Dr. William C. Culbertson
is a clinical neuropsychologist in private practice,
specializing in the assessment and treatment of children and
adolescents, particularly those with attention-deficit
hyperactivity disorder. He
received his doctorate degree from Rutgers University and
completed a postdoctoral fellowship in neuropsychology at
Drexel University. Dr.
Culbertson is a licensed clinical psychologist and a Diplomate
in Psychopharmacology. He has developed a neuropsychological clinic, published in
the field of neuropsychology, presented at professional
conferences, and served as a Visiting Professor at Drexel
he contributed two chapters on developmental, learning and
neuropsychiatric disorders of childhood to the text, Principles
Eric A. Zillmer
is Pacifico Professor of Neuropsychology at Drexel University.
He received his doctoral degree from Florida
Technology, completed his internship at Eastern Virginia
Medical School, and completed a two-year postdoctoral
fellowship at the University of Virginia Health Sciences
Zillmer, a licensed clinical psychologist, is a Fellow of the
College of Physicians of Philadelphia, the American
Psychological Association, the Society for Personality
Assessment, and the National Academy of Neuropsychology.
He has written extensively, having published numerous
articles, book chapters, and books, including Neuropsychological
Assessment and Intervention, The Quest for the Nazi
Psychological Investigation of Nazi War Criminals, and Principles
of Neuropsychology. Dr.
Zillmer is on the editorial boards of Assessment, Journal
of Personality Assessment, and Journal of Forensic