|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|Hierarchical symptom components in early psychosis|
JM Longenecker, GL Haas, DF Salisbury
Schizophrenia Bulletin 48 (4), 893-901, 2022
|Cross-cutting symptom domains predict functioning in psychotic disorders|
JM Longenecker, RM Bagby, K McKenzie, BG Pollock, TP George, ...
The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 82 (2), 28267, 2021
|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
|Self-reported perceptual aberrations in psychosis map to event-related potentials and semantic appraisals of objects.|
JM Longenecker, VJ Pokorny, SS Kang, CA Olman, SR Sponheim
Journal of abnormal psychology 130 (7), 785, 2021
|Concepts of ‘self’in delusion resolution|
J Longenecker, C Hui, EYH Chen, B Elvevåg
Schizophrenia research: cognition 3, 8, 2016
|Load-dependent functional connectivity deficits during visual working memory in first-episode psychosis|
AL Sklar, BA Coffman, JM Longenecker, M Curtis, DF Salisbury
Journal of psychiatric research 153, 174-181, 2022
|Aberrant attentional modulation of the auditory steady state response (ASSR) is related to auditory hallucination severity in the first-episode schizophrenia-spectrum|
BA Coffman, X Ren, J Longenecker, N Torrence, V Fishel, D Seebold, ...
Journal of Psychiatric Research 151, 188-196, 2022
|Clinical correlates of hierarchically modeled perceptions of self & others in psychosis|