William Ernst

William J. Ernst, Psy.D.

Assistant Professor of Psychology


Office Location:  St. Joseph Hall, 4th flr., North Wing, SJ450
Office Phone:  215.753.3632
E-Mail:  ErnstW@chc.edu





Courses Taught   

 

  • Neuropsychological Assessment 
  • Psychological Assessment II 
  • Biological Bases of Behavior 
  • Historical Foundations of Psychology 
  • Dissertation Mentoring 

 

 

Scholarly Interests

 

  • Misconceptions of traumatic brain injury
  • Interprofessional collaboration
  • Neuropsychological assessment

Selected Publications  

  • Ernst, W. J., Trice, A. D. Gilbert, J. & Potts, H. (2009). Misconceptions about traumatic brain injury and recovery among nursing students. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation.  24(3), 213-220.
  • Ernst, W. J., Pelletier S., & Simpson, G. (2008). Consultation with school personnel: What clinical neuropsychologists need to know. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 22(6), 953-976.
  • Ernst, W J., Grayson, J., & Webb, N. (2006, Summer). Maltreatment and its effects on early brain development. Virginia Child Protection Newsletter, 77, 1-16. 

Recent Presentations

  • August 2014 - Sellers, A., Gallo, A. Mulrine, J., MacNamara, L., Abrahamson, A., and Ernst, W. "General education teachers' knowledge about traumatic brain injury and recovery". Poster presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Conference, Washington, DC.
  • August 2014 - Ernst, W. and Kneavel, M. "TOMM performance in children and young adults referred due to academic proglems." Poster presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Conference, Washington, DC.
  • August 2013 - McCall, M., Ernst, W., and Browning, S. "Psychologial difficulties and positive experiences associated with having a silbing with Autism". Poster presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Conference, Washington, DC.

Other Academic Information

 

  • Consultant to the College Board 
  • Licensed Psychologist (PA, NJ, VA) 
  • National Register Health Service Provider in Psychology 
  • Member of the American Psychological Association 
  • Member of the National Academy of Neuropsychology