- Other Post Graduate Training - University of North Texas
- Undergraduate School - Mississippi State University (2009-2012), Psychology
- Graduate School - University of North Texas (2013-2015), Psychology
- Graduate School - University of North Texas (2015-2018), Psychology
Anne Carlew, Ph.D.
Anne Carlew, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist with the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists. Dr. Carlew is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry. She specializes in neuropsychological assessment, with particular interest in working with individuals with dementia, mild cognitive impairment, epilepsy, and pre/post brain surgery. Her research interests include using neuropsychological assessment to predict everyday functioning, neuropsychological assessment of diverse populations, and cognitive screening.
Dr. Carlew earned her master’s degree in psychology and her doctoral degree in clinical psychology (neuropsychology emphasis) at the University of North Texas. She completed her clinical internship at Rush University Medical Center, before returning to Texas to complete the two year BvB Dallas Alzheimer’s Disease Neuropsychology Fellowship at UT Southwestern Medical Center.
TX License 38372; Expires 12/31/2023
The potential of function-led virtual environments for ecologically valid measures of executive function in experimental and clinical neuropsychology.
Parsons TD, Carlew AR, Magtoto J, Stonecipher K, Neuropsychological rehabilitation 2017 Jul 27 5 777-807
DSM Nosology Changes in Neuropsychological Diagnoses through the Years: A Look at ADHD and Mild Neurocognitive Disorder.
Carlew AR, Zartman AL, Behavioral sciences (Basel, Switzerland) 2016 Dec 7 1
Factor Structure of the CVLT-II Short Form: Evidence From a Trauma-Exposed Sample.
Carlew AR, Schuler KL, Ruggero CJ, Callahan JL, Luft BJ, Kotov R, Assessment 2019 09 26 6 976-983
Bimodal Virtual Reality Stroop for Assessing Distractor Inhibition in Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Parsons TD, Carlew AR, Journal of autism and developmental disorders 2016 Apr 46 4 1255-67
- The potential of function-led virtual environments for ecologically valid measures of executive function in experimental and clinical neuropsychology.