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George R. Jewell, PhD, ABPP-CN

Staff Psychologist

Neurology and Rehabilitation Medicine | College of Medicine

Education/Credentials
  • Fellowship: University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
  • Bachelor's Degree: Bemedji State University
  • Doctoral Degree: University of Alabama
  • Doctoral Fellowship: University of Oklahoma
Board Certifications & Licenses

American Board of Professional Psychology (Certification Date: 20091106)

Specialties

Clinical Neuropsychology

Research Interests

Cerebrovascular, memory disorders, traumatic brain injury and brain tumors. 

Contact Information

Clinical Interests

Neuropsychology

Cognitive Disorders

Mood Disorders

Alzheimer's Disease

Concussion in Athletes

Dementia

Early Anset Dementia

Epilepsy-Related Cognitive Dysfunction

Lewy Body Dementia

Memory Disorders

Posterior Cortical Atrophy

Peer Reviewed Publications

English, Brett A; Jewell, Michele; Jewell, George; Ambrose, Sandra; Davis, Lori L 2006. Treatment of chronic posttraumatic stress disorder in combat veterans with citalopram: an open trial. Journal of clinical psychopharmacology, 26 1, 84-8

Mennemeier, Mark; Pierce, Christopher A; Chatterjee, Anjan; Anderson, Britt; Jewell, George; Dowler, Rachael; Woods, Adam J; Glenn, Tannahill; Mark, Victor W 2005. Biases in attentional orientation and magnitude estimation explain crossover: neglect is a disorder of both. Journal of cognitive neuroscience, 17 8, 1194-211

Pierce, Christopher A; Jewell, George; Mennemeier, Mark 2003. Are psychophysical functions derived from line bisection reliable? Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : JINS, 9 1, 72-8

Mennemeier, Mark; Vezey, Elsie; Lamar, Melissa; Jewell, George 2002. Crossover is not a consequence of neglect: a test of the orientation/estimation hypothesis. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : JINS, 8 1, 107-14

Jewell, G; McCourt, M E 2000. Pseudoneglect: a review and meta-analysis of performance factors in line bisection tasks. Neuropsychologia, 38 1, 93-110

McCourt, M E; Jewell, G 1999. Visuospatial attention in line bisection: stimulus modulation of pseudoneglect. Neuropsychologia, 37 7, 843-55