Credentials: Ph.D., ABPP-CN

Dr. Pick has taught in the Clinical Psychology PhD Program since 2009. His current research program focuses on 1) the development and adaptation of culturally- and linguistically-appropriate and accessible psychological and neuropsychological tools for use with deaf and hard of hearing individuals across the lifespan; 2) evaluation and dissemination of culturally responsive services to deaf, hard of hearing, and deafblind individuals, and; 3) Understanding and supporting the training experiences of deaf and hard of hearing students of psychology. Dr. Pick is a reviewer for journals and granting agencies in the areas of clinical neuropsychology, applied neuroscience, rehabilitation psychology, and psychological assessment. He is a licensed psychologist and board certified clinical neuropsychologist who works with individuals across the lifespan (children to older adults).


Currently Teaching

PSY-703 Research Seminar Credits: 1
PSY-704 Research Seminar Credits: 1
PSY-800 Pre-Dissertation Research Credits: 1-3
PSY-843 Neuropsychological Foundations and Assessment Credits: 3
PSY-887 Clinical Psychology Practicum IV Credits: 1-3
PSY-900 Dissertation Research Credits: 1-3
PSY-987 Advanced Clinical Psychology Practicum III Credits: 1-3
PSY-999 Clinical Psychology Internship Credits: 1-6
  • PSY-840 Neuroanatom & Neurophys (2013/01)(01)
  • PSY-754 Biological Psy: Brain & Behavi (2018/01)(01)
  • PSY-786 Clncl Psy Prac Thrpy I Spring (2019/02)(01)
  • PSY-787 Clncl Psy Prac Assmt I Spring (2018/02)(01)
  • PSY-986 Adv Clinical Psych Externship (2019/02)(01)
  • PSY-999 Clinical Psych Internship (2021/01)(01)
  • PSY-712 Research Methods in Psychology (2022/01)(1)
  • PSY-703 Research Seminar (2021/02)(01)
  • PSY-854 Psychopharmacology (2021/02)(01)
  • PSY-999 Clinical Psych Internship (2022/02)(01)
  • PSY-800 Pre-Dissertation Research (2022/02)(04)
  • PSY-900 Dissertation Research (2022/02)(04)
  • PSY-987 Adv Clinical Psy Prac III (2022/02)(05)
  • Understanding the sexual assault disclosure experiences of Deaf women.
  • Language in neuropsychology Part 1: Linguistic diversity & determining assessment language.
  • Gender-based violence among females with disabilities in refugee camps: Help-seeking behavior and service utilization.
  • Bilingual neuropsychological evaluation of Alzheimer’s dementia across culturally Deaf adults: A multi-case study.
  • Sexual assault experienced by Deaf female undergraduates: Prevalence and characteristics.
  • Language in Neuropsychology: Part 2 - Interpreter-Mediated Neuropsychological Services
  • Promoting equitable and inclusive psychological practices for older adults who are Deaf or disabled.
  • The role of language diversity in neuropsychological assessment.
  • Developing multicultural competencies as a trainee.
  • Neuropsychological assessment of deafblind children and adolescents: A transactional approach.
  • Making clinical reports accessible for linguistic minorities: Ethics and proposed practices.
  • Neurolinguistics: Cortex imaging.
  • Telepsychology & persons with disabilities: What psychologists should know.
  • Telepsychology & persons with disabilities: What consumers should know.
  • The provision of mental health services in small communities: The ethical shades of gray.
  • Intellectual Assessment of Ethnically Diverse Immigrant Deaf Youth.
  • Developing healthcare training programs for Deaf adults.
  • Diverse reading: Verbal fluency differences between strong and weak readers
  • Navigating Deaf and Hearing cultures: An exploration of Deaf acculturative stress
  • Characteristics of psychologists assessing deaf and hard of hearing clients.
  • Clinical assessment of older adults who identify as Deaf or disabled.
  • A case of acute crossed conduction aphasia superimposed on vascular dementia.
  • Neuropsychological evaluation in American Sign Language: A case study of a deaf patient with epilepsy.
  • Initial analysis of the psychometric properties of the Communication Quality Questionnaire for Deaf Children
  • Online disclosure resources for Deaf female survivors of sexual assault and their support providers.
  • American Sign Language story recall among Deaf young adults.
  • Developing multicultural competencies as a trainee.
  • Forensic psychology: Considerations for deaf and hard of hearing youth.
  • Rehabilitation strategies for patients with hearing loss.
  • Development of the Multidimensional Inventory of Deaf Acculturative Stress
  • Adapting The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) For Use With Deaf Older Adults Who Sign In A Clinical Setting: A Multicase Study
  • A culturally and linguistically informed approach to the development of a cognitive screener for Deaf and Hard of Hearing adults using American Sign Language.
  • Performances of bilingual Deaf emerging adults on an ASL administration of the Boston Naming Test-Second Edition
  • Exploratory study of an ASL administration of the D-KEFS Trail Making Test with bilingual Deaf adult signers
  • Psychological and neuropsychological testing for deaf, hard of hearing, blind, low vision, and deafblind individuals: Competent and ethical practices.
  • Associate Editor: Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 2015/02-2021/01
  • Editor: Journal of the American Deafness and Rehabilitation Association 2008/02-2016/01
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