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Journal Articles

2019 Publications

Begonia, M., Rooks, T., Pintar, F. A., & Yoganandan, N. (2019). Development of a methodology for simulating complex head impacts with the advanced combat helmet. Military medicine, 184(Supplement_1), 237-244.

Bernhardt, K. A., Kelley, A. M., Feltman, K. A., & Curry, I. P. (2019). Rest and Activity Patterns of Army Aviators in Routine and Operational Training Environments. Aerospace medicine and human performance, 90(1), 48-52.

Dretsch, M. N., Rangaprakash, D., Katz, J. S., Daniel, T. A., Goodman, A. M., Denney, T. S., & Deshpande, G. (2019). Strength and Temporal Variance of the Default Mode Network to Investigate Chronic Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in Service Members with Psychological Trauma. Journal of Experimental Neuroscience, 13, 1179069519833966.

Estep, P. N., Bonts, E. G., Shivers, B. L., Wurzbach, J. M., Novotny, B. L., Rybarczyk, K., & Chancey, V. C. (2019). Mass properties comparison of dismounted and ground-mounted head-supported mass configurations to existing performance and acute injury risk guidelines. Military medicine, 184(Supplement_1), 245-250.

Kelley, A. M., & Showers, M. (2019). Evaluation of the Military Functional Assessment Program for return-to-duty decision making: a longitudinal study. Military medicine, 184(Supplement_1), 160-167.

Lattimore, M. R., & Truong, J. Q. (2019). Facilitating the transition from bright to dim environments. Optical Engineering, 58(5), 051803.

Onge, P. S., Temme, L. A., McAtee, A., O’Brien, K. J., & Byrd, B. K. (2019). Evaluation of the Commercial, Off-the-Shelf (COTS) King-Devick Eye Tracking System. Military medicine184(Supplement_1), 571-578.

Zhao, X., Rangaprakash, D., Denney Jr, T. S., Katz, J. S., Dretsch, M. N., & Deshpande, G. (2019). Identifying neuropsychiatric disorders using unsupervised clustering methods: Data and code. Data in brief, 22, 570-573.

2018 Publications

Capó-Aponte, J. E., Beltran, T. A., Walsh, D. V., Cole, W. R., & Dumayas, J. Y. (2018). Validation of visual objective biomarkers for acute concussion. Military Medicine, 183(suppl_1), 9-17.

Harding, T. H., Hovis, J. K., Rash, C. E., Smolek, M. K., & Lattimore, M. R. (2018). Modeling perceptual color confusion of helmet-mounted display symbology as a function of see-through contrast. Optical Engineering, 58(6), 051804.

Kelley, A. M., Curry, I., & Powell-Dunford, N. (2018). Medical Suspension in Female Army Rotary-Wing Aviators. Military Medicine.

Kelley, A. M., Feltman, K. A., & Curry, I. P. (2018). A survey of fatigue in Army aviators. Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance, 89(5), 464-468.

Lattimore, M. R., Harding, T. H., & Williams, S. T. (2018). Hydrogel contact lens water content is dependent on tearfilm pH. Military Medicine, 183(suppl_1), 224-230.

O’Brien, K. J., Temme, L. A., & St. Onge, P. M. (2018). Modeling macular pigment optical density effects on photopic and scotopic vision in degraded visual environments, Optical Engineering, 58(5), 051805.

McGregor, K. D., Flamme, G. A., Tasko, S. M., Deiters, K. K., Ahroon, W. A., Themann, C. L., & Murphy, W. J. (2018). Acoustic reflexes are common but not pervasive: evidence using a diagnostic middle ear analyser. International Journal of Audiology, 57(sup1), S42-S50.

O’Brien, K. J., Temme, L. A., St Onge, P. M. (2018). Modeling macular pigment optical density effects on photopic and scotopic vision in degraded visual environments. Optical Engineering, 58(5), 051805.

Rooks, T., Logsdon, K., McEntire, B. J., & Chancey, V. C. (2018). Evaluation of environmental sensors during laboratory direct and indirect head exposures. Military Medicine, 183(suppl_1), 294-302.

