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Publications:
 
 Journal Articles

  1. Lehman Blake M, Ott S, Villanyi E, Kazhuro K, Schatz P. (2015). Influence of language of administration on ImPACT performance by bilingual Spanish-English college students. Arch Clin Neuropsychol. 30(4), 302-9.
  2. Elbin RJ, Beatty A, Covassin T, Schatz P, Hydeman A, Kontos AP. (2015). A preliminary examination of neurocognitive performance and symptoms following a bout of soccer heading in athletes wearing protective soccer headbands. Res Sports Med. 23(2), 203-14.
  3. Schatz P, Ybarra V, Leitner D. (2015). Validating the accuracy of reaction time assessment on computer-based tablet devices. Assessment, 22(4), 405-10.
  4. Iverson GL, Schatz P. (2015). Advanced topics in neuropsychological assessment following sport-related concussion. Brain Inj, 29(2), 263-75.
  5. Moser RS, Schatz P, Glenn M, Kollias KE, Iverson GL. (2015). Examining prescribed rest as treatment for adolescents who are slow to recover from concussion. Brain Inj, 29(1), 58-63.
  6. Moser RS, Schatz P, Lichtenstein JD. (2015). The importance of proper administration and interpretation of neuropsychological baseline and postconcussion computerized testing. Appl Neuropsychol Child, 4(1), 41-8.
  7. Elbin RJ, Schatz P, Lowder HB, Kontos AP. (2014). An empirical review of treatment and rehabilitation approaches used in the acute, sub-acute, and chronic phases of recovery following sports-related concussion. Curr Treat Options Neurol, 16(11), 320.
  8. Schatz P, Robertshaw S. (2014). Comparing post-concussive neurocognitive test data to normative data presents risks for under-classifying "above average" athletes. Arch Clin Neuropsychol, 29(7), 625-32.
  9. Schatz P, Kelley T, Ott SD, Solomon GS, Elbin RJ, Higgins K, Moser RS. (2014). Utility of repeated assessment after invalid baseline neurocognitive test performance. J Athl Train, 49(5), 659-64.
  10. Nakayama Y, Covassin T, Schatz P, Nogle S, Kovan J. (2014). Examination of the test-retest reliability of a computerized neurocognitive test battery. Am J Sports Med, 42(8), 2000-5.
  11. Ott S, Schatz P, Solomon G, Ryan JJ. (2014). Neurocognitive performance and symptom profiles of Spanish-speaking Hispanic athletes on the ImPACT test. Arch Clin Neuropsychol, 29(2), 152-63.
  12. Lichtenstein JD, Moser RS, Schatz P. (2014). Age and test setting affect the prevalence of invalid baseline scores on neurocognitive tests. Am J Sports Med, 42(2):479-84.
  13. Schatz P, Maerlender A. (2013). A two-factor theory for concussion assessment using ImPACT: memory and speed. Arch Clin Neuropsychol, 28(8):791-7.
  14. Schatz P, Ferris CS. (2013). One-month test-retest reliability of the ImPACT test battery. Arch Clin Neuropsychol, 28(5):499-504.
  15. Elbin RJ, Kontos AP, Kegel N, Johnson E, Burkhart S, Schatz P. (2013). Individual and combined effects of LD and ADHD on computerized neurocognitive concussion test performance: evidence for separate norms. Arch Clin Neuropsychol, 28(5):476-84.
  16. Schatz P, Glatts C. (2013). "Sandbagging" baseline test performance on ImPACT, without detection, is more difficult than it appears. Arch Clin Neuropsychol.
  17. Schatz P, Sandel N. (2012). Sensitivity and specificity of the online version of ImPACT in high school and collegiate athletes. Am J Sports Med, 41(2), 321-326.
  18. Moser RS, Glatts C, Schatz P. (2012). Efficacy of immediate and delayed cognitive and physical rest for treatment of sports-related concussion. J Pediatrics, 161(5), 922-926.
  19. Moser RS and Schatz P (2012). A Case for Mental and Physical Rest in Youth Sports Concussion: It's Never Too Late. Frontiers in Sports Neurology, 3:171.
  20. Kontos AP, Elbin RJ. Schatz P, Covassin T, Henry L, Pardini J, Collins MW. (2012). A revised factor structure for the Post Concussion Symptom Scale (PCSS): Baseline and post-concussion factors. Am J Sports Med, 40(10), 2375-2384.
  21. Schatz P, Kontos A, Elbin RJ. (2012). Response to Mayers and Redick: "Clinical utility of ImPACT assessment for postconcussion return-to-play counseling: Psychometric issues." J Clin Exp Neuropsychol, 34(4), 428-34.
  22. Ramanathan D, McWilliams N, Schatz P, Hillary FG. (2012). Epidemiological shifts in elderly TBI: 18-year trends in Pennsylvania. Journal of Neurotrauma, 29, 1371-1378.
  23. Schatz, P., Moser, R.S., Solomon, G.S., Ott, S.D., Karpf, R. (2012). Prevalence of invalid computerized baseline neurocognitive test results in high school and college students. Journal of Athletic Training, 47, 289-296.
  24. Elbin RJ, Schatz P, Covassin T. (2011). One-year test-retest reliability of the online version of ImPACT in high school athletes. American Journal of Sports Medicine, 39, 2319-24.
