Gordon Chelune
Gordon Chelune
Professor of Neurology, University of Utah
Verified email at hsc.utah.edu
TitleCited byYear
Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST): manual: revised and expanded
RK Heaton, GJ Chelune, JL Talley, GG Kay, G Curtiss
Psychological Assessment Resources (PAR), 1993
Minimal neuropsychological assessment of MS patients: a consensus approach
RHB Benedict, JS Fischer, CJ Archibald, PA Arnett, WW Beatty, J Bobholz, ...
The Clinical Neuropsychologist 16 (3), 381-397, 2002
Developmental norms for the Wisconsin Card Sorting test
GJ Chelune, RA Baer
Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology 8 (3), 219-228, 1986
Individual change after epilepsy surgery: Practice effects and base-rate information.
GJ Chelune, RI Naugle, H Lüders, J Sedlak, IA Awad
Neuropsychology 7 (1), 41, 1993
Frontal lobe disinhibition in attention deficit disorder
GJ Chelune, W Ferguson, R Koon, TO Dickey
Child Psychiatry and Human Development 16 (4), 221-234, 1986
Wisconsin Card Sorting Test, Revised and Expanded
DA Grant, RK Heaton, GJ Chelune, JL Talley, GG Kay, G Curtiss
Psychological assessment resources, 1993
Is speed of processing or working memory the primary information processing deficit in multiple sclerosis?
J DeLuca, GJ Chelune, DS Tulsky, J Lengenfelder, ND Chiaravalloti
Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology 26 (4), 550-562, 2004
Hippocampal adequacy versus functional reserve: predicting memory functions following temporal lobectomy
GJ Chelune
Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology 10 (5), 413-432, 1995
Self-disclosure: Origins, patterns, and implications of openness in interpersonal relationships
GJ Chelune, GJ Chelune
Jossey-Bass, 1979
Prediction of cognitive change as a function of preoperative ability status among temporal lobectomy patients seen at 6‐month follow‐up
GJ Chelune, RI Naugle, H Lüders, IA Awad
Neurology 41 (3), 399-399, 1991
Empirical methods for assessing meaningful neuropsychological change following epilepsy surgery
SM Sawrie, GJ Chelune, RI Naugle, HO Lüders
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 2 (6), 556-564, 1996
Wisconsin card sorting test: computer version 2
RK Heaton, PAR Staff
Odessa: Psychological Assessment Resources 4, 1-4, 1993
TScores for Change”: An illustration of a regression approach to depicting change in clinical neuropsychology
AJ McSweeny, RI Naugle, GJ Chelune, H Lüders
The Clinical Neuropsychologist 7 (3), 300-312, 1993
WCST: Test de clasificación de tarjetas de Wisconsin
RK Heaton, GJ Chelune, JL Talley, GG Kay, G Curtiss
TEA, 2001
Neuropsychological and personality correlates of patients’ complaints of disability
GJ Chelune, RK Heaton, RAW Lehman
Advances in clinical neuropsychology, 95-126, 1986
Is depth of anesthesia, as assessed by the Bispectral Index, related to postoperative cognitive dysfunction and recovery?
E Farag, GJ Chelune, A Schubert, EJ Mascha
Anesthesia & Analgesia 103 (3), 633-640, 2006
Wisconsin card sorting test manual. Odessa, Fla
RK Heaton, GJ Chelune, JL Talley, GG Kay, G Curtiss
Psychological Assessment Resources, 1993
Extent of resection in temporal lobectomy for epilepsy. II. Memory changes and neurologic complications
A Katz, IA Awad, AK Kongy, GJ Chelune, RI Naugle, E Wyllie, ...
Epilepsia 30 (6), 763-771, 1989
Clinical interpretation of the WAIS-III and WMS-III
DH Saklofske, GJ Chelune, RK Heaton, RJ Ivnik, R Bornstein, A Prifitera, ...
Academic Press, 2003
Predicting cognitive impairment in epilepsy: findings from the Bozeman epilepsy consortium
E Strauss, D Loring, G Chelune, M Hunter, B Hermann, K Perrine, ...
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 17 (6), 909-917, 1995
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