Sundaramurthy, A., Skotak, M., Allay, E., Unnikrishnan, G., Mao, H., Duan, X., Williams, S. T., Harding, T. H., Chandra, N., & Reifman, J. (2018). Assessment of the effectiveness of combat eyewear protection against blast overpressure. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering, 140(7), 071003-071003-12.

Vasquez, K. B., Brozoski, F. T., Logsdon, K. P., & Chancey, V. C. (2018). Retrospective Analysis of Injuries in Underbody Blast Events: 2007-2010. Military Medicine, 183(suppl_1), 347-352.

Weisenbach, C. A., Logsdon, K., Salzar, R. S., Chancey, V. C., & Brozoski, F. (2018). Preliminary investigation of skull fracture patterns using an impactor representative of helmet back-face deformation. Military Medicine, 183(suppl_1), 287-293.

2017 Publications

Begonia, M. T., Schlick, M., Rooks, T. F., Pintar, F. A., & Yoganandan, N. (2017). Kinematic response of the NOCSAE headform and ES-2 neck under lateral inertial loading. Biomedical Sciences Instrumentation, 53, 165-170.

Bernstein, S. A., Lo, M., & Davis, W. S. (2017). Proposing using waist-to-height ratio as the initial metric for body fat assessment standards in the U.S. Army. Military Medicine, 182(S1), 304-309.

Byrne, D. C., Murphy, W. J., Krieg, E. F., Ghent, R. M., Michael, K. L., Stefanson, E. W., & Ahroon, W. A. (2017). Inter-laboratory comparison of three earplug fit-test systems. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, 14(4), 294-305.

Curry, I. P. (2017). Spatial disorientation mitigation through training. North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Science and Technology Organization.

Flamme, G. A., Deiters, K. K., Tasko, S. M., & Ahroon, W. A. (2017). Acoustic reflexes are common but not pervasive: Evidence from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999-2012. International Journal of Audiology, 56(sup1), S52-62.

Fulbright, A. N., Le Prell, C. G., Griffiths, S. K., & Lobarinas, E. (2017). Effects of recreational noise on threshold and suprathreshold measures of auditory function. In Seminars in Hearing, 38(4), 298-318.

Harding, T. H., Hovis, J. K., Smolek, M. K., Temme, L. A., Lattimore, M. R., & Rash, C. E. (2017). HMD daylight symbology: Color choice and luminance considerations. In J. Sanders-Reed & J. Arthur (Eds.), Degraded Environments: Sensing, Processing, and Display 2017: Vol. 10197. Proceedings of SPIE. Anaheim, California.

Lattimore, M. R. (2017). Human contrast acuity variability. Military Medicine, 182(S1), 234-238.

Lattimore, M. R., & McAtee, A. M. (2017). Human variation in dark adaptation facility. In J. Sanders-Reed & J. Arthur (Eds.), Degraded Environments: Sensing, Processing, and Display 2017: Vol. 10197. Proceedings of SPIE. Anaheim, California.

Lawson, B. D., Britt, T. W., Kelley, A. M., Athy, J. R., & Legan, S. M. (2017). Computerized tests of team performance and crew coordination suitable for military/aviation settings. Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance, 88(8), 722-729.

Lawson, B. D., Curry, I. P., Muth, E. R., Hayes, A. M., Milam, L. S., Brill. J. C. (2017). Training as a countermeasure for spatial disorientation (SD) mishaps: Have opportunities for improvement been missed? North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Science and Technology Organization.

Lawson, B. D., Kelley, A. M., Ranes, B., Brill, J. C., & Milam, L. S. (2017). Functional balance and goal-directed eye-hand coordination after exogenous or endogenous visual-vestibular perturbation: Current findings and recommendations for portable or ambulatory applications. Proceedings of International Conference on Human Interface and the Management of Information, 567-578.

Lo, M. C., Giffin, R. P., Pakulski, K. A., Davis, W. S., Bernstein, S. A., & Wise, D. V. (2017). High mobility multipurpose wheeled vehicle rollover accidents and injuries to U.S. Army soldiers by reported occupant restraint use, 1992-2013. Military Medicine, 182(5), e1782-1791.

