Recent Papers


The Complex Trial Protocol (CTP): A new, countermeasure-resistant, accurate P300-based method for detection of concealed information. Psychophysiology, 45 (2008), 906-919 (PDF)

FalseMemory: P300 Amplitude, Topography, and Latency (PDF)

Scaled P300 Scalp Distribution Correlates of Deception in an Autobiographical Oddball Paradigm (PDF)

Rosenfeld, J.P. (2011) P300 in Detecting Concealed Information. in B. Verschuere, G. Ben Shakhar, & E. Meijer, (Eds.) Memory Detection: Theory and application of the concealed information test. Cambridge University Press. Pp. 63-89.

 

Simple, Effective Countemeasures to P300-based Tests of Detection of Concealed Information (PDF)

"Brain Fingerprinting:" A Critical Analysis (PDF)

John B. Meixner, Elena Labkovsky, J. Peter Rosenfeld, Michael Winograd, Alexander Sokolovsky, Jeff Weishaar, Tim Ullmann (2013). P900: A Putative Novel ERP Component that Indexes Countermeasure Use in the P300-Based Concealed Information Test. Appl Psychophysiol Biofeedback DOI 10.1007/s10484-013-9216-7

Labkovsky, E. & Rosenfeld, J.P. (2012). The P300-Base, Complex Trial Protocol for Concealed Information Detection Resists Any Number of Sequential Countermeasures Against Up to Five Irrelevant Stimuli. Applied Psychophysiology and Beofeedback. 37, 1-10. doi:10.1007/s10484-011-9171-0.

Rosenfeld, J.P., Hu, X., & Pederson, K. (2012). Deception awareness improves P300-based deception detection in concealedIJPP Deception Awareness P300-CIT information tests. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 86, 114-121. doi: 10.1016/j.ijpsycho.2012.06.007

Hu, X,, Rosenfeld, J. P., & Bodenhausen, G. V. (2012). Combating automatic autobiographical associations: The effect of instruction and training in strategically concealing information in the autobiographical implicit association test. Psychological Science, 23, 1079-1085. doi: 10.1177/0956797612443834.

Hu, X., & Rosenfeld, J. P. (2012). Combining the P300-Complex Trial-based

Concealed Information Test and the reaction time-based autobiographical implicit

association test in concealed memory detection. Psychophysiology, 49, 1090-1100. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8986.2012.01389.x

Hu, X., Hegeman. D. J., Landry. E., & Rosenfeld, J. P. (2012) Increasing the number of irrelevant stimuli increases ability to detect countermeasures to the P300-based Complex Trial Protocol for concealed information detection. Psychophysiology, 49, 85-95. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8986.2011.01286.x

 


Complete Publication List


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(1) (1) Rosenfeld, J.P. and Rudell, A.P. On the validity of scalp recordings of the auditory evoked potential. Perception and Psychophysics, 1969, 6, 102-104.

(2) (2a) Rosenfeld, J.P., Rudell, A.P., and Fox, S.S. Operant control of neural events in humans. Science, 1969, 165, 821-823.

(3) (2b) Operant control of neural events in humans, completely reprinted in Barber et. al. (Eds.), Biofeedback and Self-Control, Chicago: Aldine and Atherton, 1971, 365-372.

(4) (3) Fox, S.S. and Rosenfeld, J.P. Recording evoked potentials. In: R.D. Myers (Ed.), Methods in Psychobiology, London: Academic Press, 1972.

(5) (4) Rosenfeld, J.P. and Fox, S.S. Movement-related macropotentials in cat cortex. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 1972, 32, 75-80.

(6) (5) Rosenfeld, J.P. and Fox, S.S. Operant control of a brain potential evoked by a behavior. Physiology and Behavior, 1971, 7, 489-494.

(7) (6) Rosenfeld, J.P. Evoked potential conditioning in neuroscience research. In: M. Chase (Eds.), Operant Control of Brain Activity, (Perspectives in the Brain Sciences, Vol. II), Brain Information Service, Brain Research Institute, UCLA, 1974.

(8) (7) Fox, S.S., Rudell, A.P., and Rosenfeld, J.P. The operant controlled neural event: A formal and systematic approach to electrical coding of electrical activity in behavior states. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 1970, 28, 422.

(9) (8) Rosenfeld, J.P., Bieneman, T., Cohen, R., & Routtenberg, A. Effects of rewarding and aversive brain stimulation on photic cortical evoked potentials. Physiology and Behavior, 1972, 9, 527, 532.

(10) (9a) Rosenfeld, J.P. and Owen, R.L. Instrumental conditioning of photic evoked potentials: Mechanisms and properties of late component modification. Physiology and Behavior, 1972, 9, 851-858.

(11) (9b) Instrumental conditioning of photic evoked potentials: Mechanism and properties of late component modification, completely reprinted in N. Miller et. al. (Eds.), Biofeedback and Self-Control, 1973. Chicago: Aldine Publishing Co., 1974, 77-95.

