Daniel Seichepine

Assistant Professor of Psychology and Neuropsychology

Neuropsychology, B.S.
Psychology Minor
Psychology, B.A.
UNH Manchester
Office 525


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.


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


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


  • 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


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.


  • 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


  • 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?