VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY

TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY MODEL SYSTEM

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Journal Articles published by VCU TBI Model System faculty

In Press:

Niemeier, J.P. (in press). Unique emotional responses of women with disabilities.Disability and Rehabilitation.

Niemeier, J.P., Marwitz, J.H., Lesher, K., Walker, W., & Bushnik, T. (in press). Gender differences in executive functions following traumatic brain injury. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation.

2007

Arango, J.C. & Niemeier, J.P. (2007). Special Issue: Cultural issues in the rehabilitation of traumatic brain injury survivors: Recent research and new frontiers. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,22(2), 73-74.

Arrango, J.C., Rosenthal, M., DeLuca, J., Cifu, D.X., Hanks, R., & Komaroff, E. (2007). Functional outcomes from inpatient rehabilitation after traumatic brain injury: How do Hispanics fare?Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,88, 11-18.

Englander, J.,Cifu, D.X., & Tran. T.T. (2007). The Older Adult. In N.D Zasler, D.I. Katz & R.D. Zafonte (Eds.),Brain injury medicine: Principles and practice(pp. 315-332).New York, Demos Medical Publishing.

Hart, T., O’Neil-Pirozzi, T., Williams, K., Hammond, F., & Kreutzer, J. (2007). Racial differences in caregiving patterns, caregiver emotional function, and sources of emotional supporting following brain injury.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,22(2), 122-131.

Kreutzer, J., Marwitz, J., Hsu, N., Williams, J., & Riddick, A. (2007). Marital Stability after Brain Injury: An Investigation and Analysis.NeuroRehabilitation,22(1), 53-59.

Niemeier, J.P. & Arango, J.C. (2007). Toward improved practice competency in rehabilitation services for ethnically diverse survivors of traumatic brain injury.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,22(2), 75-84.

Taylor, L.A., Livingston, L.A., & Kreutzer, J.S. (2007). Neuropsychological assessment and treatment of TBI. In N.D. Zasler, D.I. Katz, & R.D. Zafonte (Eds.),Brain injury medicine: Principles and practice(pp. 791-813). New York, Demos Medical Publishing.

Wehman, P., Targett, P., Yasuda, S., McManus, S., & Briel, L. (2007). Helping persons with traumatic brain injury of minority origin: Improve career and employment outcomes.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,22(2), 95-104.

2006

Cifu, D.X.,Kreutzer, J.S, Slater, D., & Taylor, L. (2006). Issues in Brain Injury Rehabilitation. In Braddom R (ed.)Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 3rdEdition (pp. 1133-1174). Philadelphia: Saunders.

Johnston, M., Shawaryn, M., Malec, J., Kreutzer, J., & Hammond, F. (2006). The structure of functional and community outcomes following traumatic brain injury.Brain Injury,20(4), 391-407.

Lew, H.L., Lin, P.H., Fuh, J.L., Wang, S.J., Clark, D.J., & Walker, W.C. (2006). Characteristics and treatment of headache after traumatic brain injury: A focused review.American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,85, 619-27.

Sherwin, L., Whiteneck, G., Corrigan, J., Bedell, G., Brown, M., Abreu, B., DePompei, R., & Kreutzer, J. (2006). Domains of a TBI minimal data set: Community reintegration phase. BrainInjury,20(4), 383-389.

Kennedy, R.E., Livingston, L., Marwitz, J.H., Gueck, S., Kreutzer, J.S., & Sander, A.M. (2006). Complicated mild traumatic brain injury on the inpatient rehabilitation unit: A multi-center analysis. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,21, 260-271.

Frankel, J., Marwitz, J., Cifu, D., Kreutzer, J., Englander, J., & Rosenthal, M. (2006). A follow-up study of older adults with traumatic brain injury: Taking into account decreasing length of stay.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,87, 57-62.

Niemeier, J. P., Taylor, L. A., & Kreutzer, J. S. (2006). An acute post-traumatic brain injury treatment intervention: FANCI (First Steps Acute Neurocognitive and Behavioral Intervention). Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,21, 431-432.

Walker, W., Marwitz, J.H., Kreutzer, J.S., Hart, T., & Novack, T. (2006). Occupational categories and return to work after traumatic brain injury: A multi-center study.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,87,1576-1582.

2005

Brown, A.W., Malec, J.F.,McClelland, R.L.,Diehl, N.N.,Englander, J., &Cifu, D.X. (2005). Clinical elements that predict outcome after traumatic brain injury: A prospective multicenter recursive partitioning (decision-tree) analysis.Journal of Neurotrauma,22(10), 1040-1051.

Kennedy, R., Livingston, L., Riddick, A., Marwitz, J., Kreutzer, J., & Zasler, N. (2005). Evaluation of the Neurobehavioral Functioning Inventory as a depression screening tool after traumatic brain injury.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,20(6), 512-526.

Kreutzer, J.S., Taylor, L.A., & Livingston, L.A. (2005).Recovering Relationships after Brain Injury: The Essential Guide. Richmond, VA: National Resource Center for Traumatic Brain Injury.

Niemeier, J., Kreutzer, J., & Taylor, L.A. (2005). Acute cognitive and neurobehavioral intervention for individuals with acquired brain injury: Preliminary outcome data.Neuropsychological Rehabilitation,15(2), 129-146.

Walker, W.C., Seel, R.T., Curtiss, G. & Warden, D.L. (2005). Headache after moderate and severe traumatic brain injury: a longitudinal analysis.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,86, 1793-1800.

West, D., & Niemeier, J. P. (2005).Memory Matters: Strategies for Managing Everyday Memory Problems. Richmond, VA: National Resource Center for Traumatic Brain Injury.

Wehman, P., Targett, P., West, M., & Kregel, J. (2005).Productive work and employment for persons with traumatic brain injury: what have we learned after 20 years?Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,20, 115-127.

2004

Cifu, D.X. (2004).Utility of Head CT scans in functional decline late after traumatic brain injury.American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,83(4), 315.

Duong, T.T., Englander, J., Wright, J., Cifu, D.X., Greenwald, B.D., & Brown, A.W. (2004). Relationship between strength, balance, and swallowing deficits and outcome after traumatic brain injury: A multicenter analysis.Archives of Physical Medicine andRehabilitation,85, 1291-1297.

Fann, J.R., Kennedy, R.E., & Bombardier, C. (2004). Physical medicine and rehabilitation. In J.L. Levenson (Ed.).Textbook of Psychosomatic Medicine(pp. 787-826). Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press.

Kreutzer, J.S., & Taylor, L.A. (2004).Brain Injury Family Intervention: Implementation manual. Richmond, VA: The National Resource Center for Traumatic Brain Injury.

Niemeier, J.P., Kennedy, R.E., McKinley, W.O., & Cifu, D.X. (2004). The Loss Inventory: A measure of emotional and cognitive responses to disability.Disability Rehabilitation,26, 614-623.

Niemeier, J. P., Kreutzer, J. S., & Taylor, L. (2004).First Steps Neurobehavioral and Cognitive Intervention Program: Implementation Manual. Richmond, VA: National Resource Center for Traumatic Brain Injury.

Taylor, L.A., Kreutzer, J.S., Livingston, L.A., & Riddick, A. (2004). The role of the pediatric neuropsychologist in life care planning. In S. Riddick-Grisham (Ed.),Pediatric Life Care Planning and Case Management(pp. 93-116). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

Trzepacz, P.T., & Kennedy, R.E. (2004). Delirium. In J.M. Silver & S.C. Yudofsky (Eds.).Neuropsychiatry of Traumatic Brain Injury, 2nd Edition (pp. 175-200). Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press.

Walker, W.C. (2004). Pain pathoetiology after TBI: Neural and non-neural mechanisms.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,19, 72-81.

Walker, W.C., Seel, R., Gibellato, M., Lew, H., Cornis-Pop, M., Jena, T., & Silver, T. (2004). The effects of Donepezil on traumatic brain injury acute rehabilitation outcomes.Brain Injury,18, 739-750.

2003

Burnett, D., Kolakowsky-Hayner, S.A., Slater, D., Cifu, D.X., Stringer, A., Zafonte, R., & Bushnik, T. (2003). Ethnographic analysis of minority vs. non-minority traumatic brain injury patients utilizing the national model system database.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,84, 263-267.

Bushnik, T., Hanks, R., Kreutzer, J., & Rosenthal, M. (2003). Etiology of traumatic brain injury: Characterization of differential outcomes up to one year postinjury.Archives of Physical Medicineand Rehabilitation,84, 255-62.

