Cognition & Neurocognitive Disorders Research

- 2024  / in press -

Dobryakova, E., Tong, T. T., Iosipchuk, O., Lequerica, A., Schneider, V. Chiaravalloti, N., & Sandry, J. (in press). Bypassing striatal learning mechanisms using delayed feedback to circumvent learning deficits in TBI. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation

Cotton, K., Sandry, J., & Ricker, T. (in press). The effects of mind-wandering, cognitive load and task engagement on working memory performance in remote online experiments. Experimental Psychological data pdf *Editors Pick

Cotton, K., Sandry, J., & Ricker, T. (in press). Secondary task engagement drives the McCabe effect in long-term memory. Memory & Cognition data

- 2023  -

Sandry, J., Levy, S., & Sumowski, J. (2023). Psychometrically valid interpretation of cognitive assessments is a prerequisite for classification of cognitive phenotypes in multiple sclerosis. Multiple Sclerosis Journal, 29(8), 1039-1040.

Dobryakova, E., Hafiz, R., Iosipchuk, O., Sandry, J., & Biswal, B. (2023). ALFF response interaction with learning during feedback in individuals with multiple sclerosis. Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders, 104510.

Cagna, C. J., Ceceli, A. O., Sandry, J., Bhanji, J. P., Tricomi, E., & Dobryakova, E. (2023). Altered functional connectivity during performance feedback processing in multiple sclerosis. NeuroImage: Clinical, 37, 103287 pdf

- 2022 -

Levy, S., Sandry, J., Beck, E. S., Brandstadter, R., Sand, I. K., & Sumowski, J. F. (2022). Pattern of thalamic nuclei atrophy in early relapse-onset multiple sclerosis. Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders, 67, 104083.

Sandry, J. & Ricker, T. (2022). Motor speed does not impact the drift rate: A computational HDDM approach to differentiate cognitive and motor speed. Cognitive Research Principles & Implications, 7(66), 1-15. data pdf

Mui., M., Ruben. R., Ricker., T., Dobryakova, E., & Sandry J. (2022). Ex-gaussian analysis of simple response time as a measure of information processing speed and the relationship with brain morphometry in multiple sclerosis. Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders, 63, 103890

Dobryakova, E., Zuckerman, S. R. & Sandry, J. (2022). Neural correlates of extrinsic and intrinsic outcome processing during learning in individuals with TBI: A Pilot Investigation. Brain Imaging and Behavior, 16, 344-354.

- 2021 - 

Sandry, J. & Dobryakova, E. (2021). Global hippocampal and selective thalamic nuclei atrophy differentiate chronic TBI from Non-TBI. Cortex, 145, 37-46 data

Sandry, J., Simonet, D., Brandstadter, R., Krieger, S., Katz Sand, I., Graney, R. A., Buchanan, A., Lall, S., & Sumowski, J. F. (2021). The symbol digit modalities test (SDMT) is sensitive but non-specific in MS: Lexical access speed, memory, and information processing speed independently contribute to SDMT performance. Multiple Sclerosis & Related Disorders, 51, 102950.

Wylie, G. R., Yao, B., Sandry, J. & DeLuca, J. (2021) Using signal detection theory to better understand cognitive fatigue. Frontiers in Psychology, 11:579188.

- 2020 - 

Sandry, J., Zuppichini, M. D., & Ricker, T. (2020). Attentional flexibility and prioritization improves long-term memory. Acta Psychologica, 208, 103104 data

Sandry, J. & Ricker, T. J. (2020). Prioritization within visual working memory reflects a flexible focus of attention. Attention Perception & Psychophysics, 82(6), 2985-3004. data

Ricker, T. J., Sandry, J., Vergauwe, E., & Cowan, N. (2020). Do familiar memory items decay? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 46(1), 60–76 data

- 2019 - 

Sandry, J., Zuppichini, M. D., Rothberg, J., Valdespino-Hayden, Z., & DeLuca, J. (2019). Poor encoding and weak early consolidation underlie memory acquisition deficits in multiple sclerosis: Retroactive interference, processing speed or working memory? Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 34 (2), 162-182. 

- 2018 - 

Zuppichini, M. D. & Sandry, J. (2018). Pilot investigation of the relationship between hippocampal volume and pattern separation deficits in multiple sclerosis. Multiple Sclerosis & Related Disorders. 26, 157-163.

Ricker, T. J. & Sandry, J. (2018). The relationship between masking and short-term consolidation during recall from visual working memory. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1424 (1), 91-101. data

- 2016 - 

Sandry, J., Paxton, J., & Sumowski, J. F. (2016). General mathematical ability predicts PASAT performance in MS patients: Implications for clinical interpretation and cognitive reserve. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 27 (3), 375 – 378.

Sandry, J., Akbar, N., Zuppichini, M., & DeLuca, J (2016). Cognitive rehabilitation in multiple sclerosis. In M.-K. Sun (Eds.), Research Progress in Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia, (Vol. 6). New York: Nova Science Publisher

Sandry, J., Chiou, K., DeLuca, J. & Chiaravalloti, N. (2016). Individual differences in working memory capacity predicts responsiveness to memory rehabilitation after TBI. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 97, 1026 - 1029

Chiaravalloti, N. D., Sandry, J., Moore, N. B., & DeLuca, J. (2016). An RCT to treat learning impairment in traumatic brain injury: The TBI-MEM Trial. Neurorehabilitation & Neural Repair, 30, 539 - 550.

