Neuropsychological evaluations or assessment is a clinical procedure used to determine the extent of possible thought or behavior issues following diagnosed or suspected brain injury or brain disease.

Through a series of simple questions and tests, your doctor can learn whether your nervous system is functioning properly or not.

Examinations are available for children ages six and up, adolescents, adults, and the elderly.

Who We Test

Doctors may refer individuals for an evaluation if they have complaints that involve:

  • motor or sensory changes
  • memory issues
  • attention problems
  • trouble processing information
  • remembering words
  • vision, perception, and integration issues
  • problem solving or impaired reasoning

We also evaluate patients who have conditions that might affect central nervous system functioning, such as:

  • traumatic brain injury
  • heart disease/vascular disease or disorder
  • history of encephalitis
  • epilepsy, MS, or other white matter disease
  • diabetes
  • surgeries
  • organ transplant
  • toxic exposure
  • brain tumors
  • effects of treatment for cancer

We test children and adolescents for conditions such as:

  • ADHD
  • learning disabilities
  • traumatic brain injuries
  • concussions
  • medical disorders
  • neurological disorders

We also evaluate for psychiatric issues that have a cognitive component or complaint not being addressed by psychiatric medications or therapy, such as:

  • depression
  • anxiety
  • bipolar disorder
  • schizophrenia

What We Assess

  • brain functions, including motor and sensory functioning
  • visual perception and processing
  • speech and comprehension
  • thought processing and efficiency issues
  • attention
  • learning, memory, and executive functions: flexibility, impulsivity, inhibition, problem solving, reasoning
  • personality/mood and psychiatric contributions to the cognitive complaints

Referrals

Referrals are accepted from physicians and other clinicians by calling 304-598-4740 to schedule an evaluation.

Faculty

• Marc Haut, PhD ABPP
• James Mahoney, PhD
• Christina Wilson, PhD
• Stacie Leffard, PhD, ABPP
• Liv E. Miller, PsyD, ABPP
• Kirk Bryant, PhD

Kirk Bryant, PhD

Assistant Professor/ Clinical Neuropsychologist
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Marc Haut, PhD, ABPP_cn

Professor/ Chair, Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry Professor & Research Advisor
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Stacie Leffard, PhD, ABPP

Assistant Professor/Pediatric Neuropsychologist
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James Mahoney, PhD

Assistant Professor/Clinical Neuropsychologist
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Liv Miller, PsyD, ABPP_cn

Assistant Professor/ Clinical Neuropsychologist
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Christina Wilson, PhD

Associate Professor/ Clinical Neuropsychologist
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Address

930 Chestnut Ridge Rd Morgantown, WV 26505