Recent and Representative Publications

Feeney, D.M. and Walker, A.E. The prediction of posttraumatic epilepsy: A mathematical approach. Archives of Neurology, 1979, 36, 8-32.

Feeney, D.M., Boyeson, M.G., Linn, R.T., Murray, H.M. and Dail, W.G. Responses to cortical injury: I. Methodology and local effects of contusions in the rat. Brain Research, 1981, 211, 67-77.

Feeney, D.M., Gonzalez, A. and Law, W. Amphetamine restores locomotor function after motor cortex injury in the rat. Proceedings of the Western Pharmacological Society, 1981, 24, 15-37.

Dail, W.G., Feeney, D.M., Murray, H.M., Linn, R.T. and Boyeson, G. Responses to cortical injury: II. Widespread depression of the activity of an enzyme in cortex remote from a focal injury. Brain Research, 1981, 211, 79-89.

Feeney, D.M. Spinal cord: Physiology. In: Textbook of Human Stereotaxy, G. Shaltenbrand and A.E. Walker (Eds.). Verlag. Stuttgart, 1982, 2, 23-31.

Feeney, D. M., Gonzalez, A. and Law, W.A. Amphetamine, haloperidol and experience interact to affect rate of recovery after motor cortex injury. Science, 1982, 217, 855-857.

Weiss, G.H., Feeney, D.M., Caveness, W.F., Dillon, J.D., Kistler, J., Meirowsky, A.M., Mohr, J.P. and Rish, B.L. Prognostic factors for the occurrence of posttraumatic epilepsy. Archives of Neurology, 1983, 40, 2-10.

Feeney, D.M. and Hovda, D.A. Amphetamine and apomorphine restore tactile placing after motor cortex injury in the cat. Psychopharmacology, 1983, 79, 67-71.

Walker, A.E., Feeney, D.M. and Hovda, D.A. The electroencephalographic characteristics of the rhombencephalized cat. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 1984, 57, 156-165.

Hovda, D.A. and Feeney D.M. Amphetamine and experience promote recovery of function after motor cortex injury in the cat. Brain Research, 1984, 298, 358-361.

Boyeson, M.G. and Feeney, D.M. Striatal dopamine after cortical injury. Experimental Neurology, 1985, 89, 479-483.

Feeney, D.M. and Hovda, D.A. Reinstatement of binocular depth perception by amphetamine and visual experience after visual cortex ablation. Brain Research, 1985, 342, 352-356.

Feeney, D.M., Sutton, R.L., Boyeson, M.G., Hovda, D.A. and Dail, W.G. The locus coeruleus and cerebral metabolism: Recovery of function after cortical injury. Physiology Psychology, 1985, 13, 197-203.

Hovda, D.A. and Feeney D.M. Haloperidol blocks the amphetamine restoration of stereopsis in cats after visual cortex ablation. Proceedings of the Western Pharmacological Society, 1985, 28, 209-211

Feeney, D.M. and Baron, J. Diaschisis. Stroke, 1986, 17, 817-830.

Porch, B.E. and Feeney, D.M. Effects of antihypertensive drugs on recovery from aphasia. Proceed. Clinical Aphasia Conf, l986, l6, 309-3l4.

Feeney, D.M., Walker, A.E. The neurological basis of amnesia. Seara Medica Neurocirurgica, l986, l5, 89-97.

Davis J.N., Crisostomo, E.A., Duncan, P.W., Propst, M. and Feeney D.M. Amphetamine and physical therapy facilitate recovery from stroke: correlative animal and human studies. Cerebrovascular Diseases. Raven Press, 1987, 297-306.

Feeney, D.M., Bailey, B.Y., Boyeson, M.G., Hovda, D.A. and Sutton, R.L. The effect of seizures on recovery of function following cortical contusion in the rat. Brain Injury, l987, 1 27-32.

Feeney, D.M. and Sutton, R.L. Pharmacotherapy for recovery of function after brain injury. CRC, Critical Reviews in Neurobiology, l987, 3, l35-l97.

Hovda, D.A., Sutton, R.L. and Feeney, D.M. Recovery of tactile placing after visual cortex ablation in cat: A behavioral and metabolic study of diaschisis. Experimental Neurology, l987, 97, l-l2.

Feeney, D.M. Animal Welfare and Human Rights. American Psychologist. l987 , 42, 593-599.

Sutton, R.L., Weaver, M.S., Feeney, D.M. Drug-induced modification of behavioral recovery following cortical trauma. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation l987, 2, 50-58.

Feeney, D.M. Forebrain lesions produce sensory neglect and suppress spindles and seizures. In: Neurophysiology and Psychophysiology: Basic Mechanisms and Clinical Applications. Galbraith, G.C., Kietzman, M.L. and Donchin, E. (Eds.), Lawrence Erlbaum Publishers, Hillsdale, NJ, 1988, 44-52.

Feeney, D.M. Diaschisis: New data rekindle interest in an old theory. Neurology Neurosurgery Update, 1988, 7, 32.

Feeney, D.M. and Sutton, R.L. Catecholamines and recovery of function after brain damage. Pharmacological Approaches to the Treatment of Brain and Spinal Cord Injury, B. Sabel and D. Stein (Eds.), Plenum Publishing Co.,1988, 121-142.

Walker, A.E. and Feeney, D.M. Neuropsychological contributions to the understanding of language. Homenaje al Doctor y Profesor Manuel M. Velasco Suarez. J.R. Carbajal, A. Escobar (Eds.), Editorial Progreso, S.A.; Mexico, 1989, 671-685.

