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Clinical europsychologist – Comprehensive europsychological Services (C S) • Investigator – Dedicated Clinical Research
EDUCATIO

Degree:
Doctor of Philosophy, May 2002
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Blacksburg, Virginia (APA-Accredited Program) Psychology (Clinical Adult Specialization) Neuropsychological research, assessment, and treatment “A Neuropsychological Investigation of Sex Differences in Cardiovascular Reactivity to Verbal and Spatial Fluency Tasks: Testing a New Model of Sex Differences in Cardiovascular Regulation and Disease” Master of Science, December 1999
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Psychology (Clinical Adult Specialization) Neuropsychological research, assessment, and treatment “Cardiovascular Reactivity to Speech Processing and Cold Pressor Stress: Evidence for Sex Differences in Dynamic Functional Cerebral Laterality” Bachelor of Science, May 1994
Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona Arizona State University Honors College Graduate “Changing Gender Differences in Aggression?: Regent’s Scholarship Recipient: 1993-1994 Dean’s Honor List: Spring 1994, Fall 1993, Spring 1993
CURRE T EMPLOYME T

EUROPSYCHOLOGIST, LICE SED CLI ICAL PSYCHOLOGIST - Arizona License umber 3656
Comprehensive europsychological Services (C S)
Chief Clinical Neuropsychologist and Director of Clinical Services
Division Chairman of Neuropsychology, Integrated Medical Services
10815 W. McDowell Road, Suite 303, Avondale, Arizona 85392
Phone (623) 977-6860
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Dedicated Clinical Research (DCR)
Investigator, Clinical Neuropsychologist
Goodyear, Arizona
Phone (623) 583-2599
Curriculum Vitae, Dane A. Higgins, Ph.D. Offering Neuropsychological Assessment with Differential Diagnosis of: Memory Loss – Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) – Alzheimer’s Disease – Dementia (e.g., Vascular, Lewy Body) – Postconcussion Syndrome – Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) – Transient Ischemic Attack (TIA) – Stroke & Recovery – Competency Evaluations – Return to Work Issues (i.e., Disability Evaluations) – Neurodegenerative Diseases (e.g., ALS, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s) – Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD, AD/HD) – Intelligence (IQ) Testing & Learning Disorders – Cognitive Evaluations of Surgical Candidates (e.g., gastric bypass) – Pathogenesis of Problems (e.g., depression vs. dementia) - Forensics

PAST EMPLOYME T

Chief Clinical Neuropsychologist, Arizona Neurological Institute (ANI) 10474 W. Thunderbird Blvd., Suite 200, Sun City, AZ 85351
PROFESSIO AL AFFILIATIO S

American Neuropsychiatric Association (ANPA) Arizona Psychological Association (AzPA) International Neuropsychological Society (INS) International Society of Neuronal Regulation (ISNR) National Academy of Neuropsychology (NAN) North American Brain Injury Society (NABIS) Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR) CURRE T RESEARCH A D SCHOLARLY I TERESTS

Differential diagnosis of various dementias. Pathogenesis and patterns – neurodegenerative illnesses. Cortical, subcortical, and autonomic correlates of emotion, behavior, cognition, and aging. Sex differences in cardiovascular health as mediated by neuropsychological factors. Quantitative electroencephalography (QEEG) as a neuropsychological tool. Hostility and other risk factors for cardiovascular disease, with associated functional cerebral activation patterns and corresponding cardiovascular reactivity.
CLI ICAL RESEARCH

