PAST PRESENTATIONS AND OFFICERS OF PNNS – 1986-1990

Initially compiled by John Ernst in August 2001, from records maintained by Jerry LeJeune, with additional records provided by Molly Warner, Jeff Powel, Ray Parker, Larry Majovski, and from memory. There are a few missing pieces of information, especially records of last minute changes or cancellations. Please send corrections to Brad Powell

1989-1990

  • President: Catherine Mateer, PhD ABPP
  • Vice President: Wendy Marlowe, PhD ABPP
  • Past President: Lloyd Cripe, PhD ABPP
  • Treasurer: Ken Zych, PhD ABPP
  • Secretary: Lloyd Cripe, PhD ABPP
  • Program Chair: Fred Wise, PhD
  • Executive Administrative Officer: Jerry LeJeune, PhD

9/89 ?

10/9/89 “Neuro-opthomology: Implications for Neuropsychology” Craig Smith, MD

11/13/89 “A Perplexing Case: Differential Diagnosis and Disposition-What Can We Really Predict From Neuropsychological Tests?” Wendy Marlowe, PhD ABPP

12/2/89 Annual Conference: The Interplay of Emotion and Cognition: Neuropsychological Perspectives (Chaired by Jeffrey Powel, PhD).

“The Role of Emotional Factors in Neuropsychological Assessment” Kenneth Adams, PhD ABPP.

“Recovery of Cognition without Improved Emotional Status After Mild head Injury: Neuropsychological and MMPI Changes” Jim Maxwell, PhD, Margaret Waldron, BA, and Robert Maxwell, BA.

“A Murky, Contaminated Measure in Neuropsychological Assessment” Lloyd Cripe, PhD ABPP.

“A Valid Measure of Emotional Adjustment in Neuropsychological Assessment” Carl Dodrill, PhD ABPP.

“The MMPI in Neuropsychological Assessment: Contrasting Views” Moderated discussion by Robert Kurlychek, PhD ABPP, Lloyd Cripe PhD ABPP, and Carl Dodrill, PhD ABPP.

“Brain Injury and Emotion: Clinical Concerns” Wendy Marlowe, PhD ABPP.

“Reflex Crying” Tedd Judd, PhD ABPP and Cynthia Stoffell, PhD.

“Neurobehavioral and Emotional Factors Measured as a Function of Rate of Lesion Development in Intracranial Neoplasms” Thomas Green, PhD.

“Neurobehavioral Findings Three Weeks Post Pediatric Head Injury: A Matched, Case-control Study”Gayle Fay, PhD, Hillary Shurtleff, PhC, Kenneth Jaffe, MD, Kathleen Martin RN MRN, J’May Rivera, MSW.

“Perceived Positive Emotional Changes Following Brain Injury” Ellen Blau, PhD.

“Chronic Disability After Mild Head Injury: Implications for Interventions” David Fordyce, PhD.

“Evaluating and Managing Psychosocial Deficits in Brain Injury Rehabilitation” Catherine Mateer, PhD ABPP.

“Treatment Issues in the Interplay of Emotion and Cognition” Moderated discussion by Catherine Mateer, PhD ABPP, Ellen Blau, PhD, and David Fordyce, PhD.

1/8/90 “Anger Management for Head Injured Individuals” Jay Uomoto, PhD

2/12/90 “Cognitive and Behavioral Consequences of Face and Forehead Injury” Catherine Mateer, PhD ABPP

3/12/90 “WMS-R Pros and Cons, Is it Useful, Is it an Improvement, What do All Those Scores Mean?” Jeff Powel, PhD with Carl Dodrill PhD ABPP and Catherine Mateer, PhD ABPP

4/9/90 “Predictors of Survival and Severity of Disability Following Severe Brain Injury in Children” Linda Michaud, MD., “Long-Term Sequelae of Pediatric Head Injury” Ellen Lehr, PhD

5/14/90 “Neuroimaging Techniques and Psychopharmacology” Steve Dager, MD

6/11/90 “The Broca’s Scan-A New Bedside Screening Assessment” Vernon Neppe, MD

1988-1989

  • President: Lloyd Cripe, PhD ABPP
  • Vice President: Catherine Mateer, PhD ABPP
  • Past President: Carl Dodrill, PhD ABPP
  • Treasurer: Catherine Mateer, PhD ABPP
  • Secretary: Wendy Marlowe, PhD ABPP
  • Program Chair: Jerry LeJeune, PhD
  • Executive Administrative Officer: Jerry LeJeune, PhD

9/12/88 “Minor Head Injury” Viewing of a videotape produced by the National Head Injury Foundation., “Two Minor Head Injury Case Presentations” Wendy Marlowe, PhD ABPP and Dave Fordyce, PhD

10/10/88 “The Accuracy of Neuropsychologist’s Clinical Judgements: What Does Faust Say?” Discussion

11/14/88 “Simple Tests of Visual Memory in Elderly Alzheimer’s Patients” Allison Marshall-Rath, PhD

12/3/88 Annual Conference: (Chaired by David Fordyce, PhD): The Neuropsychology of Frontal Lobe Functioning:

“Out Front, Looking Back: A Neuroanatomical, Neuropsychological, and Developmental View of the Frontal Lobes” Donald Stuss, PhD ABPP.

“Further Studies of the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test” Carl Dodrill, PhD ABPP.

“Frontal Lobe Functioning and Memory in an Elderly Population” Steven Chiulli, MS, K.Y. Haaland, PhD ABPP, Ronald Yeo, PhD, and Phillip Garry, PhD.

“The Mind Data Problem: Why Executive Functions Elude Test Scores” Lloyd Cripe, PhD ABPP.

“The Impact of a Right Frontal Lesion on the Developing Brain: A Case Study” Wendy Marlowe, PhD ABPP.

“Assessment Issues in Three Cases of Frontal Lobe Gunshot Injury” Catherine Mateer, PhD ABPP, Brian Baird, PhD, Cynthea Stoffel, PhD, and Jerry Devore, PhD.

“Remediation of Executive Function Impairments” McKay Sohlberg, MS and Catherine Mateer, PhD ABPP.

1/9/89 “The Category Test: How Can We Gain More Information From It?” Lloyd Cripe, PhD ABPP and Carl Dodrill, PhD ABPP.

2/13/89 “Depression and Memory: Are We Asking the Right Questions?” Ellen Blau, PhD with a discussion led by Tim Clark, PhD. Tedd Judd PhD discussed his experience developing neuropsychology in Nicaragua.

3/13/89 “Preparation for the Diplomate in Clinical Neuorpsychology, American Board of Professional Psychology” Ken Zych, PhD ABPP with Lloyd Cripe PhD ABPP and Carl Dodrill, PhD ABPP providing additional information.

4/10/89 “Language Organization in the Brain” George Ojemann, MD.

5/8/89 “Neuroanatomical Correlates of Psychological Dysfunction in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis” Steve Morton, PhD., “Neuropsychological Assessment of Patients Exposed to Neurotoxins” David White, PhD.

6/12/89 “How I Think Through a Case: A Case of Neurotoxicity” Lloyd Cripe, PhD ABPP.

1987-1988 (The First Year of Formal Organization)

  • President: Carl Dodrill, PhD ABPP
  • Vice-President: Lloyd Cripe, PhD ABPP
  • Treasurer: Lloyd Cripe, PhD ABPP
  • Secretary: Wendy Marlowe, PhD ABPP
  • Program Chair: Jerry LeJeune, PhD
  • Executive Administrative Officer: Jerry LeJeune, PhD

9/14/87 “Assessing Interhemispheric Disconnections” Jim Maxwell, PhD.

10/12/87 “Memory Disorders with Unusual Presentations: Case Reports” Loyd Cripe, PhD ABPP, Tedd Judd, PhD, and Dennis Williams, PhD.

11/21/87 Annual Conference:

“Effects of Early Focal Brain Injury on Hemispheric Reorganization” Paul Satz, PhD ABPP followed by discussion led by Wendy Marlowe, PhD ABPP.

“Neuropharmacological Management of Memory Disorders” Alvin McLean, PhD.

“A Three Pronged Approach to Memory Rehabilitation” Catherine Mateer, PhD (David Fordyce, PhD served as a discussant for the above).

Presidential Address: “What’s Normal?” Carl Dodrill, PhD ABPP with comment by Tom Green, PhD.

“Neuromechanisms of Emotions” George Wambaugh, MD.

“Organic Affective Disorders” Tim Clark, PhD.

“Dementia Due to Depression” Ed Hill, PhD.

“Affective Reactions to Brain Dysfunction” Tedd Judd, PhD.

“Emotional States and Neuropsychological Test Performances” Brad Powell, PhD (The above introduced by Lloyd Cripe, PhD ABPP).

“The ABPP/ABCN Board Examination in Clinical Neuropsychology: Practical Comments” Paul Satz, PhD ABPP. Closing Comments by Catherine Mateer, PhD.