Sumowski. J. F., Rocca, M. A., Leavitt, V. M., Riccitelli, G., Sandry, J., DeLuca, J., Comi, G., Filippi, M. (2016). Searching for the neural basis of reserve against memory decline: Intellectual enrichment linked to larger hippocampal volume in MS. European Journal of Neurology, 23 (1), 39-44

- 2015 - 

Chiou, K., Sandry, J., & Chiaravalloti, N. (2015). Cognitive contributions to differences in learning after moderate to severe traumatic brain injury. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 37 (10), 1074 – 1085.

Sandry, J., Dobryakova, E., & DeLuca, J. (2015). New research on cognitive fatigue in multiple sclerosis. National Academy of Neuropsychology Bulletin, 29 (1), 25-27.

Sandry, J. (2015). Working memory and memory loss in neurodegenerative disease. Neurodegenerative Disease Management. 5(1), 1-4.

Sandry, J., DeLuca, J., & Chiaravalloti, N. (2015). Working memory capacity links cognitive reserve with long-term memory in moderate to severe TBI: a translational approach. Journal of Neurology, 262(1), 59-64. 

- 2014 - 

Sandry, J., Genova, H., Dobryakova, E., DeLuca, J. & Wylie, G., (2014). Subjective cognitive fatigue in multiple sclerosis depends on task length. Frontiers in Neurology, 5, 214 

Sandry, J., Schwark, J. D. & MacDonald, J. (2014). Flexibility within working memory and the focus of attention for sequential verbal information does not depend on active maintenance. Memory & Cognition, 42, 1130 – 1142.

Sandry, J. & Sumowski, J. F. (2014). Working memory mediates the relationship between intellectual enrichment and long-term memory in multiple sclerosis: An exploratory analysis of cognitive reserve. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 20, 868 – 872.

- 2013 - 

Sandry, J., Rice, S., Trafimow, D., Hunt, G., Busche, L., & Rubio, E. (2013). Suboptimal recognition for increasing set sizes is largely due to inconsistency: A potential performance theory analysis of individual differences. Cognitive Technology, 18(2), 4 – 17.

Schwark, J., MacDonald, J., Sandry, J. & Dolgov, I. (2013). Prevalence-based decisions undermine visual search. Visual Cognition, 21, 541 – 568 

Sandry, J., Trafimow, D., Marks, M. J., Rice, S. (2013). Adaptive memory: Evaluating alternative forms of fitness-relevant processing in the survival processing paradigm. PLoS ONE 8(4), e60868.

Schwark, J., Dolgov, I., Sandry, J., & Voklman, B. (2013). Simultaneous attentional guidance by working-memory and selection history reveals two distinct sources of attention. Acta Psychologica, 144, 269 – 278. 

Wesp, R., Kash, M., Sandry, J. & Patton, L. (2013). Should syllabi communicate expectations regarding appropriate classroom behaviors? Syllabus, 2, (2), 1 -10.

Hunt, G., Rice, S., Trafimow, D, & Sandry, J. (2013). Using potential performance theory to analyze systematic and random factors in enumeration tasks. American Journal of Psychology. 26(1), 23-32

Schwark, J., Sandry, J., & Dolgov, I. (2013). Evidence  for  a  positive  relationship  between working-memory  capacity  and  detection  of  low-prevalence  targets  in  visual  search. Perception, 42, 112 – 114. 

- 2012 - 

Schwark, J., Sandry, J., MacDonald, J., & Dolgov, I. (2012). False feedback increases detection of low prevalence targets in visual search. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 74(8), 1583-1589.

MacDonald, J. A., Sandry, J., & Rice, S. (2012). Self-construal priming affects speed of retrieval from short-term memory. PLoS ONE, 7(11), e50007. 

Hughes, J., Sandry, J. & Trafimow, D. (2012). Intentional inferences are not more likely than unintentional ones: Some evidence against the intentionality bias hypothesis. The Journal of Social Psychology, 152, 1 – 4.

Rice, S., Hackett, H., Trafimow, D., Hunt, G, & Sandry, J. (2012). Damned if you do and damned if you don’t: Assigning blame to victims regardless of their choice. The Social Science Journal, 49, 5 – 8.

Rice, S., Sandry, J. & Richardson, J. (2012). How the negative stigma associated with AIDS affects sufferers’ trustworthiness. Review of European Studies, 4, 54 – 65.

- 2011 - 

Sandry, J., Hunt, G., Rice, S., Trafimow, D., & Geels, K. (2011). Can priming your self lead to punishing others? The Journal of Social Psychology, 15, 531 – 534.

- 2010 - 

Rice, S., Keller, D., Trafimow, D. & Sandry, J. (2010). Retention of a time pressure heuristic in a target identification task. The Journal of General Psychology, 137, 239 – 255.

Rice, S., Trafimow, D., Hunt, G., & Sandry, J. (2010). Generalizing Kant’s distinction between perfect and imperfect duties to trust in different situations. The Journal of General Psychology, 137, 20 – 36.

- 2009 - 

Wesp, R., Sandry, J., Prisco, A., & Sarte, P. (2009). Affective forecasts of future positive events are tempered by consideration of details. American Journal of Psychology, 122, 167 – 174.


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