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Northwestern University

2220 Campus Drive Cook Hall, Room 2078

Evanston, Illinois,60208

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1851, Northwestern University is one of the country's leading private research and teaching universities with an enrollment of approximately 8,000 full-time undergraduate students and approximately 8,000 full-time graduate and professional students ...more

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Employment History

Senior HRMS Analyst

The Schwan Food Company


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Marshall Area YMCA


Clinical Neuropsychologist

Jeri Morris


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Regional Medical Center

Liaison Between the Patient and Physician


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Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Northwestern University Medical School


Canby , MN

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Dr. Jeri Morris Credentials Dr. Jeri Morris Professional Credentials About Dr. Morris Dr. Morris has over thirty years of experience in the field of neuropsychology. She served as a Senior Psychologist at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago where she provided treatment and supervised the psychology services on the Spinal Injury and Traumatic Brain Injury units. She also was the Director of the RIC Neuropsychology Assessment Service. For more than 25 years, she served on the faculty at Northwestern University Medical School in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Currently, she is a Full Professor, teaching in the Doctoral Program at Roosevelt University. She was the winner of a Prince Fellowship, was awarded the American Psychological Association Presidential Award, and is Past-Chair of the Psychology Section of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine. The author of more than 80 papers and publications, Dr. Morris' work has focused on the areas of traumatic brain injury, cognitive rehabilitation, adjustment to spinal injury, and neuropsychology. She also has conducted research relating to construction of neuropsychological test instruments. Currently, Dr. Morris is a consultant on a U.S. Department of Defense grant on a project involving the development of computer analog methods of detecting symptoms of TBI and PTSD. In an Advanced Trauma Training Program, she helps to train medics, who are returning to the battlefield, to recognize TBI and PTSD. Throughout her career, she has maintained a private practice and has offices in downtown Chicago and in Northbrook. Morris, J. Long term sequelae to brain injury. Funded by a grant from the National Institute of Handicapped Research (R&T Center Grant Funded by NIHR). Co-principal investigator. Morris, J. and Merbitz, C. Computer aids to neuropsychological rehabilitation. Funded by a grant from the National Institute of Handicapped Research (R&T Center Grant Funded by NIHR). Co-principal investigator. Morris, J. and Roth, E. Outcome of rehabilitation of spinal cord injured patients with and without concomitant closed head injury. (Center Grant Funded by MRSCICS/NIHR). Co-principal investigator. Morris, J. and Fenstermacher, J. Development of a Verbal Category Test. Morris, J. and Young, J. Development of the Field Screening Test, a neuropsychological test instrument for use by United States Army first responders (Combat Medics) in the field following suspected traumatic brain injuries and concussive blast injuries and training of more than 350 military medics and physicians' assistants. 1. Morris, J. (2012) Post-acute brain injury treatment. In Kennedy (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of rehabilitation psychology. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press. 2. Morris, J. (2007). Cognitive rehabilitation: Where we are and what is on the horizon. In Young (Ed.), Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America: Traumatic brain injury: New directions and Treatment Approaches. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: W.B. Saunders Company. 3. Morris, J. (2006). Working with cognitively impaired clients. In Llewelyn and Kennedy (Eds.), Essential handbook of clinical health psychology. