Frank J. Spellacy

University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada 
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Douglas JM, Spellacy FJ. (2000) Correlates of depression in adults with severe traumatic brain injury and their carers. Brain Injury. 14: 71-88
Dugbartey AT, Spellacy FJ, Dugbartey MT. (1998) Somatosensory discrimination deficits following pediatric cerebral malaria. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 59: 393-6
Dugbartey AT, Spellacy FJ. (1997) Simple reaction time and cognitive information processing efficiency after cerebral malaria in Ghanaian children Neurological Infections and Epidemology. 2: 141-144
Slick DJ, Hopp G, Strauss E, et al. (1996) Victoria Symptom Validity Test: efficiency for detecting feigned memory impairment and relationship to neuropsychological tests and MMPI-2 validity scales. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology. 18: 911-22
Douglas JM, Spellacy FJ. (1996) Indicators of long-term family functioning following severe traumatic brain injury in adults. Brain Injury. 10: 819-39
Spellacy FJ, Brown WG. (1984) Prediction of recidivism in young offenders after brief institutionalization. Journal of Clinical Psychology. 40: 1070-4
Haydon SP, Spellacy FJ. (1973) Monaural reaction time asymmetries for speech and non-speech sounds. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 9: 288-94
Spreen O, Spellacy FJ, Reid JR. (1970) The effect of interstimulus interval and intensity on ear asymmetry for nonverbal stimuli in dichotic listening. Neuropsychologia. 8: 245-50
Spellacy FJ, Spreen O. (1969) A short form of the token test. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 5: 391-7
CROWELL DH, DAVIS CM, CHUN BJ, et al. (1965) GALVANIC SKIN REFLEX IN NEWBORN HUMANS. Science (New York, N.Y.). 148: 1108-11
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