129
Articles
3K
Citations
2.2
avg. Impact Factor
26
h-index

Most Cited Articles of Department of Psychology in 2015

TitleJournalYearCitations
Surveying the Impact of Work Hours and Schedules on Commercial Motor Vehicle Driver SleepSafety and Health at Work201537
Exercise as potential countermeasure for the effects of 70 days of bed rest on cognitive and sensorimotor performanceFrontiers in Systems Neuroscience201527
Otic capsule dehiscence syndrome: Superior semicircular canal dehiscence syndrome with no radiographically visible dehiscenceEar, Nose and Throat Journal201520
Quantifying Social Motivation in Mice Using Operant ConditioningJournal of Visualized Experiments201512
Logistic regression analysis of psychosocial correlates associated with recovery from schizophrenia in a Chinese communityInternational Journal of Social Psychiatry201510
Personality, Gender, and Age as Predictors of Media Richness PreferenceAdvances in Multimedia201510
Discrepancies, Responses, and Patterns: Selecting a Method of Assessment for Specific Learning DisabilitiesContemporary School Psychology201510
Bilingual School Psychology: Challenges and OpportunitiesContemporary School Psychology20158
Deficits in Everyday Function Differ in AD and FTDAlzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders20157
An exploration of how Asian Americans respond on the Personality Assessment Inventory.Asian American Journal of Psychology20157
Exploring the Factor Structure of a Recovery Assessment Measure among Substance-Abusing YouthJournal of Psychoactive Drugs20155
Exposure to Violence, Posttraumatic Stress, and Burnout Among Teachers in El Salvador: Testing a Mediational ModelInternational Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, Consultation20155
Dynamic characteristics of otolith ocular response during counter rotation about dual yaw axes in miceNeuroscience20153
At the Heart of Morality Lies Neuro-Visceral Integration: Lower Cardiac Vagal Tone Predicts Utilitarian Moral JudgmentSSRN Electronic Journal20151
Quantitative autistic traits are transmitted intergenerationally and increase risk for autism spectrum disordersEvidence-Based Mental Health2015