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Lawrence Pick

Professor/Clinical Program Director

Human Services and Sciences

S420 Hall Memorial Building

202/250-2931 (videophone)

202/448-7546

About

Credentials: Ph.D., ABPP-CN

Dr. Pick has taught in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program since 2009. His current research program focuses on the neuropsychological mechanisms underlying language processing and learning among deaf and hard of hearing people. He is on the Editorial Board for the Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education and is a reviewer for journals and grant agencies in the areas of behavioral neuroscience and clinical neuropsychology. 

 
  • COM-235 Intergroup Dialogue (2010/01)(02)
  • COU-792 Internship I in Mental Health (2012/01)(01)
  • DST-795 Special Topics (2009/01)(02)
  • GSR-231 Scientific and Quantitative Re (2011/02)(02)
  • HON-499 Independent Study (2009/02)(01)
  • PSY-723 Psychology and Deafness (2010/02)(01)
  • PSY-723 Psychology and Deafness (2011/02)(01)
  • PSY-749 Intl Assmnt:Msrmnt Prin & Appl (2009/01)(01)
  • PSY-749 Intl Assmnt:Msrmnt Prin & Appl (2010/01)(01)
  • PSY-749 Intl Assmnt:Msrmnt Prin & Appl (2011/01)(01)
  • PSY-752 Cognitive Psychology (2009/02)(01)
  • PSY-752 Cognitive Psychology (2011/02)(01)
  • PSY-781 Clinical Psychology Ethics (2009/01)(01)
  • PSY-783 Foundations of Psychotherapy I (2012/01)(01)
  • PSY-784 Fndtns of Psychotherapy Lab II (2013/02)(01)
  • PSY-785 Clinical Psy Practicum (2012/01)(01)
  • PSY-785 Clinical Psy Practicum (2013/01)(01)
  • PSY-785 Clinical Psy Practicum (2014/01)(01)
  • PSY-785 Clinical Psy Practicum (2012/01)(02)
  • PSY-785 Clinical Psy Practicum (2013/01)(02)
  • PSY-785 Clinical Psy Practicum (2014/01)(02)
  • PSY-786 Clinical Psy Practicum (2012/02)(01)
  • PSY-786 Clinical Psy Practicum (2013/02)(01)
  • PSY-786 Clinical Psy Practicum (2014/02)(01)
  • PSY-786 Clinical Psy Practicum (2012/02)(02)
  • PSY-786 Clinical Psy Practicum (2013/02)(02)
  • PSY-786 Clinical Psy Practicum (2014/02)(02)
  • PSY-795 Special Topics (2011/01)(01)
  • PSY-795 Special Topics (2010/02)(01)
  • PSY-795 Special Topics (2014/02)(01)
  • PSY-795 Special Topics (2014/02)(02)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2012/01)(04)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2011/02)(04)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2012/02)(04)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2009/01)(05)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2010/01)(05)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2011/01)(05)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2013/01)(05)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2014/01)(05)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2010/02)(05)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2013/02)(05)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2014/02)(05)
  • PSY-826 Chld Clincl Psy Treatmt Mthds (2009/02)(01)
  • PSY-840 Neuroanatom & Neurophys (2010/01)(01)
  • PSY-840 Neuroanatom & Neurophys (2011/01)(01)
  • PSY-840 Neuroanatom & Neurophys (2012/01)(01)
  • PSY-840 Neuroanatom & Neurophys (2013/01)(01)
  • PSY-900 Dissertation Research (2012/02)(03)
  • PSY-900 Dissertation Research (2013/02)(03)
  • PSY-900 Dissertation Research (2012/01)(04)
  • PSY-900 Dissertation Research (2011/02)(04)
  • PSY-900 Dissertation Research (2009/01)(05)
  • PSY-900 Dissertation Research (2013/01)(05)
  • PSY-900 Dissertation Research (2014/01)(05)
  • PSY-900 Dissertation Research (2014/02)(05)
  • PSY-703 Research Seminar (2016/02)(01)
  • PSY-703 Research Seminar (2018/02)(01)
  • PSY-754 Biological Psy: Brain & Behavi (2017/01)(01)
  • PSY-754 Biological Psy: Brain & Behavi (2018/01)(01)
  • PSY-784 Clncl Psy Prac Therapy I Fall (2018/01)(01)
  • PSY-784 Clncl Psy Prac Therapy I Fall (2019/01)(01)
  • PSY-785 Clinical Psy Practicum (2016/01)(01)
  • PSY-785 Clinical Psy Practicum (2017/01)(01)
  • PSY-785 Clncl Psy Prac Asmnt I (Fall) (2018/01)(01)
  • PSY-785 Clinical Psy Practicum (2016/01)(02)
  • PSY-785 Clinical Psy Practicum (2017/01)(02)
  • PSY-785 Clinical Psy Practicum (2016/01)(03)
  • PSY-785 Clinical Psy Practicum (2017/01)(03)
  • PSY-785 Clinical Psy Practicum (2017/01)(04)
  • PSY-786 Clinical Psy Practicum (2015/02)(01)
  • PSY-786 Clinical Psy Practicum (2016/02)(01)
  • PSY-786 Clncl Psy Prac Thrpy I Spring (2018/02)(01)
  • PSY-786 Clncl Psy Prac Thrpy I Spring (2019/02)(01)
  • PSY-786 Clinical Psy Practicum (2017/02)(02)
  • PSY-786 Clinical Psy Practicum (2017/02)(03)
  • PSY-787 Clncl Psy Prac Assmt I Spring (2018/02)(01)
