CURRICULUM VITAE


John J. Sidtis, PhD



Research Scientist, Geriatrics Division,

Nathan Kline Institute, 140 Old Orangeburg Road, Orangeburg, NY 10962


Director, Brain and Behavior Laboratory, Geriatrics Division

Nathan Kline Institute


Research Professor, Department of Psychiatry,

New York University Medical School, New York, NY


Consulting Neuropsychologist, New York


TEL: (845) 398 5577  

FAX: (845) 398 5575  

Electronic mail: john.sidtis@nyu.edu

Homepage: http://homepages.nyu.edu/~sidtij01


Biographical Information


Married: Diana Van Lancker Sidtis

Three children: Alexander, Ann-Marie, Robert


Academic History


Columbia College, New York, New York, 1969-1973, B.A., May 1973.

University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, 1973-75, M.A., Experimental Psychology, May 1977. Dissertation topic: Hemispheric differences for practice effects in processing verbal and non-verbal auditory stimuli.

Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, New York, 1975-1978, Ph.D., Experimental Psychology, December 1978. Dissertation topic: Hemispheric specialization for the perception of musical tones.

Division of Cognitive Neuroscience, Department of Neurology, New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, 1978-1980, Post-Doctoral Fellow/Internship.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, July, 1986, Diplomate, Special Summer Program in Speech Communication.


Board Certification


New York State Board for Professional Practice of Psychology, License number 007113, 1982 - present.

Minnesota Board of Psychology, Licensed Psychologist, License number LP0760,

1990 - 2001.


Research and Professional Experience


2001 - Present: Research Professor, Department of Psychiatry, New York University

Medical School.

2001 - Present: Research Scientist, Geriatrics Division, Nathan Kline Institute, Director,

Brain and Behavior Laboratory.

2000 - 2002: Visiting Scholar, Department of Psychology, New York University.

1998 - 2001: Psychology Standards Committee, Fairview-University Hospital.

1995 - 2001: Psychology Standards Committee, University of Minnesota Hospital.

1991 - 2001: Psychology Staff, University of Minnesota Hospital and Clinic.

1990 - 2001: Associate Member, graduate faculty in Neuroscience, University of

                                 Minnesota Graduate School.

1990 - 2001: Associate Adjunct Professor, Department of Psychology, University of

                                 Minnesota.

1990 - 2001: Faculty Affiliate Member, Center for Research in Learning, Perception

                                 and Cognition.

1989 - 2001: Associate Professor (tenured), Department of Neurology, University of

                                 Minnesota Medical School.

1987 - 1989: Assistant Member, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.

1987 - 1989: Assistant Attending Psychologist, Memorial Hospital.

1984 - 1987: Assistant Attending Psychologist (Part-time) Psychiatry Service and

                                 Department of Neurology, Memorial Hospital (concurrent with New

                                 York Hospital and Cornell positions).

1982 - 1989: Professional Associate, The New York Hospital.

1981 - 1989: Assistant Professor of Psychology in Neurology, Division of

Cognitive Neuroscience, Department of Neurology Cornell University Medical College.

1980: Instructor, Division of Cognitive Neuroscience, Department of Neurology

                                 Cornell University Medical College.

1978 - 1980: Post-doctoral Fellow (Internship), Division of Cognitive Neuroscience,

                                 Department of Neurology Cornell University Medical College.

1977 - 1978: NIH Pre-doctoral Fellow, Department of Psychology, State University of

                                 New York (SUNY) at Stony Brook.

1977: Biomedical Sciences Research Fellow, SUNY Stony Brook.

1975 - 1977: Teaching Assistant, Department of Psychology, SUNY Stony Brook.

1973 - 1975: Teaching Assistant, Department of Psychology, University of Waterloo.

1971 - 1973: Director of Educational Services, Grant Houses, Manhattanville

                                 Community Center, NY, NY.


Major Research Interests


Brain organization for complex behaviors, especially speech and language.

Functional brain imaging of normal and impaired speech, language and memory.

Quantitative neuropsychological evaluation of speech, motor function, language, memory, and cognition.

Clinical studies of neuropsychological changes in aging and dementia.


Doctoral Dissertation Committees


New York University

University of Minnesota

Cornell University Medical College Graduate School

Queens College of the City University of New York

Graduate Center of the City University of New York

University of New South Wales


Departmental/Administrative Committees


Protocol Review Committee, Center for Advanced Brain Imaging, Nathan Kline Institute.

Volunteer Subject Pool Oversight Committee, Nathan Kline Institute.

Various faculty search committees, Department of Neurology, University of Minnesota.

Vice President, Faculty Practice Plan, Department of Neurology, University of Minnesota.

Information Technology Committee, Department of Neurology, University of Minnesota.

Institutional Review Board, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.


National Advisory Committees


Reviewer, Agence Nationale de la Recherche, France, 2008.

NIH Center for Scientific Review, Member of Motor Function, Speech and Rehabilitation Study Section, June 2007 - May 2011.

NIH Division of Research Grants Reviewer, Motor Function, Speech and Rehabilitation Study Section, June, October, 2001, February, June 2002, February, October 2003, June 2004, February 2006, October 2006, June 2007.

NIH Division of Research Grants Ad Hoc Reviewer, November, 2006.

NIH Reviewer, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Special Emphasis Panel, March, 2003, January 2004.

NIMH, Nervous System Tissue Bank Network Initiative, June, 1998, August, 1999.

NINDS AIDS Program Panel: CNS as HIV Reservoir: BBB and Drug Delivery, September, 1998.

NIH AIDS and Related Research Study Section: July, 1990 - June, 1994,

Chair 1992 - 1994.

NCI/NIAID AIDS Clinical Trials Group (ACTG) Neurology Core Committee, 1988 - 1991.

Consultant to the United States Air Force Surgeon General on HIV policy.

World Health Organization Advisor on the neurological complications of HIV, 1989.

NIH-NIAID AIDS Reviewer.

NIMH Ad Hoc Reviewer for HIV.

NIMH AIDS Methodology Consultant.

National Science Foundation Reviewer.

Veterans Administration Merit Reviewer for Neurobiology.

National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia reviewer.




Community Service


Co-developer, with Dr. Nunzio Pomara, of the Memory Education and Research Initiative (MERI) to provide free memory screening to individuals in Rockland County NY.


Society Memberships


Acoustical Society of America

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

International Neuropsychology Society

Society for Neuroscience


Journal Editor


Journal of NeuroAIDS. R.W. Price and J.J. Sidtis (Eds). The Haworth Press, Binghampton, N.Y. (Through 1999).


Journal Reviewer


Alcoholism, American Journal of Psychiatry, American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, Annals of Neurology, Biological Psychiatry, Brain and Language, Cerebral Cortex, Cortex, Human Brain Map, Journal of Nuclear Medicine, Lancet, Neurobiology of Aging, NeuroImage, Neurology, Neuropsychologia, Stroke


Scientific Director


Bob Allison Ataxia Research Center, University of Minnesota (1995-2000).


Honors and Invited Talks


New York Academy of Sciences/New York Neuropsychology Group, March 2008.

Columbia University Seminar, Co-sponsored by Language & Cognition and Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience, October 2007.

Invited Faculty, First International Symposium on Basal Ganglia Speech Disorders and Deep Brain Stimulation, Institute of Neurology, Queen Square, London, July 2007.

American Speech-Hearing-Language Association Annual Meeting, Invited three-hour course on functional imaging for speech, language and hearing research, November 2006.

Alzheimer’s Association, Hudson Valley/Rockland/Westchester, NY Chapter, May 2006.

Ahmanson-Lovelace Brain Mapping Center, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, February 2006.

Department of Infomatics and Modelling, Danish Technical University, Copenhagen Denmark, August 2005.

International Workshop on Processes of Communication, Bielefeld Germany, February 2005.

Department of Psychology, State University of New York at Stony Brook, October 2004.

Max Planck Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany, July 2003.

University of Hamburg Medical School, Department of Neurology, Hamburg Germany, July 2003.

Discussant on the role of functional imaging, National Institute of Deafness and Communicative Disorders Workshop on Neurologic Motor Speech Disorders in Adults, June 2003.

Department of Psychiatry, Växjö University, Sweeden, April 2003.

FC Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging, Nijmegen Netherlands, April 2003.

Max Planck Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig, Germany, August, 2001.

University of Muenster Medical School Department of Neurology, Muenster Germany, August, 2001.

New York State Institute for Basic Research in Developmental Disabilities, Staten Island NY, October 2000.

Boston Aphasia Research Center, Boston MA, August 2000

Graduate Center, City University of New York, New York NY, March, 2000

New York University, School of Education, New York NY, March, 2000

Columbia University Teachers College, New York NY, October, 1999

University of Stuttgart, Institute for Computational Linguistics, Stuttgart, Germany, June, 1999.

Samuel Sutton Memorial Seminar Series, New York State Psychiatric Institute, New York NY, March 1997.

Brain Awareness Week, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis MN, Spring 1996.

Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease, Invited speaker at symposium on "HIV, AIDS, and the Brain", New York NY, December 4-5, 1992.

University of California AIDS Faculty Development Retreat, Invited speaker on the AIDS Dementia Complex and Neuropsychological Testing, January, 1991.

Minnesota Psychological Association, Invited speaker, AIDS Symposium, March, 1990.

University of Minnesota Institute for Disabilities Studies, Dialogue series speaker, PET Applications to Behavioral Studies, January, 1990.

University of Minnesota Center for Research in Learning, Perception and Cognition, Introduction to Positron Emission Tomography, January, 1990.

World Health Organization consultant on the development of research protocols for the cross cultural study of the AIDS Dementia Complex, WHO Geneva, July, 1989.

New York City Department of Health AIDS Workshop, The AIDS Dementia Complex, New York, NY, May, 1989.

Institute for Basic Research in Mental Retardation, New York NY, Psychology Colloquium, September, 1988.

North Shore University Hospital, Manhasset NY, Neurology Grand Rounds, July, 1988.

Distinguished Visiting Professor, Department of the Air Force, Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center, Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, Spring, 1987.

New York State Psychological Association Panel on Advances in Neuropsychology, Spring, 1987.

Beth Israel Medical Center Psychiatry Grand Rounds, AIDS Dementia, February, 1987.

The Audiology Study Group of New York, Pitch and the Brain, February, 1987.

National Institute of Mental Health AIDS Methodology Conference: Establishing Standards for Neuropsychological Evaluation. Bethesda, MD, Fall, 1986.

New York Neuropsychology Group: AIDS Dementia Complex, New York, NY, Fall, 1986.

Maimonidies Medical Center Psychology Colloquium, New York, NY, May, 1986.

Fifth Iowa Acoustics Colloquium on the Acoustics and the Perception of Sound and Music, University of Iowa, 1985.

New York Hospital - Cornell Medical Center Department of Psychiatry Symposium: Perspectives on Dissociative Phenomenon, Fall, 1984.

American Psychological Association Symposium on the Function of the Corpus Callosum, Fall, 1984.

New York State Psychological Association, Panel on the State of the Art in Psychology, Spring, 1983.

Northeastern University Graduate Psychology Colloquium, Boston, MA, 1982.

Hahnemann Medical College, Department of Mental Health Sciences Colloquium, Philadelphia, PA, 1982.

New York Neuropsychology Group, Fall 1981.

Queens College Psychology Department Colloquium, New York, NY, Fall, 1981.

Brain and Behavior Seminar, Northport Central School District, Northport, NY, Fall 1981.

Human Cognition Colloquium, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, Spring, 1981.

Danforth Foundation Conference on the Brain, Imagination and Television, Kansas City, KA, Spring, 1981.

Armed Services Medical School, Functions of the Corpus Callosum, Bethesda, MD, Fall, 1980.

Montclair Adult Education Special Series on New Frontiers in Science, Montclair, NJ, Spring, 1980.


Extramural Research Grants


Principal Investigator: Cortical-subcortical interaction in PD and normal speech. NIH, 1R01 DC007658, 2006 - 2011.

Principal Investigator: Functional Imaging of Speech in Parkinson's Disease. The Parkinson's Disease Foundation. July 1, 2001 - March 31, 2006.

Investigator: Spatial and Temporal Patterns in Functional Neuroimaging (Program Project, Principal Investigator - David Rottenberg, M.D.). NIMH Human Brain Project, Neuropsychology Core PI, 1996-2001.

Investigator: Hereditary Ataxia: Molecular Genetics & Pathophysiology (Program Project, Principal Investigator - Harry T. Orr, Ph.D.). NINDS, Clinical Core PI. 1994-1999.

Principal Investigator: Program Project in AIDS Dementia Complex Supplement. NINDS, 1998-2000.

Principal Investigator: Program Project in AIDS Dementia Complex. NINDS, Project PI: Core; Project PI: Quantitative Performance Assessment of the Aids Dementia Complex. 1995-2000.

Co-Principal Investigator: Program Project in AIDS Dementia Complex (Principal Investigator - Richard Price). NINDS, Project Co-PI: Core; Project PI: Aids Dementia Complex in HIV Seropositive Patients at Moderate Risk. 1988-1995.

Principal Investigator: Right Hemisphere Auditory Pattern Recognition. NINCDS R01 NS18802, 1982-1986.

Investigator: Program in Cognitive Neuroscience (Principal Investigator - Michael S. Gazzaniga). NINCDS P01 NS17778, 1985-90. Project PI: Auditory Pattern Recognition.

Investigator: Research Center in Cerebrovascular Disease (Principal Investigator - Fred Plum). NINCDS P50 NS03346, 1984-1989. Project PI: Cognitive Structure After Stroke.

Investigator: Program in Positron Emission Tomography of the CNS (Principal Investigator - David Rottenberg). 1984-1989. Project PI: Neuropsychological Correlates of Cerebral Metabolism.

Investigator: AIDS Dementia (Principal Investigator - Richard Price). NINCDS NS-221703, 1985-1988.

Investigator: Natural History of AIDS Encephalopathy (Principal Investigator - Richard Price). NYS AR-074, 1986-1987.

Investigator: Medical and Psychologic Sequelae in Leukemia Survivors (Principal Investigator - Lynna Lesko). NCI CA-39370, 1985-1987.

Co-Director: Psychiatric and Pain Research Training in Cancer (Principal Investigator - Jimmie Holland). Director, Neuropsychology Supplement, T32-CA09461, 1986-1989.

Investigator: AIDS Treatment Contract (Principal Investigator - D.L. Armstrong) AIDS Dementia Subproject. NCI/NIAID 86-CA-05.

Pre-doctoral Fellow, USPHS Pre-doctoral fellowship, 1977-1978.


Multi-Center Research Protocols:


Human Brain Map International Consortium for Characterizing Spatial and Temporal Patterns in Functional Neuroimaging (Minneapolis, Boston, USA, Copenhagen, Denmark, Akita, Japan).

Multicenter placebo-controlled double-blind trial to evaluate azidothymidine (AZT) treatment of the AIDS Dementia Complex and Central Nervous System Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection.

Multicenter pilot study of didanosine in patients with HIV dementia.

Multicenter comparison trial to evaluate neurological function in patients treated with 2'3'-dideoxyinosine (ddI, Didanosine, Videx).

Neuropsychologist: Brain Tumor Cooperative Group (BTCG) protocol BTCG 87-30 low-grade glioma phase III.



ARTICLES


1. Sidtis JJ, Bryden MP. Asymmetrical perception of language and music: Evidence for independent processing strategies. Neuropsychologia 16(3): 627-632, 1978.


2. Springer SP, Sidtis JJ, Wilson DH, Gazzaniga MS. Left ear performance in dichotic listening following commissurotomy. Neuropsychologia 16(5): 305-312, 1978.


3. Sidtis JJ. On the nature of the cortical function underlying right hemisphere auditory perception. Neuropsychologia 18(3): 321-330, 1980.


4. Sidtis JJ, Volpe BT, Wilson DH, Rayport M, Gazzaniga MS. Variability in right hemisphere language function after callosal section: Evidence for a continuum of generative capacity. Journal of Neuroscience 1(3): 323-331, 1981.


5. Sidtis JJ, Volpe BT, Holtzman JD, Wilson DH, Gazzaniga MS. Cognitive interaction after staged callosal section: Evidence for transfer of semantic activation. Science 212(4492): 344-346, 1981.


6. Sidtis JJ. The complex tone test: Implications for the assessment of auditory laterality effects. Neuropsychologia 19(1): 103-112, 1981.


7. Holtzman JD, Sidtis JJ, Volpe BT, Wilson DH, Gazzaniga MS. Dissociation of spatial information for stimulus localization and the control of attention. Brain 104(4): 861-872, 1981.


8. Gazzaniga MS, Sidtis JJ, Volpe BT, Smylie C, Holtzman JD, Wilson DH. Evidence of para-callosal verbal transfer after callosal section: A possible consequence of bilateral language organization. Brain 105(1): 53-63, 1982.


9. Sidtis JJ. Predicting brain organization from dichotic listening performance: Cortical and sub-cortical functional asymmetries contribute to perceptual asymmetries. Brain and Language 17(2): 287-300, 1982.


10. Volpe BT, Sidtis JJ, Holtzman JD, Wilson DH, Gazzaniga MS. Cortical mechanisms involved in praxis: Observations following partial and complete section of the corpus callosum in man. Neurology 32(6): 645-650, 1982.


11. Volpe BT, Sidtis JJ, Gazzaniga MS. Can hand posture predict language lateralization? Archives of Neurology 38(10): 637-638, 1982.


12. Sidtis JJ. Asymmetries, large and small. Brain and Language 21, 354-357, 1984


13. Portenoy RK, Jarden JO, Sidtis JJ, Lipton RB, Foley KM, Rottenberg DA. Compulsive thalamic self-stimulation: A case with metabolic, electrophysiologic, and behavioral correlates. Pain 27(3): 277-290, 1986.


