Faculty

Stuart Hall, Ph.D.

Stuart Hall, Ph.D.

Professor of Physiological Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology

Office: Skaggs Bldg 207
Email: stuart.hall@umontana.edu
Office Hours:

Office hours for fall semester 2018 are Tuesday 4 - 5 and Wednesday 2 - 3 and by appointment.


Courses

Psych 270 - Introduction to Biological Psychology, Psych 371 - Human Neuropsychology, Psych 571 - Advanced Physiological Psychology, Psych 632 - Introduction to Clinical Neuropsychology, Psych 631 - Neuropsychological Assessment, Psych 678 - Advanced Seminar in Clinical Neuropsychology

Personal Summary

Note:  I will not be taking a new graduate student for the 2019  - 20 academic year. 

Education

Postdoctoral Fellowship, The Ohio State University Hospitals College of Medicine, 1989-1991
Ph.D.,The University of Texas at Austin, 1989
B.A.,The University of Texas at Austin, 1983

Selected Publications

DenBoer, J.W., & Hall, S. (2009). A Review of Neuropsychological Neurology: The Neurocognitive Impairments of Neurological Disorders.  The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 23 (4), 754-755. <

DenBoer, J.W. & Hall, S. (2007). Neuropsychological test performance of successful brain injury simulators. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 21 (6), 943-955.

Malloy, P.,Berlanger, H., Hall, S., Aloiq, M., & Salloway, S., (2003). Assessing Visuoconstructional Performance in AD, MCI and Normal Elderly Using the Berry Visual-Motor Integration Test, The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 17 (4) 544-550.

Rose, F.E., Hall, S., Szalda-Petree, A.D., & Bach, P.J., (1998). A comparison of four tests of malingering and the effects of coaching. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 13(4), 349-363

Hall, S., Pinkston, S.L., Szalda-Petree, A.C., & Coronis, A.R., 1(996), The performance of healthy older adults on the Continuous Visual Memory Test and the Visual-Motor Integration Test: Preliminary findings Journal of Clinical Psychology, 52, 449-454

Rose, F.E., Hall, S., & Szalda-Petree, A.D., (1995). The computerized Portland Digit Recognition Test: Malingering detection is improved by measuring response latency The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 9, 124-134

Selected Recent Presentations:

Trontel, H.G., Madathil, R. & Hall, S. (2012, February).  Diagnosis Threat in a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Population.   Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Montreal, QC, Canada.

Hammond, J., Kimpton, T., Madathil, R., and Hall, S. (2012, February). Attitudes and behaviors regarding helmet use among intermediate and advanced skiers and snowboarders. Poster presentation at the annual meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Montreal, QC, Canada.

Professional Experience

My research interests focus on non-neurological issues in neuropsychological assessment. The primary thrust of my lab is in detecting inadequate effort in neuropsychological assessment and better understanding the process of dissumlation.  We have also initiated some studies of diagnosis threat.

Hobbies

telemark skiing, mountain biking, backpacking, and dog agility