Personal Information

California School of Forensic Studies

Forensic Psychology

Irvine/Orange County Campus

Research Professor

Lecturer

Alliant International University Irvine
2855 Michelle Dr., Suite 300
Irvine CA 92606

Courses, Research Interests, Publications

Biological bases of behavior

Test construction and development

Research and data analysis (statistics)

Computerized neuropsychological assessment; PTSD and mild traumatic brain injury in Combat Veterans; brain-behavior relations and the law

Academic History and Background

PhD, University of Southern California, 1970

MA, University of Missouri, 1966

BS, University of Chicago, 1963

Professional Practice and Community Service

Volunteer work in Veterans organizations (VFW), and in 12-step service organizations.

Bio and Links

Daniel M. Levinson is a research neuropsychologist and professor of psychology. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of Southern California in 1970. He has been performing research in brain-behavior relations since 1964 and has been teaching in the areas of physiological psychology and research design/data analysis since 1972. Since 1988, he has been working in the area of computerized neuropsychological assessment and has perform research with patients suffering from various types of neurological problems including traumatic brain injuries, stroke, exposure to ionizing radiation and Alzheimer's disease. In 2006 he received an award from the National Academy of Neuropsychology for outstanding research contributions to the field of clinical neuropsychology. Dr. Levinson has served as an Adjunct Research Professor at Alliant International University-California School of Professional Psychology since 1987 and is presently a full-time Research Professor in the California School of Forensic Studies at Alliant International University.