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 4. Morris, J. (2003). Neuropsychology and Brain Injury. In Llewelyn and Kennedy (Eds.), Handbook of clinical health psychology. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 5. Morris, J. and Roth, E. (1994) Cognitive dysfunction and spinal cord injury. In Yarkony, G.M. (Ed.), Spinal cord injury: Medical management and rehabilitation, Rockville, Md.: Aspen Press, 1994. 6. Morris, J. (1994). Spinal injury and psychotherapy: A treatment philosophy. In Yarkony, G.M. (Ed.), Spinal cord injury: Medical management and rehabilitation, Rockville, Md.: Aspen Press. 7. Morris, J. (1992). Psychological and sociological aspects of patients with spinal injuries. In Vinken, Bruyn, and Klawans, (Eds.), Handbook of clinical neurology, Volume 17(61), Spinal Cord Trauma. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers. 8. Davidoff, G., Roth, E. and Morris, J. (1987). Evaluation of closed head injury and cognitive deficits in patients with traumatic spinal cord injury. In Miner, M.D., Wagner, K.A. (Eds. Neurotrauma: Treatment, rehabilitation and related Issues (Vol. 2), Stoneham, MA.: Butterworth Publishers. GRANT-SUPPORTED PAPERS 9. Morris, J. (2012). Traumatic Brain Injury and Alcohol. United States Department of Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Healing Hero's Project: Detection and Computational Analysis of Psychological Signals, Grant Contract Number N66001-11-C-4007. 10. Morris, J. (2012). Conducting Relationship Therapy with Those Who Have Sustained a Brain Injury. United States Department of Defense, Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Healing Hero's Project: Detection and Computational Analysis of Psychological Signals, Grant Contract Number N66001-11-C-4007. 11. Morris, J. (2012). Finding Help for Psychological and Cognitive Problems after Traumatic Brain Injury. United States Department of Defense, Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Healing Hero's Project: Detection and Computational Analysis of Psychological Signals, Grant Contract Number N66001-11-C-4007. 12. Morris, J. (2011). Introduction to Cognitive Rehabilitation: Philosophy of Treatment. United States Department of Defense, Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Hero's Project: Detection and Computational Analysis of Psychological Signals, Grant Contract Number N66001-11-C-4007. 13. Morris, J. (2011). Cognitive Rehabilitation: Memory. United States Department of Defense, Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Healing Hero's Project: Detection and Computational Analysis of Psychological Signals, Healing Hero's Project: Grant Contract Number N66001-11-C-4007. 14. Morris, J. (2011). Introduction to Cognitive Rehabilitation: Attention. United States Department of Defense, Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Healing Hero's Project: Detection and Computational Analysis of Psychological Signals, Grant Contract Number N66001-11-C-4007. PEER REVIEWED PAPERS AND PUBLICATIONS 15. Caban, J., Durst, S, Kagan, V, Morris, J., Terrell, J. Rossini, E. Stevens, A. and Subrahmanian, V.S. (2016, submitted for publication). Predicting depression from writing samples. 16. Stabler, A. and Morris, J. (2016, submitted for acceptance). Sleep disturbance severity is associated with earlier self-reported onset of cognitive decline among older adults. International Neuropsychological Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, February 2017. 17. Walter, J., Swier-Vosnos, A., Morris, J., and Pliskin, N. (2015, submitted for publication). Investigating the Utility of the RBANS ES in Patients with Mild Cognitive Impairment and Moderate to Severe Dementia. 18. Stabler, A. and Morris, J. (2015). Conversion to Mild Cognitive Impairment Among Baseline Cognitively Normal, Older Adult Research Volunteers and Clinic Patients with Subjective Cognitive Impairment: Analysis from a Follow-up Evaluation. International Neuropsychological Society Annual 2016 Meeting, Boston Mass. 19. Katan, V, Subrahmanian, V.S., Caban, J.J., Morris, J., and Rossini, E.D. (2015, submitted for publication). 20. Dusold, J., Morris, J., Swier-Vosnos, A., and Pliskin, N. (2014). Effects of Severity of Dementia on a Symptom Validity Measure. The Clinical Neuropsychologist. 28(7), 1197-1208. 21. Morris, J., Woodworth, C., Swier-Vosnos, A, Rossini, E., and Jackson, I. (2014). Relationship of Sensory Modality to Retention of Episodic Memory. Applied Neuropsychology-Adult. 