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Lawrence Perlmuter, Ph.D.

Department of Psychology
College of Health Professions
Room 2.682
Building: HSB
Phone: 847.578.8754
Fax: 847.578.8765
Dr. Perlmuter will not be considering student applications for the 2015/2016 academic year. 


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Potts, T., Nguyen , J., Ghai, K., Li, K., &  Perlmuter, L.C.  (2015) Perception of difficulty and glucose control: effects on academic performance in youth with Type I Diabetes. World Journal of Diabetes,   6, (3), 527-533: doi: 10.4239/wjd.v 6.13.527.

 Leung, S.L  Bangieva, V. Garima, S. Stress, M &  Perlmuter, L.C. Impact of maternal anxiety on children’s orthostatic blood pressure regulation and anxiety. Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies: An International Interdisciplinary Journal for Research, Policy and Care. DOI:10.1080/17450128.2013.855347  VOL 9 #2, 159-166, 2014

Fan, C.A., Sattler, L., Parkinson, C., Theckadeth, B.B., Singh, S.P., & Perlmuter, L.C., (2013) The effect of family history of diabetes on sleep quality, depression, and anxiety in adult males with Diabetes. Journal of Diabetes Mellitus . 3, (1), 11-14. 

Schmitt, N. & Perlmuter, L.C. (2012). Subclinical orthostatic hypotension as a biological marker for low self-esteem in children. Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies, 7, (2) 139-148.

Perlmuter, L.C., Sarda, G. Casavant,V., O,Hara, K. Hindes, M., Knott, P.T., Mosnaim, A.D. (2012). A review of orthostatic blood pressure regulation and its association with mood and cognition.

Clinical Autonomic Research, 22, 99-107.

Casavant, V., Christina, C., Afsheen, S., & Perlmuter, L.C. (2012). Subclinical orthostatic pulse pressure confirms mothers' ratings of ADHD in pre-schoolers. International Journal of Psychophysiology.

Cheng, Yu-C, Vyas, A., Hymen, E., & Perlmuter, L.C. (2011). Gender Differences in Orthostatic Hypotension. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences, 343 (3), 221 – 225.

Casavant, V., Spivak, A. Marek, J., Chilamkurti, C., Perlmuter, L.C. (2010) Orthostatic Blood Pressure Regulation Correlates With Cognitive Function in Hispanic American Head Start Children. Vulnerable Child and Youth Studies, 5, 188-195.

Ramaswamy, R. , Mirochna, M., & Perlmuter, L.C., (2010) The Negative Association of BMI with Classroom Effort in Elementary School Children. Journal of Child Health Care, 14, 161-169.

Czajkowska, J., Ozhog, S., Smith E., & Perlmuter L.C. (2010). Cognition and hopelessness in individuals exhibiting subsyndromal orthostatic hypotension. Journal of Gerontology, 65, 873-879.

Hindes, M., O'Hara, K., Perlmuter, L.C. (2009). Subsyndromal Orthostatic Blood Pressure Regulation Correlates with Motor Skills in Head Start Children.

International Journal of Psychophysiology, 74(2), 101-105.

Mosnaim, A.D., Abiola, R., Wolf, M., Perlmuter, L.C. (2009). Etiology and Risk Factors for Developing Orthostatic Hypotension. American Journal of Therapeutics, 17, 86-91.

Perlmuter, L.C., Flanagan, B.P., Shah, P.H., & Singh, S. P (2009). Glycemic Control and Hypoglycemia. Response to Musen, Diabetes Care, 32, 1. (Comments and Responses).

Perlmuter, L.C., Shah, P.H., Flanagan, B.P., Surampudi, V., Kosman, Y. (2009). Rate of Peripheral Glucose Change During Cognitive Testing Predicts Performance in Diabetes Mellitus. Journal of Diabetes, 1, 43-49.

Sachman, J.L., Mayefsky, J.H, Ozhog, S. & Perlmuter, L.C. (2009). Birth Weight Predicts Subclinical Orthostatic Hypotension in Children. Human Ontogenetics, 3, 1-5.

Perlmuter, L.C., Flanagan, B.P., Shah, P.H., & Singh, S. P. (2009). Glycemic Control and Hypoglycemia: Is the Loser the Winner? Diabetes Care, 31, 2072- 2076. (Invited Editorial)
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