12/87 ?

1/11/88 “The Neuromechanisms of Emotions” George Wambaugh, MD.

2/8/88 “Neuropsychological Findings in Parkinson Patients and the Concept of Subcortical Dementia” Phil Ballard, MD.

3/14/88 “Professional Issues in Litigation” Wendy Marlowe, PhD ABPP.

4/11/88 “The Neuropsychology of Violence: Implications for Criminal Investigation” Fred Wise, PhD and Betty McMahon, PhD.

5/9/88 “A Multiple Connections Model of Reading: Neuropsychological Implications” Ginger Berninger, PhD., “An Application of the Multiple Connections Model in an Individual with Acquired Dyslexia” McKay Sohlberg, MS.

6/13/88 “Predicting Academic and Memory Functioning as a Consequence of Age and IQ” Jeff Powel, PhD. There was also a memorial for Robert Stevens led by Bruce Arneklev.

7/9/86 Forensic Case Presentation by Tom Green, PhD (meeting conducted by Jerry LeJeune, PhD).

6/12/86 “Memory Assessment and Defects” Catherine Mateer, PhD (meeting conducted by Wendy Marlowe, PhD ABPP).

9/8/86 “Replication of Normative Data for the Dodrill Version of the HRB Battery on Normals and Brain Damaged Patients” Thatcher Beaty, PhD (meeting conducted by Tom Green, PhD).

10/27/86 Discussion of the article “Persisting Symptoms After Head Injury: A Review of the Postconcussive Syndrome” by Larry Binder published in the Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 1986, vol. 8, 323-346. Discussion led by Tedd Judd, PhD

12/8/86 “Relationship of Age and IQ to Halstead-Reitan Scores” Molly Warner, PhD.

1/12/87 Discussion of Various Approaches to Neuropsychological Assessment, including case presentations and group discussion. Coordinated by Molly Warner, PhD and Lloyd Cripe, PhD ABPP.

2/9/87 “Reflections on the Introduction of Neuropsychology to a Mainland Chinese Setting” Hans Doerr, PhD., “Where There are no Neuropsychologists: Teaching Neuropsychology in Nicaragua” Tedd Judd, PhD.

3/9/87 “Neuropsychological Consequences of Drug Abuse” Albert Carlin, PhD.

4/13/87 “Diagnostic Considerations for the Communication Disorders of Aphasia, Apraxia of Speech, and Dysarthria” Kent Yockey, MS CCC-SLP.

5/11/87 “Executive Functions Routefinding Task: The Neuropsychopathology of Everyday Life” Tom Boyd, PhD.

6/8/87 “Beyond the PASAT-A New Measure of Attention” Mary Weber, PhD., “Trail Making Test Errors” Larry Klusman, PhD.

1999-2000

  • President: David Breiger, PhD
  • Vice President: Brad Powell, PhD
  • Past President: James McKeever, PhD
  • Treasurer: Molly Warner, PhD
  • Secretary: Majid Azzedine, PhD
  • Associate Member Representative: Brian Bournival
  • Executive Administrative Officer: Jerry LeJeune, PhD

9/13/99 “Developmental Pediatrics: Relationship to Neuropsychology” Tom Clingan, MD.

10/11/99 “Blues and the Brain: Functional Neuroimaging of Brain Systems in Depression” Roderick K. Mahurin, PhD.

11/8/99 “The Language of Literacy: Treatment Prospectives” Daellene King, MS CCC-SLP.

12/13/99 “Sports Related Head Injuries” David Coppel, PhD.

1/10/00 “Psychotic Disorders in Children” Jack McCellan, MD and Chris McCurry, PhD.

2/14/00 “Back to the Future: Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry” Gary Tucker, MD.

3/13/00 “Neuropsychology of Autism” Geraldine Dawson, PhD.

4/10/00 “Ethical issues in Clinical Neuropsychology Practice” Andy Benjamin, PhD JD.

5/20/00 Annual Conference:

“Neuropsychological Nasties: Some New and Some Recycled Problems” Kenneth Adams, PhD ABPP.

6/12/00 “Technology and Neuropsychology” Steve Sulzbacher, PhD.

1998-1999

  • President: James McKeever, PhD
  • Vice-President: David Breiger, PhD
  • Past President: Larry Majovski, PhD ABPP
  • Treasurer: Molly Warner, PhD
  • Secretary: Betty Jones, PhD
  • Associate Member Representative: Brian Bornival
  • Executive Administrative Officer: Jerry LeJeune, PhD

9/14/98 “Outcome in Traumatic Brain Injury: Update and Major Issues” Sureyya Dikmen, PhD.

10/12/98 “Ethical and Legal Issues Relevant to Neuropsychology: Views from Olympia” John Ernst, PhD, ABPP, Margeret Gilbert, JD, and Janice Boden.

11/9/98 “Early Psycho-pharmacological Treatment and the Effect on Adult Functioning” Robert Reichler, MD.

12/12/98 Annual Conference: (Chaired by James McKeever, PhD)

“The Relevance of Childhood to Adult Neuropsychology” Paul Eslinger, PhD.

“Outcome of Childhood Brain Impairment: Transition to Adulthood” W. Marlowe, PhD ABPP.

Lloyd Cripe, PhD ABPP provided a tribute to Jim Maxwell, PhD.

1/11/99 “An Inordinate Fondness for Confusion: The Consultant, Delirium, and the Clock” Peter Manos, MD.

2/8/99 “Pediatric/Child Neurosurgery: Applications for Clinical Neuropsychologists” William Morris, MD.

3/8/99 “The Nature of Feedback to Clients and Referral Sources” Alan Breen, PhD.

4/12/99 “Brain Surgery Made Ridiculously Simple-Don’t Try it at Home” Richard Ellenbogen, MD.

5/10/99 “Assessing Long Term Cognitive Effects of Early Treatment with Phenobarbital and of Chronic Metabolic Diseases” Steve Sulzbacher, PhD.

6/14/99 “Neuropsychology Journal Article Discussion” David Brieger, PhD and James McKeever, PhD.

1997-1998

  • President: Larry Majovski, PhD ABPP
  • Vice-President: James McKeever, PhD
  • Past President: Ray Parker, PhD ABPP
  • Treasurer: Molly Warner, PhD
  • Secretary: Betty Jones, PhD
  • Associate Member Representative: Dave Clemmons, PhD
  • Executive Administrative Officer: Jerry LeJeune, PhD

9/8/97 “Neuro-Interventional Techniques / Gamma Knife Advances in Pain and Movement Disorders: Current Update and Implications for Neuropsychologists” Ronald Young, MD.

10/13/97 “Neuropsychopharmacology Update 1997: Practical Implications for Clinical Neuropsychlologists”Nicholoas Ward, MD.

11/10/97 “Journal Club Colloquium” Lloyd Cripe, PhD ABPP and Carl Dodrill, PhD ABPP.

12/13/97 Annual Conference: (Chaired by Larry Majovski, PhD ABPP)

“Best of the Northwest: Major Contributions to the Field of Clinical Neuropsychology” Lloyd Cripe, PhD ABPP.

“What I Have Learned Thus Far: Lessons from a Quarter Century of Neuropsychology in the Pacific Northwest” Carl Dodrill, PhD ABPP.

“The Neuropsychology of Aging and Dementia in the Very Elderly: Findings from the Oregon Brain Aging Study” Diane Howieson, PhD ABPP.

“A Critical Look at the Neuropsychology of Learning Disabilities and Their Adult Outcome” Otfried Spreen, PhD ABPP.

1/12/98 Cancelled due to weather.

2/9/98 “Toxic Exposure: Implications for Neuropsychologists” Patricia Sparks, MD.

3/9/98 “The Unfolding fo the Central Nervous System” Ellsworth Alvord, MD.

4/13/98 “Americans with Disabilities Act: Clinical Implications for Neuropsychologists” Denise Colley.

5/11/98 “Skepticism and Wonder: Observations of the Behavioral Kind-Peeling Back Another 5% of the Variance” Jeffrey Powell, PhD ABPP.

6/8/98 “The State of the Art or the Art of the State of Assessing Learning and Memory in Children” David Breiger, PhD.

1996-1997

  • President: Ray Parker, PhD ABPP
  • Vice President: Larry Majovski, PhD ABPP
  • Past President: Ken Zych, PhD ABPP
  • Treasurer: Molly Warner, PhD
  • Secretary: Betty Jones, PhD
  • Executive Administrative Officer: Jerry LeJeune, PhD

9/9/96 “Epilepsy: Clinical Manifestations and Overview” George Wambaugh, MD.

10/14/96 “Functional Approaches to Assessment and Remediation of Cognitive Deficits in Major Psychiatric Disorders” Richard Erickson, PhD.

11/11/96 “Ethical Issues in the Practice of Neuropsychology” Joseph Barber, PhD ABPH.

