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Research: Technology and Neuropsych Assessment

Articles: (.PDF)
Computer-Based Assessment of Sports-Related Concussion.
 Schatz P, Zillmer EA. (2003), Applied Neuropsychology, 10, 42-47.

Applications of Computer-based Neuropsychological Assessment
 Schatz P, Browndyke J. (2002), Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 17, 395-410.

Computer-Related Anxiety: Examining the Impact of Technology-Specific Affect on the Performance of a Computerized Neuropsychological Assessment Measure
 Browndyke J, Albert Al, Manone W, Schatz P, Paul RH, Cohen RA, Tucker KA, Gouvier WD. (2002), Applied Neuropsychology, 9, 210-218.

Book Chapters:
Ethical Challenges with the use of Information Technology and Telecommunications in Neuropsychology.
 Schatz, P. (2004). In S. Bush (Ed.) Casebook of Ethical Challenges in Neuropsychology. Swets & Zeitlinger Publishers.

Applications of technology to assessment and intervention with older adults.
 Schatz, P. (2005). In S. Bush & T. Martin (Eds.) Geriatric Neuropsychology. Swets & Zeitlinger Publishers.

NAN Posters:
Validation of a computerized cognitive assessment tool: Assessing the locked-in patient.
 Ayala J, Jefferson A, Cosentino S, Kelley R, Lippa C, Koffler S, Littlefield L, Schatz P, Chute P. (2003).
Computer-based Assessment of Malingering: Response Requirement Effects
 Schatz P, Moelter ST, Fragnito M. (1999).

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