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Lindsay Niccolai, PhD

 
Specialty: Clinical Psychology
Program: Supportive Care Medicine

Overview


Education & Training

Fellowship:

  • MD Anderson Cancer Center - Neuropsychology
Participating Trials

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Publications

  • Brackney MM, Weinberger DM, Higgins K, Meek J, Niccolai LM. Trends in Precancerous Cervical Lesions by Area-Based Measures of Poverty, Race, and Ethnicity, Connecticut, 2008-2018. Public Health Rep. 2021 Nov. Pubmedid: 34727517.
  • Niccolai L, Aita SL, Walker HC, Del Bene VA, Gerstenecker A, Marotta D, Gammon M, Martin RC, Clay OJ, Crowe M, Triebel KL. Correlates of deep brain stimulation consensus conference decision to treat primary dystonia. Clin Neurol Neurosurg. 2021 Aug.207:106747. Pubmedid: 34237680. Pmcid: PMC8386520.
  • Niccolai L, Aita SL, Walker HC, Martin RC, Clay OJ, Crowe M, Triebel KL. An examination of the neurocognitive profile and base rate of performance impairment in primary dystonia. J Clin Neurosci. 2020 Apr.74:1-5. Pubmedid: 31932183.
  • Niccolai LM, Triebel KL, Gerstenecker A, McPherson TO, Cutter GR, Martin RC, Marson DC. Neurocognitive Predictors of Declining Financial Capacity in Persons with Mild Cognitive Impairment. Clin Gerontol. 2018 Jun.40(1):14-23. Pubmedid: 28452629. Pmcid: PMC5412082.
  • Vance DE, Frank JS, Bail J, Triebel KL, Niccolai LM, Gerstenecker A, Meneses K. Interventions for Cognitive Deficits in Breast Cancer Survivors Treated With Chemotherapy. Cancer Nurs. 2017 Jan.40(1):E11-E27. Pubmedid: 26918390.
  • Gerstenecker A, Niccolai L, Marson D, Triebel KL. Enhancing Medical Decision-Making Evaluations: Introduction of Normative Data for the Capacity to Consent to Treatment Instrument. Assessment. 2016 Apr.23(2):232-239. Pubmedid: 26282778. Pmcid: PMC4757515.
  • Perrone-McGovern K, Simon-Dack S, Niccolai L. Prenatal and Perinatal Factors Related to Autism, IQ, and Adaptive Functioning. J Genet Psychol. 2015 Sep.176(1-2):1-10. Pubmedid: 25608037.
  • Simon-Dack SL, Holtgraves T, Marsh LM, Fogle KL. Resting electroencephalography correlates of pseudoneglect: an individual differences approach. Neuroreport. 2013 Oct.24(15):827-830. Pubmedid: 23839306.

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