1 Page%1%of%18% CURRICULUM VITA Rosemarie Scolaro Moser, Ph.D Princeton Pike, Bldg. 5, Suite Nassau Street, Suite 318 Lawrenceville, New Jersey Princeton, New Jersey (609) FAX (609) websites: PRACTICE LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS Board of N.J. Psychological Examiners, License # SI Board of Psychological Examiners of PA., License # PS L Board of Psychological Examiners of MD., 1983 License # 1701 (Inactive) PA. School Psychologist Certification, N.J. School Psychologist Certification, MD. School Psychologist Certification, DE. School Psychologist Certification, (Inactive) BOARD/OTHER CERTIFICATIONS Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards, Certificate of Professional Qualification, American Board of Professional Psychology in Rehabilitation, Diplomate, American Board of Professional Neuropsychology, Diplomate, American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress, Diplomate and Board Certified Expert, (inactive) American Board of Medical Psychotherapists, Fellow and Diplomate, (inactive) National Board of Certified Clinical Hypnotherapists, (inactive) Certificate, Board of Governors of the APA College of Professional Psychology in the Treatment of Alcohol and Other Psychoactive Substance Use Disorders, Registrant: National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology. EDUCATION University of Pennsylvania: Ph.D., March, 1981, Graduate Faculty of Arts & Sciences, Professional Psychology program. APA approved program. University of Pennsylvania: M.S. in Psychological Services, May, 1977, Graduate School of Education. University of Pennsylvania: B.A. in Psychology, May, 1976, Faculty of Arts & Sciences. Magna Cum Laude & Honors in Psychology. Lafayette College: Psychology Major, September, 1972 to May, 1974.
2 Page%2%of%18% HOSPITAL PRIVILEGES St. Francis Medical Center, Trenton, N.J to Present. Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital at Hamilton, Hamilton, N.J to The Medical Center at Princeton, Princeton, N.J to Capital Health System at Helene Fuld, Trenton, N.J to Capital Health System at Mercer, Trenton, N.J to PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Director. Sports Concussion Center of New Jersey, Lawrenceville, NJ to present. Directing and administrating a comprehensive service for identification, diagnosis, treatment, management, and education regarding concussion/mild traumatic brain injury. Serving as a credentialed ImPACT consultant and health care provider to individuals, schools, organizations, teams, and athletes. Director. RSM Psychology Center, LLC, Lawrenceville & Princeton, N.J to Present. Directing and administrating a multi-service psychological/neuropsychological center and staff. Providing services in individual, couples, family and group psychotherapy, neuropsychological/psychological evaluation, cognitive remediation, sports concussion, pain management, hypnosis, independent examination, consultation/inservice training, career exploration, sports psychology and performance enhancement. Neuropsychological Consultant to Athletic Teams. Official Team Neuropsychologist. Trenton Titans, East Coast Ice Hockey League. Trenton, N.J to 2006; 2011-Present. Providing baseline and concussion evaluation to professional ice hockey players. Official Team Concussion Doctor. Trenton Steel Pro Arena Football, Trenton, NJ to Created and implemented concussion management services. Director of Research Programs. International Brain Research Foundation, Inc., Edison, N.J to Provided organizational consultation, advisement, grant application, writing, research coordination and support, and advocacy activities. Official Team Neuropsychologist. Philadelphia Soul Professional Arena Football, Philadelphia, PA to Created and implemented concussion management services. Consulting Neuropsychologist. Princeton Healthcare System, Princeton, NJ Provided neuropsychological services to the rehabilitation and nursing rehab units at Princeton Medical Center/Merwick.
3 Page%3%of%18% Co-Owner. Practice Shapers, LLC., Lawrenceville, NJ to Conducting consultation, training, and workshops for mental health practitioners covering the topics of ethics, record keeping, compliance, regulations, forensic work, business issues, and practice development. Developing products that assist mental health practice, such as record forms, professional manuals, and self-assessment tools. Consulting Neuropsychologist. The Lawrenceville School, Lawrenceville, N.J to Providing baseline and concussion evaluations to students. Private Practice. Lawrenceville, N.J to and Morrisville, PA to Individual, couples, and family psychotherapy, neuropsychological/ psychodiagnostic evaluation, and career counseling services. Consulting Neuropsychologist. St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center, Lawrenceville, N.J to Neuropsychological evaluations and psychotherapy services. Consulting Neuropsychologist. Lawrenceville Nursing Home, Lawrenceville, N.J to Neuropsychological screening and consultation. Served as a member of the Medical Advisory Committee of the Alzheimer s Unit. Consultant. Princeton Educational Resources, Princeton, N.J to Consultation, testing, and evaluation services. Psychologist. Mercer County Special Services School District, Hamilton Square, N.J Consultation, testing, and evaluation services. Psychologist. Lawrence Township Schools, Lawrenceville, N.J to Consultation, testing, and evaluation services. Counselor. Rider College Counseling Center, Lawrenceville, N.J to Provided individual psychotherapy to college student. Psychologist. Student Services, School of Nursing, University of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland to Performed individual psychotherapy, couples counseling, and career guidance. Conducted stress management workshops. Supervised counseling intern. Coordinated minority and all-student peer tutorial programs. Provided study and test-taking skills assistance. Coauthored proposal for child care center. TEACHING EXPERIENCE Sports Concussion Center of New Jersey, Director of Post Doctoral Psychology/Neuropsychology Training Program, 2009 to present.
