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Dr. Labkovsky's most recent publications:

2014
Labkovsky E, Rosenfled J.P. Dual-Probe ERP Protocol in Assessment of Memory Deficit and Malingering:  Comparing ERP responses to Pictorial and Verbal Stimuli. Applied psychophysiology and biofeedback 2014;39(2):

2013
J Peter Rosenfeld, Xiaoqing Hu, Elena Labkovsky, John Meixner, Michael R Winograd (2013) Review of Recent Studies and Issues regarding the P300-based Complex Trial Protocol for Detection of Concealed Information. International Journal of Psychophysiology. Available online 4 September 2013.

Meixner, J.B., Labkovsky, E., Rosenfeld, J.P., Winograd, M.J., Sokolovsky, A.,  Weishaar, J., lmann, T. (2013). P900: A Putative Novel ERP Component that Indexes Countermeasure Use in the P300-Based Concealed Information Test. Applied psychophysiology and biofeedback 2013;38(2):121-32.

Labkovsky, E., Rosenfeld, J.P. “DUAL-PROBE” P300-BASED PROTOCOL FOR DETECTION OF CONCEALED INFORMATION: MOCK CRIME AND INCIDENTALLYACQUIRED INFORMATION. Psychophisiology Vol 50, S1, p.42.

Labkovsky, E., Rosenfeld, J.P.  ERP-based Test for Assessment of Memory Deficit and Malingering: Further Developments in the “Dual-Probe” P300–based Protocol. Journal of Neurotherapy: Investigations in Neuromodulation, Neurofeedback and Applied Neuroscience 17 (4); 2013.

 

2012
Labkovsky, E.,  Rosenfeld, J.P., (2012) The P300-based, complex trial protocol for concealed information detection resists any number of sequential countermeasures against up to five irrelevant stimuli. Applied psychophysiology and biofeedback 2012;37(1):1-10.

Labkovsky E, Rosenfled JP (2012). Detection of Concealed Information in a Mock-Crime Scenario with a Novel “Dual-Probe” 8 Irrelevants Protocol.Psychophysiology Volume 49, S.94.

Labkovsky E, Rosenfled JP (2012). Assessment of memory deficit and malingering with a "Dual-Probe" protocol, using incidentally learned information and pictorial stimuli. Journal of Neurotherapy: Investigations in Neuromodulation, Neurofeedback and Applied Neuroscience 16 (4): pp.295-315

Rosenfeld, J.P., Hu, X., Labkovsky, E. (2012) Enhancements to the Complex Trial Protocol. International Journal of Psychophysiology 85 p. 326

 

 2011

Sokolovsky A, Rothenberg J, Labkovsky E, Meixner J, Rosenfeld JP. (2011). A novel countermeasure against the reaction time index of countermeasure use in the P300-based complex trial protocol for detection of concealed information. International Journal of Psychophysiology. Volume 81(1), p. 60-3.

Labkovsky, E., Rosenfeld, J.P. (2011). Memory deficit and malingering: An ERP-based assessment with a “Dual-Probe” Protocol and countermeasure use. Journal of Neurotherapy Vol 15-4, Pp. 436-7.

Labkovsky, E., Rosenfeld, J.P. (2011). A Novel “Dual-Probe” P300-based Protocol for Detection of Concealed Information. Psychophisiology Vol 48, S1, p.108.

Michael Winograd, Elena Labkovsky, Arnold Noriega, Jonathan Lamano, & Peter Rosenfeld. (2011). One (Countermeasure, CM) for All (Irrelevants) Versus One for Each (Irrelevant) in the P300-Based Complex Trial Protocol for Detecting Concealed Information. Psychophisiology Vol 48, S1, p.108.
 

2010

Rosenfeld, J. Peter and Elena Labkovsky, J. (2010). New P300-based protocol to detect concealed information: resistance to mental countermeasures against only half the irrelevant stimuli and a possible ERP indicator of countermeasures. Psychophysiology. Nov;47(6): Pp.1002-10 .

Labkovsky, Elena B., Rosenfeld, J. Peter,, & Xiaoqing, Hu (2010). Investigating the P900 Component with 5-Button CTP Protocol for Detection of Deception. Psychophysiology Volume 47, S.1 P. 65.

