Completed Dissertations
  • Auditory and visual naming in temporal lobe epilepsy: An examination of dysnomia at baseline neuropsychological assessment and following selective amygdalohippocampectomy in patients with left and right temporal lobe epilepsy (Evan Schulze, 2016)

  • An examination of the influence of psychopathology on cognitive functioning (Richard Laurent, 2015)

  • Using symptom and performance validity tests to detect postconcussional and posttraumatic stress symptomatology: A simulation study (Adam Parks, 2014)

  • An exploration of relationships between depression, seizure lateralization and neurocognitive abilities in persons with temporal lobe epilepsy (Kristin Sopko, 2014)

  • The relationship between depression and cognitive dysfunction in individuals with Multiple Sclerosis (Kirk Bryant, 2013)
  • Neuropsychological outcomes in individuals with selective amygdalohippocampectomy: An examination of post-operative cognitive functioning in individuals with right or left temporal lobe epilepsy (Victoria Herberger, 2013)
  • The relationships among postconcussion symptoms, PTSD symptoms, and personality characteristics in a non-referred sample ( Jason Murphy, 2012) 
  • Intermodal processing of emotional and social information with the WAIS-IV Advanced Clinical Solutions Package (Claire Brabec, 2011).
  • Construct and criterion validity of the Victoria Symptom Validity Test (VSVT) response latency scores: Relationships with traditional neuropsychological measures and the Word Memory Test (WMT) (Phil Ruppert, 2011)
  • Detecting insufficient effort on computer-based concussion assessment programs: Comparing ImPACT and ASMB (Angie Capps, 2009)
  • Construct validity of the Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing Battery with traditional neuropsychology measures (Brittany Allen, 2008)
  • Relationships between cortical thickness and verbal working memory in schizophrenia (Derin Cobia, 2008)
  • Adolescent performance and norms for the Boston Naming Test (Tammy Mandernach, 2006)
  • Factors that predict functional outcome following traumatic brain injury (Tyler Roskos, 2006)
  • Mental flexibility in patients with traumatic brain injury: An examination of contemporary measures of verbal fluency and set-switching (Lauren Schwarz, 2006)
  • A survey of neuropsychologists' beliefs and practices with respect to the assessment of effort (Michael Sharland, 2005)
  • Determining reliable cognitive change following mild traumatic brain injury: Use of reliable change indices (Traci Sitzer, 2005)
  • The relationship between psychopathology, intellectual ability, and memory functioning in an outpatient mental health clinic (Ben Morasco, 2003)
  • Detecting feigned memory impairment for symptom and test coached simulation with the Test of Memory Malingering (Matthew Powell, 2003)
  • The factor structure of a brief screening battery utilized within an acute mild traumatic brain injury population: A validity study (John Wright, 2003)
  • Post-stroke depression within a sample of geriatric rehabilitation patients: A factor analysis of the Geriatric Depression Scale (Jeffrey Cully, 2001)
  • The detection of malingering and positive impresson management profiles on the NEO-PI-R: A comparison of methods (Jeff Drury, 2001)
  • Detecting malingering with the Wechsler Memory Scale-Third Edition (Michelle Freedman, 2000)
  • Prospective memory performance and self-report in a traumatic brain injury sample (Michael Magdalinski, 2000)
  • A cluster analytic examination of neuropsychological profiles within a seizure disorder population (Linda Evans, 2000)
  • A survey of neuropsychologists' ethical practices and beliefs (Lisa Brown, 1999)
  • Effects of coaching on detecting feigned cognitive impairment with the Category Test (Margaret DiCarlo, 1998)
  • Personality factors and self-report of cognitive functioning in a neurologically intact population (Daniel Gripshover, 1997)
  • Detecting simulated memory impairment with the Rey Auditory Verbal Learning test: Implications of base rates and study generalizability (John King, 1997)
  • Nonverbal fluency: A neuropsychometric investigation (Kristen Sands, 1997)
  • A comparative and factor analytic investigation of post concussion syndrome (Gordon Horn, 1996)
  • The neuropsychological assessment of memory using selected subtests of the WMS-R (Joanne Mercer, 1996)
  • The clinical utility of the WISC-III for differential diagnosis of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (Christine Swartz, 1996)
  • Alternative approaches to the detection of feigned memory deficits associated with closed head injuries (Mary Michaeleen Craddock, 1995)