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Bernier, R.A., Roy, A., Venkatesan, U.M., Grossner, E.C., Brenner, E.K., Hillary, F.G. (2017) Dedifferentiation does not account for hyperconnectivity after traumatic brain injury8, 1-11.

Roy, A., Bernier, R.A., Wang, J., Benson, M., French, J.J., Good, D.C., Hillary, F.G. (2017) The evolution of cost-efficiency in neural networks during recovery from traumatic brain injury. PLoS one, 1-26

Hillary, F.G. & Grafman J.H. (2017) Injured brains and adaptive networks: the benefits and costs of hyperconnectivityTrends in Cognitive Sciences, 25, 385-401. 

Bernier, R. A., & Hillary, F. G. (2016). Trends in alcohol use during moderate and severe traumatic brain injury: 18 years of neurotrauma in Pennsylvania. Brain injury, 30, 414-421.

Roy, A., Campbell, C., Bernier, R. A., & Hillary, F. G. (2016). An evolutionary computation approach to examine functional brain plasticity. Frontiers in neuroscience, 10, 1-17.

Medaglia, J. D., McAleavey, A. A., Rostami, S., Slocomb, J., & Hillary, F. G. (2015). Modeling distinct imaging hemodynamics early after TBI: the relationship between signal amplitude and connectivity. Brain imaging and behavior, 9, 285-301.

Venkatesan, U. M., Dennis, N. A., & Hillary, F. G. (2015). Chronology and chronicity of altered resting-state functional connectivity after traumatic brain injury. Journal of neurotrauma, 32, 252-264.

Rajtmajer, S. M., Roy, A., Albert, R., Molenaar, P. C., & Hillary, F. G. (2015). A voxelwise approach to determine consensus regions-of-interest for the study of brain network plasticity. Frontiers in neuroanatomy, 9, 1-13.

Hillary, F. G., Roman, C. A., Venkatesan, U., Rajtmajer, S. M., Bajo, R., & Castellanos, N. D. (2015). Hyperconnectivity is a fundamental response to neurological disruption. Neuropsychology, 29, 59-75.

Venkatesan, U. M., Rajtmajer, S. M., & Hillary, F. G. (2014). Connectivity Modeling and Neuroplasticity After Traumatic Brain Injury. In J. I. Tracy, B. M. Hampstead, & K. Sathian (Eds.), Cognitive Plasticity in Neurologic Disorders, (152-175). New York: Oxford University Press.

Hillary, F. G., Medaglia, J. D., Gates, K. M., Molenaar, P. C., & Good, D. C. (2014). Examining network dynamics after traumatic brain injury using the extended unified SEM approach. Brain imaging and behavior, 8, 435-445.

Hillary, F.G., Rajtmajer, S., Roman, C., Medaglia, J.D., Calhoun, V.D., Good, D.C., Wylie, G.R. (2014). The rich get richer: traumatic brain injury elicits hyperconnectivity in core subnetworksPLoS ONE, 9, 1-15.

Medaglia, J.D., Chiou, K.S., Slocomb, J., Fitzpatrick, N.M., Wardecker, B.M., Ramanathan, D.M. Vesek, J., Good, D.C., & Hillary, F.G. (2012). The Less BOLD, the Wiser: Support for the Latent Resource Hypothesis After Traumatic Brain Injury. Human Brain Mapping, 33, 979-993.

Chiou, K.S. & Hillary, F.G. (2012). Benefits of Order: The Influence of Item Sequencing on Metacognition in Moderate and Severe Traumatic Brain Injury. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 18, 379-383.

Ramanathan, D.M., McWilliams, N., Schatz, P., & Hillary, F.G. (2012). Epidemiological Shifts in Elderly Traumatic Brain Injury: 18-Year Trends in Pennsylvania. Journal of Neurotrauma, 29, 1371-1378. 

Ramanathan, D.M., Rabinowitz, A.R., Barwick, F.H., & Arnett, P.A. (2012). Validity of Affect Measurements in Evaluating Symptom Reporting in Athletes. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 18, 101-107.

Medaglia, J.D., Ramanathan, D.M., Venkatesan, U.M., & Hillary, F.G. (2011). The Challenge of non-ergodicity in network neuroscience. Network: Computation in Neural Systems, 22, 148-153.

