Positions

Overview

  • William Chance Nicholson is in his first year as an academic faculty member in the university setting. Currently, he is investigating the role of the vagus nerve in HIV cognitive decline. Furthermore, he is exploring biopsychological determinants in gender dysphoric populations. Formerly, he developed a nutritional model at a major university hospital which was adopted by other major university hospitals. Additionally, he has published in the arenas of addiction, Ambien induced psychosis, game theory and healthcare, and personality disorders.
  • Selected Publications

    Academic Article

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    2017 The potential role of vagus nerve stimulation in the treatment of HIV-associated depression: A review of literatureJournal of Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment2017
    2017 Testing a Computerized Cognitive Training Protocol in Adults Aging With HIV-Associated Neurocognitive Disorders: Randomized Controlled Trial Rationale and Protocol.JMIR Research Protocols.  6:e68. 2017
    2017 Testing a computerized cognitive training protocol in adults aging with HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders: An RCT in the southern United StatesJournal of Medical Internet Research Research Protocols2017
    2017 Testing a computerized cognitive training protocol in adults aging with HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders: An RCT in the southern United States 2017
    2017 The potential role of vagus-nerve stimulation in the treatment of HIV-associated depression: a review of literature.Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment.  13:1677-1689. 2017
    2016 The neuroprotective influence of employment on cognitive reserve: Implications for an aging HIV populationJournal of HIV/AIDS and Social Services.  15:284-298. 2016
    2015 The role of employment on neurocognitive reserve in adults with HIVJournal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care.2015
    2015 The Role of Employment on Neurocognitive Reserve in Adults With HIV: A Review of the Literature.Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care.  26:316-329. 2015
    2015 Employment can increase cognitive reserve: Lifespan implications for an aging HIV populationWorkplace Health and Safety2015
    2014 Can Speed of Processing Training Ameliorate Depressive Symptomatology in Adults with HIV?Annals of Depression and Anxiety.  1. 2014
    2014 Gender dysphoria and children.Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services.  52:27-30. 2014
    2010 Behavioral, neurological, and social impediments of change: How game and change theories collide in healthcare 2010
    2008 Predictors of problematic game play in "World of Warcraft": Levels of immersions, addiction, cognitions, and behavioral phenomenon 2008
    A systematic review of the vagus nerve and it's association with inflammation and cognition: Theoretical and potential treatment implications for HIV-associated neurocognitive disordersJournal of Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reiviews
    Adolescent and Adult Sexual Assault Assessment: Second Edition
    Antidementia drugsPsychiatric Nursing, 8th Edition
    Computerized cognitive training for the neurocognitive complications of HIV infection: A systematic reviewJournal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care
    Interactions of the vagus nerve, microbiota, and HIV: Potential role in neurocognitive disordersJournal of Neurology and Disease
    Legal IssuesPsychiatric Nursing, 8th Edition
    Sexual disordersPsychiatric Nursing, 8th Edition
    Targeting HIV-related neurocognitive impairments with cognitive training strategies: Insights from the cognitive aging literatureCurrent Topics in Behavioral Neuroscience
    Vagus nerve and HIV: A potential treatment for HIV-associated neurocognitive disordersJournal of Neurology and Disease

    Research Overview

  • Psychiatric mental health; psychopathology of mental illness; neuropathology of mental illness; addiction; HIV and cognition; biopsychological determinants of gender dysphoria; personality disorders and pain; severe mental illness; trauma and endocrine function; nutrition and mental health; vagus nerve and cognition
  • Full Name

  • William Nicholson
  • Blazerid

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