Selected Peer Reviewed Publications
1. Constantinidou, F., Thomas, RD, Haren, L (2008). Benefits of categorization training in patients with TBI during post acute rehabilitation: Additional evidence from a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 23 (5), 312-328.
2. Wertheimer, J., Roebuck, T., Constantinidou, F., Tursktra, L., Pavol, M (2008). Collaboration between Neuropsychologists and Speech Language Pathologists in Rehabilitation Settings. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 23 (5), 273-285.
3. Constantinidou, F., Ioannou, M. (2008). The effects of age and language on paragraph recall performance: Findings from a Preliminary Cross-Sectional Study. Psychologia, 15 (4), 342-361.
4. Joint Committee on Interprofessional Relations Between the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and Division 40 (Clinical Neuropsychology) of the American Psychological Association. (2007). Structure and function of an interdisciplinary team for persons with acquired brain injury [Guidelines]. Available from www.asha.org/policy.
5. Sanders, A., Nakase-Thomson, R., Constantinidou, F., Wertheimer, J., & Paul, D.(2007). Memory Assessment on an Interdisciplinary Rehabilitation Team: A Theoretically Based Framework. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 16, 316-330.
6. Constantinidou, F., Thomas, R.D., Scharp, V.L., Laske, K.M., Hammerly, M.D., Guitonde, S. (2005). Effects of Categorization Training in Patients with TBI During Post Acute Rehabilitation: Preliminary Findings. The Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 20(2), 143-157.
7. Constantinidou, F. and Kreimer, L.T. (2004). Feature description and categorization of common objects after traumatic brain injury: The effects of a multi-trial paradigm. Brain and Language, 89(1), 216-225.
8. Constantinidou, F. and Baker, S. (2002). Stimulus modality and verbal learning in normal aging. Brain and Language, 82, 296-311.
9. Constantinidou, F. (2002). Efficacy in Categorization Training after Traumatic Brain Injury: Multi-Center Clinical Trials. Communication Matters, 29 (8), 8-9.