  • PSY-795 Special Topics (2016/02)(01)
  • PSY-795 Special Topics (2020/01)(02)
  • PSY-795 Special Topics (2016/01)(03)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2018/02)(03)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2019/02)(03)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2016/01)(05)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2017/01)(05)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2018/01)(05)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2019/01)(05)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2020/01)(05)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2015/02)(05)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2016/02)(05)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2017/02)(05)
  • PSY-826 Chld Clincl Psy Treatmt Mthds (2015/02)(01)
  • PSY-886 Clinical Psych Externship (2016/02)(01)
  • PSY-899 Independent Study (2017/01)(01)
  • PSY-899 Independent Study (2018/01)(01)
  • PSY-899 Independent Study (2015/02)(01)
  • PSY-900 Dissertation Research (2018/02)(03)
  • PSY-900 Dissertation Research (2019/02)(03)
  • PSY-900 Dissertation Research (2020/01)(04)
  • PSY-900 Dissertation Research (2016/01)(05)
  • PSY-900 Dissertation Research (2017/01)(05)
  • PSY-900 Dissertation Research (2018/01)(05)
  • PSY-900 Dissertation Research (2019/01)(05)
  • PSY-900 Dissertation Research (2015/02)(05)
  • PSY-900 Dissertation Research (2016/02)(05)
  • PSY-900 Dissertation Research (2017/02)(05)
  • PSY-985 Adv Clinical Psych Externship (2019/01)(01)
  • PSY-986 Adv Clinical Psych Externship (2019/02)(01)
  • PSY-999 Clinical Psych Internship (2020/01)(01)
  • PSY-999 Clinical Psych Internship (2019/02)(01)
  • PSY-703 Research Seminar (2020/02)(01)
  • PSY-795 Special Topics (2020/02)(03)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2020/02)(04)
  • PSY-900 Dissertation Research (2020/02)(03)
  • PSY-999 Clinical Psych Internship (2020/02)(01)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2020/03)(04)
  • PSY-887 Practicum II: Summer Session (2020/03)(04)
  • PSY-900 Dissertation Research (2020/03)(03)
  • PSY-999 Clinical Psych Internship (2020/03)(01)
  • PSY-712 Research Methods in Psychology (2021/01)(01)
  • PSY-800 Individual Research (2021/01)(04)
  • PSY-900 Dissertation Research (2021/01)(03)
  • PSY-999 Clinical Psych Internship (2021/01)(01)
  • Advising Load 2021/01: Total:10 Masters:4 Doctoral:6
  • Advising Load 2020/02: Total:8 Masters:4 Doctoral:4
  • Advising Load 2022/01: Total:8 Masters:2 Doctoral:5 Other:1
  • Psychometric properties of the SAFE-D: A measure of acculturative stress among deaf undergraduate students.
  • Understanding the sexual assault disclosure experiences of Deaf women.
  • Language in neuropsychology Part 1: Linguistic diversity & determining assessment language.
  • Early childhood circumstances predict anger bias in older adulthood.
  • Integrating affect perception tasks from the New York Emotion Battery into a comprehensive measure of neuropsychological change across the lifespan.
  • Psychological and neuropsychological assessment for patients identifying as deaf, hard of hearing, blind and low vision.
  • 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.
  • Biopsychosocial perspectives on working with deaf and hard of hearing clients.
  • Vicarious trauma in sign language interpreters: Exploring interpreters’ experiences of working in trauma-influenced environments.
  • Assessment of persons who are Deaf or hard of hearing and blind or low vision.
  • 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.
  • Preliminary psychometric properties of the Deaf Acculturative Stress Inventory.
  • The role of language diversity in neuropsychological assessment.
  • When should I refer for psychological testing?: Considerations for professionals working with deaf and deafblind consumers.
  • Developing multicultural competencies as a trainee.
  • Client-centered psychological assessment with deafand deaf-blind consumers: A lifespan perspective.
  • The neurophysiology of visual rhyme in deaf undergraduate readers.
  • Enhancing the understanding of executive functioning in individuals with schizophrenia.
  • Interviewing deaf and hard of hearing youth.
  • Neuropsychological assessment of deafblind children and adolescents: A transactional approach.
  • Making clinical reports accessible for linguistic minorities: Ethics and proposed practices.
  • Exploring the successful academic experiences of Deaf Malaysian adults.
  • Neurolinguistics: Cortex imaging.
  • Psychological evaluation and testing.
  • Neuropsychology
  • Telepsychology & persons with disabilities: What psychologists should know.
