Julia Longenecker
Julia Longenecker
VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System, University of Pittsburgh
Verified email at pitt.edu
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Where have all the women gone?: participant gender in epidemiological and non-epidemiological research of schizophrenia
J Longenecker, J Genderson, D Dickinson, J Malley, B Elvevåg, ...
Schizophrenia research 119 (1-3), 240-245, 2010
522010
Cognitive differences between men and women: a comparison of patients with schizophrenia and healthy volunteers
J Longenecker, D Dickinson, DR Weinberger, B Elvevåg
Schizophrenia research 120 (1-3), 234, 2010
352010
Deriving semantic structure from category fluency: clustering techniques and their pitfalls
W Voorspoels, G Storms, J Longenecker, S Verheyen, DR Weinberger, ...
Cortex 55, 130-147, 2014
272014
Executive function as predictors of persistent thought disorder in first-episode schizophrenia: a one-year follow-up study
JQ Xu, CLM Hui, J Longenecker, EHM Lee, WC Chang, SKW Chan, ...
Schizophrenia research 159 (2-3), 465-470, 2014
242014
Sex differences, hormones, and fMRI stress response circuitry deficits in psychoses
JM Goldstein, K Lancaster, JM Longenecker, B Abbs, LM Holsen, ...
Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 232 (3), 226-236, 2015
222015
Data-driven methodology illustrating mechanisms underlying word list recall: Applications to clinical research.
J Longenecker, P Kohn, S Liu, B Zoltick, DR Weinberger, B Elvevåg
Neuropsychology 24 (5), 625, 2010
132010
Personality traits across the psychosis spectrum: A Hierarchical Taxonomy of Psychopathology conceptualization of clinical symptomatology
JM Longenecker, RF Krueger, SR Sponheim
Personality and mental health 14 (1), 88-105, 2020
52020
Invalid assumptions in clustering analyses of category fluency data: Reply to Sung, Gordon and Schretlen (2015)
S Verheyen, W Voorspoels, J Longenecker, DR Weinberger, B Elvevåg, ...
Cortex 75, 255-259, 2016
52016
Longitudinal changes in semantic categorization performance after symptomatic remission from first-episode psychosis: A 3-year follow-up study
CLM Hui, J Longenecker, GHY Wong, JYM Tang, WC Chang, SKW Chan, ...
Schizophrenia research 137 (1-3), 118-123, 2012
52012
Apophenia as the disposition to false positives: A unifying framework for the Openness-Psychoticism dimension
SD Blain, J Longenecker, R Grazioplene, B Klimes-Dougan, C DeYoung
PsyArXiv, 2019
32019
Perceptions of relapse risks following first‐episode psychosis and attitudes towards maintenance medication: a comparison between nursing and social work professionals
KKS Chan, QPM Chin, JYM Tang, J Longenecker, CLM Hui, CPY Chiu, ...
Early intervention in Psychiatry 5 (4), 324-334, 2011
32011
Fragmented ambiguous objects: Stimuli with stable low-level features for object recognition tasks
CA Olman, T Espensen-Sturges, I Muscanto, JM Longenecker, PC Burton, ...
PloS one 14 (4), e0215306, 2019
22019
Brain responses at encoding predict limited verbal memory retrieval by persons with schizophrenia
JM Longenecker, NC Venables, SS Kang, KA McGuire, SR Sponheim
Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology 33 (4), 477-490, 2018
22018
Apophenia as the disposition to false positives: A unifying framework for openness and psychoticism.
SD Blain, JM Longenecker, RG Grazioplene, B Klimes-Dougan, ...
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 129 (3), 279, 2020
12020
Abnormal Low and High-Level Neural Functions in Schizophrenia During Perception of Fragmented and Ambiguous Objects
S Sponheim, V Pokorny, J Longenecker, C Olman
Biological Psychiatry 87 (9), S245, 2020
2020
Hierarchical Symptom Factors in Early Psychosis
J Longenecker, G Haas, DF Salisbury
Biological Psychiatry 87 (9), S121, 2020
2020
NEURAL MARKERS OF ABERRANT VISUAL PROCESSING DURING OBJECT DETECTION IN PSYCHOSIS
J Longenecker, C Hollowell, SS Kang, C Olman, S Sponheim
PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY 55, S81-S81, 2018
2018
Concepts of ‘self’in delusion resolution
J Longenecker, C Hui, EYH Chen, B Elvevåg
Schizophrenia research: cognition 3, 8, 2016
2016
MALADAPTIVE DSM-5 PERSONALITY TRAITS IN PATIENTS WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA AND BIPOLAR DISORDERS AND THEIR FIRST-DEGREE BIOLOGICAL RELATIVES
J Longenecker, S Sponheim, R Krueger
SCHIZOPHRENIA BULLETIN 41, S112-S112, 2015
2015
Predicting forgetting: brain responses at encoding that predict recollection in schizophrenia patients and their biological relatives
J Longenecker, S Sponheim, SS Kang, N Venables
F1000Research 5, 2014
2014
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