Weishaar, Jeff , Uhlman, Tim, Labkovsky, Elena, Sokolovsky, Alexander, Meixner, John & Rosenfeld, J. Peter . (2010) P900: A PUTATIVE NOVEL ERP COMPONENT RESULTING WHEN PARTICIPANT SIGNALED, ''NO SPECIFIC RESPONSES REQUIRED ON CURRENT TRIAL.'' Psychophysiology Volume 47, S.1 P. 105.

Xiaoqing Hu, Hegeman, Daniel, Landry, Elizabeth , Rosenfeld, J. Peter, Winograd, Michael , Sokolovsky, Alexander & Labkovsky.Elena (2010) REACTION TIME AND P300 IN CONDUCTING 4 OR 6 LUMPING COUNTERMEASURES TO 8 IRRELEVANT IN THE COMPLEX TRIAL PROTOCOL.Psychophysiology Volume 47, S.1 P. 65.

Labkovsky, Elena B., Rosenfeld, J. Peter, (2010). Investigating the P900 Component with 5-Button CTP Protocol for Assessing Memory Deficit and Malingering. Journal of Neurotherapy 14 [4]. P.360.

Labkovsky, Elena B., Rosenfeld, J. Peter,. (2010). A Novel ''Double-Probe Complex Trial Protocol'' for Assessment of Memory Deficit and Malingering. Journal of Neurotherapy. 14 [4]. P.361.

 

2009

Labkovsky, Elena B., & Rosenfeld, J. Peter (2009). P300-Based Protocol with Acoustic Stimuli for Detection of Concealed Information. Psychophysiology , Volume 46, s1 p.s141

Labkovsky, Elena B., Rosenfeld, J. Peter, & Sokolovsky, Alex (2009). Putative Novel ERP Component (P900) as an Indicator of Countermeasure Use in a Modified Complex Trial Protocol. Psychophysiology, Volume 46, s1 p.s142.

Labkovsky, Elena B., & Rosenfeld, J. Peter (2009). Accuracy of the P300-Based Complex Trial Protocol for Detection of Deception as a Function of Number of Countered Irrelevant Stimuli. Psychophysiology, Volume 46, s1 p.s141.

Labkovsky, Elena, B. & Rosenfeld, J. Peter (2009). P300-based protocol (with acoustic stimuli) for assessing memory deficit, malingering , and deception in clinical and forensic settings. Journal of Neurotherapy, Volume13, Issue 4, October 2009, Pp. 239 - 276.

Rosenfeld, J. Peter, Tang, Monica, Meixner, John, Winograd, Michael, and Labkovsky, Elena (2009). The effects of asymmetric vs. symmetric probability of targets following probe and irrelevant stimuli in the complex trial protocol for detection of concealed information with P300 . Physiology & Behavior . Volume 98, Issues 1-2 4, Pp. 10-16.

Bruno Verschuere, Rosenfeld,J. Peter, Winograd, Mike, Labkovsky, Elena, & Wiersema, Roel-Jan (2009). The Role of Deception in the P300-Based Concealed Information Test. Legal and Criminological Psychology , Volume 14, Number 2, September 2009 , pp. 253-262(10)

 

2008

Labkovsky, E., Rosenfeld, J.Peter (2008). “Detecting simulated amnesia for self-referred information with enhanced ERP(P300)-based protocol.” Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology 23, 664.

Labkovsky, Elena, B. & Rosenfeld, J. Peter 2008). Enhancing the Complex Trial Protocol (A New GKT) with Explicit Random Responses. Psychophysiology, Volume 45, s1 p.s84.

Haynes, Alexander R., Elena B. Labkovsky, & Rosenfeld, J. Peter (2008). A Modified Complex Trial Protocol P300 Test with Random Responses. Psychophysiology, Volume 45, s1 p.s62.

Bruno Verschuere, Joel Peter Rosenfeld, Mike Winograd, Elena Labkovsky, & Roel-Jan Wiersema (2008). The Role of Deception in the P300-Based Concealed Information Test. Psychophysiology, Volume 45, s1 p.s103.

Baehr, Elsa, Labkovsky, Elena (2008). Amplitude Asymmetries Across the Frequency Spectrum in a Normative Population. Journal of Neurotherapy, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p58-58, 1/3p.

Labkovsky, E., Rosenfeld, J.P. (2008). Detecting simulated amnesia for self-referred information with enhanced ERP(P300)-based protocol. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology..23, 664.