Cifu, D., Kreutzer, J., Kolakowsky-Hayner, S., Marwitz, J., & Englander, J. (2003). Relationship between therapy intensity and rehabilitation outcomes after traumatic brain injury: A multi-center analysis.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,84(10), 1433-1440.

Cifu, D.X., & Ericksen, J. (2003). Bridging the gap: Subacute and day rehab programs fill an important therapeutic role for people with TBI.Advance for Directors in Rehabilitation,12(1), 53-56.

Englander, J., Cifu, D.X., Wright, J.M., & Black, K. (2003). The association of early computed tomography scan findings and ambulation, self-care, and supervision needs at rehabilitation discharge and 1 year after traumatic brain injury.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,84, 214-220.

Englander, J., Bushnik, T., Duong, T.T., Cifu, D.X., Zafonte, R., Wright, J., Hughes, R. & Bergman, W. (2003). Analyzing risk factors for late post-traumatic seizures: A prospective, multicenter investigation.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,84, 365-373.

Foxx-Orenstein, A., Kolakowsky-Hayner, S.A., Marwitz, J.H., Cifu, D.X., Dunbar, A., Englander, J., & Francisco, G. (2003). Incidence, risk factors, and outcomes of fecal incontinence after acute brain injury: Findings from the traumatic brain injury model systems national database.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,84, 231-237.

Hanks, R., Wood, D., Millis, S., Harrison-Felix, Pierce, C., Rosenthal, M., Bushnik, T., High, W., & Kreutzer, J. (2003). Violent traumatic brain injury: Occurrence, patient characteristics, and risk factors from the traumatic brain injury model systems project.Archives of Physical Medicineand Rehabilitation,84,249-254.

Hart, T., Whyte, J., Polansky, M., Millis, S., Hammond, F., Sherer, M., Bushnik, T., Hanks, R., & Kreutzer, J. (2003). Concordance of patient and family report of neurobehavioral symptoms one year following traumatic brain injury.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,84, 204-213.

Hess, D., Marwitz, J., & Kreutzer, J. (2003). Neuropsychological impairments after spinal cord injury: A comparative study with mild brain injury.Rehabilitation Psychology,48, 151-156.

Kreutzer, J., Livingston, L., Taylor, L., & West, D. (2003). Scientific case planning.Advance,7, 30.

Kreutzer, J., Marwitz, J., Walker, W., Sander, A, Sherer, M., Bogner, J., Fraser, R., & Bushnik, T. (2003). Moderating factors in return to work and job stability after traumatic brain injury.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,18(2), 128-138.

Kreutzer, J.S., Marwitz, J.H., West, D.D., Livingston, L.A., & Taylor, L.A. (2003).The Neuropsychological Assessment Kit – Third Edition. Richmond, VA: The National Resource Center for Traumatic Brain Injury.

Niemeier, J. P., Burnett, D. M., & Whitaker, D. (2003). Cultural competence in the rehabilitation setting: Are we falling short of meeting needs?Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,84, 1240-1245.

Seel, R., & Kreutzer, J. (2003). Depression after brain injury: An empirically based classification method.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,84(11), 1621-1628.

Seel, R., Kreutzer, J., Rosenthal, M., Hammond, F., Corrigan, J., & Black, K. (2003). Depression after traumatic brain injury: A NIDRR model systems multi-center investigation.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,84, 177-84.

Taylor, L., Kreutzer, J., & West, D. (2003). Evaluation of malingering cut-off scores for the Rey 15-item test: A brain injury case study series.Brain Injury,17(4), 295-308.

Taylor, L., Kreutzer, J., Demm, S., & Meade, M. (2003). Traumatic brain injury and substance abuse: A review and analysis of the literature.Neuropsychological Rehabilitation,13,165-188.

Wehman, P., Kregel, J., Keyser-Marcus, L., Sherron-Targett, P., Campbell, L., West, M., & Cifu, D.X. (2003). Supported employment for persons with traumatic brain injury: A preliminary investigation of long-term follow-up costs and program efficiency.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,84,192-196.

2002

Black, K.L., Hanks, R.A., Zafonte, R.D., Cullen, N., Cifu, D.X., Englander, J., & Francisco, G.E. (2002). Blunt versus penetrating violent brain injury: frequency and factors associated with secondary conditions and complications.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,17(6):489-496.

Bricout, J., & Wehman, P. (2002). Business alliances through supported employment. In P. Wehman (Ed.),Supported Employment in Business: Expanding the Capacity of Workers with Disabilities. (pp.47-57).St. Augustine, FL: TRN Publications.

Keyser-Marcus, L., Bricout, J., Wehman, P., Campbell, L., Cifu, D.X., Englander, J., High, W., & Zafonte, R. (2002). Acute predictors of return to employment following traumatic brain injury: A longitudinal follow-up.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,83, 635-41.Kolakowsky-Hayner, S. A. & Kreutzer, J. S. (2002). Cognitive rehabilitation. In V. S. Ramachandran (Ed.).Encyclopedia of the Human Brain(Vol. 1., pp. 855-861). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.

Kolakowsky-Hayner, S., Gourley, E., Kreutzer, J., Marwitz, J., Meade, M., & Cifu, D. (2002). Post-injury substance abuse among persons with brain injury and persons with spinal cord injury.Brain Injury,16(7), 583-592.

Kreutzer, J., Kolakowsky-Hayner, S., Demm, S., & Meade, M. (2002). A structured approach to family intervention after brain injury.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,17(4), 349-367.

Niemeier, J. P. (2002). Visual imagery training for patients with visual perceptual deficits following right hemisphere cerebrovascular accidents: A case study presenting the Lighthouse Strategy.Rehabilitation Psychology,47, 426-437.

Niemeier, J. P., & Hess, D. W. (2002). The Loss Inventory: A measure of emotional responses to disability. In Selected division 22 symposia and paper/poster presentations from the Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association (August 22-25, 2002).Rehabilitation Psychology,47, 368-369.

Parent, W., Wehman, & P., Bricout, J. (2002). Supported employment and natural supports. In P. Wehman (Ed.),Supported Employment in Business: Expanding the Capacity of Workers with Disabilities(pp. 93-112) St. Augustine, FL: TRN Publications.

Wehman, P., Bricout, J., Targett, P., & Johns, J. (2002). Traumatic brain injury and return to work. In P. Wehman (Ed.),Supported Employment in Business: Expanding the Capacity of Workerswith Disabilities(pp. 181-92). St. Augustine, FL: TRN Publications.

Walker, W.C.,& Sigford, B. (2002). Maximizing outcome in veterans with traumatic brain injury.Department of Veterans Affairs Magazine of Ambulatory and Primary Care, June Issue, 5-8.

Walker, W. C., Niemeier, J. P., & Targett, P. S. (2002). Tailoring total rehabilitation programs to individuals with brain injury.Long Term Care Interface,3, 22-27.

2001

Boake, C., Millis S., High W., Delmonico R., Kreutzer, J.S., Rosenthal, M., Sherer, M., & Ivanhoe, C. (2001). Using early neuropsychological testing to predict long-term productivity outcome from traumatic brain injury.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,82, 761-768.

Bricout, J.C. (2001). Making computer-mediated education responsive to the accommodation needs of students with disabilities.Journal of Social Work Education,37, 267-82.

Ericksen, J., Cifu, D.X., & Burnett D. (2001). The role of neuropharmacologic agents in return to work after traumatic brain injury.Brain Injury Source,5(1), 32-34.

Fraser, R.T., & Wehman, P. (2001). Vocational rehabilitation status in traumatic brain injury: The need for revitalizing energies and cohesive direction.Brain Injury Source,5(1): 22-23.

Greenwald, B.D., Cifu, D.X., Marwitz, J.H., Enders, L.J., Brown, A.W., Englander J., & Zafonte R.D. (2001). Factors associated with balance deficits on admission to rehabilitation after traumatic brain injury: A prospective, multicenter analysis.Journal of Head Trauma and Rehabilitation;16, 238-252.Kolakowsky-Hayner, S.A., & Kreutzer, J.S. (2001). Preinjury crime, substance abuse, and neurobehavioral functioning after traumatic brain injury.Brain Injury,15: 53-63.

Kolakowsky-Hayner, S.A., & Kreutzer, J.S. (2001). Return to work after traumatic brain injury: A self-directed approach.NeuroRehabilitation,16,41-48.

Kolakowsky-Hayner, S.A., Miner, K. D., & Kreutzer, J.S. (2001). Long-term life quality and family needs after traumatic brain injury.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,16(4), 1-15.Kreutzer, J.S., & Kolakowsky-Hayner, S.A. (2001). Family aspects of return to work after brain injury.Brain Injury Source,5(1), 20-21.