4 Page%4%of%18% Widener University, Chester, PA Adjunct Professor, 2010-present. St. Joseph s University. Philadelphia, PA. Research Supervisor Seton Hall University. East Orange, N.J. Practicum Supervisor Widener University. Chester, PA. Adjunct Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology to St. Francis Medical Center. Trenton, N.J. Consultant/Instructor for Psychiatric Nurses to Trenton Psychiatric Hospital. Trenton, N.J. Community Faculty for psychiatric medical residents to University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA. Faculty Lecturer to Professional Psychology Department, Graduate School of Education. Taught Counseling and Psychotherapy, Supervision, and Career Development. Student advising and dissertation committees. Coordinated the departmental Psychology Library. Trenton State College. Trenton, N.J. Coadjutant Faculty Psychology Department. Taught Adolescent Psychology to undergraduates. University of Maryland. Baltimore, MD. Test-taking & Study Skills Instructor to Student Services, School of Nursing. Towson State University. Towson, MD. Instructor to Taught Personal Life and Career Planning course to undergraduates. PRE-LICENSE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING Post Doctoral Trainee. University of Maryland at Baltimore, Maryland to Doctoral Intern. Towson State University Counseling Center, Towson, Maryland to Psychologist Intern. New Castle County Public Schools, Delaware to Psychologist/Consultant Intern. Catholic Home for Girls and St. Vincent s School, Philadelphia, PA to 1978.
5 Page%5%of%18% Counselor Intern. Intercommunity Action, Inc. Mental Health/Mental Retardation Center, Philadelphia, PA Psychological Counselor. Philadelphia Interdisciplinary Health and Education Project (PHIHEP), Hahnemann Medical College, Philadelphia, PA to Psychiatric Aide. Philadelphia Psychiatric Center, Philadelphia, PA to PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES Board of Advisors. MomsTEAM Institute, 2014 to present. Expert Consultant/Appearance in PBS Documentary: The Smartest Team, produced and directed by MomsTEAM, Member. Ad Hoc Fundraising Committee, Sports Neuropsychology Society, Expert Panel. Ctrs. for Disease Control & Prevention. Pediatric TBI Comm., 2012 to present. Reviewer. American Journal of Sports Medicine to present. Peer Reviewer. MD Advantage Journal to present. Reviewer. Pediatrics to present. Expert Consultant. MomsTeam.com to present. Editorial Board Member. Applied Neuropsychology-Child to present. Reviewer. The Clinical Neuropsychologist Associate Editor. Frontiers in Neuroscience: Sports Neurology to present. Ad Hoc Editorial Consultant. Journal of Family Psychology to present. Guest Co-Editor. The Clinical Neuropsychologist. Special journal issue Editorial Board Member. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology to present. Consulting Editor. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice to Committee Member. Women in Leadership, National Academy of Neuropsychology to Reviewer. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology to Planning Committee Member & Poster/Special Event Chair. International Conference on Behavioral Health and Traumatic Brain Injury Treasurer. National Academy of Neuropsychology Committee Member. Cognitive Treatment Studies Committee. Division of Disability Services, Dept. of Human Services, State of NJ. Chair. NJPA Nominating Committee Treasurer-Elect. National Academy of Neuropsychology Chair. Subcommittee on Advocacy Mentoring, Committee of State Leaders, American Psychological Association Member-at-Large. Committee of State Leaders, American Psychological Assn President. New Jersey Psychological Association Examiner. American Board of Professional Neuropsychology to present. Chair. NJPA Council on Legislative Affairs Executive Board Member at Large. N.J. Psychological Association Board Member. NJPA Foundation to CoChair. NJPA Committee on Neuropsychology to 2001 & Member to Board Member. Mercer County Psychological Association to present.
