Curtis Cripe

Curtis Cripe
Fordham University · Graduate School of Social Service

PhD

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September 2010 - present
NTLgroup, Inc
Position
  • Managing Director
January 1992 - September 2010
Crossroads Institute
Position
  • Founder and Director of Research

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Publications (11)
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Up to 80% of individuals seeking treatment fail in their attempts at sobriety. This study investigated whether 1) a cognitive remediation therapy (CRT) program augmented with a brain-computer interface (BCI) to influence brain performance metrics would increase participants' self-agency by restoring cognitive control performance; and 2) that abilit...
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Living and working in outer space introduces unique physiological, psychological, and psychosocial stressors to the human body. While most stressors are known and well researched, Long Duration Spaceflight creates additional and more worrisome stressors. This paper describes preparation and research plans for a 30-month repeated-measures, cognitive...
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Living and working in outer space introduces unique physiological, psychological, and psychosocial stressors to the human body. While most stressors are known and well researched, Long Duration Spaceflight creates additional and more worrisome stressors. This paper describes preparation and research plans for a 30-month repeated-measures, cognitive...
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This study is a retrospective chart review of 200 clients who participated in a non-verbal restorative cognitive remediation training (rCRT) program between 2012 and 2020. Each client participated in the program for about 16 weeks, and the study as a whole occurred over a five-year period. The program was applied to effect proper neural functional...
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The brain is the only organ that does not heal itself once injured, but it does adapt and relearn quickly once injured. Whether the brain is cognitively optimized or is dysfunctional, the same brain networks and brain systems are at play to optimize or regulate and repair. That is why studying brain function of optimized brains from astronaut candi...
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This study is a retrospective chart review of 200 clients who participated in a nonverbal restorative Cognitive Remediation Training (rCRT) program. The program was applied to effect proper neural functional remodeling needed to support resilient, flexible and adaptable behaviors after encountering a mild to medium closed head traumatic brain injur...
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Previous mission reports suggest that long duration space crews are at risk for psychosocial/behavioral issues that are affecting crewmember cognitive performance, moods, work performance and overall mission success. Behavioral health evidence indicates crewmembers are experiencing a myriad of stressors related to reduced neurocognitive performance...
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This article describes three case studies where the Low Energy Neurofeedback System (LENS) was used to augment neurotherapy/neuro-development training to help overcome cognitive and developmental issues. Simultaneously applying neuro-developmental exercises and LENS training has reduced treatment time in our clinic for certain conditions such as Pe...
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This case series (N = 30) shows the impact of an addiction treatment approach that uses phenotype-basedneurofeedback in an integrated clinical treatment (Crossroads Institute), which combines targeted brain recovery exercises and neurotherapy. We present pre- and post-neurocognitive testing and electroencephalography/quantitative electro- encephalo...

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