(12) (10a) Rosenfeld, J.P. and Fox, S.S. Sequential representation of voluntary movement in cortical macropotential: Direct control of behavior by operant conditioning of wave amplitude. Journal of Neurophysiology, 1972, 35, 879-891.

(13) (10b) Sequential representation of voluntary movement in cortical macropotential: Direct control of behavior by operant conditioning of wave amplitude, completely reprinted in D. Shapiro et. al. (Eds.), Biofeedback and Self-Control, 1972. Chicago: Aldine Publishing Co., 1973, 339-352.

(14) (11a) Rosenfeld, J.P. and Hetzler, B.E. Operant controlled evoked responses: Discrimination of conditioned and normally occurring components. Science, 1973, 181, 767-770.

(15) (11b) Operant controlled evoked responses: Discrimination of conditioned and normally occurring components, completely reprinted in N. Miller et. al. (Eds.), Biofeedback and Self-Control, 1973. Chicago: Aldine Publishing Co., 1974, 71-76.

(16) (12) Rosenfeld, J.P. and Hetzler, B.E. Discrimination versus conditioning of photic cortical potentials. Physiology and Behavior, 1973, 11, 753-765.

(17) (13) Rosenfeld, J.P. and Rudell, A.P. Mediation of operant controlled neural activity. In: D. Mustovsky (Ed.), Behavior Control and Modification of Physiological Activity, New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1976.

(18) (14) Rosenfeld, J.P. Conditioning changes in the evoked response. In: G.E. Schwartz and J. Beatty (Eds.), Biofeedback: Theory and Research. New York: Academic Press, 1977, 377-388.

(19) (15) Ruth, R., Rosenfeld, J.P., Harris, D., and Birkel, P. Effects of aversive and rewarding electrical brain stimulation on auditory evoked responses in albino rat tectum. Physiology and Behavior, 1974, 13, 729-735.

(20) (16a) Rosenfeld, J.P., Hetzler, B.E., & Kosnik, W. Operant photic evoked potential control, unmediated by selective orientation. Physiology and Behavior, 1974, 13, 479-482.

(21) (16b) Operant photic evoked potential control, unmediated by selective orientation completely reprinted in Biofeedback and Self-Control: 1974. Chicago: Aldine Publishing Co., 1975.

(22) (17) Rosenfeld, J.P. and Kowatch, R. Differential effect of morphine on central versus peripheral nociception. Brain Research, 1975, 88, 181-185.

(23) (18) Hetzler, B.E., Rosenfeld, J.P., Ripekj, A., and Kosnik, W. Factors affecting planktonic behavior in Hydra Viridus. American Midland Naturalist, 1975, 94, 462-468.

(24) (19a) Rosenfeld, J.P., Hetzler, B.E., Birkel, P., Antoinetti, D., and Kowatch, R. Operant conditioned potentials, centrally evoked at random intervals. Behavioral Biology, 1976, 16, 305-317.

(25) (19b) Operant conditioned potentials, centrally evoked at random intervals, completely reprinted in J. Kamiya et. al. (Eds.), Biofeedback and Self-Control: 1976/77. Chicago: Aldine Publishing Co., 1977.

(26) (20) Rosenfeld, J.P. and Vickery, J.L. Differential effects of morphine on trigeminal nucleus versus reticular aversive stimulation: Independence of negative effects from stimulation parameters. Pain, 1976, 2, 405-416.

(27) (21) Rosenfeld, J.P. and Holzman, B.S. Differential effect of morphine on stimulation of primary versus higher order trigeminal terminals. Brain Research, 1977, 124, 367-372.

(28) (22) Ruth, R.E. and Rosenfeld, J.P. Dependence of photic cortical effects of aversive central gray stimulation on reticular activation. International J. Neuroscience, 1977, 7, 165-173.

(29) (23a) Ruth, R.A. and Rosenfeld, J.P. Tonic reticular activating system: Relationship to aversive brain stimulation effects. Experimental Neurology, 1977, 57, 41-56.

(23b) Ruth, R.R. and Rosenfeld, J.P. Digest of "Tonic reticular activating system..." J. Contin. Educ. in Neurology, 1978, 9-19.

(30) (24a) Hetzler, B.E., Rosenfeld, J.P., Birkel, P.A., and Antoinetti, D.N. Characteristics of operant control of centrally evoked potentials in rats. Physiology and Behavior, 1977, 19, 527-534.

(31) (24b) Characteristics of operant control of centrally evoked potentials in rats, completely reprinted in Biofeedback and Self-Control: 1977-1978. Chicago: Aldine Publishing Co., Inc. Press, 1978.

(32) (25) Rosenfeld, J.P. and Holzman, B.S. Effects of morphine on medial thalamic and medial bulboreticular aversive stimulation thresholds. Brain Research, 1978, 150, 436-440.

(33) (26) Rosenfeld, J.P., Broton, J.G., and Clavier, R.M. A reliable facial nociception device for unrestrained awake animals. Physiology and Behavior, 1978, 21, 287-290.

