Completed Theses
  • Impact of psychiatric symptomatology on neuropsychological assessment outcomes in persons with TBI: A comparison of OEF/OIF veteran and civilian TBI samples (Zach Merz, 2015)

  • The utility of the Conners' Continuous Performance Test Second Edition as a measure of sustained attention in persons with and without traumatic brain injury (Katherine Zane, 2015)

  • The RBANS factor structure in Dementia: Exploration of a language factor using independent neuropsychological measures (Natalie Emmert, 2014)

  • Detecting insufficient effort on a computer based and traditional brief neuropsychological assessment battery: Comparing the ANAM-4 and the RBANS (Evan Schulze, 2013)

  • Detecting feigned Reading Disorder and Attention¬†Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: The effects of coaching (Kristin Sopko, 2012)

  • An examination of the validity of clinical and experimental measures of visual working memory (Adam Parks, 2012)
  • Detecting feigned symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in a college student sample (Richard Laurent, 2012)
  • Investigating the validity of the WAIS-IV Cancellation task:¬† Is there an executive component?¬† (Victoria Herberger, 2011)
  • Influence of emotional intelligence on decision-making and empathy (Claire Brabec, 2009)
  • Construct validity of the Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing Battery (ImPACT) and the Automated Neuropsychological Assessment Metrics Battery (ASMB) (Philip Ruppert, 2009)
  • Personality and empathy correlates of impulsivity within personality profiles of the NEO-PI-R (Danny Maurer, 2008)
  • Emotional intelligence and its relationship to personality, cognitive intelligence, subjective well-being and academic achievement: An exploratory investigation (Ioan Stroescu, 2007)
  • Normative data on the Boston Naming Test for 15 to 18 year-old adolescents (Tammy Mandernach, 2005)
  • Detecting feigned impairment with the Vocabulary and Digit Span subtests of the WAIS-III (Lauren Schwartz, 2004)
  • The effects of coaching on two computerized measures of effort (Mike Sharland, 2004)
  • Detecting malingering with the Wechsler Memory Third Edition Recognition subtests and the Warrington Recognition Memory Test (Michelle Freedman, 1998)
  • Medical students' perception of persons with pain related disability: Effects of gender, medical evidence and compensation (Lisa Brown, 1997)
  • College academic achievement: Personality and cognitive ability (Jeff Drury, 1996)