1. A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel Group Phase 2 Study to Evaluate the Safety and Efficacy of FK962 in Subjects With Mild to Moderate Alzheimer's Disease. 2. A Double-Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel-Group Study to Investigate the Effects of Rosiglitazone (Extended Release Tablets) on Cerebral Glucose Utilization and Cognition in Subjects with Mild to Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease (AD). 3. A Multicenter, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study To Evaluate Safety And Efficacy Of MEM 1003 In Patients With Mild To Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease. 4. A Multicenter, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Phase II Study of Efficacy and Safety of SGS742 in Subjects with Mild to Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease. 5. A 54-week, double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled, parallel-group study to investigate the effects of rosiglitazone (extended release tablets) as adjunctive therapy to donepezil on cognition and overall clinical response in APOE ε4-stratified subjects with mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease. Curriculum Vitae, Dane A. Higgins, Ph.D. 6. A Double-Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Dose Escalating Study to Evaluate the Safety, Tolerability, and Immunogenicity of V950 Formulated on Aluminum-Containing Adjuvant with or without ISCOMATRIX™ in Patients with Alzheimer Disease. 7. A Prospective, Open-Label, Randomized, Multi-Center, Parallel-Group Study of 5 Weeks, with a 20-Week Extension Evaluating the Tolerability and Safety of Switching from Donepezil to an Initial Dose of 5 cm2 Rivastigmine Patch Formulation in Patients with Probable Alzheimer’s Disease. 8. An open-label extension to study 49653-461, to assess the long-term safety of rosiglitazone (extended release tablets) in subjects with mild to moderate Alzheimer's Disease. 9. Pfizer 2008- A Phase 3, Randomized, Double-Blind, Parallel Group, 10-Week, Placebo Controlled Fixed Dose Study of PD 0332334 and Paroxetine Evaluating the Efficacy and Safety of PD 0332334 for the
Treatment of Generalized Anxiety Disorder- Sub-Investigator
10. Pfizer 2008 A 52-Week Open-Label Safety Study of PD 0332334 in Subjects with Generalized Anxiety Disorder- Sub-Investigator
11. GlaxoSmithKline 2009- A Randomised, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study Evaluating the Efficacy and Safety of Orvepitant in Subjects with Major Depressive Disorder- Sub-Investigator
12. A Phase III, Multicenter, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel Group, Efficacy and Safety Trial of Bapineuzumab (AAB 001, ELN115727) in Patients with Mild to Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease who are Apolipoprotein E ε4 Non-Carriers. 13. A Phase III, Multicenter, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel Group, Efficacy and Safety Trial of Bapineuzumab (AAB-001, ELN115727) in Patients with Mild to Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease who are Apolipoprotein E ε4 Carriers. 14. A fixed dose study of SB-742457 versus placebo when added to existing donepezil treatment in subjects with mild-to-moderate Alzheimer's disease 15. A Phase II, Double-Blind, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel-Group, Dose-Ranging Study Assessing the Efficacy and Safety of AC-3933 Tablets Twice Daily in Adults with Mild to Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease 16. A Phase 3, Multicenter, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel-Group Efficacy and Safety Trial of Bapineuzumab (AAB-001, ELN115727) in Subjects With Mild to Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease Who Are Apolipoprotein E ε4 Carriers 3133K1-3001-US CLI ICAL TRAI I G

