Kathleen Pagulayan, PhD

I am an Associate Professor in the UW Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, an investigator in the VA Northwest Mental Illness Research Education and Clinical Center, and a clinical neuropsychologist at VA Puget Sound, Seattle Division (Seattle VA). My research focuses on improving functional outcome following traumatic brain injury (TBI), with an emphasis on understanding neural substrates of post-injury cognitive difficulties and evaluating novel treatment interventions. I currently lead the Clinical Neuropsychology Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Seattle VA.

Education

Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Neuropsychology, University of Washington, 2004-2007
Psychology Internship, Behavioral Medicine/Neuropsychology, University of Washington, 2003-2004
PhD, Psychology, University of Cincinnati, 2000-2004
MA, Psychology, University of Cincinnati, 1998-2000

Department Affiliations

Recent Publications

Poorer prospective memory performance is associated with reduced time monitoring among OEF/OIF/OND Veterans with a history of blast-related mild traumatic brain injury.
(2022 Jun 10)
Clin Neuropsychol
Sheppard DP, Rau HK, Trittschuh EH, Werhane ML, Schindler AG, Hendrickson RC, Peskind ER, Pagulayan KF

Associations between Intra-Individual Neurocognitive Variability and Prospective Memory in Veterans with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury History and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.
(2022 Apr 25)
Arch Clin Neuropsychol
Sheppard DP, Rau HK, Werhane ML, Fonseca LM, Chaytor NS, Peskind ER, Pagulayan KF

Repetitive Blast Exposure Increases Appetitive Motivation and Behavioral Inflexibility in Male Mice.
(2021)
Front Behav Neurosci 15(): 792648
Baskin B, Lee SJ, Skillen E, Wong K, Rau H, Hendrickson RC, Pagulayan K, Raskind MA, Peskind ER, Phillips PEM, Cook DG, Schindler AG

Correlates of sleep disturbance in Veterans with traumatic brain injury and chronic pain: A cross-sectional study.
(2022 Jan)
Disabil Health J 15(1): 101203
Miller M, Williams R, Pagulayan K, Barber J, Ehde DM, Hoffman J

Repetitive blast mild traumatic brain injury increases ethanol sensitivity in male mice and risky drinking behavior in male combat veterans.
(2021 May)
Alcohol Clin Exp Res 45(5): 1051-1064
Schindler AG, Baskin B, Juarez B, Janet Lee S, Hendrickson R, Pagulayan K, Zweifel LS, Raskind MA, Phillips PEM, Peskind ER, Cook DG

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