21(2), 143-147. . 22. Umfleet, L., Ryan, J., Morris, J. and Pliskin, N. (2013). 23. Morris, J, Swier-Vosnos, A., Woodworth, C., Umfleet, L. G., Czipri, S., & Kopald, B. (2013). Development of alternate paragraphs for the Logical Memory Subtest of the Wechsler Memory Scale-IV, Applied Neuropsychology, 19, 1-5. 24. Walter, J., Morris, J., Pliskin, N., and Rossini, E. (2013). Effects of Dementia Severity on Symptom Validity Test Performance in a Dementia and Mild Cognitive Impairment Population. 11th Annual American Academy of Neuropsychology Conference, Chicago, Il. 25. Morris, J., Swier-Vosnos, A., Dusold, J., & Woodworth, C. (2013). Comparison of 27. Umfleet, L.G., Ryan, J.J., Morris, J., and Rossini, E. (2012) Comparison of Nondominant and Dominant Hand Performances on the WMS-IV Visual Reproductions Subtest. 28. Glass Umfleet, L., Ryan, J. J., Gontkovsky, S., & Morris, J. (2011, February). 30. Morris, J. Results of the Appraisal of Disability: Primary and Secondary Scale (ADAPSS) in a non-disabled population. Paper presented at the Fourth Annual Meeting of the European Spinal Association, Barcelona, Spain, May 4, 2011. 31. Hundal, J. and Morris, J. (2011). Clinical Validity of the Children's Category Test-Level 2 in a Mixed Sample of School Aged Children. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 26, 331-339. 32. Morris, J., Glass, L., Ryan, J.J., Czipri, S., Herst, S, Jackson, I., and Kopald, B. (2011). 33. Morris, J. (2009). Effects of right hemisphere strokes on personality functioning. Stroke Rehabilitation, 16,(6), 425-430. 34. Ryan, J.J., Bartels, J.M., Morris, J., Cluff, R.B., and Gontkovsky, S.T. (2009). 35. Kazmierczak, J., Morris, J. Rossini, E., Hundal, J., Jasinski, N., and Ryan, J.J. (2009). 36. Glass, L.A., Ryan, J.J., Bartels, J.M., and Morris, J. (2008). 38. Ryan, J.J., Morris, J., Brown, K.I., and Gontkovsky, S.T. (2006) WAIS-III intersubtest scatter: Acomparison of brain damaged patients and normal controls. 39. Olson, D., and Morris, J. (Issue Eds.). (1998). Health promotion after stroke: Psychological perspective [Special Issue]. Stroke Rehabiliation, 5(2). 40. Morris, J. (1998) The role of psychology in stroke rehabilitation. Stroke Rehabilitation, 5 (2), 1-10. 41. Ryan, J.J., Weilage, M.E., Paulo, A.M,., and Morris, J. (1998). 42. Morris, J., Kunka, J.M., and Rossini, E.D. (1997). Alternate paragraphs for the Logical Memory subtest of the Wechsler Memory Scale-Revised. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 11 (4). 43. Ryan, J.J., Paolo, A.M., Miller, D.M., and Morris, J. (1997). 44. Ryan, J.J., Weilage, M.E., Lopez, S.J., Paolo, A.M., Miller, D.M., and Morris, J. (1997). 45. Morris, J. (1994). Some cautions when using functional assessment scales. Geriatric Rehabilitation, 9 (3), 2-7. 46. Choca, J. and Morris, J. (1991). Administering the category test by computer: Equivalence of results. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 5 (4), 1-7. 47. Davidoff, G., Roth, E. Thomas, P. Doljanac, R., Dijkers, M., Berent, S., Morris, J. and Yarkony, G. (1990). Depression and neuropsychological test performance in acute spinal cord injury patients: Lack of correlation. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 5, 77-88. 48. Choca, J. and Morris, J. Computerized version of the Halstead Category Test. Paper presentation, Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Division of Clinical Psychology, August 13, 1990. 49. Davidoff, G., Roth, E., Thomas, P., Doljanac, R., Dijkers, M., Berent, S., Wold, L., Morris, J., and Yarkony, G. (1990). Depression amount acute spinal cord injury patients: A study utilizing the Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale. Rehabilitation Psychology, 35, 171-179. 50. Morris, J. Anger/Fear: Impersonal hostility.(1989) American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social Workers Quarterly, 1(2), 3-4. 51. Roth, E., Davidoff, G., Thomas, P., Doljanac, R., Dijkers, M., Berent, S., Morris, J.,and Yarkony, G. (1989). A controlled study of neuropsychological deficits in acute spinal cord injury patients. Paraplegia, 27, 480-489. 52. Merbitz, C., Morris, J., and Grip, J.C. (1989). Ordinal Scales and Foundations of Misinference. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 70, 308-312. 