12/14/96 Annual Conference:

“Judging Motivation and Effort in Neuropsychological Assessment: Beyond Single Tests” Ralph Reitan, PhD.

“Opportunities for Evaluation of Effort and Motivation Presented By the Process of Assessment Itself With the Halstead-Reitan Battery” Ray Parker, PhD ABPP.

“Brief Review of Tests and Procedures in the Halstead-Reitan Battery” Ray Parker, PhD ABPP.

“Derivation and Computation of Consistency Indices and Dissimulation Index” Ray Parker, PhD ABPP.

“Application of Consistency Indices and Dissimulation Index to Additional Clinical Cases” Ralph Reitan, PhD and Ray Parker, PhD ABPP. Followed by Discussion and Questions.

1/13/97 “Adults and Children with Attention Deficit Disorders” Larry Majovski, PhD ABPP and James McKeever, PhD.

2/10/97 “The Neuropsychology of Bipolar and Major Affective Disorders” Dennis Kelly, PhD.

3/10/97 “Misperceptions/Mistaken Ideas: Myths in Neuropsychology” Carl Dodrill, PhD ABPP.

4/14/97 “Clinical Neuropsychology in Four Nations: Ecologies of Brain Illness and Neuropsychological Rehabilitation” Tedd Judd, PhD ABPP.

5/12/97 “Atypical Neuropsychological Patterns of Onset in Alzheimer’s” Mary Pepping, PhD.

6/9/97 “Childhood Autism” Alan Unis, MD.

1995-1996

  • President: Ken Zyck, PhD ABPP
  • Vice-President: Ray Parker, PhD ABPP
  • Past President: Jeffrey Powel, PhD ABPP
  • Treasurer: Molly Warner, PhD
  • Secretary: James McKeever, PhD
  • Executive Administrative Officer: Jerry LeJeune, PhD

9/11/95 “Neuropsychology From the Patient’s Point of View” Mary Lowe.

10/9/95 “EEG and Biofeedback” Norman Gustavson, PhD.

11/13/95 “Aging and Dementia” Richard Erickson, PhD.

12/9/95 Annual Conference:

“Neuropsychology of Everyday Life: Assessment and Basic Competencies” (Chaired by Kenneth Zych, PhD, ABPP).

“Ecological Validity of Testing of Cognitive and Affective Functioning in the Elderly” Linas Bieliauskas, PhD ABPP.

“The Ecological Validity of Executive Function Testing” Lloyd Cripe, PhD ABPP.

“Evaluating Job Performance: Kids at Work” Wendy Marlowe, PhD ABPP.

“Coloring Outside the Lines…AKA…So We Think We Know Neuropsychology” Kenneth Zych, PhD, ABPP.

1/8/96 “Guidelines for Providing Psychological Services” Jim McKeever, PhD and Jeff Powel, PhD, ABPP.

2/12/96 “Neuropsychology and Severe Mental Illness” Dennis Kelly, PhD.

3/11/96 “Providing Brain Injury Rehabilitation Services in a Changing Health Care Climate” Laura White, PhD.

4/8/96 “Case Presentations”

5/13/96 “Vision and Learning: Diagnosis and Treatment of Learning Related Visual Dysfunctions” Douglas Jeske, MD.

6/10/96 “Work Site Evaluation of Job Performance of the Neurologically Impaired” Ginger Hurt, MA, CRC and Patricia Youngman, MA CRC.

1994-1995

  • President: Jeff Powel, PhD ABPP
  • Vice President: Ken Zyck, PhD ABPP
  • Past President: Molly Warner, PhD
  • Treasurer: Molly Warner, PhD
  • Secretary: Jim McKeever, PhD
  • Program Chair: Jeff Powel, PhD ABPP
  • Executive Administrative Officer: Jerry LeJeune, PhD

9/12/94 “Psychopharmacology and Clinical Neuropsychology in Adults” David Wynn, MD., “New Pediatric Psychopharmacology: Specificity of Drug Action and Neuropsychological Function” Robert Reichler, MD.

10/10/94 “Motivation and Secondary Gain” Jeffrey Powel, PhD ABPP., “Secondary Gain:Yours or Mine” Nels Maggelsen, PsyD., and “Malingering: A Conceptual Muddle” Richard Erickson, PhD.

11/14/94 “Neuropsychological and Psychosocial Outcome in Head Injury” Sureyya Dikmen, PhD.

12/10/94 Annual Conference:

“Clinical Judgment: An Examination of Beliefs, Influence and Inference in Clinical Neuropsychology”(Chaired by Jeff Powel, PhD ABPP).

“Clinical Assessment and Decision Making: Comments and Suggestions” David Faust, PhD.

“Bias and Beliefs: Some Comments” Jeffrey Powel, PhD ABPP.

“Evaluating the Accuracy of Patient Self-reports of Mental Abilities: The Case of Memory” Carl Dodrill, PhD ABPP.

“Inferences, Influences, and Biases in Child Neuropsychological Assessment: Methodological and Epistomological Considerations” Larry Majovski, PhD ABPP.

“Mars and Mild head Injury: Lessons From Science Past” Lloyd Cripe, PhD ABPP.

1/9/95 “Ethics: Review of Professional Roles and Potential Conflicts and Associated Issues” Wendy Marlowe, PhD ABPP.

2/13/95 “Patterns of Neuropsychological Performance and SPECT in the Evaluation of Dementia” Mary Pepping, PhD.

3/13/95 “Bad Brains, Bad Guys” Fred Wise, PhD.

4/10/95 “Neuropsychological Evaluations for the Elderly: Assessment Issues and Recommendations” Paul Johnson, PhD., “The So What of Geriatric Neuropsychology: Resources in the Community” Mary Liz Chafee, RN.

5/8/95 “Neurobiology and Neuropsychology of Abused Substances: Implications for Neuropsychological Assessment” Stephen Glass, MD.

6/12/95 Roundtable discussion of articles moderated by Jeff Powel, PhD ABPP.

1993-1994

  • President: Molly Warner, PhD
  • Vice President: Jeffrey Powel, PhD ABPP
  • Past President: Carl Dodrill, PhD ABPP
  • Treasurer: Dennis Kelly, PhD
  • Secretary: Jim McKeever, PhD
  • Executive Administrative Officer: Jerry LeJeune, PhD

9/13/93 “Vocational Intervention with People with Brain Impairment” David Clemmons, PhD.

10/11/93 “Meningomyelocele and Hydrocephalus” Hillary Shurtleff, PhD.

11/8/93 “Ethics: Practice and Issues Currently Facing Neuropsychology” Larry Majovski, PhD ABPP.

12/11/93 Annual Conference: (Chaired by Molly Warner, PhD with Tom Green, PhD and Ellen Lehr, PhD as moderators): The Neuropsychology of Memory: Anatomy, Assessment, and Treatment.

“Structure and Organization of Memory” Larry Squire, PhD ABPP.

“Development and Rationale of the Learning and Memory Battery” James Schmidt, PhD.

“Neuropsychological Evaluation of the Older Adult: A Focus on Memory” Karen Sanders, PhD.

“Memory Assessment in Children: Critical Evaluation of the Wide Range Assessment of Memory and Learning” David Breiger, PhD.

“Intra-Operative Assessment of Cortical Mechanisms for Memory Functioning” George Ojemann, MD.

“Memory Dysfunction as Pain Behavior: Knee Deep in the Collective Symptom Pool” Jeffrey Powel, PhD ABPP.

“Treatment of Acquired Memory Disorders” Sarah Raskind, PhD. Panel Discussion chaired by Larry Squire, PhD ABPP.

1/10/94 “Some Aspects of Neuroanatomy and Neuropathology Related to Neuropsychology” Ellsworth Alvord, MD.

2/14/94 “Brain Morphological Differences in Developmental Disorders” Margaret Simrud-Clikeman, PhD., “Electrical Evidence of CNS Dysfunction in Children with Learning Disorders” Audrey Mattson, PhD.

3/14/94 “Assessment of Gifted Children” Linda Weimer, PhD., “Assessment of Severely Impaired Children”Betty Jones, PhD.

4/11/94 “Current Issues in Neuropsychology” Coordinated by Molly Warner, PhD.

5/9/94 “Neurobiology and Neuropsychology of Abused Substances: Implications for Neuropsychological Assessment” Tony Strickland, PhD ABPN.

6/13/94 “Neuro-Opthamology: It’s Use and Abuse in Psychological Assessment” Craig Smith, MD., “Vision Therapy: Fact and Fiction” Karen Preston, OD.

1992-1993

  • President: Carl Dodrill, PhD ABPP
  • Vice-President: Molly Warner, PhD
  • Past President: Lloyd Cripe, PhD ABPP
  • Treasurer: Dennis Kelly, PhD
  • Secretary: Jim McKeever, PhD
  • Program Chair: Jeff Powel, PhD ABPP
  • Executive Administrative Officer: Jerry LeJeune, PhD

9/14/92 “Norms for Neuropsycholgical Assessment: An Update” Carl Dodrill, PhD ABPP., “Developmental Context and Normality” Jim McKeever, PhD.