FELLOWSHIP – Clinical Researcher and Postdoctoral Fellow in Clinical europsychology
8/02-8/04
Neuropsychology Clinic, Clinical Development Department Integris Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation Hospital 4200 South Douglas Avenue, Suite 303, Oklahoma City, OK 73109 Supervisor: Dr. William Ruwe Neuropsychological assessment and the formation of treatment plans for patients with acquired brain injuries, neurodegenerative diseases, congenital difficulties (e.g., ADHD or learning disabilities), or questions about competence. Responsible for NIH and NIMH grant development and authoring, preparation of research articles for publication in peer-reviewed journals, and the introduction, development, and administration of QEEG and neurofeedback clinic services. Curriculum Vitae, Dane A. Higgins, Ph.D. I TER SHIP – Clinical Psychology Intern
7/01-7/02
New Orleans Veterans Affairs Medical Center Mental Health Service Line (COS6), 1601 Perdido Street, New Orleans, LA 70112 Supervisors: Dr. Kevin Brailey, Dr. Jennifer Vasterling & Dr. John Mendoza (VAMC) Dr. F. William Black (Tulane University Health Sciences Center) Clinical Neuropsychology, General Psychology, and Behavioral Medicine (pain and smoking cessation groups). Inpatient and outpatient assessment and consultation, therapy/intervention, comprehensive didactic training, in-service classes, and off-site seminars at Louisiana State University, Tulane University Health Sciences Center, Charity Hospital, and DePaul-Tulane Behavioral Health Center.
Graduate Clinician/Supervisor
8/95-5/01
Neuropsychological Assessment and Treatment Practicum Team Psychological Services Center and Child Study Center, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) 3110 Price's Fork Road, Blacksburg, Virginia 24060 Graduate level practicum team specializing in the assessment and treatment of a variety of neuropsychological disorders resulting from cerebrovascular, congenital, convulsive, neoplastic, and traumatic disorders of the brain. Assessment procedures included syndrome analysis, standardized testing, and quantitative electroencephalography (QEEG) techniques. Individual and group supervision provided to graduate clinicians from 1999 to 2001.
Assessment Clinician/Supervisor
8/97-5/98,
Psychological Services Center and Child Study Center, Virginia Tech 3110 Price's Fork Road, Blacksburg, Virginia 24060 Supervisors: Dr. Thomas H. Ollendick; Dr. Lee Cooper (1999-2000 only) Graduate level assessment practicum team specializing in the assessment and treatment of a variety of learning and psychological disorders in children and adults including: ADHD; adjustment disorders; anxiety; depression; math, reading, and language disorders; and others. Provided individual and group training in assessment techniques and supervision of graduate clinicians during second term of service (1999-2000). Psychology Trainee in Clinical Externship
8/97-5/98
Carilion St. Albans Psychiatric Hospital 7516 Lee Highway, Radford, Virginia 24143 Supervisor: Dr. Rick Seidel, Licensed Clinical Psychologist Completed rotations (480 hours total) in three psychiatric units of the hospital, including a locked (committed) unit. Each unit specialized in the treatment of patients at differing levels of severity. Assessed and treated children, adolescents, and adults with problems ranging from anger management, chemical dependence, depression (with or without anxiety, mania, and suicidal ideation), PTSD, anxiety, to various other disorders with and without psychotic features. Assisted with and/or led the cognitive, community support, coping strategies, planning, and life skills group therapy sessions. Conducted family/couples sessions with patients and their primary support outside of the hospital. Organized follow-up care at time of discharge.
Graduate Clinician/Supervisor
8/97-5/98,
Psychological Services Center (PSC) and Child Study Center (CSC) Virginia Tech, 3110 Price's Fork Road, Blacksburg, Virginia 24060 Supervisors: Dr. Thomas H. Ollendick; Dr. Lee Cooper (8/99-5/00 only) Curriculum Vitae, Dane A. Higgins, Ph.D. Responsible for the following: therapeutic duties, including the supervision of graduate clinicians; aiding in the conceptualization and organization of the PSC’s library of Empirically-Supported Treatment Protocols; maintenance of the PSC’s computer systems, Physiology and QEEG Laboratory, and other clinic equipment; design and administration of training sessions offered on the computer testing and scoring programs available at the PSC; and initiated design, layout and publication of web pages for PSC and CSC.
Graduate Clinician
8/95-5/97
Psychological Services Center and Child Study Center Virginia Tech, 3110 Price's Fork Road, Blacksburg, Virginia 24060 Supervisors: Dr. Robert S. Stephens & Dr. Jack W. Finney (1995-1996) Dr. George A. Clum (1996-1997) Graduate level practicum team specializing in the assessment and treatment of a variety of psychological disorders including anxiety, assertiveness, depression, learning disorders, personality disorders, marital difficulties, and adjustment disorders. Used individual, family, and couples therapy techniques. europsychological Rehabilitation Specialist
Residential and Day Treatment Programs (training: 1,500 hours) NeuroCare, Inc./Rehab Without Walls, 7227 N 16th St., Suite 107, Phoenix, AZ 85020 Supervisor: Dr. Jon Van Doren, Licensed Clinical Neuropsychologist Patient rehabilitation duties at the Residential Treatment Center (inpatient) and the Day Treatment Center (outpatient). Residential Program involved assisting patients with severe brain injuries to learn basic life skills, coping skills, stress management, relaxation skills, anger control, and behavior-management techniques. Day Treatment Program focused on improving orientation, language skills, attention, memory, processing speed, and other areas of cognitive difficulty in patients with mild to moderate brain injuries. Worked extensively with physical, occupational, speech, and vocational therapists in designing and implementing rehabilitation programs for child, adolescent, and adult patients. FACULTY/TEACHI G