Kreutzer, J.S., Kolakowsky-Hayner, S.A., Ripley, D., Cifu, D. X., Rosenthal, M., Bushnik, T., Zafonte, R.,Englander, J. & High, W. (2001). Charges and lengths of stay for acute and inpatient rehabilitation treatment of traumatic brain injury 1990-1996.Brain Injury2001;15(9), 763-774.

Kreutzer, J. S., Seel, R. T., & Gourley, E. (2001). The prevalence and symptom rates of depression after traumatic brain injury: A comprehensive examination,Brain Injury,15(7), 563-576.

Marwitz, J.H., Cifu, D.X., Englander, J., & High, W.M. (2001). A multi-center analysis of rehospitalizations five years after brain injury.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,16(4):307-317.

Millis, S., Rosenthal, M., Novack, T., Sherer, M., Nick, T., M., Kreutzer, J.S., High, W., & Ricker, J. (2001). Long-term neuropsychological outcome following traumatic brain injury.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,16(4),343-355.

Niemeier, J. P. & Kreutzer, J.S. (2001).First Steps Toward Recovery From Brain Injury. Richmond, VA: The National Resource Center for Traumatic Brain Injury.

Niemeier, J. P. & Burnett, D. M. (2001). No such thing as ‘uncomplicated bereavement’ for patients in rehabilitation.Disability and Rehabilitation,23(15), 645-653.

Niemeier, J. P., Cifu, D. X., & Kishore, R. (2001). The Lighthouse Strategy: Improving the functional status of patients in acute brain injury rehabilitation with a visual imagery intervention.Topics inStroke Outcome,8(2), 10-18.

Slater, D., Burnett, D.M., Kolakowsky-Hayner, S.A., & Cifu, D.X. (2001). Ethnographic analysis of minority versus nonminority patients with traumatic brain injury using the national model systems database.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,82(9),1302.

Targett, P.S, Yasuda, S., & West, M.D. (2001). Lessons in return to work following TBI: Case studies in long-term job retention.Brain Injury Source, (1), 28-30.

Wehman, P., Keyser-Marcus, L., West, M.D, Targett, P.S, & Bricout, J. (2001) Applications for youth with traumatic brain injury. In:P. Wehman (Ed).Life Beyond the Classroom: Transition Strategies for Young People with Disabilities. 3rd Edition, (pp. 449-490). Baltimore: Paul Brookes.

Wehman, P. (2001). People with traumatic brain injury helping themselves. (Guest Editorial).Brain Injury Source,5(1),6.

West, M.D: (2001). The changing landscape of return to work: Implications for supplemental security income and social security disability insurance beneficiaries with TBI.Brain Injury Source,5(1), 24-27.

Whyte, J., Cifu, D.X., Dikmen, S., & Temkin, N. (2001). Prediction of functional outcomes after traumatic brain injury: A comparison of two measures of duration of unconsciousness.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,82(9), 1355.

Yasuda S, Wehman, P., Targett, P., Cifu D.X., & West, M. (2001). Return to work for persons with traumatic brain injury: A review of literature.American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,80, 852-64.

Zafonte, R.D., Hanks, R., Wood, D.L., Black, K., Cullen, N., & Cifu, D.X. (2001) Neuromedical conditions and complications associated with violent traumatic brain injury.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,82(9),1301.

2000

Bricout, J.C., & Bentley, K.J. (2000) Disability status and perceptions of employability by employers.Social Work Research,24(2), 87-95.

Burnett, D.M., Silver, T.M., Kolakowsky-Hayner, S.A., & Cifu, D.X. (2000). Functional outcome for African-Americans and Hispanics treated at traumatic brain injury model systems center.Brain Injury,14(8), 713-718.

Huang, M.E., Cifu, D.X., & Marcus, L.K. (2000). Functional outcomes in patients with brain tumor after inpatient rehabilitation: Comparison with traumatic brain injury.American Journal of Physical Medicine,79(4), 327-335.

Johns, J.S., Thornton, R.M., Cifu, D.X., & Witkiewicz, P.M. (2000). Exercise, stretching combat heterotopic ossification.Journal of BioMechanics,7, 55-58.

Kolakowsky-Hayner, S. A., & Kreutzer, J.S. (2000). Family intervention after traumatic brain injury. In M. Grabois, S. Garrison, K. Hart, & L. Lehmkuhl (Eds.).Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: The Complete Approach(pp. 504-512). Malden, MA: Blackwell Science.

Kolakowsky-Hayner, S.A., Kreutzer, J.S., & Miner, D. (2000). Validation of the service obstacles scale for the traumatic brain injury population.NeuroRehabilitation,14, 151-158.

Kolakowsky-Hayner, S.A., & Kreutzer, J.S. (2000). Self-awareness and self-report issues in traumatic brain injury assessment.Brain Injury Source4(4), 22-25.

Kreutzer, J.S., West, D., & Gourley, G. (2000).The Brain Injury Source Book: Answers to Questions Most Often Asked by Family and Survivors. Richmond: The National Resource Center for Traumatic Brain Injury.

Kreutzer, J.S., Kolakowsky-Hayner, S.A. (2000). Laws of the house of rehab II: Practice fundamentals for improving therapeutic relationships and outcomes.NeuroRehabilitation,14, 41-51.

Ripley, D.L., Kreutzer, J.S., Kowlakowsky-Hayner, S., Cifu, D.X.(2000).Trends in charges and length of stay following traumatic brain injury.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,81, 1268.

Wehman, P., & Bricout, J. (2000). Supported employment and natural supports: A critique and analysis. In G. Revell, K.J. Inge, D. Mank, & P.Wehman (Eds.),The Impact of Supported Employment for People with Significant Disabilities: Preliminary Findings from the National Supported Employment Consortium. Virginia Commonwealth University Rehabilitation Research & Training Center on Workplace Supports. Richmond, VA: Author.

Wehman, P., & Bricout, J. (2000). Supported employment: Critical issues and new directions. In G. Revell, K.J. Inge, D. Mank, & P. Wehman (Eds.).The Impact of Supported Employment for People with Significant Disabilities: Preliminary Findings from the National Supported Employment Consortium. Virginia Commonwealth University Rehabilitation Research & Training Center on Workplace Supports. Richmond, VA: Author.

Wehman, P., Bricout, J., & Targett, P. (2000). Supported employment for persons with traumatic brain injury: A guide for implementation. In R. . Fraser and D.C. Clemmons (Eds.).Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation: Practical, Vocational, Neuropsychological and Psychotherapy Interventions(pp.201-240). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

Wehman, P., Brooke, V., West, M., Targett, P., Green H., Inge, K., & Kregel, J. (2000).Competitive employment for persons with disabilities overcoming obstacles. In:M. Grabois, S.J. Garrison, K.A. Hart, and L.D. Lehmkuhl, (Eds).Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: The Complete Approach.(pp. 725-732). Malden, MA: Blackwell Science;.

Wehman, P., Targett, P., Yasuda, S., & Brown, T. (2000).Return to work for individuals with traumatic brain injury and a history of substance abuse.NeuroRehabilitation,15, 71-77.

1999

Brokaw, J.P., Cifu, D.X., & Hardman, J.T. (1999). Four-extremity deep venous thrombosis on a brain injury rehabilitation unit: Case report.NeuroRehabilitation,13, 173-178.

Burnett, D.M., Kennedy, R.F., Cifu, D.X., & Levenson, J. (1999). Using atypical neuroleptic drugs to treat agitation in patients with a brain injury: A review.NeuroRehabilitation,13, 165-172.

Cifu, D.X. (1999). Concussion and neuropsychological performance in college football players. (Guest Editorial).Rehabilitation in Review,7(11), 1.

Cifu, D.X., Kreutzer, J.S., Marwitz, J.H., Miller, M., Hsu, G., Seel, R., Englander, J., High, W., & Zafonte, R. (1999). Etiology and incidence of rehospitalizations after traumatic brain injury: A multicenter analysis.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,80, 85-90.

Englander, J. & Cifu, D.X. (1999). Management of the geriatric patient. In M. Rosenthal, E. Griffith, J. Kreutzer, & B. Pentland, (Eds.).Rehabilitation of the Adult and Child with Traumatic Brain Injury(3rd Ed., pp. 453-470). Philadelphia: F. A. Davis.

Johns, J., Cifu, D.X., Keyser-Marcus, L., Jolles, P.R., & Fratkin, M.J. (1999). Impact of heterotopic ossification on functional outcome after TBI: A prospective analysis.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,14, 269-276.

Kolakowsky, S.A., & Kishore, R. (1999). Caregiver functioning after traumatic injury.NeuroRehabilitationitation,13, 27-33.