  • Telepsychology & persons with disabilities: What consumers should know.
  • Neuropsychology of emotion recognition.
  • Phonological access in Deaf undergraduate native American Sign Language users.
  • Deaf Culture: In hot topics in ethics – A vignette based discussion of ethics and diversity.
  • Is It a Sign of the times? Psychological and neuropsychological assessment of Deaf people.
  • 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.
  • Expanding the application of telehealth service models to underserved populations with chronic illnesses and disability.
  • Microaggressions and the African American Deaf community coping with racism and audism.
  • Evaluation of content and face validity of the Childhood Trauma Questionnaire-Short Form for use with Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Deafblind people.
  • Verbal fluency performance among deaf readers
  • Diverse reading: Verbal fluency differences between strong and weak readers
  • Navigating Deaf and Hearing cultures: An exploration of Deaf acculturative stress
  • Considerations and suggested practice for psychological assessment and intervention when working with older adults who have disabilities.
  • Psychological assessment reports for linguistically minoritized clients: Considerations for ethical and professional practice.
  • Characteristics of psychologists assessing deaf and hard of hearing clients.
  • Aprosodia
  • A Casebook of Mental Capacity in US Legislation: Assessment and Legal Commentary.
  • Clinical assessment of older adults who identify as Deaf or disabled.
  • Visual search performance of deaf youth on a cancellation test
  • Associations among demographic characteristics and control measures in emotion perception
  • The intellectual functioning of deaf children and adolescents: Preliminary findings using the WISC-IV.
  • Longitudinal neuropsychological evaluation of youth diagnosed with deafness and Autistic Disorder: Three case studies
  • 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.
  • Intellectual assessment of ethnically diverse immigrant Deaf youth
  • The phantom sound experience.
  • Biopsychosocial considerations of disability among aging HIV-positive adults.
  • Prevalence and disclosure of sexual assault among Deaf undergraduate women.
  • 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.
  • Effortful control skills in deaf children with and without additional disabilities.
  • Comprehension of the Miranda Warnings in the signing Deaf community: A pilot study.
  • An exploratory qualitative investigation regarding experiences of sexual assault disclosure among deaf women.
  • Preliminary analysis of the emotional display rules in the American Deaf culture.
  • American Sign Language story recall among Deaf young adults.
  • Resource guide for psychology graduate students with disabilities (2nd ed.).
  • Training students with disabilities in testing and assessment.
  • Clinical considerations when working with deaf and hard of hearing patients.
  • Interpreter-mediated neuropsychological services for linguistically diverse clients.
  • The role of language diversity in neuropsychological assessment.
  • Biopsychosocial perspectives on working with deaf and hard of hearing clients.
  • Integrating spoken and sign language interpreters in the neuropsychological assessment process.
  • Assessment of persons who are Deaf or hard of hearing and blind or low vision.
  • Developing multicultural competencies as a trainee.
  • Forensic psychology: Considerations for deaf and hard of hearing youth.
  • Multiple minority identities.
  • Rehabilitation strategies for patients with hearing loss.
  • Deaf Culture: Diagnostic and therapeutic approaches.
  • Hot topics in ethics – A vignette based discussion of ethics and diversity.
  • Working with Deaf people.
  • Encouraging soldiers with hearing loss to participate.
  • The current state of mental health services for individuals with hearing and vision losses.
  • Vicarious trauma in sign language interpreters: Exploring interpreters’ experiences of working in trauma-influenced environments.
  • Development of the Multidimensional Inventory of Deaf Acculturative Stress (MIDAS)
  • Adapting The Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) For Use With Deaf Older Adults Who Sign In A Clinical Setting: A Multicase Study
  • Relationship Between Visual Working Memory and Verbal Fluency in Undergraduate Deaf Sign Language Users
  • Perspectives on Neuropsychological Assessment of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children and Adults
  • Current Approaches to Interpreter-Mediated Neuropsychological Evaluations