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Physiological Psychology
1/97-5/97
Department of Psychology, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia 24061-0436 Supervisor: Bruce H. Friedman, Ph.D. Teacher’s Assistant for Physiological Psychology course with approximately 30 students. Administered quizzes, graded essays, and provided individual assistance to students.
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Social Psychology
1/97-5/97
Department of Psychology, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia 24061-0436 Teacher’s Assistant for Social Psychology course with approximately 30 students. Administered quizzes, graded essays, and provided individual assistance to students. Graduate Teaching Assistant, Laboratory Instructor for Introductory Psychology
8/95-5/96
Department of Psychology, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia 24061-0436 Supervisor: David W. Harrison, Ph.D. Curriculum Vitae, Dane A. Higgins, Ph.D. Taught two Introduction to Psychology laboratories with 35 students per course, associated with an undergraduate introductory psychology class. Duties involved teaching a laboratory section, writing and administering quizzes, grading essays, and providing individual assistance to students. In-class demonstrations of psychological concepts were designed and implemented.
ACADEMIC RESEARCH

Dissertation
A Neuropsychological Investigation of Sex Differences in Cardiovascular Reactivity to Verbal and Spatial Fluency Tasks: Testing a New Model of Sex Differences in Cardiovascular Regulation and Disease Department of Psychology, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia 24061-0436 Chairperson: David W. Harrison, Ph.D. 126 right-handed undergraduate men and women underwent physiological measurements of SBP, DBP, and HR before and after verbal and figural fluency tasks, used as stressors. Dynamic and functional cerebral regulation of cardiovascular reactivity was assessed, specifically, the role that the frontal lobes have in regulating SBP, DBP, and HR in men and women. Sex differences in the functional cerebral regulation of these cardiovascular factors were predicted. Hostility was assessed in these participants, using the Cook-Medley Hostility Inventory (6 total groups of 21 participants each: high-, mid-, and low-hostile participants were identified). Sex and group (hostility) differences were predicted, as well as task (fluency type) differences. Comparisons were also made on a time estimation task (30 and 180 seconds). The principal findings of the current investigation were that the verbal fluency task raised SBP across sex and group, that both stressors raised SBP or DBP in different patterns (no sex differences were found), while stressors interacted with both sex and group. High-hostile men performed better on the first trial of the verbal fluency test compared to low-hostile men, while high-hostile women performed worse on the first trial of the verbal fluency test, compared to low-hostile women. Men perseverated more on each trial of the verbal fluency test, while women perseverated less across trials. High-hostile men’s time perception seems to be more rapid than low-hostile men, while for women it is the opposite. Women reported significantly more stress from the figural fluency task than men. Women in the luteal phase of menstruation did better on the verbal fluency test than women in the follicular phase of menstruation, and hostility and menstrual phase interact with verbal fluency. This study encourages the consideration of neuropsychological sex differences in order to better understand cardiovascular regulation mechanisms and disease. This may lead to the development of improved prevention and behavioral management programs. Support for this idea may bring about a new research focus, as some forms of cardiovascular disease may be more appropriately investigated as arising from neuropsychological problems.
Preliminary Exam

