Journal Articles

2015-2016 Publications

Capó-Aponte, J. E., Jurek, G. M., Walsh, D. V., Temme, L. A., Ahroon, W. A., & Riggs, D. W. (2015). Effects of repetitive low-level blast exposure on visual systems and ocular structures. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 52(3), 273-290.

Goodman, A. M., Katz, J. S., & Dretsch, M. N. (2016). Military Affective Picture System (MAPS): A new emotion-based stimuli set for assessing emotional processing in military populations. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 50, 152-161.

Hanson, J. A., Lin, Y., Dretsch, M. N., Strandjord, S. E., Haub, M. D., & Hibbeln, J. R. (2016). Whole food, functional food, and supplement sources of omega-3 fatty acids and omega-3 HUFA scores among U.S. soldiers. Journal of Functional Foods, 23, 167-176.

Haran, F. J., Dretsch, M. N., & Bleiberg, J. (2016). Performance on the defense automated neurobehavioral assessment across controlled environmental conditions. Applied Neuropsychology: Adult. Advanced online publication.

Karch, S. J., Capó-Aponte, J. E., McIlwain, D. S., Lo, M., Krishnamurti, S., Staton, R. N., & Jorgensen-Wagers, K. (2016, October-December). Hearing loss and tinnitus in military personnel with deployment-related mild traumatic brain injury. U.S. Army Medical Department Journal, 52-63.

Lawson, B. D., Kass, S. J., Dhillon, K. K., Milam, L. S., Cho, T. H., & Rupert, A. H. (2016). Military occupations most affected by head/sensory injuries and the potential job impact of those injuries. Military Medicine, 181(8), 887-894.

Lo, M. C., Davis, W. S., Capó-Aponte, J. E., & Casto, K. L. (2016, September). Retrospective case series of U.S. Service Members medically evacuated from Operations Enduring Freedom, Iraqi Freedom, and New Dawn with blast-related head and facial injuries. EC Neurology, 3(3), 402-411.

Peck, G. W., Helgeson, S. M., Powell, E. D., Roth, A. L., Flores, M., & Kirkup, B. C. (2015). Airworthiness testing of medical maggots. Military Medicine, 180(5), 591-596.

Temme, L. A., St. Onge, P., & Bleiberg, J. (2016). A history of mild traumatic brain injury affects peripheral pulse oximetry during normobaric hypoxia. Frontiers in Neurology, 7, 149.

Van Ombergen, A., Lawson, B. D., & Wuyts, F. L. (2016). Motion sickness and sopite syndrome associated with parabolic flights: A case report. International Journal of Audiology, 55(3), 189-194.

Walsh, D. V., Capó-Aponte, J. E., Jorgensen-Wagers, K., Temme, L. A., Goodrich, G., Sosa, J., & Riggs, D. W. (2015). Visual field dysfunctions in Warfighters during different stages following blast and nonblast mTBI. Military Medicine, 180(2), 178-185.

Walsh, D. V., Jurek, G. M., Capó-Aponte, J. E., Riggs, D. W., & Ramiccio, J. A. (2015). Assessment of an alternative Army aircrew eyewear. Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance, 86(12), 1014-1019.


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