Chiou, K.S., Carlson, R.A., Arnett, P.A., Cosentino, S.A., & Hillary, F.G. (2011). Metacognitive Monitoring in Moderate and Severe Traumatic Brain Injury. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 17, 1-12.

Ramanathan, D.M., Wardecker, B.M., Slocomb, J.E., & Hillary, F.G. (2011). Dispositional Optimism and Outcome Following Traumatic Brain Injury. Brain Injury, 25, 328-337.

Hillary, F.G., Slocomb, J., Hills, E.C., Fitzpatrick, N.M., Medaglia, J.D., Wang, J., Good, D.C., Wylie, G.R. (2011)- Changes in resting connectivity during recovery from severe traumatic brain injury. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 82, 115-123.

Hillary, F.G., Medaglia, J.D., Gates, K., Molenaar, P.C., Slocomb, J., Peechatka, A., & Good, D.C.. (2011)- Examining working memory task acquisition in a disrupted neural network. Brain, 134, 1555-1570.

Gates, K.M., Molenaar, P.C.M., Hillary, F.G., & Slobounov, S. (2011)- Extended unified SEM approach for modeling event-related fMRI data. Neuroimage, 54, 1151-1158.

Nakamura, T., Hillary, F.G., & Biswal, B.B. (2009) - Resting network plasticity following brain injury. Public Library of Science One, 4, 1-9.

Genova, H.M., Hillary, F.G., Wylie, G., Rypma, B., & Deluca, J. (2009) - Examination of processing speed deficits in multiple sclerosis using functional magnetic resonance imaging. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 15, 383-393.

Hillary, F.G. & Biswal, B.B . (2009) - Automated Detection and Quantification of Brain Lesions in Acute Traumatic Brain Injury Using MRI. Brain Imaging and Behavior, 3,111-122.

Hillary, F.G. (2008) - Neuroimaging of working memory dysfunction and the dilemma with brain reorganization hypotheses. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 14, 526-534.

Hillary, F.G. & Biswal, B.B . (2007) - The Influence of Neuropathology on the fMRI Signal: a measurement of Brain or Vein? The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 21, 58–72.

Hillary, F.G., Genova, H.M., Chiaravalloti, N.D., Rypma, B., DeLuca, J. (2006) - Prefrontal Modulation of Working Memory Performance in Brain Injury and Disease. Human Brain Mapping, 27, 837-847.

Chiaravalloti, N.D., Hillary, F.G., Ricker, J.H., Liu, W.C., Kalnin, A.J., DeLuca, J. (2005) - Cerebral Activation Patterns of Working Memory in Multiple Sclerosis using fMRI. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 489-501.

Li, Y., Chiaravalloti, N.D., Hillary, F.G., DeLuca, J., Liu, W.C., Kalnin, A., Ricker, J.H. (2004) - Striking Differences in Cerebellar fMRI Activation in MS Patients During Working Memory Tasks. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 85, 635-639.

Hillary, F.G., Chiaravalloti, N.D., Ricker, J.H., Steffener, J., Liu, Bly, B.M., Liu, W.C., Kalnin, A.J., DeLuca, J., (2003) - An Investigation of Working Memory Rehearsal in Multiple Sclerosis using fMRI, Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 25, 965-78.

Hillary, F.G., Schultheis, M.T., Challis, B.H., DeLuca, J. (2003) - Spacing of repetitions improves learning and memory after moderate and severe TBI, Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology. 25, 49-58.

Hillary, F.G., Steffener, J.A., Biswal, B.B., Lange, G., DeLuca, J., Ashburner, J. (2002) - FMRI Technology and Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation: Guidelines for Methodological and Conceptual Pitfalls. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 17, 411-430.

Hillary, F.,G. Schatz, P., Moelter, S., Lowry, J.B., Ricker, J.H., Chute, D.L. (2002) -  Analysis of the Motor Vehicle Collision Factors Influencing Brain Injury Severity, Brain Injury, 16, 729-740.

Ricker, H.T., Hillary, F. G., DeLuca, J. (2001) -  Functionally Activated Brain Imaging (O-15 PET and fMRI) in the Study of Memory after Traumatic Brain Injury, Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 16, 191-205.

Hillary, F. G., Moelter, S., Schatz, P., Chute, D. L. (2001) -  Seatbelts Contribute to Location of Lesion in Moderate to Severe Head Trauma, Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 16, 171-181.