  25. Moser RS, Schatz P, Neidzwski K, Ott S. (2011). Group vs. individual administration affects baseline neurocognitive test performance. American Journal of Sports Medicine, 39, 2325-30.
  26. Schatz, P & Moser RS. (2011). Current issues in pediatric sports concussion. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 25(6), 1042-57.
  27. Schatz P, Moser RS, Covassin T, Karpf R. (2011). Early indicators of enduring symptoms in high school athletes with multiple previous concussions. Neurosurgery, 68(6), 1632-1647.
  28. DeFina PA, Fellus J, Thompson JWG, Eller M, Moser RS, Frisina PG, Schatz P, DeLuca J, Zigarelli-McNish M & Prestigiacomo CJ. (2010). Improving outcomes of severe disorders of consciousness. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, 28(6):769-80.
  29. Schatz P. (2010). Long-term test-retest reliability of baseline cognitive assessments using ImPACT. American Journal of Sports Medicine, 38(1):47-53..
  30. Moser RS, Iverson GL, Echemendia RJ, Lovell MR, Schatz P, Webbe FM, Ruff RM, Barth JT; NAN Policy and Planning Committee. (2007). Neuropsychological evaluation in the diagnosis and management of sports-related concussion. Arch Clin Neuropsychology, 22(8), 909-916.
  31. Covassin T, Schatz P & Swanik CB. (2007). Sex differences in neuropsychological function and post-concussion symptoms of concussed collegiate athletes. Neurosurgery, 61,345-350.
  32. Swanik CB, Covassin T, Stearne DJ, & Schatz P. (2007). The relationship between neurocognitive function and noncontact Anterior Cruciate Ligament injuries. American Journal of Sports Medicine, 35, 943-948.
  33. Schatz, P & Putz, BO. (2006). Cross-validation of Measures used for Computer-Based Assessment of Concussion. Applied Neuropsychology, 13,151-159.
  34. Schatz, P, Pardini, JE, Lovell MR, Collins MW & Podell K. (2006). Sensitivity and Specificity of the ImPACT Test Battery for Concussion in Athletes. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 21, 91-99.
  35. Covassin T, Swanik CB, Sachs ML, Kendrick Z, Schatz P, Zillmer E. & Kaminaris, C. (2006). Sex Differences on Baseline Neuropsychological Function and Concussion Symptoms of Collegiate Athletes. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 40(11), 923-927.
  36. Moser, RS, Schatz P & Jordan B. (2005). Prolonged Effects of Concussion in High School Athletes. Neurosurgery, 57,300-306.
  37. Schatz, P Jay K, McComb J & McLaughlin J. (2005). Misuse of statistical testing in Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology publications. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 20(8), 1051-1057.
  38. Kanauss, KM, Schatz P & Puente AE. (2005). Current trends in reimbursement of professional neuropsychological services. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 20(3), 341-353.
  39. Schatz P, Hillary F, Moelter S & Chute DL. (2002). Retrospective assessment of rehabilitation outcome following traumatic brain injury: Development and utility of the Functional Independence Level (FIL) Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 17(6), 510-525.
  40. Schatz, P, & Browndyke J. (2002). Applications of Computer-based neuropsychological assessment. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 17(5), 395-410.
  41. Schatz, P, & Zillmer E. (2002). Computer-based assessment of sports-related concussion. Applied Neuropsychology, 10(1), 42-47.
  42. Browndyke JN, Albert AL, Malone W, Schatz P, Paul RH, Cohen RA, Tucker KA, & Gouvier WD. (2002). Computer-related Anxiety: Examining the Impact of Technology-specific Affect on the Performance of a Computerized Neuropsychological Assessment Measure. Applied Neuropsychology, 9(4), 210-218.
  43. Hillary F, Schatz P, Moelter S, Lowry JB, Ricker JH & Chute DL. (2002). Motor vehicle collision factors influence severity and type of TBI, Brain Injury, 16(8), 729-740.
  44. McKeever C. & Schatz P. (2002). Current issues in the assessment and management of sports related concussion. Applied Neuropsychology, 10(1), 4-11.
  45. Hillary F, Moelter S, Schatz P & Chute DL. (2001). Seatbelts Contribute to Location of Lesion in Moderate to Severe Closed Head Trauma. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 16(2), 165-175.
  46. Moser, RS & Schatz P. (2001). Enduring Effects of Concussion in Youth Athletes. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 17(1), 81-90.
  47. Schatz P. (2001). Commentary on: Psychometric concerns in Neuropsychological Testing. NeuroRehabilitation, 16(4), 303.
  48. Schatz P, Hughes L, & Chute DL. (2001). Under-utilization of neuropsychology in traumatic brain injury rehabilitation: is managed care to blame? NeuroRehabilitation, 16(4), 281-287.
 