Kolakowsky-Hayner, S.A., Gourley, E., Kreutzer, J.S., Marwitz, J.H., Cifu, D.X., & McKinley, W.O. (1999). Preinjury substance abuse among persons with brain injury and persons with spinal cord injury.Brain Injury,13, 571-581.

Kreutzer, J.S. (1999). Commentary: Cognitive rehabilitation outcomes.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,14, 312-315.

Kreutzer, J.S., & Kolakowsky-Hayner, S. (1999). Laws of the house of rehab. A guide to managing psychological distress and promoting benefit from rehabilitation.NeuroRehabilitationitation,13, 91-102.

Kreutzer, J.S., & Kolakowsky-Hayner, S. (1999).Getting Better (and Better) After Brain Injury: A Guide for Families, Friends, and Caregivers. Richmond: The National Resource Center for Traumatic Brain Injury.

Kreutzer, J.S., Gourley, G., & West, D. (1999).Getting Better (and Better) After Brain Injury: A Guide for Survivors. Richmond: The National Resource Center for Traumatic Brain Injury.

Kreutzer, J.S., Kolakowsky-Hayner, S., & West, D. (1999).The Brain Injury Handbook: A guide for Rehabilitation Providers. Richmond: The National Resource Center for Traumatic Brain Injury.

Kreutzer, J.S., Kolakowsky-Hayner, S., West, D., & Gourley, G. (1999).The Brain Injury Work Book: A Guide for Working and Living Productively. Richmond: The National Resource Center for Traumatic Brain Injury.

Kreutzer, J.S., Sander A, Witol A. (1999). The supported employment model of vocational rehabilitation following brain injury. In P. Frommelt & H. Grotzbach (Eds.).NeuroRehabilitation. Berlin: Blackwell Wissenschafts-Verlag.

Kreutzer, J.S., Seel, R.T., & Marwitz, J.H. (1999).The Neurobehavioral Functioning Inventory (NFI). San Antonio, TX: The Psychological Corporation.

Nichols, S., Murphy, N., Keyser-Marcus, L., Deaton, A., & Cifu, D.X. (1999). Outcome of older pediatric and younger adult patients with traumatic brain injury: A matched analysis.Archives ofPhysical Medicine and Rehabilitation,80, 1123.

Parente, R., Kolakowsky-Hayner, S.A., Krug, K., & Wilks,C. Retraining working memory after traumatic brain injury.NeuroRehabilitation,13(3), 157-163.

Rosenthal, M., Griffith, E., Kreutzer, J.S., & Pentland, B. (Eds.). (1999).Rehabilitation of the Adult and Child with Traumatic Brain Injury(3rd Ed.).Philadelphia: F. A. Davis.

Sander, A., & Kreutzer, J.S. (1999). A holistic approach to family assessment after brain injury. In M. Rosenthal, E. Griffith, J. Kreutzer, J.S., & B. Pentland, B. (Eds.).Rehabilitation of the Adult and Child with Traumatic Brain Injury(3rd Ed., pp. 199-215). Philadelphia: F. A. Davis.

Sander, A., Fuchs, K., High, W., Hall, K., Kreutzer, J.S., & Rosenthal, M. (1999). Factor analysis and validity of the community integration questionnaire revisited.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,80, 1303-1308.

Wagner, R.H., Cifu, D.X., & Keyser-Marcus, L. (1999). Functional outcome of brain injured patients with lower extremity DVT.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,14, 558-566.

Wagner, R.H., Cifu, D.X., & Keyser-Marcus, L. (1999) Managing deep vein thrombosis after traumatic brain injury: Prevention, Treatment, and functional outcome.Journal of Biomechanics,6(5), 12-25.

Wagner, R.H., Cifu, D.X.,& Keyser-Marcus, L. (1999). Bypass DVT on the road to rehab.Journal of BioMechanics,5, 12-24.

Wehman, P., West, M., Johnson, A., & Cifu, D.X. (1999). Vocational rehabilitation for individuals with traumatic brain injury. In M. Rosenthal, E. Griffith, J.S. Kreutzer, & B. Pentland, B. (Eds.).Rehabilitation of the adult and child with traumatic brain injury(3rd ed., pp. 326-341). Philadelphia: F. A. Davis.

Witol, A., Kreutzer, J.S., & Sander, A. (1999). Emotional, behavioral, and personality assessment after traumatic brain injury. In M. Rosenthal, E. Griffith, J.S. Kreutzer, & B. Pentland, B. (Eds.).Rehabilitation of the Adult and Child with Traumatic Brain Injury(3rd Ed., pp. 167-182). Philadelphia: F. A. Davis.

Yasuda, S. (1999).An Indepth Annotated Bibliography of Return to Work for Persons with TBI: 1999-2000. VCU Rehabilitation Research and Training Center: Richmond, VA.

1998

Harrison- Felix, C., Zafonte, R., Mann, N., Dijkers, M., Englander, & J., Kreutzer, J.S. (1998). Violent and non-violent brain injury: Preliminary findings from the traumatic brain injury model systems.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,79(7),730-737.

Huang ME, Cifu, D.X., & Keyser-Marcus L: Comparing functional outcomes of brain tumor and acute traumatic brain injury. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 1998;79:1153.

Kreutzer, J.S., & Sander, A. (1998). Issues in brain injury evaluation and treatment.Rehabilitation Psychology,42(3),231-239.

McCombe K, & Cifu, D.X.: Rehabilitative management of the lower extremity after traumatic brain injury: Role of orthotic devices.Journal of BioMechanics,1998;3:6-13.

Niemeier, J. P. (1998). Brain patients follow beacon.Outer Banks Sentinel,3(32), 1.

Niemeier, J. P. (1998). The Lighthouse Strategy: Use of a visual imagery technique to treat visual inattention in stroke patients.Brain Injury,12(5), 399-406.

Stewart, D.G., Miller, M., & Cifu, D.X. (1998). Subacute rehabilitation after TBI.NeuroRehabilitation10,13-23.

Wagner, R.H., Cifu, D.X., & Keyser-Marcus, L. (1998). Functional outcome of brain injured patients with lower extremity DVT.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,79, 1147.

Wisor, D., Miller, M., & Kreutzer, J.S. (1998). Brain injury on-line: Accessing and using the Internet for consumer and health care professionals.NeuroRehabilitation,10(1),67-74.

1997

Carone, P.P., Cifu, D.X., Sander, A., Kreutzer, J.S. (1997). The impact of therapy intensity on length of stay and functional improvement following traumatic brain injury.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,78, 1029.

Cifu, D.X., Keyser-Marcus, L., Lopez, E., Wehman, P., Kreutzer, J.S., Englander, J., & High, W. (1997). Acute predictors of successful return to work one year after traumatic brain injury: A multicenter analysis.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,78, 125-131.

Gervasio, A., & Kreutzer, J.S. (1997). Kinship and family member’s psychological distress after traumatic brain injury: A large sample study.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,12(3), 14-26.

Johns, J.S., Cifu, D.X., Jolles, P.R., Fratkin, M.J. (1997) Impact of heterotopic ossification on functional outcome after traumatic brain injury: A prospective analysis.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,78,1029.

Kolakowsky, S.A. (1997). Improving cognition through the use of nutrients, drugs, and other cognitive-enhancing substances.Cognitive Technology,2(2), 44-54.

Kolakowsky, S.A., Parente, R. (1997). Nootropics, nutrients, and other cognitive enhancing substances for use in cognitive rehabilitation: A review and bibliography.The Journal of Cognitive Rehabilitation,15, 12-24.

Kreutzer, J.S., Sander, & Fernandez, C. (1997). Misperceptions, mishaps, and pitfalls in working with families after traumatic brain injury.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,12(6), 63-73.

Kreutzer, J.S., Seel, R., & Witol, A. (1997). Neuromuscular and somatic problems of postacute brain injury patients.Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation,9, 125-133.

Kreutzer, J.S., Witol, A., & Marwitz, J.H. (1997). Alcohol and drug use among young persons with traumatic brain injury. In E. Bigler, E. Clark, & J. Farmer (Eds.),Childhood Traumatic Brain Injury: Diagnosis, assessment, and intervention(pp. 63-77). Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.

Matthies, B., Kreutzer, J.S., & West, D. (1997).The Behavior Management Handbook: A Practical Approach to Patients with Neurological Disorders. San Antonio, TX: Psychological Corporation.

Sander, A., Kreutzer, J.S., & Fernandez, C. (1997). Neurobehavioral functioning, substance abuse, and employment after traumatic brain injury: Implications for vocational rehabilitation.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,12(5), 28-41.