14. Levy DE, Sidtis JJ, Rottenberg DA, Jarden JO, Strother SC, Dhawan V, Ginos JZ, Tramo MJ, Plum F. The vegetative and locked-in states affect cerebral blood flow and glucose utilization differently. Annals of Neurology 22(6): 673-682, 1987.


15. Moeller JR, Strother SC, Sidtis JJ, Rottenberg DA. The scaled subprofile model: A statistical approach to the analysis of functional patterns of brain metabolism in positron emission tomographic/fluorodeoxyglucose data. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 7(5): 649-658, 1987.


16. Phillips PC, Dhawan V, Strother SC, Sidtis JJ, Evans AC, Allen JC, Rottenberg DA. Reduced cerebral glucose metabolism and increased brain capillary permeability following high-dose methotrexate chemotherapy. Annals of Neurology 21(1): 59-63, 1987.


17. Rottenberg DA, Moeller JR, Strother SC, Sidtis JJ, Navia BA, Dhawan V, Ginos JZ, Price RW. The metabolic pathology of the AIDS dementia complex. Annals of Neurology 22(6): 700-706, 1987.


18. Sidtis JJ, Sadler AE, Nass R. Dichotic speech and pitch discrimination in children ages seven to twelve. Developmental Neuropsychology 3: 227-238, 1987.


19. Anderson NE, Posner JB, Sidtis JJ, Moeller JR, Strother SC, Dhawan V, Rottenberg DA. The metabolic anatomy of paraneoplastic cerebellar degeneration. Annals of Neurology 23(6): 533-540, 1988.


20. Brew BJ, Sidtis JJ, Rosenblum M, Price RW. AIDS dementia complex. Journal of the Royal College of Physicians of London 22(3): 140-144, 1988.


21. Price RW, Sidtis JJ, Rosenblum M. The AIDS Dementia Complex: Some Current Questions. Annals of Neurology 23 (suppl): S27-33, 1988.


22. Price RW, Brew B, Sidtis JJ, Rosenblum M, Scheck AC, Cleary P. The brain in AIDS: Central nervous system HIV-1 infection and the AIDS Dementia Complex. Science 239(4840): 586-592, 1988.


23. Sidtis JJ, Volpe BT. Selective loss of complex-pitch or speech discrimination after unilateral cerebral lesion. Brain and Language 34(2): 235-245, 1988.


24. Tross S, Price RW, Navia BA, Thaler H, Gold J, Sidtis JJ. Neuropsychological characterization of the AIDS dementia complex: A preliminary report. AIDS 2(2): 81-88, 1988.


25. Sidtis JJ, Sadler AE, Nass RD. Double disconnection effects resulting from infiltrating tumors. Neuropsychologia 27(11-12): 1415-1420, 1989.


26. Victor JD, Maiese K, Shapely R, Sidtis JJ, Gazzaniga MS. Central achromatopsia: analysis of a case with preservation of coarse color discrimination. Clinical Vision Sciences 4: 183-196, 1989.


27. Devenny DA, Balgley H, Silverman WP, Wall MJ, Sidtis JJ. Specific motor abilities associated with speech fluency in down's syndrome. Journal of Mental Deficiency Research 34(5): 437-443, 1990.


28. Eidelberg D, Moeller JR, Dhawan V, Sidtis JJ, Ginos JZ, Strother SC, Cedarbaum J, Greene P, Fahn S, Rottenberg DA. The metabolic anatomy of Parkinson's disease: complementary [18]Fluorodeoxyglucose and [18]Fluorodopa positron emission tomographic studies. Movement Disorders 5(3): 203-213, 1990.


29. Nass RD, Baker S, Sadler AE, Sidtis JJ. The effects of precocious adrenarche on cognition and hemispheric specialization. Brain and Cognition 14(1): 59-69, 1990.


30. Price RW, Sidtis JJ. Evaluation of the AIDS Dementia Complex in clinical trials. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 3, (Suppl 2): S51-S60, 1990.


31. Sidtis JJ, Feldmann E. Transient ischemic attacks presenting with a loss of pitch perception. Cortex 26(3): 469-471, 1990.


32. Sidtis JJ, Price RW. Early HIV-1 infection and the AIDS dementia complex. Neurology 40(2): 323-326, 1990.


33. Eidelberg D, Dhawan V, Moeller JR, Sidtis JJ, Ginos JZ, Strother SC, Cedarbaum J, Greene P, Fahn S, Powers JM, Rottenberg DA. The metabolic landscape of cortico-basal ganglionic degeneration: regional asymmetries studied with positron emission tomography. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry 54(10): 856-862, 1991.


34. Heyes MP, Brew BJ, Martin A, Price RW, Salazar AM, Yergey JA, Mouradian MM, Sadler AE, Keilp J, Sidtis JJ, Bhalla RB, Rubinow D, Markey SP. Increased cerebrospinal fluid concentrations of the excitotoxin quinolinic acid in HIV infection and AIDS dementia complex. Annals of Neurology 29(2): 202-209, 1991.


35. Janssen RS, Cornblath DR, Epstein LG, Foa RP, McArthur JC, Price RW, Asbury AK, Beckett A, Benson DF, Bridge TP, Leventhal CM, Satz P, Saykin AJ, Sidtis JJ, Tross S: Nomenclature and research case definitions for neurological manifestatons of human immunodeficiency virus type-1 (HIV-1) infection. Neurology 41: 778-785, 1991.


36. Phillips PC, Moeller JR, Sidtis JJ, Dhawan V, Steinhertz P, Strother S, Ginos JZ, Rottenberg DA. Abnormal cerebral glucose metabolism in long-term survivors of childhood acute lymphocytic leukemia. Annals of Neurology 29(3): 263-271, 1991.


37. Price RW, Sidtis JJ, Brew BJ. AIDS Dementia Complex and HIV-1 infection: a view from the clinic. Brain Pathology 1(3): 155-162, 1991.


38. Rottenberg DA, Moeller JR, Strother SC, Sidtis JJ, Dhawan V. Effects of percent thresholding on the extraction of (18F)fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomographic region-of-interest data. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 11: A83-A88, 1991.


39. Strother SC, Liow J-S, Moeller JR, Sidtis JJ, Dhawan V, Rottenberg DA. Absolute quantitation in neurological PET: Do we need it? Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 11(2): A3-A16, 1991.


40. Sweeney JA, Brew BJ, Keilp JG, Sidtis JJ, Price RW. Pursuit eye movement dysfunction in HIV-1 seropositive patients. Journal of Psychiatry and Neuroscience 16(5): 247-252, 1991.


41. Brew BJ, Bhalla RB, Paul M, Sidtis JJ, Keilp JG, Sadler AE, Gallardo H, McArthur JC, Schwartz MK, Price RW. Cerebrospinal fluid Beta-2-microglobulin in patients with AIDS Dementia Complex: an expanded series including response to zidovudine treatment. AIDS 6(5): 461-465, 1992.


42. Nass RD, Sadler AE, Sidtis JJ. Dichotic listening performance in patients with congenital unilateral brain damage: Evidence for asymmetrical crowding. Neurology

42(10): 1960-1965, 1992.


43. Van Lancker D, Sidtis JJ. The identification of affective-prosodic stimuli by left- and right-hemisphere damaged subjects: all errors are not created equal. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research 35(5): 963-970, 1992.


44. Sidtis JJ, Gatsonis C, Price RW, Singer EJ, Collier AC, Richman DD, Hirsch MS, Schaerf FW, Fischl MA, Kieburtz K, Simpson D, Koch MA, Feinberg J and the AIDS Clinical Trials Group. Zidovudine Treatment of the AIDS Dementia Complex: Results of a Placebo-Controlled Trial. Annals of Neurology 33(4): 343-349, 1993.


45. Tenke CE, Bruder GE, Toway J, Leite P, Sidtis JJ. Correspondence between brain ERP and behavioral asymmetries in a dichotic complex tone test. Psychophysiology 30(1): 62-70, 1993.


46. Van Lancker D, Sidtis JJ. Brain damage and prosody errors reconsidered. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research 36(6): 1191-1192, 1993.


47. Sidtis JJ. Evaluation of the AIDS dementia complex in adults. Association for Research in Nervous & Mental Disease 72: 273-287, 1994.


48. Strother SC, Anderson JR, Schaper KA, Sidtis JJ, Liow J-S, Woods RP, Rottenberg DA. Principal component analysis and the subprofile scaling model compared to intersubject averaging and statistical parametric mapping: I "Functional connectivity" of the human motor system studied with [15O]water PET. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 15(5): 738-753, 1995.


49. Rottenberg DA, Sidtis JJ, Strother SC, Schaper KA, Anderson JR, Nelson MJ, Price RW. Characteristic cerebral metabolic abnormalities in HIV-1 seropositive subjects with and without dementia. Journal of Nuclear Medicine 37(7): 1133-1141, 1996.


50. Kieburtz K, Price RW, Sidtis JJ, Hall C, Grundman M, McLaren C. Pilot study of didanosine in patients with HIV dementia. Journal of NeuroAIDS 1:1-5, 1996.


