Matthew J. Kmiecik, PhD

2020- OB/GYN NorthShore University HealthSysten 
 2020- OB/GYN University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine 
Chronic Pelvic Pain; Reasoning
"Matthew Kmiecik"
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Jones LL, Kmiecik MJ, Irwin JL, et al. (2022) Differential effects of semantic distance, distractor salience, and relations in verbal analogy. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Kmiecik MJ, Tu FF, Silton RL, et al. (2021) Cortical mechanisms of visual hypersensitivity in women at risk for chronic pelvic pain. Pain
Kmiecik MJ, Tu FF, Silton RL, et al. (2021) Cortical Mechanisms of Visual Hypersensitivity in Women at Risk for Chronic Pelvic Pain. Medrxiv : the Preprint Server For Health Sciences
Kmiecik MJ, Perez R, Krawczyk DC. (2020) Navigating Increasing Levels of Relational Complexity: Perceptual, Analogical, and System Mappings. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-19
Krawczyk DC, Han K, Martinez D, et al. (2019) Executive function training in chronic traumatic brain injury patients: study protocol. Trials. 20: 435
Kmiecik MJ, Brisson RJ, Morrison RG. (2018) The time course of semantic and relational processing during verbal analogical reasoning. Brain and Cognition
Kmiecik MJ, Rodgers BN, Martinez DM, et al. (2017) A Method for Characterizing Semantic and Lexical Properties of Sentence Completions in Traumatic Brain Injury. Psychological Assessment
Kmiecik MJ, Martinez D, Young LR, et al. (2016) Observing Changes in Cognition, Mood, and White Matter in Chronic TBI Using Multiple Factor Analysis After Cognitive Intervention Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 97: e75
Kmiecik MJ, Martinez D, Young LR, et al. (2016) Functional and Structural Neural Patterns in Mild-Moderate Chronic-Phase Traumatic Brain Injury Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 97: e55
Stockdale LA, Morrison RG, Kmiecik MJ, et al. (2015) Emotionally anesthetized: media violence induces neural changes during emotional face processing. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
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