Dennis Reeves

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This paper presents a historical overview and current perspective of the Automated Neuropsychological Assessment Metrics (ANAM) test system. We discuss the history of its development along with a synopsis of the evolution of computerized testing that has occurred and led to ANAM over the past 30 years within the Department of Defense (DoD). We include a(More)
OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to determine whether an adolescent athlete, in the absence of concussion, would be expected to show an improvement in cognitive function during the course of a high school football season. BACKGROUND At least 60,000 American high school football players suffer cerebral concussion every year, and symptoms may(More)
This exploratory study was conducted to increase understanding of neuropsychological test performance in those with blast-related mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI). The two variables of interest for their impact on test performance were presence of mTBI symptoms and history of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Forty-five soldiers postblast mTBI, 27(More)
OBJECTIVE We sought to determine the duration of cognitive impairment after sports concussion. METHODS We conducted a study with a prospective design in which 729 athletes underwent preseason baseline testing by being administered a computerized neuropsychological test battery, followed by retesting at regular intervals after they sustained sports-related(More)
The present study examines the relation between a set of computerized neuropsychological measures, Automated Neuropsychological Assessment Metrics (ANAM), and a set of traditional clinical neuropsychological tests. Both sets of tests have been employed in recent studies of mild brain injury. Factor analysis and stepwise regression indicate that both sets of(More)
A baseline computerized cognitive assessment was completed by 483 military cadets before their initial school year. Fourteen cadets concussed during physical education boxing were retested <1 hour after injury and again on return to full activity 4 days later. Compared with baseline testing, postinjury performance on simple reaction time and continuous(More)
The objective of this study was to determine whether inconsistent and erratic within-day and across-day performance is a symptom of mild to moderate traumatic brain injury (TBI), and to determine whether impaired consistency of performance can coexist, in the same patient, with intact or "normal" performance on single administrations of neuropsychological(More)
Traditional paper-and-pencil neuropsychological batteries used to document cognitive deficits in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients lack timing precision. This makes it difficult to accurately measure psychomotor slowing, a central cognitive symptom of MS. Additionally, traditional batteries lack multiple alternate forms necessary to control for practice(More)
This paper describes the development and ongoing validation of the ANAM-sports medicine battery (ASMB) for use in concussion surveillance and management. A review of previous research utilizing the ASMB highlights current issues in concussion surveillance including: tracking cognitive recovery, effect of previous concussion history on acute concussion(More)
The current report summarizes case studies from an Office of Naval Research (ONR) funded project to compare the effects of Virtual Reality Graded Exposure Therapy (VRGET) with a treatment as usual control condition in active-duty Navy Corpsmen, Navy SeaBees and Navy and Marine Corps Support Personnel. Details of the collaborative program between the Virtual(More)