Rosenfeld, J.P., Labkovsky,E., Winograd ,M., Lui , M., Vandenboom,C., and Chedid, E.(2008). The Complex Trial Protocol (CTP): A new, countermeasure-resistant, accurate P300-based method for detection of concealed information. Psychophysiology.  Volume 45, (6):906-19

 

 

Dr. Labkovsky's most recent presentations at scientific meetings and conferences:

2014

Labkovsky E, Rosenfled J.P. Dual-Probe ERP Protocol in Assessment of Memory Deficit and Malingering:  Comparing ERP responses to Pictorial and Verbal Stimuli.45th Annual Conference, Applied psychophysiology and biofeedback (APPB), March 2014, Savannah, GA.

2013

Labkovsky E, Rosenfled JP (2013). ERP-based Test for Assessment of Memory Deficit and Malingering:
Further Developments in the “Dual-Probe” P300–based Protocol. 21th Annual Conference, International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR). September 16-18, Dallas, TX.

Labkovsky E, Rosenfled JP (2013). “DUAL-PROBE” P300-BASED PROTOCOL FOR DETECTION OF CONCEALED INFORMATION: MOCK CRIME AND INCIDENTALLY ACQUIRED INFORMATION.52-th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR), October 2-6, Florence, Italy.

Labkovsky, E. (2013). Professional Training in EEG Brain Diagnostics. Event-Related Potentials as Biomarkers in the clinical Assessment of Brain and Mind Health. Woorkshop.  Brain Mind & Memory Institute. 14-17 March 2013, Outrigger Twin Towns Resort, Gold Coast, Australia

Labkovsky, E. (2013). Malingering and Lie Detection through Event-Related Potentials. Brain Mind & Memory Institute. March 2013, Outrigger Twin Towns Resort, Gold Coast, Australia.

 

2012

Labkovsky, E. Brain Science international: ERP Fundamentals, Webinar-2, November 8, 2012

Labkovsky, E. Brain Science international: ERP Tasks, Webinar-1, October 4, 2012

Labkovsky E, Rosenfled JP (2012). Detection of Concealed Information in a Mock-Crime Scenario with a Novel “Dual-Probe” 8 Irrelevants Protocol.52-th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR), September 19-23, 2012. New Orleans, Louisiana

Labkovsky E, Rosenfled JP (2012). Assessment of memory deficit and malingering with a "Dual-Probe" protocol, using incidentally learned information and pictorial stimuli. 20th Annual Conference, International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR). September.2013. Orlando, FL

Rosenfeld, J.P., Hu, X., Labkovsky, E. (2012) Enhancements to the Complex Trial Protocol. 16th world congress of psychophysiology, International Organization of Psychophysiology (IOP). Pisa, Italy, September 13-17, 2012

Labkovsky, E. (2011). ERP Method: The use of the P300 Component in Clinical Practice and Research . Workshop #6 at the19 th Annual ISNR Conference, Phoenix, AZ.

Labkovsky, E. (2011). ERP Method: Application of the Visual Continuous Performance Test (VCPT) for ERP-based Clinical Investigations. Workshop #13 at the 19th Conference, International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR). September 2011.Phoenix, AZ.

Labkovsky, E., Rosenfeld, J.P. (2011). Memory deficit and malingering: An ERP-based assessment with a “Dual-Probe” Protocol and countermeasure use. 19th Annual Conference, International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR).  September, 2011. Phoenix, AZ.

Labkovsky, E., Rosenfeld, J.P. (2011). A Novel “Dual-Probe” P300-based Protocol for Detection of Concealed Information. 51-th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR), September. 2011,Boston, Massachusetts.

Michael Winograd, Elena Labkovsky, Arnold Noriega, Jonathan Lamano, & Peter Rosenfeld. (2011). One (Countermeasure, CM) for All (Irrelevants) Versus One for Each (Irrelevant) in the P300-Based Complex Trial Protocol for Detecting Concealed Information. 51-th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR), September. 2011. Boston, Massachusetts.

 

2010

Labkovsky, Elena B. (2010). ERP Protocols in Clinical Assessment (Part 1) (Part 2). ISNR 18th Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado.

Labkovsky, Elena B., Rosenfeld, J. Peter, (2010). Investigating the P900 Component with 5-Button CTP Protocol for Assessing Memory Deficit and Malingering. 18th Annual Conference, International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR). September. 2010.  Denver, Colorado.

Labkovsky, Elena B., Rosenfeld, J. Peter,. (2010). A Novel ''Double-Probe Complex Trial Protocol'' for Assessment of Memory Deficit and Malingering. 18th Annual Conference, International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR). September. 2010.  Denver, Colorado.