Sander, A., Seel, R., Kreutzer, J.S., Hall, K., High, W., & Rosenthal, M. (1997). Agreement between persons with traumatic brain injury and their relatives regarding psychosocial outcomes using the Community Integration Questionnaire.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,78, 353-357.

Sander, A., Witol, A., & Kreutzer, J.S. (1997). Concordance of patients’ and caregivers’ reports of alcohol use after traumatic brain injury.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,78, 138-142.

Seel, R., Kreutzer, J.S., & Sander, A. (1997). Concordance of patients’ and family members’ ratings of neurobehavioral functioning after brain injury.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,78, 1254-1259.

Serio, C., Kreutzer, J.S., & Witol, A. (1997). Family needs after traumatic brain injury: A factor analytic study of the Family Needs Questionnaire.Brain Injury,11, 1-9.

Wehman, P., Sherron, P.D., West, M.D. (1997). Education for individuals with disabilities. In P. Wehman (Ed.),Exceptional Individuals in School, Community, and Work. Austin, TX: PRO-ED, 3-57.

Wehman, P. (1997). Transition from school to work for severely disabled youth.Exceptional Individuals. In J. Wood (Ed.). Dallas: Harcourt, Brace, pp. 412-482.

West, M., Wittig, K., Dowdy, V. (1997). Travel and mobility training: An essential component of increasing student choice and self-determination. In Wehman, P., Kregel J, editors,Teaching Independent Skills: Longitudinal Curriculum for Individuals with Special Needs. Austin, TX: PRO-ED, 185-196.

1996

Cifu, D.X. (1996). Brain injury rehabilitation (Letter to the editor).Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,77, 311.

Cifu, D.X., Craig E.C., & Rowland T.: NeuroMedical Considerations Affecting Return to Work in the Brain Injured Adult.Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation1996, 257-265.

Cifu, D.X., Kaelin D.K., & Wall B.E.: The incidence of deep venous thrombosis at admission to a brain injury rehabilitation program.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation1996;77:1182-5.

Cifu, D.X., Kreutzer, J.S., Marwitz, J.H., Rosenthal, M., Englander, J., & High, W. (1996).Medical and functional outcomes of older adults with traumatic brain injury: A prospective, multicenter analysis.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,77(9), 883-888.

Cifu, D.X., & McGowan, J.P. (1996). Managing older adults with brain injury.Advances in Rehabilitation,2, 56-59.

Englander, J., Cifu, D.X., Wright, J., Zafonte, R., Mann, N., Yablon, S., & Ivanhoe, C. (1996). The impact of acute complications, fractures, and motor deficits on functional outcome and length of stay after traumatic brain injury: A multicenter analysis.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,11(5), 15-26.

Hall, K., Mann, N., High, W., Wright, J., Kreutzer, J.S., & Wood, D. (1996). Functional measures after traumatic brain injury: Ceiling effects of FIM, FIM + FAM, DRS, and CIQ.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,11(5), 27-39.

Harrison-Felix, C., Newton, N., Hall, K., & Kreutzer, J.S. (1996). Descriptive findings from the traumatic brain injury model systems national database.Journal of Head TraumaRehabilitation,11(5), 1-14.

High, W., Hall, K., Rosenthal, M., Mann, N., Zafonte, R., Cifu, D.X., Boake, C., Bartha, M., Ivanhoe, C., Yablon, S., Newton, C., Sherer, M., Silver, B., & Lehmkuhl, D. (1996). Factors affecting hospital length of stay and charges following traumatic brain injury.Journal of Head TraumaRehabilitation,11(5), 85-96.

Kaelin, D.K., Cifu, D.X., & Matthies, B.K. (1996). Impact of a controlled trial of methylphenidate on attention deficit in the acutely brain injured adult.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,77, 6-9.

Kreutzer, J.S., Marwitz, J.H., Seel, R., & Serio, C. (1996). Validation of a neurobehavioral inventory for adults with traumatic brain injury.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,77, 116-124.

Kreutzer, J.S., & Witol, A. (1996). Supported employment as an option for return to competitive employment,i.e. Magazine,4(1), 8-11.

Kreutzer, J.S., Witol, A., & Marwitz, J.H. (1996). Alcohol and drug use among young persons with traumatic brain injury.Journal of Learning Disabilities,29(6), 643-651.

Kreutzer, J.S., Witol, A., Sander, A., Cifu, D.X., Marwitz, J.H., & Delmonico, R. (1996). A prospective, multicenter analysis of alcohol use patterns among persons with traumatic brain injury.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,11(5), 58-69.

Rosenthal, M., Dijkers, M., Harrison-Felix, C., Nabors, N., Witol, A., Young, M.E., & Englander, J. (1996). Impact of minority status on functional outcome and community integration following traumatic brain injury.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,11(5), 40-57.

Sander, A., Kreutzer, J.S., Rosenthal, M., Delmonico, R., & Young, M. (1996). A multicenter, longitudinal investigation of return to work and community integrationfollowing traumatic brain injury.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,11(5), 70-84.

Walker, W. C., Kreutzer, J.S., & Witol, A. (1996). Level of care options for the low functioning brain injury survivor.Brain Injury,10, 65-75.

Wehman, P., West, M., & Sherron, P. (1996). Applications for youth with traumatic brain injury. In Wehman, P.., editor,Life Beyond the Classroom: Transition Strategies for Young People with Disabilities, (2nd Ed.). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co. 445-479.

West, M. (1996). Promoting self-determination for individuals with severe disabilities in employment services. In Sands D., Wehmeyer M., (Eds.).Self-determination Across the Lifespan: Independence and Choice for People with Disabilities. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company. 311-328.

West, M., Gibson, K., & Unger, D. (1996). The role of the family in school-to-work transition of students with brain injuries. In G.H.S. Singer, A. Glang, J. Williams, (Eds.),Children with Acquired Brain Injuries: Educating and Supporting Families. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company. D. 197-220.

Witol, A., Sander, A., Seel, R., & Kreutzer, J.S. (1996). Long term neurobehavioral characteristics after brain injury: Implications for vocational rehabilitation.Journal of VocationalRehabilitation,7, 159-167.

Witol, A., Sander, A., & Kreutzer, J.S. (1996). A longitudinal analysis of family needs following traumatic brain injury.NeuroRehabilitation7, 175-187.

Wolf, A.P., Gleckman, A.D., Cifu, D.X., & Ginsburg, P.C. (1996). The prevalence of agitation and brain injury in skilled nursing facilities: A survey.Brain Injury,10, 241-245.

1995

Cifu, D.X., Anderson, J., & Lopez, E. (1995). Agitation in the older adult with traumatic brain injury.NeuroRehabilitation,5, 245-254.

Cifu, D.X., Kaelin, D.K., & Wall, B.E. (1995). Deep venous thrombosis in the acute brain injury rehabilitation setting.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,76, 1024.

Cifu, D.X., & Markowski, J.(1995). Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation: Philosophy, patient care issues and physiatric evaluation. In S. J. Garrison (Ed.),Handbook of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Basics(pp 1-12). Philadelphia, JB Lippincott.

Fraser, R.T., & Wehman, P. (1995). Traumatic brain injury rehabilitation: Issues in vocational outcome.NeuroRehabilitation,5, 39-48.

Groah, S., & Cifu, D.X. (1995). The Rehabilitation management of the traumatic brain injured multitrauma patient with associated femoral neuropathy.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,76, 399-401.

Groah, S.L., Miller, M.A., & Cifu, D.X. (1995). Developing a community-based disabled sports program.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,76, 1049.

Hayward, B., & Wehman, P. (1995). Assistive technology systems change. In K. Flippo, et al. (Eds.),Assistive Technology. Baltimore: Paul Brookes, Inc.

Herstein-Gervasio, A., & Matthies, B.K. (1995). Behavioral management of agitation in the brain-injured person.NeuroRehabilitation,5, 309-316.

Kreutzer, J.S., Marwitz, J.H., & Witol, A. (1995). Interrelationships between crime, substance abuse, and aggressive behavior among persons with traumatic brain injury.Brain Injury,9(8), 757-768.

Keyser, L., Witol, A.D., Kreutzer, J.S., & Rosenthal, M. (1995). A multicenter investigation of neurobehavioral outcome after traumatic brain injury.NeuroRehabilitation,5, 255-267.

Matthies, B.K. (1995). Clinical consult column.NeuroRehabilitation,5, 377-379.

Miller, M.A., Groah, S.L., & Cifu, D.X. (1995). Psychological benefit of a community-based adaptive ski program: A survey.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,76, 1073.

