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Jeffrey Snow

TitleAssociate Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
DepartmentPediatrics, College of Medicine
DivisionPeds Psychology
Address239 ACH Westside Building
1301 Wolfe Street
Mail Slot # 512
Little Rock AR 72202
Phone501-364-1021
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    1. Ou X, Andres A, Cleves MA, Pivik RT, Snow JH, Ding Z, Badger TM. Sex-specific association between infant diet and white matter integrity in 8-y-old children. Pediatr Res. 2014 Dec; 76(6):535-43. PMID: 25167204.
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    2. Ou X, Snow JH, Byerley AK, Hall JJ, Glasier CM. Decreased activation and increased lateralization in brain functioning for selective attention and response inhibition in adolescents with spina bifida. Child Neuropsychol. 2013; 19(1):23-36. PMID: 22145814.
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    3. Ou X, Glasier CM, Snow JH. Diffusion tensor imaging evaluation of white matter in adolescents with myelomeningocele and Chiari II malformation. Pediatr Radiol. 2011 Nov; 41(11):1407-15. PMID: 21725712.
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    4. Ou X, Snow J H, Hall J J, Byerly A, Glasier C M. An fMRI study of cognitive functions in adolescents with spina bifida. Proceedings for the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine. 2011.
    5. Ou X, Sharp G B, Snow J H, Glasier C M. fMRI and DTI revealed changes in contralesional motor compensation after brain tumor removal. 2011.
    6. Oui, X, Hall, J J, Glasier, C M, Snow J H. Diffusion tensor imaging study of adolescents with spina bifida. 2010.
    7. Snow, J H, Rampey, C. Comparison of ADHD subgroups with different motor and visual-preceptual patterns. 2003; 705-706.
    8. Snow, J, Rampey, C. Examination of a visual-motor and visual-perception battery using children and adolescents diagnosed with LD and/or ADHD. 2003; 718.
    9. Blondis, T A, Snow, J H, Accardo, P J. Attention Deficits and Hyperactivity in Children and Adults. Methods of measuring attention deficits with or without hyperactivity-impulsivity. 2000.
    10. Snow, J H, Stroope, E E. Development of mental rotation matching abilities with children. 1999; 83.
    11. Snow JH. Executive processes for children with Spina Bifida. Children's Health Care. 1999; 28:241-253.
    12. Snow, J H, Aronowitz, J. Difference between ADHD Children with and without associated LD. 1999; 20.
    13. Snow, J H, Pool, D. Visual memory for children and adolescents with learning disabilities. 1998; 83.
    14. Snow, J H. Developmental patterns and use of the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test for children and adolescents with learning disabilities. Child Neuropsychology. 1998; 4:89-97.
    15. Blondis, T A, Roizen, N J, Snow, J H, Stein, M. Cognitive subtypes of Developmental Coordination Disorder as determined by cluster analysis. 1997; 25.
    16. Blondis, T A, Roizen, N J, Snow, J H, Fishkin, B A, Zeir, A, Stein, M. Intellectual processing differences related to Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, coordination and disruptive behavior. 1995; 15.
    17. Snow, J H, Hooper, S R. Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury. Sage. 1994.
    18. Snow, J H. Memory functions for children with Spina Bifida. Assessment in Rehabilitation and Exceptionality. 1994; 1:20 - 27.
    19. Snow JH. Review of Diagnosis Learaning Disorders: A neuropsychological framework. J of Psychoeducational Assessment. 1993; 11:190-191.
    20. Snow, J, Castro, R. Visual memory with learning disabled childrlen and adolescents. 1993; 265.
    21. Blondis, T A, Snow, J H, Roizen, N J, Opacich, K J, Accardo, P J. Early maturation of motor-delayed children at school-age. Journal of Child Neurology. 1993; 8:323-329.
    22. Snow, J, Castro, R. Executive functions with different pediatric groups. 1993; 265.
    23. Blondis, T A, Roizen, J N, Snow, J H, Accardo, P J. Developmental Disabilities: A continuum. Clinical Pediatrics. 1993; 32:492-498.
    24. Snow, J. H., Blondis, T.A., Accardo, P.J., Cunningham, K. J. Longitudinal assessment of motor and sensory skills in academically disabled and control children. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology. 1993; 8:55-68.