1012/92 “Assessing the Non-English Speaking Client” Tedd Judd, PhD ABPP.

11/9/92 “Cultural Influences in Clinical Neuropsycholgical Assessment” Wendy Marlowe, PhD ABPP.

12/5/92 Annual Conference: (Chaired by Carl Dodrill, PhD ABPP and Jeffrey Powel, PhD ABPP): Northwest Neuropsychology Now:

“Professional and Ethical Issues in the Legal Arena” Hans Doerr, PhD.

“Contemporary Neuropsychology: Myths, Magic, and Myopia” Carl Dodrill, PhD ABPP. (Chaired by Wendy Marlowe, PhD ABPP).

“Producing Meaningful Neuropsychological Reports: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” Kenneth Zych, PhD ABPP.

“Strategies for the Assessment of Alleged Deficits” Loren Pankratz, PhD.

“Assessment of the Validity of Neuropsycholgical Performance” Larry Binder, PhD ABPP. (Chaired by Molly Warner, PhD).

“Post-Doctoral Training in Clinical Neuropsychology” Diane Howieson, PhD ABPP.

“Board Certification in Neuropsychology: Current Procedures and Objectives” Lloyd Cripe PhD ABPP. (Chaired by Brenda Townes, PhD ABPP).

“Cognitive Rehabilitation: Fact or Fiction?” Catherine Mateer, PhD ABPP.

“Cognitive Rehabilitation and the Spotted Owl: Dissociative Thoughts on Rehabilitation Resource Management” David Fordyce, PhD (Chaired by Judy Skenazy, PhD).

“Employment Following Traumatic head Injury” Sureyya Dikmen, PhD.

“Patterns of Neuropsychological Assessment and SPECT in the Evaluation of Memory Disorders”Mary Pepping, PhD.

“Cognitive Risk Factors in Neuropsychological Performance in Early HIV Infection” Keith Claypoole, PhD (C by Frank Spellacy, PhD ABPP).

1/11/93 “New Tests in Clinical Practice: A Review” Molly Warner, PhD.

2/8/93 “Forensics: Describing Brain Injury to a Jury” Richard Adler, JD., “Forensics: An Injury in Context”Donald Murray, JD (moderated by Jeff Powel, PhD ABPP).

3/8/93 “Cognitive Rehabilitation in a Post-Acute, Interdisciplinary Setting” Judith Skenazy, PhD., “Psychosocial Consequences of Significant Brain Injury” Mary Pepping, PhD.

4/12/93 “Ethical Dilemmas in Clinical Neuropsychology” Diane Howieson, PhD ABPP.

5/10/93 “Behavioral Neurology and the Dementias: Cortical vs. Subcortical” Frederick Flynn, MD.

6/14/93 “Neuropsychology Readings” Coordinated by Carl Dodrill, PhD ABPP.

1991-1992

  • President: Lloyd Cripe, PhD ABPP
  • Vice-President: Carl Dodrill, PhD ABPP
  • Past President: Wendy Marlowe, PhD ABPP
  • Treasurer: Catherine Mateer, PhD ABPP
  • Secretary: Ray Parker, PhD ABPP
  • Executive Administrative Officer: Jerry LeJeune, PhD

9/9/91 “How Chronic Pain, Depression, Stress Disorders, and Peripheral Sensory/Motor Deficits May Influence Neuropsychological Test Performance and Interfere with a Clear Understanding of the Effects Of Neuropathology on Behavior” (Case and Literature Discussion).

10/14/91 “The Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Some Paradoxes for Exploration” Ann Streisguth,PhD.

11/11/91 “Discussion of the Effects of Motivation on Neuropsychological Test Performances” Discussion facilitated by Lloyd Cripe, PhD ABPP.

12/7/91 Annual Conference: (Chaired by Jeffrey Powel, PhD ABPP): Problems and Possibilities in Clinical Neuropsychology.

“Presidential Address: What’s Wrong with Clinical Neuropsychology?” Lloyd Cripe, PhD ABPP.

“Limits of Neuropsychology” Michael Shore, PhD.

“Developing Issues in Child Neuropsychology” Wendy Marlowe, PhD ABPP.

“Current Trends and Projections for the Future in Neuropsychology” Louis Costa, PhD ABPP (followed by moderated discussion by all presenters).

1/13/92 Discussion of PNNS procedures facilitated by Jeffrey Powel, PhD ABPP.

2/10/92 “The Interpersonal and Psychodynamics of Neuropsychological Assessment: What Really Goes on During Testing?” Nels Magelssen, PsyD (Jerry LeJeune discussed the INS Meeting).

3/9/92 “Resistance and Transference in the Test Situation” Nels Magelssen, PsyD.

4/13/92 “Interesting Neuropsych Articles and How to Keep Up with the Literature” Lloyd Cripe, PhD ABPP also presented on resources helpful in staying current with the neuropsychological literature.

5/11/92 “Use of the Standard and Superselective Intercarotid Amytal Procedures for the Evaluation of Speech and Memory” Carl Dodrill, PhD ABPP and Molly Warner, PhD.

6/8/92 “A Discussion of Professional Issues in Neuropsychology: The Future of Clinical Practice, Third Party Reimbursement for Services, etc.” Discussion.

1990-1991

  • President: Wendy Marlowe, PhD ABPP
  • Vice President: Lloyd Cripe, PhD ABPP
  • Past President: Catherine Mateer, PhD ABPP
  • Treasurer: Ken Zych, PhD ABPP
  • Secretary: Ray Parker, PhD ABPP
  • Executive Administrative Officer: Jerry LeJeune, PhD

9/10/90 “Early Neuropsychological Manifestations of HIV Seropositivity” Keith Claypool, PhD.

10/8/90 “Psychological Assessment Versus Psychological Testing” Discussion of the article by Joeseph Matarazzo in the American Psychologist, (1990), Vol. 45, 999-1017. Discussion facilitated by Jerry LeJeune, PhD.

11/12/90 Case presentation by Wendy Marlowe, PhD ABPP involving longitudinal neuropsychological test scores on a child injured by a lawn dart.

12/1/90 Annual Conference: Memory Disorders: Theory, Assessment, and Treatment (Chaired by Jeffrey Powel, PhD ABPP).

“Memory Disorders Associated with Amnesia and Dementia” Nelson Butters, PhD ABPP.

“Symptom Elaboration of Memory Disorders” Wendy Marlowe, PhD ABPP.

“What do Memory Tests Measure” James Maxwell, PhD.

“Self Reported Memory in Post Concussion Patients: An Issue of Suffering” Jay Uomoto, PhD.

“Clinical Issues: When is a Memory Complaint Not a Memory Disorder” Moderated discussion by Nelson Butters, PhD ABPP, Wendy Marlowe, PhD ABPP, James Maxwell, PhD, and Jay Uomoto, PhD.

“Pharmacologic Treatment of Memory Complaints After a Head Injury” Alvin McLean, PhD.

“Prospective Memory: Assessment and Treatment” McKay Moore Sohlberg, PhD and Catherine Mateer, PhD ABPP.

“A Novel Brief Screening Battery for Detecting Neuropsychological Impairments in Young Alcohol Abusers” E. Thatcher Beaty, PhD.

“An Investigation of the Relationship Between Self-report of Memory Functioning and Memory Test Performance” Kenneth Zych, PhD ABPP.

“Patient Inconsistency in the Report of Changes in Memory” Carl Dodrill, PhD ABPP and Lawrence Batzel, MSW.

“Episodic and Selective Memory Impairments with Normal Memory Test Results: Selected Cases”Tedd Judd, PhD ABPP.

“How Do You Know You Can’t Remember?: Discrepancies Between Memory Complaints and Test Performance” Moderated discussion by E. Thatcher Beaty, PhD, Nelson Butters, PhD ABPP, Carl Dodrill, PhD ABPP, Tedd Judd, PhD ABPP, Kenneth Zych, PhD ABPP.

Closing Remarks by Nelson Butters, PhD ABPP.

1/14/91 “Wide Range Assessment of Memory and Learning” Molly Warner, PhD and Ken Zych PhD ABPP.

2/11/91 “Towards an International Neuropsychology: A Public Health Perspective” Tedd Judd, PhD ABPP with Linda Rosenstock, MD as discussant.

3/11/91 “Should any Psychologist be Able to Call Themselves a Neuropsychologist or State that They do Neuropsychological Testing Prior to ABCN/ABPP Board Certification” Steve Morton, PhD.

4/8/91 “Neuropsychology: The Consumer’s Perspective” Bill Nodell and Deron Wallace.