(34) (27) Rosenfeld, J.P., Clavier, R.M., and Broton, J.G. Bilateral and unilateral antinociceptive effects of rostral trigeminal nuclear complex lesions in rats. Brain Research, 1978, 157, 147-152.

(35) (28) Rosenfeld, J.P. and Hetzler, B.E. Significance and mediation of neural and other biofeedback. International Journal of Neuroscience, 1979, 8, 233-250.

(36) (29) Hetzler, B.E., Rosenfeld, J.P., and Birkel, P.A. Analysis of body movements during operant control of central evoked potentials. Physiology and Behavior, 1978, 21, 1047-1050.

(37) (30) Rosenfeld, J.P. and Rice, P.E. Diurnal rhythms in nociceptive thresholds in rats. Physiology and Behavior, 1979, 23, 419-420.

(38) (31) Rosenfeld, J.P. and Rice, P.E. Effects of naloxone on aversive trigeminal and thalamic stimulation, and on peripheral nociception: A hypothesis of selective action and variability in naloxone testing. Brain Research, 1979, 178, 609-612.

(39) (32a) Rosenfeld, J.P., Heinricher, M., and Dowman, R. Operantly controlled evoked potentials in central pain pathways. In Consolidation and New Dimensions: Proceedings of Biofeedback Society of America 11th Ann. Meet., 1980. Denver: Biofeedback Society, p. 138-141.

(40) (32b) Operantly controlled evoked potentials in central pain pathways. Reprinted in Biofeedback and Self-Regulation, 1980, 5, 160-164.

(41) (33) Rosenfeld, J.P. and Keresztes-Nagy, P. Differential effects of intracerebrally microinjected enkephalin analogs on centrally versus peripherally induced pain, and evidence for a facial versus lower body analgesic effect. Pain, 1980, 9, 171-182.

(42) (34) Rosenfeld, J.P. and Stocco, S. Differential effects of systemic versus intracranial injection of opiates on central, orofacial and lower body nociception: Somatotypy in bulbar analgesia systems. Pain, 1980, 9, 307-318.

(43) (35) Keresztes-Nagy, P. and Rosenfeld, J.P. Naloxone-reversible duplication by lanthanum of differential opiate analgesic effects on orofacial versus lower body versus central nociception. Brain Research, 1981, 208, 234-239.

(44) (36) Rosenfeld, J.P. and Stocco, S. Effects of midbrain, bulbar, and combined morphine microinjections and systemic injections on orofacial nociception and rostral trigeminal stimulation: Independent midbrain and bulbar opiate analgesia system? Brain Research, 1981, 215, 342-348.

(45) (37) Rosenfeld, J.P., Stamm, J., Roger, M., Birbaumer, N., Rockstroh, B., and Elbert, T. Biofeedback of event-related potentials. In: Karrer, R., Cohen, J., and Tueting, P. (Eds.), Brain and Information: Event-Related Potentials, Proc. VI Int. Conf. on Event-Related Slow Potentials of the Brain. N.Y. Acad. Sci., Monograph #12, 1983, 653-666.

(46) (38) Heinricher, M.M., Rosenfeld, J.P., and Dowman, R. Operant conditioning of trigeminal nuclear evoked potentials. Brain Research Bulletin, 1981, 7, 353-358.

(47) (39) Rosenfeld, J.P., Pickrel, C., and Broton, J.G. Analgesia for orofacial nociception produced by morphine microinjection into the trigeminal complex. Pain, 1983, 15, 145-155.

(48) (40) Dowman, R.J., Rosenfeld, J.P., and Heinricher, M. Operant conditioning of trigeminally evoked cortical potentials: Correlated effects on facial nociception. Brain Research, 1983, 269, 111-118.

(49) (41) Rosenfeld, J.P. and Gribben, D. A new, reliable lower body nociception device for unrestrained animals. Physiology and Behavior, 1983, 31, 1-6.

(50) (42) Rosenfeld, J.P. and Hammer, M. Antagoanism of opiate-like, lanthanum-induced analgesia by naloxone, 2 mg/kg, in rats. Brain Research, 1983, 268, 189-191.

(51) (43) Rosenfeld, J.P. Behavioral management of pain: Operant conditioning of pain- related neural activity. In: R. Moretti and W.A. Ayers, (Eds.), The President's Conference on the Dentist-Patient Relationship. American Dental Association, Chicago: 1983, 68-72.

(52) (44) Rosenfeld, J.P., Diaz-Clark, A., and Olson, R.E. Response to painful electrical stimulation in MPD Syndrome Patients. Journal of Dental Research, 1983, 62, 259-260.

(53) (45) Rosenfeld, J.P., Diaz-Clark, A., and Olson, R.E. MPD Syndrome patient response to aversive heat and aversive sound. Journal of Dental Research, 1983, 62, 249-259.

(54) (46) Rosenfeld, J.P., Dowman, R., Heinricher, M., and Silvia, R. Operantly controlled somatosensory evoked potentials: Specific effects on pain processes. In: Self-Regulation of the Brain and Behavior, Ed. by B. Rockstroh, T. Elbert, W. Lutzenberger and N. Birbaumer, Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 1984, pp. 164-179.