53. Morris, J., Merbitz, C., and Grip, J.C. Numbers and nonnumbers: A source of error in rehabilitation decision making. Paper presented at the International Conference of Advancement of Rehabilitation Technology, Montreal, June, 1988. 54. Morris, J. Anger in the rehabilitation setting. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social Workers, November 2, 1987. 55. Kirsch, N.L. and Morris, J. Computer software in neuropsychological rehabilitation: Tools and treatments. Invited paper presented at the Annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, August, 1987. 56. Davidoff, G., Thomas, P., Roth, E. Berent, S., Morris, J. Dijkers, M., Klisz, D., Doljanac, R. and Yarkony, G. Risk factors for depression among acute spinal cord injury patients. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, October, 1987. 57. Roth, E.J., Morris, J., Davidoff, G., Thomas, P., Dijkers, M., Berent, S., Klisz, D. and Yarkony, G. Neuropsychologic testing of spinal cord injury patients: Comparisons with non-injured controls. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, October, 1987. 58. Lehr, E. and Morris, J. A neuropsychological database for clinical research. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Division 40, Clinical Neuropsychology, August, 1987. 59. Morris, J. Treatment of spinal cord injury: A cross cultural comparison. Invited paper, presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social Workers, November 4, 1987. 60. Morris, J. Anger in the rehabilitation setting. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social Workers, November 2, 1987. 61. Morris, J., Roth, E. and Davidoff, G. (1986). Mild closed head injury and cognitive deficits in spinal cord injured patients: Incidence and impact. Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 4,31-42. 62. Morris, J. and Bleiberg, J. (1986). Neuropsychological rehabilitation and traditional psychotherapy. International Journal of Clinical Neuropsychology, 8, 133-135. 63. Davidoff, G., Roth, E., Morris, J. and, J. (1986). Assessment of closed head injury in trauma-related spinal cord injury. Paraplegia, 24, 94-104. 64. Davidoff, G., Morris, J. Roth, E. and Bleiberg, J. (1985). Cognitive dysfunction and mild closed head injury in traumatic spinal cord injury. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 66, 489-491. 65. Morris, J. Software for Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Annual Meeting, Kansas City, September, 1985. 66. Morris, J. Emergency room assessment of closed head injury in trauma related spinal cord injury. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Medical Society of Paraplegia, Denver, Colorado, June, 1984. 67. Davidoff, G., Morris, J., Roth, E., and Bleiberg, J. (1985). Closed head injury in spinal cord patients: retrospective review of loss of consciousness and post-traumatic amnesia. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitations, 66, 41-43. 68. Morris, J. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation Following Brain Injury. Annual meeting of the Midwest Neuropsychological Group May 18, 1983. 69. Morris, J. Ryan, J.J., and Peterson, R.A. Neuropsychological predictors of vocational behavior. 70. Schueneman, A. L. and Morris, J. (1982). Neuropsychological deficits associated with spinal cord injury. Spinal Cord Injury Digest, 4, 35-64. 71. Ryan, J.D., Morris, J., Yaffa, S. and Peterson, L. (1981). 72. Mitchell, K., Choca, J., Laatsch, L., and Morris, J. (2006). Computerized assessment of neurologic disease: The Emotional Assessment System. American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. 73. Morris, J., Ryan, J.J., Gerhart, A., and Rossini, E. (2005). Lecture on neuroanatomy, Jeri Morris, Ph.D. Morris, J. and Young, J. Development of the Field Screening Test, a neuropsychological test instrument for use by United States Army first responders (Combat Medics) in the field following suspected traumatic brain injures and concussive blast injuries and training of more than 350 military medics and physicians' assistants on the Field Screening Test, a neuropsychological test instrument for use by United States Army first responders (Combat Medics) in the field following suspected traumatic brain injuries and concussive blast injuries. Dr. Jeri Morris Credentials Dr. Jeri Morris Credentials © Copyright 2016, Jeri Morris, Ph.D.