6 Page%6%of%18% CoChair. NJPA Shocking Violence Conference, March, President. N.J. Neuropsychological Society Board County Affiliate Representative. N.J. Psychological Association Member. NJPA Council on Legislative Affairs to Program Chair. Mercer County Psychological Association Member. Hospital Privileges Implementation Committee, NJPA to Membership Chair. N.J. Neuropsychological Society Reviewer & Member. Joint Committee on Standards for Educational & Psychological Testing, 1996 to Secretary. Mercer County Psychological Association to Board Trustee. New Jersey Neuropsychological Society & Continuing Medical Education Coordinator. Psychiatry Department, Helene Fuld Medical Center, Trenton, N.J to 1992 and St. Francis Medical Center, Trenton, N.J to Advisor. Mercer County Medical Society Auxiliary. Trenton, N.J to Membership Chair. Mercer County Medical Society Auxiliary. Trenton, N.J to President. Mercer County Medical Society Auxiliary. Trenton, N.J to Medical Advisory Committee for Alzheimer s Unit. Lawrenceville Nursing Home, Lawrenceville, N.J. Member, 1987 to Medical Spouse Support Group Chairperson. Medical Society of New Jersey Auxiliary Program Committee Chairperson. Mercer County Medical Society Auxiliary, New Jersey Medical Spouse Support Group Coordinator. Mercer County Medical Society Auxiliary, New Jersey to Council on Mental Health. Medical Society of New Jersey. Member, 1988 to Health Projects Chairperson. Mercer County Medical Society Auxiliary, New Jersey to PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS (Past and Present) American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology American College of Professional Neuropsychology American Psychological Association: Division memberships in Neuropsychology (Fellow), Rehabilitation, Independent Practice, Sports Psychology American Society for Clinical Hypnosis International Brain Injury Association International Neuropsychological Society Mercer County Psychological Association National Academy of Neuropsychology: Fellow New Jersey Association for Cognitive Therapy New Jersey Psychological Association New Jersey Neuropsychological Society Pennsylvania Psychological Association: Fellow, Division of Clinical Psychology Philadelphia Neuropsychological Society
7 Page%7%of%18% Sports Neuropsychology Society AWARDS & HONORS 2014: Best in Fitness Award, Philadelphia Suburban 2013: National Italian American Hall of Fame Award. 2012: Top Doc, Philadelphia Suburban Magazine. 2010: Certificate of Appreciation, National Academy of Neuropsychology, Women in Leadership. 2005: Fellow, American Psychological Association. 2004: American Association for the Advancement of Psychology, Honoree. 2004: New Jersey Psychological Association Foundation Honoree, Visionary & Creator of the Shocking Violence Conference Series. 2003: Two special honors/resolutions from the NJ Assembly and NJ Senate for service. 2003: New Jersey Psychological Political Action Committee Honoree 2003: American Psychological Assn. Heiser Presidential Award for Psych. Advocacy 2001: Fellow, National Academy of Neuropsychology 2000: NJ Psychological Association Media Award Multiple citations in Who s Who in America, Who s Who in American Women, Who s Who in the East, Who s Who in Science & Engineering, Who s Who in Medicine & Healthcare. Multiple past attainments of the Psychologist Recognition Award for Continuing Education in New Jersey. 1981: Pi Lambda Theta, Outstanding Doctoral Student of the Year Award, University of Pennsylvania 1980: Outstanding Young Women of America Award 1978: University of Pennsylvania Scholarship Award Phi Delta Kappa, Education Honor Society, Member 1977: University of Pennsylvania Scholarship Award Phi Lambda Theta, Education Honor Society, Member 1976: Graduated Magna Cum Laude with Honors in Psychology Speaking Engagements for the following groups (a sample): Access Sports, Philadelphia American Boychoir School American Psychological Association Athletics Directors Association of New Jersey Athletic Trainers Association of New Jersey Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey Capital Health System, Trenton, New Jersey Directors of Athletics Association of New Jersey Directors of Parks and Recreation of New Jersey Elmwood Park Recreation Association, NJ Howell Ice Rink, Howell, NJ
8 Page%8%of%18% Hun School of Princeton, NJ International Brain Injury Association International Conference on Behavioral Health and Traumatic Brain Injury Institute for Continuing Education, New York, NY Lawrence Hockey Association, NJ Montgomery Pop Warner Football, NJ Medical Society of New Jersey Mercer Area Psychology Society Mercer County Medical Society Auxiliary Mercer Epilepsy Self-Help at St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center National Academy of Neuropsychology New Castle High School, Norman, Oklahoma New Jersey Neuropsychological Society New Jersey Parks and Recreation New Jersey Psychological Association New Jersey Society of Medical Technology New Jersey South Lacrosse New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association New Jersey School Psychologists Association Notre Dame High School, NJ Philadelphia Neuropsychological Society Princeton Day School, NJ Princeton Middle School, NJ ProSkate Ice Rink, Princeton, NJ Robert Wood Johnson University at Hamilton Hospital, NJ Speech, Language and Hearing Association of Central New Jersey Sports Neuropsychology Society St. Francis Medical Center, Trenton, NJ St. Joseph s Medical Center, Paterson, NJ Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart, NJ Trenton Titans Coaches & Players Clinic United Synagogue Youth University Medical Princeton Villanova University West Windsor Plainsboro North High School PRESS & MEDIA FEATURES/INTERVIEWS ABC TV News-New York CBS TV News-New York CBS TV News-National CBS Radio-National CH QR77 Radio-Calgary, Alberta Comcast Cable TV Newsmakers New Jersey Monthly NJN TV News