51. Sidtis JJ, Dafni O, Clifford D, Hall C, Kieburtz K, Tucker T, Slasor P, Price RW. Neurological function in patients treated with 2'3'-dideoxyinosine (ddI, Didanosine, Videx). Journal of Neurovirology 3(3): 233-240, 1997.


52. Navia BA, Dafni U, Simpson D, Tucker T, Singer E, McArthur JC, Yiannoutsos C, Zaborski L, Lipton SA, and the AIDS Clinical Trial Group. A phase I/II trial of nimodipine for HIV-related neurologic complications. Neurology 51: 221-228, 1998.


53. Sidtis JJ, Strother SC, Anderson, JR, Rottenberg DA. Are brain functions really additive? NeuroImage 9(5): 490-496, 1999 (Cover article).


54. Hansen LK, Larsen J, Nielsen FA, Strother SC, Rostrup E, Savoy R, Lange N, Sidtis JJ, Svarer C, Paulson OB. Generalizable patterns in neuroimaging: how many principal components? NeuroImage 9(5): 534-544, 1999.


55. Price RW, Yiannoutsos CT, Clifford DB, Zaborski L, Tselis A, Sidtis JJ, Cohen B, Hall CD, Erice A, Henry K for the AIDS Clinical Trial Group (ACTG) and the Neurological AIDS Research Consortium (NARC) study team. Neurological outcomes in late HIV infection: adverse impact of neurological impairment on survival and protective effect of antiviral therapy. AIDS 13(13): 1677-1685, 1999.


56. Sidtis JJ. From chronograph to functional image: What's next? Invited contribution to a special millennium edition of Brain and Cognition 42(1): 75-77, 2000.


57. Frutiger SA, Strother SC, Anderson JR, Sidtis JJ, Arnold JB, Rottenberg DA. Multivariate predictive relationship between kinematic and functional activation patterns in a PET study of visuomotor learning. NeuroImage 12(5): 515-527, 2000.


58. Muley SA, Ashe J, Strother SC, Frutiger SA, Anderson JR, Sidtis JJ, Rottenberg DA. Effects of changes in experimental design on PET studies of isometric force. NeuroImage 13(1): 185-195, 2001.


59. Strother SC, Anderson JR, Hansen LK, Kjems U, Kustra R, Sidtis JJ, Frutiger S, Muley SA, LaConte S, Rottenberg DA. The quantitative evaluation of functional neuroimaging experiments: The NPAIRS data analysis framework. NeuroImage 15(4): 747-71, 2002.


60. Kjems U, Hansen LK, Anderson JR, Frutiger SA, Muley SA, Sidtis JJ, Rottenberg DA, Strother SC. The quantitative evaluation of functional neuroimaging experiments: Mutual information learning curves. NeuroImage 15(4): 772-86, 2002.


61. Balslev D, Nielsen FA, Frutiger SA, Sidtis JJ, Christiansen TB, Svarer C, Strother SC, Rottenberg DA, Hansen LK, Paulson OB, Law I. Cluster analysis of activity time-series in motor learning. Human Brain Mapping 15(3): 135-45, 2002.


62. Sidtis JJ, Van Lancker Sidtis D. A neurobehavioral approach to dysprosody. Seminars in Speech and Language 24(2): 93-105, 2003.


63. Sidtis JJ, Strother SC, Rottenberg DA. Predicting performance from functional imaging data: Methods matter. NeuroImage 20(2): 615-624, 2003.


64. Pomara N, Willoughby L, Wesnes K, Sidtis JJ. Increased anticholinergic challenge-induced memory impairment associated with the ApoE-e4 allele in the elderly: A controlled pilot study. Neuropsychopharmacology 29(2): 403-409, 2004.


65. Pomara N, Willoughby L, Ritchie JC, Sidtis JJ, Greenblatt DJ, Nemeroff CB. Interdose elevation in plasma cortisol during chronic treatment with alprazolam but not lorazepam in the elderly. Neuropsychopharmocology 29(3): 605-611, 2004.


66. Pomara N, Willoughby L, Sershen H, Hashim A, Sidtis JJ, Wesnes K, Greenblatt DJ, Lajtha A. Effects of acute lorazepam administration on aminergic activity in normal elderly subjects: relationship to performance effects and APOE genotype. Neurochemical Research 29(7): 1391-1398, 2004.


67. Pomara N, Willoughby LM, Sidtis JJ, Doraiswamy PM, Wesnes KA, Cooper TB, Greenblatt DJ. Baseline plasma GABA: its relationship to the adverse effects of acute lorazepam administration on cognition in the elderly. Neurochemical Research 29(12): 2311-2315, 2004.


68. Sidtis JJ, Strother SC, Rottenberg DA. The effect of set on the resting state in functional imaging: A role for the striatum? NeuroImage 22(3): 1407-1413, 2004.


69. Nierenberg J, Pomara N, Hoptman MJ, Sidtis JJ, Ardekani B, Lim KO. Abnormal white matter integrity in healthy APOE e4 carriers is independent of cerebral atrophy. NeuroReport 16(12): 1369-1372, 2005.


70. Pomara N, Willoughby L, Greenblatt DJ, Wesnes K, Sidtis JJ. ApoE e4 allelle and lorazepam effects on memory in high functioning elderly. Archives of General Psychiatry 62(2): 209-216, 2005.


71. Pomara N, Willoughby LM, Sidtis JJ, Cooper TB, Greenblatt DJ. Cortisol response to diazepam: its relationship to age, dose, duration of treatment, and presence of generalized anxiety disorder. Psychopharmacology 178(1): 1-8, 2005.


72. Pomara N, Volavka J, Czobor P, Hernando R, Sidtis JJ. Screaming and physical aggression in nursing homes. The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 13(6): 539-540, 2005.


73. Pomara N. Willoughby LM. Sidtis JJ. Mehta PD. Selective Reductions in Plasma A{beta} 1-42 in Healthy Elderly Subjects During Longitudinal Follow-Up: A Preliminary Report. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. 13(10):914-7, 2005.


74. Pomara N, Willoughby LM, Ritchie JC, Sidtis JJ, Greenblatt DJ, Nemeroff CB. Sex-related elevation in cortisol during chronic treatment with alprazolam associated with enhanced cognitive performance. Psychopharmacology 182(3): 414-419, 2005.


75. Pomara N, Doraiswamy PM, Willoughby LM, Roth AE, Mulsant BH, Sidtis JJ, Mehta PD, Reynolds CF, Pollock BG. Elevation in plasma abeta42 in geriatric depression: A pilot study. Neurochemical Research 31(3): 341-349, 2006.


76. Pomara N, Facelle T, Roth A, Willoughby L, Greenblatt DJ, Sidtis JJ. Dose-dependent retrograde facilitation of verbal memory in healthy elderly following acute oral lorazepam administration. Psychopharmacology 185(4): 487-494, 2006.


77. Pomara N, Hernando RT, de la Pena, Sidtis JJ, Cooper TB, Ferris S. The effect of Mifepristone (RU 486) on plasma cortisol in Alzheimer’s disease. Neurochemical Research 31(5): 585-588, 2006.


78. Robertson KR, Parsons TD, Sidtis JJ, Hanlon Inman T, Robertson WT, Hall CD, Price RW. Timed gait test: Normative data for the assessment of the AIDS Dementia Complex. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 28: 1053-1064, 2006.


79. Sidtis JJ, Gomez C, Naoum A, Strother SC, Rottenberg DA. Mapping cerebral blood flow during speech production in hereditary ataxia. NeuroImage 31: 246-254, 2006.


80. Van Lancker Sidtis D, Pachana N, Cummings J, Sidtis JJ. Dysprosodic speech following basal ganglia insult: Toward a conceptual framework for the study of the cerebral representation of prosody. Brain and Language 97(2): 135-153, 2006.


81. Sidtis JJ. Activation: Will hot spots get the hot field in hot water? Brain and Language 102(2): 127-129, 2007.


82. Sidtis JJ. Some problems for representations of brain organization based on activation. Brain and Language 102(2): 130-140, 2007.


83. Sidtis JJ, Strother SC, Naoum A, Rottenberg DA, Gomez C. Longitudinal cerebral blood flow changes during speech in hereditary ataxia. Submitted.


84. Sidtis JJ, Gomez C, Strother SC, Rottenberg DA. Brain activity associated with acoustic differences in the speech of two genotypes of hereditary ataxia. In preparation.




CHAPTERS


1. Sidtis JJ, Gazzaniga MS. Competence versus performance after callosal section: Looks can be deceiving. In J.B. Hellige (Ed.) Cerebral Hemisphere

Asymmetry: Method, Theory and Application. New York: Praeger Press, 152-176, 1983.


2. Sidtis JJ. Plasticity. In R. Harre and R. Lamb (Eds.) Encyclopedic Dictionary of Psychology. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 1983.


3. Volpe BT, Sidtis JJ. Acute disorders of the content of consciousness. In M.P. Earnest (Ed.) Neurologic Emergencies. New York: Churchill-Livingstone, 1983.


