ECU Department of Psychology Faculty

ECU Department of Psychology Faculty

D. Erik Everhart, Ph.D., ABPP, CBSM
Professor

BA, University of Delaware
MS, Virginia Tech
PhD, Virginia Tech

Neuropsychology/Geropsychology Internship:    Buffalo VAMC
Neuropsychology Fellowship:                           Division of Developmental and Behavioral Neuroscience

                                                                     Department of Neurology
                                                                     SUNY Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

 

Certification in Behavioral Sleep Medicine         American Academy of Sleep Medicine (CBSM); June, 2007

Board Certified in Clinical Neuropsychology      American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP-CN); May, 2008
                                         

Areas of Research Focus:  

 

1)  Neuropsychology of Emotion:  Dr. Everhart is board certified in clinical neuropsychology (ABPP) and uses electrophysiology (i.e., EEG and ERPs) to investigate relationships between variables such as emotion processing, personality attributes, neurophysiology, and risk factors for cardiovascular disease.  He co-directs the Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory at East Carolina University with Dr. Ervin Davis.  He also collaborates with Dr. Heath Demaree, who is at Case Western Reserve University.

 

2)  Sleep Medicine:  Dr. Everhart is also certified in Behavioral Sleep Medicine (CBSM) and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) and he is the Director of Research at the Sleep Center at Pitt County Memorial Hospital.

The Sleep Center is actively involved in clinical trials and investigator initiated research.  Dr. Everhart's specific

interests include neurocognitive impairment associated with various sleep disorders (i.e., apnea, insomnia, narcolepsy), personality attributes that contribute to treatment compliance, and electrophysiological correlates of sleep disorders. 

 

 

Areas of Clinical Focus:

 

1)  Clinical Neuropsychological Assessment: TBI, stroke, dementia, epilepsy, tumor, and neurodevelopmental disorders.

 

2)  Behavioral Sleep Medicine:  Assessment and intervention for sleep disorders such as primary and secondary insomnia.    

Office: Rawl 238
Phone: 252-328-4138
E-mail: everhartd@ecu.edu
 

 

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