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Dr. Jeri Morris Credentials Dr. Jeri Morris Professional Credentials About Dr. Morris Dr. Morris has over thirty years of experience in the field of neuropsychology. She served as a Senior Psychologist at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago where she provided treatment and supervised the psychology services on the Spinal Injury and Traumatic Brain Injury units. She also was the Director of the RIC Neuropsychology Assessment Service. For more than 25 years, she served on the faculty at Northwestern University Medical School in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Currently, she is a Full Professor, teaching in the Doctoral Program at Roosevelt University. She was the winner of a Prince Fellowship, was awarded the American Psychological Association Presidential Award, and is Past-Chair of the Psychology Section of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine. The author of more than 80 papers and publications, Dr. Morris' work has focused on the areas of traumatic brain injury, cognitive rehabilitation, adjustment to spinal injury, and neuropsychology. She also has conducted research relating to construction of neuropsychological test instruments. Currently, Dr. Morris is a consultant on a U.S. Department of Defense grant on a project involving the development of computer analog methods of detecting symptoms of TBI and PTSD. In an Advanced Trauma Training Program, she helps to train medics, who are returning to the battlefield, to recognize TBI and PTSD. Throughout her career, she has maintained a private practice and has offices in downtown Chicago and in Northbrook. Morris, J. Long term sequelae to brain injury. Funded by a grant from the National Institute of Handicapped Research (R&T Center Grant Funded by NIHR). Co-principal investigator. Morris, J. and Merbitz, C. Computer aids to neuropsychological rehabilitation. Funded by a grant from the National Institute of Handicapped Research (R&T Center Grant Funded by NIHR). Co-principal investigator. Morris, J. and Roth, E. Outcome of rehabilitation of spinal cord injured patients with and without concomitant closed head injury. (Center Grant Funded by MRSCICS/NIHR). Co-principal investigator. Morris, J. and Fenstermacher, J. Development of a Verbal Category Test. Morris, J. and Young, J. Development of the Field Screening Test, a neuropsychological test instrument for use by United States Army first responders (Combat Medics) in the field following suspected traumatic brain injuries and concussive blast injuries and training of more than 350 military medics and physicians' assistants. 1. Morris, J. (2012) Post-acute brain injury treatment. In Kennedy (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of rehabilitation psychology. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press. 2. Morris, J. (2007). Cognitive rehabilitation: Where we are and what is on the horizon. In Young (Ed.), Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America: Traumatic brain injury: New directions and Treatment Approaches. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: W.B. Saunders Company. 3. Morris, J. (2006). Working with cognitively impaired clients. In Llewelyn and Kennedy (Eds.), Essential handbook of clinical health psychology. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 4. Morris, J. (2003). Neuropsychology and Brain Injury. In Llewelyn and Kennedy (Eds.), Handbook of clinical health psychology. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 5. Morris, J. and Roth, E. (1994) Cognitive dysfunction and spinal cord injury. In Yarkony, G.M. (Ed.), Spinal cord injury: Medical management and rehabilitation, Rockville, Md.: Aspen Press, 1994. 6. Morris, J. (1994). Spinal injury and psychotherapy: A treatment philosophy. In Yarkony, G.M. (Ed.), Spinal cord injury: Medical management and rehabilitation, Rockville, Md.: Aspen Press. 7. Morris, J. (1992). Psychological and sociological aspects of patients with spinal injuries. In Vinken, Bruyn, and Klawans, (Eds.), Handbook of clinical neurology, Volume 17(61), Spinal Cord Trauma. Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers. 8. Davidoff, G., Roth, E. and Morris, J. (1987). Evaluation of closed head injury and cognitive deficits in patients with traumatic spinal cord injury. In Miner, M.D., Wagner, K.A. (Eds. Neurotrauma: Treatment, rehabilitation and related Issues (Vol. 2), Stoneham, MA.: Butterworth Publishers. GRANT-SUPPORTED PAPERS 9. Morris, J. (2012). Traumatic Brain Injury and Alcohol. United States Department of Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Healing Hero's Project: Detection and Computational Analysis of Psychological Signals, Grant Contract Number N66001-11-C-4007. 10. Morris, J. (2012). Conducting Relationship Therapy with Those Who Have Sustained a Brain Injury. United States Department of Defense, Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Healing Hero's Project: Detection and Computational Analysis of Psychological Signals, Grant Contract Number N66001-11-C-4007. 11. Morris, J. (2012). Finding Help for Psychological and Cognitive Problems after Traumatic Brain Injury. United States Department of Defense, Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Healing Hero's Project: Detection and Computational Analysis of Psychological Signals, Grant Contract Number N66001-11-C-4007. 12. Morris, J. (2011). Introduction to Cognitive Rehabilitation: Philosophy of Treatment. United States Department of Defense, Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Hero's Project: Detection and Computational Analysis of Psychological Signals, Grant Contract Number N66001-11-C-4007. 13. Morris, J. (2011). Cognitive Rehabilitation: Memory. United States Department of Defense, Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Healing Hero's Project: Detection and Computational Analysis of Psychological Signals, Healing Hero's Project: Grant Contract Number N66001-11-C-4007. 14. Morris, J. (2011). Introduction to Cognitive Rehabilitation: Attention. United States Department of Defense, Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Healing Hero's Project: Detection and Computational Analysis of Psychological Signals, Grant Contract Number N66001-11-C-4007. PEER REVIEWED PAPERS AND PUBLICATIONS 15. Caban, J., Durst, S, Kagan, V, Morris, J., Terrell, J. Rossini, E. Stevens, A. and Subrahmanian, V.S. (2016, submitted for publication). Predicting depression from writing samples. 16. Stabler, A. and Morris, J. (2016, submitted for acceptance). Sleep disturbance severity is associated with earlier self-reported onset of cognitive decline among older adults. International Neuropsychological Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, February 2017. 17. Walter, J., Swier-Vosnos, A., Morris, J., and Pliskin, N. (2015, submitted for publication). Investigating the Utility of the RBANS ES in Patients with Mild Cognitive Impairment and Moderate to Severe Dementia. 18. Stabler, A. and Morris, J. (2015). Conversion to Mild Cognitive Impairment Among Baseline Cognitively Normal, Older Adult Research Volunteers and Clinic Patients with Subjective Cognitive Impairment: Analysis from a Follow-up Evaluation. International Neuropsychological Society Annual 2016 Meeting, Boston Mass. 19. Katan, V, Subrahmanian, V.S., Caban, J.J., Morris, J., and Rossini, E.D. (2015, submitted for publication). 20. Dusold, J., Morris, J., Swier-Vosnos, A., and Pliskin, N. (2014). Effects of Severity of Dementia on a Symptom Validity Measure. The Clinical Neuropsychologist. 28(7), 1197-1208. 21. Morris, J., Woodworth, C., Swier-Vosnos, A, Rossini, E., and Jackson, I. (2014). Relationship of Sensory Modality to Retention of Episodic Memory. Applied Neuropsychology-Adult. 21(2), 143-147. . 22. Umfleet, L., Ryan, J., Morris, J. and Pliskin, N. (2013). 23. Morris, J, Swier-Vosnos, A., Woodworth, C., Umfleet, L. G., Czipri, S., & Kopald, B. (2013). Development of alternate paragraphs for the Logical Memory Subtest of the Wechsler Memory Scale-IV, Applied Neuropsychology, 19, 1-5. 24. Walter, J., Morris, J., Pliskin, N., and Rossini, E. (2013). Effects of Dementia Severity on Symptom Validity Test Performance in a Dementia and Mild Cognitive Impairment Population. 11th Annual American Academy of Neuropsychology Conference, Chicago, Il. 25. Morris, J., Swier-Vosnos, A., Dusold, J., & Woodworth


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According to Jeri Morris, Ph.D., of the Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago, this uncertainty of the future can be so extensive that you "feel virtually without a lifestyle.
Jeri Morris, Ph.D., "Spinal Injury and Psychotherapy," in Spinal Cord Injury: Medical Management and Rehabilitation , 225.


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