4. Sidtis JJ. Music, pitch perception, and the mechanisms of cortical hearing. In M.S. Gazzaniga (Ed.) Handbook of Cognitive Neuroscience. New York: Plenum Press, 91-114, 1984.


5. Sidtis JJ. Bilateral language and commissurotomy: Interactions between the hemispheres with and without the corpus callosum. In Alex Reeves (Ed.) Epilepsy and the Corpus Callosum. New York: Plenum Press, 369-380, 1985.


6. Price RW, Navia BA, Pumarola-Sune T, Cho E, Petito CK, Sidtis JJ. The AIDS dementia complex: Answers and questions. JC Gluckman and E Vilmer (Eds.) Acquired ImmunoDeficiency Syndrome. Paris: Elsevier, 1986.


7. Sidtis JJ. Can neurological disconnection account for psychiatric dissociation? In J. Quen (Ed.) Split Minds/Split Brains. New York: New York University Press, 127-148, 1986.


8. Price RW, Sidtis JJ, Navia BA, Pumarola-Sune T, Ornitz DB. The AIDS dementia complex. In JA Levy, ML Rosenblum, DE Bedeson (Eds.) Aids and the Brain. New York: Raven Press, 203-220, 1988.


9. Sidtis JJ. Dichotic listening in split-brain patients. In K Hugdahl (Ed.) Handbook of Dichotic Listening: Theory, Methods and Research. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 161-184, 1988.


10. Brew B, Sidtis JJ, Petito CK, Price RW, The neurological complications of AIDS and human immunodeficiency virus infection. In F. Plum (Ed.) Advances in Contemporary Neurology. Philadelphia: F.A. Davis, 1-49, 1988.


11. Price RW, Sidtis, JJ. The AIDS dementia complex. In: AIDS and Other Manifestations of HIV Infection. GP Wormser, ed. New York: Raven Press, second edition, 373-380, 1992.


12. Strother SC, Moeller JR, Sidtis JJ, Rottenberg DA. A disease independent pattern of cerebral metabolic activation: the reticular activating system? In K. Uemura, NA Lassen, T Jones, I Kanno (Eds). Proceedings of Brain PET'93 AKITA: Quantification of Brain Function. Amsterdam: Excerpta Medica, 491-498, 1993.


13. Sidtis, JJ. Evaluation of the AIDS Dementia Complex in adults. In RW Price and SW Perry (Eds.) HIV, AIDS, and the Brain. New York: Raven Press, Ltd., 273-287, 1994.


14. Strother SC, Anderson JR, Schaper KA, Sidtis JJ, Rottenberg DA. Linear models of orthogonal subspaces and activated networks from functional activation PET studies of the human brain. In Y. Bizais, C Barillot, R. Di Paola (Eds). Information Processing in Medical Imaging. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 299-310, 1995.


15. Strother SC, Sidtis JJ, Anderson JR, Hansen LK, Schaper KA, Rottenberg DA. [15O]water PET: More "noise" than signal? In R. Meyers, V. Cunningham, D. Bailey, T. Jones (Eds) Quantification of Brain Function Using PET. San Diego: Academic Press, 378-383, 1996.


16. Sidtis JJ, Price RW. Viral infections of the brain including HIV. In T.E. Feinberg and M. Farah (Eds). Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychology. New York: McGraw-Hill, 605-608, 1997.


17. Strother S, Anderson J, Sidtis J, Schaper K, Hansen L, Liow J-S, Rottenberg D. Functional Image Registration Metrics Based on Orthogonal Subspaces. In P. Fox, J. Lancaster, K. Friston (Eds.). Mapping and Modeling the Human Brain. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1997.


18. Sidtis JJ, Anderson JR, Strother SC, Rottenberg DA. Establishing behavioral correlates of functional imaging signals. In A. Gjedde, SB Hansen, GM Knudsen, OB Paulson (Eds.) Physiological Imaging of the Brain with PET. San Diego: Academic Press, 2001.


19. Sidtis JJ. Pitch. To appear in the Cambridge Encyclopedia of the Language Sciences.




BOOKS


1. Price RW, Sidtis JJ (Eds). The Cellular Basis of Central Nervous System HIV-1 Infection and the AIDS Dementia Complex. The Haworth Press, Binghamton NY, 1996.



EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS


Videotape: Sidtis, J.J. Neuropsychological Evaluation of ADC. Training film for AIDS Clinical Trial Group (ACTG) protocols. 1994.


Test Book: Sidtis, J.J. Test Bank to accompany Psychology. Harper & Row, San Francisco, 1980.


Special-Interest Sections: Gazzaniga, M.S. Psychology. Harper and Row, San Francisco, 1980.



PAPERS AND ABSTRACTS


1. Sidtis JJ, and Bryden MP. Differential practice effects in dichotic listening. Annual meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, 1975.


2. Springer SP, Sidtis JJ, Wilson DH, Gazzaniga MS. Dichotic listening in split brain subjects: Ipsilateral suppression reconsidered. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 60, Supplement 1, S118, 1976.


3. Sidtis JJ. Harmonic structure and hemispheric specialization for musical tones. Annual meeting of the Psychonomics Society, 1977.


4. Sidtis JJ. Dichotic listening following commissurotomy. Symposium: Human Split Brain Research--The Second Decade. Annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, 1978.


5. Sidtis JJ. Hemispheric specialization for the perception of musical tones. Dissertation Abstracts International 39: 5110-5111, 1979.


6. Sidtis JJ, Volpe BT, Gazzaniga MS. Impaired auditory pattern recognition in multiple sclerosis. Neurology 29: 597, 1979.


7. Sidtis JJ. Right hemisphere specialized auditory function: A possible mechanism for complex pitch perception. Annual meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, 1979.


8. Holtzman JD, Sidtis JJ, Volpe BT, Gazzaniga MS. Attentional unity following brain bisection in man. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 6: 195, 1980.


9. Sidtis JJ, Volpe BT, Holtzman JD, Gazzaniga MS. Interhemispheric cognitive interactions following partial commissurotomy. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 6: 195, 1980.


10. Sidtis JJ, Volpe BT. Right hemisphere lateralization of complex pitch perception: A possible basis for amusia. Neurology 31: 101, 1981.


11. Sidtis JJ, Volpe BT. Vocal pitch production in a patient with expressive dysprosody: A possible right hemisphere role in speech production. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 70: Supplement 1, S52, 1981.


12. Sidtis JJ, Holtzman JD, Gazzaniga MS. Interhemispheric semantic interactions in split-brain man. Annual meeting of the Body for the Advancement of Brain, Behavior and Language Enterprise (BABBLE), 1981.


13. Sidtis JJ, Gazzaniga MS. Complex pitch perception after callosal section: Further evidence for a right hemisphere mechanism. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 69: S119, 1981.

14. Sidtis JJ. The role of right hemisphere mechanisms in the perception and production of vocal pitch. Winter Conference on Brain Research, 1982.


15. Volpe BT, Holtzman JD, Sidtis JJ, Contino A. Impaired judgment of angular orientation due to right parietal lesion. Neurology 32: A189, 1982.


16. Kearfott KJ, Sidtis JJ, Rottenberg DA, Jarden JO, Dhawan V. Auditory stimulation studies using positron emission tomography (PET) and steady-state CO15O inhalation. Medical Physics 11: 404, 1984.


17. Nass RD, Sadler AE, Sidtis JJ. Differential effects of congenital right and left hemisphere injury on dichotic tests of specialized auditory function. Annals of Neurology

16: 388, 1984.


18. Sidtis JJ. Accuracy and perceptual asymmetry during dichotic pitch discrimination. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 75: S21, 1984.


19. Sidtis JJ, Jarden JO, Kearfott KJ, Rottenberg DA. PET imaging during auditory stimulation. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 75: S14, 1984.


20. Sidtis JJ, Kearfott KJ, Dhawan V, Jarden JO, Rottenberg DA. Positron emission tomographic measurements of regional cerebral blood flow during auditory stimulation. Annals of Neurology 16: 116, 1984.


21. Sidtis JJ, Kearfott KJ, Dhawan VJ, Rottenberg DA. PET imaging of regional brain activity during auditory stimulation. American Speech Language Hearing Association 26: 75, 1984.


22. Navia BA, Rottenberg DA, Sidtis JJ, Dhawan V, Price R. Regional cerebral glucose metabolism in AIDS dementia. Neurology 35: 233-234, 1985.


23. Portenoy RK, Jarden JO, Sidtis JJ, Lipton RB, Kurtzberg D, Rottenberg DA, Foley KM. Compulsive self-stimulation of nucleus ventralis posterlateralis (nVPL): studies of behavior, endocrine response, regional cerebral metabolic rate for glucose (rCMRGlu), EEG and evoked potentials (EP’s). Annals of Neurology 18: 119, 1985.


24. Sidtis JJ. Impaired pitch matching for different waveforms after right hemisphere damage. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 77: S1, 1985.