 Book Chapters

  1. Schatz, P. (2012). Computer instrumentation issues in sport concussion assessment. In R. Echemendia & G. Iverson (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Sport-related Concussion. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
  2. Schatz, P. (2011). Computerized neuropsychological assessment in sport. In F. Webbe (Ed.) The Handbook of Sport Neuropsychology. (pp. 173-186). New York, NY: Springer.
  3. Schatz, P., Ruocco, A.C., Medaglia, J. & Chute, D.L. (2008). Observing neural networking in vivo. In L. Benjamin (Ed.) Favorite Activities for the Teaching of Psychology. (pp. 46-50). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  4. Schatz, P. & Hillary, F.G. (2008). Epidemiological overview of motor vehicle collisions and driving deficits with neurologically impaired populations. In M. Schultheis & J. DeLuca (Eds.) Handbook for the Assessment of Driving Capacity. (pp. 59-69). Elsevier.
  5. Schatz, P., Covassin, T. (2006) Assessing the College Athlete. In R. Echemendia (Ed.) Sports Neuropsychology: A Clinical Primer. Guilford Publications.
  6. Schatz, P. (2005). Applications of technology to assessment and intervention with older adults. In S. Bush and T. Martin (Eds.) (pp. 85-96) Geriatric Neuropschology. Swets & Zeitlinger Publishers.
  7. Schatz, P. (2005). Ethical Challenges with the use of Information Technology and Telecommunications in Neuropsychology. In S. Bush (Ed.) Casebook of Ethical Challenges in Neuropsychology. (pp. 190-198) Swets & Zeitlinger Publishers.
  8. Chute, D.L., & Schatz, P. (1998). Observing neural networking in vivo. In L. Benjamin, et. al. (Eds.) Activities Handbook for the Teaching of Psychology, Volume 4. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
 
 Encyclopedia Entries
(In J. Kreutzer, J. DeLuca, B. Caplan (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Clinical Neuropsychology. Springer Science)
  1. Dynamic assessment. pp. 905.
  2. Repeatable Brief Assessment of Neuropsychological Status (RBANS), pp. 2155-2156.
  3. Mini-mental status exam (MMSE), pp. 1627-1629.
  4. Forced-choice testing, pp. 1067.
  5. Dual simultaneous stimulation, pp. 894-895.
  6. Finger Tapping Test, pp. 1050-1051.
 
