Kenneth B. Goldberg

Kenneth B. Goldberg, PsyD

  • Associate Professor
  • Director of Neuropsychology Concentration

Programs I Teach

Education

  • PsyD, Clinical Psychology (1996)
    Widener University (PA)
  • MS, Education-Psychological Services (1991)
    University of Pennsylvania (PA)
  • BA (1990)
    Franklin and Marshall College (PA)

About Me

I am the director of the neuropsychology concentration.

Notable Achievements

  • Licensed Pennsylvania Psychologist
  • Licensed New Jersey Psychologist
  • Certificate of Training in Clinical Neuropsychology from Widener University (1997)
  • Certified Pennsylvania School Psychologist (1994)
  • Certified New Jersey School Psychologist (1997)

Publications

  • Sandel, N.K., Schatz, P., Goldberg, K.B., and Lazar, M. (2016).  Sex-Based Differences in Cognitive Deficits and Symptom Reporting Among Acutely Concussed Adolescent Lacrosse and Soccer Players.  American Journal of Sports Medicine, Volume XX, No X., 1-8.
  • French, J. Goldberg, K., Kontos, A.P., Collins, M.W., & Lovell, M.R. (2011).  Detecting the Neuropsychology Malingerer using the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2.  The Pittsburgh Orthopaedic Journal, 22. 184.
  • Koller, H. P. & Goldberg, K. B. (2012).  The Ophthalmologist’s Role in Visual Processing and Learning Disabilities.  In W. Tasman and E. A. Jaeger (eds.), Duane’s Ophthalmology on CD-ROM.  Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins.

Professional Affiliations & Memberships

American Psychological Association (APA), Philadelphia Neuropsychology Association (PNA)

Awards

  • Widener University, School of Human Service Professions-Outstanding Teacher Award (2001)
  • Faculty Development Option Award-“The Analysis of Learning Disabilities from a Neuropsychological Perspective” (2003-2004)
  • Faculty Development Option Award-“Exploration of Post-Traumatic Stress Reactions in Individuals that have Sustained Traumatic Brain Injuries” (2004-2005)
  • Faculty Development Option Award-“The Analysis of Learning Disabilities from a Neuropsychological Perspective” (2005-2006)
  • Faculty Development Option Award-“The Analysis of Learning Disabilities from a Neuropsychological Perspective” (2006-2007)
  • Widener University Faculty Award for Civic Engagement Nominee 2012
  • Widener University Outstanding Researcher Award Nominee 2012
  • Widener University Outstanding Researcher Award Winner 2013
  • Widener University Faculty Award for Civic Engagement Nominee 2013