(55) (47) Broton, J.G. and Rosenfeld, J.P. Rostral trigeminal projections signal perioral facial pain. Brain Research, 1982, 243, 395-400.

(56) (48) Heinricher, M.M. and Rosenfeld, J.P. Microinjection of morphine into nucleus reticularis paragigantocellularis of the rat supresses spontaneous activity of nucleus raphe magnus. Brain Research, 1983, 272, 382-386.

(57) (49) Rosenfeld, J.P., Silvia, R., Weitkunat, R., and Dowman, R. Operant Control of Human Somatosensory Evoked Response Alters Experimental Pain Perception. Advances in Neurology, Vol. 9, (Raven Press), 1985, 343-348.

(58) (50) Dowman, R. and Rosenfeld, J.P. Operant conditioning of somatosensory evoked potential (SEP) in rats. I. Specific changes in SEP amplitude and a naloxone-reversible, somatotopically sepcific change in facial nociception. Brain Research, 333 (1985) 201-212.

(59) (51) Dowman, R. and Rosenfeld, J.P. Operant conditioning of somatosensory evoked potential (SEP) in rats. II. Associated changes in reflex and continuous non-timelocked movements. Brain Research, 333 (1985) 213-222.

(60) (52) Broton, J.G. and Rosenfeld, J.P. Effects of Trigeminal Tractotomy on Facial Thermal Nociception in the Rat. Brain Research, 333 (1985) 63-72.

(61) (53) Dowman, R. and Rosenfeld, J.P. Evidence for opioid modulation of innocuous somatosensory activity. Experimental Neurology, 89 (1985) 9-23.

(62) (54) Heinricher, M.M. and Rosenfeld, J. Peter. Microinjection of morphine into nucleus reticularis pargigantocellularis of the rat: Preferential supression of spontaneous, rather than noxious evoked, activity of nucleus raphe magnus neurons. Brain Res., 359 (1985), 388-391.

(63) (55) Kasman, G. and Rosenfeld, J.P. Differential effect of microinjected versus systemically administered morphine does not depend on dose or behavioral test. Brain Res., 383 (1986), 271-278.

(64) (56) Weitkunat, R. and Rosenfeld, J.P. Pain control by biofeedback of somatosensory evoked potentials. In: Topics in Behavioral Medicine, edited by Vinck et al. Berwyn: Swets North America Inc., 1986, 31-47.

(65) (57) Rosenfeld, J.P. The response of individual nucleus raphe magnus neurons to microinjections of met-enkephalin at midbrain and at bulbar loci: Evidence for midbrain-bulbar convergence on individual raphe neurons. Int. J. Neurosc., 33, 1987, 165-173.

(66) (58) Pickoff, J., Broton, J., and Rosenfeld, J.P. Lesions of the mid-spinal trigeminal complex are effective in producing perioral thermal hypoalgesia. Brain Res., 382 (1986), 291-198.

(67) (59) Broton, J. and Rosenfeld, J.P. Cutting rostral trigeminal nuclear complex projections preferentially affects perioral nociception in the rat. Brain Res., 397 (1986), 1-8.

(68) (60a) Rosenfeld, J.P., et al. Late vertex positivity as a guilty knowledge indicator: A new method of lie detection. Int. J. Neurosc., 34, 1987, 125-129.

(69) (60b) Late vertex positivity etc. Completely reprinted in Polygraph, December, 1987.

(70) (61) Douros, C., Karrer, R., and Rosenfeld, J.P. Effects of attention and slow potential shifts on self-regulation of event-related potentials. Biofeedback and Self- Regulation, 12, 1987, 39-50.

(71) (62) Broton, J.G. and Rosenfeld, J.P. Automated tests of facial somatic sensation in the awake, minimally-restrained rat. Applicability for use in long-term deafferentation studies. In: Effects of Injury on Spinal and Trigeminal Somatosensory Systems, L.M. Pubols and B.J. Sessle (Eds.), A.R. Liss, NY, 1987.

(72) (63) Rosenfeld, J.P. Can Clinical Biofeedback be Clinically Validated? Biofeedback and Self-Regulation, 12, 1987, 217-222.

(73) (64) Rosenfeld, J.P. et al. A modified, event-related potential-based guilty knowledge test. Int. J. Neurosc., 42, 1988, 157-161.

(74) (65) Rosenfeld, J.P. Response to Stowell. Int. J. Neurosc., 42, 1988, 163-165.

(75) (66) Rosenfeld, J.P. Pain and Analgesia Mechanisms in Self-Regulation and Health ed. by J. Carlson and R. Siefert, N.Y.: Plenum, 1991, 239-254.

(76) (67) Xia, L.Y. and Rosenfeld, J.P. Acupuncture mechanisms in Self Regulation and Health, ed. by J. Carlson and R. Siefert, N.Y.: Plenum, 1991, 267-279.

(77) (68) Nasman, V.T. and Rosenfeld, J.P. Parietal P3 amplitude as an indicator of response categorization. Psychophysiology, 27, 1990, 338-350.

