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Our Centers welcome back staff member, Dr. Bridget Mayer, in her new role!

Bridget Mayer, PsyD While completing her doctorate, Dr. Mayer, was part of our Centers’ team in numerous multi-talented functions: public relations, administrative assistant, research technician, testing technician, and doctoral psychology extern. We are excited to welcome her back as part of the professional neuropsychology staff! Dr. Mayer received her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Widener University with a specialization in Clinical Neuropsychology. She completed her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in children and adolescents, as well as her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Child Advocacy and Policy, from Montclair State University, where she gradua

Dr. Sarah Friedman’s research on ADHD and concussion accepted for presentation at the 2020 Annual Sp

Title: Do children with LD and/or ADHD differ at baseline on a pediatric measure used to assess concussion? Authors: Sarah Friedman, PsyD. Sports Concussion Center of New Jersey, Princeton, NJ Rosemarie Scolaro Moser, PhD. Sports Concussion Center of New Jersey, Princeton, NJ Philip Schatz, PhD. Saint Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, PA Purpose: To examine differences at baseline between children with ADHD and/or LD vs. children with neither ADHD/LD on 1) neurocognitive scores and 2) child- and parent-reported concussion symptoms. Methods: Retrospective data was obtained for 1856 children ages 5-11 who were assessed at baseline using ImPACT Pediatric. Groups were determined based on parent

Congratulations to Dr. Rosemarie Moser who is the new 2020 President-Elect of the Sports Neuropsycho

The mission of the Sports Neuropsychology Society (SNS) is to advance the field of sports neuropsychology, to generate and disseminate knowledge regarding brain-behavior relationships as it applies to sports, and to promote the welfare of athletes at all levels. In order to fulfill its mission, the Sports Neuropsychology Society has established the following objectives: To establish sports neuropsychology as a sub-specialty of neuropsychology. To promote the competent and ethical practice of sports neuropsychology. To develop and disseminate educational information for the membership as well as the general public. To promote, support, and disseminate scientific research in sports neuropsycho

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