Wm. Drew Gouvier, Professor
Office: 220 Audubon Hall
Department of Psychology
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Office Phone: (225) 578-4138
Dr. Gouvier is not accepting new students at this time.
Neuropsychological assessment, treatment, and forensic issues are the primary focus of research in our research laboratory. Research studies are ongoing on the factors contributing to malingering and poor effort in neuropsychological testing, and the likelyhood of these problems occurring in a nonforensic context of evaluation.
Additional areas of research include factors related to driving skills among persons who have sustained neurological injuries, and the social implications of being a disabled individual in society.
Savage, R.M., Combs, D.R., Pinkston, J.B., Advokat, C., & Gouvier, W.D. (2002). The role of the temporal lobe and orbitofrontal cortices in olfactory memory function. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 17, 305-318.
Hilsabeck, R.C., Thompson, M.D., Irby, J.W., Adams, R.L., Scott, J.G., & Gouvier, W.D. (2003) Partial cross-validation of the Wechsler Memory Scale-Revised (WMS-R) General Memory-Attention Concentration Malingering Index in a non-litigating sample. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 18, 71-79.
O’Bryant, S.E., Hilsabeck, R.C., McCaffrey, R.J., & Gouvier, W.D. (2003)The Recognition Memory Test: Examination of ethnic differences and norm validity. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 18, 135-143.
Gouvier, W.D., & Prejean, J.G. (2003) Neuropsychological sequelae of chronic recreational gasoline inhalation. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 96, 339-342.
Gouvier, W.D., Sytsma, S., & Mayville, S. (2003). Patterns of discrimination in hiring job applicants with disabilities: The role of disability type, job complexity, and public contact. Rehabilitation Psychology, 48, 175-181.
Gouvier, W.D., Pinkston, J.B., Lovejoy, J.C., Smith, S.R., Bray, G.A., Santa-Maria, M.P., Hayes Hammer, J., Hilsabeck, R.C., Smiroldo, B., Bentz, B., & Browndyke, J.N. (2004). Neuropsychological and emotional changes during simulated microgravity: Effects of Triiodothyronine, Alendronate, and Testosterone. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 19, 153-163.