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  • Brager, A. J., Belling, P., Sada, J., Osgood, J. M., Fawver, B., & Dretsch, M. N. (2023). Pilot testing of a non-gaming cognitive battery in expert esports athletes. Journal of the Society of Neurosports, 1(2), Article 11.
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