PsyD, James Madison University; M.A., The College of New Jersey; B.A., The College of New Jersey
Psychological Assessment II
Biological Bases of Behavior
Historical Foundations of Psychology
Misconceptions of traumatic brain injury
Ernst, W.J., Gallo, A.B., Sellers, A.L, Mulrine, J., MacNamara, L., Abrahamson, A. & Kneavel, M. (2016). Knowledge of Traumatic Brain Injury among Educators, Exceptionality 24:2, 123-136, DOI: 10.1080/09362835.2015.1107832
Ernst, W.J. & Pelletier, S.F (2015). Bridging the gap between clinical neuropsychology and schools. In MacAllister, W. & Vasserman, M. (Eds.). The Neuropsychology of Learning Disorders: A Handbook for the Multi-disciplinary Team. Springer.
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.
October, 2016 - Mondelli, J., Ernst, W. J., Kneavel, M., and Lawler, K. Reliable digit span performance in older adults with known or suspected dementia. Poster presented at the National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Meeting in Seattle, WA.
November, 2014 - Ernst W. J., Kneavel, M, Moylan, R, Gallo, A. & Brosof, A. Reliable digit span performance in children referred primarily due to academic problems. Poster presented at the National Academy of Neuropsychology Annual Meeting in Fajardo, Puerto Rico.
August 2014 - Ernst, W. J. and Kneavel, M. Test of Memory Malingering performance in children and young adults referred due to academic problems. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Conference, Washington, DC.
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.
Consultant to the College Board
Licensed Psychologist (PA, NJ, VA)
Member of the American Psychological Association
Member of the National Academy of Neuropsychology
$25,000.00 Prize for winning Phase I and $75,000.00 for being invited to enter Phase II of the joint NCAA and DOD Mind Matters Concussion Education Challenge. Proposal citation: Ernst, W.J., Kneavel, M., Fidler, E., Lockhart, N., Tubman, L., Ortale, L., Paddock, B. & Brandsma, L. The Chestnut Hill College Peer Concussion Education Program. Proposal submitted to the NCAA/DOD Mind Matters Concussion Education Challenge, February 2015.