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David A. Kaufman, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Clinical Program; Clinical Graduate Director
Department of Psychology

Courses Taught

Abnormal Psychology, PSY 439-05; Fundamentals of Neuropsychology, PSY 593-01


Ph.D., University of Florida
B.A., Bethel College

Publications and Media Placements

1. Lordo, D.N., Bertolin, M., Sudikoff, E.L., Keith, C., Braddock, B., & Kaufman, D.A.S. (2017). Parents perceive improvements in socio-emotional functioning in adolescents with ASD following social skills treatment. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 47, 203-214.

2. Kaufman, D.A.S., Bowers, D., Okun, M.S., Van Patten, R., & Perlstein, W.M. (2016). Apathy, novelty processing, and the P3 potential in Parkinson's disease. Frontiers in Neurology, 7:95.

3. Kaufman, D.A.S., Keith, C.M., & Perlstein, W.M. (2016). Orbitofrontal cortex and the early processing of visual novelty in healthy aging. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 8:101.

4. Kaufman, D.A.S., Sozda, C.N., Dotson, V., & Perlstein, W.M. (2016). An event-related potential investigation of the effects of age on alerting, orienting, and executive function. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 8:99.

5. Sudikoff E.L., Bertolin M., Lordo D.N., & Kaufman D.A.S. (2015). Relationships between executive function and emotional regulation in healthy children. Journal of Neurology and Psychology, S(2):8.

6. Van Patten R., Kaufman D.A.S., Mitchell S., Sachs B., Loring D.W. (2015). Perseverative error subtypes in patients with Alzheimer's disease and mild cognitive impairment. Journal of Neurology and Psychology, S(2):9.

7. Kaufman, D.A.S., Boxer, O., & Bilder, R.M. (2013). Evidence based science and practice in neuropsychology: A review. In S. Koffler, S. Morgan, I.S. Baron, & M. Freiffenstein (Eds), Neuropsychology Science and Practice, Volume I.

8. Sozda, C.N., Larson, M.J., Kaufman, D.A.S., Schmalfuss, I.M., & Perlstein, W.M. (2011). Error-related processing following severe traumatic brain injury: An event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) study. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 82, 97-106.

9. Larson, M.J., Kaufman, D.A.S., & Perlstein, W.M. (2009). Conflict adaptation and cognitive control adjustments following traumatic brain injury. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 15, 927-937.

10. Larson, M.J., Kaufman, D.A.S., Kellison, I.L., Schmalfuss, I.M. & Perlstein, W. M. (2009). Double jeopardy! The additive consequences of negative affect on performance-monitoring decrements following traumatic brain injury. Neuropsychology, 23, 433-444.

11. Larson, M.J., Kaufman, D.A.S., & Perlstein, W.M. (2009). Neural time course of conflict adaptation effects: Event-related potentials and the Stroop Task. Neuropsychologia, 47, 663-670.

12. Larson, M.J., Kaufman, D.A.S., Schmalfuss, I.M., & Perlstein, W.M. (2007). Performance monitoring, error processing, and evaluative control following severe TBI. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 13, 961-971.

13. Howe, L.L.S., Anderson, A.M., Kaufman, D.A.S., Sachs, B.C., & Loring, D.W. (2007). Characterization of the Medical Symptom Validity Test in evaluation of clinically referred memory disorders clinic patients. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 22, 753-761.