Morton, M.V., & Wehman, P. (1995). Psychosocial and emotional sequelae of individuals with traumatic brain injury.Brain Injury,9(1), 81-92.

Serio, C., Kreutzer, J.S., & Gervasio, A. (1995). Predicting family needs after traumatic brain injury: Implications for intervention.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,10(2), 32-45.

Wehman, P. & Kregel, J. (1995). Supported employment: At the crossroads.Journal of Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps.

Wehman, P., West, M., Kregel, J., Sherron, P., & Kreutzer, J.S. (1995). Return to work for persons with severe traumatic brain injury: A data-based approach to program development.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,10(1),27-39.

West, M. (1995). Aspects of the workplace and return to work for persons with brain injuries in supported employment.Brain Injury,9, 301-313.

West M.: Choice, self-determination, and VR services: Systemic barriers for consumers with severe disabilities.Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation1995;5, 281-290.

West M.: Supported employment. In A.E. Del, R. Orto, & P. Marinelli, (Eds.),Encyclopedia of Disability and RehabilitationNew York: MacMillan. 1995; 708-715.

West M., Barcus M., Brooke V., Rayfield R.G.: An exploratory analysis of self-determination of persons with disabilities.Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation1995;5, 357-364.

1994

Goodall, P., Lawyer, H., & Wehman, P. (1994). Vocational rehabilitation and traumatic brain injury: A legislative and public policy perspective.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,9(2), 62-81.

Kregel J., Parent, W., & West M.: The impact of behavioral deficits on employment retention: An illustration from supported employment.NeuroRehabilitation1994;4(1), 1-14.

Kreutzer, J.S., Devany, C., & Bergquist, S. (1994). Family needs following brain injury: A quantitative analysis.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,9(3), 104-115.

Kreutzer, J.S., Gervasio, A., & Camplair, P. (1994). Patient correlates of caregiver's distress and family functioning after traumatic brain injury.Brain Injury,8(3), 211-230.

Kreutzer, J.S., Gervasio, A., & Camplair, P. (1994). Primary caregiver's psychological status and family functioning after traumatic brain injury.Brain Injury,8(3), 197-210.

Lee, S., Zasler, N., & Kreutzer, J.S. (1994). Male pituitary dysfunction following severe traumatic brain injury.Brain Injury,8(6), 571-578.

Wehman, P., Booth, D., Stallard, D., Mundy, A., Sherron, P., West, M., & Cifu, D.X. (1994). Return to work for persons with traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury: Three case studies.International Journal of Rehabilitation Research,17, 268-277.

Wehman, P. & Kregel, J. (1994). Toward a national agenda for supported employment.Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation,4(4), 3-12.

Wehman, P. Kregel, J. West, M., & Cifu, D.X. (1994). Return to work for patients with traumatic brain injury: Analysis of costs.American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,73, 280-282.

West M., Kregel J., & Revell W.G.: Supported employment (or what passes for it) in America: Comments on Beyond the Workshop.Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation1994;4(4), 308-311.

1993

Cifu, D.X. (1993). Neuromedical management of traumatic injury.Case Management Training Manual in Traumatic Brain Injury. Richmond: Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Severe Traumatic Brain Injury.

Cifu, D.X. (1993). Role of the physiatrist after traumatic brain injury.Case Management Training Manual in Traumatic Brain Injury. Richmond: Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Severe Traumatic Brain Injury.

Clifton, G., Kreutzer, J.S., Choi, S., Devany, C., Eisenberg, H., Foulkes, M., Jane, J., Marshall, L., & Marmarou, A. (1993). Relationship between Glasgow Outcome Scale and neuropsychological measures after brain injury.Neurosurgery,33(1), 34-38.

Dahmer, E., Shilling, M., Hamilton, Bontke, C., B., Englander, J., Kreutzer, J.S., & Rosenthal, M. (1993). A model systems database for traumatic brain injury.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,8(2), 12-25.

Goodall, P., Dedrick, D., Zasler, N., Kreutzer, J.S., & Riddick, S. (1993). Survey of case manager training needs in traumatic brain injury.Brain Injury,7(5), 455-461.

Kaelin, D., Cifu, D.X., Matthies, B. (1994). Methylphenidate for hypoarousal in the brain injured adult.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,75,1030.

Kreutzer, J.S., Gordon, W., Rosenthal, M., & Marwitz, J.H. (1993). Neuropsychological characteristics of patients with brain injury: Preliminary findings from a multi-center investigation.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,8(2), 47-59.

Mazmanian, P., Kreutzer, J.S., Devany, C., & Martin, K. (1993). A survey of accredited and other rehabilitation facilities: Education, training, and cognitive rehabilitation in brain injury programs.Brain Injury,7(4), 319-331.

Ruff, R., Marshall, L., Crouch, J., Klauber, M., Levin, H., Barth, J., Kreutzer, J.S., Blunt, B., Foulkes, M., Eisenberg, H., Jane, J., & Marmarou, A. (1993). Predictors of outcome following severe head trauma: Follow-up data from the Traumatic Coma Data Bank.Brain Injury,7(2), 101-112.

Serio, C.D., Devens, M. (1993). Employment problems following traumatic brain injury: Families assess the causes.NeuroRehabilitation,4, 53-57.

Wehman, P., Sherron, P., Kregel, J., Kreutzer, J.S., Tran, S., & Cifu, D.X. (1993). Return to work for persons following traumatic brain injury.American Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,72,355-363.

Wehman, P., Kregel, J., Sherron, P., Nguyen, S., Kreutzer, J.S., Fry, R., & Zasler, N. (1993). Critical factors associated with the successful supported employment placement of persons with traumatic brain injury.Brain Injury,7(1), 31-44.

Wehman, P., West M, Sherron P, Groah C, & Kreutzer, J.S. (1993). Return to work: Supported employment for persons with traumatic brain injury. In D.F. Thomas, F. Menz, D. McAlees , (Eds.),Community-based employment following traumatic brain injury, (pp. 227-250). Menomonie, WI: University of Wisconsin-Stout, Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Institute.

West, M., Kregel, J., Getzel, E.E., Zhu, M., Ipsen, S., & Martin. E.D. (1993). Beyond Section 504: Satisfaction and empowerment of students with disabilities in higher education.Exceptional Children,59, 456-467.

West, M., Rayfield, R.G., Wehman, P., & Kregel, J. (1993).Assessing Self-Determination of Youth with Disabilities: A Conceptual Ffframework and Model. Richmond, VA: Virginia Commonwealth University, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.

Willer, B., Rosenthal, M., Kreutzer, J.S., Gordon, W., & Rempel, R. (1993). Assessment of community integration following rehabilitation for traumatic brain injury.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,8(2), 75-87.

Zasler, N., Devany, C., Jarman, A., Friedman, R., & Dinius, A. (1993). Oral hygiene following traumatic brain injury: A program to promote dental health.Brain Injury,7(4), 339-345.

1992

Constanzo, R., & Zasler, N. (1992). Epidemiology and pathophysiology of olfactory and gustatory dysfunction in head trauma.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,7(1), 15-24.

Deaton, A., West, D., Martelli, M., Kreutzer, J.S., Pickelman, H. (1992). IBM-based cognitive rehabilitation software: Closing the gap.Cognitive Rehabilitation,10(6), 20-36.

Horn, L., & Zasler, N. (1992).Rehabilitation of Post-Concussive Disorders.Hanley & Belfus.

Kreutzer, J.S., West, M., Sherron, P., Wehman, P., & Fry, R. (1992). Computer technology in vocational rehabilitation for persons with traumatic brain injury.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,7(3), 70-80.

Kreutzer, J.S., Marwitz, J.H., & Kepler, K. (1992). Traumatic brain injury: Family response and outcome.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,73(8), 771-778.

Kreutzer, J.S., Zasler, N., Wehman, P., & Devany, C. (1992). Neuromedical and psychosocial aspects of rehabilitation following traumatic brain injury. In G. Fletcher, J. Banja, B. Jann, & S. Wolf (Eds.),Rehabilitation Medicine: State of the Art, (pp. 63-102). Boston: Lea & Feibiger.

Leininger, B. & Kreutzer, J.S. (1992). Neuropsychological outcome of postconcussive adults. In L. Horn & N. Zasler (Eds.),Rehabilitation of Post-Concussive Disorders(pp. 169-182). Philadelphia: Hanley & Belfus.

Sale P., Revell W.G., West M., Kregel J.: Achievements and challenges II: A five-year analysis of supported employment expenditures.Journal of the Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps1992;17, 236-246.

