Linda R. Sapin, PH.D.

Biography : 

Dr. Linda Sapin received a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. She received an M.A. in Psychology at Hunter College in New York. Dr. Sapin completed a postdoctoral fellowship in neuropsychology at Beth Israel Medical center in New York City. She is the Director of Neuropsychology at The Neurology Center. Dr. Sapin is a member of the International Neuropsychological Society, National Academy of Neuropsychology, American Psychological Association, Division of Clinical Neuropsychology and National Register for Health Service Providers in Psychology.

Curriculum Vitae : 
OFFICE ADDRESS: The Neurology Center, P.A.
2730 University Boulevard, West
Suite 410
Wheaton, MD 20902
BUSINESS TELEPHONE: (301) 562-7200
CITIZENSHIP: USA
LICENSURE: Psychologist, Maryland
Clinical Psychologist, Virginia
EDUCATION: George Washington University
Washington, DC
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology
1981-1986
  Hunter College
New York, NY
M.A., Psychology
1976-1978
  School of Visual Arts
New York, NY
B.F.A., Fine Arts
1974-1976
  Carnegie-Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA
Fine Arts major, Music minor
1972-1974
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:  
1987 - Present Director of Neuropsychology
The Neurology Center, P.A.
1996 Neuropsychologist
Green Spring of Maryland
Columbia, MD
1991-1993 Consulting Neuropsychologist
Department of Psychology
Walter Reed Army Medical Center
Washington, DC 20307
1986-1992 Consulting Neuropsychologist
Dominion Hospital
Falls Church, Virginia 22044
1986-1987 Consulting Neuropsychologist
Neuropsychology Associates, Ltd.
Rockville, MD
1985-1986 Postdoctoral Fellow in Clinical Neuropsychology
Beth Israel Medical Center
New York, NY
1984-1988 Guest Researcher
National Institute of Mental Health
Bethesda, MD
1984-1985 Psychologist Intern
Crownsville Hospital Center,
Crownsville, MD
1982-1983 Clinical Psychology Extern
St. Elizabeth's Hospital
Washington, DC
Summer 1982 Visiting Psychologist
Atkinson Morley's and St. George's Hospitals
London, England
1981-1983 Graduate Teaching Assistant
George Washington University,
Washington, DC
1980-1982 Research Psychologist
National Institute of Mental Health
Bethesda, MD
AWARDS &HONORS: University Fellow, George Washington University
Washington, DC
1981-1983

Scholarships, Hunter College &City University of New York Research Foundation
New York, NY
1977-1978

Teaching Assistantship
School of Visual Arts
New York, NY
1974-1976

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES: The American Psychological Association
Division of General Psychology
Division of Clinical Neuropsychology
The International Neuropsychological Society
The National Academy of Neuropsychology
National Register Health Service Provider in Psychology
SCHOLARSHIP AND RESEARCH: A. PUBLICATIONS:

Sapin, LR: Understanding Attentional Disorders in Adults, Neurology Center Report, 1994; 8 (1):

Pearl, PL &Sapin, LR, Daydreaming in School: Evaluation of Declining Academic Performance, The Neurology Center - Case Report, 1992.

Sapin LR, Frishberg BM, Sherman JL: MRI and Neuropsychological Correlates of Dementia in Binswanger's Disease.Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 1990; 5:89-97.

Sapin LR, Anderson FA, Pulaski PD: Progressive Aphasia Without Dementia: Further Documentation. Annals of Neurology, 1989; 25:411-413.

Sapin, LR, Berrettini WH, Nurnberger JI, Rothblat LA: Mediational Factors Underlying Cognitive Change and Laterality in Affective Illness. Biological Psychiatry, 1987; 22:979-986. Abstract: The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 1987; 1:74.

Sapin LR, Berrettini WH, Nurnberger JI, Rothblat LA: Mediational Factors Underlying Cognitive Change and Laterality in Affective Illness. Biological Psychiatry, 1987; 22:979-986. Abstract: The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 1987; 1:74.

Sapin LR: Evaluating Memory Dysfunction, The Neurology Center Report, 1987; 3 (3):3-4.

B. PRESENTATIONS AND INVITED ADDRESSES:

“Non-Alcoholic Korsakoff Syndrome: A Case Study.” Annual Meeting of the National Academy of Neuropsychology, Phoenix, AZ, October 1993.

“Progressive Aphasia Without Dementia: A Reappraisal.”Annual Meeting of the National Academy of Neuropsychology, Phoenix, AZ, October 1993.

“Specificity of Neuropsychological Diagnosis in a Case of Pick's Disease.” Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association Washington, DC, August 1992.

“MRI and Neuropsychological Correlates of Dementia in Binswanger's Disease.” Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA, August 1989.

“Progressive Aphasia Without Dementia.” Annual Meeting of the National Academy of Neuropsychology, Orlando, FL, November 1988.

“Utilizing Neuropsychometric Data in In-Patient Treatment Planning.” Pauline Warfield Lewis Center, Cincinnati OH, May 1988.

“Holistic Processing Vulnerability: A Cognitive Marker for Affective Illness?” Annual Meeting and Conference of the International Neuropsychology Society, New Orleans, LA, January 1988.

“Mediational Factors Underlying Cognitive Changes and Laterality in Affective Illness.” Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC, August 1986.

“Strategies for Managing the Violent Patient.” Guest Lecturer Series, Atkinson Morley's Hospital, London, England, July 1982.

“Diagnostic Testing and Assessment of the Psychiatric Inpatient.” In-service training for the National Institute of Mental Health Nursing Department, Bethesda, MD, March 1982.

“Placement and Management of the Psychiatric Patient on the Work Site.” Psychiatric Grand Rounds, Suburban Hospital, Bethesda, MD January 1982.

“Theoretical and Practical Issues in Vocational Assessment.” In-service training for Rock Creek Foundation for Mental Health, Silver Spring, MD, November 1981.

“Goal Attainment Scaling in the Drug Treatment Facility.” National Alcohol and Drug Coalition Conference, Washington, DC, September 1980. Published in Proceedings of the 1980 Alcohol and Drug Coalition Conference.

C. INTERVIEWS:

In Campus USA, 1988, (summer):59-62.

In Potomac Gazette, Gaithersburg Gazette, August 26, 1988.

In Washington Business Journal, December 5, 1998, 7:28.

The Jerilyn Ross Show, August 27, 1989, WRC AM (radio interview).