Dr. Brown is a clinical and forensic psychologist licensed in Louisiana. She specializes in criminal forensic evaluations including competency to stand trial and violence risk as well as assessment of intellectual and cognitive ability, personality, and social/emotional functioning. She has several years of experience conducting evaluations of competency to stand trial, violence risk, and other mental health related issues and has been qualified as an expert witness in multiple Louisiana jurisdictions.
Medical Record Review
Pennington Biomedical Research Center-Bariatric and Metabolic Institute - Baton Rouge, LA, US
Private Practice - Baton Rouge, Louisiana, US
criminal forensic evaluations
Southeastern Veterans Health Care System - Baton Rouge, Louisiana, US
Eastern Louisiana Mental Health System - Jackson, Louisiana, US
Northeast Florida State Hospital - Macclenny, Florida, US
Alliant International University - San Diego, California, United States
M.S. Clinical Psychopharmacology
Louisiana State University - Baton Rogue, Louisiana, United States
Ph.D. Clinical Psychology
A multidimensional assessment of social cognition in psychometrically defined schizotypy
Towards a cognitive resource limitations model of diminished expression in schizotypy.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology
Conceptualizing schizotypal ambivalence: Factor structure and its relationships.
Journal of Nervous Mental Disease
Olfaction, “olfiction,” and the schizophrenia spectrum: An updated meta-analysis on identification and acuity.
The state-trait disjunction of anhedonia in schizophrenia: Potential affective, cognitive and social-based mechanisms.
Clinical Psychology Review
The psychiatric symptomatology of deficit schizophrenia: A meta-analysis.
Affective disturbances in psychometrically defined schizotypy across direct, but not indirect assessment modes.
Facial emotion recognition in schizotypy: The role of accuracy and social cognitive bias.
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society
Toward a more psychometrically sound brief measure of schizotypal traits: Introducing the SPQ-Brief Revised.
Journal of Personality Disorders
The relationship between atypical semantic activation and odd speech in schizotypy across emotionally evocative conditions.