(78) (69) Rosenfeld, J.P. Real time processing of event related potentials. In: Digital Signal Processing, ed. by R. Weitkunat, Amsterdam: Elsevier, 1991, 279-290.

(79) (70) Rosenfeld, J.P. Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback of Event-Related Potentials (Brain Waves): Historical Perspective, Review, Future Directions. Biofeedback and Self-Regulation, 15, 1990, 99-120.

(80) (71) Rosenfeld, J.P., Huang, K.H., and Xia, L.Y. Effects of single and simultaneous combined nanoinjections of met-enkephalin into rat midbrain and medulla on activity of differentially noci-responsive ventral medullary neurons. Brain Research, 508, 1990, 199-209.

(81) (72) Xia, L.Y. and Rosenfeld, J.P. Effects of single nanoinjections of Met-enkephalin in the minimally anaesthetized rat brainstem on trigeminal nuclear neurons. Brain Research, 541, 1991, 181-192.

(82) (73) Rosenfeld, J.P., Angell, A., Johnson, M., and Qian, J. An ERP-based control- question lie detector analog: Algorithms for discriminating effects within individual waveforms. Psychophysiology, 28, 1991, 320-336.

(83) (74) Rosenfeld, J.P. and Kim, M. Ongoing pain as a mental workload indexed by P300 depression: Discrimination of real and feigned pain conditions. Psychophysiology, 28, 1991, 336-343.

(84) (75) Rosenfeld, J.P. The P3 event-related brain potential in psychiatric and neurological diagnosis in Clinical Applied Psychophysiology, edited by J. Carlson and R. Siefert, Plenum, 1994.

(85) (76) Rosenfeld, J.P. New Directions in Applied Psychophysiology. Biofeedback and Self-Regulation, 17 1992, 77-88.

(86) (77) Nasman, V.T. and Rosenfeld, J.P. Taking attention to task: Task response probability, and within category deviation detection. Psychophysiology, 29, 1992, 657-663.

(87) (78) Huang, K., Xia, L.Y., and Rosenfeld, J.P. Effects of Acupuncture on activity of nociresponsive trigeminal nucleus caudalis. Acupuncture Research, 4, 1990, 274- 279.

(88) (79) Xia, L.H., Huang, K.H., and Rosenfeld, J.P. Behavioral and trigeminal neuronal effects of rat brainstem-nanoinjected opiates. Physiology and Behavior, 52, 1992, 65-73.

(89) (80) Johnson, M.M. and Rosenfeld, J.P. A new ERP-based deception detector analog II: Utilization of non-selective activation of relevant knowledge. Int. J. Psychophysiology, 12, 1992, 289-306.

(90) (81) Rosenfeld, J.P., et al. Event-related potentials in the dual task paradigm: P300 discriminates engaging and non-engaging films when film-viewing is the primary task. Int. J. Psychophysiology, 12, 1992, 221-332.

(91) (82) Rosenfeld, J.P. EEG treatment of addictions: Commentary on Ochs, Peniston and Kulkowsky in Biofeedback, 20, 1992, 12-17.

(92) (83) Rosenfeld, J. Peter and Siz, L.Y. Reversible tetracaine block of rat periaqueductal gray (PAG) decreases baseline tail-flick latency and prevents analgesic effects of met-enkephalin injections in nucleus paragigantocellularis (PGC). Brain Research, 605, 1993, 57-66.

(93) (84) Rosenfeld, J.P., Johnson, M.M., and Koo, J.K. Ongoing ischemic pain as a workload indexed by P3 amplitude and latency. Psychophysiology, 30, 1993, 253-260.

(94) (85) Liephardt, J., Rosenfeld, J.P., and Gabrielli, J. Event-related potential correlates of implicit priming and explicit memory tasks. Int. J. Psychophysiology, 15, 1993, 197-206.

(95) (86) Douros, C., Karrer, R., and Rosenfeld, J.P. The self-regulation of slow potential shifts and evoked potentials. Int. J. Psychophysiology, 16, 1994, 69-80.

(96) (87) Rosenfeld, J.P. Alternative views of Bashore and Rapp's (1993) alternatives to traditional polygraphy. Psychological Bulletin, 117, 1995, 159-166.

(97) (88) Rosenfeld, J.P. Biofeedback of brain wave activity: models, mechanisms, effects. In J. Kamiya, R. Kall, and G. Schwartz (eds.), Brain-wave biofeedback and applied neurophysiology. Trevose, PA: Futurehealth Publishers, 1997, in press.

(98) (89) Willard, J., Johnson, M.M., and Rosenfeld, J.P. Interaction of oddball probability and task type on P300 amplitude. Biofeedback and Self-Regulation, 19, 1994, 13-24.

(99) (90) Rosenfeld, J.P., and Xia, L.Y. Lacks of effects of tetracaine in rat nucleus paragigantocellularis on analgesia. Int. J. Neuroscience, 74, 1994, 161-175.

(100) (91) Rosenfeld, J.P. Interacting brain stem components of opiate-activated, descending, pain-inhibitory systems. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 18 (1994) 403-409.

