Daniel Seichepine

Assistant Professor of Psychology and Neuropsychology

Neuropsychology, B.S.
Psychology Minor
Psychology, B.A.
UNH Manchester
Office 525
Phone: 
603-641-4356

Profile

Dr. Daniel Seichepine is an assistant professor of neuropsychology and psychology at the University of New Hampshire in Manchester. He is a clinical neuropsychologist with specialization in dementia and sports-related mild traumatic brain injury (i.e. concussion). He has published several peer-reviewed publications on sports-related mild traumatic brain injury, Parkinson’s disease, and normal aging. His current research program is examining the long-term effects of repetitive sports-related mild traumatic brain injuries on cognition, mood and behavior.

Courses

  • PSYC 401: Introduction to Psychology
  • PSYC 402: Statistics in Psychology
  • PSYC 531: Psychobiology
  • PSYC 731: Brain and Behavior
  • PSYC 733: Drugs and Behavior

Affiliations

  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts Licensed to practice psychology in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • Massachusetts Neuropsychological Society
  • Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society

Awards

  • Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) 2012-2013 Institutional Research Training Grant (T32)
  • National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Mental Health, 2003-2004 Geriatric Psychiatry Branch Post-baccalaureate Intramural Research Training Award Fellowship

Publications

A selection of published works by Professor Seichepine

  • Seichepine, D.R., et. al, (2014). Side and type of initial motor symptom influences visuospatial functioning in Parkinson’s disease. Journal of Parkinson’s Disease [epub ahead of print].
  • Stern, R.A., Daneshvar, D. H., Baugh, C.M., Seichepine, D.R., Montenigro, P.H., Riley, D.O., Fritts, N.G., Stamm, J.S., Robbins, C.A., McHale, L., Simkin, I., Stein, T. D., Alvarez, V.E., Goldstein, L.E., Budson, A.E., Kowall, N.W., Nowinski, C.J., Cantu, R.C., & McKee, A.C. (2013) Clinical presentation of chronic traumatic encephalopathy. Neurology, 81 (13), 1122-1129.
  • Seichepine, D.R., et. al, (2013). Profile of self-reported problems with executive functioning in college and professional football players. Journal of Neurotrauma, 30 (14), 1299-1304.
  • Seichepine, D.R., et. al. (2012). Luminance affects age-related contrast deficits in object detection: Implications for computerized assessments of real-world tasks.Psychology and Aging, 27 (2), 522-528.
  • Seichepine, D.R., et. al, (2011). Relation of Parkinson’s disease subtypes to visual activities of daily living. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 17 (5), 1-12.
  • Stavitsky, K., Du, Y., Seichepine, D., Laudate, T.M., Beiser, A., Sehadri, S., Decarli, C., & Wolf, P.A. & Au, R. (2010). White matter hyperintensity and cognitive functioning in the ethnic minority cohort of the Framingham heart study.Neuroepidemiology 35 (2), 117-122.
  • Malley-Morrison, K., Daskalopoulos, M., Gefter, J., Wenger, J., Hashin, K., Seichepine, D.R., Zaveri, T., Harlin, D.M., Sung, C., Rossi, F., Rinsky, Rapoza, K. (2006). International perspectives on war and peace. Peace Psychology.Newsletter of the Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict and Violence: Peace Psychology Division of the American Psychological Association, 15, (1), 6-7.

Education

  • Post-doctoral Fellowship in Neuropsychology, 2011-2013 Boston University School of Medicine
  • Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, 2011 Boston University
  • American Psychological Association-approved Internship, 2010 Dartmouth Medical School
  • M.A., Psychology, 2005 Boston University
  • B.A., Psychology, 2002 California State University, Chico
  • A.A., General Liberal Arts and Sciences, 1998 Ventura College

Grants

  • Boston University Environmental Health Core Pilot Project Grant 2014 Co Principal Investigator Award.
  • The Center for the Integration of Medicine and Innovative Technology 2012 Young Clinician Research Award

Speakers Bureau

Speaking topics
  • Science Behind Conssusion
  • Is it Normal Aging or Alzheimer's Dementia?