|Senior Research Program Coordinator|
Address: 600 N. Wolfe St., Phipps 316, Baltimore, MD 21287
Julie McEntee is a Senior Research Program Coordinator for the Neuroimaging, Neuropsychiatry and Cognitive Function project studying Huntington's Disease and Schizophrenia. She has a Masters degree in Experimental Psychology from Hollins University in Roanoke, VA, with a primary background in Behavior Analysis. Julie's main interests are in the use of functional MRI and Diffusion Tensor Imaging in the study of neuropathological complex behavior circuits in Huntington's Disease and other neurological diseases. Her other interests include the neural basis of stimulus control and reinforcement.
- Neuroimaging, Neuropsychiatry and Cognitive Function (NNCF)
Saunders, R. R., McEntee, J. E., & Saunders, M. D. (2005). Interaction of reinforcement schedules, a behavioral prosthesis, and work-related behavior in adults with mental retardation. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 38, 163-176.
Saunders, R. R., & McEntee, J. E. (2004). Increasing the probability of stimulus equivalence with adults with mild mental retardation. Psychological Record, 54, 423-435.
McEntee, J. E., & Saunders, R. R. (1997). A response-restriction analysis of stereotypy in adolescents with retardation: Implications for applied behavior analysis. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 30, 485-506.
McEntee, J. E., Parker, E. H., Brown, M. B., & Poulson, R. L. (1996). Case study: The effects of response interruption, DRO, and positive reinforcement on the reduction of handmouthing behavior. Behavioral Interventions, 11, 163-170.