9 Page%9%of%18% NJ TV NJ-12 TV NJ Radio Philadelphia Inquirer Press of Atlantic City Princeton Packet, New Jersey Reuters Senior PGA Tour-Instinet Classic Suburban Life Magazine The Star Ledger-New Jersey The Record-New Jersey The Times-Trenton, New Jersey Town Topics-Princeton, New Jersey UPN TV News - Channel 9 Secaucus US 1 Mercer County, New Jersey Washington Times WBUD Radio- Trenton WHYY- Philadelphia WZBN TV-Mercer County WTKR TV-New Jersey WPVI TV-Philadelphia In 2012, extensive radio interview nationwide for Book Tour for Ahead of the Game. Feature Documentary Movie: The Smartest Team. Release date: DVD: Interviews on Concussion with Ron Jaworski. MEDIA PRINT ARTICLES & CITATIONS Doyle, K. (October 29, 2013). Kids need help returning to school after concussion. Reuters Health; Baltimore Sun; LA Times. Healy, M. (October 28, 2013). Post concussion return to learning also a tough decision. Chicago Tribune. Gordon, E. (September, 11, 2013). Young athletes getting message on concussion, but policy challenges remain. WHYY Radio Newsworks. Sciarotta, S. (September, 2013). Headgear draws praise, criticism. Princeton Echo. p Shaw, S. A. (July, 2013). Hitting back. Suburban Life Magazine. Moser, R.S. (March, 2013). Rest is best. USA Hockey Magazine. D Alessandro, D. (March 17, 2013). Scientists claim that link between concussions and CTE is "unproven" could impact NFL lawsuits. Star Ledger, NJ.com. D Alessandro, D. (January 27, 2013). Advancements in head trauma research could be true
10 Page%10%of%18% game-changer. Star Ledger, NJ.com. Burling, S. (October 19, 2012). A new course for concussions. The Philadelphia Inquirer. Kelly, C. (September 16, 2012). New Pop Warner Concussion Rules. My Central Jersey.com/NJmedia.com/Asbury Park Press, Gannett Papers. Editorial Board of the Times of Trenton. (September 4, 2012). Editorial: Sports-related brain injury, learn to recognize it, prevent it. NJ.com. Davis, M. (August 26, 2012). Lawrence woman speaks out about the dangers of concussions. The Times of Trenton. Grens, K. (June 8, 2012). Mind and body rest tied to concussion healing: study. Reuters.com. McKelvey, W. (October 8, 2011). Reported concussions in children increases due to rising awareness of symptoms, new treatments. Press of Atlantic City. Friedman, J. (November 11, 2011). Seminar begins to discuss policy to reduce concussion in sports. The Star Ledger, New Jersey. Moser, R. S. (August, 2011). Are you and your child s school ready for the new concussion law? Town Topics, Princeton, NJ. Business & Healthcare News. (November, 2010). Facing Concussions Head On. Ladies Home Journal.! Moser, R. S. (August, 2010). Back to School, Back to Sports, Back to Concussion Risk. Town Topics, Princeton, NJ. MacInnes, Alexander (February 5, 2010). Passaic Valley High School hopes policy will decrease brain injuries in athletes. The Record, New Jersey. Malone, Nina. (January 13, 2010). Dedicated Sports Concussion Help. U.S. 1 News, New Jersey. Rinde, Meir. (January 10, 2010). Concussion: The Invisible Danger. The Times of Trenton. Marcus, Aaron. (July 30, 2009). Brain Recovery Making Strides. Washington Times. Gaudio, Tom. (July 22, 2008). Boomerang Kids. The Princeton Packet. p Moser, R. & Smith, C. (January 20, 2006). Specialists focus upon aiding the recovery of stroke victims. The Princeton Packet. 15 A. Parker, Hilary. (October 7, 2005). Bench Time: The use of baseline screening is on the rise in dealing with sports concussion. The Princeton Packet. 7A.
11 Page%11%of%18% Fitzgerald, Susan. (December 16, 2002). Concussion s repercussions. The Philadelphia Inquirer. Philadelphia, PA. p.d01. Moser, R. (May, 16, 2002). Sports psychology: It s simply a case of mind over matter for sports athletes. Inside the ropes, Official Senior PGA Tour-Instinet Classic Pairing. McCartin, K. (Sunday, April 1, 2001). Helping a child weather grief. The Times. Trenton, New Jersey. Handelman, L. (August 18, 1998). Softening the blow. The Princeton Packet. Mount, B. (1998). New Foods for Health & Healing. Emmaus, PA: Rodale Press. McCartin, K. (March 23, 1997). Feminine & Familial: Mothers & Daughters. The Times, Trenton, N.J. Hoffman, M. (1996). Disease Free. New York: Berkley Books. St. Francis Medical Center. (1994). Strong Parenting skills keep kids drug free. Health News, Summer edition. Hulkin-Salkin, B. (1990). Wired. New Jersey Monthly. 15, (3). Faelton, S. & Diamond, D. (1988). Take Control of Your Life: A Complete Guide to Stress Relief. Emmaus, PA: Rodale Press. RESEARCH GRANTS Department of Defense International Brain Research Foundation Disorders of Conscious Advanced Care Protocol. One of four key investigators on a $6.4 million grant from the U.S. DoD. American Association for Counseling and Development. Washington, D.C. Professional Enhancement Grant to To study computerized career guidance and career exploration in learning disabled high school students. American College Testing Program. Hunt Valley, MD to Recipient of grant to conduct research on the applications and incorporation of DISCOVER, a computer based career guidance system, in a counselor training program. PUBLICATIONS & RESEARCH Moser, R. S., Schatz, P., Glenn, M., Kollias, K. E., & Iverson, G. L. (2014). Examining
