Peter Arnett

Professor of Psychology

Peter Arnett

Research Summary

Clinical neuropsychology, neurocognitive effects of multiple sclerosis, and the neurocognitive and emotional consequences of sports-related concussion in collegiate athletes.

Huck Affiliations

Publication Tags

Athletes Multiple Sclerosis Depression Athlete Sports Fatigue Memory Wounds And Injuries Cognition Group Performance Neuropsychological Tests Sleep Quality Of Life Mood Self Report Cognitive Dysfunction Post Concussion Syndrome Craniocerebral Trauma Allele Violence Unconsciousness Anxiety Sports Reporting Intimate Partner Violence

Most Recent Papers

Factors Associated with Employment Status in Individuals with MS.

M. Cadden, Peter Arnett, International Journal of MS Care on p. 284-291

Evidence Base for Depression in MS

Peter Arnett, M. Smith, 2021,

Cognitive Functioning and Everyday Tasks in Multiple Sclerosis

Peter Arnett, M Smith, 2021,

Memory in Multiple Sclerosis: A Reappraisal Using the Item Specific Deficit Approach

Michael R. Basso, Douglas Whiteside, Dennis Combs, Steven Paul Woods, Jordan Hoffmeister, Ryan Mulligan, Peter Arnett, Eva Alden, Oliver Tobin, 2021, Neuropsychology on p. 207-219

Loss of consciousness is associated with elevated cognitive intra-individual variability following sports-related concussion

Victoria C. Merritt, Liora S. Greenberg, Jessica E. Meyer, Peter A. Arnett, 2021, Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society on p. 197-203

Perceived fatigue impact and cognitive variability in multiple sclerosis

Kaitlin E. Riegler, Margaret Cadden, Erin T. Guty, Jared M. Bruce, Peter A. Arnett, 2021, Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society

Sleep Deprived or Concussed? The Acute Impact of Self-Reported Insufficient Sleep in College Athletes

Kaitlin E. Riegler, Erin T. Guty, Garrett A. Thomas, Peter A. Arnett, 2021, Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society on p. 35-46

Comorbid Affective Symptomatology and Neurocognitive Performance in College Athletes

Garrett A. Thomas, Erin T. Guty, Kaitlin E. Riegler, Peter A. Arnett, 2021, Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society

Head Trauma in a Community-Based Sample of Victims of Intimate Partner Violence

Jessica E. Meyer, Varna Jammula, Peter A. Arnett, 2021, Journal of Interpersonal Violence

Effects of diminished positive mood and depressed mood upon verbal learning and memory among people with multiple sclerosis

Jordan Hoffmeister, Michael R. Basso, Bradley Reynolds, Douglas Whiteside, Ryan Mulligan, Peter A. Arnett, Dennis R. Combs, 2021, Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology on p. 117-128

Most-Cited Papers

The utility of post-concussion neuropsychological data in identifying cognitive change following sports-related MTBI in the absence of baseline data

Ruben J. Echemendia, Jared M. Bruce, Christopher M. Bailey, James Forrest Sanders, Peter Arnett, Gray Vargas, 2012, Clinical Neuropsychologist on p. 1077-1091

EEG correlates of fatigue during administration of a neuropsychological test battery

Fiona Barwick, Peter Andrew Arnett, Semyon Slobounov, 2012, Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology - Electromyography and Motor Control on p. 278-284

Predictors and prevalence of postconcussion depression symptoms in collegiate athletes

Gray Vargas, Amanda Rabinowitz, Jessica Meyer, Peter A. Arnett, 2015, Journal of Athletic Training on p. 250-255

Factors associated with employment status in individuals with multiple sclerosis

Margaret Cadden, Peter Arnett, 2015, International Journal of MS Care on p. 284-291

Premorbid predictors of postconcussion symptoms in collegiate athletes

Victoria C. Merritt, Peter Andrew Arnett, 2014, Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology on p. 1098-1111

Depression in multiple sclerosis

Lauren B. Strober, Peter A. Arnett, 2015, Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology on p. 722-732

Cognitive and neurobehavioral features in multiple sclerosis

Peter A. Arnett, Lauren B. Strober, 2011, Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics on p. 411-424

Apolipoprotein e (APOE) ε4 allele is associated with increased symptom reporting following sports concussion

Victoria C. Merritt, Peter A. Arnett, 2015, Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society on p. 89-94

Impact of neurological impairment, depression, cognitive function and coping on quality of life of people with multiple sclerosis: A relative importance analysis

Eduardo Fernández-Jiménez, Peter Andrew Arnett, 2015, Multiple Sclerosis on p. 1468-1472

Intraindividual cognitive variability before and after sports-related concussion

Amanda R. Rabinowitz, Peter A. Arnett, 2013, Neuropsychology on p. 481-490