    25. Snow, J H, English, R, Lange, B. Clinical Utility of the Selective Reminding Test children's version. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment. 1992; 10:153-160.
    26. Snow, J H. Investigation of the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test with learning disabled children and adolescents. 1992; 117.
    27. Snow JH. Mental Measurements Yearbook. Review of the Lauria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery: Form I and II. 1992.
    28. Snow JH. Mental Measurements Yearbook. The Modified Version of the Bender-Gastalt Test for Preschool and Primary Children. 1992.
    29. Snow JH. Nonverbal Learning Disabilities: The syndrome and the model. J of Psychoeducational Assessment. 1992; 10:293-295.
    30. Snow, J H. Characteristics of learning-disabled subgroups based on academic achievement patterns. 1992; 68.
    31. Snow, J.H. Mental flexibility and planning skills in children and adolescents with learning disabilities. Journal of Learning Disabilities. 1992; 25:265-270.
    32. Snow, J H, Cunningham, K. Attention Deficit Disorders and Hyperactivity in Children. Psychoeducational Data. 1991.
    33. Snow, J H, Blondis, T A, English, R A. Neuropsychological skills with motor dysfunction and motor normal children. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology. 1991; 6:271-278.
    34. Blondis, T A, Snow, J H, Roizen, N J, Stein, M. Attention Deficit Disorder and Hyperactivity in Children. Appropriate use of measures of attention and activity for the diagnosis and management of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. 1991.
    35. Blondis, T A, Snow, J H, Roizen, N J. Motor development of clumsy children. 1991; 708.
    36. Snow, J H, Blondis, T, Accardo, P. Longitudinal assessment of motor and sensory skills with normal and academically disabled children. 1991; 52.
    37. Snow, J H, English, R A. Effects of word fluency task on motor speed and coordination. 1990; 215.
    38. Snow, J H, Ashcraft, E W, Edmonds, J E. Neuropsychological characteristics of adolescents and young adults with Spina Bifida. 1990; 59.
    39. Desch, L W, Anderson, S, Snow, J. Relationship of head circumference to measures of school performance. 1990; 33.
    40. Blondis, T A, Snow, J H, Accardo, P J. Integration of soft signs in academically normal and academically at-risk children. Pediatrics. 1990; 85:421-425.
    41. Snow, J H, Ashcraft, E W. Longitudinal analysis of neurological soft signs with normal and academically disabled children. 1990; 59.
    42. Snow, J.H. Investigation of a mental rotation task with school-age children. J of Psychoeducational Assessment. 1990; 8:538-549.
    43. Desch, L W, Anderson, S K, Snow, J H. Relationship of head circumference to measures of school performance. Clinical Pediatrics. 1990; 29:389-392.
    44. Edmonds, J E, Snow, J H. Self-perception and personality profiles of teenagers and young adults with Spina Bifida. 1990; 51.
    45. Blondis, T, Desch, L, Snow, J, Clippard, D, Roizan, N. Understanding of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder by school professionals. 1990; 33.
    46. Snow, J H, Strope, E E. Development of mental rotation matching abilities with children. Developmental Neuropsychology. 1990; 6:207-214.
    47. Snow, J H. The relationship of cross-modal memory with other neuropsychological measures. Learaning and Individual Differences. 1989; 3:357-365.
    48. Snow, J H, Desch L W. Subgroups based on medical, developmental, and growth variables with a sample of children referred for learning difficulties. International Journal of Clinical Neuropsychology. 1989; 11:71-79.
    49. Blondis, T, Accardo, P, Snow, J. Measures of Attention Deficit. Part I: Questionnaires. Clinical Pediatrics. 1989; 28:222-227.
    50. Blondis, T, Accardo, P, Snow, J. Measures of Attention Deficit, Part II. Clinical Pediatrics. 1989; 28:268-275.
    51. Snow, J H, English, R A. Cross-modal memory with adults: Hand advantage and effects of interference. 1989; 54.
    52. Snow, J H, Desch, L W. Characteristics of empirically derived subgroups based on intelligence and visual-motor score patterns. J of School Psychology. 1989; 27:265-275.
    53. Snow, J H, Barnet, L, Cunningham, K, Ernst, M. Cross-modal development with normal and learning disabled children. International Journal of Clinical Neuropsychology. 1988; 10:74-80.
