The Defense Automated Neurobehavioral Assessment (DANA) was recently developed as a durable,
portable, and "field-hardened" NeuroCognitive Assessment Tool. The purpose of this study is
to compare the sensitivity of the DANA Brief exam with the Automated Neuropsychological
Assessment Metrics (ANAM) battery currently used by the military after concussion. The
primary hypothesis is that the DANA Brief exam will be more sensitive for detecting continued
impaired cognitive performance than the ANAM during recovery after a concussion.