Frank W. Van Santen
Frank Van Santen teaches and conducts evaluations for children and adults with suspected learning disabilities or attention deficits. He also teaches graduate students how to assess children and adults with LD and ADHD. Research interests include methodology for diagnosing LD, assistive technology, and standardized testing.
|PhD||Learning Disabilities, Northwestern University|
|MA||Learning Disabilities, Northwestern University|
|MA||Psychology, Indiana State University|
|BS||Psychology, Loyola University Chicago|
Booth, J.R., Burman, D.D., Van Santen, F.W., Harasaki, Y., Gitelman, D.R., Parrish, T.B., & Mesulam, M.M. (2001). The development of specialized brain systems for reading and oral-language. Child Neuropsychology, 7, 119-141.
Booth, J.R., Burman, D.D., Van Santen, F.W., Harasaki, Y., Gitelman, D,R,, Parrish, T.B., & Mesulam, M.M. (2001).Developmental differences in brain systems for reading. Croatian Review of Rehabilitation Research, 37, 37-52
|CSD 482||Clinical Study and Research in Differential Diagnosis|
|CSD 481-1, 2, 3||Theory and Practice in Learning Disabilities and Related Disorders|
|CSD 396-2||Advanced Diagnostic Procedures in Learning Disabilities|