Nikki Hozack

Title(s)Adjunct Lecturer
Phone+1 213 821 0900
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    1. Lazzeroni LC, Halbauer JD, Ashford JW, Noda A, Hernandez B, Azor V, Hozack N, Hasson N, Henderson VW, Yesavage JA, Tinklenberg JR. Memantine is associated with longer survival than donepezil in a Veterans Affairs prescription database, 1997 to 2008. J Alzheimers Dis. 2013; 36(4):791-8. PMID: 23703151.
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    2. Paulus MP, Hozack N, Frank L, Brown GG, Schuckit MA. Decision making by methamphetamine-dependent subjects is associated with error-rate-independent decrease in prefrontal and parietal activation. Biol Psychiatry. 2003 Jan 01; 53(1):65-74. PMID: 12513946.
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    3. Paulus MP, Hozack NE, Zauscher BE, Frank L, Brown GG, McDowell J, Braff DL. Parietal dysfunction is associated with increased outcome-related decision-making in schizophrenia patients. Biol Psychiatry. 2002 Jun 15; 51(12):995-1004. PMID: 12062884.
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    4. Paulus MP, Hozack N, Frank L, Brown GG. Error rate and outcome predictability affect neural activation in prefrontal cortex and anterior cingulate during decision-making. Neuroimage. 2002 Apr; 15(4):836-46. PMID: 11906224.
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    5. Paulus MP, Hozack NE, Zauscher BE, Frank L, Brown GG, Braff DL, Schuckit MA. Behavioral and functional neuroimaging evidence for prefrontal dysfunction in methamphetamine-dependent subjects. Neuropsychopharmacology. 2002 Jan; 26(1):53-63. PMID: 11751032.
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    6. Paulus MP, Hozack N, Zauscher B, McDowell JE, Frank L, Brown GG, Braff DL. Prefrontal, parietal, and temporal cortex networks underlie decision-making in the presence of uncertainty. Neuroimage. 2001 Jan; 13(1):91-100. PMID: 11133312.
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