Mitchell J.M. Cohen, MD

Mitchell J.M. Cohen, MD

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833 Chestnut Street
Suite 210
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-6592
(215) 503-2853 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Contextual interference and augmented feedback: Is there an additive effect for motor learning?
  2. Cortical activation during foot movements: II Effect of movement rate and side
  3. Cortical activation during executed, imagined, and observed foot movements
  4. Effects of motor imagery training after chronic, complete spinal cord injury
  5. Brain activation during execution and motor imagery of novel and skilled sequential hand movements
  6. Brain motor system function after chronic, complete spinal cord injury
  7. Cerebral and cerebellar sensorimotor plasticity following motor imagery-based mental practice of a sequential movement
  8. An fMRI investigation of hand representation in paraplegic humans
  9. Somatotopy of the motor cortex after long-term spinal cord injury or amputation
  10. Event-related potentials as a function of movement parameter variations during motor imagery and isometric action
  11. Cortical potentials during imagined movements in individuals with chronic spinal cord injuries
  12. Alcohol induced changes in regional cerebral glucose metabolic rate during divided attention
  13. Problem solving and coping strategies in persons with spinal cord injury who have and do not have a family history of alcoholism
  14. Changes in the P300 component of the tactile event-related potential following spinal cord injury
  15. Visuospatial information processing in intoxicated, recently detoxified, and long-term abstinent alcoholics
  16. Sensory detection and pain thresholds in spinal cord injury patients with and without dysesthetic pain, and in chronic low back pain patients
  17. Incidence and characteristics of spinal cord injured patients with a family history of alcoholism
  18. Spatial Learning Deficits in Preschool Children of Alcoholics
  19. Auditory P3 event related potentials (ERP) and brainstem auditory evoked responses (BAER) after spinal cord injury in humans.
  20. Comments on psychosocial factors in chronic spinal cord injury pain by Summers, Rapoff, Varghese, Porter, and Palmer