Psychology Faculty Publications - Dr. Ryan

Woods, A. G., Mahdavi, E., Ryan, J. P. (2013). Treating clients with Asperger's syndrome and autism. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health, 7:32 doi:10.1186/1753-2000-7-32 (in press).

Woods, A.G., Wetie, A.G., Sokolowska, I., Russell, S., Ryan, J.P., Michel, T.M., Johannes, T, & Darie, C. (2013). Mass spectrometry as a tool for studying autism spectrum disorders. Journal of Molecular Psychiatry,1:6.

Atkinson, T. M., Ryan, J. P., Lent, Kryza, M. & Charette, L. M. (2011). Using versions of the Trail Making Test as alternate forms. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 25(7), 1193-1206.

Atkinson, T. M., Ryan, J. P., Lent, A., Wallis, A., Schacter, H., & Coder, R. (2010). Three trail making tests for use in neuropsychological assessment with brief intertest intervals. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 32(2), 151-158.

Rosenbaum, A., & Ryan, J. P. (2009). Being cautious about concussions can clash with the culture of school athletics. On Board, 15(9), 7.

Buck, K. K., Atkinson, T. M., & Ryan, J. P. (2008). Evidence of practice effects in variants of the trail making test during serial assessment. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 30(3), 312-318.

Atkinson, T. M., Ryan, J. P., & Buck, K. (2008). The use of variants of the Trail Making Test in serial assessment: A construct validity study. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 26(1), 42-53.

Ryan, J. P., Atkinson, T. & Dunham, K. (2004). Sports related and gender differences on neuropsychological measures of frontal lobe functioning. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine, 14 (1), 18-24.

Ryan, J. P. (1995). Wandering in Alzheimer’s disease: Clinical and neurobiological perspectives. In N. Spear, L. Spear, and M. Woodruff (Eds.), Neurobehavioral Plasticity: Learning, Development and Response to Brain Insults. New Jersey: Lawrence Earlbaum Associates, Inc., Publishers, 406-422.

Ryan J. P., McGowan, J., McCaffrey, N., Ryan, G. T., Zandi, T., & Brannigan, G. G. (1995). Graphomotor perseveration and wandering in Alzheimer’s disease. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology, 8, 209-212.

Maier, D. L., Ryan, J. P., & Isaacson, R. L. (1990). The residual spatial abilities of hippocampally lesioned rats can be enhanced by peripheral sympathetic-adrenal interventions. Behavioral and Neural Biology, 53, 123-132.

Buzsaki, G., Isaacson, R. L., & Ryan, J. P. (1989). The effects of unilateral destruction of fimbria-fornix pathways in the rat. Behavioral and Neural Biology, 51, 278-288.

Isaacson, R. L., Springer, J. E., & Ryan, J. P. (1986). Cholinergic and catecholaminergic modification of the hippocampal lesion syndrome. In R. L. Isaacson and K. H. Pribram (Eds.), The Hippocampus, Vol. 3. New York: Plenum Press, 128-158.

Isaacson, R. L., & Ryan, J. P. (1985). Mechanisms underlying pharmacologic modifications of the hippocampal lesion syndrome. In W. H. Gispen and J. Traber (Eds.), Aging of the Brain, II. Berlin: Springer-Vertag, 292-304.

Ryan, J. P., Springer, J. E., Hannigan, J. H., & Isaacson, R. L. (1985). Suppression of corticosterone synthesis alters the behavior of hippocampally lesioned rats. Behavioral and Neural Biology, 44, 47-59.

Springer, J. E., Isaacson, R. L., Ryan, J. P., & Hannigan, J. H. (1983). Dopamine depletion in n. accumbens reduces ACTH-induced excessive grooming. Life Sciences, 33, 207-211.

Ryan, J. P., & Isaacson, R. L. (1983). Intra-accumbens injections of ACTH induce excessive grooming in rats. Physiological Psychology, 11, 54-58.

Isaacson, R. L., Hannigan, J. H., Springer, J. E., Ryan, J. P., & Poplawasky, A. (1982). Limbic and neurohormonal influences modulate the basal ganglia and behavior. In E. Endroczi, D. de Wied, L. Angelucci, and U. Scapagnini (Eds.). Integrative Neurohormonal Mechanisms: Physiological and Clinical Aspects. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 23-24.