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Daniel Eisenberg

Eisenberg uses performance statistics to gauge the impact of mental health on college athletes

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"Sports Stats May Be an Ideal Measure of Mental Health" - The Atlantic. 10/07/2016.

Combining athletic performance statistics and academic data with weekly reports from University of Michigan athletes on their mental health, Daniel Eisenberg and colleagues at Athletes Connected analyze how conditions like anxiety and depression impact physical and mental performance.

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Daniel Eisenberg

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