(101) (92) Rosenfeld, J.P., Ellwanger, J., and Sweet, J. Detecting simulated amnesia with event-related brain potentials. Int. J. Psychhophysiol., 19, 1995, 1-11.

(102) (93) Rosenfeld, J.P., Cha, G., Blair, T., and Gotlib, I. Operant control of left-right frontal alpha power differences. Biofeedback and Self-Regulation, 20, 1995, 241-258.

(103) (94) Rosenfeld, J.P. (1997) Novel approaches in neurotherapy-neurofeedback; a symmetry manipulation via feedback or stimulation: In Moss, D. ed. Biofeedback: The evolving field of EEG feedback. Biofeedback, 25, 8-26.

(104) (95) Rosenfeld, J.P., Reinhart, A., and Srivastava, S. The effects of alpha (10 Hz) and Beta (22 Hz) "entrainment" stimulation on the alpha and beta EEG bands. Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback, 1997, 1, 3-20.

(105) (96) Rosenfeld, J.P., Sweet, J.J., Chuang, J., Ellwanger, J., and Song, L. Detection of simulated malingering using forced choice recognition enhanced with event-related potential recording. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 1996, 10, 163-179.

(106) (97) Taub, E., and Rosenfeld, J.P. Is alpha-theta training the effective component of the alpha-theta therapy package for treatment of alcoholism? Biofeedback, 22, 1994,
12-14.

(107) (98) Rosenfeld, J.P.., Baehr, E., Baehr, R., Gotlib, I., and Ranganath, C. (1996) Daily changes in frontal alpha asymmetry correlate with changes in affect in therapy sessions. Int. J. Psychophysiol., 23, 37-41.

(108) (99) Ellwanger, J.W., Rosenfeld, J.P., Sweet, J., & Bhat, M. (1996). Detecting simulated amnesia for autobiographical and recently learned information using the P300 event-related potential. Int. J. Psychophysiology, 23, 9-23.

(109) (100) Gotlib, I.A., Ranganath, C., & Rosenfeld, J.P. (1998). Frontal EEG alpha asymmetry, depression, and cognitive functioning. Cognition and Emotion, 12,449-478.

(110) (101) Ellwanger, J.E., Rosenfeld, J.P., & Sweet, J.J. (1997). P300 Event-related Brain Potential as an Index of Recognition Response to Autobiographical and Recently Learned Information in Closed-Head Injury Patients. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 11, 428-432.

(111) (102) Rosenfeld, J.P. A research odyssey: my years in neuroscience. Biofeedback, 23 (1995) 6-15.

(112) (103) Rosenfeld, J.P., Reinhart, A.M., Bhatt, M., Ellwanger, J., Gora, K., Sekera, M., & Sweet, J. (1998). P300 correlates of simulated amnesia on a matching-to-sample task: Topographic analyses of deception vs. truth-telling responses. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 28, 233-248.

(113) (104) Rosenfeld, J.P., Ellwanger, J.W., Nolan, K., Wu, S., Bermann, 7 Sweet, J.J(1999). P300 scalp amplitude distribution as an index of deception in a simulated cognitive deficit model. Int. J. Psychophysiol.,33,3-19.

(114) (105) Ellwanger, J.W., Tenhula, W., Rosenfeld, J.P., & Sweet, J.J. (2000). Identifying simulators of cognitive deficit through combined use of neuropsychological test performance and Event-Related Potentials. J. Clin. And Exp. Neuropsychology, 21, 866-879.

(115) (106) Ellwanger, J., Rosenfeld, J. P., Hankin, B.L., & Sweet, J.J. (1999).P300 as an index of recognition in a standard and difficult match-to-sample test: A model of amnesia in normal adults. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 13, 101-109.

(116) (107) Hoffman, D.A., Lubar, J., Rosenfeld, J.P. et al. (1999). Limitations of the American Academy of Neurology and American Clinical Neurophysiology Society paper on QEEG. J. of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, 11, 401-403.

(117) (108) Rosenfeld, J.P. (2000). An EEG biofeedback protocol for affective disorders, Clinical Electroencephalography, 31, 7-12.

(118) (109) Rosenfeld, J.P. and Ellwanger, J.W. (1999). Cognitive psychophysiology in
detection of malingered cognitive deficit. In J.J. Sweet (Ed.) Forensic Neuropsychology, Lisse (Switzerland): Swets & Zeitlinger, publishers, pp. 287-312.

(119) (110) Rosenfeld, J.P. (2002). Event-related potentials in detection of deception,
malingering, and false memories. In (Murray Kleiner, ed.) Handbook of Polygraphy, N.Y.: Academic Press.

(120) (111) Rosenfeld, J.P. (1999). Applied Psychophysiology: Exclusions and Inclusions. Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 24, 33-35.

