Senior Research Scientist / Intellectual Property Liaison
Spatial Attention, Awareness, and Ability Laboratory
Peii Chen, PhD, is a senior research scientist and the intellectual property liaison at Kessler Foundation and a research associate professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation at New Jersey Medical School, Rutgers University. Dr. Chen obtained her doctoral degree at the Pennsylvania State University, where she was mentored by Prof. J. Toby Mordkoff and Prof. Cathleen Moore. Trained as an experimental cognitive psychologist, Dr. Chen started out her postdoctoral career in 2007 and became a neurorehabilitation scientist with the focus on spatial cognition and its disorders after brain injury, especially stroke. Dr. Chen is devoting her career to the study of spatial neglect and its related deficits, real-life impacts, and solutions. Dr. Chen is a recipient of the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR)’s 2017 Distinguished Switzer Research Fellowship. She is the lead developer of the Kessler Foundation Neglect Assessment Process (KF-NAP®) and Prism Adaptation Treatment (KF-PAT®).
Topic areas of Dr. Chen's research include brain mechanisms and behavioral symptoms of spatial neglect, deficits related to spatial neglect (such self-awareness deficits and perseverative behavior), clinical impacts of spatial neglect, assessment methods for spatial neglect, treatment development for spatial neglect, knowledge translation and implementation.
See Dr. Chen's publications on ResearchGate.
Chen, P., & Toglia, J. (2018). Online and offline awareness deficits: Anosognosia for spatial neglect. Rehabilitation Psychology. doi:10.1037/rep0000207
Chen, P., Pitteri, M., Gillen, G., & Ayyala, H. (2017). Ask the experts how to treat individuals with Spatial Neglect: a survey study. Disability and Rehabilitation, 1-15. doi:10.1080/09638288.2017.1347720
Goedert, K. M., Chen, P., Foundas, A. L., & Barrett, A. M. (2018). Frontal Lesions predict response to Prism Adaptation Treatment in Spatial Neglect: A randomised controlled study. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 1-22. doi:10.1080/09602011.2018.1448287
Chen, P., Ward, I., Khan, U., Liu, Y., & Hreha, K. (2016). Spatial neglect hinders success of inpatient rehabilitation in individuals with traumatic brain injury: A retrospective study. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 30(5), 451-460. doi:10.1177/1545968315604397
Chen, P., Hreha, K., Kong, Y., & Barrett, A. M. (2015). impact of Spatial Neglect in stroke rehabilitation: evidence from the setting of an inpatient rehabilitation facility. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 96(8), 1458-1466. doi:10.1016/j.apmr.2015.03.019
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