McAtee, A., Feltman, K., Swanberg, D., Russell, D., Statz, J., Ramiccio, J., & Harding, T. (2017). Pilot cueing synergies for degraded visual environments. In J. Sanders-Reed & J. Arthur (Eds.), Degraded Environments: Sensing, Processing, and Display 2017: Vol. 10197. Proceedings of SPIE. Anaheim, California.

Sanchez, E. J., Gabler, L. F., McGhee, J. S., Olszko, A. V., Chancey, V. C., Crandall, J. R., & Panzer, M. B. (2017). Evaluation of head and brain injury risk functions using sub-injurious human volunteer data. Journal of Neurotrauma, 34, 2410-2424.

Swanberg, D. E., Ramiccio, J. G., Russell, D., Feltman, K. A., McAtee, A. M., Beutler, R., Rupert, A. H., Curry, I. P., Wilson, M., & Harding, T. H. (2017). Integrating DVE, cueing technologies, and pilot performance metrics into a research-grade helicopter simulator. In J. Sanders-Reed & J. Arthur (Eds.), Degraded Environments: Sensing, Processing, and Display 2017: Vol. 10197. Proceedings of SPIE. Anaheim, California.

Temme, L. A., St. Onge, P., Adams, M., Still, D., Statz, J. K., & Williams, S. T. (2017). A novel, inexpensive method to monitor, record, and analyze breathing behavior during normobaric hypoxia generated by the reduced oxygen breathing device. Military Medicine, 182(S1), 210-215.

Temme, L. A., St. Onge, P., O’Brien, K. (2017). Color vision in the twilight zone: An unsolved problem. In J. Sanders-Reed & J. Arthur (Eds.), Degraded Environments: Sensing, Processing, and Display 2017: Vol. 10197. Proceedings of SPIE. Anaheim, California.

Weisenbach, C. A., Rooks, T., Bowman, T., Fralish, V., & McEntire, B. J. (2017). Patient litter system response in a full-scale CH-46 crash test. Military Medicine, 182(S1), 287-294.

Williams, S. T., Harding, T. H., Statz, J. K., & Martin, J. S. (2017). Blast wave dynamics at the cornea as a function of eye protection form and fit. Military Medicine, 182(S1), 226-229.

Wilson, M. L., & Kinsela, A. J. (2017). Absence of gender differences in actual induced HMD motion sickness vs. pretrial susceptibility ratings. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 61(1), 1313-1316.

2016 Publications

Dretsch, M. N., Wood, K. H., Daniel, T. A., Katz, J. S., Deshpande, G., Goodman, A. M., Wheelock, M. D., Wood, K. B., Denney, T. S., Traynham, S., & Knight, D. C. (2016). Exploring the neurocircuitry underpinning predictability of threat in soldiers with PTSD compared to deployment exposed controls. The Open Neuroimaging Journal, 10, 111-124.

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, 23(6), 411-417.

Harding, T., Rash, C., Lattimore, M., Statz, J., & Martin, J. (2016). Perceptual issues for color helmet-mounted displays: Luminance and color contrast requirements. In Degraded Environments: Enhanced, Synthetic, and External Vision Solutions 2016: Vol. 9839. Proceedings of SPIE. Baltimore, Maryland.

Karch, S. J., Capó-Aponte, J. E., McIlwain, D. S., Lo, M., Krishnamurti, S., Staton, R. N., & Jorgensen-Wagers, K. (2016). 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). 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.

Streijger, F., Lee, J. H., Manouchehri, N., Melnyk, A. D., Chak, J., Tigchelaar, S., So, K., Okon, E. B., Jiang, S., Kinsler, R., Barazanji, K., Cripton, P. A., & Kwon, B. K. (2016). Responses of the acutely injured spinal cord to vibration that simulates transport in helicopters or mine-resistant ambush-protected vehicles. Journal of Neurotrauma, 33(24), 2217-2226.

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.

Walsh, D. V., Robinson, J., Jurek, G., Riggs, D., & Temme, L. (2016). A performance comparison of color vision tests for military screening. Aerospace Medicine and Human Performance, 87(4), 382-387.

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