Research Posters, Publications & Presentations

Our highly educated professionals continue to be published for their wide range of clinical expertise and innovative research. Please check with us regularly to learn the latest results of their studies and learn more about developments in brain injury rehabilitation.

  • Belen, K.E. (2013).  Using Language and Culture as Tools to Reduce Cost and Improve Outcome Following Brain Injury.  Paradigm Summit West. San Diego, CA

  • Judd, T.,Cruz-Laureano, D., Belen, K., Masten Hoese, V., Pineda, A. Radosteva, A. (2013).  Ehtics and Models of Neuropsychological Assessment of Non-English Speakers.  National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Conference.  San Diego, California.

  • Zgaljardic D.J., Oden K.E., Dickson S., Plenger P.M., Lambert M.E., Miller R. (2013). Naming Test of the Neuropsychological Assessment Battery: Reliability and Validity in a Sample of Patients with Acquired Brain Injury. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology. Epub 2013 May 27.

  • Brenske, S., Stewart, D., Capriotti, C. (2013). A Simple Procedure to Improve Ambulation of an Adult with a Brain Injury. Poster session presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis International 39th Annual Convention, Minneapolis, MN.

  • Capriotti, C., Capriotti, M., Brenske, S. (2013). Use of Precision Teaching Methodology in the Rehabilitation of a Bilingual Male with a Brain Injury. Poster session presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis International 39th Annual Convention, Minneapolis, MN.

  • Hayden, M.E., Plenger, P., Bison, K., Kowalske, K., Masel, B., Qualls, D. (2013). Treatment Effect Versus Pretreatment Recovery in Persons With Traumatic Brain Injury: A Study Regarding the Effectiveness of Postacute Rehabilitation. PM&R. 5(4), 319-327.

  • Bison, K. & Tsaousides, T. (2013, February). Families need treatment too: Best practices and interventions. Presented at the Rehabiltiation Psychology 15th Annual Conference, Jacksonville, FL.

  • Bison, K. (2012). Factors associated with response to post-acute brain injury rehabilitation following severe traumatic brain injury. Poster session presented at the 14th Annual Rehabilitation Psychology Conference, Fort Worth, TX.

  • Bison, K., Dickson, S., Qualls, D. (2012).  A Theoretical Model for Outcome Prediction in Post-Acute TBI Rehabilitation.  Poster session presented at the NABIS Tenth Annual Conference on Brain Injury, Miami, FL.

  • Cloud, M, et al (2012). Left Hemisphere Biomarkers of Aphasic Recovery from Cerebral Vascular Accident Using Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy.  Poster session presented at 2012 Biomedical Optical Engineers Texas Symposium, College Station, TX.

  • Cloud, M., Downum, J. Liu, H., Plenger, P. (2012).  Assessing Vulnerability to Distraction Following Traumatic Brain Injury using Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy.  Poster session presented at the NABIS Tenth Annual Conference on Brain Injury, Miami, FL.

  • Dickson, S. (2012). Changes in brain activity associated with treatment and recovery of aphasia: A functional near infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) study.  Poster session presented at the Santa Clara Valley Brain Injury Conference, San Jose, CA.

  • Dickson, S. (2012). The relationship of an environmentally-based outcome measurement system with the Mayo-Portland Adaptability Inventory-4. Poster session presented at the 2012 Brain Injury Summit: A meeting of the minds, Beaver Creek, CO.

  • Hayden, M.E., Moreault, A.M., LeBlanc, J., Plenger, P. (2000).  Reducing level of handicap in traumatic brain injury:  an environmentally based model of treatment.  Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 15(4), 1000-1021.

  • Kowalske, K., Plenger, P., Lusby, B., Hayden, M.E. (2000).  Vocational reentry following TBI:  an enablement model.  Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,15(4), 989-999.

  • LeBlanc, J., Hayden, M.E. (2000).  Issue editors for special issue on Ecological validity in traumatic brain injury.  Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,15(4).

  • LeBlanc, J. M., Hayden, M.E., & Paulman, R. G. (2000).  A comparison of neuropsychological and situational assessment for predicting employability after closed head injury. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, August 2000, 15(4), 1022-1040.

  • Hart, T., Hayden, M. E., & McDowell, J.  (1988).  Rehabilitation of severe brain injury:  When you stick to the facts, you cut the losses.  In M. E. Miner and K. E. Wagner (Eds.), Neurotrauma:  Treatment, Rehabilitation, and Related Issues, No 2. Stoneham, MA:  Butterworths.

  • Hayden, M.E. (1997).  Mild traumatic brain injury: A primer for understanding its impact on employee return to work.  AAOHN Journal, 45(12), 635-645.

  • Hayden, M. E., & Hart, T. (1986).  Rehabilitation of cognitive and behavioral dysfunction in head injury.  In L. G. Peterson and G. J. O’Shanick (Eds.), Psychiatric Aspects of Trauma, (pp. 194-229).  Basel:  S. Karger.

  • Hart, T., & Hayden, M. E. (1986).  The ecological validity of neuropsychological assessment and remediation.  In B. P. Uzzell and Y. Gross (Eds.), Clinical Neuropsychology of Intervention, (pp. 21-50) Boston: Martinus Nijhoff.