Alicia Ito Ford, Ph.D.
Office: (318) 257-4544
Fax: (318) 257-3442
Woodard Hall 117A
P.O. Box 3163
Ruston, LA 71272
- Assessment of dementia
- Cognitive functioning in medical and psychological disorders
- Multicultural issues in assessment, treatment, and training
- 2006: Ph.D. Counseling Psychology, University of Kansas; Lawrence, KS
- 2001: M.S. Counseling Psychology, University of Kansas; Lawrence, KS
- 2000: B.S. Psychology, Truman State University; Kirksville, MO
- 2011 - Present: Assistant Professor of Psychology, College of Education, Louisiana Tech University; Ruston, LA
- 2010 - Present: Adjunct Clinical Lecturer, University of Michigan Medical Center; Ann Arbor, MI
- 2010 - 2011: Assistant Professor, University of Louisiana at Monroe; Monroe, LA
- Ford, A. I., Wang, C., Lieberman, A., Nan, B., & Giordani, B. (under revision). Predictiveness of longitudinal brief telephone screening to autopsy-confirmed Alzheimer’s disease.
- Reese, E. G., Ford, A. I., Persad, C. C., Maruff, P., Darby, D. G., Hammers, D. B., & Giordani, B., (2011, February). Standard and computer test performance: Changes across four administrations in one day. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the International Neuropsychological Society, Boston.
- Ford, A. I., Darby, D., & Giordani, B. (2010, June). Use of one-day repeated neuropsychological testing to identify cognitive decline. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology, Chicago.
- Ford, A. I., Wang, C., Nan, B., & Giordani, B. (2009, July). Relationship between longitudinal telephone screening and neuropsychological test performance. Poster session presented at the International Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease, Vienna.