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Schlund, Michael, Ph.D.
Main Office Address
Kennedy Krieger Institute
707 N. Broadway St. Room 200
Baltimore, MD, 21205
University of Wisconsin
Kennedy Kreiger Institute
My research involves the application of functional magnetic resonance imaging to improve our understanding of the neural correlates of cognitive and behavior change, especially brain regions that encourage spontaneous novel adaptive behavior. Current research focuses on the distributed neural networks supporting approach, avoidance and escape behavior, relational learning (stimulus equivalence) and dysfunction associated with generalized anxiety disorder, depression and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Schlund, M. W., Pace, G. M., & McGready, J. (2001). Relations between decision-making deficits and discriminating contingencies following brain injury. Brain Injury, 15, 1001-1071.
Schlund, M. W. (2002). The effects of brain injury on choice and sensitivity to remote consequences: deficits indiscriminating response-consequence relations. Brain Injury, 16, 347-357.
Schlund, M. W. (2002). Effects of acquired brain injury on adaptive choice and the role of reduced sensitivity to contingencies. Brain Injury, 16, 527-535.
Hoehn-Saric, R., Schlund, M.W., & Wong, S.H. (2004). Effects of Citalopram on worry and brain activation in patients with generalized anxiety disorder. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, 131, 11-21.
Schlund, M.W., Cataldo, M.F. (2005). Functional neuroimaging in human operant research: Brain
activation correlated with presentation of discriminative stimuli. Journal of Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 84, 505-520.
Schlund, M.W., Hoehn-Saric, R. & Cataldo, M. F. (In press). New knowledge derived from learned knowledge: Functional-anatomic correlates of stimulus equivalence. Journal of Experimental Analysis of Behavior.