Dr Gerald (Jerry) Burgess
Lecturer in Clinical Psychology
PsyD (James Madison University)
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Dr Gerald (Jerry) Burgess joined the University of Leicester in December 2013.
He was previously a Clinical Neuropsychologist working in neuro-rehabilitation in the NHS. An American, he previously was a Child & Family Mental Health Clinician in Virginia before returning to post-graduate studies at James Madison University where he earned a Psy.D. in Combined-Integrated Clinical, Counselling, and School Psychology in 2004. He also completed a post-doc in Clinical Neuropsychology at the University of Nottingham in 2010. His role in the Doctorate of Clinical Psychology involves research supervision, assessment, selection, and teaching neuropsychology, psychometrics, outcome and service evaluation, and motivational interviewing. He has recent publications regarding memory, emotion, and test validation, and he is the author of a neuropsychological psychometric test called the SPANS, published by Hogrefe. See the University of Leicester press release at: New test helps victims of brain injury recover.