25. Sidtis JJ, Sadler AE, Nass R. Dichotic pitch and speech discrimination in children. American Speech Language Hearing Association 27: 113, 1985.


26. Sidtis JJ. Functional brain asymmetries for the perception of pitch. Invited paper at the Fifth Iowa Acoustics Colloquium on the Perception of Sound and Music, 1985.


27. Tross S, Wetzler S, Jacobson P, Sidtis JJ, Price RW, Jordan BW, et. al. Neuropsychological analysis of AIDS dementia. International Congress on Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) Atlanta, 1985.


28. Levy DE, Rottenberg DA, Jarden JO, Sidtis JJ, Strother SC, Thaler H, Dhawan V, Plum F. PET studies of rCMRGlu in vegetative and locked-in patients. Neurology 36: S282, 1986.


29. Levy DE, Sidtis JJ, Rottenberg DA, Jarden JO, Strother SC, Dhawan V, Thaler H, Plum F. Positron emission tomographic (PET) measurement of regional cerebral metabolic rate for glucose (rCMRGlu) and blood flow (rCBF) in vegetative and locked-in patients. Annals of Neurology 20: 122-123, 1986.


30. Moeller JR, Navia BA, Sidtis JJ, Dhawan V, Ginos JZ, Strother SC, Price RW, Rottenberg DA. A quantitative study of the AIDS dementia complex using positron emission tomography and 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose. Annals of Neurology 20: 128, 1986.


31. Navia BA, Rottenberg DA, Sidtis JJ, Dhawan V, Price RW. 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomographic studies of AIDS dementia complex. International Conference on Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), Paris, 1986.


32. Sidtis JJ. Functional brain asymmetries for the perception of pitch. Eastern Psychological Association Symposium on nonverbal measures of hemispheric lateralization, 1986.


33. Sidtis JJ, Dhawan V, Jarden JO, Strother SC, Rottenberg DA. PET measurement of regional cerebral blood flow changes during noise stimulation. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 79: S49, 1986.


34. Sidtis JJ, Zazula T. Quantification of prosodic features of speech in neurologically impaired patients. American Speech Language Hearing Association 28: 111, 1986.


35. Sidtis JJ, Lesko LM. Cognitive function in adults following curative treatment for acute leukemia: A preliminary report. Leukemia Society of America, 1986.


36. Sidtis JJ, Tross S, Navia BA, Jordan BD, Price RW. Neuropsychological characterization of the AIDS dementia complex. International Conference on Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) Paris, 1986.


37. Sidtis JJ, Strother SC, Dhawan V, Thaler HT, Jarden JO, Rottenberg DA. Controlled resting state vs sensory deprivation for PET measurements of cerebral metabolism. Neurology 36: 134, 1986.


38. Sidtis JJ, Portenoy RK, Jarden JO, Lipton RB, Kurtzeberg D, Rottenberg DA, Foley KM. Behavioral metabolic, and electrophysiological correlates of compulsive self-stimulation. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 8: 123, 1986.


39. Amitai H, Zazula T, Ornitz D, Price RW, Sidtis JJ. Memory function and motor control in AIDS: An evaluation of some neuropsychological measures. III International Conference on Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), 135, 1987.


40. Levy DE, Sidtis JJ, Rottenberg DA, Jarden JO, Strother SC, Dhawan V, Ginos JZ, Plum F. Regional PET studies of cerebral glucose metabolism, blood flow, and extraction fraction for glucose in altered consciousness. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 7: S383, 1987.


41. Moeller JR, Strother SC, Thaler HT, Sidtis JJ, Rottenberg DA. A scaled subprofile model for the analysis of patterns of regional cerebral glucose metabolism as determined by F18-Fluorodeoxyglucose and positron emission tomography. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flood and Metabolism 7: S298, 1987.


42. Moeller JR, Sidtis JJ, Strother SC, Navia B, Dhawan V, Ginos JZ, Price RW, Rottenberg DA. FDG/PET correlates of neuropsychological test scores in the AIDS dementia complex. Journal of Nuclear Medicine 28: 600, 1987.


43. Navia B, Sidtis JJ, Moeller JR, Strother SC, Dhawan V, Ginos JZ, Price RW, Rottenberg DA. The metabolic anatomy of the AIDS dementia complex. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 7: S388, 1987.


44. Ornitz D, Amitai H, Sidtis JJ, Price RW. Scales for the neurological examination and history in the AIDS dementia complex. III International Conference on Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), 189, 1987.


45. Phillips PC, Brin MF, Fahn S, Greene PE, Sidtis JJ, Ragassa J, Krol G, Moeller JR, Sergi ML, Rottenberg DA. Abnormal regional cerebral glucose metabolism in choreoacanthocytosis: an 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission tomographic study. Neurology 37: 211, 1987.


46. Rottenberg DA, Sidtis JJ, Moeller JR, Dhawan V, Thaler HT, Ginos JZ, Phillips PC, Strother SC. Resting state patterns of regional cerebral glucose metabolism for sensory deprivation vs nonspecific auditory stimulation using F18-Fluorodeoxyglucose and positron emission tomography. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 7: S298, 1987.


47. Sidtis JJ, Amitai H, Ornitz D, Price RW. The brief neuropsychological examination for AIDS Dementia Complex: Correlations with functional status scales and other neuropsychological tests. III International Conference on Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), 545, 1987.


48. Sidtis JJ, Strother SC, Moeller JR, Dhawan V, Portenoy R, Rottenberg DA. Methodological issues in establishing brain-behavior correlates using regional F18-Fluorodeoxyglucose/positron emission tomographic data. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 7: S446, 1987.


49. Sidtis JJ, Dhawan V, Jarden J, Moeller JR, Strother SC, Rottenberg DA. Regional cerebral blood flow during an unstimulated 14 minute period: Stability using steady-state [0-15]CO2/Positron Emission Tomography. Journal of Nuclear Medicine 28: 700, 1987.


50. Strother SC, Allard C, Moeller JR, Sidtis JJ, Dhawan V, Ginos JZ, Sergi M, Rottenberg DA. Methodological factors affecting patterns of regional glucose metabolism as determined by F18-Fluorodeoxyglucose/positron emission tomography. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 7: S443, 1987.


51. Strother SC, Sidtis JJ, Moeller JR, Dhawan V, Thaler HT, Ginos JZ, Rottenberg DA. Sensory deprivation vs nonspecific auditory stimulation as the resting state for PET measurements of cerebral glucose metabolism. Neurology 37: S328, 1987.


52. Behrens SJ, Anderson N, Posner J, Sidtis JJ. The control of voice onset time and vowel duration after paraneoplastic cerebellar degeneration: an acoustic study. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 82: S18, 1987.


53. Sidtis JJ, Behrens SJ, Moeller JR, Strother SC, Anderson N, Posner J, Rottenberg DA. The control of voice onset time and vowel duration after paraneoplastic cerebellar degeneration: correlation with regional cerebral glucose metabolism using positron emission tomography. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 82: S18, 1987.


54. Tramo MJ, Sidtis JJ, Dhawan V, Strother SC, Moeller JR, Ginos JZ, Sergi ML, Rottenberg DA. Variability of cerebral extraction fraction in the resting state. Annals of Neurology 22: P170, 1987.


55. Anderson NE, Posner JB, Sidtis JJ, Moeller JR, Strother SC, Dhawan V, Rottenberg DA. The metabolic anatomy of paraneoplastic cerebellar degeneration. Neurology 38: S367, 1988.


56. Eidelberg D, Tramo M, Strother SC, Moeller JR, Sidtis JJ, Dhawan V, Rottenberg DA. Variability in regional cerebral metabolic rate for glucose (rCMRGlu) and its consequences for the study of neurologic disease with FDG/PET. Neurology 38: S366, 1988.


57. Eidelberg D, Sidtis JJ, Moeller JR, Dhawan V, Strother SC, Rottenberg, DA. The metabolic anatomy of typical and atypical Parkinsonism: Complementary 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose and 18F-fluorodopa positron emission tomographic studies. Annals of Neurology 24: 150, 1988.


58. Keilp J, Sadler A, Brew B, Price RW, Sidtis, JJ. The effects of distress and depression on Neuropsychological test performance in the AIDS Dementia Complex (ADC). IV International Conference on AIDS, 8559, 1988.


59. Price RW, Brew B, Ornitz D, Sadler A, Amitai H, Wolf W, Thaler H, Birnhak L, Sidtis JJ. Standardized neurological assessments of the AIDS dementia complex: evaluation of 2 instruments and scoring methods. IV International Conference on Aids, 7031, 1988.


60. Sadler AE, Brew B, Keilp J, Thaler H, Price RW, Sidtis JJ. Neuropsychological performance as a function of severity of cognitive, motor, and behavioral dysfunction in the AIDS Dementia Complex (ADC). IV International Conference on AIDS, 8552, 1988.


61. Sidtis JJ, Amitai H, Ornitz D, Price RW. Neuropsychological and Neurological Characterization of the AIDS Dementia Complex. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 10: 76, 1988.


