematic review. British Journal of Sports Medicine. Online.
Moser, R. S., Schatz, P., Grossner, E. & Kollias, K., (2016). One Year Test-Retest
Reliability of Neurocognitive Baseline Scores in 10 to 12 year olds. Applied Neuropsychology: Child.
Jha, N.K. et al Moser, R.S. et al. (2015). Solving the concussion crisis: Practical solutions. Consensus Paper of the KONKussion Retreat.
Schatz, P., Karpf, R., Rush, E., Moser, R.S. (2014). Prevalence of concussion, post-concussion assessments, and days to medical clearance in high school students. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 29(6):591-2.
Moser, R. S., Schatz, P., Glenn, M., Kollias, K. E., & Iverson, G. L. (2014). Examining prescribed rest as treatment for adolescents who are slow to recover from concussion. Brain Injury. DOI: 10.3109/02699052.2014.964771.
Schatz, P., Kelley, T., Ott, S., Solomon, G., Elbin, J.J., Higgins, K., & Moser, R. S. (2014). Utility of repeated assessment following invalid baseline performance. Journal of Athletic Training.
Lichtenstein, J.D., Moser, R.S., & Schatz, P. (2013). Age and test setting affect the prevalence of invalid baseline neurocognitive test scores. American Journal of Sports Medicine.
Moser, R.S., Schatz, P. & Lichtenstein, J. (2013). The importance of proper administration and interpretation of neuropsychological baseline and post-concussion computerized testing. Applied Neuropsychology-Child.
Moser, R. S. & Schatz, P. (2012). A case for mental and physical rest in youth sports concussion: It’s never too late. Frontiers in Medicine: Sports Neurology.
Schatz, P., Moser, R.S., Solomon, G. S., Ott, S. D., & Karpf, R. (2012). Incidence of invalid computerized baseline neurocognitive test results in high school and college students. Journal of Athletic Training.
Moser, R.S., Glatts, C. & Schatz, P. (2012). Efficacy of immediate and delayed cognitive and physical rest for treatment of sports-related concussion. The Journal of Pediatrics.
Sandel, N. K. & Moser, R. S. (2012). What psychologists need to know about youth concussion. New Jersey Psychologist.
Moser, R. S. (2012). Ahead of the Game: The Parents’ Guide to Youth Sports Concussion. University Press of New England-Dartmouth College
Schatz, P. & Moser, R. S. (2011). Current issues in pediatric sports concussion. The Clinical Neuropsychologist
Moser R. S., Schatz P., Neidzwski K., Ott, S.D. (2011). Group vs. Individual Administration Affects Baseline Neurocognitive Test Performance. American Journal of Sports Medicine. DOI: 10.1177/0363546511417114.
Schatz, P., Moser, R.S., Covassin, T., & Karpf, R. (2011). Early indicators of enduring symptoms in high school athletes with multiple previous concussions. Neurosurgery.
Moser, R. S., Charlton-Fryer, A., Berardinelli, S. (2010). Youth and sports concussions: A heads up on the growing public health concern. In F. Webbe (Ed.), Handbook of Sport Neuropsychology. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company.
Schatz, P., Neidzwski, K., Moser, R. S., & Karpf, R. (2010). Relationship between subjective test feedback provided by high school athletes during computer-based assessment of baseline cognitive functioning and self-reported symptoms. Archives in Clinical Neuropsychology.
Schatz, P., Neidzwski, K., & Moser, R. (2009). Athlete's subjective feedback on baseline neurocognitive testing is related to decreased performance. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 24, 502.
Moser, R. S., Iverson, G., Echemendia, R., Lovell, M., Schatz, P., Webbe, F., Ruff, R., Barth, J., et al. (2007). NAN Position Paper: Neuropsychological evaluation in the diagnosis and management of sports-related concussion. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 22, 909-916. Download the Article (PDF)
Moser, R. (2007). The growing public health concern of sports concussion: The new psychology practice frontier. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 38 (6), 699-704.
Moser, R. S. (2007). Book review: Sports neuropsychology: Assessment and management of traumatic brain injury. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 22, 791-792.
Moser, R.S., Schatz, P., Jordan, B. (2005). The prolonged effects of sports-related concussion in high school athletes. Neurosurgery, 57, 300-306.
Moser, R.S. & Schatz, P. (2002). Enduring effects of concussion in youth athletes. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 17, 91-100.
Moser, R. (May, 16, 2002). Sports psychology: It’s simply a case of mind over matter for sports athletes. Inside the ropes, Official Senior PGA Tour-Instinet Classic Pairing. Princeton, NJ.
Moser, R.S. (Fall, 2000). Protecting the brains of student athletes: The importance of concussion assessment. Psychological Corporation: Assessment Focus Newsletter, 10 (2), 3.
Moser, R.S. (November, 1998). Knock knock: Concussion from sports injuries. New Jersey Medicine.
For more research publications, see Dr. Moser's Vita.