12 Page%12%of%18% prescribed rest as treatment for adolescents who are slow to recover from concussion. Brain Injury. DOI: / Schatz, P., Karpf, R., Rush, E., Moser, R.S. (2014). Prevalence of concussion, post-concussion assessments, and days to medical clearance in high school students. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 29(6): Schatz, P., Kelley, T., Ott, S., Solomon, G., Elbin, R.J., Higgins, K., & Moser, R. S. (2014). Utility of repeated assessment following invalid baseline performance. Journal of Athletic Training. Moser, R.S., Schatz, P. & Lichtenstein, J. (2013). The importance of proper administration and interpretation of neuropsychological baseline and post-concussion computerized testing. Applied Neuropsychology-Child. Lichtenstein, J.D., Moser, R.S., Schatz, P., & Glatts, C. (2013). Age and test setting affect the prevalence of invalid baseline neurocognitive test scores. American Journal of Sports Medicine. DeFina, P, Moser, R.S., Glenn, M., Lichtenstein, J.D., & Fellus, J. (2013). Alzheimer s disease clinical and research update for health care practitioners. Journal of Aging Research. vol. 2013, Article ID , doi: /2013/ Moser, R. S. & Schatz, P. (2012). A case for mental and physical rest in youth sports concussion: It s never too late. Frontiers in Neuroscience: Sports Neurology. Moser, R. S., Glatts, C. & Schatz P. (2012). Efficacy of immediate and delayed cognitive and physical rest following sports-related concussion. Journal of Pediatrics. Schatz, P., Moser, R.S., Solomon, G. S., Ott, S. D., & Karpf, R. (2012). Incidence of invalid computerized baseline neurocognitive test results in high school and college students. Journal of Athletic Training. Sandel, N. K. & Moser, R. S. (2012). What psychologists need to know about youth concussion. New Jersey Psychologist. Moser, R. S. (2012). Ahead of the Game: The Parents Guide to Youth Sports Concussion. University Press of New England-Dartmouth College Press. Moser R. S., Schatz P., Neidzwski K., Ott, S.D. (2011). Group vs. Individual Administration Affects Baseline Neurocognitive Test Performance. American Journal of Sports Medicine. DOI: / Schatz, P., Moser, R.S., Covassin, T., & Karpf, R. (2011). Early indicators of enduring symptoms in high school athletes with multiple previous concussions. Neurosurgery. Schatz, P, Moser, R. S. (2011). Current issues in pediatric sports concussion. New Jersey, 25(6): Moser, R. S., Charlton-Fryer, A., Berardinelli, S. (2010). Youth and sports concussions: A heads up on the growing public health concern. In F. Webbe (Ed.), Handbook of Sport Neuropsychology. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company. DeFina, P. A. & Moser, R. S. (2010). A summary of neuroscience contributions to the understanding of dyscalculia in children. In A. S. Davis (Ed.), Handbook of Pediatric Neuropsychology. New York, NY: Springer Publishing Company. % DeFina, P. A., Fellus, J., Thompson, J. W. G., Eller, M., Moser, R. S., Frisina, P. G., Schatz, P., DeLuca, J., Zigarelli-McNish, M., & Prestigiacomo, C. J. (2010). Improving outcomes of severe disorders of consciousness. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, 28 (6). Schatz, P. Neidzwski, K., Moser, R.S. & Karpf, R. (2010). Relationship between subjective test
13 Page%13%of%18% feedback provided by high school athletes during computer-based assessment of baseline cognitive functioning and self-reported symptoms. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology. DeFina, P. A. Fellus, J., Thompson, J. W. G.., Eller, M., Moser, R. S., Frisina, P. G., Schatz, P., DeLuca, J., Zigarelli-McNish, M., Fallahpour, K., & Prestigiacomo, C. J. (2010). Improving outcomes of severe disorders of consciousness (abstract). Brain Injury. Supplement. Moser, R. S., Thompson, J., Eller, M., DeFina, P., Kuflik, A. (2010). Challenges in consent and assent in severe disorders of consciousness patients (abstract). Brain Injury. Supplement. Barbrack, C. R. & Moser, R. S. (2010). Compliance in professional practice series: Proper employment of unlicensed providers in your practice. New Jersey Psychologist. Zitnay, G. & Moser, R. S. (2009). (Eds.) Special Issue: Proceedings of the International Conference on Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 23 (8). Moser, R. S. & Zitnay, G. (2009). Addressing the needs of wounded military veterans: An introduction to the special issue. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 23 (8), DeFina, P., Fellus, F., Polito, M.Z., Thompson, J. W. G., Moser, R. S., & DeLuca, J. (2009). The new neuroscience frontier: Promoting neuroplasticity and brain repair in traumatic brain injury. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 23 (8), Schatz, P., Neidzwski, K., & Moser, R. (2009). Athlete's subjective feedback on baseline neurocognitive testing is related to decreased performance (abstract). Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 24, 502. Moser, R. S. (2008). Q & A about the role of neuroscience and neuropsychology in the assessment and treatment of learning disorders. In E. Fletcher-Janzen & C. R. Reynolds (Eds). Neuropsychological Perspectives on Learning Disabilities in the Era of RTI: Recommendations for Diagnosis and Intervention. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. Moser, R. S., Frantz, C. E., & Brick, J. (2008). Neuropsychological consequences of substance abuse. In J. Brick (Ed), Medical Consequences of Drug Abuse, Second Edition. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press. Moser, R. S., Iverson, G., Echemendia, R., Lovell, M., Schatz, P., Webbe, F., Ruff, R., Barth, J., et al. (2007). NAN Position Paper: Neuropsychological evaluation in the diagnosis and management of sports-related concussion. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 22, Moser, R. (2007). The growing public health concern of sports concussion: The New psychology practice frontier. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 38 (6), Moser, R. S. (2007). Book review: Sports neuropsychology: Assessment and management of traumatic brain injury. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 22, Silver, C., Blackburn, L., Arffa, S., Barth, J., Bush, S., Koffler, S., Pliskin, N., Reynolds, C., Ruff, R., Troster, A., Moser, R., Elliott, R. (2006). The importance of neuropsychological assessment for the evaluation of childhood learning disorders. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 21 (7), Moser, R. S. (2006). Book review: The psychology of religion. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 21 (4), Moser, R.S., Schatz, P., Jordan, B. (2005). The prolonged effects of
14 Page%14%of%18% sports-related concussion in high school athletes. Neurosurgery, 57, Moser, R. S. & Barbrack, C. (2005). The Sports Concussion Practice Tool. Pittsburgh, PA: ImPACT Applications, Inc. Moser, R. S. & Barbrack, C. (2004). Note-taking for the busy practitioner: Record forms for mental health practice. Lawrenceville, NJ: Practice Shapers, LLC. Moser, R.S. (Ed.). (2004). Committee of State Leaders Advocacy Guidebook. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Moser, R.S. & Frantz, C.E. (2003). Neuropsychological consequences of substance abuse. In J. Brick (Ed.), Medical Consequences of Drug Abuse. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press. Moser, R.S. (2003). Recipe for fundraising. Advance. Association for the Advancement of Psychology. Moser, R.S. (2003). Book Review: Cognitive Rehabilitation. Journal of Psychiatry and Law, 31, Moser, R.S. & Barbrack, C. (April, 2003). HIPAA: An introduction. New Jersey Neuropsychological Society Newsletter. Moser, R.S. & Frantz, C. (Eds). (2003). Shocking Violence II: Disaster, war, and terrorism affecting our youth. Springfield, Il.: Charles C. Thomas. Moser, R.S. (2003). Violent disaster, war, and terrorism affecting our youth: An Introduction. In R.S. Moser & C. Frantz (Eds.), Shocking Violence II: Disaster, War, and Terrorism Affecting Our Youth. Springfield, Il.: Charles C. Thomas. Moser, R.S. & Schatz, P. (2002). Enduring effects of concussion in youth athletes. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 17, Moser, R.S. (Fall, 2000). Protecting the brains of student athletes: The importance of concussion assessment. Psychological Corporation: Assessment Focus Newsletter, 10 (2), 3. Moser, R.S. (2000). Book Review: Forensic Neuropsychology: Fundamentals and Practice. Journal of Psychiatry and Law, 28, Moser, R.S. & Barbrack, C. (Fall, 2000). An urgent call: Treating psychologists are not expert witnesses. The Independent Practitioner. APA: Division 42. Moser, R.S. & Frantz, C.E. (Eds.) (2000). Shocking Violence: Youth Perpetrators & Victims. Springfield, Il.: Charles C. Thomas, Publishers. Frantz, C. & Moser, R.S. (2000). Youth violence and victimization: An introduction. In R. S. Moser & C. Frantz (Eds.), Shocking Violence: Youth Perpetrators & Victims. Springfield, Il.: Charles C. Thomas, Publishers. Wauters, J. & Moser, R.S. (2000). Religious and spiritual factors in youth violence. In R.S. Moser & C. Frantz (Eds.), Shocking Violence: Youth Perpetrators & Victims. Springfield, Il.: Charles C. Thomas, Publishers. Moser, R.S. ( ). Psychological factors and treatment issues in reflex Sympathetic dystrophy. Advances in Medical Psychotherapy. 10, Moser, R.S. (1999). Clinical neuropsychology. In Practice Information Clearinghouse of Knowledge (PICK), Division 42. American Psychological Association. Moser, R.S. & Silikovitz, R. (1999). Maintaining client records. New Jersey Psychologist. 49 (4), Moser, R.S. (1999). The neuropsychologist as psychologist. Brain Injury Source. 3 (2),
15 Page%15%of%18% Moser, R.S. (1999). The psychologist s role in chronic pain of reflex sympathetic dystrophy. New Jersey Psychologist. 49 (2), Moser, R.S. (January/February, 1999). Forensic psychology: Documentation of informed consent in psychotherapy. The Forensic Examiner. 