West M: Job retention: Toward vocational competence, self-management, and natural supports. In P. Wehman, P. Sale, W. Parent, (Eds.),Supported employment: Strategies for Integration of Workers with DisabilitiesStoneham, MA: Andover Medical Publishers. 1992. 176-203.

West M.: Vocational rehabilitation service issues for youth and young adults.TBI Transmit1992;3(1), 1-2.

West, M.D., & Parent, W.S: Consumer choice and empowerment in supported employment services: Issues and strategies.Journal of the Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps1992;17, 47-52.

West M., Revel, W.G., & Wehman, P.: Achievements and challenges I: A five-year report on consumer and system outcomes from the supported employment initiative.Journal of the Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps1992;17, 227-235.

West M., Wehman, P., & Sherron P: Applications for youth with traumatic brain injury. In P. Wehman, (Ed.),Life Beyond the Classroom: Transition Strategies for Young People with Disabilities. Baltimore: Brookes Publishing Co. 1992. 395-421.

Zasler, N. (1992). Advances in neuropharmacologic rehabilitation for brain dysfunction.Brain Injury,6(1), 1-14.

Zasler, N. (1992). Update on pharmacology: Acute neurochemical alterations following traumatic brain injury: Research implications for clinical treatment.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,7(2), 102-105.

Zasler, N.D., Serio, C.D., Kreutzer, J.S. (1992) Traumatic brain injury rehabilitation. In Dillingham (Ed.),Textbook of Military Medicine: Rehabilitation of the War Casualty. Washington, D.C.: Borden Institute.

1991

Devany, C., Kreutzer, J.S., Halberstadt, L., & West, D. (1991). Referrals for supported employment after brain injury: Neuropsychological, behavioral, and emotional characteristics.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,6(3), 59-70.

Goodall, P., Groah, C., Sherron, P., Kreutzer, J.S., & Wehman, P. (1991).Supported Employment Services for Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury. Richmond: Virginia Commonwealth University Rehabilitation Research and Training Center.

Kreutzer, J.S., Devany, C., Myers, S., & Marwitz, J.H. (1991). Neurobehavioral outcome following traumatic brain injury: Implications for cognitive rehabilitation. In J.S. Kreutzer & P. Wehman (Eds.),Cognitive Rehabilitation for Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury: A Functional Approach, (pp. 55-73). Baltimore: Paul Brookes.

Kreutzer, J.S., Marwitz, J.H., & Myers, S.L. (1992). Neuropsychological issues in litigation following brain injury.Neuropsychology,4(4),249-259.

Kreutzer, J.S., Marwitz, J.H., & Wehman, P. (1991). Substance abuse assessment and treatment in the context of vocational rehabilitation for persons with brain injury.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,6(3), 12‑23.

Kreutzer, J.S., & Wehman, P. (Eds.), (1991).Cognitive Rehabilitation for Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury: A Functional Approach.Baltimore: Paul Brookes.

Kreutzer, J.S., Wehman, P., Harris, J., Burns, C., & Young, H. (1991). Substance abuse and crime patterns among persons with traumatic brain injury referred for supported employment.Brain Injury,5(2),177‑187.

Leininger, B., Kreutzer, J.S., & Hill, M. (1991). Comparison of minor and severe head injury emotional sequelae using the MMPI.Brain Injury,5(2),199‑205.

Mazmanian, P., Martin, K., & Kreutzer, J.S. (1991). Training and practice in cognitive rehabilitation: An organizational analysis.Cognitive Rehabilitation,9(1), 30-33.

Mazmanian, P., Martin, K., & Kreutzer, J.S. (1991). Professional development and educational program planning for cognitive rehabilitation. In J. Kreutzer & P. Wehman (Eds.),Cognitive Rehabilitation for Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury: A Functional Approach(pp. 23-51). Baltimore: Paul Brookes.

McNeny, R., & Zasler, N.D. (1991). Neuropharmacologic remediation of hemi-inattention following brain injury.NeuroRehabilitationitation,1, 72-78.

Ray, M.H., Goldberg, S.J., Hamm, R.J., & Hayes, R.L. (1991). In-vivo long-term potentiation following traumatic brain injury,Society for Neuroscience Abstracts.

Ruff, R., Young, D., Gautille, T., Marshall, L., Barth, J., Jane, J., Kreutzer, J.S., Marmarou, A., Levin, H., Eisenberg, H., & Foulkes, M. (1991). Verbal learning deficits following severe head injury: Heterogeneity in recovery over one year.Journal of Neurosurgery,75(supplement), S50-S58.

Sale, P., West, M., Sherron, P., & Wehman, P. (1991). An exploratory analysis of job separations from supported employment for persons with traumatic brain injury.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,6(3), 1-11.

Shafer, M., Revell, W.G., Kregel J., Wehman, P., & West, M. (1991). Systems change efforts and supported employment: National strategies and outcomes.Journal of Disability Policy Studies,2(1), 75-95.

Wehman, P., Inlow, D., Altman, A., Mundy, A. West, M., Coplin, B., Kreutzer, J.S., & Zasler, N.D. (1991). Return to work for individuals recovering from stroke or traumatic brain injury: Three case studies.Canadian Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine,5(1), 45-50.

Wehman, P., Revel, W., Kregel, J., Kreutzer, J.S., Callahan, M., & Banks, B. (1991). Supported employment: An alternative model for vocational rehabilitation of persons with severe neurologic, psychiatric, or physical disability.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,72(2), 101-105.

West, M., Wehman, P., Kregel, Kreutzer, J.S., Sherron, P., & Zasler, N. (1991). Costs associated with a supported work program for traumatically brain injured individuals.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,72(2),127-131.

Zasler, N.D. (1991). Update on pharmacology: Neuromedical aspects of alcohol use following traumatic brain injury.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,6(4), 78-80.

Zasler, N.D. (1991). Sexuality in neurologic disability: An overview.Journal of Sexuality and Disability,9(1), 11-27.

Zasler, N.D. (1991). Brain injury rehabilitation research: National invitational meeting on medical rehabilitation research. Update report.NeuroRehabilitation,1(3) 90-94.

Zasler, N.D. (1991). Pharmacologic aspects of cognitive function following traumatic brain injury. In J.S. Kreutzer (Ed.)Cognitive Rehabilitation: A Functional Approach.

Zasler, N.D., Kreutzer, J.S., & Taylor, D. (1991). Coma stimulation and coma recovery: A critical review.NeuroRehabilitation,1(3), 33-40.

1990

Camplair, P., Kreutzer, J.S., & Doherty, K. (1990). Family outcome following adult traumatic brain injury: A critical review. In J. Kreutzer & P. Wehman, P. (Eds.),Community Integration Following Traumatic Brain Injury(pp. 207‑224). Baltimore: Paul Brookes.

Conder, R., & Zasler, N.D. (1990). Pseudoseizures in the rehabilitation setting: Review of the literature and case report.Brain Injury,4, 391-397.

Groah, C., Goodall, P., Kreutzer, J.S., Sherron, P., & Wehman, P. (1990). Addressing substance abuse issues in the context of a supported employment program.Cognitive Rehabilitation,8(4), 8-12.

Horn, L. and Zasler, N.D. (1990). Neuroanatomy and Neurophysiology of Sexual Function.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,5(2), 1-13.

Katz, P.G., Haden, H.T., Mulligan, T., & Zasler, N.D. (1990) The Effect of Vacuum Devices on Penile Hemodynamics.Journal of Urology,143, 55-56.

Kregel J., Shafer, M., Wehman, P., & West, M. (1990). Policy development and public expenditures in supported employment: Current strategies to promote statewide systems change.Journal of the Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps,14, 283-292.

Kreutzer, J.S., Doherty, K., Harris, J.A., & Zasler, N. (1990). Alcohol use among persons with traumatic brain injury.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,5(3), 9-20.

Kreutzer, J.S. & Harris, J.A. (1990). Model systems of treatment for alcohol abuse following traumatic brain injury.Brain Injury,4(1),1-5.

Kreutzer, J.S., Leininger, B., & Harris, J.A. (1990). The evolving role of neuropsychology in community integration. In J.S. Kreutzer & P. Wehman, P. (Eds.),Community Integration Following Traumatic Brain Injury, (pp. 49‑66). Baltimore: Paul Brookes.

Kreutzer, J.S., Leininger, B.E., Sherron, P., & Groah, C. (1990). Managing psychosocial dysfunction. In P. Wehman, & J. S. Kreutzer (Eds.),Vocational Rehabilitation for Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury, (pp. 35‑70). Rockville, MD: Aspen Publishers.

