The Neuropsychology division has provided thousands of neuropsychological evaluations to children, adolescents, adults and elderly patients with known or suspected brain dysfunction since its establishment more than 30 years ago. 

Our faculty perform significant teaching and research in the understanding of brain-behavior relationships. Specifically, core staff are teaching faculty for nationally accredited internship and doctoral programs in clinical psychology. They also help train a variety of generalists and specialists in the medical school through graduate seminars, clinical supervision and lectures.

The Neuropsychology Program offers outpatient assessment training to third-year clinical psychology practicum students and an elective in neuropsychology to fourth-year medical students. Lectures are made available through seminars for our clinical psychology interns and elective coursework for doctoral clinical psychology students in the Virginia Consortium Program in Clinical Psychology.

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