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Altered frontal plane kinematics during step-down and jogging provide insight for clinicians to identify females with patellofemoral pain that may be less physically active, while step-down and squatting kinematics related to fear avoidance beliefs.

This level 3 exploration case report provides a rare opportunity to highlight preinjury-to-postinjury changes in patient-reported physical and psychological measures caused by a lateral ankle sprain.

We propose that researchers in special education adopt emerging open-science reforms, such as preprints, data and materials sharing, preregistration of studies and analysis plans, and Registered Reports.

  • Council for Exceptional Children

We discuss how adopting open-science practices can advance the quality of research and, consequently, policy and practice in special education.