Labkovsky, Elena B., Rosenfeld, J. Peter,, & Xiaoqing, Hu (2010).P300 DETECTS GUILT AND P900 DETECTS COUNTERMEASURE (CM) USE IN THE COMPLEX TRIAL PROTOCOL: MORE CONFIRMATION. 50-th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR), September. 2010. Portland, Oregon.

Weishaar, Jeff , Uhlman, Tim, Labkovsky, Elena, Sokolovsky, Alexander, Meixner, John & Rosenfeld, J. Peter . (2010) P900: A PUTATIVE NOVEL ERP COMPONENT REFLECTING: ''NO SPECIFIC RESPONSES REQUIRED." 50-th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR), September. 2010. Portland, Oregon.

Xiaoqing Hu, Hegeman, Daniel, Landry, Elizabeth , Rosenfeld, J. Peter, Winograd, Michael , Sokolovsky, Alexander & Labkovsky.Elena (2010) REACTION TIME AND P300 IN THE COMPLEX TRIAL PROTOCOL WHEN COUNTERMEASURES ARE IMPLEMENTED. 50-th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR), September. 2010. Portland, Oregon.

Labkovsky, Elena B., & Rosenfeld, J. Peter (2010). Assessment of memory deficit, malingering and deception with P300 based “Complex Trial” protocols, using acoustic and visual stimuli. 9th Annual Conference & Workshops, American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology (AACN), Chicago (USA, IL).

 

2009

Labkovsky, Elena B., & Rosenfeld, J. Peter (2009). P300-Based Protocol with Acoustic Stimuli for Detection of Concealed Information . 49th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR), September 2010. Berlin (Germany).

Labkovsky, Elena B., & Rosenfeld, J. Peter (2009). Accuracy of the P300-Based Complex Trial Protocol for Detection of Deception as a Function of Number of Countered Irrelevant Stimuli. 49th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR), September 2010. Berlin (Germany).

Labkovsky, Elena B., Rosenfeld, J. Peter, & Sokolovsky, Alex (2009). Putative Novel ERP Component (P900) as an Indicator of Countermeasure Use in a Modified Complex Trial Protocol. 49th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR), September 2010. Berlin (Germany).

Labkovsky, Elena (2009). Introduction to ERP Method: Research, Clinical, and Forensic Applications (workshop). Presented at ISNR 17 th Annual conference, Indianapolis, IN .

Labkovsky, Elena, B. & Rosenfeld, J. Peter (2009). P300-based protocol (with acoustic stimuli) for assessing memory deficit, malingering, and deception in clinical and forensic settings. 17 th Annual conference, International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR). September 2009. Indianapolis, IN

2008

Labkovsky, E., Rosenfeld, J.P. (2008). “Detecting simulated amnesia for self-referred information with enhanced ERP(P300)-based protocol.” 2008 Meeting of National Academy of Neuropsychology .

Labkovsky, E., Rosenfeld, J.P. (2008) "ENHANCING THE COMPLEX TRIAL PROTOCOL (A NEW GKT) WITH EXPLICIT RANDOM RESPONSES." 48th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR).

Haynes, A., Labkovsky, E., Rosenfeld, J.P. (2008) " A MODIFIED COMPLEX TRIAL PROTOCOL P300 TEST WITH RANDOM RESPONSES. " 48th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR).

Vershuere, B., Rosenfeld, J.P., Winograd, M., Labkovsky,E.,Wiersema, J. (2008). “The Role of Deception in the P-300-Based Consealed Information Test.” 14 th World Congress of Psychophysiology, International Organization of Psychophysiology, St.Petersburg, Russia.

Rosenfeld, J.P., Winograd, M.,Haynes, A., Labkovsky,E.(2008).“Enhancing the Complex Trial Protocol (CTP) and Detecting Consealed Information in Mock Crime Scenario.” (Presentation). 14 th World Congress of Psychophysiology, International Organization of Psychophysiology,St.Petersburg, Russia.

2007

Rosenfeld, J.P., Labkovsky,E., Winograd ,M, Lui , M. (October 2007). “A Novel Countermeasure-proof, P-300-Based Protocol for Detection of Concealed Information .” 47 th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR).

Baehr, E., Labkovsky , E. (September, 2007). “Amplitude Asymmetries Across the Frequency Spectrum in a Normative Population .” 15 th Annual Conference International Society for Neurofeedback and Research (ISNR).. Current Perspectives in Neuroscience: Neuroplasticity & Neurofeedback.