Publications

*Authors contributed equally to the work

Articles:

Brown, J., Carter, S., Wiley, C.R., Huntley, D., Asp, E.W.  (in prep).  What criminal justice and forensic mental health professionals need to know about confabulation.

Asp, E.W., Warner*, K.A., Andreasen*, N.C., Bijanki, K.R., Denburg, N.L., Tranel, D.  (submitted).  Breaking Descartes’ will: Lesions to the prefrontal-parietal network increase credulity to explicitly-labeled false information.

Asp, E.W., Andreasen, N.C., Warner, K.A., Tranel, D.  (submitted).  Steel trap minds:  Neuropsychological implications for religious doubting and collective religious beliefs.

Asp, E.W., Warner, K., Gullickson, J., Le, T., Nowling-Kjellberg, M.  (submitted).  Reflection ripples: An expansion of the cognitive reflection test.

 Brown, J., Charette, C., Weaver, J., Wiley, C.R., Asp, E.W., Watts, E., Oberoi, P., Wresh, J., Weinkauf, E., Vorlicky, K., Huntley, D., Concepcion, E., Giacomoni, C., Hesse, M.L.  (in press).  Confabulation: A beginner’s guide for criminal justice and forensic mental health professionals.  In J. Brown & E. Weinkauf (Eds.), Forensic Mental Health: A Source Guide for Professionals.  Spartanburg, SC: Police and Fire Publishing.

Brown, J., Jordan, B., Arndt, C., Concepcion, E., Krakowski, M.D., Trnka, A., Burger, P., Watts, E., Carter, S.L., Huntely, D., Kivisalu, T.M., Patrick, A., Asp, E.W., Beltrani, A.  (in press).  Schizophrenia: A beginner’s guide for clinical and forensic considerations.  In J. Brown & E. Weinkauf (Eds.), Forensic Mental Health: A Source Guide for Professionals.  Spartanburg, SC:  Police and Fire Publishing.

Brown, J., Cich, J., Wiley, C.R., Charette, C., Asp, E.W.  (2017).  Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome (WKS): A review for criminal justice, forensic, legal, and mental health professionals. Forensic Scholars TodayPDF

Brown, J., Huntley, D., Asp, E.W., Fabrizio, K., Wiley, C.R., Harris, B., Tatzemann, M., Riley, J., Eckberg, D.A.  (2017).  Traumatic-Brain Injury (TBI) and confabulation: An introduction for criminal justice and legal professionals.  Journal of Special Populations.  Link

Taber-Thomas*, B.C., Asp*, E.W., Koenigs, M., Sutterer, M., Anderson, S.W., Tranel, D. (2014). Arrested development: Early prefrontal lesions impair the maturation of moral judgment. Brain, 137, 1254-1261.  Link

Cacioppo, S., Frum, C., Asp, E., Weiss, R., Lewis, J.W., Cacioppo, J.T. (2013). A quantitative meta-analysis of functional imaging studies of social rejection. Scientific Reports, 3.  Link

Asp, E.W., Manzel, K., Koestner, B., Denburg, N., Tranel, D. (2013). Benefit of the doubt: A new view of the prefrontal cortex’s role in executive functioning and decision making. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 7, 86.  Link

Asp*, E.W., Manzel*, K., Koestner, B., Cole, C.A., Denburg, N., Tranel, D. (2012). A neuropsychological test of belief and doubt: Damage to ventromedial prefrontal cortex increases credulity for misleading advertising. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 6, 100.  Link

Asp, E.W., Ramchandran, K., Tranel, D. (2012). Authoritarianism, religious fundamentalism, and the human prefrontal cortex. Neuropsychology, 26, 414-421.  Link

Barrash, J., Asp, E.W., Markon, K., Manzel, K., Anderson, S.W., Tranel, D. (2011). Dimensions of personality disturbance after focal brain damage: Investigation with the Iowa Scales of Personality Change. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 33, 833-852.  Link

Tranel, D., Manzel, K., Asp, E.W., Kemmerer, D. (2008). Naming dynamic and static actions: Neuropsychological evidence. Journal of Physiology – Paris, 102, 80-94.  Link

West, S.W., Otley, C.C., Nguyen, T.H., Phillips, P.K., Roenigk, R.K., Byrd, D.R., Asp, E.W., Weaver, A.L. (2002). Cutaneous surgeons cannot predict blood-thinner status by intraoperative visual inspection. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, 110, 98-103.  Link

Chapters:

Pennycook, G., Tranel, D., Warner, K., Asp, E.A. (in press). Beyond reasonable doubt: Cognitive and neuropsychological implications for religious disbelief. In A. Coles (Ed.), Neurology of Religion. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. PDF

Warner, K., Tranel, D., Asp, E.W..  (2016).  The henchman’s brain: Neuropsychological implications to authoritarianism and prejudice.  In J.R. Absher & J. Cloutier (Eds.), Neuroimaging personality and character: Traits and mental states in the brain (pp. 325-335).  New York: Elsevier.  PDF

Asp, E.W., Tranel, D. (2013). False Tagging Theory: Toward a unitary account of prefrontal cortex function. In D.T. Stuss & R.T. Knight (Eds.), Principles of Frontal Lobe Function (2nd ed., pp. 383-416). New York: Oxford University Press.  PDF