 Published Abstracts
  1. Wojtowicz M, Iverson G, Resch JE, Schatz P, Rayford M, Maxwell BA, Zafonte R, Berkner P. (2015). Factors associated with invalid scores on baseline neurocognitive testing in athletes. Arch Clin Neuropsychol, 30(6), 505.
  2. Schatz P, Karpf R, Rush E, Scolaro Moser R. (2014). Prevalence of concussion, Post-concussion assessments, and days to medical clearance in high school students. Arch Clin Neuropsychol, 29(6):591-2. doi: 10.1093/arclin/acu038.229.
  3. Ferris C, Schatz P. (2014). New iPad version of ImPACT is resistant to "sandbagging". Arch Clin Neuropsychol, 29(6):591
  4. Ott S, Blake M, Villanyi E, Schatz P. (2014). Bilingual Spanish speakers perform significantly better on ImPACT in English than Spanish. Arch Clin Neuropsychol, 29(6):572. doi: 10.1093/arclin/acu038.182.
  5. Schatz P. & Ferris C. (2012). One-month test-retest reliability of ImPACT. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 27, 622-623.
  6. Glatts C. & Schatz P. (2012). "Sandbagging" baseline concussion testing on ImPACT is more difficult than it appears. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 27, 621.
  7. Elbin RJ, Kontos AP, Schatz P, Covassin T, Pardini J, Collins MW. (2012). New concussion symptoms factors: Age and sex differences among high school and college athletes. Med & Sci in Sport & Exercise 44(5), S265.
  8. Schatz, P. & Cameron, N. (2011). The effects of technology-related and software-related factors on neurocognitive baseline test performance using ImPACT. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 26, 521.
  9. Schatz, P. & Smith, A. (2010). The importance of screening for post-concussion motor symptoms. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 25, 538
  10. Schatz, P., Gibney, B., & Leitner, D. (2009). Validation of millisecond timing accuracy in microcomputers. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 24, 538.
  11. Schatz, P., Neidzwski, K., & Moser, R. (2009). Athlete's subjective feedback on baseline neurocognitive testing is related to decreased performance. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 24, 502.
  12. Schatz, P., Pardini, JE., Lovell MR & Strauser, R. (2009). Discriminating between concussed and non-concussed high school athletes using ImPACT. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 24, 503.
  13. Sucharski, N.M., & Schatz, P. (2006). Assessing effort on baseline testing by athletes and normal controls using WMT and ImPACT. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 21(6), 543.
  14. Jay, K. & Schatz, P. (2006). Helmet use among Pennsylvania motorcyclists: Cognitive dissonance among non-helmet wearers? Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 21(6), 534.
  15. Sucharski, N.M. & Schatz, P. (2005). Relationship between poor effort and baseline performance on ImPACT. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 20(7), 894.
  16. Kaminaris, C.I. & Schatz, P. (2005). Gender differences in recovery trajectories following sports-related concussion in college athletes. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 20(7), 914.
  17. Schatz, P., Lovell, M.R., Collins, M.W., Moritz, K., Bradley, J.P. (2004). Sensitivity and specificity of the impact test battery in athlete' concussion status. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 38,661.
  18. Covassin, T., McKeever, C., Sachs, M., Schatz, P., & Zillmer, E. (2004). Implementation of the Philadelphia Sports Concussion Project: A model for neuropsychologists and certified Athletic trainers in the rehabilitation of sport concussions. Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology,S-104.
  19. Kanauss, K., Schatz, P., Rosenstein, L. & Puente, A. (2003). Effect of Managed Care on the Practice of Clinical Neuropsychology. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 18(7), 791.
  20. Ayala, J., Jefferson, A., Cosentino, S., Kelley, R., Lippa, C., Koffler, S., Littlefield, L., Schatz, P. & Chute, D. (2003). Validation of a Computerized Cognitive Assessment Tool: Assessing the Locked In Patient. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 18(7), 773.
  21. Schneider, J., McKeever, C., Covassin, T., Sachs, M., Wait, S., Clayborne, J., Schatz, P. & Zillmer, E. (2003). The evaluation of pre- and post- measures of emotional indices associated with sports-related concussion. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 18(7), 747-748.
  22. McKeever, C., Schneider, J., Covassin, T., Sachs, M., Neva, C., Kendzior, S., Schatz, P. & Zillmer, E. (2003). The assessment of baseline neuropsychological functioning among collegiate athletes: The relevance of concussion history and concussion severity. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 18(7), 775-776.
  23. Schatz, P., Covassin, T., McKeever, C., Palumbo, J., Zillmer, E. & Sachs, M. (2003). History of Concussion and Baseline Test Performance for Collegiate Club Sport versus Varsity Athletes. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 18(7), 747.
  24. Hillary, F., Mann, C., Schatz, P. (2002). Increased risk for concussion in female athletes. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 17(8), 768.
  25. Kanauss, K., Schatz, P. (2002). Current trends in the practice of clinical neuropsychology: Practice patterns, referral sources, and effects of managed care. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 17(8), 842.
  26. Lowry, J., Giovanetti, T., Schatz, P., Nagele, D., Chute, D. (2002) The relationship between verbal learning patterns, injury severity, and employability following traumatic brain injury. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 17(8), 776.
  27. McKeever, C., Covassin, T., Schatz, P., Sachs, M., Zillmer, E. (2002). Determining a schedule for serial post-concussion assessments: The Philadelphia Sports Concussion Program. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 17(8), 772.
  28. Schatz, P., Putz, B. (2002). Use of reliable change indices, correlation coefficients, and dependent samples t-tests to document the stability of computerized assessment measures over a 1-year period. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 17(8), 851.
  29. Hillary, F., Schatz, P., Moelter, S., Lowry, J. & Chute, D.L. (2001). Motor vehicle collision types and brain injury: Objects in the rear view mirror may be more dangerous that they appear. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 16(8), 753.
  30. Schatz, P. & Kyle, K. (2001). Revisiting the utility of PIQ and VIQ to measure lateralization and functional recovery following acquired brain injury. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 16(8), 756.
  31. Schatz, P. & MacNamara, K. (2001). Enduring effects of previous concussion in college freshmen and sophomores. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 16(8), 746.
  32. Hillary, F., Schatz, P., Newman, H. & Chute DL . (2000). Vehicular factors affect injury location, severity and outcome. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 15(8)827-828.
  33. Schatz, P., Hughes, L. & Chute DL. (2000). Factors affecting who receives neuropsychological testing following moderate-to-severe TBI. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology. 15(8), 820-821.
  34. Gardner, W., Schatz, P., Hillary, F. & Chute, D. (1999). The effect of behavioral, personality and emotional changes after brain injury on caregiver relationships. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 14(8), 779.
  35. Hillary, F., Schatz, P., Moelter, S. & Chute, D. (1999). Effect of cause of injury on lesion location, injury severity and outcome following traumatic brain injury. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 14(1), 32-33.
  36. Moelter, S., Schatz, P. & Chute, D. (1999). Quality of signature as a measure of outcome following traumatic brain injury. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 14(1), 35-36.
  37. Moelter, S., Schatz, P., Hillary, F. & Chute, D. (1999). Evaluation of post-acute rehabilitation status in traumatic brain injury: Discrepancies in client ratings between facility-based and independent case managers. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 14(7), 615.
  38. Schatz, P. & Browndyke, J. (1999). Trends in computer usage and means of obtaining CE credits among professional psychologists. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 14(1), 159
  39. Schatz P. & Chute, D. (1999). Efficacy of neuropsychological evaluations in long-term rehabilitation. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 14(1), 155.
  40. Schatz, P., Moelter, S. & Fragnito, M. (1999). Computer-based assessment of malingering: response requirement effects. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 14(8), 747.
  41. Hillary, F., Schatz, P., & Chute, D.L. (1998). The effect of seat belt usage on location of brain injury. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 13(1), 141-142.
  42. Horowitz, T., Schatz, P., & Chute, D.L. (1997). Trends in neuropsychological test usage. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 12(4), 338-339.
  43. Schatz, P. Hillary, F. & Chute, D.L. (1997). Predicting functional outcome with Disability Rating Scale scores following primary rehabilitation: What you see is what you get. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 13(1), 147-148.
  44. Schatz, P. & Chute, D.L. (1996). Predicting level of independence following moderate and severe traumatic brain injury. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 11(5), 444-445.
 