62. Sidtis JJ, Dhawan V, Moeller JR, Strother SC, Eidelberg D, Rottenberg DA. Positron emission tomography (PET) as a technique for studying patterns of regional cerebral function associated with auditory perception and speech production. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 83: S17, 1988.


63. Strother SC, Moeller JR, Sidtis JJ, Levy DE, Eidelberg D, Dhawan V, Phillips PC, Rottenberg DA. Patterns of regional cerebral metabolism in stimulated, deprived and vegetative subjects. Journal of Nuclear Medicine 29: 839, 1988.


64. Aronow H, Keilp JG, Krol G, Brew BJ, Sadler AE, Dorfman D, Sidtis JJ, Birnhak L, Rottenberg DA, Price RW. Cerebral atrophy in HIV-1-infected patients: Relationship to neurological and neuropsychological measures. V International Conference on AIDS, 458, 1989.


65. Brew BJ, Keilp JG, Sadler AE, Krown SE, Anselmo W, Birnhak L, Sidtis JJ, Price RW, Bonnem E. Recombinant granulocyte-macrophage colony-stimulating factor (GM-CSF): Lack of neurological toxicity. V International Conference on AIDS, 336, 1989.


66. Brew BJ, Sweeney J, Keilp J, Sadler AE, Walsh V, Sidtis JJ, Price RW. Impairment of smooth pursuit eye-tracking in human immunodeficiency virus infection and its relationship to AIDS Dementia Complex. Neurology 39: 419, 1989.


67. Devenny DA, Sidtis JJ, Silverman W, Balgley H. Fine motor control in Down Syndrome adult stutters. Gatlinberg Conference, Spring, 1989.


68. Dorfman D, Keilp JG, Sadler AE, Wolf L, Price RW, Sidtis JJ. Short term memory (STM) capacity declines as a function of AIDS Dementia Complex (ADC) severity. V International Conference on AIDS, 736, 1989.


69. Eidelberg D, Moeller J, Sidtis JJ, Dhawan V, Strother SC, Ginos JZ, Cedarbaum J, Greene P, Fahn S, Rottenberg DA. The metabolic pathology of Parkinson's disease: complementary 18F-Fluorodopa and 18F-Fluorodeoxyglucose PET Studies. Neurology 39: 273, 1989.


70. Eidelberg D, Moeller J, Dhawan V, Sidtis JJ, Strother SC, Rottenberg DA. Clinical/metabolic correlations in Parkinsonism: complementary Fluorodopa and Fluorodeoxyglucose/PET Studies. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 9: S697, 1989.


71. Eidelberg D, Moeller JJ, Sidtis JJ, Dhawan V, Strother SC, Fahn S, Rottenberg DA. Corticodentatonigral degeneration: metabolic asymmetries studied with 18F-Fluorodeoxyglucose and Positron Emission Tomography. Neurology 39: 164, 1989.


72. Keilp JG, Sadler AE, Wolf L, Brew BJ, Price RW, Sidtis JJ. Impaired motor performance of HIV-1 infected patients is not due to simple fatigue. V International Conference on AIDS, 478, 1989.


73. Keilp JG, Sadler AE, Wolf L, Brew BJ, Dorfman D, Price RW, Sidtis JJ. HIV-1 patients' self-reported complaints of memory failure and their relationship to actual memory performance. V International Conference on AIDS, 737, 1989.


74. Keilp JG, Tryon W, Brew BJ, Sadler AE, Aronow HA, Price RW, Sidtis JJ. The AIDS Dementia Complex (ADC) and impairments of ambulatory activity. V International Conference on AIDS, 810, 1989.


75. Keilp JG, Brew BJ, Heyes M, Sadler AE, Price RW, Sidtis JJ. Tryptophan levels are unrelated to disturbances of mood in HIV-1 infected patients. V International Conference on AIDS, 384, 1989.


76. Nass RD, MacKain K, Sidtis JJ. Effects of congenital left-hemisphere injury on hemispheric specialization during the first year. Annals of Neurology 26: 480, 1989.


77. Price RW, Koch MA, Sidtis JJ, Feinberg J, Collier A, Kennedy C, Singer E, Price S, and the AIDS Clinical Trials Group. Zidovudine (AZT) treatment of the AIDS Dementia Complex (ADC): Results of a placebo-controlled, multicentered therapeutic trial. V International Conference on AIDS, 407, 1989.


78. Price RW, Brew BJ, Sidtis JJ, Sadler A, Keilp J, Wolf W, Birnhak L. A system for staging the AIDS Dementia Complex: Correlations with neurological and neuropsychological assessments. V International Conference on AIDS, 448, 1989.


79. Sadler AE, Keilp JG, Thaler H, Brew BJ, Aronow HA, Price RW, Sidtis JJ. Test-re-test performance on neuropsychological tests in a group of HIV-1 seropositive patients. V International Conference on AIDS, 394, 1989.


80. Sadler AE, Keilp JG, Dorfman D, Brew BJ, Aronow HA, Price RW, Sidtis JJ. Neuropsychological test performance as a function of AIDS Dementia Complex (ADC) Severity. V International Conference on AIDS, 395, 1989.


81. Sidtis JJ, Dhawan V, Reinsel R, Eidelberg D, Moeller JR, Strother SC, Rottenberg DA. Steady-state CO15O inhalation/PET measurements of regional cerebral blood flow: deprivation vs sensory stimulation. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 9: S200, 1989.


82. Sidtis JJ, Sadler AE, Keilp J, Brew BJ, Aronow HA, Price RW. Neuropsychological test performance in HIV-1 seropositive patients on and off azidothymidine (AZT). V International Conference on AIDS, 394, 1989.


83. Sidtis JJ, Thaler H, Brew BJ, Sadler AE, Keilp JG, Aronow HA, Price RW. The interval between equivocal and definite neurological signs and symptoms in the AIDS Dementia Complex (ADC). V International Conference on AIDS, 215, 1989.


84. Strother SC, Moeller JR, Sidtis JJ, Levy DE, Eidelberg D, Dhawan V, Phillips PC, Rottenberg DA. Metabolic correlates of wakefulness and arousal in stimulated, deprived and vegetative subjects. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 9: S333, 1989.


85. Tenke CE, Bruder GE, Sidtis JJ, Towey J, Erhan H, Voglmaier M. Event related potential (ERP) asymmetries in a dichotic complex tone test (CTT). Society of Neuroscience Abstracts 15: 477, 1989.


86. Sidtis JJ, Van Lancker D. Affect and brain specialization: What do we really know, and how well do we really know it? Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 13: 46, 1991.


87. Van Lancker D, Sidtis JJ. Affective-prosodic judgements after brain damage: are all errors equal? Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 13: 47, 1991.


88. Sidtis JJ, Papanicolaou AC. Brain imaging and neuropsychology: functional or dysfunctional. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 14: 86, 1992.


89. Sidtis JJ. Behavioral correlations with functional images: what are we taking for granted? Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 14: 86, 1992.


90. Sidtis JJ. AIDS dementia complex: neurological and neuropsychological characterization and treatment effects in adults. Journal of Neurological Sciences 113: 131, 1992.


91. Mattson AJ, Dusek J, Knopman D, Sidtis JJ. Adults referred for attention deficit disorder, residual type: a description of 38 consecutive cases. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 15: 48, 1993.


92. Rottenberg DA, Sidtis JJ, Strother SC, Schaper KA, Farmer CC, Daley DG, Worley JM, Dhuna AK, Price RW. The metabolic signature of AIDS dementia Complex. Annals of Neurology 34: 282, 1993.


93. Sidtis JJ, Rottenberg DA, Worley J, Strother S, Price RW. Continous performance testing in the AIDS Dementia Complex: A behavioral contrast agent for functional imaging? Neurology 43: A253-A254, 1993.


94. Strother SC, Moeller JR, Sidtis JJ, Rottenberg DA. A disease-independent pattern of cerebral metabolic variation: the reticular activating system? Annals of Nuclear Medicine 7: S17-S18, 1993.


95. Worley JM, Schaper KA, Strother SC, Sidtis JJ, Daly DG, Bonar DC, Rottenberg DA. Serial MRI measurements of gray matter, white matter and CSF volumes in neurologically stable HIV-seropositives. Neurology 43: A382, 1993.


96. Sidtis JJ, Sajjad M, Strother SC, Anderson J, Rottenberg DA. Neurogenic Control of Speech: A Methodological Approach Incorporating Positron Emission Tomography. Clinical Aphasiology Conference, June 5 - 8, 1994.


97. Sidtis JJ, Strother SC, Anderson JR, Schaper KA, Liow J-S, Woods RP, Rottenberg DA. Mapping functional connectivity of the human motor system. Human Brain Mapping S1: 312, 1995.


98. Kim S-G, Sidtis JJ, Strother SC, Anderson JR, Rehm K, Ugurbil K, Rottenberg DA. Comparison of functional activation studied by whole-brain bold- and CBF-based fMRI and [15O]water PET during sequential finger opposition. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 22 (part 2): 1437, 1996.


