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Department of Educational Psychology
Teachers College (TC), Room 505
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306
Andrew S. Davis obtained his PhD in school psychology, with an emphasis in clinical neuropsychology, from the University of Northern Colorado. Davis has worked as a therapist in a community mental health center, a dual diagnosis clinic, a residential treatment center, a private practice and as a school psychologist. Andrew Davis’ research interests are primarily focused on applied and theoretical aspects of neuropsychology. This includes the neuropsychological functioning of neurologically impaired individuals and psychometric issues regarding neuropsychological assessment. Currently, he is investigating cortical and subcortical sensory-motor deficits and interhemispheric transfer integrity in patients with Multiple Sclerosis, prefrontal executive functions and their relationship to cognitive processing, construct and criterion validity of a new sensory-motor test, and the differentiation of subtypes of Attention-Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder. 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 primarily teaches classes in neuropsychology and cognitive assessment., including: concepts in developmental neuropsycholinguistics, child neuropsychology, individual testing, research methods, and tests and measurements. Davis is the Co-Director of the School Psychology Clinic and provides supervision to students enrolled in the school psychology practicum class.
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