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Late recovery from the minimally conscious state: ethical and policy implications., Fins, Joseph J., Schiff Nicholas D., and Foley Kathleen M. , Neurology, 2007 Jan 23, Volume 68, Issue 4, p.304-7, (2007)
Neuroethics and Disorders of Consciousness: Discerning Brain States in Clinical Practice and Research., Fins, Joseph J. , AMA J Ethics, 2016 Dec 01, Volume 18, Issue 12, p.1182-1191, (2016)
Disorders of consciousness and disordered care: families, caregivers, and narratives of necessity., Fins, Joseph J. , Arch Phys Med Rehabil, 2013 Oct, Volume 94, Issue 10, p.1934-9, (2013)
A leg to stand on: Sir William Osler and Wilder Penfield's "neuroethics"., Fins, Joseph J. , Am J Bioeth, 2008 Jan, Volume 8, Issue 1, p.37-46, (2008)
Clinical pragmatism and the care of brain damaged patients: toward a palliative neuroethics for disorders of consciousness., Fins, Joseph J. , Prog Brain Res, 2005, Volume 150, p.565-82, (2005)
Clinical pragmatism: a method of moral problem solving., Fins, Joseph J., Bacchetta Matthew D., and Miller Franklin G. , Kennedy Inst Ethics J, 1997 Jun, Volume 7, Issue 2, p.129-45, (1997)
Saul Bellow's Coma: What Neuroscience Can Learn From the Humanities., Fins, Joseph J. , J Head Trauma Rehabil, 2020 Mar/Apr, Volume 35, Issue 2, p.160-162, (2020)
Being conscious of their burden: severe brain injury and the two cultures challenge., Fins, Joseph J. , Ann N Y Acad Sci, 2009 Mar, Volume 1157, p.131-47, (2009)
Rights language and disorders of consciousness: a call for advocacy., Fins, Joseph J., and Wright Megan S. , Brain Inj, 2018, Volume 32, Issue 5, p.670-674, (2018)
The portrayal of coma in contemporary motion pictures., Fins, Joseph J. , Neurology, 2007 Jan 2, Volume 68, Issue 1, p.79; author reply 80, (2007)
Surrogate decision making in the case of a pregnant woman newly disabled with brain injury., Fins, Joseph J., Hammond Cassing, Tarsney Preya S., Panero Alberto, Martinez Jasmine, and Kirschner Kristi L. , PM R, 2013 Jan, Volume 5, Issue 1, p.57-65, (2013)
When No One Notices: Disorders of Consciousness and the Chronic Vegetative State., Fins, Joseph J. , Hastings Cent Rep, 2019 07, Volume 49, Issue 4, p.14-17, (2019)
Dynamic regimes of neocortical activity linked to corticothalamic integrity correlate with outcomes in acute anoxic brain injury after cardiac arrest., Forgacs, Peter B., Frey Hans-Peter, Velazquez Angela, Thompson Stephanie, Brodie Daniel, Moitra Vivek, Rabani Leroy, Park Soojin, Agarwal Sachin, Falo Maria Cristina, et al. , Ann Clin Transl Neurol, 2017 02, Volume 4, Issue 2, p.119-129, (2017)
Independent Functional Outcomes after Prolonged Coma following Cardiac Arrest: A Mechanistic Hypothesis., Forgacs, Peter B., Devinsky Orrin, and Schiff Nicholas D. , Ann Neurol, 2020 04, Volume 87, Issue 4, p.618-632, (2020)
The wavelet transformed EEG: a new method of trial-by-trial evaluation of saccade-related cortical activity., Forgacs, Peter B., Von Gizycki Hans, Harhula Myroslav, Avitable Matt, Selesnick Ivan, and Bodis-Wollner Ivan , Suppl Clin Neurophysiol, 2006, Volume 59, p.183-9, (2006)
A proposed role for routine EEGs in patients with consciousness disorders., Forgacs, Peter B., Conte Mary M., Fridman Esteban A., Voss Henning U., Victor Jonathan D., and Schiff Nicholas D. , Ann Neurol, 2014 Nov 15, (2014)
Focal cortical dysplasia IIb presenting as slowly progressive aphasia mimicking a brain tumor., Forgacs, Peter B., Sarkis Rani, Folkerth Rebecca, Golby Alexandra, Hsu Liangge, Bubrick Ellen J., and Dworetzky Barbara A. , Seizure, 2013 Oct 1, (2013)
Preservation of electroencephalographic organization in patients with impaired consciousness and imaging-based evidence of command-following., Forgacs, Peter B., Conte Mary M., Fridman Esteban A., Voss Henning U., Victor Jonathan D., and Schiff Nicholas D. , Ann Neurol, 2014 Dec, Volume 76, Issue 6, p.869-79, (2014)
Isolation Syndrome after Cardiac Arrest and Therapeutic Hypothermia., Forgacs, Peter B., Fridman Esteban A., Goldfine Andrew M., and Schiff Nicholas D. , Front Neurosci, 2016, Volume 10, p.259, (2016)
Presynaptic dopamine deficit in minimally conscious state patients following traumatic brain injury., Fridman, Esteban A., Osborne Joseph R., Mozley Paul D., Victor Jonathan D., and Schiff Nicholas D. , Brain, 2019 07 01, Volume 142, Issue 7, p.1887-1893, (2019)
Kinematic improvement following Botulinum Toxin-A injection in upper-limb spasticity due to stroke., Fridman, Esteban A., Crespo Marcos, Argüello Santiago Gomez, Degue Lorena, Villarreal Mirta, Bohlhalter Stephan, Wheaton Lewis, and Hallett Mark , J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry, 2010 Apr, Volume 81, Issue 4, p.423-7, (2010)
Regional cerebral metabolic patterns demonstrate the role of anterior forebrain mesocircuit dysfunction in the severely injured brain., Fridman, Esteban A., Beattie Bradley J., Broft Allegra, Laureys Steven, and Schiff Nicholas D. , Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2014 Apr 14, (2014)
Reorganization of the human ipsilesional premotor cortex after stroke., Fridman, Esteban A., Hanakawa Takashi, Chung Melissa, Hummel Friedhelm, Leiguarda Ramon C., and Cohen Leonardo G. , Brain, 2004 Apr, Volume 127, Issue Pt 4, p.747-58, (2004)
Fast awakening from minimally conscious state with apomorphine., Fridman, Esteban A., Calvar Jorge, Bonetto Mariana, Gamzu Elkan, Krimchansky Ben Zion, Meli Francisco, Leiguarda Ramon C., and Zafonte Ross , Brain Inj, 2009 Feb, Volume 23, Issue 2, p.172-7, (2009)
[Neuroprotection in acute ischemic stroke. Practicability of guidelines for treatment]., Fridman, E A., Ottaviano F, Fiol M, Javelier A, Perea J E., and Ameriso S F. , Rev Neurol, 2001 May 1-15, Volume 32, Issue 9, p.818-21, (2001)