5/13/91 “Left Hand Apraxia and Disconnection Syndromes in a Patient with an Unknown Right Hemisphere Lesion: A Case” James Maxwell, PhD.

6/10/91 “The Determination of Etiology and Causation from Neuropsycholgical Tests” Loyd Cripe PhD ABPP and Jeff Powel, PhD ABPP.

2009-2010

  • Co-Presidents: David Clemmons, PhD Betty Jones, PhD
  • Past President: Wendy Marlowe, PhD, ABPP
  • Treasurer: Molly Warner, PhD, ABPP
  • Secretary: Brad Powell, PhD
  • Associate Member Representative: Kathryn Reid, MA, CRC, CCM

9/08/09 “Neuropsychological Issues in Sport-Related Concussion” David Coppel, PhD, Department of Neurological Surgery, University of Washington Medical School Seattle, WA.

11/09/09 “Sleep and its Impact on Cognitive Function” Ghandis Mazeika, MD, Medical Director, Sleep Medicine Northwest, Seattle, WA.

1/11/10 “Guardianship-Related Neuropsychological Examinations: A Practical Guide” Steve Meharg, PhD.

3/06/10 23rd Annual Conference:

“Cognitive & Emotional Aspects of Cerebellar Function and Dysfunction” Jeremy Dan Schmahmann, MD, Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA – View Articles.

“The Immature Cerebellum: How Lesions Change Movement, Cognition, and Affect” Maureen Dennis, PhD, ABPP, Department of Psychology & Research Institute, The Hospital for Sick Children.

 

5/10/10 “Normal Variability On Neuropsychological Test Performance” Larry Binder, PhD, ABPP-CN, Private Practice, Beaverton, OR – View Article.

2008-2009

  • President: Wendy Marlowe, PhD, ABPP
  • Past President: Larry Knauss, PhD
  • Treasurer: Molly Warner, PhD, ABPP
  • Secretary: Brad Powell, PhD
  • Associate Member Representative: Kathryn Reid, MA, CRC, CCM

9/08/09 “Normal and Pathological Aging” Marnee Milner, PhD, J.D., Private Practice, Seattle, WA.

11/10/08 “How to Stay Out of Trouble with Everyone: Current Issues in Law and Ethics” Steven Feldman, PhD, J.D. Seattle Psychological Services, Seattle, WA.

1/12/09 “Update on ADHD in Childhood and Adulthood” James McKeever, PhD, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Seattle WA.

3/07/09 Annual Conference: Executive Functions: New Advances in Theory and Practice:

“A Challenging Look at “Executive Functions” and the Frontal Lobes: Anything New after Thirty Years of Research?” Donald Stuss, PhD, ABPP/ABCN, Director, Rotman Research Center, Professor of Psychology & Medicine (Neurology), University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

“Facilitating Development of Self-Regulation/Executive Functions and Associated Sense of Personal Identity in Children and Young Adults: Part I and Part II” Mark Ylvisaker, PhD, Professor of Communication Sciences & Disorders, College of Saint Rose, Albany, New York.

 

5/11/09 “Chronic Pain and Neuropsychology: Update” David Fordyce, PhD, Rehabilitation Institute of Washington, Seattle, WA.

2007-2008

  • President: Larry Knauss, PhD
  • Vice President: Wendy Marlowe, PhD, ABPP
  • Past President: Monique Cherrier, PhD
  • Treasurer: Molly Warner, PhD, ABPP
  • Secretary: Brad Powell, PhD
  • Associate Member Representative: Kathryn Reid, MA, CRC, CCM

9/10/07 “Re-examining the Core Deficits of Autism Carrie Sheppard, M.Ed., LMHC, Private Practice – The Mindsource Center, Covington, WA.

10/8/07 “Tough Ethical Questions – What Every Neuropsychologist Should Know” G. Andrew Benjamin, JD, PhD, APA Parliamentarian, Affiliate Prof of Law, Univ of WA, Dir, Parenting Eval/Trng Program (PETP), Seattle, WA.

11/12/07 “Grand Rounds: Case Presentations” David Clemmons, PhD, Harborview Medical Center, Seattle, WA.

12/10/07 “Identification of Traumatic Brain Injury in Iraq Soldiers” Fred Flynn, D.O., COL (Ret) & Kenneth Zych, PhD, ABPP, COL (Ret), Traumatic Brain Injury Program, Madigan Army Medical Center, Ft. Lewis, WA.

1/14/08 “Long-term Followup of Pediatric Neuropsychological Cases: Where Are They Now?” Molly Warner, PhD, Seattle Children’s Hospital; Betty Jones, PhD, Private Practice, Bellevue; & David Clemmons, PhD, Harborview Medical Center.

2/11/08 “What Brain SPECT Imaging Can Tell Clinicians and Patients (That Cannot Be Obtained Through History, Mental Status Examinations, Physical Examinations or Neuropsychological Testing)” Anthony Andrew Bottone, MD, Amen Clinic, Tacoma, WA.

3/8/08 Annual Conference: Current & Forensic Neuropsychology:

Assessment of Suboptimal Effort and Malingering.

Is Suboptimal Effort Always Malingering?

Questions and Discussion: Effort and Malingering.

“Issues Surrounding Release of Raw Data and Psychological Test Materials MRI, MR Spectroscopy and Functional MRI in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders” Roger Gervais, Ph.D., Neurobehavioural Associates, Edmonton AB; Paul Kaufmann, J.D., Ph.D., ABPP-CN, University of Nebraska; Carl Dodrill, Ph.D./ABPP-CN, University of Washington; & Susan Astley, Ph.D., University of Washington.

 

4/14/08 “The 2007 Traumatic Brain Injury Act and HB 2055” Laura Dahmer-White, PhD, Member, WA State TBI Advisory Council, Private Practice, Olympia, WA.

5/12/08 “Screening for the Dementias” Soo Borson, MD, Director, Memory Disorders Clinic, University of Washington Medical School, Seattle, WA.

6/9/08 “Neuropsychology In Very Rural Areas: A Consumer’s Perspective” Mary Wegman, PhD.

2006-2007

  • President: Monique Cherrier, PhD
  • Vice-President: Larry Knauss, PhD
  • Past President: Jeff Shaw, PsyD
  • Treasurer: Molly Warner, PhD, ABPP
  • Secretary: Brad Powell, PhD
  • Associate Member Representative: Kathryn Reid, MA, CRC, CCM

9/11/06 “From Genes To Behavior: How electrophysiological studies can provide insight into autism and other disorders” Sara Jane Webb, PhD, Research Asst Prof, Dept of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Univ of WA; Director of Psychophysiology Lab, Center on Human Dev & Disabilities, UW Autism Center.

10/9/06 “Providing Driving Recommendations to Older Adults and Patients with Dementia” Mark Reger, PhD, Department of Psychology, Madigan Army Medical Center, Tacoma, WA.

11/13/06 “Nicotinic Agonists for Cognitive Deficits in Schizophrenia: A Case Report” Annette Kennedy, PsyD, Seattle Inst of Biomedical & Clinical Research, Mental Illness Research Educ & Clin Ctr, (MIRECC) & Model Schizophrenia Program, VA Puget Sound Health Care System, American Lake Division, Tacoma, WA.

12/11/06 “The Impact of Extra-Test Variables on Ecological Validity Research” Naomi Chaytor, PhD, Department of Neurology, Harborview Medical Center, Seattle, WA.

1/8/07 “The Independent and Combined Effects of Estradiol and Cortisol on Cognition for Healthy Postmenopausal Women” Laura Baker, PhD, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Medicine, Div of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

2/12/07 Cancelled Due to INS Conference in Portland.

3/3/07 Annual Conference: THE GREMLINS OF NEUROPSYCHOLOGY:

“Suboptimal Effort in Neuropsychological Evaluation” Mary Pepping, Ph.D., ABPP-CN.

“Effects of Psychological Stress & PTSD Symptoms on Cognition” Larry Knauss, Ph.D.

“Pain & Pain Medications: How They Impact Cognition & Daily Living” Monique Cherrier, Ph.D.

 

4/9/07 “Cerebellar Affective Syndrome: Expanding OurThinking About The Cerebellum” Anita Blair, PsyD, Private Practice, Richland, WA.

6/11/07 “Ethics in Forensic Neuropsychology: Lessons Learned” Christopher Graver, PhD, Neuropsychology Clinic, Western State Hospital, Tacoma, WA.

2005-2006

  • President: Jeff Shaw, PsyD
  • Vice-President: Monique Cherrier, PhD
  • Past President: Paul Connor, PhD
  • Treasurer: Molly Warner, PhD, ABPP
  • Secretary: Brad Powell, PhD
  • Associate Member Representative: Kathryn Reid, MA, CRC, CCM

9/12/05 “Pharmacologic Manipulation of Dopamine” Alida Griffith, MD (Neurology), Medical Dir, Booth Gardner Parkinson’s Care Center.