8, (1&2), 31. Moser, R.S. (November, 1998). Knock knock: Concussion from sports injuries. New Jersey Medicine. Moser, R.S. & Seebauer, E. (1996). Understanding memory disorders in older adults. Mercer County Medicine, Spring, Moser, R.S. (1991). Newer strategies in the management of malignant brain tumors: A lecture summary. Mercer County Medicine, 22 (5), 5. Moser, R.S. (1991). Spouse Abuse: The female victim of physical violence. Mercer County Medicine, 22 (7) (Reprinted in The Shingle (1992), 23 (1), 1-2). Moser, R.S. (1988). Medical Spouse Support Group. Mercer County Medical Society Journal, 20 (8), 6. Moser, R.S. (1988). A career exploration program for learning disabled high school students. Grant report for the American Association for Counseling and Development. Moser, R.S. (1987). Role-taking skills and perceived similarity in baccalaureate nursing students. Journal of Nursing Education, 26 (6), Moser, R.S. (1986). Irritable bowel syndrome: A misunderstood psychophysiological affliction. Journal of Counseling and Development, 65 (2), Moser, R.S. (1984). The measurement of role taking in young adults. Journal of Personality Assessment, 48, (4), Moser, R.S. (1984). Perceived role-taking behavior and course grades in junior year college nursing students. Journal of Nursing Education, 23, (7), Moser, R.S. (1982). Correlates of perceived role-taking behavior in fraternity and Sorority college students. Resources in Education, ERIC/CAPS Clearinghouse, ED Document # Moser, R.S. (1981). Correlates of perceived role-taking behavior in fraternity and sorority college students. Doctoral dissertation, University of Pennsylvania. Scolaro, R. (1976). Training the general skill of short cuts. Honors thesis in psychology, University of Pennsylvania. INTERNATIONAL/NATIONAL/REGIONAL PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS & POSTERS (Numerous state and local presentations are not listed here) Moser RS, Kollias K, Grossner E, Schatz P. (2015). ImPACT test-retest reliability in young athletes. Poster presentation at the 3 rd Annual Conference of the Sports Neuropsychology Society, Atlanta GA. May Moser, R. S. (2014). Best Practices in Concussion Management: Evidence for Rest, Exercise and Vestibular, Cognitive, and Emotional Rehabilitation. American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, Toronto, Canada, November 7-10, Schatz, P., Moser, R. S., Rush, E., & Karpf, R. (2014). Prevalence of Concussion, Post- Concussion Assessments, and Days to Medical Clearance in High School Students. National Academy of Neuropsychology, 34th Annual Conference, Fajardo, Puerto Rico, November 12-15, 2014.
16 Page%16%of%18% Moser, R. S. Cognitive Rest: Is it really best? (2014). MomsTEAM Institute Summit on Youth Sports. Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA. Sept. 8, Moser, R.S., Glenn, M., Schatz, P. (2014). Evidence for the Utility of Comprehensive Rest in Youth Concussion. Sports Neuropsychology Society Concussion Symposium, Poster Presentation, Dallas, Texas. April 25-16, Moser, R.S., Karpf, R., Schatz, P. (2014). Relationship Between History of Previous Concussion and the Risk of Sustaining a New Concussion. Sports Neuropsychology Society, Poster Presentation, Concussion Symposium, Dallas, Texas. April 25-16, Lichtenstein, J., Moser, R. S., Glatts, C. & Schatz, P. (2013). Frequency of invalid ImPACT baselines in a private practice setting: The implications of age. 11 th Annual Conference of the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology. Poster Presentation. Chicago, Ill. June Moser, R. S. (2013). Rest improves concussion symptoms in youth even when rest is delayed: A preliminary study. The 2013 International Sports Concussion Symposium. Poster Presentation, Minneapolis, Minn. May 3-4, Moser, R. S. (2013). Models and logistics of sports concussion practice: Panel Member. The 2013 International Sports Concussion Symposium. Minneapolis, Minn. May 3-4, Moser, R. S. (2013). Sports Concussion: Is Your Head Spinning Yet? Annual Conference of the Directors of Parks and Recreation of New Jersey. Atlantic City, March 5, Moser, R. S. (2013). Sports Concussion Update. Annual Conference of Directors of Athletics of New Jersey. Atlantic City, March 20, Moser, R. S. (2013). Sports Concussion: The New Jersey Law. NJ State Interscholastic Athletic Association. Robbinsville, NJ, March 13, Moser, R. S. (2012). Mild traumatic brain injury. Is it really mild? Capital Health Annual Brain Conference on Optimizing the Brain. Hopewell, NJ, November 13, Moser, R. S. (2012). Update on Sports Concussion. An Inside Look at Sports Concussion: Access Sports, Villanova University, Philadelphia, PA. November 14, Moser, R. S. (2012). Ahead of the Game: The Update on Youth Sports Concussion. Brain Injury Alliance of New Jersey. Annual Seminar, Eatontown, NJ, May 17, Moser, R. S. (2012). Sports Concussion Management. Directors of Athletic Associations of New Jersey. Annual Conference, Atlantic City, NJ, March 13, Moser, R. S. (2012). Youth Sports Concussion 2012 Update: The Evidence for Rest (It's Never Too Late!) & A Model for Academic Accommodations. Philadelphia Neuropsychological Society, February 29, Moser, R. S. (2011). Youth Concussion Management, Cognitive Rest, and Academic Planning. Medical Society of New Jersey. St. Joseph s Medical Center, Paterson, NJ, November 18, 2011.! Moser, R. S. (2011). Adolescent concussion and cognitive rest. ATSNJ Second Annual Sports Concussion Summit, Plainsboro, New Jersey, July 17, Moser, R. S. (2011). Military Traumatic Brain Injury and Post Traumatic Stress. Institute for Continuing Education, New York, NY, March 22, DeFina, P., Fellus, J., Thompson, J., Eller, M., Moser, R. S., Frisina, P., Schatz, P., DeLuca, J., Zigarelli-McNish, M., Fallahpour, K., & Prestigiacomo, C. (2010). Improving outcomes of severe disorders of consciousness. European Federation of Autonomic Societies, Taormina, Italy, May 12-15, 2010 & Salerno International Conference on Coma and Consciousness, Salerno, Italy, July 4-7, 2010.
