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Daniel C. Miller, Ph.D., ABPP - Texas Woman's University. Denton, TX, US

Daniel C. Miller, Ph.D., ABPP

Professor and Chair, Department of Psychology and Philosophy | Texas Woman's University

Denton, TX, UNITED STATES

Professor Miller’s researches the unique blend between neuropsychology and school psychology and professional issues.

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Dr. Miller is a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Psychology and Philosophy at Texas Woman's University (TWU) in Denton, Texas. Dr. Miller was a faculty member at TWU since 1990 and retired in May, 2105. In September, 2015, Dr. Miller became the Executive Director of the Woodcock Institute for the Advancement of Neurocognitive Research and Applied Practice, which is housed at TWU.

Dr. Miller has been an active leader and presenter in state and national school psychology associations since 1992. Dr. Miller served as the President of NASP in 2003-04. Dr. Miller is also an active researcher in the field of school neuropsychology and early childhood assessment. Dr. Miller is the author of the Essentials of School Neuropsychological Assessment (2007), and the Best Practices in School Neuropsychology: Guidelines for Effective Practice, Assessment, and Evidence-Based Intervention (2010), a co-author of Essentials of WJ III Cognitive Assessment - Second Edition (2010), and the Essentials of School Neuropsychological Assessment - Second Edition (2013).

Dr. Miller has more than 30 years of experience in school psychology and more than 20 years of experience in school neuropsychology. Dr. Miller received a Doctoral degree from The Ohio State University in 1989. His doctoral studies were a unique blend between school psychology, neuropsychology, and electrophysiology. Dr. Miller is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (NCSP), a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology (LSSP-TX), a licensed psychologist (OH) and holds the Diplomate in School Psychology from the American Board of Professional Psychology and the Diplomate in School Neuropsychology from the American Board of School Neuropsychology. He is also a Fellow with the National Academy of Neuropsychologists.

Industry Expertise (4)

Education/Learning Research Mental Health Care Health and Wellness

Areas of Expertise (7)

Psychology Neuropsychology Preschool Assessment Executive Functions School Psychology Professional Issues in Psychology Early Childhood Assessment

Accomplishments (4)

Lifetime Achievement Award (professional)

2006

Awarded by the National Association of School Psychologists Neuropsychology Interest Group

Distinction in Service Award (professional)

2005

Awarded by Texas Woman's University

President, National Association of School Psychologists (professional)

2003 - 2004

Founding President, Texas Association of School Psychologists (professional)

1994 - 1994

Education (3)

The Ohio State University: Ph.D., Education 1989

Emphasis: School Psychology, Neuropsychology & Electrophysiology

Miami University: M.A., School Psychology 1980

The University of Cincinnati: B.A., Psychology 1978

Affiliations (4)

  • National Academy of Neuropsychologists : Fellow
  • National Association of School Psychologists
  • Texas Association of School Psychologists
  • American Academy of School Psychology

Articles (5)

School neuropsychology training and credentialing Professional Issues in School Neuropsychology

2010

ABSTRACT: The purpose of this chapter is to discuss the question of what constitutes competency in school neuropsychology, review existing training standards in clinical neuropsychology, discuss the need for school psychologists to integrate neuropsychological principles into practice...

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Utilization of the comprehensive trail making test as a measure of executive functioning in children and adolescents with traumatic brain injuries Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology

2010

ABSTRACT: Traumatic brain injury (TBI) often results in long-term negative effects in attention, memory, perception, language, and executive functioning. Children and adolescents are the most vulnerable as TBIs are the leading cause of death and disability for this age group. ...

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The application of neuroscience to the practice of school neuropsychology Best Practices in School Neuropsychology

2009

ABSTRACT: There have been many rapid advances in cognitive neurosciences in the past twenty years. The 1990s were declared by the U.S. Congress to be the "decade of the brain", and starting in the year 2000, they dubbed it the "millenium of the brain"...

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Neuropsychological assessment of attention in ADHD adults Journal of Attention Disorders

1997

ABSTRACT: This study examines the utility of a variety of neuropsychological measures of attention in the assessment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in adults. The Attentional Impairment Index (Al) is introduced along with a procedure for computation ...

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Luria's theory of brain functioning: A model for research in cognitive psychophysiology Educational Psychologist

1992

ABSTRACT: Luria's (1973) brain functioning theory is offered as a model for cognitive psychophysiological research. It may be used to predict brain processing patterns both for constructive tasks of various levels of complexity and for high and low performance on ...

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