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Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology

Widener University

 
 

 

Research
The Neuropsychology Assessment Center has an active program of research. The Center's neuropsychologists study a range of questions concerning brain-behavior relationships through the use of an ongoing database. Participation in research studies is strictly voluntary and written permission is obtained. In no way does failure to participate limit or compromise the psychological services the individual receives. Within the last two years, the institute's neuropsychology students have presented their research at national conferences, including the National Academy of Neuropsychology and the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology. There have been several presentations pertaining to various aspects of learning disabilities and understanding of reading and reading disorders, as well as research that has examined personality profiles in individuals with traumatic brain injury. In addition, graduates of the neuropsychology program have authored papers that have been accepted to peer-reviewed journals.
 


 

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