17 Page%17%of%18% Moser, R. S., Thompson, J., Eller, M., DeFina, P., Kuflik, A. Challenges in consent and assent in severe disorders of consciousness patients. (2010). Annual Congress of the International Brain Injury Association, Washington, DC, March 10-14, DeFina, P. A. Fellus, J., Thompson, J. W. G.., Eller, M., Moser, R. S., Frisina, P. G., Schatz, P., DeLuca, J., Zigarelli-McNish, M., Fallahpour, K., & Prestigiacomo, C. J. (2010). Improving outcomes of severe disorders of consciousness. Poster presentation at the Annual Congress of the International Brain Injury Association, Washington, DC, March 10-14, Schatz, P., Neidzwski, K., & Moser, R. (2009). Athlete's subjective feedback on baseline neurocognitive testing is related to decreased performance. Poster presentation at the 29th Annual Conference of the National Academy of Neuropsychology, New Orleans, LA, November, Moser, R. S. (2008). Neuropsychological Evaluation and Concussion: A heads up on current identification and management. International Conference on Behavioral Health and Traumatic Brain Injury, Paterson, NJ, October, Moser, R.S. (with Pimental, P. & Gregor, M.) (2008). Visionary Practice Management: What s In Your Toolkit? I: Blueprints and Design Essentials. Annual Conference of the National Academy of Neuropsychology, New York, NY, October, Moser, R.S. (with Pimental, P. & Gregor, M.) (2008). Visionary Practice Management: What s In Your Toolkit? Part II: Nuts, Bolts, and Glue. Annual Conference of the National Academy of Neuropsychology, New York, NY, October Moser, R. S. (2005). Sports concussion practice update. Annual Conference of the National Academy of Neuropsychology, Tampa, Fl., October, Moser, R.S., Collins, M., Lovell, M., & Schatz, P. (2004). Knock knock: Opening the door to youth sports concussion services. Annual Conference of the National Academy of Neuropsychology, Seattle, WA, October, Moser, R.S. (2004). Workshop Presenter. Effective management of diversity in state and provincial psychological associations. 112th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, Hawaii, July 28, Moser, R.S. (2004). Workshop Chair. Building foresight in advocacy efforts: Creating the crystal ball. State Leadership Conference, American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C., March, Moser, R.S. (2003). Coordinator/Introducer at the Neuropsychology of drug abuse workshop. Annual Conference of the National Academy of Neuropsychology, Dallas, Texas, November, 16, Moser, R.S. (2003). Discussant/Coordinator at Advocacy Mentoring Workshop: Committee of State Leaders. 111th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada, August 8, Moser, R.S. (2002). Nuts and bolts of managing a non-profit organization. State Leadership Forum, Break-out Group Leader, 110th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, Ill., August 23, Moser, R.S. (2001). Town Hall: Current issues in professional neuropsychology. Town Hall Presenter/Leader, Annual meeting of the Coalition of Clinical Practitioners in Neuropsychology. San Francisco, CA., November, Moser, R.S. (2001). Workshop Presenter. Managing client records: A challenge for the neuropsychologist. 109th Annual Convention of the American Psychological
18 Page%18%of%18% Association, San Francisco, CA. August, Moser, R. S. & Schatz, P. (2001). Enduring effects of concussion in youth. Paper presented at the New Developments in Sports-Related Concussion Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, July, Moser, R.S. (1999). Neuropsychological findings in an education, assessment, and research program for sports concussion in youth. Paper presented at the Sports- Related Concussion & Nervous Systems Injury Conference. Orlando, FL. May Moser, R.S. (1998). Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy & Psychological Factors in Personal Injury & Workmen s Compensation Cases. Workshop Presenter, American College of Forensic Examiners Annual Conference. Naples, FL. October Moser, R.S. (1983). Perceived role-taking behavior and role-taking task performance in nursing students. Paper presented at the Fifth-fourth Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association. Philadelphia, PA, April 6-9. Moser, R.S. (1982). Correlates of perceived role-taking behavior in fraternity and sorority college students. Paper presented at the Fifth-third Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association. Baltimore, Maryland, April %
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