  • Forensic Evaluations of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth and Adults
  • Navigating Graduate Psychology Programs from Application to Graduation: The Experiences of Students Representing Deaf/Hard of Hearing and Ethnic/Racial Identities. - (Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs, American Psychological Association:)
  • The Development of a Behavioral Health Hub for Deaf, Hard-of-Hearing and Deaf-Blind People- (Administration for Community Living, National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research )
  • Alzheimer's Disease and Its Related Dementia in Deaf Adults- (National Institutes of Health)
  • Engineering Research Center for Magnetics for Brain Interfaces, Imaging, and Stimulation (MBRAIIS)- (National Science Foundation)
  • Cognitive and Electrophysiological Correlates of Phonological Processes in Deaf Undergraduate Readers- (Gallaudet University - Priority Research Grant)
  • Sensory amplification of emotional signals in people without hearing or sight.- (University of California)
  • Deaf home health aide training program- (Buffett Sunshine Lady Foundation, Inc)
  • Engineering systems for mental health- (National Science Foundation)
  • Rebecca Elliott Smith-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2014/02-2014/02
  • Nicholas Gala-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2016/03-2016/03
  • Amy Letteri-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2015/02-2015/02
  • Timothy Ainger-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2015/03-2015/03
  • Elizabeth Romero-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2015/03-2015/03
  • Nur Farhana Aftar-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2017/02-2017/02
  • Laura Noelle Opsahl-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2017/02-2017/02
  • Tara Holcomb-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2020/01-2021/03
  • Morgane Vincent-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2020/02
  • Grady Gallagher-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2020/02
  • Aileen Aldalur-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2017/01-2017/01
  • Amy Letteri-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2013/01-2013/01
  • Timothy Ainger-Clinical Psychology (Thesis Review Committee) 2011/01-2011/01
  • Elizabeth Romero-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2014/01-2014/01
  • Nicholas Gala-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2015/01-2015/01
  • Nur Farhana Aftar-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2015/02-2015/02
  • Laura Noelle Opsahl-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2015/02-2015/02
  • Tara Holcomb-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2018/02-2018/02
  • Grady Gallagher-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2020/01-2021/01
  • Morgane Vincent-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2019/03-2020/03
  • Kallissa Bailey-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2019/01-2021/02
  • Emily Bramande-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2020/01-2021/03
  • Rachel Inghram-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2020/02
  • Erin Timperlake-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2020/01-2021/03
  • Tyler Pietz-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2015/02-2015/02
  • Jacqueline Wunderlich-Undergraduate Psychology (Honors Capstone Thesis) 2016/02-2016/02
  • Hannah Mills-Undergraduate Psychology (Honors Capstone Thesis) 2017/02-2017/02
  • Tomina Schwenke-Counseling Psychology - Georgia State University (Doctoral Committee) 2011/03-2011/03
  • Casey Terzian-Clinical Psychology - William James College (Doctoral Committee) 2019/01-2020/03
  • Rebecca Elliot-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2012/01-2012/01
  • Aileen Aldalur-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2017/01-2019/03
  • Brittney Erickson-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2016/02-2016/02
  • Paul Silvasi-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2016/03-2016/03
  • Alexander Wilkins-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2016/03-2016/03
  • Jesus Barreto-Abrams-Clinical Psychology (Masters Thesis) 2017/02-2017/02
  • Donna Guardino-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2017/02-2017/02
  • Alexander Wilkins-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2018/03-2018/03
  • Paul Silvasi-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2019/02-2019/02
  • Jesus Barreto-Abrams-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2019/03-2019/03
