Seatbelts contribute to location of lesion in moderate to
severe closed head trauma.
Hillary FG, Moelter ST, Schatz P, Chute DL. (2001), Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 16, 171-81.
Motor vehicle collision factors influence severity
and type of TBI.
Hillary FG, Schatz P, Moelter ST, Lowry JB, Ricker, JH, Chute DL. (2002), Brain Injury, 16, 729-41.
Retrospective Assessment of Rehabilitation Outcome After Traumatic Brain Injury: Development and Utility of the Functional Independence Level
Schatz P, Hillary FG, Moelter ST, Chute DL. (2002), Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 17, 510-25.
Underutilization of neuropsychology in traumatic brain injury rehabilitation: Is managed care to blame?
Schatz P, Hughes L, Chute DL. (2001), NeuroRehabilitation, 16, 281-7.
Revisiting the utility of PIQ and VIQ to measure lateralization and functional recovery following acquired brain injury.
Schatz P, Kyle K, Hillary FG, Chute DL. (2001).
Vehicular factors affect injury location, severity and outcome.
Hillary FG, Schatz P, Newman H, Chute DL. (2000)
Factors Affecting Who Receives Neuropsychological Testing Following Moderate-To-Severe Traumatic Brain Injury,
Schatz P, Hughes L, Chute DL. (2000).
Cause of Injury and Lesion Location
Hillary FG, Moelter ST, Schatz P, Chute DL. (1998)
Efficacy of Neuropsychological Evaluations in Long Term Rehabilitation
Schatz P, Chute DL. (1998).
Seatbelts Determine Location of Injury
Hillary FG, Schatz P, Chute DL.(1997)
Predicting Functional Outcome with Disability Rating Scale Scores Following Primary Rehabilitation
Schatz P, Hillary FG, Chute DL. (1997).
Predicting Level of Independence Following Moderate to Severe Traumatic Brain Injury
Schatz P, Chute DL. (1995).