 Other Publications

  1. Chute, D. L. & Schatz, P. (2000) Current Functional Ability Rating (C-FAR) for individuals with acquired cognitive deficits, autism, and other neuropsychological impairments. Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare.
  2. Schatz, P & Chute, D.L. (2000). Neuroanatomy and Medical Neurosciences, Version 4.2. Philadelphia, PA: National Academy of Neuropsychology.
  3. Schatz, P. & Chute, D.L. (2000). Mild Traumatic Brian Injury, Version 2.1. Philadelphia, PA: National Academy of Neuropsychology.
  4. Schatz, P. (2000). Traumatic Brain Injury Demographics. In P. Schatz and D.L. Chute (Eds.) Mild Traumatic Brian Injury. Philadelphia, PA: National Academy of Neuropsychology.
  5. Schatz, P. & Barth, J.T. (2000). Assessment of Outcome following TBI. In P. Schatz and D.L. Chute (Eds.) Mild Traumatic Brian Injury. Philadelphia, PA: National Academy of Neuropsychology.
  6. Schatz, P. & Barth, J.T. (2000). Assessment of Severity of TBI and Functional Outcome Measures. In P. Schatz and D.L. Chute (Eds.) Mild Traumatic Brian Injury. Philadelphia, PA: National Academy of Neuropsychology.
  7. Chute, D. L. & Schatz, P. (1999) Current Functional Ability Rating (C-FAR) in the Pennsylvania Head Injury Program. Pennsylvania Department of Health.

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