Kreutzer, J.S., Myers, S., Harris, J.A., & Zasler, N.D. (1990). Alcohol, traumatic brain injury, manslaughter, and suicide.Cognitive Rehabilitation,8(4),14-18.

Kreutzer, J.S. & Wehman, P. (Eds.). (1990).Community Integration Following Traumatic Brain Injury. Baltimore: Paul Brookes.

Kreutzer, J.S., Zasler, N.D., Camplair, P., & Leininger, B.E. (1990). A practical guide to family intervention following adult traumatic brain injury. In J. Kreutzer & P. Wehman, P. (Eds.),Community Integration Following Traumatic Brain Injury, (pp. 249‑286). Baltimore: Paul Brookes.

Leininger, B.E., Gramling, S., Farrell, A., Kreutzer, J.S., & Peck, E. (1990). Neuropsychological deficits in symptomatic minor head injury patients after concussion and mild concussion.Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry,53, 293‑296.

Levin, H., Gary, H., Eisenberg, H., Ruff, R., Barth, J., Kreutzer, J.S., High, W., Portman, S., Foulkes, M., Jane, J., Marmarou, A., & Marshall, L. (1990). Neurobehavioral outcome one year after severe head injury.Journal of Neurosurgery,73, 699-709.

Wehman, P., Kregel, J., Revell, G., & West, M. (1990). The national supported employment initiative: Expanding employment opportunities for persons with severe disabilities.OSERS News in Print,3(3), 7-13.

Wehman, P. & Kreutzer, J.S. (Eds.). (1990).Vocational eReabilitation for Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury. Rockville, MD: Aspen Publishers.

Wehman, P., Kreutzer, J.S., West, M., Sherron, P., Zasler, N.D., Groah, C., Stonnington, H., Burns, C., & Sale, P. (1990). Return to work for persons with traumatic brain injury: A supported employment approach.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,71(13), 1047-1052.

Wehman, P., West, M., Fry, R., Sherron, P., Groah, C., Kreutzer, J.S., & Sale, P. (1990). Effect of supported employment on the vocational outcomes of persons with traumatic brain injury.Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis,22(4), 395-405.

West, M., & Hughes, T. (1990). Supported employment phase III: Job retention techniques. In P. Wehman and J.S. Kreutzer, (Eds.),Vocational Rehabilitation for Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury, (pp. 201-221). Rockville, MD: Aspen Publishers.

West, M., Fry, R., Pastor, J., Moore, G., Killam, S., Wehman, P., & Stonnington, H. (1990). Helping postacute traumatically brain injured clients return to work: Three case studies.International Journal of Rehabilitation Research,13, 291-298.

West, M., Kregel, J., & Banks, P.D. (1990). Fringe benefits available to supported employment participants. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin,34, 126-138.

Zasler, N.D. and Horn L. (1990). Rehabilitative Management of Sexual Dysfunction.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilita­tion,5(2), 14-24.

Zasler, N.D., & Kreutzer, J.S. (1990). Family and sexuality. In J. Williams & T. Kay (Eds.),Impact of Head Injury on Family Systems: An Overview for Professionals, (pp. 253-270). Baltimore: Paul Brookes.

1989

Eisner, J., & Kreutzer, J.S. (1989). A family information system for education following traumatic brain injury.Brain Injury,3, 79-90.

Gordon, W., Hibbard, M., & Kreutzer, J.S. (1989). Cognitive remediation: Issues in research and practice.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,4(3), 76‑84.

Haden, H., Katz, G., Mulligan, T., & Zasler, N.D. (1989). Penile blood flow by xenon-133 washout.Journal of Nuclear Medicine,30, 1032-1035.

Hayes, R., Clifton, G., & Kreutzer, J.S. (1989). A laboratory model for testing methods of improving cognitive outcome following traumatic brain injury.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,4(3), 9-19.

Heacock, L., McNeny, R., & Zasler, N.D. (1989). Training of the brain injured. Letter to the editor.Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,70, 720.

Kreutzer, J.S., & Zasler, N.D. (1989). Psychosexual dysfunction following traumatic brain injury: Methodology and preliminary findings.Brain Injury,3(2), 177‑186.

Kreutzer, J.S., Conder, R.C., Wehman, P., & Morrison, K. (1989). Compensatory strategies for enhancing independent living and vocational outcome following traumatic brain injury.Cognitive Rehabilitation,7(1), 30‑35.

Kreutzer, J.S., Gordon, W.A., & Wehman, P. (1989). Cognitive remediation following traumatic brain injury.Rehabilitation Psychology,34, 117‑130.

O’Shanick, G., & Zasler, N.D. (1989). Neuropsychopharmacological approaches to traumatic brain injury. In P. Wehman & J.S. Kreutzer (Eds.)Community Reintegration Following Traumatic Brain Injury.

Shafer, M., Kregel, J., Wehman, P., & West, M. (1989). Public policy and supported employment: An assessment of fiscal activity, 1986 - 1988. In P. Wehman, J. Kregel, M. Shafer, (Eds.),Emerging Trends in the National Supported Employment Initiative: A Preliminary Analysis of 27 States, (pp. 97-127). Richmond, VA: Virginia Commonwealth University, Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Supported Employment.

Wehman, P., Kregel, J., Shafer, M., & West, M. (1989). Supported employment implementation II: Service delivery characteristics associated with program development and costs. In P. Wehman, J. Kregel, & M. Shafer, (Eds.),Emerging Trends in the National Supported Employment Initiative: A Preliminary Analysis of 27 States, (pp. 75-96). Richmond, VA: Virginia Commonwealth University, Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Supported Employment.

Wehman, P., Kreutzer, J.S., Sale, P., Morton, M., Diambra, J., & West, M. (1989). Cognitive impairment and remediation: Implications for employment following traumatic brain injury.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,4(3), 66-75.

Wehman, P., Kreutzer, J.S., West, M., Sherron, P., Diambra, J., Fry, R., Groah, C., Sale, P., & Killam, S. (1989). Employment outcomes of persons following traumatic brain injury: Preinjury, postinjury, and supported employment.Brain Injury,3(4), 397‑412.

Wehman, P., Kreutzer, J.S., Wood, W., Stonnington, H., Diambra, J., & Morton, M.V. (1989). Helping traumatically brain injured patients return to work with supported employment: Three case studies.Archives of Physical Medicineand Rehabilitation,70, 109‑113.

Wehman, P., West, M., Fry, R., Sherron, P., Groah, C., Kreutzer, J.S., & Sale, P. (1989). Effect of supported employment on the vocational outcomes of persons with traumatic brain injury.Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis,22, 395-405.

Zasler, N.D. (1989). Comments on “Employment outcomes of persons following traumatic brain injury: Pre-injury, post-injury and supported employment.”Brain Injury,5(4), 331-333.

Zasler, N.D. (1989). The role of the physiatrist in planning work reentry for persons recovering from traumatic brain injury. In P. Wehman, & J. Kreutzer, (Eds.)Vocational Rehabilitation for Persons with Traumatic Brain Injury.

1988

Conder, R., Evans, D., Faulkner, P., Henley, K., Kreutzer, J.S., Lent, B., Maxwell, J., McNeny, R., Morrison, C., Pinter, B., Richerson, G., & Stith, F. (1988). An interdisciplinary program for cognitive rehabilitation. Brain Injury,2, 365‑385.

Kreutzer, J.S., & Morton, M.V. (1988). Traumatic brain injury: Supported employment and compensatory strategies for enhancing vocational outcomes. In P. Wehman & S. Moon (Eds.),Vocational Rehabilitation and Supported Employment, (pp. 291‑311). Baltimore: Paul Brookes Publishing.

Kreutzer, J.S., Wehman, P., Morton, M.V., & Stonnington, H. (1988). Supported employment and compensatory strategies for enhancing vocational outcome following traumatic brain injury.Brain Injury,2(3), 205‑224.

Waaland, P., & Kreutzer, J.S. (1988). Family response to childhood traumatic brain injury.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,3(4), 51‑63.

Wehman, P., Kreutzer, J.S., Stonnington, H., Wood, W., Sherron, P., Diambra, J., Fry, R., & Groah, C. (1988). Supported employment for persons with traumatic brain injury: A preliminary report.Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation,3(4),82‑94.

Wehman, P., Kreutzer, J.S., Wood, W., Morton, M.V., & Sherron, P. (1988). Supported work model of competitive employment for persons with traumatic brain injury.Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin,31, 298‑312.

Zasler, N.D. (1988). Sexual dysfunction after traumatic brain injury: Review of the literature and theoretical perspectives.Sexuality Update, newsletter of National Task Force on Sexuality and Disability.

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