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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.

Roy, A., Bernier, R.A., French, J.J., Feger, D.M., Good, D., Hillary, F.G. (Under Review). Examining the hyperconnectivity hypothesis during recovery from traumatic brain injury. Submitted to Cerebral Cortex, January 2015.

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.