(121) (112) Baehr, E., Rosenfeld, J.P., Baehr, R., & Earnest, C. (1999). Clinical use of an alpha asymmetry neurofeedback protocol in the treatment of mood disorders. In (J.R. Evans, ed.) Introduction to Quantitative EEG and Neurofeedback. N.Y.: Academic Press, 181-201

(122) (113) Rosenfeld, J.P. (2001). Theoretical implications of EEG referencing and related methodology issues. J. Neurotherapy, 4,77-87.

(123) (114) Sweet, J.J., Wolfe, P., Rosenfeld, J.P. et al. (2000) Further investigation of traumatic brain injury versus insufficient effort with the California Verbal Learning Test. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 15, 105-113

(125) (115) Miller, A.R., Rosenfeld, J.P., & Baratta, C. (2001). Amplitude distributions and latency in illusory recognition. J. Experimental Psychology (Learning and Memory),27, 354-361.

(126) (116) Soskins, M., Rosenfeld, J.P., & Niendam, T. (2001).  The case for peak-to-peakmeasurement of P300 recorded at .3 hz high pass filter settings in detection ofdeception.  Int. J. Psychophysiology,40, 173-180.

(127) (117) Miller, A.R., Rosenfeld, J.P., et al. (2002).  P300 amplitude and Topography distinguish between honest performance and feigned amnesia in an autobiographical oddball task.  J. Psychophysiology,16,1-11.

(118) Baehr, E., Rosenfeld, J.P., Baehr, R., and Earnest, C.(2002) J Neurotherapy  Clinical use of an alpha asymmetry neurofeedback protocol in the treatment of mood disorders: Follow-up study one to five years post-treatment.

(128) (119) Rosenfeld, J.P., and Baehr, E. (2002).  Mood Disorders, In: Handbook for Mind Body Medicine for Primary Care.  Edited by Moss, D., McGrady, A.,Wickramasekera, I., & Davies, T.  Sage Press.

(129) (120)  Rosenfeld, J.Peter, Rao, Archana, Soskins, M., and Miller, A.R. (2002) P300 Scalp Distribution as an Index of Deception: Control for Task Demand. Journal of Credibility Assessment and Witness Psychology. 3 (1) 1-22. [Internet Journal]

(130) (121) Miller A.R., Rosenfeld, J.P.,Soskins,M., & Jhee, M.(2002) P300 amplitude and Topography in an Autobiographical Oddball Paradigm involving Simulated Amnesia. J. Psychophysiology, 16, 1-11.

(131)  (122) Rosenfeld, J.P., Rao, Soskins,M. & Miller, A. (2003) Scaled P300 Scalp Distribution Correlates of Verbal Deception in an Autobiographical Oddball Paradigm: Control for Task Demand. J. Psychophysiology. 17, 14-22.

(132) (123) Lehrer,P, Rosenfeld, J.P.  et al. (2004) Biofeedback. In: Encyclopedia of Health and Behavioral Medicine, edited by N. Anderson. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, inc.

(133)     (124)  Rosenfeld, J.P. (2002) Scaled P300 Scalp Profiles in Detection of Deception. Technical Report to DOD for Project DoDPI98-P-0001, Jackson, S.C.: DoDPI Press.

(134) (125) Rosenfeld, J.P. & Baehr, E. ( 2004) EEG Biofeedback (“Neurofeedback”) for Affective Disorders. Consciousness,Emotional Self-regulation, and the Brain, edited by Mario Beauregard. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Co.

(135) (126) Baehr, E., Rosenfeld, J.P. et al. (1998) Comparison of two EEG Asymmetry indices in depressed patients vs. normal controls. Int. J. Psychophysiol., 31,89-93

(136) (127) Soskins, M., Rosenfeld, J.P., & Niendam, T. (2001).  The case for peak-to-peak measurement of P300 recorded at .3 hz high pass filter settings in detection of deception.  Int. J. Psychophysiology, 40, 173-180

(137) (128) Rosenfeld, J.Peter, Rao, Archana, Soskins, M., and Miller, A.R. (2002) P300 Scalp Distribution as an Index of Deception: Control for Task Demand. Journal of Credibility Assessment and Witness Psychology. 3 (1) 1-22. [Internet Journal]

(138) (129)Rosenfeld, J.P. Soskins,M., Bosh, G., & Ryan, A. (2004) Simple effective countermeasures to P300-based tests of detection of concealed information. Psychophysiology, 41, 205-219

(139) (130) Baehr, E., Rosenfeld, J.P., Miller, L., & Baehr, R.(2004) Premenstrual   dysphoric disorder and changes in frontal alpha asymmetry. Internat. J. Psychophysiology.52, 159-167.

(140) (131)Baehr., E., Miller, L. Rosenfeld, J.P., & Baehr, R. ( 2004) Changes in frontal brain asymmetry associated with premenstrual disorder: single case study. J. Neurotherapy 8, 29-42.

(141) (132)Miller,A.R. & Rosenfeld, J.P. (2004) Response-specific scalp distributions in deception detection and ERP correlates of psychopathic personality traits. J. Psychophysiology, 18, 13-26.

(142) (133)Rosenfeld, J.P. “Brain Fingerprinting:” A Critical Analysis. (2006), Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice, 4, 20-37. 

