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Nathaniel William Nelson

Graduate Psychology
University of Saint Thomas Saint Paul
United States of America


Dr. Nelson completed his doctoral studies in Clinical Psychology at Fuller Graduate School of Psychology in 2004. He completed predoctoral internship at Rush University Medical Center, and post-doctoral residency at Evanston Northwestern Healthcare/Northwestern University.He has worked as a clinical neuropsychologist in the Twin Cities area since 2006, and currently provides forensic and clinical evaluations through part-time independent practice. In addition to teaching responsibilities in Physiological Psychology, Biological Bases of Behavior, Advanced Psychopathology, and Cognitive Assessment, he supervises graduate students in clinical neuropsychological evaluations through the University of St. Thomas Interprofessional Clinic (IPC).Dr. Nelson is actively involved in neuropsychology and psychological assessment research. He recently completed a co-authored book entitled Specialty Competencies in Clinical Neuropsychology. He is a Member of the Editorial Board for The Clinical Neuropsychologist, a Consulting Editor for Assessment, and is Co-head Section Editor (Symptom Validity/Malingering section) for Psychological Injury and Law. He is a licensed psychologist in the State of Minnesota, and is certified in clinical neuropsychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) and the American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology (ABCN).

Research Interest

Neuropsychology and psychological assessment research


  • Nelson NW, Hoelzle JB, McGuire KA, Ferrier-Auerbach AG, Charlesworth MJ, Sponheim SR. Evaluation context impacts neuropsychological performance of OEF/OIF veterans with reported combat-related concussion. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology. 2010 Oct 5;25(8):713-23.

  • Nelson NW, Hoelzle JB, McGuire KA, Sim AH, Goldman DJ, Ferrier-Auerbach AG, Charlesworth MJ, Arbisi PA, Sponheim SR. Self-report of psychological function among OEF/OIF personnel who also report combat-related concussion. The Clinical Neuropsychologist. 2011 Jul 1;25(5):716-40.

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