Jessica Foley

Charles Golden6
Lindsay Shaw3
Charles H Hinkin2
Jessica Garcia2
6Charles Golden
3Lindsay Shaw
2Charles H Hinkin
2Jessica Garcia
2Barry Schneider
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INTRODUCTION This study examined whether IQ predicts neuropsychological performance among children with varying ability levels. METHOD 177 children/adolescents were subdivided as Below Average (BA; N = 71; IQ = 60-85), Average (A; N = 72; IQ = 90-110), or Above Average (AA; N = 34; IQ = 115-140) in IQ. Assessments included intelligence, achievement,(More)
The field of therapeutic focused ultrasound, which first emerged in the 1940s, has seen significant growth, particularly over the past decade. The eventual widespread clinical adoption of this non-invasive therapeutic modality require continued progress, in a multitude of activities including technical, pre-clinical, and clinical research, regulatory(More)
The authors investigated the relationship between antiretroviral adherence and HIV-associated verbal memory impairment. HIV-positive participants demonstrated poorer verbal memory than HIV-negative participants. Both good (≥90%) and poor (<90%) adherers displayed encoding deficits as compared with controls, but only poor adherers exhibited retrieval(More)
Progression of HIV/AIDS is frequently associated with frontal/subcortical dysfunction and mean reaction time (RT) slowing. Beyond group means, within-subject variability of RT has been found to be particularly sensitive to frontal/subcortical dysfunction in other populations. However, the possible relevance of RT variability to HIV/AIDS patients remains(More)
OBJECTIVE This article addresses whether measures for assessing premorbid intellectual functioning are adequate for geriatric schizophrenia. METHOD We included geriatric schizophrenia-spectrum disorders (SSD; n = 37), frontotemporal dementia (FTD; n = 41), and geriatric controls (n = 107), and employed measures of verbal ability. RESULTS Pearson's(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine the hypothesis of subcortical pathologic impairment in HIV/AIDS. METHOD The study included 22 HIV+, 22 HIV- controls, 22 learning disordered (LD) HIV-, and 22 depressive HIV-. The groups were compared on eight WMS-III Indices. RESULTS Analyses revealed significantly lower scores (p < .05) in HIV+ on visual immediate memory,(More)
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to explore whether memory deficits in schizophrenia are attributable to poor organisation/encoding during initial learning vs. memory decay. METHODS Subjects included geriatric schizophrenia/schizoaffective disorders [SSD; n = 37; age = 59.92 (55-74); education = 11.70 (7-18)]; frontotemporal dementia [FTD; n = 41;(More)
MMPI-2 maintains an extensive empirical base with psychiatric populations, although more recently, neurologically compromised patients have documented unique elevation patterns. This study examined mild-moderate TBI patients, Alzheimer's Dementia patients, and Psychiatric controls on MMPI-2 scales. Participants included 160 outpatients (TBI n = 26, AD n =(More)
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