(143) (134)Rosenfeld, J.P., Biroschak, J.R., Kleschen, M.J., & Smith, K.M.(2005),  Subjective and objective probability effects on P300 revisited. Psychophysiology, 42, 356-359.

(144) (135) Rosenfeld, J.P., Biroschak, J.R., & Furedy, J.J. (2006). P300-based detection of concealed autobiographical versus incidentally acquired information in target and non-target paradigms.  Int. J. Psychophysiology, 60, 251-259.

(145) (136) Rosenfeld, J.P. & Skogsberg, K.R. (2006), P300-based Stroop study with low probability and target Stroop oddballs: The evidence still favors the response selection hypothesis. Int. J. Psychophysiology, 60, 240-250.

(146) (137) Rosenfeld, J.P., Shue, E., & Singer, E. (2007) Single versus multiple probe blocks of P300-based concealed information tests for autobiographical versus incidentally learned information. Biological  Psychology, 74, 396-404

(147) (138)  Rosenfeld, J.P. (2008). Detection of Deception: Event-Related Potentials. In B.   L. Cutler (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Psychology and Law (Volume 1) (pp 197-198). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
 
(148) (139)  Lui, M. & Rosenfeld, J.P. (2009). Thirty-Site P300 scalp distribution, amplitude variance across sites, and amplitude in detection of multiple deception issues.  Social Neuroscience. 4, 491 -509.

      
(149) (140) Lui, M. & Rosenfeld, J.P. (2008,). Detection of Deception about Multiple, Concealed, Mock Crime Items, based on a Spatial-Temporal Analysis of ERP Amplitude and Scalp Distribution, Psychophysiology,45,721-730.

(150) (141) Rosenfeld, J.P., Labkovsky, E., Winograd, M., Lui., A.M.,Vandenboom, C., & Chedid, E. (2008) The Complex Trial Protocol (CTP): A new, countermeasure-resistant, accurate P300-based method for detection of concealed information. Psychophysiology, 45, 90 6-919

(151) (142) Verschuere, B, Rosenfeld, J.P., Winograd, M., Labkovsky, E., & Wiersema, R. (2009) The role of deception in P300 memory detection.   Legal and Criminological Psychology. 14, 253-262.

(152) (143)  Lui, M. & Rosenfeld, J.P. (2009). The Application of Subliminal Priming in Lie Detection: Scenario for Identification of Members of a Terrorist Ring. Psychophysiology.  46, 889–903

(153) (144) Ganis, G. & Rosenfeld, J.P. (in press 2010).  Neural Correlates of Deception in Oxford Handbook of Neuroethics J.  Ed. by J. Illes and B.J. Sahakian.

(154) (145)  Meixner, J., Haynes, A., Winograd, M., & Rosenfeld (2009,). Assigned versus random, countermeasure-like responses in the P300 based Complex Trial Protocol for Detection of Deception: Task demand effects. Applied Psychophysiology. 34, 209-221.

(155) (146) Rosenfeld, J.P. (2009) Foreword and Overview. Applied Psychophysiology. 34, 145-148.

(156) (147)  Rosenfeld, J.P., Tang, M., Meixner,, J., Winograd, M., Labkovsky, E. (2009).The effects of asymmetric vs. symmetric probability of targets following probe and irrelevant stimuli in the complex trial protocol for detection of concealed information with P300. Physiology & Behavior, 98, 10–16.

(157) (148)  Meixner, J. & Rosenfeld, J.P. (2010). Countermeasure mechanisms in a P300-based concealed information test.  Psychophysiology, 47, 57-65.

(158) (149)  Rosenfeld, J. P., & Labkovsky, E. (in press 2010). New P300-based protocol to detect concealed information: Resistance to mental countermeasures against only half the irrelevant stimuli and a possible ERP indicator of countermeasures. Psychophysiology.

(159) (150)  Meixner, J. & Rosenfeld, J.P. (in press). A Mock Terrorism Application of the P300-Based Concealed Information Test, Psychophysiology.

(160) (151)  Winograd, M. & Rosenfeld, J.P. (in press). Mock Crime application of the Complex Trial Protocol (CTP) P300-based Concealed Information Test. (in press), Psychophysiology.

(161) (152)  Rosenfeld (in press 2011),  P300 in Detecting Concealed Information. In B. Verschuere, G. Ben Shakhar, & E. Meijer, (Eds.) Memory Detection: Theory and application of the concealed information test . Cambridge University Press.

(162) (153) Rosenfeld, J.P. & Greely. H.T. (2011 in press) The P300 Event-Related Potential (ERP) in Detection of Deception: Review and Legal Issues. In Carl Edwards, (Ed.) Handbook of forensic Science

(163) (154) Rosenfeld, J.P.. Ben Shakhar, G.  & Ganis, G. (2011 in press): Physiologically based methods of Concealed Memory Detection. In W. Sinnott-Armstrong, F. Schauer,  & L. Nadel (Eds.),  Neuroscience, Philosophy and Law, Oxford University Press.  

 

 

 




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