  • Stephanie Lopetegui-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2019/03-2019/03
  • Gregory Farber-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2019/01-2021/01
  • Lakitha Owens-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2018/01-2020/03
  • Yasmeen Alhasawi-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2012/01-2012/01
  • Dorri Daggett-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2012/01-2012/01
  • Evan Goodman-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2014/01-2014/01
  • Donna Guardino-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2014/02-2014/02
  • Leslie Klein-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee ) 2010/02-2010/02
  • Tiesha Finley-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2011/03-2011/03
  • Carly Ostrom-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2013/03-2013/03
  • Dorri Daggett-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee ) 2013/03-2013/03
  • Anna Crisologo-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2014/01-2014/01
  • Amanda Schaad-Clinical Psychology - Wright State University (Doctoral Committee) 2014/02-2014/02
  • Justin Jacobs-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2021/01-2021/03
  • Sarah Kimbley-PhD Program in Educational Neuroscience (Doctoral Committee) 2021/01
  • Lorna Lynch-Clinical Psychology - Alliant University (Doctoral Committee) 2021/01
  • Tomina Schwenke-Georgia State University (MA Thesis) 2008/02-2009/03
  • Carly Ostrom-Gallaudet University (Thesis Review Committee) 2010/02-2010/02
  • Barbara Cooper-Gallaudet University (Thesis Review Committee) 2011/01-2011/01
  • Sarhand Sarnosi-Gallaudet University (Thesis Review Committee) 2020/01-2020/01
  • Donna Guardino-Undergraduate Psychology (Honor's Thesis Committee) 2008/03-2009/02
  • Garret Shelenhamer-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2021/02
  • Emily Bramande-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2021/03
  • Erin Timperlake-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2021/03
  • Justin Jacobs-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2022/01
  • Kallissa Bailey-Clinical Psychology (Doctoral Committee) 2022/01
  • Jake Elijah Ziede-Clinical Psychology (Masters Committee) 2022/01
  • Faculty Development Committee: Member 2015/02-2019/01
  • Council on Graduate Education: Chair 2020/02-2020/02
  • Council on Graduate Education: Member 2009/01-2010/02
  • Council on Graduate Education: Chair 2012/01-2014/02
  • Faculty Senate: Member 2012/01-2016/01
  • Tenure and Promotion Committee: Member 2022/01
  • Member 2015/02-2020/02
  • Institutional Review Board 2019/02-2019/03
  • Faculty Search Committee 2018/01-2018/02
  • Faculty Search Committee - Chair 2017/01-2017/03
  • Faculty Search Committee - Chair 2018/01-2018/03
  • Member 2016/01-2017/02
  • Interim Director of Clinical Training 2019/02-2019/02
  • Content Manager 2016/02-2020/01
  • Co-Facilitator 2017/03-2018/02
  • Facilitator 2009/02-2012/01
  • Member 2013/02-2014/01
  • Member 2012/02-2013/02
  • Member 2010/03-2012/01
  • Member 2010/02-2012/01
  • Member 2010/02-2011/01
  • Member 2009/02-2009/03
  • Director of Clinical Training 2020/01
  • 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
  • Reviewer 2008/02
  • Grant Review : Alzheimer's Association 2010/02-2016/02
  • Member: National Academy of Neuropsychology 2017/02
  • Site Reviewer: American Psychological Association 2019/02
  • Program Committee: American Psychological Association 2015/02-2020/03
  • Board Review Team: American Board of Professional Psychology - Clinical Neuropsychology 2020/01
  • Examination Content Expert: American Board of Rehabilitation Psychology/American Board of Professional Psychology 2018/01-2019/01
  • External Reviewer: Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, State University of New York at Stony Brook 2013/02-2014/01
  • External Reviewer: Department of Psychiatry, IU School of Medicine 2013/02-2014/01
  • Member: National Academy of Neuropsychology 2009/02-2013/01
  • Member: American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology 2016/02-2017/01
  • Delegate: American Psychological Association 2011/02-2012/01
  • Delegate: NASMHPD 2011/02-2012/01
  • Advisory Committee: American Psychological Association 2010/02-2011/01
  • Grant Reviewer: PSC-CUNY Research Awards, Research Foundation of CUNY 2008/02-2011/01
  • Deafblind Community SSP 2008/02
  • Disaster Relief: American Red Cross 2013/03-2018/02
  • Psychologist: Private Practice 2008/02
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    Lawrence Pick

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