Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society

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  • ACTIVE cognitive training and rates of incident dementia.  18:669-677.
  • Addressing a continuum of recovery after acquired brain injury [1].  4:409.
  • Affective facial and lexical expression in aprosodic versus aphasic stroke patients.  11:677-685.
  • Alternate but do not swim: A test for executive motor dysfunction in Parkinson disease.  17:702-708.
  • Amnestic mild cognitive impairment: Diagnostic outcomes and clinical prediction over a two-year time period.  12:166-175.
  • Arousal response with aging: Pupillographic study.  6.
  • Bimanual-vertical hand movements.  17:732-739.
  • Cognitive Predictors of Reasoning through Treatment Decisions in Patients with Newly Diagnosed Brain Metastases.  21:412-418.
  • Cognitive models of medical decision-making capacity in patients with mild cognitive impairment.  14:297-308.
  • Conceptual apraxia in probable Alzheimer's disease as demonstrated by the Florida Action Recall Test.  6:265-270.
  • Defective comprehension of emotional faces and prosody as a result of right hemisphere stroke: Modality versus emotion-type specificity.  12.
  • Device-Measured Physical Activity and Cognitive Processing Speed Impairment in a Large Sample of Persons with Multiple Sclerosis.  26:798-805.
  • Distribution of attention in normal people as a function of spatial location: Right-left, up-down.  12:532-537.
  • Ecological implications of limb apraxia: Evidence from mealtime behavior.  1:62-66.
  • Effect of memory impairment on training outcomes in ACTIVE.  953-960.
  • Emotional experience and perception in the absence of facial feedback.  130-135.
  • Global/local scoring modifications for the Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure: Relation to unilateral temporal lobe epilepsy patients.  12:383-390.
  • Graphesthesia: A test of graphemic movement representations or tactile imagery?.  16:190-193.
  • Horizontal line bisections in upper and lower body space.  6:455-459.
  • In memoriam Justine Saade Sergent: neuropsychologist extraordinaire March 31, 1950-April 11, 1994..  2:474.
  • Limb and hemispatial hypometria.  6:71-75.
  • Long-Term Levels of LDL-C and Cognitive Function: The CARDIA Study
  • Longitudinal Changes in Resting State Connectivity and White Matter Integrity in Adolescents with Sports-Related Concussion.  24:781.
  • MRI extrahippocampal volumes and visual memory: Correlations independent of MRI hippocampal volumes in temporal lobe epilepsy patients.  5:540-548.
  • Mental object rotation in Parkinson's disease.  9:1078-1087.
  • Mild Cognitive Impairment Subtypes in a Cohort of Elderly Essential Tremor Cases.  23:390-399.
  • Neurocognitive predictors of financial capacity across the dementia spectrum: Normal aging, mild cognitive impairment, and Alzheimer's disease.  15:258-267.
  • Neuropsychological characteristics of the confusional state following traumatic brain injury.  302-313.
  • Neuropsychological functioning in a patient with paraneoplastic limbic encephalitis.  2:460.
  • Novel treatments for expressive aprosodia: A phase I investigation of cognitive linguistic and imitative interventions.  10:786-793.
  • Performance of the NINDS-CSN 5-Minute protocol in a national population-based sample.  20:856-867.
  • Postural knowledge of transitive pantomimes and intransitive gestures.  958-962.
  • Reexamining the effects of epilepsy surgery on IQ in children: Use of regression-based change scores.  9:879-886.
  • Right-Out and left-in: The influence of the type of line bisection on horizontal and radial neglect.  17:940-942.
  • The influence of illusory motion on line bisection performance in normal subjects.  11:881-888.
  • Three-dimensional neglect phenomena following right anterior choroidal artery infarction.  5:567-571.
  • Treatment of a case of phonological alexia with agraphia using the Auditory Discrimination in Depth (ADD) program.  4:608-620.
  • Upper and lower extremity motor function and cognitive impairment in multiple sclerosis.  17.
  • Verbal learning in Alzheimer's disease: Cumulative word knowledge gains across learning trials.  15:730-739.
  • Vertical scanning biases and their possible influence on reading direction: Celtic wisdom or folly?.  14:102-109.
  • WMS-III performance in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy: Group differences and individual classification.  7:881-891.
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  • 1355-6177