Feeney, D.M. Discussion of chapters 32 and 33. Cerebrovascular Diseases, M. Ginsberg (Editor) Raven Press, New York, 1989, 319-322.

Hovda, D.A., Sutton, R.L. and Feeney, D.M. Amphetamine-induced recovery of visual cliff performance after bilateral visual cortex ablation in cats: measurements of depth perception thresholds. Behavioral Neuroscience, 1989, 103, 574-584.

Sutton, R.L., Hovda, D.A. and Feeney, D.M. Intracerebral chomaffin cell autografts accelerate locomotor recovery and reinstate tactile placing in adult cats with unilateral frontal cortex ablation. Brain Dysfunction, 1989, 2, 201-210.

Sutton, R.L., Hovda, D.A., Feeney, D.M. Amphetamine accelerates functional recovery following bilateral frontal cortex ablation in cat. Behavioral Neuroscience, 1989, 103, 837-841.

Boyeson, M.G. and Feeney, D.M. Intraventricular norepinephrine facilitates recovery following sensorimotor cortex injury. Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior, 1990, 35, 497-501.

Feeney, D.M. and Westerberg, V. S. Norepinephrine and brain damage: Alpha noradrenergic pharmacology alters functional recovery after cortical trauma. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 1990, 44, 233-252. (Invited article for a special issue on Recovery of Function and Neuroplasticity).

Feeney, D.M., Weisend, M.P., Krobert, K., Queen, S., Feasibility study of pharmacological treatment to reduce morbidity and mortality after brain injury, Technical Report, Contract No. DAMD17-86-C-6144, University of New Mexico, April 2, 1991; NTIS, ADA 239283.

Boyeson, M.G., Feeney, D.M. and Dail, W.G. Cortical microstimulation thresholds adjacent to sensorimotor cortex injury, Journal of Neurotrauma, 8, 205-217, 1991, .

Boyeson, M.G. and Feeney, D.M. Adverse effects of catecholaminergic drugs following unilateral cerebellar ablations, Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, 3, 227-233, 1991, .

Feeney, D.M., Pharmacologic Modulation of recovery after brain injury: a reconsideration of diaschisis. Invited article for A special issue of Journal of Neurologic Rehabilitation, 5, 113-128, 1991.

Sutton, R.L. and Feeney, D.M. Alpha-noradrenergic agonists and antagonists affect recovery and maintainance of beam-walking ability after sensorimotor cortex ablation in the rat. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, 4, 1-11, 1992.

Weisend, M.P. and Feeney, D.M. The relationship between traumatic brain injury-induced changes in brain temperature and behavioral and anatomical outcome. Journal of Neurosurgery, 80, 120-132, 1994.

Feeney, D.M. Weisend, M.P. and Kline, A.E. Noradrenergic pharmacotherapy, intracerebral infusion and adrenal transplantation promote functional recovery after cortical damage. Journal of Neurotransplantation and Plasticity, 4, 199-214, 1994.

Sutton, R.L. and Feeney, D.M. Noradrenergic pharmacotherapy and functional recovery after cortical injury. In: Neurological Rehabilitation, L.S. Illis (Editor) Blackwell Publishing Co.; Oxford, England.469-480, 1994

Kline, A.E.,Chen, M.J., Tso-Oliveras, D.Y. and Feeney, D.M. Methylphenidate treatment following ablation induced hemiplegia: Experience during drug action alters effects on recovery of function. Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior, 48, 773-779, 1994.

Krobert, K.A., Sutton, R.L. and Feeney, D.M. Spontaneous and amphetamine evoked release of noradrenalin after cortical contusion. Journal of Neurochemistry, 62, 2233--2240, 1994.

Feeney, D. M. Brain Damage in a Traumatic Brain Injury Model: Noradrenergic  Pharmacotherapy Promotes Functional Recovery, In: Neuroimaging in Rehabilitation,.  Toole J.F and D. C. Good (Editors); Comprehensive Neurological Rehabilitation, Vol.  9. pages 91-124 Demos Vermande, New York 1996.

Queen, S. And Feeney, D.M. Cerebral trauma produces transient hypermetabolism Brain  Research. 724, 246-250, 1996.

Feeney, D.M. From laboratory to clinic: Noradrenergic Enhancement of Physical Therapy  for Stroke or Trauma patients. In Freund, H.-J., Sabel, B.A. and Witte, O.W., (Editors)  Brain Plasticity; Advances in Neurology, 73, pg. 383-394, Lippencott-Raven  Publishers, Philadelphia, 1997.

Queen, S, Chen M. and Feeney, D.M. Amphetamine alleviates the reduced local cerebral glucose utilization produced by traumatic brain injury. Brain Research  In Press.

Feeney, D.M., Gullotta, F.P. and Gilmore, W. Hyposexuality accompanies temporal lobe  epilepsy in the cat. Epilepsia In Press

Feeney, D. M. Rehabilitation Pharmacology:Noradrenergic Enhancement of Physical  Therapy.  In: Ginsberg, M. and Bogousslavsky, J. (Editors) Cerebrovascular Diseases,  Vol. I.. Blackwell Scientific Press Cambridge MA (In Press.)

Feeney, D.M. Mechanisms of Noradrenergic Modulation of Physical Therapy: Effects on  Functional Recovery After Cortical Injury.  In Goldstein, LB: (Editor) Restorative  Neurology, Advances in the pharmacology of recovery after stroke. Futura Publishing Co. (In Press)

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