William B. Barr

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William Barr

Associate Professor, Department of Neurology
Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry

Director of Neuropsychology

Contact Info

Address
225 East 34th Street
New York, NY 10016

646/558-0809


Education

1985-1986 — Boston VA Medical Center, Internship

Research Interests

Cognitive and Behavioral Effects of Epilepsy
Memory Disorders
Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
Sports Concussion

Reliability and Validity of the Sport Concussion Assessment Tool-3 (SCAT3) in High School and Collegiate Athletes
Chin, Esther Y; Nelson, Lindsay D; Barr, William B; McCrory, Paul; McCrea, Michael A. Reliability and Validity of the Sport Concussion Assessment Tool-3 (SCAT3) in High School and Collegiate Athletes. American journal of sports medicine. 2016 Jun 8;:?-? (2136532)

Age Differences in Recovery After Sport-Related Concussion: A Comparison of High School and Collegiate Athletes
Nelson, Lindsay D; Guskiewicz, Kevin M; Barr, William B; Hammeke, Thomas A; Randolph, Christopher; Ahn, Kwang Woo; Wang, Yanzhi; McCrea, Michael A. Age Differences in Recovery After Sport-Related Concussion: A Comparison of High School and Collegiate Athletes. Journal of athletic training. 2016 Feb ;51(2):142-152 (2031852)

Multiple Self-Reported Concussions Are More Prevalent in Athletes With ADHD and Learning Disability
Nelson, Lindsay D; Guskiewicz, Kevin M; Marshall, Stephen W; Hammeke, Thomas; Barr, William; Randolph, Christopher; McCrea, Michael A. Multiple Self-Reported Concussions Are More Prevalent in Athletes With ADHD and Learning Disability. Clinical journal of sport medicine. 2016 Mar ;26(2):120-127 (1964232)

Prospective, Head-to-Head Study of Three Computerized Neurocognitive Assessment Tools (CNTs): Reliability and Validity for the Assessment of Sport-Related Concussion
Nelson, Lindsay D; LaRoche, Ashley A; Pfaller, Adam Y; Lerner, E Brooke; Hammeke, Thomas A; Randolph, Christopher; Barr, William B; Guskiewicz, Kevin; McCrea, Michael A. Prospective, Head-to-Head Study of Three Computerized Neurocognitive Assessment Tools (CNTs): Reliability and Validity for the Assessment of Sport-Related Concussion. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society. 2016 Jan ;22(1):24-37 (1926502)

Preinjury somatization symptoms contribute to clinical recovery after sport-related concussion
Nelson, Lindsay D; Tarima, Sergey; LaRoche, Ashley A; Hammeke, Thomas A; Barr, William B; Guskiewicz, Kevin; Randolph, Christopher; McCrea, Michael A. Preinjury somatization symptoms contribute to clinical recovery after sport-related concussion. Neurology. 2016 Apr 20;86(20):1856-1863 (2107622)