Professor of Psychology Educational Psychology
Andrew Davis is a professor of Psychology and the director of the Ball State University Neuropsychology Laboratory. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Pediatric Neuropsychology. His research interests are primarily focused on applied aspects of clinical neuropsychology. This includes the neuropsychological functioning of neurologically and psychiatrically impaired individuals and psychometric issues in neuropsychological assessment. His current research interests include the relationship between cortical and subcortical sensory-motor skills and cognitive functioning, executive functioning, perinatal complications, performance validity testing, estimation of premorbid functioning, and neuropsychological functioning in patients with ADHD, Alzheimer’s disease, Fetal-Alcohol Spectrum Disorders, and Multiple Sclerosis. Additionally, Davis is interested in other topics, including traumatic brain injury, psychopathology in the schools, and professional topics in school psychology, including the synthesis of neuropsychology and school psychology. Davis is the editor of the Handbook of Pediatric Neuropsychology. Davis primarily teaches classes in neuropsychology, developmental psychopathology and cognitive assessment. Davis is a licensed psychologist and school psychologist and has provided clinical services and supervision in a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings.