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Paul Jasiukaitis PhD
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Dr. Jasiukaitis received his doctoral degree in psychology from the City University of New York in 1986. His studies there were in the neurophysiological bases of behavior, with a concentration on the human EEG (electroencephalogram) and sensory evoked responses from the human brain. He was trained in intra-operative monitoring at the University of Pittsburgh’s Medical School in 1988 and has been with UCSF’s intra-operative team since April 2003. His post-doctoral research has included the areas of memory, attention, mood disorders, PTSD, schizophrenia, hypnosis, substance dependency, and the mathematical modeling of treatment outcomes
Selected Recent Publications
Butler LD, Duran R, Jasiukaitis P, Koopman C, Spiegel D. Hypnotizability and traumatic experience: A duathesis-stress model of dissociative symptomology. American Journal of Psychiatry 1996:153(Festschrift Supplement);42-63.
Jasiukaitis P, Fein G. Differential association of HIV-related neuropsychological impairment with semantic vs. repetition priming. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 1999:5;434-441.
Jasiukaitis P, Fein G. Intact visual word priming in cocaine dependent subjects with and without cognitive deficit. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry 1999:23;1019-1036.
Jasiukaitis P, Nouriani B, Hugdahl K, Spiegel D. Relateralizing hypnosis, or Have we been barking up the wrong hemisphere? International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis 1997:45;158-177.
Jasiukaitis P, Nouriani B, Spiegel D. Left hemisphere superiority for brain potential effects of hypnotic obstruction. Neuropsychologia 1996:34;661-668.
Kogon MM, Jasiukaitis P, Berardi A, Gupta M, Kosslyn SM, Spiegel D. Imagery and hypnotizability revisited. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis 1998:46;363-370.
Nash A, Peralme R, Jasiukaitis P. The effects of magnitude and direction of stimulus change on auditory brain potentials elicited by deviant signal stimuli. Biological Psychology 1994:37;219-234.
Neylan TC, Jasiukaitis PA, Lenoci M, Scott JC, Metzler TJ, Weiss DS, Schoenfeld FB Marmar CR. Temporal instability of auditory and visual event related potentials in posttraumatic stress disorder. Biological Psychiatry 2003:53;216-225.
Sclabassi RJ, Sun M, Krieger DN, Jasiukaitis P, Sher MS. Time-frequency domain problems in the neurosciences. In Boashash B (ed): Time-Frequency Signal Analysis. Longman-Cheshire & Wiley Halstead, 1992, pp. 498-519.
Paul Jasiukaitis PhD
University of California, San Francisco
Department of Neurological Surgery
505 Parnassus Ave., Box 0112
San Francisco, CA 94143-0112  
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