Neuropsychology

Journal

Publication Venue For

  • Neuropsychology of COVID-19: Anticipated cognitive and mental health outcomes..  35:335-351. 2021
  • People with schizophrenia do not show the normal benefits of social versus nonsocial attentional cues.  34:620-628. 2020
  • Linear and nonlinear relationships between cognitive subdomains of ability discrepancy and Alzheimer’s disease biomarkers..  34:211-226. 2020
  • Asymmetrical distractibility of global and focal visuospatial attention during segmental and total compound line bisections.  32:843-849. 2018
  • Cortical thickness in frontoparietal and cingulo-opercular networks predicts executive function performance in older adults.  30:322-331. 2016
  • The childhood cancer survivor study-neurocognitive questionnaire (CCSS-NCQ) revised: Item response analysis and concurrent validity.  29:31-44. 2015
  • Working memory in Parkinson's disease: The effects of depression and side of onset of motor symptoms.  27:303-313. 2013
  • Neurocognitive Signs in Prodromal Huntington Disease.  25:1-14. 2011
  • Executive Function and MRI Prefrontal Volumes Among Healthy Older Adults.  22:626-637. 2008
  • Emotional Influences on Spatial Attention.  22:127-135. 2008
  • Visual selective attention in Parkinson's disease: Dissociation of exogenous and endogenous inhibition.  20:370-382. 2006
  • Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the California Verbal Learning Test in Patients with Epilepsy: Relationship to Clinical and Neuropathological Markers of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy.  18:60-68. 2004
  • Investigation of executive function change following anterior temporal lobectomy: Selective normalization of verbal fluency.  14:501-508. 2000
  • Left hemispheric specialization for learned, skilled, and purposeful action.  12:163-182. 1998
  • Hemispheric Asymmetries of Near-Far Spatial Attention.  9:58-61. 1995
  • The Nonverbal Affect Lexicon: Theoretical Perspectives From Neuropsychological Studies of Affect Perception.  7:433-444. 1993
  • Impaired Long-Term Retention Despite Normal Verbal Learning in Patients With Temporal Lobe Dysfunction.  5:3-12. 1991
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 0894-4105
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 1931-1559