99. Rottenberg DA, Sidtis JJ, Strother SC, Rehm K, Anderson JR, Savoy RL, Lange N, Arnold JB. Temporal changes in a multidimensional covariance pattern during figure tracing: evidence of motor learning? NeuroImage 3: S408, 1996.


100. Sidtis JJ, Anderson JR, Rehm K, Strother SC, Schaper KA, Rottenberg DA. Are brain functions really additive? NeuroImage 3: S93, 1996.


101. Sidtis JJ, Strother SC, Anderson JR, Rehm K, Schaper KA, Rottenberg DA. Functional activation during speech: convergence and divergence with clinical data. NeuroImage 3: S459, 1996.


102. Sidtis JJ, Strother SC, Anderson JR, Schaper K, Rottenberg DA. Mapping functional connectivity of the human speech system. Journal of International Neuropsychological Society 2: 9, 1996.


103. Strother SC, Lange N, Savoy RL, Anderson JR, Sidtis JJ, Hansen LK, Bandettini PA, O'Craven K, Rezza M, Rosen BR, Rottenberg DA. Multidimensional state-spaces for fMRI and PET activation studies. NeuroImage 3: S98, 1996.


104. Van Lancker D, Pachana N, Cummings J, Erickson C, Sidtis JJ. Dysprosodic speech following basal ganglia stroke: role of frontosubcortical circuits. Journal of International Neuropsychological Society 2: 5, 1996.


105. Sidtis, J.J., Anderson J.R., Strother, S.C., Rottenberg, D.A. Functional imaging during speech production: separating normal and ataxic dysarthric speakers. NeuroImage 5: S307, 1997.


106. Sidtis, J.J., Anderson J.R., Strother, S.C., Rottenberg, D.A. Predicting performance from functional imaging data. NeuroImage 7: S749, 1998.


107. Frutiger SA, Anderson JR, Daly DG, Sidtis JJ, Arnold JB, Strother SC, Savoy R, Rottenberg DA. PET studies of perceptuomotor learning in a mirror-reversal paradigm. NeuroImage 7: S962, 1998.


108. Sidtis JJ, Gomez C, Anderson JR, Strother SC, Rottenberg DA. Predicting speech rate in normal and ataxic speakers from functional imaging data. Brain and Language 65: 228-230, 1998.


109. Muley SA, Ashe J, Anderson JR, Frutiger SA, Sidtis JJ, Strother SC, Rottenberg DA. Effect of minor changes in experimental design on the pattern of brain activation during a simple motor task: A PET study. Neurology 52: A88, 1999.


110. Sidtis JJ, Anderson JR, Strother SC, Rottenberg DA. Establishing behavioral correlates of functional imaging signals. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 19: S830 1999.


111. Strother SC, Anderson JR, Frutiger S, Hansen LK, Lange N, Sidtis JJ, Daly D, Arnold JB, Rottenberg DA. The reproducibility of activation patterns in patient and control populations: Measurement of group and subject effects. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism 19: S829, 1999


112. Frutiger SA, Strother SC, Anderson JR, Sidtis JJ, Arnold JB, Daly DG, Rottenberg DA. Predictive relationship between functional activation pattern and kinematic parameters in a PET study of motor learning. NeuroImage 9: S420, 1999.


113. Sidtis JJ, Gomez C, Anderson JR, Strother SC, Rottenberg DA. Integrating multiple performance measures and functional imaging data in hereditary ataxia. NeuroImage 9: S588, 1999.


114. Strother SC, Frutiger SA, Anderson JR, Sidtis JJ, Daly D, Arnold JB, Rottenberg DA. Reproducibility of activation patterns: Measurement of group and subject effects during motor learning. NeuroImage 9: S93, 1999.


115. Sidtis JJ, Gomez C, Anderson JR, Strother SC, Rottenberg DA. Establishing Functional Relationships Between Imaging Data and Speech Production in Cerebellar Ataxia Using Perceptual Ratings, Acoustic Analysis and PET. Brain and Language 69: 370 - 372, 1999.


116. Sidtis JJ, Liu H, Anderson JH, Truwit C. Functional magnetic resonance imaging during speech: bilateral flow increases in inferior frontal regions are coupled with flow decreases in the caudate and putamen. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 25: 375, 1999.


117. Sidtis JJ. Functional imaging of brain activity during speech production. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 109: 2310, 2001. 


118. Sidtis JJ. Using functional imaging to study neurologic activity during motor speech production. Eleventh Biennial Conference on Motor Speech, March 2002.


119. Pomara N, Willoughby L, Wesnes K, Greenblatt DJ, Sidtis J. APOE-4 allele and lorazepam effects on memory in high functioning elderly. The 41st Annual Meeting of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ACNP), 110, December 2002.


120. Pomara N, Volavka J, Czobor P, Sidtis JJ. Relationship between verbal and physical aggression in dementia: a pilot study. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 63(11): 1077, 2002.


121. Pomara N, Willoughby L, Wesnes K, Greenblatt DJ, Sidtis J. Lorazepam effects on memory in high-functioning elderly: Relationship to APOE-epsilon 4 allele.Biological Psychiatry 53(8): 87S, 2003.


122. Sidtis JJ, Gomez C. Repeat studies of progressive hereditary ataxia: Broca's activity is relatively spared while speech is intact. NeuroImage 19 (2): S54, 2003.


123. Sidtis JJ, Gomez C. Maintaining speech in early neurodegenerative disease: Broca's activity increases while other areas decline. Brain and Language 87: 201, 2003.


124. Pomara N, Willoughby LM, Sidtis JJ, Mehta PD. Plasma A beta 42 in healthy elderly during follow-up: Relationship to cognitive decline and APOE genotype. Neurobiology of Aging 25(10): S352, 2004.


125. Sidtis JJ, Gomez C. Longitudinal changes in brain activity in progressive ataxia: Broca's activity increases while other areas decline during speech production. Twelfth Biennial Conference on Motor Speech, March 2004.


126. Sidtis JJ. What speech production tells us about brain imaging. Sound to Sense: 50+ Years of Discoveries in Speech Communication, MIT, June 2004.


127. Sidtis DVL, Sidtis JJ. The physical basis of prosodic processing in speech. Sound to Sense: 50+ Years of Discoveries in Speech Communication, MIT, June 2004.


128. Pomara N, Willoughby LM, Sidtis JJ, Mehta PD. Selective reductions in plasma A beta 42 in healthy elderly during follow-up: Relationship to cognitive decline and APOE genotype. Neurobiology of Aging 25(10): S352, 2004.


129. Sidtis JJ. Modeling speech production in normal and ataxic speakers using performance-based functional imaging. Stem-, Spraak- en Taalpathologie 14: 6, 2006.


130. Sidtis JJ. Performance based models of speech production in normal and ataxic speakers. NeuroImage 31 S1: S56, 2006.


131. Sidtis JJ, Gomez C. Genotypic differences in speech and regional brain activity in hereditary ataxia. Biennial Conference on Motor Speech, 2006.


132. Pomara N, Doraiswamy PM, Willoughby LM, Roth AE, Mulsant BH, Sidtis JJ, Mehta PD, Reynolds CF, Pollock BG. Are plasma Abeta42 levels elevated in late-life major depression? Biological Psychiatry 59(8): 177S, 2006.


133. Pomara N, Roth AE, Willoughby LM, Wesnes K, Greenblatt DJ, Sidtis JJ. Enhanced retrograde facilitation of primary words in healthy elderly with the APOE-e4 allele after acute lorazepam administration. Biological Psychiatry 59(8): 250S, 2006.


134. Sidtis JJ, Sidtis DVL, Dhawan V, Eidelberg D, Tagliati M. Effects of subthalamic nucleus stimulation on rCBF and speech production in Parkinsons disease. NeuroImage 36(S1): S257, 2007. 


135. Ahn J-S, Sidtis D, Sidtis JJ. Speech characteristics associated with three genotypes of ataxia. Presented at the Biennial Conference on Motor Speech, March, 2008.


136. Katsnelson D, Sidtis D, Sidtis JJ. Effects of ON and OFF deep brain stimulation on voice quality in Parkinson’s disease. Presented at the Biennial Conference on Motor Speech, March, 2008.


137. Sidtis D, Rogers T, Katsnelson D, Sidtis JJ. Effects in Parkinson’s subjects of ON vs OFF deep brain stimulation on overlearned and serial speech. Presented at the Biennial Conference on Motor Speech, March, 2008.


138. Sidtis D, Katsnelson D, Rogers T, Sidtis JJ. Task influences on articulation and voice parameters in ON and OFF deep brain stimulation in Parkinson’s subjects. Presented at the Biennial Conference on Motor Speech, March, 2008.


139. Sidtis JJ, Sidtis D, Ahn J-S, Yuen J, Sweeting E, Tagliati M, Dhawan V, Eidelberg D. Changes in speech and regional cerebral blood flow associated with subthalamic nucleus stimulation in Parkinsons disease. Presented at the Biennial Conference on Motor Speech, March, 2008.