10/10/05 “Symptom Validity Testing Update & Discussion” Daniel Drane, PhD, ABPP (CN), Asst Professor of Neurology; Dir, Neuropsychology Laboratory, UW Regional Epilepsy Center, Harborview Medical Center.

11/14/05 “Pediatric Hearing Loss and Neurodevelopment” Susan Sidman, M.Ed., Mental Health Therapist/Assessment Specialist for Children with Hearing Loss; Children’s Hospital & Regional Medical Center.

12/12/05 “Interpersonal Diagnosis & Functioning After Acquired Brain Injury” Jay Uomoto, PhD, Dir, Clinical Training, Dept of Graduate Psychology, Seattle Pacific University.

1/9/06 “The Increasing Complexity of Dementia: Causes and Treatment” James B. Leverenz, M.D., Associate Professor, Neurology, Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Univ of Washington.

2/13/06 “Neuropsychological Billing & Managed Care: Practical & Ethical Issues” Mary Pepping, PhD, Clin Dir, Neuro-Rehab Program, Univ of Washington.

3/4/06 Annual Conference:

“Neuropsychological Factors Associated with Traumatically Induced Injuries: Evaluation & Treatment for Victims of Combat, Terrorism & Natural Disasters” Carl Dodrill, PhD, ABPP; Dennis Kelly, PhD; Laurence Binder, PhD, ABPP; Lori Zoellner, PhD.

“What Constitutes Neuropsychological Data, and How are these Data to be Interpreted?” Carl Dodrill, PhD, ABPP.

“Traumatic Brain Injury in Combat and Assault Contexts” Dennis Kelly, PhD.

“Neurotoxicity or Medically Unexplained Illnesses?” Laurence Binder, PhD, ABPP.

 

4/10/06 “Treatment of Memory Impairments” Martha Glisky, PhD ,Private Practice, Bellevue, WA.

5/8/06 “Vocational Outcomes of State Vocational Rehabilitation Clients with Traumatic Brain Injury: How Important are Neuropsychological Data?” Brick Johnstone, PhD, ABPP , Professor & Chair, Dept of Health Psychology, Univ of Missouri–Columbia School of Medicine.

6/12/06 “A Case of Delirium in an Opiate-Substitution Program:  Charles Meredith, MD,PGY-5 Clinical Fellow, Addiction Psychiatry, VA Puget Sound Healthcare System.

2004-2005

  • President: Paul Connor, PhD
  • Vice-President: Jeff Shaw, PsyD
  • Past President: Hillary Shurtleff, PhD, ABPP
  • Treasurer: Molly Warner, PhD, ABPP
  • Secretary: Brad Powell, PhD
  • Associate Member Representative: Kathryn Reid, MA, CRC, CCM

9/13/04 “Professional Issues Facing Psychologists in Washington State” James E, McKeever, PhD. President, WSPA & Lucy Homans, EdD, Director of Professional Affairs, WSPA.

10/11/04 “Brain Correlates of Mental Effort” Roderick Mahurin, Ph.D. University of Washington, Department of Radiology.

11/8/04 “Ecological Validity” Wendy Marlowe, Ph.D., ABPP, Independent.

12/13/04 “Shhh… Can’t you see I am TRYING to get to Sleep: Tales in the Land of Insomnia” Antonietta Russo, Ph.D. Intermountain Health Care, Salt Lake City, UT.

1/10/05 “Giftedness for the Neuropsychologist” Nancy Robinson, Ph.D. University of Washington, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.

2/14/05 “New Evidence for Non-Motor Functions of the Cerebellum” Lawrence Parsons, Ph.D. University of Sheffield, Department of Psychology, Professor of Cognitive Neurosciences.

3/5/05 Annual Conference:

Trauma, Teratogen, Genes and Learning Disabilities: Early Childhood Disorders Grow Up–Childhood Traumatic Brain Injury.

“Adolescent and Adult Outcomes in Learning and Attention Disorders: Research Findings and Practical Strategies for Success” Nora Thompson, Ph.D. & Cindy Dupuy, Ph.D.

“Neuropsychological Outcomes of Traumatic Brain Injury In Infancy and Early Childhood” Keith Yeates, PhD.

“Fragile X: Lessons from Aging” Randi Hagerman, M.D.

 

5/9/05 “Diagnostics and Biomedical Treatment: Holy Grail and Sword?: An Alternative Point Of View” Charles Huffine, M.D., King County Mental Health, Chemical Abuse and Dependency.

6/13/05 “The Role of Psychology in Deep Brain Stimulation and Other Neuro-restorative Surgeries” Jeff Shaw, Psy.D. Evergreen Health Care.

2003-2004

  • President: Hillary Shurtleff, PhD, ABPP
  • Vice-President: Paul Connor, PhD
  • Past President: Dennis Kelly, PhD
  • Treasurer: Molly Warner, PhD, ABPP
  • Secretary: Brad Powell, PhD
  • Associate Member Representative: Kathryn Reid, MA, CRC, CCM

9/8/03 “Frontal Contributions to Memory Encoding Before and After Unilateral Medial Temporal Lobectomy”Jeff Ojemann, MD.

10/13/03 “Functional MRI Studies of Dyslexia and Good Reading in Children” Elizabeth Aylward, PhD & Ginger Berninger, PhD.

11/10/03 “Pharmacology Evening: An Update On The Neuropsychological Aspects of Commonly Used Medications in Psychiatry, Epilepsy, and Geriatrics” Steve Sulzbacher, PhD; Carl Dodrill, PhD, ABPP; Karen Sanders, PhD; & William Solan, MD.

“Cognitive and Behavioral Effects of Anti-Epilepsy Drugs: Old & New” Carl B. Dodrill, PhD, ABPP.

“Prescription Privileges for Psychologists” Steve Sulzbacher, PhD.

“Treatments for Cognitive Impairment in the Older Adult” William Solan, MD, Karen Sanders, PhD.

12/08/03 “Lewy Body Disease and Frontal Lobe Dementia” Monique Cherrier, PhD.

1/12/04 “A Review of the Neural Basis of Social and Emotional Function” Audrey Mattson, PhD, ABPP.

2/09/04 “Mitochondrial Disease: Can Bioenergetic Disorders be Involved in Psychiatric Disorders?” Russell Saneto, DO.

3/06/04 Annual Conference:

“Aspects of Attention” Lawrence Parsons, Ph.D.; Marcio Sotero de Menezes, M.D.; Wendy Marlowe, Ph.D., ABPP; Theodore Mandelkorn, M.D.; Jon “Jack” McClellan, M.D.; James McPartland, M.S.; Samuel Zinner, M.D.

“Differential Diagnoses of Attention Disorders: Behavioral Manifestations and Confusions” Wendy Marlowe, Ph.D., ABPP.

“Lewy Body Dementia” Monique Cherrier, PhD.

“Interventions for Adults and Children with Attentional Difficulties” Catherine A. Mateer, PhD, ABPP/CN.

“Neglect and Attention….or, How the Cavemen’s Brain Helped Him Club the Boars!” Marcio A. Sotero de Menezes, MD.

“Medication Management: ADHD” Samuel H. Zinner, MD.

 

4/12/04 “Aspects of Neurogenesis: Lessons From Childhood Cancer and Adult Impact Injury” Stan Whitsett, PhD & Ramona Hicks, PhD.

5/10/04 “Ethical Issues in Neuropsychology” John Ernst, PhD, ABPP & Raymond Parker, PhD, ABPP.

6/14/04 “fMRI Studies in Patients with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders” Paul Connor, PhD.

2002-2003

  • President: Dennis Kelly, PhD
  • Vice-President: Hillary Shurtleff, PhD, ABPP
  • Past President: John Ernst, PhD ABPP
  • Treasurer: Molly Warner, PhD
  • Secretary: Majid Azzedine, PhD
  • Associate Member Representative: Amy Summers, PhD

9/9/02 “Competency, Insanity, & Diminished Capacity” Bruce Gage, MD.

10/14/02 “Update on Sports Concussion Injuries” Dave Coppel, PhD.

11/11/02 “Gulf War Syndrome” Dennis Kelly, PhD.

12/9/02 “Genetic Counseling in Neurological Disorders” Sarah Bradford, MS.

1/13/03 “Emotional Concomitants of Seizure Disorders” Dan Drane, PhD.

2/10/03 “Employment Outcomes and New Advances in Brain Injury Vocational Rehabilitation” Bob Fraser, PhD & Dave Clemmons, PhD.

3/15/03 Annual Conference:

“Neurobiology of Child Abuse” Martin Teicher, MD, PhD.

4/14/03 “New Frontiers in the Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Neurodegenerative Disorders”Suzanne Craft, PhD.

5/12/03 “Update on Executive Function Assessment” Tedd Judd, PhD.

6/9/03 “Ethics Update for Neuropsychologists” G. Andrew Benjamin, JD, PhD.

