Florida Gulf Coast University
United States of America
Dr. David Cox is an Assistant Professor of Psychology. He is a Licensed Clinical Neuropsychologist. He received his Bachelors degree from Florida Gulf Coast University and received his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology Doctorate from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. He completed his clinical internship at the Veterans Affairs Maryland Health Care System and his post-doctoral clinical training at the University of Florida College of Medicine, Department of Neurology. He is a Member of the University of Florida Medical School Melvin Greer Society. He has published in peer reviewed journals such as Neurocase, Brain Structure and Function, Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders, and Applied Neuropsychology. Dr. Cox is on the staff at Naples Community Hospital and North Collier Hospital in the Department of Psychology. His teaching interests include physiological psychology, psychological assessment, health psychology, and psychopathology. His primary areas of research include cognitive decline in aging, dementia, the neurological, cognitive, and physiological correlates of anger.
His clinical interests include geriatric neuropsychology, traumatic brain injury, and adult attention deficit disorder.
Holland, A.K., Carmona, J.E., Cox, D.E., Brickman, S., & Harrison, D.W. (2008) Changes in right frontal lobe Delta activation as a function of hostility and stress. Abstracted in Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 23.
Holland, A.K., Carmona, J.E., Cox, D.E., Johnson, B., & Harrison, D.W. (2008) A functional cerebral systems approach to hostility: Changes in design fluency performance as a function of Exposure to physiological stress. Abstracted in Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 23.
Cox, D. E., & Harrison, D. W. (2008). Anger expression styles and verbal fluency Performance: Evidence for a functional cerebral systems model of anger Abstracted in Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology, 23.