Sex Differences in Cardiovascular Regulation and Disease: Department of Psychology, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia 24061-0436 Chairperson: David W. Harrison, Ph.D. Conducted a comprehensive review and merged two bodies of literature that had not been previously integrated (the neuropsychology of sex differences and neuropsychological theories of cardiovascular regulation). Through this merging, a new, testable neuropsychological model of sex differences in cardiovascular regulation was presented to augment the current understanding of cardiovascular regulation, to improve prevention strategies, and to refine the treatment of some forms of cardiovascular disease. Furthermore, the proposed model represents a new, neuropsychological conceptualization of sex differences in cardiovascular Curriculum Vitae, Dane A. Higgins, Ph.D. regulation and disease, and is meant to aid in the reassessment or reinterpretation of previous research data, where applicable or useful, as possible implications of the model are considered.
Master’s Thesis
Title:
Cardiovascular Reactivity To Speech Processing and Cold Pressor Stress: Evidence For Sex Differences In Dynamic Functional Cerebral Laterality Department of Psychology, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia 24061-0436 Chairperson: David W. Harrison, Ph.D. Investigated sex differences in dynamic functional cerebral laterality effects on cardiovascular reactivity and dichotic listening in response to a stressor (a cold pressor). Findings indicated a sex by focus interaction effect where men’s, but not women’s, systolic blood pressure increased significantly when focusing on sounds presented at the left ear during the dichotic listening task. Also, a compartmentalized, dynamic response in dichotic listening test performance was evidenced in both men and women (as both experienced increased accuracy at the right, but not left, ear), brought about as a function of the stressor. Men and women both evidenced increased cardiovascular reactivity, with men experiencing significantly more cardiovascular reactivity (SBP) than women in response to cold pressor pain. Women were also able to identify significantly more speech sounds presented to the left ear than men, and they were able to dynamically increase accuracy at the targeted ear identified within each focus group (left or right). Speech sounds processing (dichotic listening task) significantly decreased men’s, but not women’s, systolic blood pressure. These results contribute to the literature on sex differences in functional cerebral laterality.
PUBLICATIO S - Refereed Articles

Demaree, H.A., Higgins, D.A., Williamson J., Harrison D.W. (2002). Asymmetry in hand grip strength and fatigue
in low- and high-hostile men. International Journal of Neuroscience, 112(4), 415-428. Shenal, B., Moore, T., Rhodes, R., Higgins, D., & Harrison, D. W. (2001). Quantitative electroencephalography (QEEG) and neuropsychological syndrome analysis. Neuropsychology Review, 11(1), 31-44. Knight, G. P., Fabes, R. A., & Higgins, D. A. (1996). Concerns about drawing causal inferences from meta- analyses: An example in the study of gender differences in aggression. Psychological Bulletin, 119(3), 410-421.
PUBLICATIO S - Refereed Abstracts
Higgins, D. A., Harrison, D. W., & Ruwe, W. D. (2003). Sex Differences In Cardiovascular Reactivity To Verbal And Spatial Fluency Tasks. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 18(7), 759-760. Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D. W. (2003). Sex Differences in Verbal and Figural Perseveration across Trials. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 9(2), 223. Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D. W. (2003). Interaction of Sex and Hostility on Verbal Fluency Performance. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 9(2), 222. Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D. W. (2002). Dynamic Effects of Menstrual Phase and Hostility on Verbal Fluency. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 17(8), 839.
Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D. W. (2002). Sex Differences in Time Estimation: Hostile Interference. Archives of
Curriculum Vitae, Dane A. Higgins, Ph.D. Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D.W. (2002). Sex Differences in Motor Asymmetry. Journal of the International Higgins, D. A., Williamson, J. B., & Harrison, D. W. (2002). A Cross-Sectional Comparison of Frontal Lobe Development and Aging. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 8(2), 144. Higgins, D. A., Beck, A. L., & Harrison, D. W. (2001). Sex Differences in Aging Effects on Frontal Lobe Decline. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 16(8), 728. Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D. W. (2001). Sex differences in diastolic blood pressure reactivity as a function of denial. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 7(2), 256. Higgins, D. A., Rhodes, R., Shenal, B., & Harrison, D. W. (2001). Quantitative electroencephalography as an assessment tool for ADHD diagnosis. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 7(2), 160-161. Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D. W. (2001). QEEG imaging brain laterality of visualized positive and negative emotions. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 7(2), 243. Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D. W. (2001). QEEG as assessment tool for multi-sensory paresthesia diagnosis (Schizophrenia). Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 7(2), 133. Higgins, D. A., Demaree, H. A., Williamson, J., & Harrison, D. W. (2000). Hand grip strength and functional cerebral asymmetry differences in low- and high-hostile men. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 6(2), 118. Higgins, D. A., Everhart, D. E., & Harrison, D. W. (2000). QEEG as an assessment tool for pseudoseizure diagnosis. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 6(2), 158. Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D. W. (1999). Sex differences in the functional cerebral laterality of cardiovascular reactivity to speech and a cold pressor. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 14(8), 771. Everhart, D. E., Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D. W. (1997). Neuropsychological effects of anxiety without depression on facial affect perception. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 11(3), 319-320. Higgins, D. A. (1994). Changing gender differences in aggression?: Clarification through meta-analysis. Proceedings: Eighth National Conference on Undergraduate Research, 1, 441-445.
PUBLICATIO S - Manuscripts in Preparation or under Review
Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D. W. (under review). Sex differences in cardiovascular regulation and disease: A
neuropsychological model. Manuscript under review with Psychological Bulletin. Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D. W. (in preparation). Sex Differences In Cardiovascular Reactivity To Verbal And Spatial Fluency Tasks. Manuscript in preparation for publication. Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D. W. (in preparation). Cardiovascular reactivity to speech processing and cold pressor stress: Evidence for sex differences in dynamic functional cerebral laterality. Manuscript in preparation for publication. Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D. W. (in preparation). QEEG imaging brain laterality of visualized positive and negative emotions. Manuscript in preparation for publication. Curriculum Vitae, Dane A. Higgins, Ph.D. Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D. W. (in preparation). Sex differences in diastolic blood pressure reactivity as a function of denial. Manuscript in preparation for publication. CO FERE CE PRESE TATIO S and POSTERS