2001-2002

  • President: John Ernst, PhD ABPP
  • Vice-President: Dennis Kelly, PhD
  • Past President: Brad Powell, PhD
  • Treasurer: Molly Warner, PhD
  • Secretary: Majid Azzedine, PhD
  • Associate Member Representative: Amy Summers, PhD

9/10/01 “Neuropsychotherapy: Training Psychotherapists to Work with People with Brain Injuries” Tedd Judd, PhD ABPP.

10/8/01 “A.R. Luria: Clinical Relevance To Neuropsychology Practice – 2001” Larry Majovski, PhD, ABPP.

11/12/01 “Pediatric Epilepsy: Neuropsychological Considerations” Hillary Shurtleff, PhD ABPP.

12/10/01 “Update on Cognitive Rehabilitation” Mary Pepping, PhD.

1/14/02 “HIV Associated Cognitive Impairment” Andrew Elliott, MD, MPH.

2/11/02 “Sugar on the Brain, or the Cognitive Effects of Diabetes” G. Stennis Watson, PhD.

3/9/02 Annual Conference:

“Structural, Functional, & 3-Dimensional Neuroimaging in Evaluating Traumatic Brain Injury: Relationship With Neuropsychological Outcome” Erin Bigler, PhD, ABPP.

4/8/02 “Daubert and Mild Traumatic Brain” Allan Posthuma, PhD, ABPP.

5/13/02 “Cultural Competence in Neuropsychological Assessment: Ethical Issues” Wendy Marlowe, PhD, ABPP.

6/10/02 “The Pharmacological Management of Memory Disorders” Gandis Mazeika, MD.

2000-2001

  • President: Brad Powell, PhD
  • Vice-President: John Ernst, PhD ABPP
  • Past President: David Breiger, PhD
  • Treasurer: Molly Warner, PhD
  • Secretary: Majid Azzedine, PhD
  • Associate Member Representative: Amy Summers, PhD
  • Executive Administrative Officer: Jerry LeJeune, PhD

9/11/00 “Handedness, Footedness, and Brain Organization” Carl Dodrill, PhD ABPP.

10/9/00 “A Panel Review of New Neuropsychological Instruments: Interference Learning Test, Frontal Lobe Personality Test, and Test of Memory Malingering” Lloyd Cripe PhD ABPP, Tedd Judd PhD, ABPP, and Brad Powell, PhD.

11/13/00 “Journal Club: Ethics and Professional Practice: Disclosure of Tests and Raw Data to the Courts, Neuropsychology Review, Vol. 10, # 3, Sept. 2000, p. 169-182” Ray Parker PhD ABPP.

12/11/00 “Neurobehavioral Aspects of Surgical Intervention in Parkinson’s Disease” Alex Troster, PhD.

1/8/01 “Current State and National Legislative Agendas Affecting Neuropsychology” Lucy Homans, EdD.

1/12/01 “Behavioral Neurology and the Assessment of Executive Disorders” Fred Flynn, DO.

3/12/01 “Sleep Disorders” Dennis Kelly, PhD.

4/9/01 “Recent Advances in Neurology” George Wambaugh, MD.

5/12/01 Annual Conference:

“Neural Systems Supporting Language: Medial Frontal and Subcortical Structures” Bruce Crosson, PhD ABPP.

6/11/01 “Hormones and Cognitive Functioning: Latest Findings and New Areas of Inquiry” Monique Cherrier, PhD.

2017-2018

  • President – Laura Dahmer-White, PhD
  • Past President – Alan Breen, PhD
  • Secretary & Webmaster- Brad Powell, PhD
  • Treasurer – Molly Warner, PhD, ABPP
  • Associate Member Representative – Donna Dwyer-O’Connor, CSP

09/11/2017   “Therapy With Children With Neurodevelopmental Difficulties and Their Families” Audrey Don, PhD
Private Practice Tacoma, WA

11/13/2017    “Brain-Computer and Brain-Music Interfaces: Biofeedback and Rehabilitative PotentialVirginia” Mason Medical Center Thomas Deuel, MD, PhDStaff Neurologist, Swedish Medical Center Acting Asst Prof, Center for Digital Arts & Experimental Media University of Washington Seattle, WA  A musical instrument that’s making (brain) waves

 

01/08/2018  “Depression in Traumatic Brain Injury Virginia Mason Medical Center” Charles Bombardier, PhD
University of WA, Dept of Rehab Medicine,Seattle, WA

 

03/03/2018  “Methods of Inference and Advances in Clinical Neuropsychological Assessment”
David Schretlen, PhD, ABPP Professor of Psychiatry and Radiology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Baltimore, MD View Presentation Slides

“Feedback That Sticks: The Art of Communicating Neuropsychology with Patients, Colleagues and the Courts”
View Presentation Slides UW Faculty Club Karen Postal, PhD, ABPPClinical Instructor, Harvard Medical School
Boston, MA President, American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology

05/14/2018  “Somatoform and Functional Disorders–Conceptual Insights to Support Identification and Management” Elizabeth
Ziegler, PhD Independent Practice,Spokane, WA Virginia Mason Medical Center Seattle Children’s Hospital

 

2016-2017

  • President – Alan Breen, PhD
  • Past President – Erica Brandling-Bennett, PhD, ABPP
  • Secretary & Webmaster- Brad Powell, PhD
  • Treasurer – Molly Warner, PhD, ABPP
  • Associate Member Representative – Donna Dwyer-O’Connor, CSP

09/12/2016  “Neurobiology of Human Language, Recent Memory and Learning:  a Perspective From Awake Neurosurgery”. George Ojemann, MD, Professor Emeritus of Neurological Surgery, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, WA

11/14/2016 “Treatment Resistant Anxiety:  Definition, Risk Factors and Treatment Challenges. Peter Roy-Byrne, MD.  Professor Emeritus, Dept of Psychiatry, University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, WA

01/09/2017 Managing the Working Relationship with the Attorney When Conducting Forensic Evaluations.  Michael Filipovic, Federal Public Defender, Western Dist of WA, Seattle, WA

03/25/2017 30th Annual PNNS Conference:  “Applied Neuropsychology: A Bright Past,  a Brighter Future”David Faust, PhD. Professor, Dept of Psychology, & Fellow, Ryan Institute for Neurosciences, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI

05/08/2017  Determining Medication Treatment Response in ADHD:  Does Neuropsychological Impairment Matter?  James B. Hale, PhD, MEd, ABPdN, Center for Teaching Brain Literacy, Olympia, WA

2015-2016

  • President – Erica Brandling-Bennett, PhD, ABPP
  • Past President – Karen Sanders, PhD, ABPP
  • Secretary & Webmaster- Brad Powell, PhD
  • Treasurer – Molly Warner, PhD, ABPP
  • Associate Member Representative – Donna Dwyer-O’Connor, CSP

09/21/2015 “Impact of Cancer and Cancer Related Treatments on Cognition”. Monique Cherrier, Ph.D. Research Associate Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, School of Medicine; Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

11/09/2015 “Advancements In The Detection of Neurodegenerative Disorders”. Emily Trittschuh, Ph.D. Asst. Professor, Univ of WA; VA Puget Sound Health Care System, Seattle, WA

01/11/2016 “Pituitary Dysfunction Following Blast-related mTBI”. Katie Pagulayan, Ph.D. VA Puget Sound- Seattle Division; Assistant Professor, University of Washington, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

03/05/2016 29th Annual PNNS Conference:

“Complexities in the Assessment and Treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury”.Jacobus Donders, PhD, ABPP. Chief Psychologist, Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital, 235 Wealthy, S.E., Grand Rapids, MI

“Cross-Cultural Factors that Influence the Interpretation of Neuropsychological Testing Data”.Desiree Byrd, PhD, ABPP. Assistant Professor, Neurology & Psychiatry, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, NY

05/09/2016  “Effective Interventions for Dementia: Lessons From Montessori and Neuroscience”. Cameron J. Camp, Ph.D. Director of Research, Center for Applied Research in Dementia, Solon, OH

2014-2015

  • President – Karen Sanders, PhD, ABPP
  • Past President – Nora Thompson, PhD, ABPP
  • Secretary & Webmaster- Brad Powell, PhD
  • Treasurer – Molly Warner, PhD, ABPP
  • Associate Member Representative – Tom Erickson, MA, CSP, NCC, LMHC

9/08/14 “Contemplative Neurobiology and Brain Remodeling”.John S. Wendt, M.D., Federal Way Neurology & Headache Clinic, Federal Way, WA

11/10/14 Common Sleep Problems in Pediatric Neuropsychology: Impact and Assessment”. Dean Beebe, PhD, ABPP, Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
& University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, Cincinnaati, OH

1/12/15 “Supervision and Mentoring in Clinical Neuropsychology. Bernice A. Marcopulos, PhD, ABPP-CN, Assoc Prof, Dept. of Grad Psychology, James Madison University; Assoc Prof, Psychiatry & Neurobehavioral Sciences, Univ of Virginia School of Medicine

