Dr. Michelle Y. Kibby
Southern Illinois University, USA
1998 Ph.D., The University of Memphis
1996 M.S., The University of Memphis
1989 B.S., Washington University in St.
*Mesman, G. R.
& Kibby, M.Y. (2011). Examining multiple theories’ contribution to
orthographic functioning. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 44,
Kroese, J.M., *Krebbs, H., *Hill, C.E., & Hynd, G.W. (2009). The pars
triangularis in dyslexia and ADHD: A comprehensive approach. Brain and
Language, 111, 46-54.
(2009). Memory functioning in dyslexia: An analysis using two clinical memory
measures. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 24, 245-254.
(2009). There are Multiple Contributors to the Verbal Short-term Memory Deficit
in Children with Developmental Reading Disabilities. Child
Neuropsychology, 15, 485-506.
*Pavawalla, S.P., *Fancher, J.B., *Naillon, A.J., & Hynd, G.W. (2009).
The relationship between cerebral hemisphere volume and receptive language
functioning in dyslexia and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Journal
of Child Neurology, 24, 438-448.
& Cohen, M.J. (2008). Memory functioning in children with reading
disabilities and/or Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: A
clinical investigation of their working memory and long-term memory
functioning.Child Neuropsychology, 14, 525-546.
*Fancher, J.B., *Markanen, R., & Hynd, G.W. (2008). A quantitative MRI
analysis of the cerebellar deficit hypothesis of dyslexia. Journal of
Child Neurology, 23, 368-80.
*Sanchez, J., Kibby, M.Y., Gilger, J.W., & Hynd, G.W. (2006). Brain
morphology and neuropsychological profiles in a family displaying dyslexia and
superior nonverbal intelligence. Cortex, 42, 1107-1118.
Kroese, J.M., Morgan, A.E., Hiemenz, J.R., Cohen, M.J., & Hynd, G.W.
(2004). The relationship between perisylvian morphology and verbal short-term
memory functioning in children with neurodevelopmental disorders. Brain
and Language, 89, 122-135.
Marks, W., Morgan, S., & Long, C.J. (2004). Specific impairments
in developmental reading disabilities: A working memory
approach. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 37, 349-363.
Cohen, M.J., & Hynd, G.W. (2002). Clock face drawing in children with
attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Archives of Clinical
Neuropsychology, 17, 531-546.
Riccio, C.R., Kibby, M.Y., & Edmonds, J.E. (2000). Developmental
progression of clock face drawing in children. Child Neuropsychology,
Schmitter-Edgecombe, M.E., & Long, C.J. (1998). Ecological validity of
neuropsychological tests: Focus on the California Verbal Learning
Test and the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test. Archives of Clinical
Neuropsychology, 13, 523-534.
Tyc, V.L., & Mulhern, R.K. (1998). Effectiveness of psychological
intervention for children and adolescents with chronic medical
illness: A meta-analysis. Clinical Psychology Review, 18, 103-117.
M.E., & Kibby, M.Y. (1998). Visual selection following severe closed head
injury: Focused and divided attention. Journal of the
International Neuropsychological Society, 4, 144-159.
& Long, C.J. (1997). Effective treatment of minor head injury and
understanding its neurological consequences. Applied Neuropsychology,
Hudson, M.M., Hinds, P., Elliot, V., & Kibby, M.Y. (1997). Tobacco use
among pediatric cancer patients: Recommendations for developing
clinical smoking interventions. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 15,
& Long, C.J. (1996). Minor head injury: Attempts at clarifying
the confusion. Brain Injury, 10, 159-186.
& Kibby, M.Y. (1995). Ecological validity of neuropsychological
tests: A look at neuropsychology’s past and the impact that
ecological issues may have on its future. Advances in Medical
Psychotherapy, 8, 59-78.
Kibby, M.Y. (in
press). Working Memory Functioning in Developmental Dyslexia and ADHD. In G.
Kalivas and S.F. Petralia (Eds.), Short-Term Memory: New Research.
Hauppauge, NY: Nova.
& Hynd, G.W. (2001). Neurobiological basis of learning disabilities. In B.
Keogh and D. Hallahan (Eds.), Research and Global Perspectives in
Learning Disabilities (pp. 25-42). Mahwah, NJ: Earlbaum.
Kibby, M., &
Long, C.J. (1999). Effective treatment of mild traumatic brain injury and
understanding its neurological consequences. In M.J. Raymond, T.L. Bennett,
L.C. Hartlage, and C.M. Cullum (Eds.), Mild Traumatic Brain
Injury: A Clinician’s Guide. Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.