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Stewart
Christopher
C.
Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Behavioral Sciences
Rush Medical College
1645 W. Jackson Blvd., Suite 400
Chicago, IL 60612
(312) 942-2893
(312) 942-4990
christopher_stewart@rush.edu
PhD, Medical Clinical Psychology, University of Alabama at Birmingham

BS, Psychology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Behavior and Behavior Mechanisms, Mental Disorders, Nervous System Diseases, Physiological Processes, Psychological Phenomena and Processes
Imaging Techonology
Christopher Stewart, PhD, is an assistant professor in the Neuropsychology Section of the Department of Behavioral Sciences. His research interests include brain-behavior relationships in epilepsy (e.g., fMRI language lateralization; motor and language reorganization; preoperative prediction of cognitive outcome following epilepsy surgery) and dementia (e.g., MRI volumetric correlates of neuropsychological functioning and functional abilities in Alzheimer's disease; vascular-related neuropathology and cognitive functioning in aging).
 
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
 
Wright, R.A. & Stewart, C.C. (2012). Multifaceted effects of fatigue on effort and associated cardiovascular responses. In R. A. Wright & G. H. E. Gendolla (Eds.), Motivation perspectives on cardiovascular response (pp. 199-218).  Washington DC: American Psychological Association.
 
Griffith, H.R., Stewart, C.C., Stoeckel, L.E., Okonkwo, O.C., den Hollander, J.A., et al. (2010). MRI volume of the angular gyri is predictive of financial ability deficits in patients with amnestic mild cognitive impairment. Journal of the American Geriatric Society, 58(2), 265-74.
 
Griffith, H.R., Stewart, C.C., & den Hollander, J.A. (2009).  MR spectroscopy in dementias and mild cognitive impairment.  International Review of Neurobiology, 84, 105-31.
 
Hui, S.A., Wright, R.A., Stewart, C.C., Simmons, A., Eaton, B., & Nolte, R.N. (2009). Performance, cardiovascular, and health behavior effects of an inhibitory strength training intervention.  Motivation and Emotion, 33, 419-34.
 
Stewart, C.C., Wright, R.A., Hui, S.A., & Simmons, A. (2009). Outcome expectancy as a moderator of mental fatigue influence on cardiovascular response.  Psychophysiology, 46(6), 1141-49.
 
Stewart, C.C., Griffith, H.R., Okonkwo, O.C., Martin, R.C., Knowlton, R.C., Richardson, E.J., Hermann, B.P., Seidenberg, M. (2009).  Contributions of volumetrics of the hippocampus and thalamus to verbal memory in temporal lobe epilepsy patients. Brain & Cognition, 69(2), 65-72.
 
Wright, R.A., Stewart, C.C., & Barnett, B.R. (2008).  Mental fatigue influence on effort-related cardiovascular response: extension across the regulatory (inhibitory)/non-regulatory performance dimension. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 69(2), 127-33.
 
Griffith, H.R., den Hollander, J.A., Stewart, C.C., Evanochko, W.T., Harrell, L.E., Zamrini, E., et al. (2007). Elevated brain scyllo-inositol concentrations in patients with Alzheimer's disease. NMR in Biomedicine, 20(8), 709-16.
 
Richardson, E.J., Griffith, H.R., Martin, R.C., Paige, A.L., Stewart, C.C., et al. (2007). Structural and functional neuroimaging correlates of depression in temporal lobe epilepsy. Epilepsy and Behavior, 10(2), 242-9.
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