3/07/15 28th Annual Conference:

“Executive Functioning Research In Children” (Part I)“Executive Functioning Research In Children” (Part II)Adele Diamond, PhD, FRSC, Professor of Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, Dept. of Psychiatry, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada

“Research In Vascular Contributions to Cognition”Adam Brickman, PhD, Assistant Professor of Neuropsychology, The Taub Institute for Research on Alzheimer’s Disease and the Aging Brain, Columbia University Medical Center, New York, NY

5/11/15 “Seven Common Flaws and Ethical Considerations in Forensic Neuropsychological Reports”.  Kyle Brauer Boone, PhD, ABPP-CN, Professor, California School of Forensic Studies,, Alliant International University,
Alhambra, CA

2013-2014

  • President – Nora Thompson, PhD, ABPP
  • Past President -Steve Meharg, PhD, ABN
  • Secretary & Webmaster- Brad Powell, PhD
  • Treasurer – Molly Warner, PhD, ABPP
  • Associate Member Representative – Tom Erickson, MA, CSP, NCC, LMHC

9/09/13 “Informed Consent, Capacity Determination, and Other Legal Issues Concerning Individuals Who Experience Disabilities”William Dussault, Dussault Law Group, Seattle, WA

11/11/13 Assessing Effort in Neuropsychological Evaluations: Can Clinical Referrals Generate Forensic Reports?. Paul Kaufmann, JD, PhD, ABPP-CNPracticing Attorney, Eugene, OR

1/13/14 “Advances in Brain Mapping in Patients Undergoing Neurosurgery”. Jeff Ojemann, MD, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Seattle, WA

02/10/14 ICCTF Cognition & Cancer 2-Day Conference,International Cognition and Cancer Task Force

3/01/14 27th Annual Conference: THE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY OF EMOTION

“Clinical Neuropsychology of Emotion: Integrating Theory and Practice”.Yana Suchy, PhD, ABPP-CN, Assoc Prof, Univ of Utah,

“Promoting Healthy Socioemotional Development:  A Neuropsychologically Informed Approach”. Erin Tone, PhD, Assoc Prof, Georgia State Univ
References: Evidence-based treatments for child and adolescent anxiety

5/12/14 “Over-diagnosis, Under-diagnosis, and Differential Diagnosis of ADHD: Clinical PEARLS”. Mark Stein, PhD, ABPP, Prof of Psychiatry & Beh Sci/Peds, Univ of WA

2012-2013

  • President – Steve Meharg, PhD, ABN
  • Past President – Sharon Ashman, PhD, ABPP
  • Secretary & Webmaster- Brad Powell, PhD
  • Treasurer – Molly Warner, PhD, ABPP
  • Associate Member Representative – Marilyn McCune, MA

9/10/12 “Ethical Business Practices in Neuropsychology in a Changing Healthcare Market”. Mark Barisa, PhD, ABPP, Director of Neuropsychology Services, Baylor Institute for Rehabilitation, Dallas, TX

11/12/12 “Low Income, Family Stress, and Parenting as Predictors of Children’s Emerging Executive Function”. Liliana Lengua, PhD, Professor, Department of Child Clinical Psychology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

1/14/13 “Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Interventions in Autism Spectrum Disorder”. Raphael Bernier, PhD, Asst Prof of Psychiatry & Beh Sci, Adjunct Asst Prof of Psychology, Dir of Clin Svcs, UW Autism Center, University of Washington

3/02/13 26th Annual Conference: The ‘Fun’damentals and Practice of Forensic Neuropsychology

“The ‘Fun’damentals and Practice of Forensic Neuropsychology”. Robert L. Heilbronner, PhD, Independent Practice, Chicago Neuropsychology Group, Chicago, IL.

“Seeing the forest for the trees: Simultaneous interpretation of multiple test scores to reduce misdiagnosis”. Brian L. Brooks, Ph.D., R.Psych, , Director, Pediatric Neuropsychology Postdoc Fellowship Prog, Alberta Children’s Hospital, Adjunct Asst Prof, Depts of Pediatrics & Clinical Neurosciences, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

“Interpreting pediatric neuropsychological data: Curveballs and pitfalls”. Jacobus Donders, PhD, ABPP, Chief Psychologist, Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital, Grand Rapids, MI.

Symptom Validity Tests in pediatric neuropsychology: Not just for adults anymore”.Brian L. Brooks, Ph.D., R.Psych, , Director, Pediatric Neuropsychology Postdoc Fellowship Prog, Alberta Children’s Hospital, Adjunct Asst Prof, Depts of Pediatrics & Clinical Neurosciences, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

“Providing effective testimony about pediatric traumatic brain injury”.  Jacobus Donders, PhD, ABPP, Chief Psychologist, Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital, Grand Rapids, MI.

5/13/13 “The Interface Between Normal Aging and Mild Cognitive Impairment” Diane Howieson, Ph.D., ABPP, OHSU Layton Aging and Alzheimer’s Research Center, Portland, OR

2011-2012

  • President – Sharon Ashman, PhD, ABPP
  • Past President – Christine Clancy, PhD, ABPP
  • Secretary & Webmaster- Brad Powell, PhD
  • Treasurer – Molly Warner, PhD, ABPP
  • Associate Member Representative – Marilyn McCune, MA

9/12/11 “Acquiring Language Through Early Experience: Connecting Behavioral & Neural Measures” Gina Lebedeva, PhD, Dir of Translation, Outreach & Education, Institute for Learning and Brain Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, WA.

11/14/11 “Neuropsychology of PTSD” Jennifer J. Vasterling, Ph.D., Chief, Psychology Service, VA Boston Healthcare System, Prof of Psychiatry, Boston Univ School of Med, Lecturer, Harvard Medical School.

1/10/12 “I Test Therefore I am: Neuropsychology, Illiteracy, Low Education, and non-English Speakers” Lidia Artiola, PhD, ABPP/CN, Private Practice in Clinical & Forensic, Neuropsychology, Tucson, AZ.

3/03/12 25th Annual Conference: Neuroplasticity & Cognitive Rehabilitation

“Strategies for Repairing the Injured Brain” Bryan Kolb, PhD, Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, Canadian Centre for Behavioural Neuroscience, University of Lethbridge, Canada.

“Clinical Applications in Neurorehabilitation with Children and Adults: Building on Principles of Neuroplasticity” Catherine Mateer, PhD, ABPP/CN & Kim Kerns, PhD, Department of Psychology, University of Victoria, Canada.

“Interventions for Adults and Children with Attentional Difficulties” Catherine Mateer, PhD, ABPP/CN & Kim Kerns, PhD, Department of Psychology, University of Victoria, Canada.

5/05/12 “Rebuild Identity and Support Social Reintegration After TBI” Tim Feeney, PhD, Executive Director, School & Community Support, Director, NY TBI Apprentice Program.

5/14/12 “Functional Imaging and Neuropsychology of Pediatric Epilepsy” Hillary Shurtleff, PhD, ABPP, Department of Neurology, Seattle Children’s Hospital, Seattle, WA.

2010-2011

  • President – Christine Clancy, PhD, ABPP
  • Past Co-PresidentS – David Clemmons, PhD & Betty Jones, PhD
  • Secretary & Webmaster- Brad Powell, PhD
  • Treasurer – Molly Warner, PhD, ABPP
  • Associate Member Representative – Kathryn Reid, MA, CRC, CCM

9/13/10 “2010 AD: Developments in Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias” Emily Trittschuh, PhD, VA Puget Sound Healthcare System, Seattle, WA.

11/08/10 “Profiles of 1,400 Patients Evaluated for FASD at the WA FAS Diagnostic & Prevention Network by Interdisciplinary Teams using the 4-Digit Code” Susan Astley, PhD Professor of Epidemiology/Pediatrics, University of Washington, Director, WA State FAS Diagnostic & Prevention Network Seattle, WA; WA FAS Network Website.

1/10/11 “Improving Employment Outcomes for Adolescents and Adults with Neuro-cognitive-behavioral Deficits” Kurt Johnson, PhD Professor, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Washington Medical School Seattle, WA.

3/05/11 24th Annual Conference:

“Cortical-Subcortical Networks and a Dual-Tiered Model of Cognition: Theory & Practice Functional Neuroanatomy: A Dual-Tiered Perspective” LeonardF. Koziol, PsyD, ABPN, ABPdN, The Neuroscience Center, Deerfield, IL – Article by Dr. Koziol.

“Assessing Neurodevelopmental and Psychiatric Disorders Within a Dual-Tiered Context” Deborah Ely Budding, PhD, Manhattan Beach, CA.

5/09/11 “Mirror Neurons, Social Cognition, and Autism” Raphe Bernier, PhD, Asst Prof, Dept of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sci, University of Washington, Seattle WA