Higgins, D. A., Harrison, D. W., & Ruwe, W. D. (2003, October). Sex Differences In Cardiovascular Reactivity To
Verbal And Spatial Fluency Tasks. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the National Academy of Neuropsychology, Dallas, Texas. Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D. W. (2003, February). Sex Differences in Verbal and Figural Perseveration across Trials. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Honolulu, Hawaii. Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D. W. (2003, February). Interaction of Sex and Hostility on Verbal Fluency Performance. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Honolulu, Hawaii. Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D. W. (2002, October). Dynamic Effects of Menstrual Phase and Hostility on Verbal Fluency. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the National Academy of Neuropsychology, Miami, Florida.
Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D. W. (2002, October). Sex Differences in Time Estimation: Hostile Interference. Poster
session presented at the annual meeting of the National Academy of Neuropsychology, Miami, Florida.
Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D.W. (2002, February). Sex Differences in Motor Asymmetry. Poster session presented
at the annual meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Higgins, D. A., Williamson, J. B., & Harrison, D. W. (2002, February). A Cross-Sectional Comparison of Frontal Lobe Development and Aging. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Higgins, D. A., Beck, A. L., & Harrison, D. W. (2001, November). Sex Differences in Aging Effects on Frontal Lobe Decline. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the National Academy of Neuropsychology, San Francisco, California. Beck, A. L., Higgins, D. A., Williamson, J. B., Foster, P., & Harrison, D. W. (2001, March). Frontal Lobe Deterioration: Evidence from Sex Differences in Aging Effects. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, Georgia.
Williamson, J., Higgins, D. A., Beck, A. L., & Harrison, D. W. (2001, March). A Cross-Sectional Comparison of
Frontal Lobe Development and Aging. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta, Georgia. Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D. W. (2001, February). Sex Differences in Diastolic Blood Pressure Reactivity as a Function of Denial. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Chicago, Illinois. Higgins, D. A., Rhodes, R., Shenal, B., & Harrison, D. W. (2001, February). Quantitative Electroencephalography as an Assessment Tool for ADHD Diagnosis. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Chicago, Illinois. Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D. W. (2001, February). QEEG Imaging Brain Laterality of Visualized Positive and Negative Emotions. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Chicago, Illinois. Curriculum Vitae, Dane A. Higgins, Ph.D. Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D. W. (2001, February). QEEG as Assessment Tool for Multi-Sensory Paresthesia Diagnosis (Schizophrenia). Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Chicago, Illinois. Higgins, D. A., Everhart, D. E., & Harrison, D. W. (2000, February). QEEG as an assessment tool for pseudoseizure diagnosis. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Denver, Colorado. Higgins, D. A., Demaree, H. A., Williamson, J. B., & Harrison, D. W. (2000, February). Hand grip strength and functional cerebral asymmetry differences in low- and high-hostile men. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Denver, Colorado. Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D. W. (1999, November). Sex differences in the functional cerebral laterality of cardiovascular reactivity to speech and a cold pressor. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the National Academy of Neuropsychology, San Antonio, TX. Higgins, D. A., Everhart, D. E., & Harrison, D. W. (1999, March). Neurological disorders misdiagnosed as conversion disorders: QEEG utility for increased diagnostic accuracy. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Savannah, Georgia. Williamson, J. B., Higgins, D. A., Demaree, H. A., & Harrison, D. W. (1999, March). Diminished asymmetry in hostile men: Motor performance. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Savannah, Georgia. Higgins, D., Shenal, B., Moore, T., Rhodes, R., & Harrison, D. W. (1998, April). Quantitative electroencephalography (QEEG) facilitates neuropsychological syndrome analysis: An alternative to the nomothetic approach. Paper presented at the Spring meeting of the Virginia Psychological Association, Charlottesville, Virginia. Everhart, D. E., Higgins, D. A., & Harrison, D. W. (1997, August). Neuropsychological effects of anxiety without depression on facial affect perception. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois. Higgins, D. A. (1994, April). Changing gender differences in aggression?: Clarification through meta-analysis. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Conference on Undergraduate Research, Kalamazoo, Michigan.
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Feb., 2011
Curriculum Vitae, Dane A. Higgins, Ph.D. International Society of Neuronal Regulation Virginia Psychological Association Spring International Neuropsychological Society
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Microsoft Access, Excel, FrontPage, PowerPoint, Publisher, Visio, and Word Computer System (hardware) configuration & troubleshooting Web page authoring, graphic design, and maintenance (personal webpage: www.neuro-psych.biz)
Lexicor NeuroSearch-24 Quantitative Electroencephalography (QEEG) hardware DeyMed Diagnostic TruScan 24/32 (QEEG) hardware DeyMed Acquisition and Explorer Software (QEEG acquisition and analysis) DeyMed Diagnostic Brain Feedback 3 Programs (neurofeedback software)
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Father of nine children (3 daughters and 6 sons) Served a two-year mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Montréal, Québec Mission) Fluent in French (reading, writing, and speaking) Constant seeker of truth, knowledge and light. Curriculum Vitae, Dane A. Higgins, Ph.D. REFERE CES
Rebecca Adcock, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, David W. Harrison, Ph.D., Advisor and Mentor, Rehabilitation and Health Psychology Service, Director of Laboratory of Neuropsychology, Virginia Tech, Department of Psychology, Thomas H. Ollendick, Ph.D., Professor of Troy G. Anderson, M.D., Neurologist, Phoenix Center and Psychological Services Center, Litchfield Road, Goodyear, Arizona 85395. Virginia Tech, Department of Psychology, Blacksburg, Virginia 24061-0436. tho@vt.edu F. William Black, Ph.D., Professor of Psychiatry William D. Ruwe, Psy.D., Ph.D., Associate Professor at University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center; Clinical Neuropsychologist, Psychiatry and Neurology, 1440 Canal Street, NeuroResources, PLLC, 3441 West Memorial Road, Oklahoma City, OK 73134-7000, (405) 286-6000 [office], (405) 286-6004 [fax]. Kevin Brailey, Ph.D., Director of Practicum Steven Savlov, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, Arizona Neurological Institute, 10474 W. Julius R. Charlie, M.D., Neurologist, Phoenix Litchfield Road, Goodyear, Arizona 85395. Gregg Soifer, M.D., Physiatrist, 15021 W. Bell Rd., Suite 125, Surprise, Arizona 85374. Jack W. Finney, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology Daniel T. Torzala, M.D., Neurologist, Phoenix Virginia Tech, Department of Psychology, Litchfield Road, Goodyear, Arizona 85395. Pamela G. Forducey, Ph.D., Director, Clinical Jennifer J. Vasterling, Ph.D., Chief, Psychology, Rehabilitation Hospital/Southwest Medical Consortium Psychology Practicum Program. Center, 4219 South Western, Oklahoma City, Marc Y. Wasserman, M.D., Neurologist, Phoenix Litchfield Road, Goodyear, Arizona 85395. Andre Hagevik, M.D., Ph.D., Neurologist and Neurobiologist, Arizona Neurological Institute, 10474 Thunderbird Blvd., Suite 200, Sun City, Arizona, 85351. (623) 972-3800.

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