    54. Snow, J H, Blondis, T, Brady, L. Motor and sensory abilities with normal and academically at-risk children. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology. 1988; 3:227-238.
    55. Snow, J H, Desch, L W. Learning disorder subgroups based on medical, developmental and growth variables. 1988; 58.
    56. Snow, J H, Desch, L W. Subgroups based on Bender-Gestalt error scores. J of Psychoeducational Assessment. 1988; 6:161-270.
    57. Snow, J H, Blondis, T, Brady, L. Motor and sensory functioning with academically at-risk and normal children. 1988; 60.
    58. Snow, J H. Cross-modal memory with adults: Does lateral eye gaze make a difference?. Educational and Psychological Research. 1987; 7:103-116.
    59. Snow, J H, Koller, J, Roberts C D. Adolescent and adult learning disability subgroups based on WAIS-R performance. J of Psychoeducatinal Assessment. 1987; 5:7-14.
    60. Snow JH. Review of Learning Disabilities and Brain Function: A neuropsychological approach. 1987; 5:292-295.
    61. Hynd, G W, Snow, J H, Becker, M G. Neuropsychological Assessment Procedures with Children. Advances in Clinical Child Psychology. 1986.
    62. Hynd, G W, Snow, J H. Psychoeducational Evaluation of School-Aged Children with ;ow Incidence Handicaps. Neurological and neuropsychological factors associated with severe learning disabilities. 1986.
    63. Snow, J H, Koller, J. Developmental neuropsychological assessment of learning disabled children. 1986; 248.
    64. Martin, R P, Hooper, S R. The Psychological Assessment of Child and Adolescent Personality. Behavior rating scale approaches to personality assessment in children and asolescents. 1986.
    65. Hynd, G W, Snow, J, Willis, W G. Visual-spatial orientation, gaze direction, and dichotic listening asymmetries. Cortex. 1986; 22:313-317.
    66. Snow, J H, Hynd, G W. A multi-variate Investigation of the Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery-Children's Revision using learning disabled students. J of Psychoeducational Assessment. 1985; 3:101-109.
    67. Snow, J H, Hynd, G W. Factor structure of the Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery Children's Revision with learning disabled children. J of School Psychology. 1985; 23:271-275.
    68. Snow, J H, Cohen, M, Holliman, W B. Learning disability subgroups using cluster analysis of the WISC-R. J of Psychoeducational Assessment. 1985; 4:391-397.
    69. Snow JH. Review of the Miller Assessment for Preschoolers. J of Psychoeducational Assessment. 1985; 3:295-296.
    70. Snow, J H, Hynd, G W, Hartlage, L C. Differences between mildly and more severely learning disabled children on the Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery Children's Revision. J of Psychoeducational Assessment. 1984; 2:23-28.
    71. Snow, J, Hynd, G W. Determining neuropsychological "strengths" and "weaknesses" on the Luria-Nebraska: Good practice or wishful thinking?. J of Conulting and Clinical Psychology. 1984; 52:695-696.
    72. Snow, J H, Jordan, G, Benton, L. The Luria-Nebraska: Utility of scales with learning disabled children. 1984; 135.
    73. Snow, J H, Hartlage, L C, Hynd, G W, Grant, D H. Relationship between the Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery Children's Revision and the Minnesota Percepto Diagnostic Test with learning disabled children. Psychology in the Schools. 1983; 20:415-419.
    74. Snow, J H. Straight talk about Mental Tests. School of Psychology Review. 1983; 12:110-111.
    75. Hynd, G W, Hayes, F, Snow, J. Neuropsychological Screening with School-Age Children: Rationale and conceptualization. Psychology in the Schools. 1982; 19:446-451.
    76. Snow, J, Hynd, G W. Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery with learning disabled children: Factorial Structure. 346.
    77. Blondis, T A, Snow, J H, Accardo, P J, Roizen, N J. Does the right-brain know what the left-hand is feeling?.
    78. Hynd, G W, Snow, J H. Best Practices in School Psychology. Best Practices in Neuropsychological Assessment.
    79. Blondis, T A, Snow, J H, Accardo, P J. Development of sensorimotor integration in normal and academically disabled school children. 353A.
    80. Snow, J H, Pool, D. Executive processes for children with Spina Bifida. 83.
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